Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 5, 1971 · Page 10
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 10

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COLLINS CATTLE CALL Why Promote Beef? Just Read This By AL NELSON A.l Nelson, your cartwnfet, with psin in hand filling in as "tool boss" tor Ed Collins while he coaitinues the pursuit of Beef Promotion on the East- Dr. M. D. Niedens Chiropractic Office 111 Main Garden City Hmirs 8:30—5:30 Tfcnr*..S€t. 8:30—12 ern Seaboard. You ask, "Why promote Beef?" — When Beef is at its highest level of the dacade- Mam, inflation erodes our economy on every front. Every labor union contract that is negotiated calls for higher wages, power companies aire granted a 13Va per cent across the board increase, taxes soar, operating costs double, and the federal govennimenit feeds inflation first wditih a postal increase of 6.cents <to 8 cemts for a postage stamp. Two cents doesn't sound like much? Mom, that is a 33 l-3rd per cent increase. Dressed Beef has fluctuated between the $45 and S50 neighborhood for a period of 3 years. Increased feed costs, higher interest rates, labor, maintenance, and operating costs contribute daily to acce'eraled expenses for Beef production. Ranchers, Feeders, Packers, and every one connected with the industry feels the constant drain on our life's savings to provide funds for our econom- ical survival. In no manner, *.t is possible to reduce our fixed cctts. Consequently, the need for "Beef promotion:." Comparative to the wage spiral and living costs in the metropolitan area, beef is the biggest bargain of the century produced by farmers and ranchers with little or no profit. Hens in the midwest, we produce top quai. ity, USDA choice beef to the consumer's specificatioms. We select oaitotle from the finest (herds, in the \west with blood lines that carry the "pedi- Reg. $2.49 PINKING SHEARS 99° Pr 135/134 SOFT AND SHEER VOILE FANCIES • GROUP INCLUDES GINGHAMS, VOILES. POTTED SWISS • ALL EASY CARE BLENDS • ALL 45" WIDE 400/403 SPORT DUCKS • DUCK. SAILCLOTH, CANVAS, POPLIN WEIGHTS • 100% COTTON • PERMA PRESS • 45" WIDE JUNE BLAZERS FABRIC SALE 287 BRIGHT COLORS FOR SUMMER WASHABLE KNITS • MACHINE WASHABLE • SOLIDS AND PRINTS • 85% ACETATE, 15% NYLON • 45" TO 54" WIDE YARD 770 GRANNY LOOK PEASANT PRINTS • POPULAR TINY PRINTS FOR MAXN LENGTH DRESSES • 100% COTTON • 45" WIDE • MACHINE WASH , YARD LINGERIE SPECIAL 1/2 INCH ELASTIC • IDEAL FOR COMFORTABLE STRETCH. TOP 'SLACKS AND SKIRTS, SLIPS & PANTIES • MACHINE WASHABLE • WHITE ONLY • FANTASTIC VALUEI 137 and 510 FHE PERFECT FABRIC FOR TRAVEL AND VACATION ft FULL BOLTS TUMBLE DRY, NO IRON • 100% DACRON POLYESTER 60" WIDE MACHINE WASH, DOUBLE KNITS • BEAUTIFUL SPRING AND SUMMER COLORS, WEIGHTS AND TEXTURES • CREPES. LACOSTA, OTTOMANS, TEAR-DROPS. OTHERS YARD • FULL BOLTS OF LUXURIOUS HEAVY WEIGHT JACQUARDS AND OTHER FANCY STITCHES • REG. $5.99 YARD YARD No. 649 TAFFETA Pieces Reg. 29e 1C YD. 103 PILLOWS GALORE SHREDDED FOAM • SOFT PILLOWS, STUFFED TOYS • FILLS EVENLY • EASY TO CSE. CLEAN • 100% POLYETHELINE • 1-LB. BAG BAG 294 Velvet Upholstery • FOR THAT ELEGANT LOOK • SMOOTH, PLUSH AND RIBBED • 54" WIDE • 100% COTTON VELVET • SCOTCHGARDED YARD SALE STARTS MONDAY PRICES GOOD THROUGH WED. fabrifl FABfiiCICENTEl 124 N. MAIN Garden City Tolegram Page 10 Saturday, June 5, 1971 gnees" that would have a long standing English Duke jealous. Oa/bfle are fed under ideal conditions with top quality grains and forage for a minimum of 6 months to a year.. Then, Mom, a most ironic situation occurs when the cattle leave your farm or fee-Hot and are slaughtered at a local pack- tag house.They Lose AH Identity. No longer .are quality cattle important. No longer is tine method in which the cattle were fed given any consideration.. Al! you have left, because of our indifference and negligence, is a red piece of meat that cannot be identified from competitive foreign beef produced cheaply without .this aforementioned expenses- Our Farms 'and Ranches can no longer prosper amid survive under the "slipshod" marketing methods that we have employed in the past. The time has come to stand on our own two feet amid "Shout" about the Top Quality product that you are producing. Tefll The Consumers. They have an unlimited "appetite" for Quality Beef. A man should be proud of Ms product and identify it with has name and brand. Live cattle carry your brand. Why not your beef carcass? With the identification of your product, you can create a market Mi/at wiM command a premium for *he "Cadillac of 'Beef." Your beef, Mom, and with it the financial (rewards that you 'are entitled to. Ex-Kansan Is Honored WASHINGTON (AP) _ The nation's highest civilian honor, the Medal of Freedom, was presented by President Nixon Wednesday *o William J. Hopkins, a native Kamsam who retired after 40 years' service in the White House. Hopkins, bom in 1910 in Neiba- waka, toagain government service as a junior clerk and ste- mognapher in Ohillicotlhe, Mo., in 1928. On his reibir«ment he was executive cHeiik in the White House office, which handles documents and cornespondence and serves as a clearing house for policy questions, procedural mart/tens and <the cair-rying out of policies by operating offices. Hopkins was detailed to the White House correspondencie section in 1951 and served under seven presidents. The presidential citaition, awarded in a brief, ceremony in the White House Rose Garden,, said, "Hopkins hais written a record of skMed and devoted service unique in te aimals of ifihe presidenicy." That's what you could call your telephone. Actually, i it's group insurance—ready to serve every member •i of your family. It can bring the familiar voice of friend or family. Or, if needed, a fireman, policeman or doctor* A telephone is home protection at its best... backed i by 70,000 Southwestern Bed telephone men and women. Like an insurance, it's good to know it's there when you need it "We may be.,. w Southwestern Bel PRICES GOOD THROUGH TUESDAY, JUNE 8 PEPS or DIET Dr. Pepper 6-PAK 16*ei. Bottlft Bonus Special Plus Deposit Texas Watermelons 28-Lb. Average and Up Grade A URGE BONUS SPECIAL Royal Ice Cream Vanilla Gallon Golden Ripe Bananas Lb. SCHLITZ BEER 6-Pak 12-oz. Bottles Low Every Day Discoune Price Bone In Round Steak Lb. Imitation Chunk Bologna Lb. 39 CRISCO SHORTENING Finest Vegetable 3-Lb. Can with *5.00 purchase or more NEW SUMMER HOURS MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 8 am to 10 pm SUNDAYS 9 am to 7 pm

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