Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 29, 1977 · Page 10
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Garden City, Kansas
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Page 10 Garden City Telegram Tuesday, November 29, 1977 REAL ESTATE AGENCIES KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY •Brand new 3 BR brick, dbl. garage, full basement, Anderson windows, fireplace, 2 baths. 'Like new 4 BR dbl. garage, fenced yard. Belmont St. 'See the two beautiful brick homes that we have on acre tracts 1 % miles from town. "Price reduced '6,000 on 3 BR corner lot house. Make an offer. "3 BR w/fireplace, St. Marys location only '29,000. 'Owner will carry financing. 3 BR full basement, att gar. •Duplex bringing in '275.00. Office Evening 120W. Grant Ave. Owston 6-8856 Ph. 275-9333 Regan 5-1971 NORTHEAST BRICK -3 bdrm, plus 4th in bsmt., 2 baths, dbl. garage. Big living room plus family room. All for under '49. Priced to sell right now. Drive by 2107 Parkwood. FmHA -2 big bdrm., full bsmt., att. garage. Some bsmt. finish. 1 'A baths, super kitchen. Rock bottom prie - '32,000 on 1507 N. 13th. G.!. SPECIAL- Extra slick 2 bdrm. plus 2 in basement,. Work shop double garage. Like new interior. Price is reduced on 405 W. Mary. CE) Presently have several large irrigated farms for sale. Flood or sprinkler. Good terms. Off: 276-8442 Jackie 6-6172 Lanelle 5-4874 Ken 6-3117 Jnc. 275-9278 1507 E. Fulton After Hours Call Clyde Stallsworth 6-3644 Steve Spellman 6-7494 Bill Knight 5-9378 "MEMBER MULTI-LIST" »'R UN DELL REAL ESTATE 405 W.Kansas 275-7201 ROOM-IS THAT WHAT YOU NEED? Here's your answer. A home with 1846 sq. ft. up with 2% baths, basement. Priced in upper 30's. Estabnlished business for sale. A&A Body Shop. VirlRundell 5-5365' Richard McNaught 6-8362 Wilbur Morris 6-7356 Norma Pierce 5-9714 Member Multi-List Serving Finncy County Since 1911 411 Eighth City, Kansas 2757151 PRICING a home at its fair market value is the most important consideration when you decide to sell. A house that remains on the market for months due to over-pricing, often becomes a "white elephant." It eventually sells for a much lower figure than it would have brought originally — had it been priced right. When you list your home with us, we appraise it according to the current market value and help you sell it. Many homes in Garden City have been sold in the past few weeks. There are still homes with fair value price tags available. Let our 66 years of real estate experience help you buy or sell a home. Call or drop in at our office soon. We're here to help you. C ampbell Abstract & Insurance Co.. Inc. MEMBER MULTI LIST Sonny Sandy Ron Jones Ldwards Hopkins 68144 54326 68940 Gale gob Hornet Squiet Brock Campbell 6-8449 6-8771 5 5569 $27,500 1400 sq. ft. home with all appliances, central air, aluminum siding, 3 bdrm., excellent condition, will sell FmHA. Better hurry on this one. Office 275-4239 or 275-1177 Jerry Garvert 276-2747 Jim Franz 275-49ts.<! LOOK Really nice older home, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, carpet, drapes, paneling, forced air. Only '26,000. 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 SOUTHWEST Real Estate & Land Co Member Multi list llth I Kans UNDER $30,000 2 bdrms., bsmt., detached garage 20,500 2 bdrms., bsmt., double garage 18,500 3 bdrms., double garage 26,500 Warehouse, 2000 sq. ft. 18,000 2 bdrms., bsmt., double garage 14,900 New 2 bdrm., full bsmt. 29,000 Office: 275-4239 or 275-1177 Jerry Garvert 276-2747 Jim Franz 275-4982 HAPPY HOUDAY VALUES Spacious basement, private living room, family room, dining room, kitchen combination, att. single garage, cathedral ceiling. Excellent Jenny Wilson and high school location. Lovely brick home on very private street. Almost 1500 sq. ft., dining room. 3 bdrm. plus one in finished bsmt. 2 baths plus rough-in for third. (Published in the Garden City Telegram on the 29 day of November, 1977) ORDINANCE NO. 1263 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 27-30 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF GARDEN CITY, KANSAS, DESIGNATING THROUGH STREETS. BE IT ORDAINED by the Governing Body of the City of Garden City, Kansas: SECTION 1. That Section 27-30 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Garden City, be, and the same hereby is amended to read as follows: SECTION 27-30. THROUGH STREETS. In accordance with the provisions of Section 70 of the Standard Traffic Ordinance and when signs are erected giving notice thereof, driver of vehicles shall stop or yield as the sign directs, at every intersection before entering any of the following streets or parts of streets, which are hereby designated through streets: All streets that are combined highways designated by the State of Kansas or State or National Highways; Belmont Place from Fair Street north to Mary Street; Belmont Place from Mary Street north to Labrador Boulevard; Fleming Street from Fulton Street to Kansas Avenue; Fleming Street from Kansas Avenue to Mary Street; Fleming Street from Mary Street to north city limits; Fourth Street from Fulton Street to Walnut Street; Fourth Street from Walnut Street to Kansas Avenue; Fair Street from Eleventh Street 'to Eighth Street; Fair Street from Eighth Street to Main Street; Fair Street from Main Street to Third Street; Fair Street from Third Street to Center Street; Fair Street from Center Street to Fleming Street; Buffalo Jones Avenue from Main Street to Taylor Avenue; Labrador Boulevard from Third Street east to Fleming Street; Main Street from Kansas Avenue north to Mary Street; Main Street from Mary Street north to Bellevue Avenue; Inge Avenue from St. John Street to Kansas Avenue; St. John Street from Eighth Street west to city limits; Johnson Street from Third Street to Center Street; Johnson Street from Center Street to Fleming Street; Olive Street from Taylor Avenue to alley west of Conard Avenue; Olive Street from Eleventh Street to Eighth Street; ' Third Street from Kansas Avenue to Mary Street; Third Street from Mary Street to north city limits; Edwards Street from Eighth Street to Main Street; Edwards Street from Main Street to Third Street; Walnut Street from Eighth Street east to Evans Street; West Fulton Street from Main Street to Inge Avenue; Eighth Street from Fulton Street north to Buffalo Jones Avenue; Eighth Street from Jones Avenue north to Kansas Avenue; Eighth Street from Kansas Avenue north to Mary Street; Eighth Street from Mary Street to north city limits; Mary Street from Taylor Avenue (US83) west to city limits; Mary Street from Taylor Avenue i US83) east to east city limits; Harding Avenue from Third Street to Center Street; Harding Avenue from Center Street to Fleming Street; Harding Avenue from Fleming Street to Campus Drive; Center Street from Fulton Street to Spruce Street; Center Street from Spruce Street to Kansas Avenue; Center Street from Kansas Avenue to Thompson Street; Campus Drive from U.S. Highway 50 to Kansas Avenue; Campus Drive from Kansas Avenue to Mary Street; ' Seventh Street from Fulton Street to Walnut Street; Seventh Street from Walnut Street to Kansas Avenue; Seventh Street from Kansas Avenue to OliveStreet; Kansas Avenue from Taylor Avenue to west city limits; Evans Street from Spruce Street to Pat's Drive; Evans Street from Fulton Street to Spruce Street; Spruce Street from Second Street to Campus Drive; Pine Street from Seventh Street to Fourth Street; Pine Street from Fourth Street to Evans Street; Eleventh Street from Kansas Avenue to Emerson Street; Eleventh Street from Fulton Street to St. John Street; Eleventh Street from St. John Street to Buffalo Jones Avenue; Campbell Street from Taylor Avenue to Eleventh Street; Campbell Street from Eleventh Street to Eighth Street; Taylor Avenue from St. John to Buffalo Jones Avenue; Campbell Street from Taylor Avenue west to the alley west of Conard Avenue. SECTION 2. Repeal: Any provisions of Section 27-30 of the Code of Ordinances of Ihe City of Garden City, Kansas, as now existing which are in conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION 3. Effective Date: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication in the official City Paper, the Garden City Telegram. PASSED BY THE COOMMISSION ON THE 23RD DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1977. SIGNED: Duane E. West-Mayor ATTEST: Tim Knoll-City Clerk (820) (SEAL) M&K mm : &*&m£^^ • j. * SHI .-L-;. — *" "V v :• $ .. ..*. r» .,<Hgfe*-.~--"^^^ • **<^^^PtlMir<ll'> ._»A«-?-*- -»•' »^>i|.''''.»«-~-«*X | »-; ^7 £P ^Jown CJT 904 N Mum REALTOR; 275-9259 NEW LISTINGS ( 2 bdrms., excellent conditicft|«|««llent school location, priced at •20,000. 5UW Bi-level 3 bdrm., ful bsmt., single garage. '40,000. 3 bdrms., full bsmt., beau^jQliftiorated, '31,000. 3 bdrms., full bsmt., single garageJOLftew for '36,900. 4 bdrm., 1 V» bath, full finished bsmt., single garage. '37,900. "happy endings -- begi ~ Evenings call- 'vBuell 5-5919' Lillie Gipspn 5^6482 Marion Ctiappel 6-6456 Member Multi List Field of Cars Imported cars awaiting owners fill a field recently near Lahr, West Germany. The cars, Fiats from Italy, are stored at the field after their arrival by rail until buyers can be found. (AP Photo). Wind Energy Backs up Meter By JOHN W. REID Associated Press Writer WILLISTON, VI. (AP) — On a windy day, the Environmental Resource Group Products Center in Williston has more electricity than it can use, and the excess is pumped back to Green Mountain Power Corp. That's because the store, which sells energy-related products ranging from flannel sheets and down comforters to solar heaters, wind and hydro generators and microwave ovens, has its own wind generator. The key is a solid-stale in- verier lhal synchronizes elec- iricily produced by Ihe cen- ler's windmill with power provided by Green Mountain. The Gemini Synchronis Inverter feeds commercial power into Ihe building on calm days. On windy days, when Ihe windmill generator produces more eleclricily lhan Ihe slore uses, Ihe in- verier sends Ihe surplus back. Unlil recenlly, the center's power meter ran backwards when the system was pumping excess eleclricity lo Green Mountain. The power company has pul a stop lo that, and the center no longer gets credit on its bill for eleclricily il returns. "The windmill runs at aboul 400 kilowatt-hours a month," about what Ihe slore uses in that period, said Jill Farn- a ham, the cenler's vice Power companies also have presidenl. She said Ihe cen- objecled that a lineman work- ter's power bill, before the ing on a cable presumed to windmill was installed October, was aboul $25 month. The windmill system, which costs about $6,000, is not prac- ~ tical — yel —for places where don't pose a safety problem commercial power is readily because they work only when the commericial power is on. "If Ihe power company shuts off its power, the inverter stops working and a circuit breaker is opened to in have no electricity could get a shock from a nearby home unit slill producing power. Bui Ms. Farnham said home generalors with inverters Far-out Recording Studio Pro v/des Eerie Album By PETER J. BOYER Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — At first glance, what Paul Horn has done ought to make a good reporter squint his jaundiced eyes in rebuff and Ihink, "Gimmick." This Horn, see, is a jazz man who says he's long been searching for jusl Ihe right environmenl lo produce a nearly pure sound on record. So he recorded an album — gel this — inside the Great Pyramid of Egypt. "I don't do anything gimmicky," says Horn, a litlle irrilaled al Ihe suggeslion of hype. "A lot of time, if what l\taltort, Jrnc. Realtor 1021 Fleming 275 5730 or 275-9122 Clark Edwards 5-6481 Bonnie Talley 6-2675 REAL ESTATE Sounds almost too 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 onty MOO.OO CASH. Heritage Realty Co. Off: 8442 "Jackie 6-6172 Lanelle 5-4874 Ken 6-3117 Mucklow Mucklow Retires from Patrol Sgl. Lloyd E. Mucklow, former Garden Cily Irooper, has relired from Ihe Kansas Highway Palrol because of a heart condition. Mucklow joined the Patrol July 5, 1955, and his first assignment was in Garden City. In 1956 he was transferred to Greensburg where he remained until 1970 when he relurned lo Garden Cily. In 1973, he was promoled to sergeant and assigned lo Lamed. His latest assignment included the supervision of troopers in Larned, Kinsley and LaCrosse. Mucklow and his wife, Dathel, have moved lo Colorado Springs where he is employed by Modular Ambulance Co. you do happens to catch on and it sells, then people think it's a gimmick. Well, this isn't." Funny thing is, you're inclined to believe Ihe man. For one thing, another of his albums also was recorded in a place that's not exactly your everyday studio — the Taj Mahal — and some good jazz came out of it. But the best wilness on Horn's behalf is the work itself — "Inside the Great Pyramid," a captivating, if somewhat eerie, bit of music. After the relative success of his Taj Mahal album, a friend of Horn's half-jokingly suggested he record an LP in the Great Pyramid. Horn knew right then he would do it. "I figured that inside the pyramid ought to have great sound, loo," he said. "The idea look seed, and after a couple of years, the opportunity came up." Horn and his recording engineer joined an archeology expedition bound for Egypt. When he arrived, he soon learned that it's not the easiesl thing to convince Egyptian officials lo lei an American jazz performer sel up shop in one Ihe Ihe Seven Wonders of Ihe World. Horn finally convinced someone he wasn'l jusl a crazy wilh a flule, and won permission lo record in the Great Pyramid. Bui he had lo do it at night, when tourists would be gone, and he had only Ihree hours in which lo do il. Horn chose Ihe King's Chamber for his studio and began lo improvise. He found his flule was being shadowed by an eighl-second echo, bul quickly picked il up and used Ihe echo as anolher instrument, weaving his sound through the one that was Meany Supports Russian's Cause NEW YORK (AP) — AFL- CIO President George Meany has added his support to a bid lo gel Soviet authorities to permit the family of dancer Rudolf Nureyev to leave the Soviet Union. Meany has written Ihe State Department, saying Nureyev's 16-year quest for Ihe visas needed lo allow his mother, sister and niece to join him in the Wesl ''deserves the support of Ihe government of the United States." bouncing off the king's walls. "I gol a liltle carried away," Horn says, remembering the excitement. "It was timeless in there. I was totally lost in the experience." When it was over, Horn and his engineer rushed back lo their holel room lo check Ihe sound quality. It was better than they had hoped for. "Inside the Great Pyramid" has found a receplive audience, being given a bullet (trade talk for .fast-rising record) in ils firsl week on Ihe Cashbox magazine jazz charts. The reception for Horn's album seems another sign of the renaissance of jazz, a return of the form to its original spirit of freedom, spontaneity and ingenuity. Keys Names Ex-Newsman TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Rep. Martha Keys, D-Kan., has named former radio newsman Tom Taylor as her new press secrelary. Taylor replaces Gloria O'Dell, who has become director of outreach for the Keys' office in Kansas. Taylor, 30, worked al WREN radio in Topeka for five years covering local and state government. In addition, he has worked during Ihe past' year at KTSB-TV in Topeka and KCNW in Kansas City, reporting on local and stale government Frozen Ground Aids Harvest LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — The weekly Nebraska crop report says frozen ground allowed the harvest lo make substantial progress the past week, although drifting snow caused some problems in northeastern fields. The Nebraska Crop and Livestock Reporting Service says grain storage is still a problem with some elevators nol accepling any more grain al Ihe presenl lime. The corn harvest is 95 percent complete, compared wilh a 90 percenl normal for this lime. The grain sorghum harvest advanced slowly and is 95 per- cenl finished, near normal bul behind last year when harvesl was completed. The soybean harvesl is 95 percent completed. (I available. "Bul wilh eleclric rales climbing and Ihe efficiency of wind generators improving, they could save consumers money in Ihree lo four years," Ms. Farnham said. The inverter is important because il eliminates the need, for storage batteries required by mosl home generalors in use today. The storage batteries are needed lo keep Ihe voltage constant — even when the wind speed varies — and to store excess power for use on calm days. Power company officials have objected to the inverter, maintaining they could end up having lo pay consumers who produce excess eleclricily and feed il back into the commercial system. "There is always fear when you have a monopoly, and you can see that monopoly slipping away," said Ms. Farnham. prevent our electricity from going into the commericial line," she said. Hills Syndrome^' 1 SEATTLE (AP) — Filmmaker Stanley Kramer, saying he hopes lo shake "the Beverly Hills syndrome," has purchased a $500,000 home near ihis cily in the stale of Washington. "The Beverly Hills syndrome finally gol to me," Kramer, 64, said recenlly. "I have iwo young girls, ages 10 and 7, and I'd like them to go 10 school in another kind of school sysiem, one that isn't so lied up with the entertainment industry. "And I like clean air." Task Force Backs 'Essential'Abortions By MICHAEL PUTZEL Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — A special task force on teen-age pregnancy has told the Health, Education and Welfare Department that abortions are "essential to reduce the numbers of high-risk adolescent births." It was the second task force set up by HEW Secretary Joseph A. Califano Jr. to take a position conflicting with his and President Carter's oft- staled opposition to abortion. The chairwoman of the other group, which was established to seek alternatives lo abortion, disbanded the panel after concluding that the only real alternatives are "suicide, motherhood and, some would add, madness." The teen-age pregnancy unit, headed by Peter Schuck, a deputy assistant secretary for planning and evaluation, recommended lhal Ihe Carler administration spend between $147 million and $251 million to deal with the problems of the nation's estimated 11 million sexually active teen-agers. The task force proposals include expansion of existing birth control services, extension of welfare coverage to' unborn children in stales lhal don'l now offer it, expanded day care services, more research and creation of a new, comprehensive "Youth and Family Services" program. Aboul three million babies are born in Ihe United Stales each year, nearly 600,000 of them to teen-agers. Of Ihe 1.1 million abortions performed each year, an estimaled 300,000 terminate teen-age pregnancies. The Schuck panel did not specifically include abortion among its wide range of op- lions presented lo Califano in a 60-page memorandum. But it said it "considers abortion information, counseling, services and research essential lo reduce Ihe numbers of high-risk adolescent births, particularly for vounger adolescents. HEW currently is prohibited by law from financing Medicaid abortions for poor women unless their lives are Ihrealened by conlinued pregnancy. The House and Senale have been deadlocked for monlhs in a dispute over whether lo exlend Ihose restrictions another year or ease them. Califano, a Roman Catholic who has said his opposition to abortion is based on religious and ethical beliefs, is virtually alone in his position among lop HEW officials. Lasl spring, he directed that an interagency task force be set up lo seek alternatives lo aborlion. In a memorandum the department attempted to withold from the public, Ihe head of lhal group, Connie J. Downey, said Ihe panel didn't have the direction, scope, authority or money necessary lo attack Ihe underlying problem of unwanled pregnancies. The Associated Press, afler being refused a copy of the memo by Eileen Shanahan, HEW assistant secretary for public affairs, obtained a copy from olher sources.

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