Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 1, 1971 · Page 9
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 9

Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, June 1, 1971
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Welfare Bill Benefit I 1C • J^TT Cl ' Level Said Too Slow WASHINGTON (AP) - Four members of the House Ways and Means Committee say the benefit level in the new welfare bill is too low and the work requirements for mothers of young l children are too stringent. A fifth member opposes the welfare section of the bill outright. These views were attached to a report'by which the majority of the 25-membeir committee approved the bill, setting it up for House action probably about mid-June. If past procedures are followed, ,the ibill will go before the changes would have to be undertaken in the Senate. One amendment expected to be offered there would provide federal matching for state funds used to pay benefits aibove the level of $2,400 for a family of House under rules amendments, no permitting any four. Reps. Hugh N.Y.; Charles L. A. Carey, Vanik, DD- needs or a family of four. Ohio; William J. Green, D-Pa., and'Jiames C. Gorman, D-Calif.. said in supplemental views they will vote for the measure as an improvement over the present system. , They added, however: "The minimum payment levels are clearly insufficient to provide a family with sufficient income to meet its minimal AT BAKER'S A & W DRIVE IN $2,400 is more than $1,500 below the official poverty line established by the Department .of Health, Education and Welfare." The four said they agree with the principle that able-bodied persons on relief should be required to accept job training and assignment. But, they added, "We are opposed to provisions that arbitrarily require all mothers with pre-school age children above three to work as a condition to receipt of benefits ... "With the increases hi juve nils delinquency and drug 'abuse, in some situations, bot) society and the family would be better served by a recognition that the work of a mother in caring for her children would be more meaningful than re quirements which would sepa rate her from vital family obli gations." Rep. A. Ullman, D-Qre., dissented from the majority report's endorsement of the family assistance plan. He has introduced a substitute emphasizing a day-care services and what he described as "greatly expanded federal job training And placement programs" designed to remove employable persons from the welfare system. High Winds Sock LEGALS TAIN STREETS HBRJEaNAFTElR NAMED IN THE CITY OP GARDEN CITY, KANSAS. THE COST OF WHICH SHAiU^ BE PAH) BY THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS. WHEREAS, the City of Garden Cflty, Kansas, has heretofore duly authorized the construction of curb, gutter, pave, excavate roadway and otherwise improving of South side of Mary Street, from the west, line of Lot 35 to the east line of Lot 34, Hock 3, Briar Hill Addi- Poge f Garden City Telegram Tuesday, June 1, 1971 LEGALS tlon; Center -Street Street to north i" Storm Drainage from Johnson way line of South side Win Top Photo Honors Johnson Photo Service Two Finney County youths took top honors in the TV Photo Fun project in the annual Southwest Kansas Photo Show during the Dodge City Better Living Show. Winner of the project was Andy Husband, right, with reserve honors going to Alan Becker, left In the Senior Division, Marilyn Enslow, Kearny County, took top honors. Janna DeLissa, also Kearny County, placed first hi the Junior Division, with Jennifer Young of Gray County taking reserve honors. Alan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Becker, 2106 N. 8th, and Andy, the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Heine, Rt. 1. Five Students from Garden City Gam Degrees at WSU Kaycee KANSAS CITY (AP) Winds esKteated by an off- duty highway patrolmen as high as 120 miles an hour buffeted the Kansas City area Monday night. Numerous funnels were spotted over the city, both by the public and by police, sheriffs' deputies, and Other authorities. Three persons were injured, none seriously* in Belton when iat least two toilers were overturned in a trailer park. There was considerable damage to the park and to windows in the downtown Belton ami. The National Weather Service reported its radar unit was knocked out for an hour during the height of the Btorm when hit by a bolt of lightning, A corporal of the Jackson County sheriff's patrol reported his oar was thrown into a ditch 'by a tornado while he was patrolling south of Blue Springs. He said the funnel-continued on Five students from Garden City received bachelor's or master's degrees from Wichita State University during commencement ceremonies May 16. . They are Michael Wayne Dart, son of Carl Dart, 1024 Main, bachelor of business administration; Ronald Gene Hund, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Raymond Hund, 15 Crest Road, roaster of business ad- ministraition; Wayne Alan Largent, sen of L. M. Largent, Imperial Rt., bachelor of business administration; Janeth Lee Plett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Plett, 701 E. Edwards, bachelor of music education, magna cum laude; and Thomas W. Sheeny, son of J. P Sheeny, 905 N. 6th, bachelor of science in aeronautical engineering, cum laude. More Uian 1,600 bachelor's and master's degrees were conferred. At least 20 per cent, or 340, of the degrees were master's. For the first time, WSU com bined its August, December 'and May graduations. Students who completed work ait •the end of the 1970 summier session and at the end of the fall semester received degrees families within each college, allowed by commencement xercises at 6 p.m. in Henry /evitt Arena on the WSU ampus. Of the 1,300 students who re- eived bachelor's degrees, 200 "ompleted their work last August, 375 finished at the end of fall semester and more than 700 finished in May. ; 1 Cup Caddy free with each $3.00 order while Supply Lasts! OFFER GOOD JUNE 1 TO 8 < V Hurry In! 3rd and Kansas the ground over some farm land, then lilted back into the sky with only limited damage to some trees. Kansas City police reported officers sighted at least two confirmed twisters in the air during the peak of the storm. Other funnel sightings were confirmed in Pliaitte County, near Piattte City, and near Marshall, Mo., in Saline County. There were no reports of damage in those areas. with students who completed work at the end of the spring semester. Thirty WSU graduates received commissions for U. S. Army and Air Force reserves and 45 students received certifi cates for completing two-year programs in dental hygiene, inhalation therapy, police science and secretarial training. Commencement activities began with afternoon receptions for graduates and their LEGALS (Published In the Garden City Tele gram on the 1st day of June, 1971. ORDINANCE NO. 988 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AND PROVIDING FOR THE ISST1 ANCE OF TEMPORARY NOTES OF THE OTTY OF GARDEN CITY KANSAS, IN THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF $86,700.00. TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO PAY THE COST TO CURB, GUTTER. PAVE, EX OAVATE ROADWAY AN! OTHERWISE IMPROVE CER of Mary Street, from "B" Street to Main Street; Campbell Street, om Tenth Street to Hattle Street; "Jampbell Street, from Eleventh '.reet to Tenth Street; South side Mary Street, from Main Street Seventh Street; Mendenhall reet, from "A" Street to Main ;reet; Seventh Street, from Emerson Avenue to Mary Street; West de of Seventh Street, from Bmer- on Avenue to Mary Street; College Wive, from MUoes Drive to Kan- Avenue; South aide of Bmer- Avenue, from Seventh Street o Third Street; and Emerson Ave- wie, from Seventh Street to Third Street, Garden City, Kansas, under is provisions of K. S. A. 12-GaOl to 3-Oal8 both inclusive and by Res- lutions No. 888, 889, 890, 891, 892, 393, 894, 895, 896, 897, 898 and 899 espeotively, adopted May 12, 1971, ay 12, 1971. May 12, 1971, May 0, 1OT1, May 12, ' 1971, May 12, provided by K. S. A. 10-123. Such Temporary Notes may be issued from time to time as required during the progress of ' such work, shall be negotiable and shall constitute a general obligation of the City of Garden City, Kansas. Section 3. That the temporary Notes shall be in the form and executed as provided by Law. Section 4. That this ordinance shall take effect on the day of its publication as provided by law, m the Garden City Telegram the official City paper. PASSED by the Commission on the 28th day 'of May, 1971. SttGINEID by the Mayor. C. Kenneth Minter Jr. Mayor ATTEST: Chas. R. Peebles Pity Clerk . .. . 971, May lay 12, 12, 1971, May 12, 1971, Jay 12, 1971, May 12, 1971, May 12, 1971. and May 12, 1971, respec- Ively, and WHElREiAS, the Engineer's estimate of cost of curb, gutter, pave, xcavate roadway, and otherwise improving of the above described projects is $85,700.00, and WKERtEIAS, the cost of such im- xrovement is authorized to be paid n whole or in part by the issuance of bonds under the authority of K. S. A. 12-6a01 to 12-flalS, both inclusive, and WHERE1AS. the City is authorized to issue its temporary notes as provided by K. S. A. 10-123. NOW THERIEKFORE, Be It Ordained by the Governing Body of the City of Garden City, Kansas: Section 1. That general improvement bonds of such City will be issued, aa authorized by law to pay the cost of such improvement as the same has been heretofore duly authorized or such part thereof as shall not have been covered by the collection of special assessments prior to the issuance of such bonds in a total amount not to exceed tee cost of such improvements or the estimated cost, which every may be less, the whole as shall be hereinafter specifically authorized by ordinance. Section 2. That for the purpose of providing funds to pay the cost of such improvement until bonds can be issued therefore, the Mayor and City Clerk be and they are hereby authorized and directed to issue temporary notes of the City of Garden City, Kansas, as authorized awd! provided by K. S. A. 10-123, in an amount not to exceed the sum of $85,700.00. The notes of such issue shall be designated as Series No. 218, shall •be consecutively numbered, bear- Ing Interest at the rate of four per cent (4%) per annum payable semi- _ _ (Published in the Garden City Tele- 0mm this 1st day of June, and Sth N NO. 901 FIXING A TIM.EJ Won to City. mi, file .with the governing body Commission Room of _ which the owner, his agent, any Upholders of record .anfl^anj, oc^ oupant of the known as Block Six (W of cause why such structure .should not be condemned aa an unsafe or dangerous structure and ordered repaired or demolished. •. • Be it further resolved that in* city clerk shall cause this resolution to be published and shall give notice of the aforesaid hearing in the manner provided by la.-.v. Adopted 1971. : provide this 26t! ;h day of May (SEAL) ATTEST: D. C. GARCIA Mayor pro tern annually and to mature four (4) Chas. R. Peebles years from the date of issuance, as I City Clerk IS out r The Garden City Telegram MAIL-IN CLASSIFIED ORDER The quick and inexpensive way to do business. *> * INSTRUCTIONS: .Ji--' ' • Insert one word per square and total Mw number of words. Put Hw number of days ad h to be run In tbe box below. Tfcen figure your cost from the chart below. Example — 14 words for four days is $3.92. 10 words for thrat days U $2.40, ADDRESS CITY NUMBER OF DAYS AD IS TO RUN CLIP AND MAIL TO: THE GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM, P.O. IOX 958, GARDEN CITY. KANSAS, 67846 10 11 12 w*nb IS WM* 14 wwili II ww* •»* 2 itan 1.M 1.7* 1.92 2.01 2.24 2.40 IffaM 2.40 2.40 2.12 2,72 2.94 3.11 4tfMt 1.20 3.20 3.3* 3.44 3.92 4.20 SrimM 4.00 4.00 4.20 4.IS 4.90 S.25 4 HMW 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 S.04 S.40 [10% cash discount If paid in advance. Minimum charge per day of 80c« TIME TO FIND A SUMMER JOB IN THE WANT-ADS! Get Your Ad Written Now For The Telegram's Free "Situations Wanted" For Students Follow These Easy Rules! * f 1. Ads start now, end June 12 2. Maximum of 20 words per ad for no more than 5 days. 3. lad per student. 4. Ads must include nameand address 5. Local students must place ad in person 6. Area students may mail ads in. 7. Ad must indicate that you are a student. 8. Request ad be stopped when employment is obtained. BRING YOUR FREE AD IN NOW! The Garden City Telegram P.O. BOX 958 Garden City, Kansas, 67846

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