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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 13c Business Directory $22 One Month-No Changes Want ads ordered for more than one day, but not running consecutively arc 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 12 p.m. day previous to publication, except large ads require earlier deadline. THE TELEGRAM IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ONLY ONE INCORRECT INSERTION Want Ad Classifications for Every Need II. l,ost. l'oun(l. Strayed M?!). Malt- or Female IMp~~M2S. Specialized Services 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 29. Public Auctions MERCHANDISE 30. Miscellaneous 31. Miscellaneous For Sale 32. Good Things To Eat 33. Want To Buy 34. Household Needs 35. Antiques 36. Wearing Apparel 37. Boats, Sport. Equip. 38. Musical Instruments 39. Tools and Equipment 10. Special Notices ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meeting every Thursday 8 p m. Gardcndale Recreation Center. Also meetings Monday. Wednesday and Saturday at 912 13th, 8 p.m. Call 2767011 or write P.O. Box 357 AL-ANON family group every Monday 8 p.m. Gardendalc Recreation Center. IK Vnf lire ;\ Incml or a relative nl :m alniliolk' the AI-Anon lamily group may ticahli'lu hclpymi solve your siiic M| the problem Sunshine AI-Anon nrnu(). KridaN lii:ima.m. I'rcshyicrian Church hasnm'iit I Mease contact: '-!7(i!MUI in- 27ri-iill22 or Box i:i(i:> Harden I'Hy. Ks. 10. Garage Sales AGRICULTURE 45. Farmers Wants & Services 46. Farm Machinery 47. Livestock, Pets, Poultry 48. Seeds, Feeds INVESTMENTS 53. Business Oppor. AUTOMOTIVE 00. 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 AHKA MKNTAI. Health Oilier. M limit HiMTHnK'.v iinswering service. (iiirdrnCih. 27li-7lill!l. Dodge City.'J27- H.'iUi I'lysses. :l."ili.|:j|ilj -.12811 CALL YOUR CARRIER If you do not receive your Telegram by 5:30 p.m. If unable to contact your carrier, please call the Telegram at 275-7105 by (i:00 p.m. SHOP FOREMAN DIESEL MECHANIC Experience necessary, top pay. Mid America Diesel Service Box 1291 Liberal, Kansas 67901 Jim Fry-Ph. 316-624-1821 Custodial Help Wanted Apply in Person We are an Equal Opportunity Employer armland IMMEDIATE OPPORTUNITY for Full Time Employment as a Maintenance Person We are interested in interviewing people who are capable of learning how to operate and maintain Natural Gas facilities. Th job consists of semi-skilled and unskilled labor repairing and maintaining compressor engines and related equipment and other plant pipeline facilities. It is a demanding job that requires the concentration and best efforts of those who succeed. It requires heavy lifting and exposure to grease , dirt 1 and the elements. The rewards are excellent for those willing to put forth that kind of effort. Starting salary is $872 per month based on a 40 hour work week. We have a generous benefits plan and opportunities for advancement are excellent. Call 276-2384 to arrange an interview on Monday or Tuesday October 4 and 5. NORTHERN NATURAL GAS CO. Holcomb, Kansas An Equal Opportunity Employer M-F [BUSINESS DIRECTORY ( ONSl I.T THKSK FRIKNDLV MERCHANTS They are equipped mid ready to take care of your needs. DRAPERIES "~~ " INTfcWUK DECORATING Service Custom made just for you, matching ; bedspreads and drapes. Betty Rich,' Interior Decorator. 275-5192, Collins, .Furmtlire,.276-8261. ' LOST: 4-year old male collie, answers to "Taylor". Has collar and rabies lag on. Identifying mark on left side of nose. Call 276-7488.—J21lf 13. Card of Thanks THANKS TO Dr. Eichhorn. nurses, staff, visitors. CBcrs, & telephone falls of friends during my stay in the hospital. W. E. Hodroek. —K2 20. Male or Female Help DIESEL TRUCK drivers with regular chauffeur's license. Good wages, hnspilnlizalion, uniforms, vacation, bonus, lime and '* over 40 hours. Apply at Cummings Earth Moving. Equal Opportunity Employer. —K12 'HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED for immediate position. Come to Garden Molel in person. No phone culls please. -K2 "lIKLP WANTED: Slock room and freight receiving man. 50 hours per week. Many company benefits. Apply in person at Alco. —J29lf "THE GARDEN city Area office of the Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services is recruiting to fill a parttime. intermittent Clerk Typist II position in the Garden City Office. Minimum clerical experience of one 111 year is required. Persons interested may contact Mr. Jim Claussen at 1513'n East Fulton Terrace or by telephone at 276-8228. The Department of SRS is an equal opportunity employer. —K4 IMMEDIATE OPENING Apply in person 7:30-8:30 STATE THEATRE Garden City IIKI.I' WANTED. Must have drivers license. Apply in person. Minlcr- Wilsiiii Drilling. Highway 50 West. <!24lf WOULD LIKE to hire young man for painters' helper. Full time 276-7409 after 5:30. —K2 WANTED-GROCERY manager in large volume store in Salina. $14,300 for man who can qualify plus fringe benefits, profit sharing. Musi be knowledgeable in all departments of a grocery operation. Will move. Write box 11-544 c-o Garden City Telegram. —K4 CLOTHING PERSONNEL Male or Female Liberal fringe benefits. Apply in person only. BIGR West Hwy. 50 NEED ROUSTABOUT. Musi have driver's license. Vala Construction. 275-IJ2H4. -K2 DRIVERS WANTED: Must have Class A license and physical card K&l. Tank Truck Service. 27I\-:)8C>H. - K2 NOW TAKING applications for part lime help to work evenings 4 weekends Ideal lor students schedules. Apply in person at Alco — K7 WANTED Roofing mechanics, no experience necessary. Contact Dale Berry J. L. Douglass Roofing Co. (Office in Plaza West Furniture Bldg.) 1625 N.Taylor Plaza Phone 275-5391 NEED ADULT to stay with mother while I work. Call after 5:00 p.m.. 2759759. -K2 WE NEED 2 experienced diesal- truck-tractor drivers. Class A chauffer's license and health cer- lil'icale required. Smith Sand Company call for Leonard. 275-5560 and 275-9435. Equal Opportunity Employers. —H28tf WANTED: DRILLERS helpers. Good pay and long hours. Must have drivers license. Apply in person Layne Western, W. Highway 50.—J20tf DELIVERY BOYS WANTED Must be 16 years of age. Apply in person. PIZZA INN 406 E. Kansas 276-2231 EXPERIENCED SECRETARY for Buildings and Grounds Department of USD 457. 40 hours per week, 2.35 per hour with increase after 90 days. Fringe benefits. For application information call 275-7181.—K2 Help Wanted Mechanics Good Pay Fringe Benefits Sick Leave & Vacation Uniforms Apply in person. Merrill Implement West Highway 50 WANTED: FULLTIME janitor. Apply in person at Sellers Tractor Co. Mon-Fri. between 8 and 5, 275-9621.— K4 WANTED: DISHWASHER, mornings. Apply 83 Restaurant. —K6 NEEDED Part-time lunch and afternoon carhop. Apply In Person. Sonic Drive-In BARREL CRUSHER, full or part- time. Call 275-4271. —Jlllf HELPERS, UTILITIES, PACKERS Men or women, day and night shifts. 1632 Terminal Avenue ROUTE SALESMAN: apply at 2723 N. ! 7lh. Western Uniform and towel Service. —JlStf LADY WITH pleasing personality for receptionist in professional office. Typing, filing experience essential, some bookkeeping knowledge helpful. .Apply 704 N. Main.—J20tf 23. Situation.s Wanted DRUMMER NEEDS a job. Fulltime. 275-5629 ask for Roger. —K6 WILL DO custom corn cutting: 3 combines. Call 355-7633 Lakln.—K6 "WILL BABYSIT for 1 child only. 2 years or under, daytime only. Call 276- WILL DO evening babysitting. 2767839. -K4 WANTED: BABYSITTER in my home, afternoons. 275-4948. —K4 2S. Hpeciali/.ed Services COMPLETE CARPET CARE Cleaning Installation Water Removal Deodorizing Uphblstery Cleaning B.J.JETAIR 276-3056 FOLTZ CONSTRUCTION Custom built homes, commercial buildings, remodeling, roofing and Senco mail gun products. Call 276-7570 or 275-1641. THE KUPJOINJT Colorado Springs professional Groomer now, offering Garden City her; special fluff dry and Scissor finished grooming. All Breeds Call for Appointment 275-1375 Ask for Jill! 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-KANS'AS ANCHOR SERVICE P. 0. Box 202 GREAT BEND, KANSAS 67530 Call Collect for free estimate or more information 316-791:3888 ROOFS Built up roofs Shingle roofs Roof repair Call 275-4990 Southwest Roofing Service Owner-Dick Edmiston GKEG HIKKLE 'painting. 275- 6566.-K2 FREEMAN ENTERPRISES General Contractors Licensed & Bonded New construction, Remodeling, Cabinets, and Repairs. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 275-4961 CLARK CONSTRUCTION —Flatwork —Sidewalks -Patios —Driveways -Etc. FREE ESTIMATES Call 275-7311 SCHMIDT'S EVERGHEEN Service and Trimming. Phone 275-1892.—Kit A1HLESS PAINTING: Roofs, houses, barns, quonscl buildings, weather-proofing. No job loo small or large. Pat Dougherty & Sons. 275-9484. -K8 1011 E.Fulton 275-1756 Ina Smith Owner THE UPHOLSTERY Center: located in Industrial Park, E. Highway .ill. 275-1657. —JlOtf .'10. Miscellaneous KUSTOM 200 double bottom amplifier. Excellent condition. Call 275-1215 after 5.30.—K4 FRANKOMA POTTERY NATURAL FOODS DELMAR PANTRY Delia's Pottery House 1001 N. Main 276-2428 31. Miscellaneous Tor Sale WEDDING GOWNS, formals. veils, hats and headpieces at cost. 3 mannequins. 2 adult. I child. 1 16 ft. hanging rack, and 2 folding screens. Candi's. 275-6733.—K5 FOR SALE Near new 20x8 IHC grain drill. Leroy Cooley, call 276-6058. TWO CHAIR barber equipment for sale., Call 275-5934. —KB .'!2. (iood Things To Kat Tomatoes, Canteloupes, Watermelons, Cucumbers, Beets, and Squash. All Home Grown 601 N. 1st. 10:00 a.m.-lO:00 p.m. 276-8459 GARDEN CITY PANCAKE INN Dinner Served Daily CLUBS 90z. Served 5-10 $29* CATFISH 14 oz. Halibut Steak Served 5-10 Fri.,Sat., Sun. Dinner Served Daily OPEN 24 HOURS PER DAY Thank You Chet and Verna Reed Xt. Want To Buy WE BUY old pianos and organs. 2762391. -K4 WANTED: paying up to {40.00 for old cars: in almost any condition. Call - 675-8245 after 5:00. Sublette.—K2 WANT TO buy twin bed. 275-6842. evenings. —K4 ;V7. Boats. Sport Kquip. 17' AIRGLASS Bass boat. 135 hp Evinrude and custom trailer. 17' Ranger. 140 hp Evindrude and custom trailer. Dave's Boats and Motors. 2278462. -KB 15 FOOT FIBERGLAS boat: 45 horsepower Evenrude. 2 pairs ski, 2 ropes, some life belts. Call 426-6591 after 6 p.m. —K6 . ILL Precision Cut? >» Blunt Cut? There IS a difference in haircuts. Let the special advance training of BIONDI'S hairdressers show you that difference. Call now while you can still get in. Biondl 6 Beauty Sa/on & Boutique ' 7 1517 K. Fulton 27(i-6(>2r! lL-H.<.^l..^«»-.^r^ ATTENTION: Welders and farmers. We have just received a shipment of Airco portable welders. These Units are 225 amp AC-DC with power generators. Ideal for shop and farm maintenance. Come in or give us a call. 1216 E.Fulton Garden City, Ks. Phone 275-5202 PagelO Garden City Telegram Saturday, October 2,1976 ,'lf). Antiques GUNS WANTED Give me a chance to • top other offers on early Sharps, Colt, Winchester, Marlin, Springfield, etc. Full description on first letter, please. Shook, Box 1117, Garden City, Ks. 67846 JOB WITH A FUTURE Salary plus commission. Car furnished. Excellent fringe benefits. Must be willing to relocate in Southwest Kansas. Call Mike Grub 275-4664 for appointment. NEW SHOPPING PLAZA NOW LEASING Opportunity for business expansion into progressive area. Call or write LEOTI PLAZA, INC. Box 159 Leoti, Kansas 67861 316-375-4283 or 316-375-2500 or 316-375-4458 38. Musical Instruments WE BUY old pianos and organs. 2762:191. -K4 HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS Garden City's Exclusive Yanniha-Hammond-Kim- hall-Aenlian Di-ak-r 270-2202 1113 Kansas Plaza Garden City, Ks. .'!!!. Tools & Equipment 20x96 Monarch engine lathe. Q.C. gearbox, steady rest, $3,000. Heath pantograph pattern torch. $1.600. 15 II.P. Quincy air compressor. 60 gallon tank, $800. 276-8639 after 6. -K5 40. GARAGE SALES THREE PARTY backyard sale. 410 Davis. Sunday 2:00-6:00. Large size ladies clothes, many sizes in other good clothes, books, old dishes, gas heater, car parts and many misc. —K2 YARD SALE: Saturday. 1-7. 7UH Conkling. No early sales. Miscellaneous, clothing, etc. —K2 GARAGE SALE: Saturday 9-5. bicycles, dishes and good clothing, etc. 1008 Anderson. —K2 -15. Farmers Wants & Scrv. CUSTOM SWATHING & bailing. A. 1). Fulton. 4118 S. 91ll. 276-8366. —JlOlf WANTED: MILO to cut. George Oiler, 275-9952. —J30 WANTED: 2 ensilage trucks week of (Id. 4-8. 276-6668. —K4 1320' 10" gated pipe. 4 months old. only $1.70 ft. Also 2 head gates. 2756960. -K5 I WILL slack your corn and milo stover. 335-2423. —K6 HORSESHOEING AND trimming Bob Moore. Ulysses. Kansas 356-2613 evenings. —K2 DISC ROLLING Call Powell Disc Rolling now! Avoid cosily delays. •J76-7HU ' 92")"N. 9th V AV 640 ACRES LANE COUNTY, KANSAS LAND MONDAY OCTOBER 11,1976 10:00 AM LOCATION: American Legion Hall, Dighton, Kansas TRACT 1 East W of Section 23, Township 19, Range 27 Containing: 320 Acres more or less; 108 Acres fine native grass; 182 Acres wheat stubble; 30 Acres of milo TRACT 2 West 14 of Section 24. Township 19, Range 27 Containing: 320 Acres more or less; 31 Acres fine native grass; 289 Acres in wheat POSSESSION: Land in growing wheat or growing milo after harvest or in fall and summer of 1977. Land in grass March 1, 1977. Buyer will receive 1-3 rental share of land in milo and wheat at time of sale. TAXES: Seller will pay '/$ of the 1976 and all prior years. TERMS: 29 percent down day of sale, the balance may be paid January 15, 1977, or it may be deferred on a three year contract together with interest at the rate of 8 percent per annum on unpaid balance from date of sale with accrued interest payable with each installment of principle. With first payment due January 15, 1977. MINERALS: Owners reserve unto themselves Vi of all minerals in these tracts of land for a period extending through the deferred payment period if payment is deferred beyond January 15, 1977. NOTES: Good title is warranted Buyer has 60 days from day of sale to approve title. ESCROW AGENT: The Western State Bank of Garden City, Kansas. MANNER OF SALE: Tract 1 East 14 of Section 23, Township 19, Range 27; Tract 2 West % of Section 24, Township 19, Range 27; Tract 1 and 2 will be offered seperately. Tract 1 and 2 will be offered collectively to obtain the highest offer. NOTES: All acres shall be considered U.S. Government Survey thereof. Announcements made at the auction shall take precedence. All titles shall be subject to easements, roads, right of ways, leases, and • or all reservations as may be of record. Healy Realty Company makes no warranties either expressed or implied. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Here is an opportunity to buy at your price. A real nice farm. Come and have a look. You will be glad you- dick OWNER: SAM REIFSCHNEIDER ESTATE KM MORK INFORMATION'I>K KKOCIII Rl .UKI II HEALY REALTY COMPANY Real K*ute Salesman: Marvin I.. Kitupp IXxhlnn. Kansas I>7R'I!I 316-397-5392 Box 'MO Heal), Kansas 67850 Phone 316-398-2215 Real Kitale Brokers: Robert H. Jcnnison Harold S.Jennison DAN D' IMPERK) Q. "I spotted a roll-top desk at a local market priced at $1,400."—Kate, Chatanooga, Tenn. A. Granddad's trusty old roll-top desk has become a flea market traffic stopper. The smaller versions often bear price tags in the $300 to $400 price range, while the largest models have been priced between $1,250 and $1,500. American furniture factories introduced this combination of a flat-top desk surmounted by a sliding horizontal tambour front in the late 1800s. Although the oak types are perhaps the best known, they were also made of black walnut, cherry and mahogany. Before plunking down a fortune for one of these old favorites, try checking local barns and basements where one might be hidden away just awaiting your discovery! Q. "Please help me apprise my collection -of Carnival glass tumblers."—Alice, Medford, Ore. A. Based on a review of current prices, we're tempted to call these choice collectibles "Carnival glass treasures." Value guide: beaded cable, purple, $47; blackberry, blue $40; cherry wreath, marigold, $18; double star, green, $85; harvest flower, marigold, $18; double star, green; $85; harvest flower, marigold $95; oriental poppy, white, $80; vintage, purple, $38; zig zag, ice green, $25. Q. "Every time someone dangles a bangle bracelet in front of me, I buy it."— Ruth, Beaver Falls, Pa. A. Fashion conscious ladies Roll-Top Desks Roll On of the late 19th century always armed themselves with a fine assortment of these gold, gold filled or silver inflexible bracelets. The hinged bangle became a jewelry box staple in the 1860s. Jewelry shops offered customers elaborately designed bangles enhanced with diamonds, pearls or semiprecious stones, and plain ones often engraved with floral patterns. In the early 1900s, a vogue developed for very narrow bangles which were worn in sets of six or more. The bangle moved up in popularity, so to speak, in the late 1930s when the slave bangle suddenly appeared on the upper arm. Dealers report a brisk business in old bangles. Value guide: 14k gold, engraved leaves, circa 1890, $145. Q. "We have a Stradivarious violin marked "Made in Germany".—Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Albany, N.Y. A. The brilliant Italian instrument maker Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737) is rightfully acknowledged as a genius in his field. The first violin bearing the prized Strad label appeared in 1666, and for the next 71 years this distinguished violin maker remained active. Many people dream of owning a true Strad violin, but alas the sad fact is that according to the experts all the know Strads have been recorded. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, many German and Czechoslovakian violin factories turned out thousands of copies, many bearing a facsimile of the Stradivarius label. Some avid violin seekrs are willing to string along with a copy similiar to yours, and pay between $50 and $150 to acquire one! CURRENT PRICES Kewpie talcum powder tin, G. Borgfeldt $40.00 Wind-up toy, Toonerville trolley $135.00 Graniteware cuspidor, gray & white $16.00 Tom Mix "Ralston" belt buckle $15.00 Eddie Cantor board game "Tell It To The Judge" 1936 $18,00 General Grant carte de visile $10.00 Nixon-Lodge campaign hat $8.00 Noritake teapot azalea pattern $40.00 Cut glass salt & pepper shakers, Sheraton pattern, signed Hawkes $55.00 Spirit of St. Louis bronzed bookends $43.00 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 replay. Write to him in care of The Telegram, Box 958, Garden City, Kan., 67846.

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