The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 10, 1976 · Page 11
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The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas · Page 11

Hays, Kansas
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Friday, December 10, 1976
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HAYS DAILY NEWS l'A(iK il December 10, 1976 TAR •By CLAY R. POLL AN TAURUS Af *; u . 5-20-31-4 2-63-92-84 * v Your Doily AefMly Guidt H According (6 lh» S)or». " To develop message for Saturday, read words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign. 31 To 32 No 33 Romantic 34 Are 35 World 36 Today 7 Your 8 On 39 Top 40 Promises 41 To 42 Friends 43 Trust 44 Tie 451s 46 Possible 47 Especially 48 Cares 49 Contracts 50 Of 51 Obtain 61 By • 62 Desired 63 Then 64 Whimsical 65 Be 66 Your 67 You 68 To 69 Food 70 Or 71 Someone 72 Objectives 73 Mind 74 About 75 Fancies 76 Something 77 Vitol 78 Deeds 79 You 80 Renewed 81 World SUM2 52Acquotntonces82 Hove 83 Today 84 Fun 85 Admire 86 Today 87 The 88 Proper 89 Winds 90 Decisions € 12/11 Neutral 53 In 54 Could 55 Up 56 With 57 Due 58 Concerning 59 To 60 The UOITTAdlUJ NOV. it OK. II 1.14-25.364- CAPRICORN OK. It JAN. t» , 3-18-29-40, 61-71-79-8S( AQUAAIUS JAN. ill riscis HI. t» MA*. 10 ^, 12-23-34-46/r; 57-48-88-90 ~ Bennett Chides Surplus Talk 13 Sp«clol No*lc«i NEED A family to live with before December 20th. Call 6J5-2742 and aslt for Trina. LOGANS AUTO Repair Shop is now open at 1208 Vine behind Hays Electronics building. Open 6 days .a week from 8:30 till 5:30. TEMPO HUMIDIFIERS Health Benefits Saves Heating Bills Eliminates Dry Air Better Plants-Furniture Special Purchase $49.88 to $97.95 Use Your Credit At TEMPO lassified SALINA (HNS) - Kansas' vaunted treasury surplus is "a figment of a politician's imagination," Gov. Robert Bennett said here Wednesday night, and when the red line crosses the blue line, the state is in trouble. That could happen before long, depending on legislative action on popular spending programs and unpopular tax increases, he said. Bennett brought charts and graphs to his "Conversation with Kansans" here. About 175 attended the 2-hour session. He used the blue line to chart state revenue and the red line for expenditures in an effort to show what's happening to Kansas' coffers. By the end of this fiscal year, he said, the balance will be 12 percent of the state's $800 million budget, bringing the red line too close to the blue for comfort. "We are not the federal government," he reminded. "We cannot print money and we cannot borrow money. All we can do is develop priorities for spending what you send us in the manner you want it spent." In other highlights of the governor's wide-ranging discussion of Kansas' problems and potentials: — Bennett gave one questioner no assurance that Kansas would continue state- controlled meat plant inspection rather than turning th.e function over to the federal government. Such a move would save about $1 in taxes, he said. — He gave a Salina hospital official little encouragement in the latter's protest of plans to cut ' hospitalization payments for general- assistance welfare patients. Bennett said the only patients involved would be the "working poor," and confirmed the Social and Rehabilitation Service is "trying to limit its involvement in the general medical assistance area." — The governor told one of , several nursing-home administrators present that he hopes the state won't need to reduce payments to homes for I indigent patients, "but it goes •' back to the taxpayers.... What can they afford?" — Bennett predicted the current low wheat prices "will slow the rate of growth" in state income to an inflation- adjusted rate of about 2 percent, "but should not, at this point, change the direction of state revenues." — He anticipated no tax Optometrist Receives Fine ULYSSES (HNS) — A Ulysses optometrist has been fined $1,000 and placed on three years' probation after pleading guilty to a charge of theft of mail. Dr. William C. Reppart entered a plea of guilty in U.S. District Court at Wichita to one count charging him with illegally obtaining eyeglasses contained in C.O.D. packages at the Ulysses post office. Reppert was indicted lasl July by a federal grand jury in Kansas City on the charge. Federal prosecutors said in July that the glasses, which had been mailed to Reppart by a Hutchinson optical firm, had been removed from their packages while clerks at the post office weren't looking. The Hutchinson company filed claims with the Postal Service for the missing merchandise after the empty unpaid-for packages were returned to them. increase "unless (the legislature) goes crazy with new programs;" said he has "suggested" the Fish and Game commission cut the current hunting season off Jan. 1; and was noncommital on an audience suggestion to raise the mill-levy limit on state-ordered programs such as special and vocational education. • Too Late To Classify PUBLIC AUCTION TOMORROW at the Paint Peddler, 226 West 9th, Hays. Needlework, art supplies, antiques, and much more. CHRISTMAS! IRISH setter puppies. Champion bloodlines. Field and show. Reserve now. 316-793-6943. |7 Schools-Instructions _ OPENING AN afternoon session, January 3 for children 4-5 years old. Wee Friends Nursery School, Mrs. Louise Younger, 2700 Walnut, 62&-6159. 20 Help Wonted GASOLINE ISLAND employee for immediate employment. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free medical and other fringe benefits. Apply in writing to 6ox C-134 c-o Hays Daily News. FOR SALE — excellent 4-H or youth show horse. Loud colored, 3 year old Appaloosa gelding. Training started. Good with kids. Call 628-1789. FOR RENT — Mobile home, ideal for two girls or couple. 625-5584. 61 FORD Falcon. Any offer. 628-8939. EFFICIENCY APARTMENT, near college, utilities paid. $80 625-6276. Dial 628-1081 The 1964 Civil Rights Act prohibits with certain exceptions discrimination because of sex. Since some occupations are considered more attractive to persons of one sex than the other advertisements are placed under the male nr female columns for convenience of readers. Such listings are not intended to exclude persons of either sex. IF THE PAPER DOESN'T COME Weekdays Call Between 6 and 7 p.m. Sunday Call Between 8 and 10 a.m: 628-1081 —WANT AD RATES— Minimum Charge 1st Day SI.50 I day. per word I If :i days, same ad per word not 6 days, same ad per word S4» Each additional day per wor<l W Deadline for Classification :|:(KI p.m.. day before publication Ads received after :t:UO and unlil 9::iO am day of publication will not be classified. Above rates apply in Hays trade territory only Obituaries and Card of Thanks—per word 7r The News. while exercising reasonable care in accepting ads, warns those answering to investigate them and be careful nf any ads requiring a cash remittance. SALES MEN or women, $900 to $1500 per month. I need experienced insurance or trainee salespeople who need $1,000 a month plus. New sales products in annuities, life, BI policies are how being introduced to our policy owners. We need representatives to follow up the several hundred direct mail inquires which are being received locally every month. Call Way Eikleberry at 913-827-0443, Bankers Life and Casualty Co. Equal Opportunity Company. AVON NEED EXTRA $$ TO MAKE CHRISTMAS MERRIER? Earn it as an Avon Representative. Show and sell beautiful gifts, quality jewelry and cosmetics in your spare time. I'll be glad to show you how. Call: 913-625-3550 COORDINATOR FOR family planning clinic. Half-time position. Salary open. Health care experience desirable. Send applications including summary of experience and educaiton to Box C-131, care of Hays Daily News before December 12. An Equal Opportunity Employer. 12 Lost-Found-Stroved LOST — poodle, white, female. In vicinity of 15th and Vine on September 1st. Reward. 628-2617 or 628-1906. 13 Special Notices DENVER POST — Sunday delivery. 628-1509 .\VAILABLE AGAIN. "Conquering the Wind," the story of the Volga-Germans who tamed the Kansas prairie in Ellis county 100 years ago, is now in its fourth printing and again available through the Hays Daily News. The price is $9.27 over the counter or $9.77 by mail, tax included. NOW BOOKING Christmas Parties contact Night and Day DAN KELLER 625-7202 After 6:00 Wedding Photography By Scott Seirer 625-7052 WANTED Appliance salesman, excellent salary opportunity. Paid vacations, group insurance benefits. Apply in person at: Montgomery Ward Centennial Shopping Center VOLUNTARY AGENCY Voluntary health agency has an immediate opening for a mature Individual to work with .volunteer recruitment. Activities consist of community organization for agency programs. Must be capable of working with minimum of direct supervision and have a strong desire to succeed. Must have good car to travel a large area of Western Kansas. Must live in area assigned. For immediate interview, send resume to: Arthritis Foundation, 1602 East Waterman, Wichita, Ks. 67211, or call Mr. Blackwell (316) 2630116. An Equal Opportunity Employer HARDEES IS now taking applications (or full and part time work. Equal Opportunity Employer. 27th and Vine. PREPARE TAX RETURNS FOR ISC FINANCIAL HOUSE Work from January 10 to April 15 In our office. If you are interested In Tax Preparation, call Chris Scheurer, Assistant Vice President at 913-625-3471 or come in between the hours of 8:30 and 5:30. Retired people definitely considered. Experience very helpful but not a definite requirement. ISC FINANCIAL HOUSE 1111 Main Hays, Kansas CONQUERING THE WIND" is once again in stock! A perfect X-mas Gift! Get yours now at The Hays Daily News Oster Kitchen Center food preparation appliance powerful • heavy duty MIXER - BLENDER - FOOD GRINDER avocado - harvest gold Reg. $114.95 SALE WIESNERS Basement Dept. f2) "PERSIAN LUXURY" OR "NORTHERN LIGHTS" Two value packed 100% nylon Kitchen prints in colors you'll have to see to believe. Ideal for family room, too. Reg. $6.25 sq. yd. OLD FASHIONED PRICE $ 5 75 I/itzt um Decorating Center 113 East 13th Hays, Kansas HAYS BOOKLAND 207 West 10th 625-6254 The Father Christmas Letters by J. R. R. Tolkien Finding My Father by Rod McKuen The World Before by Ruth Montgomery OPEN THURSDAY EVENING 'TILL 8:30 Be All You Can Be. READ Model H584W • Features Allegro Series I Amplifier with 2.5 watts min. RMS per channel from 100 Hz to 10 kHz into 8 ohms at no more than 1% total harmonic distortion. AM/FM/Stereo FM Tuner. Stereo Precision Record Changer. Shown with Zenith Allegro 1000 speaker systems. Simulated wood cabinet; grained Walnut finish. 10th & Main Downtown Hays 625-3115 'Motorola 8 Track A Real Blast In Value __ _________________________ Model TM124S. Individual left and right volume controls, Manual Program Selector. Program Indicator. Tone Control. Precision Head (no fine tuning adjustment needed). Solid State reliability. Designed to fit in tight places.. One Year Parts $O95 And Labor Warranty OQ Mm S . . sen. 2004 VINE Hoys, Ks. Treasure Chests Christmas Special Reg. $25.99 Now $20 Open 10-9 Daily Sunday 1-5 YOUR CRAFTS & HOBBY SUPPLY STORE SCHLEGEL'S Downtown Hays 115 West 10th BOOKS The Top 10 In PAPERBACKS The Choir Boys Wicked Loving Lies POETRY Helen Steiner Rice Rod McKuen •GIFT SETS •ASSORTED HARD BACKS World Of Wonder in the Mall BAROMETER Reg. $15.77 Now $11.95 PLAINSAAANS 1017 East 13th Hays 710 Main Santa's Jumping For Joy At These C H R I S T M A All Guitar Strings 25% Off Fantastic Savings On Alvarez Yairi Steel String Guitars. 'Your Christmas Heqdquarters AAlDWEST /V 'USIC 119 W. 10 Hays The New 1977 Subaru 4 Wheel Drive Coming \ Soon! Rupp's Toyota at Interstate Imports 1-70 & Highway 183 Hays 628-2855 or 625-7361 Now Available Complete Line Of F i R E P L A C E ACCESSORIES AT (Hearth & Home Center 51501 E. 27 Hays 625-3411 Formerly Robinson Color Center Total Joy By Marabel Morgan Author of "Total Woman" BLUE BANNER CHRISTIAN BOOK STORE 703 Fort Roller Derby Street King SHOE SKATES CHRISTMAS the ideal time to give a Gift That Will Last Forever A Diamond From Hobart M. Cable fine quality pianos since the turn of the century Shown Here Console Model In Walnut J Was $1,495.00 $ 1,055°° HAYS MUSIC COMPANY, INC. Downtown Hays 625-34181 JUSTIN'S , GIFTS For The Home Bedding SPECIAL ORDERS Chairs ON FLEXSTEEL Lamps Sofas & Chairs Planters Over 1200 Clocks Different Fabrics "Your Interior Decora/or" Bedroom Furniture Dining Room Furniture Living Room Furniture Wall Accessories Pictures JUSTIN'S FURNITURE 6»h & Main Hays 625-7318 TYCO ELECTRIC TRAIN Rohr Jewelry 709 Main Hoys 625-9327 Reg. $8.99 pair Open Sundays 1-5 Weekdays 9-8 OTASCO 1501 Main Hays Do Your Xmas Shopping EARLY/ MAKE THIS THE SWEETEST CHRISTMAS EVER NO. 7318 REG. $27.88 A SET The electric train is H O scale with locomotive & 4 freight cars. 36" x 45" track. Power pack. PRICE EFFECTIVE NOW THRU DEC. 19th Give Russell Stover Candy Open Daily 9 to 8:30 Saturdays 9 to 5:30 Sundays 1 to 5:00 ABC Hallmark Hays 1007 Main HAYS DAILY NEWS GIFT SUBSCRIPTION (Clip and Mail To) Hays Daily News, 507 Main, Hays, Kansas 67601 I Would Like A Gift Subscription of the Hays Daily News Sent to: Name . Address _, . 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