Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 1, 1971 · Page 6
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 6

Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, June 1, 1971
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KINDERGARTEN THROUGH THIRD Development in Learning Offered Childiren in kindergarten through tlkdrd grade may attend a program in developmental learning at Jennie Wilson Elementary School from June 7 to 16. Two morndng sessions, from 8:45 to 10 and from 10:30 to 11:45, will meet daily. Bus transportation will be furnished from all Garden City elementary schools and other city locations. The program, conducted by Unified School District 457, will concentrate on perception and motor development, Students wil leairn exercises to develop muscular coordination and balance, and to increase their abilities to disorimimate between objects or symbols. Because 'the program is fed- Poqt 6 Garden City Telegram Tuesday, Junt 1, 1971 eraJly funded unter ttie Elementary and Secondiary Education Act, children from low- income faimiilies wifll receive first priority. /There is no cost for the program. Eight local elementary school teachers will teach the sessions. The teachers aire Hazel Midyeitot, Deann Black, Sandra Flaming, Carol Hodgfcinson, Merriaim Huelskamp, Winifred Koksal, Jane Matteson and Kalthy Wood. The first Finnish language paper was publishes 1775. AUTO & HOME STEREO TAPES NEW RELEASES MODERN RAD: 12* N. m Piior.3 275-5251 North and South, East and West, Young and Old, Rich and Poor, Jew and Gentile, Black and White and Brown and Yellow and Red. This town, this city, this state, this country bleeds a little every day. Open your heart. Empty your hands. And roll up your sleeves. With The American Red Cross. Alfa Brown?-TA Officers Officers for Atta Brown Grade School Parent- Teacher Assn., have been elected. From left, they are Sue Rice, vice president; Cliff Francis, pres- Telegraan Photo ident; Rodney Willis, secretary; Lupe Martinez, council representative; and Carol Maddux, council representative. Des O'Conner Back for Summer By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Televlsion.Radto Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Des O'Connor, the British music hall comedian aod top-dO singer, strolls back into the nation's living rooms Wednesday to start his second—>and last—stot as summer l (replacement for NBC's "Music Hal." * It reflects not ait all on O'Connor's abiflity, charm or the quality of bis London-made President's Question, Answer Session Tonight WASHINGTON (AP) — President Nixon wil appear live on the four television and radio networks in -a news conference ait 8:30 p.m. EOT today. Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler said last week Nixon wil have no preliminary an- nouncemiemts and wil go at once into the question-and-an- sweir session. Nixon's last news conference was May 1 in San Clemente, Calif. It wa<s broadcast only on radio and was limited to do- mestlws questbns. series that he is not on his way to becoming a hot-weather perennial. "Music Hall," after years as an hour of variety witih the same sponsor—Kraft—will convert into" a series of occasional specials next September. Thus, Des' career on the 'program ill have a technological windup, or ait least an interruption. Meanwhile, he 'has built a body of American fans and with all the things be bais going for him in Britaitah-a"' : tongHplaying TV series, a film to be made, hit records and albums and all the music bail! and dub dates he can handle—he is not downcast. "We've done five shows of the summer series," he said, and we're flying back home to finish up *the resit. I learned a lot last season and I think this bunch of programs will be much better. "It seems to me now that the old ones did not permit me to be as English as I really am. I guess we were afraid the Americans wouldn't like that. After all, that's what I aim, and I also think the audience will understand. "Worse, we'd tape one show—do over anything when there was a small mistake— and then cut it up in bits and put it together in another sequence. It was confusing, particularly, with me running out constantly in different clothes when there obviously had been oo time to change. Then I'd pop top again in the fiiist outfit. Confusing. This time we're taping straight through, and leaving in the mistakes and showing it without mincing it up." The programs last satmmer actually weire very pHeasanit, light diversion. O'Connor, a smiling friendly man, has a deft way with comedy and a very a®reeaible singing voice. Des and his attractive wife, Gilain, were -in • the United ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY 409 N. Main Garden City, Kansas DOLLAR DAY FEATURE YEAR AROUND WEIGHT MENS SUITS Choose from new wanted styles & colors. Shop early for the best selection Only $ 34 REDUCED TO CLEAR WOMENS BETTER DRESSES Choose from Jr. Jr petites, misses & % sizes $3.00 Now orig $8.00 to $19.00 $12.00 MENS SHIRT & TIE SETS $coo They're Gift Boxed WOMENS SUMMER HAND BAGS $400 Natural & White Straws BOYS KNIT SHIRTS Size 6 to 16 GIRLS SHORT SETS 3-6 X 7.14 $149 $199 Limited quantities BOYS SPORT SHIRTS $100 Limited Quantities GIRLS DRESSES & SPORTSWEAR 00 2°°to8 Large Selection GIRLS KNIT TOPS & Cotton Shorts $]44 Each Sizes 7 to 14 MENS SLACKS & JEANS $399 Straight ft Flare Leg Styles REDUCED TO CLEAR SUMMER PIECE GOODS '1.4A Yd. TO Yd. A Large Selection of Wanted Fabrics REDUCED TO CLEAR WOS. GINGHAM CHECK SPORTSWEAR $|22 $222 $322 ••{• • ••_ f Knit Tops, Blouses, Slack* & Jamaica* States for a few crowded days to promote ithe series. They made seven television appearances—including Johnny Carson, David Frosit and Mike Douglas—not counting a quick walk-on and introduction during a network game show. O'Connor found that many people recognized him. He wa« virtually unknown during a visa year ago. Or. M. D. Chiropractic Offict 811 Moil •orrfm City 8:30—5:30 Thm..Sfl». 1:30—11 Deborah Kraus Is Scholarship Winner Deborah Kay Rraus has been named as recipient of the $250 Junior College Scholarship Grant given annually by the Garden City Insurance TMs award is made for tine express purpose of attending Garden City Gommundity Junior College. Half the amount wiU be furnished at the beginning of the ial semester, with die second half awarded for emroUimenit in the spring semester., Deboralh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norbent J. Kraus, 1603 York, was ranked fourth in her class of 301 at Garden Cily High School this year. Heir grade point average was 3.909. During her high school years, sifoe served as . a Kayette offi' ear, student council representative, pep club, cheerleader, 4-H member, Modern Choir, A Cappeia Choir, and worked with church youth groups. Deboralh wishes to major in m>ait!hemaitics, and bats special interest in eduoation as jit especially applies to handicapped children. Following her junior college education, she intends to aittend University of Kansas. c n o n fi P v Girls Summer PAJAMAS-GOWNS-ROBES Sizes 6 through 14 Permanent Press - Pastel Colors Re* $5.00 3 each an E. Leurel J Children* Wear Garden City SAVE NOW Ladies' Nylon PANTY HOSE Favorite beige color sizes Petite- Ave.-Ta 11 For 45" WIDE SPORT FABRICS Choose from large group of better fabrics YDS. MULTI-COLOR 24"x72 RUNNERS Completely washable For many, many uses Each 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS 54"-60" wide in many -beautiful summer colors $288 YD. LADIES COTTON DUSTERS Lovely colors in sizes 10 to 16-Regular 5.99 3-PIECE BATH TOWEL SETS Select 1 bath towel -1 hand towel 1 wash cloth - A 2.57 value Set SHORT SLEEVE SWEAT SHIRTS Men's sizes S-M-L-XL saddle stitch trim $157

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