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Garden City Telegram Wednesday, November 16, 1977 Page 7 REAL ESTATE AGENCIES KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY "NE 3 BR brick, dbl. garage, family room In basement, south front— below market price. *NE 3 BR det dbl. garage, choice school area. Extra insulation with air filter, etc. Nice. *NE 4 BR brick, dbl. garage, office built in, family room and 1 % baths, lovely. *3 BR corner location, garage and carport, family room. $6,000 below former price. "2 beautiful homes in the country with outbldgs, acre tracts and sheds. Office 120 W. Grant Ave. Ph. 275-9333 Evening Owston 6-8856 Regan 5-1971 Rambling ranchette on 2 acr& "spread" R-30 insulation in this all' brick 3 bdrm house. Cozy fireplace, semi-finished bsmt. and lots of elbow room. Heritage Realty Co. Off: 276-8442 Jackie: 6-6172 Lanelle 54874 Ken 6-3117 Serving _M 411 Eighth Flniwy County 1 ^~T Garten City, Since 1911 Kansas 2757151 TODAY'S BEST BUYS BRICK RANCH in an area of new homes and young families. This has 4 bdrms, 1-% baths, rec rm, woodburner, built-in oven, range and dishwasher, full basement, att. garage, electric garage door opener and more. Priced in low 50's. OWNER wants to sell soon and that's why for a limited time he has dropped the price '100 a day. The home is only a year •old, has 3 plus 1 bdrms, 114 plus % bath, covered patio, fence, lawn, trees and is well located in an area of new homes. You'll love ill VERY NEAT 3 bdrm centrally located with att. garage, rec rm, large kitchen area, lawn, fence and trees. It's a bargain at the low 40's price. Campbell Abstract 6 Iiuurance Co.. Inc. MEMBER MULTILIST Sonny Sandy Ron Jones Edwards Hopkins 6-8144 5-4326 6-8940 Gate Bob Homer Squier Brock Campbell 6-8449 R.R771 5 «69 BOURNE REALTORS, Inc. 276-3258 Clean As A Whistle This 3 bdrm has garage, 1% baths, full bsmt, fireplace, custom drapes. '43,500. Green! Green! That's the color scheme in this 3 bdrm rQQJtlf^ge living room andVtcneiV26,500. Investors 1.19 acres with access on 3rd st. 3 bdrm home, double garage, convenient location. •30,000. "We're Building a Reputation- Not Resting On It!" Mary Ann Phyllis Kay 5^9472 668-3165 5-4705 Margaret Ruhe John 6-3627 5-6445 6-2239 Earl Tom Mary 5-4581 6-2204 6-8666 1507 E.Fulton After Hours Call Clyde Stallsworth 6-3644 Steve Spellman 6-7494 Bill Knight 5-9378 "MEMBER MULTI-LIST" NEW LISTINGS Nice 2 bdrm., full bsmt. and garage, in good location, Only '34,900. /1 % year old 3 bdrm. ranch style with bsmt, and dbl. attached garage on 1 acre of ground. rid REAL ESTATE Agency Office 276-7696" 713 Kansas Plaza Lovely 3 bdrm, tri-level on 1 acre of ground east of town, 2 fireplaces. Office 2754239 or 275-1177 Jerry Garvert 276-2747 Jim Franz 275-4982 F.H.A. terms on these two homes, in low S30's. 30 yr. loan available at 814 %. Why rent? A home is a great investment in YOUR FUTURE and peace of mind. Heritage Realty Co. Off: 276-8442 Lanelle 54874 Jackie 6-6172 Ken 6-3117 EXCELLENT NIEGHBORHOOD 1010 N. 4th, 2 bdrm., full bsmt., clean, immediate possession. 1017 N. 4th, 2 bdrm. +1 in full bsmt., nice, move in before the holidays. 2 bdrm., % block west of grocery store in Pierceville. Owner being transferred. Business location, Kansas and Main. Myrna Powell Betty Goldsberry 276-2486' Everett Miller 276-3813, MEMBER MULTI-LIST _J REAL ESTATE 1 . Bar-A-Minerals. A small going business with land and bldgs. on Santa Fe R.R. siding. 2. One acre w/small house on Campus Drive. 3. 2 year old 2700 sq. ft. metal bldg. with office, 2 baths, on 2 acres; chain link fences. 4. 3 bdrm. home with 4 car garage. Zoned light business. Price reduced -1 107 N. 5th. 5. 3 bdrm. with 1300 sq. ft.-207 S. 10th. 6. Several new 2 and 3 bdrm. homes. Early buyers pick your own color schemes. 7. 1 acre with 2 bdrm home. 14x70 mobile home, sgl. det. and dbl. det. garage with additional acre if needed. Close-in on Highway 83 North. *590 per month and more income possible. 8. 35 to 42 acres with '/« mile R.R. siding. 9. 8.24 acres commercial; new hot spot in Garden City city limits. 1 0. 23 acres development land with Mary St. Ed Beahm —276-6919 Marie Conradry— 276-6751 George Hopkins - 276-8940 Darrell Michel - 276-7976 BEAUTIFUL 4 bedroom, 3 baths, large family room, wood burning fireplace, carpet, air, drapes, patio, 2 car garage, Wheatridge location. HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE 276-7741 Eve. 276-3675 ATTRACTIVE BBICK-3 bdrm., finished bsmt. and excellent fenced yard, covered rear patio plus all the extras. West of Jennie Wilson at 905 Harding. Priced in upper 40's. W. CAMPBELL - 3 bdrm, •basement, SA garage, p,us air, fenced yard, storms, built-in stove. Will qualify FmHA at $32,900. BRICK TRILEVEL-4 levels finished. Large family room, super kitchen,. 2302 E. Fair is a buy. on SALE-SALE-SALE Prices Reduced 509MOORES 1547 Sq. ft. up and 1190 Sq. ft. finished Basement. Total of 6 bedroosm and 2 baths, 2 car at-' tached garage. Corner lot in good school area. WAS «48;OOO.OO. NOW $42,500.00. WEST MARY STREET Nice Country Home. 2 bedrooms, Central heat and air. Lots of trees and shrubs. WAS »00,DOO.OO. NOW $26,500.00. HATTIE STREET Farm Home Special. 12 yr. old, large 1200 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms, large closets. Birch cabinets. Nice big rooms. Best all school location. WAS t.a l J,OOQ.ift». NOW $29,500.00. HERE IS A DANDY 1600 Sq. ft. 3 br 2 baths. Nice family room w/wood burning fireplace. Lots of cabinets and closets. Concrete patio. Extra large 2 car garage. East area. Immediate possession. WAS^^eeo^S NOW $49,500.00. SCOTT REALTORS 812 N. MAIN 276-8282 MEMBERMUV-TI-UIST Evenings: Charles Hager 276-7504 GOOD FOR STARTERS Neat white 3 bdrm, with black trim in St. Mary's location. Dbl. gar. just made for a shade tree mechanic. Tip Top condition and priced in the low 30's. * « * Rambling older home with lovely remodcftti kitchen, 2 baths,, staling system, 2 bdrm. +2 on second floor. Close to Jr. Hi. i, ^snc. Realtor 1021 Fit-mi nv. 275 5730 or 275 91 22 Clark Edwards Bonnie Tallev 5-6481 6 2675 Offers His Brand Elizabeth Taylor had this reaction when Billy Carter, the President's brother, offered her a can of "Billy" brand beer. Carter was among many celebrities attending "An All-Star Tribute to Elizabeth Taylor" party at the Burbank Studios Sunday night. The show will be presented Thursday, Dec. 1 on the CBS Television Network. (AP Photo). REAL ESTATE 'Complements Rather Than Competes' LAND FOR SALE Combination unit for sale. 2900 acres in one unit-approximately 100 acres broke and 1800 acres of grass. Unit complete with springs/dams. 90 acres growing alfalfa—500 plus acres n growing wheat. Terms available on this older established Northeast Finney bounty unit. Half Section —adjacent to above tract. All broke 100 plus acres in growing wheat. Terraced & good soils. 1400 Acres developable land. 5 wells, can be more fully developed. This unit has a nice nomestead. Within 7 miles of Garden City. 160 acres adjacent to above tract. Currently irrigated Tenant will sell existing sprinkler system to make a top irrigated quarter. 160 Acres of Ness County Land Located adjacent to producing oil wells. 51% of the mineral interest goes with the land Excellent investment potentia for oil development. All in grass. For information on this and other farmland contact: Campbell Abstract & Insurance Co.. Inc Phone 275-7151 Uown, & 904 N. Main ' /f 275-9259 NEW LISTINGS 3 bdrm, bi-level with bsmt. and single garage, excellent school location. Call about this one for '40,000. 2 Bdrms., large spaciou£Q|j|}i, full finished bsmt. Decorated to perfection. MOVE TO THE COUNTRY Is the thing to do if you're tired of the hustle, bustle of city living. It will be easy with this 3 bdrm, home, that features formal dining room, 2 baths, full bsmt., double garage. DEERFIELD Is not that far away. Let us show this neat family home that has family room, 3 bdrms., 2 baths, double detached garage, "happy endings - - begin with us" Evenings call: Suzy Buell 5-5919 Lillie Gipson 5-6482 Marion Chappel 6-6456 k Member Multi List . HOLCOMB 3fa*m.BHml 2 bedrooms plus another in the lower level. Possible second bath and priced for a quick bqy. 1623 and 1621 SUMMin NEW Choose your own carpet end color in these two bedroom ranch type homes. FmHA ap- 7o7lda INCOME PROPERTY This one bedroom home would make a good rental tor an investor 1209RIDGEWOOD PRICE REDUCED 3 bedroom home with lull basement and single attached garage, in an exceptinal neighborhood. ._. Evening hours call: Angle Myrna Marlene 5-4791 6-7116 5-4068 IALTV CO. Hazel Johnnie Dwight Gerry 6-7312 5-4408 5-4522 &4408 Member Multi-List TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Prime Minister Robert D. Muldoon of New Zealand told an audience in this major beef producing state Tuesday that the meat his country needs to export to the United States complements rather than competes with that produced here. Muldoon denounced agricultural protectionism in an appearance on the Oscar S. Stauffer International Lecture Series at Washburn University of Topeka. He said New Zealand is faced by grave economic problems brought on by sharp increases in the cost of the manufactured products and raw materials that the small island nation has to import. He said the cost alone of oil imported by New Zealand has skyrocketed from $100 million to $500 milion in just a short time. "We have to run hard and are not even standing still," Muldoon said. "We have to increase exports by about 20 per cent or reduce imports by that amount." He said the latter form of protectionism would be dangerous not only for New Zealand but tor the entire free world as well. On the specific matter of beef, Muldoon said the meat that New Zealand needs to sell in the United States is lean beef from grass-fed animals. "It is not only lean to start with, but we trim the fat from it," he said. He said the New Zealand beef then is mixed in this country with fat from grain- fed United States beef animals, a by-product so to speak. "This makes a succulent hamburger meat," Muldoon said. "We would like to furnish your cheeseburger, too, but your dairymen aren't as tolerant." He said he thinks the United States use of the New Zealand beef in the manner he described is beneficial to both nations. "Some of your cattlemen may not look at it in that way, but we do," Muldoon said. In the Service Private Dennis E. Van Ausdal, son of Mrs. Jean M. Hopkins, Dighton, has completed a tracked vehicle mechanic course at the U.S. Army Armor School, Ft. Knox, Ky. Pvt. Van Ausdal entered the Army in April. and Mrs. Kenneth Waller of 708 E. Hamline, has reported for duty with Force Troops, Marine Corps Base, Twentynine Palms, Calif. A 1977 graduate of Garden City High School, he joined the Marine Corps in June. Chief Warrant Officer Robert W. Irsik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor L. Irsik of Holcomb, recently was assigned as a helicopter pilot with the 72nd Signal Battalion in Karisruhe, Germany. CWO Irsik entered the Army in March 1963. He received an A.A. degree in 1976 from Central Texas College, Killeen. His wife, Sue, is with him in Germany. Marine Lance Corporal Leslie D. Koehn, son of Marvin L. Koehn, Ulysses, has reported for duty with the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Air Station, Futenma, Okinawa. A 1975 graduate of Ulysses High School, he joined the Marine Corps in January, 1975. Marine Lance Corporal John A. Howard, son of Ruea J. Howard of 514 Bancroft, has been promoted to his present rank while serving at the Marine Corps Base, Twentynine Palms, Calif. A 1977 graduate of Garden City High School, he joined the Marine Corps in January. of Battalion Landing Team Three Slant Nine, homebased on Okinawa. He is one of more than 14,000 sailors and Marines who took part in the two-week exercise. Bruner is a 1975 graduate of Lakin High School. He joined the Marine Corps in June, 1975. Marine Corporal Robert W. Bruner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bruner, Lakin, recently participated in Exercise "Fortress Lightning" in the Republic of the Philippines. He is serving as a member Marine Lance Corporal John H. Craft, son of David W. Craft, 1505 Mikes Drive, has reported for duty with the 2D Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, N.C. A 1976 graduate of Garden City High School, he joined the Marine Corps in February, 1976. Captain Jerry A. McVey, whose wife, Beverly, lives in Weatherford, Tex., recently was assigned as a battalion motor officer with the 3rd Infantry Division in Kitzingen, Germany. Capt. McVay entered the Army in August 1966. He received a B.S. degree in 1974 from Troy State University, Ft. Rucker, Ala. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. McVey, live in Lakin. Marine Private Terry D. Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Wallace of 1919 C St., has completed the tracked vehicle repairman course. The six-week course was conducted at Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif, A 1977 graduate of Garden City High School, he joined the Marine Corps in May, 1976. Marine Private First Class Wayne M. Waller, son of Mr. Woman Held For Questioning INDEPENDENCE, Kan. (AP) — Police said Keith Lawrie, 27, was shot and killed Monday night as the result of argument. The shooting occurred in a private residence. A .38- caliber pistol, believed to have been the weapon used in the slaying, was recovered. Police said a woman was being held for questioning in connection with the shooting. Bill's Back Clmarron farmer Chuck Hosklnson presents Alice Fare with a check for $11.55. The money is Mrs. Fare's reward for information leading to the return of American Agriculture's dummy, "Farm Bill," which was taken from his noose at the Clmarron strike office shortly before Halloween. Actually, the reward was five bushels of wheat, but members of the strike office "bought the wheat back" from Mrs. Fare at Tuesday's price — $2.31 per bushel. Parity for wheat, said Hoskinson, Is (5.03 per bushel. At that price, Mrs. Fare's reward would have been $25.15. Mrs. Fare reported to the office that "Farm Bill" was hanging from the school flag pole. He was cut down and returned to his rightful noose.