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REAL ESTATE AGENCIES & AUCTIONEERS - REALTORSr PHONE 913W-2546 or 626-7070 ;Hays, Kansas 67601 j _ .'jAcci'edlted'FarmjiLAnd Broker" ; LICENSEIB'IN KANS:,*REB., OKLATcbLaTMO. KELLER LEOPOLD AGENCY •NE 3 BR brick, dbl. garage, family room in basement, south front— below market price. •NE 3 BR dot 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 Evening 120 W. Gram Aye. Owston 6-8856 Ph. 275-9333, Regan 5-197V Presently have several large! 'irrigated farms for sale. Flood or sprinkler. Good' . terms. Heritage Off: 276-8442 Jackie 6-6172 Co. Scrvlnf -II ill Eighth Flmwy County *T Girtfcn City. Sifter till Kansai 2757151 OPEN HOUSE 1-5 p.m. SUNDAY Oct. 20 1518 Johnson St. 3 plus 1 bdrm 2003 Bison Dr. 3 plus 1 bdrm 1602 Crestway Dr. New 4 bdrm. It doesn't cost a thing to look.; Come see these quality'homes during our open house. Campbell Abstract & Iruurance Co.. Inc. WIN. "A" PRICE REDUCED on this nice older 2 or 3 bdrm. home. Corner lot. Priced in teens. IWPifiDr. COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 bdrm. All new kitchen. New carpet. Call us today to see this nice home. Priced in 20's. 276-8353 1021 Fleming Suite No. 5 Jarree Miller" 27&5179 Mary Johnson 275-4731 Member of Multi-List SALE-SALE-SALE Pricn Reduced S09MOORES 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 +40,000.00. 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 taaicoo.ftev 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|*Oa,uOO.OO NOW $49,500.00. BOURNE REALTORS. Inc. 276-3258 Lanelle 5-4874 Ken 6-3117. dan As A Whistle This 3 bdrm has garage, 1 % baths, fu&OU^ fireplace, custom drapes. '43,500. Green! Greenl That's the color scheme in this 3 bdrm rQ/TVIt^T^ge living room andVtcnen7 > ze,500. 1.19 acres with access on 3rd st. 3 bdrm home, double garage, convenient location. •30,000. "We're BuiAig • Raputrtion- Not Resting On It!" Mary Ann Phyllis Kay 59472 6683165 5-4705 Margaret Ruhe John 63627 5-6445 6-2239 Earl Tom Mary 5-4581 6-2204 6-8666 SCOTT 812 N. MAIN REALTORS 276-8282, 1807 13* — Price reduced to $32,000. L^SQlA bedroom,' basement, ganjJB, extra % bath. Bottom dollar price. C.I. S*tCtU- Extra slick 2 bdrm. plus 2 in basement,. Work shop 1 idouble' garage'.~Uke'new interior. Wee is reduced on 405 W. Mary. Jrric. HEINEMANN REAL ESTATE 118 W. Pine 276-3274 i All brick, lull basement, N.EY, location, 2 bdrms. up, 1 and rec. room down. '35,000. TT3. Heinemann Michael Gibson Jon Hoerman Bill Archibald 276-3895 1 276-7179' 276-79331 275-5274 1507 E. Fulton , After Hours Call • Clyde Stallsworth 6-3644 Steve Spellman 6-7494 Bill Knight 5-9378 "MEMBER MULTI-LIST" ..Run DELL REAL ESTATE ^405 W.Kansas 275-720* Your Real Estate problems are our business; come by and let us solve' them with this lovely 3 bdrm. .home, with basement and attached garage in NE location. S/iiri RundeU .. 5-5365 '.Richard McNaught 64362' Wilbur Morris 6-7356, iNorma Pierce 5-9714J iv.: _ Member MuJtfcLJst _> M Ek|B_EH_.M[J Lit L. IS T Evenings: Charles Hager 276-7504 SOUTHWEST Real Estate & Land Co Memtiei Mulh list lllh & Kans UNDER $30.000 2 bdrms., bsmt., detached garage 2 bdrms., garage 3 bdrms., 20,500 bsmt., double 18,500 double garage 26,500 Warehouse, 2000 sq. ft. 18,000 bsmt., double 14,900 full bsmt. 29,000 Office: 275-4239 or 275-1177 Jerry Garvert 276-2747 Jim Franz 275-4982 2 bdrms., garage New 2 bdrm.. EXCELLENT ME6HBORHOOD 010 N. 4th, 2 bdrm., full bsmt., clean, immediate possession. 1017 N. 4th, 2 bdrm. +1 in full >smt., nice, move in before the holidays. 2 bdrm., % block west of grocery store in Pierceville. Owner being transferred. 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 Business location, Kansas and Main. Myrna Powell ?. 76 - 7528 Betty Goldsberry i/6-2486 Everett Millet^ .276-381 MTnfBER MUtTI-tlSTl LAND FOR SALE Combination unit for sale. 2900 acres in one unit-approximately 1100 acres broke and 1800 acres of grass. Unit complete with springs/dams. 90 acres growing alfalfa—500 plus acres in growing wheat. Terms available on this older established Northeast Finney County 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 homestead. 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 potential for oil development. All in grass. For information on this other farmland contact: and Campbell Abstract & Insurance Co., Inc. Phone 275-7151 Military Dropout Rate Up WASHINGTON (AP) — Pentagon officials say they are working on ways to combat a dropout problem that has seen more than 40 percent of military volunteers since the draft ended in 1973 fail to complete their first enlistment. Pentagon manpower chief John White, disclosing the effort Tuesday, gave no details on the steps to be taken. But he said the early discharges, many less than honorable, were caused by disciplinary problems, unsuitability or failure to adjust to military life and medical problems not known at the time of enlistment. More than half of the military dropouts came from among men who also had been high school dropouts before entering the service, White said. In judging the quality of potential recruits, manpower officials consider a high school diploma a key standard, since graduates are considered to be more reliable and less likely to get into trouble. Newly released Pentagon figures for the year ended Sept. 30 showed that the Army continued to lag behind the other services in attracting high school graduates as recruits.^ Only 59 percent of Army enlistees held diplomas, 4 percent more than in the previous year. In contrast, the Air Force had the best showing, with 88 percent of enlistees holding high school diplomas, down 1 per cent. The Navy's figure was 72 percent, down 2 percent, while the Marine Corps had a 70 percent showing, up 6 per cent from the previous year. Garden City Telegram Thursday, November 17,1977 Page 15. HOMES FOR AMERICANS io 86 J REAL ESTATE 108 W. Cedar * 276-3337; office 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-1107N.5th. 5.3 bdrm. with 1300 sq. ft.-207 S. 10th. e.Seyeral new 2 and 3 bdrm. homes. Early buyers pick your own ooW'schemes. 7.1 acre with 2 bdrm home. 14x70 mobile home, sgl. del. and dbl. dot. garage with additional acre if needed. Close-in on Highway 83 North. *680 per month and more .Income possible. : 8.36 to 42 acres with M mHe R.R. siding. 9.8.24 acres commercial; new hot spot In Garden City dty limits. 10.23 acres development land with Mary St. Ed Beahm -2764819 MarieConredry-2764761 George Hopkins-276-8940 Darrell Michel -276-7976 <n IKealti ; 904N.Main .' * 275-9259 NEW LISTINGS 3 bdrm, bi-level with bsmt. and single garage, excellent school location. Call about this qne.fojiMO.OOO. 2 Bdrms., large spacioig0|£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 1 Su^yBuell .5-5919, • ' Lillie Gjpson 5-6482 fviariBn Chappel 6-6456 "Member Multi List 2 bedroom, peja anotfiar In the lower level. PoeeMe enond bath end priori to • quick buy. IRQ Ml 1121 SUMMIT! NEW ChooM your own carpet and cokx In than two bedroom ranch typa hornet. FmHA *p- TVJ\* INCOME PROPERTY Tr* one bedroom ton* would make a good rental for an Inveator 12MMD6EWOOO PRICE REDUCED 3 bedroom home with ful buerrum and tingle attached garage, In an excepHnal Evening houre call: ' "Angie Myrna Martene , M791 6-7116 MOW.. Hazel Johnnie Dwight Gerry 6*7312 5-4408 5-4S22 &4408 Member MultHJet 210 {.Jufniit 276.-8218 MASTER BEDROOM 15M2" 2 FLOOR PLAN THIS CONTEMPORARY RANCH is essentially a five-room house suited to a modest-size lot. Plan HA1014A by Jerold L. Axelrod is 51 feet wide with a basic home area of 1,285 square feet, excluding the garage area and porches. To obtain more information, write to the architect—enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope—at 275 Broadhollow Road, Melville, N.Y. 11746. Kenny Rogers a 'Ho t Item' By JOE EDWARDS Associated Press Writer NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Kenny Rogers sat in his hotel suite and pondered an advertisement in a music magazine proclaiming: "Kenny Rogers Is Hot!" It didn't take long to realize the ad was exactly right. He had just appeared on na. tional television for the second time in four days. This time it was on NBC's Today Show, which telecast a segment from Nashville. Just 96 hours earlier, Rogers performed on the Country Music Association awards program and was honored for recording the single of the year, "Lucille." Vern Tackling Book Stores? WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - The Sedgwick County district Attorney's Office filed complaints Tuesday charging the owners of two full-service Wichita bookstores with promoting obscenity. The complaint, filed against Rectors' Book Stores Inc. and Town Crier of Wichita Inc. were filed in connection with the sale of three books. The two stores do not consider themselves to be adult bookstores. The charges apparently are part of District Attorney Vern Miller's anti-obscenity drive, which previously had been directed mainly against adult films and theater corporations. It was the first time the former Kansas attorney general filed obscenity charges involving books. One complaint charges Rectors' with two counts of promoting obscenity in connection with the sale of the books "One Bed Family" and "Tackling the Team." REAL ESTATE He began reflecting on his career, only to be interrupted by a string of phone calls. One came from the governor of Louisiana, inviting him to visit his mansion. For lunch, he has only a cheeseburger because there's no time for more. He had only one hour of sleep the previous night and recently performed in 23 cities in 26 days. His next album, "Ten Years Of Gold," isn't out yet but he's already received 600,000 orders. "'Lucille' was the catalyst to it all," he said. "But 'Daytime Friends' was No. 1, too. I've always done a lot of television, but all this is coming together at a concentrated time. It's more impressive than if it was spread out. It's momentum." More than most entertainers, Rogers knows the insecurities of show business. He has had two previous peaks, both separated by valleys. In the late 1950s he had a million-selling rock song, "Crazy Feeling." Then came the first valley, followed by the second peak when he formed a soft rock group, The First Edition, some 10 years later. The group had hits like "Just Dropped In To See What Condition My Condition Was In," "Ruby (Don't Take Your Love To Town)," "Rueben James" and "Somethin's Burnin'." The group disbanded in early 1976 after a couple of hitless years. So Rogers turned to more of a country sound and, with "Lucille," hit his third peak. "You have to accept the fact that this is a roller coaster business," he said. "If you enjoy the highs and prepare for the lows, the highs will come back. If you are professional, you can make it work. "A big factor in any career is knowing when to move. When the First Edition broke up, I wanted to get back to my strengths — a country story song like 'Ruby'." So he recorded four major country singles, "Love Lifted Me," "Homemade Love," "Laura" and "While The Feeling's Good," and then had "Lucille." "It's a happy-sad song," said Rogers, whose mother is named Lucille. "People relate to it. And melodically, it's like 'On Top Of Old Smoky'. It rolls out easy." No Record of Dome-Giving TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The dome of the Kansas Statehouse is still there and it's doubtful anyone is going to cart it off or even maintain an ownership claim successfully. A story recurring in print in 1963, 1972 and again in 1977 is lo the effect that a resolution was adopted in the 1901 legislative session giving the dome to Charles M.Sheldon, who was then secretary of the Senate, as long as the dome remained in place, and that title had been handed down to heirs of Sheldon. Sheldon also served as Senate secretary in the 1903 regular and special sessions. The official legislative journals for the 1901 and 1903 sessions fail to show the adoption of such a resolution. Jimmy's House ; Sounds almost tow easy to buy a' home with FmHA financing. If you ; are eligible, we can get you in a new or used home of your own for , only *200.00 CASH. Htrtojo RuHy Co. Off: 8442 'Jackie 64172 Lanelle 64874 WASHINGTON (AP) — Remember when aides to resigned President Nixon deluged him with trumped-up congratulatory telegrams after one of his televised addresses to the nation on the Vietnam War? The deception was uncovered, which did nothing to advance Nixon's fading fortunes. When President Carter made a similar address last week, on his energy program, White House assistants thought they had devised a better way to do some tub- thumping on behalf of their boss. They invited about a score of Democratic Senate-House energy conferees to watch the speech on television monitors set up in a White House conference room. Afterwards, Press Secretary Jody Powell escorted them into the press center to offer reporters their instant analyses. What seemed like a sure-fire publicity gimmick got off to an uncertain start as soon as Rep. Thomas L. Ashley of Ohio led the parade to the press center rostrum. "I thought it was a forthright speech," Ashley drawled. Reporters scratched their heads and asked him to repeat the statement several times. It seemed that some had understood Ashley to call it a "fourth-rate speech." Sen. Howard Metzenbaum, another Ohioan, was next at the microphone. Whether Carter's address would have Its intended effect "is very doubtful in my mind," he said. Asked if that meant the speech was a waste of time, Metzenbaum replied: "I wouldn't say it was a waste of time. It was a good effort." Sen. Frank Church of Idaho was asked what effect the address would have on the conferees working on compromise energy legislation. "Probably not very much," Church responded, winning ready agreement from some of the other conferees trotted out by Powell. As the Congress members departed, the press secretary tried to make the best of the situation. "I want you to know," joked Powell, "that this was another presentation by your up-tight White House staff." For many years, it was traditional for presidents to accept a live Thanksgiving turkey from representatives of the National Turkey Federation. This week, however, the responsibility fell to Vice President Walter F. Mondale. As the presentation ceremony ended Tuesday, the vice president's press secretary, Al Eisele, turned to White House reporters and cracked, "I nope that puts an end to the 'whatever-happened-to- Mondale' stories." A rash of such stories prompted Carter to telephone two newsmen last month to emphasize the substantive nature of Mondale's assignments. <i

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