The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 13, 1976 · Page 2
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The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas · Page 2

Hays, Kansas
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Monday, December 13, 1976
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December 13, 1976 I'AGK 2 HAYS DAILY NEWS at Dillons! CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE WINNERS! *1,000. 00 Winner JOYD.WIENS Hutchinson, KS Winner BRENDA DAVIS Mayfield, KS $50.oo Winner MARTI SMITH Larned, KS and these lucky winners too. MRS. H.W. HOUTZ • Newton, KS JEAN KEMP Newton, KS PHYLLIS J. DAVIS Salina, KS MRS. HUGH ROONEY Salina, KS CRAIG JOHNSON Salina, KS CLAY MARTIN Leon, KS HAROLD J. LINDSAY Towanda, KS JO HOLT Wichita, KS EDWARD M. JANSEN Manhattan, KS JENNIFER TUTTLE Manhattan, KS GARY CLARK Haviland, KS JACKIE MCCOWAN Wichita, KS J.A. ROBERTSON PoncaCity, OK KENNETH WHITAKER .... Ponca City, OK SIMONE SMITH Ponca City, OK JAMES A. MOON Ponca City, OK IRENE WILSON Wellington, KS MARSHA REDFORD Wellington, KS GARY HUNTER Salina, KS LAVERNE ERB Great Bend, KS MARIE DENNIS Junction City, KS LLOYD L. NIERNBERGER Manhattan, KS DELORES LOPEZ Garden City, KS LINDA TRUJILLO Garden City, KS CONNIE MADER Garden City, KS MRS. C.E. MCCABE Hutchinson, KS JOYCE WILKEN Garden City, KS MRS. PAT KREHBIEL Hutchinson, KS DOROTHY ELLIOTT Hutchinson, KS DIANE FLOOD Hays, KS LARRY PICKERILL Sterling, KS GEORGE SNYDER Emporia, KS MRS. GEORGE VAN HOOK Hutchinson, KS LINDA K. PATTERSON Hutchinson, KS ED FLOWERS . Topeka, KS RICHARD HEFLY Lawrence, KS MRS. O.B. IMEL Lawrence, KS TAMRA ZEIGLER Hays, KS DALE E. PLUSH Wichita, KS NANCY DENNETT Auguna. KS RAY RANGE Wichita, KS GAYLENE BENNETT Wichita, KS JACKIE REID Wichita, KS BETTY J. VRANA Wichita, KS CHERYL WASSON Winfield, KS JUANI.TA LUCE Winfield, KS MRS. JUDY BUNCH Larned, KS RUTH BURTON Dodge City, KS E.R. FAULKNER Dodge City, KS MRS. MARY OCKER Hutchinson, KS JUDY MAY St. John, KS MRS. BRET WARD Hutchinson, KS PAMELA R. WILLIAMS Lawrence, KS FRAN BELDEN Wichita, KS IRENE NAURAT Newton, KS YOU MIGHT BE THE NEXT LUCKY WINNER! Get a free Instant Money ticket with each visit. ODDS CHART Prllt VllUI $1000 $100 SO 20 5 2 1 Totlll Instant Gamt 70 140 2,000 5.000 53,300 60.510 Gam* 70 210 140 420 840 Tolll Prim 70 210 2)0 560 2.000 5.000 53.300 61,350 Tolll t Vllut 70.000 21.000 10.600 11.200 10.000 10.000 53.300 186.000 Odd* lor 1 Slot* Vitit in 128.571 in 43,857 in 42.857 in 16,071 in 4.500 in 1.800 1 in 169 I'm 147 Oddtlor 13 Slort Viiil. in 9,890 m 3,2% in 3,296 in 1,236 in 346 in 138 1 in 13 1 in 11 "Odd! lor 26 Ston Vitill in 4.945 in 1,648 in 1.648 in 618 in 173 in 69 in 65 in 5.6 3.$t»«coll«clorMulii on collector card. Holton Hotel Fire Kills Five Elderly Residents HOLTON, Kan. (UPI) - A fire in a turn-of-the-century hotel killed five elderly real- dents early Sunday, and officials said careless smoking may have been the cause. The victims' names were being withheld until they could be confirmed through dental records. The badly burned bodies were believed to be four men and one woman. The 19 other persons registered at the hotel, most of them permanent residents, were 'all accounted for by Sunday afternoon. Two of the residents were injured when they escaped by jumping from second story windows. Another escaped by an old-fashioned chain fire escape. Loren Gibson, 86, was in fair condition at Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka with bruises and contusions. Frank' Etterback, the second resident who jumped, was Lawsuit To Void Election Dropped admitted to the VA Hospital in Topeka. Chester Frear, 23, an ambulance attendant, suffered back injuries, several sprains and contusions when he slipped on ice created by water from fire hoses. He was in fair condition at Stormont Vail. One of the victims Was the, man who notified the manager of the City Hotel of the fire about 2:30 a.m. Officials said he left the hotel, went back in for his cat and was unable to find his way out. The manager of the 75-year- old hotel reported it as a mattress fire to the.Holton Public Safety Department, across the street from the hotel, but the brick and wood hotel quickly burst into' flames. The hotel, on the northwest corner of square in this northeast Kansas community, was reduced to rubble. Fire Chief Warren Baum said a cigarette may have been left smoldering on a mattress or couch and the fire spread quickly. However, he said, "Smoking is guesswork because the only man that knows is dead." OAS Calls For Less Money, More Trade AKRON, Ohio (UPI) Alejandro Orfila. secretary- general of the Organization of American States, called Sunday for less direct financial assistance and more export trade • to Latin America's developing countries. • ( In a commencement speech to Akron University graduates, Orfila said direct U.S. foreign investment in Latin America doubled from $10.2 billion in 1964 to nearly $20 billion in 1975. COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) A U.S. District Court Judge Monday dismissed a.suit filed in an attempt to void the Nov. 2 presidential election in Ohio in which Jimmy Carter won the state's 25 electoral votes. The ruling against a coalition of U.S. Labor, Republican and American Party representatives came just hours before Ohio Secretary of State Ted W. Brown convened Carter's electors in the Ohio House of Representatives Chamber. Judge Joseph Kinneary, who last Thursday denied a preliminary " injunction requested by the plaintiffs to void the election, said in a nine-page opinion thai the plaintiffs had failed to show any fraud which deprived voters Of their constitutional rights. ' Kinneary held a hearing Saturday on the merits of the case. "Plaintiffs have, at most, established a number of in-, stances in which state officials failed to follow procedures mandated by state law," Kinneary wrote. "However, without some evidence of intent, at least, such a showing does not establish a deprivation of a constitutional right. "Moreover, the record does not disclose a shred of evidence.that any or all of the 25 , Democratic party presidential electors were involved, remote or proximately, directly or indirectly in the alleged acts of election fraud." Kinneary directed the plaintiffs to reimburse the state for the cost of becoming involved in the law suit. The Labor Party had initiated the suit based upon alleged fraud in major urban counties where they accused organized labor and other groups of conspiring to register and vote for ineligible persons. ARIES O\ 9-14-23-35 ^55-56-80-85 TAURUS APR; 20 M/*V 20 , 8-19-22-28 '67-77-86-90 LEO jw r 2j ....dUG, 22 4- 5-13-16 31 -49-57 VIRGO A MS ' filF HPT. 12 \ 36-45-46-59 -S/ ) 65-72-78 •By CLAY R POLLAN- . K Your Doi/y Activity Guide ;K » According to the Start. ' To develop message for Tuesday, read words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign. 1 Good 31 Slock 2 Favored ' 32 Romantic 3 Excellent 33 Them 4 Welcome 34 Or 5 Opportunities 35 In o Put 7 Day 8 Analyze 9 Chances 10 For 11 Solve 12 Take 13 That •14 To 15 Gatherings 16 Will 17 Problems 18 Forth 19 Information 20 With 21 Extra ' 22 And 23 Invest 24 Accept 25 Put 26 For 27 It 28 Hints 29 Easy 30 Financial 36 Don't 37 Meetings 38 Effort 39 Extend 40 Factor 41 Invita ons 61 Baffling 62 Competitive 63 Co-workers 64 Defer 65 Code 66 Arguments 67 Given 68 Should 69 World 70 Freely 71 Dates 72 Of 73 Decisions 74 Joyously 75 Be 76 You 42 To 43 Socia 44 Friend 45 Critic 46 The 47 Agreements 77 By 48 Relations 78 Another 49 Up 50 Avoid 51 Behind 52 In 53 May 54 Be 55 Reliable 79 Promoted 80 Are 81 For 82 Of 83 Loved 84 Ones 85 Attractive 56 Commodities 86 Other 57 Gains 87 Business 58 With . 88 Good 59 Persona 89 Tactfully 60 And 90 People Neutral ^\ /CT5\ QlpGood (g) Adverse . LIBRA 3CPT. 23 11-17-25-33^ 51-76-81-88^ SCORPIO HOY. 24-34-39-41? 43-70-74 SAGITTARIUS NO,. 22 OK. 21 6-18-21-38 42-50-66 CAPRICORN DEC. 22 JAN. .9 3- 7-26-32fC 37-47-71 v AQUARIUS JAN. 20 K6. IS 1-48-58-63/ 68-75-79-89 PISCES fit. 19 30-40-53-54 61-64-73 Agency On Aging Seeking Ideas At Public Hearings Holrttyllng For M*n and Women THRU, SATURDAY APPOINTMENT OR WALKM Located Dillons Shopping Center PHONE 628-3142 27Ih 4 Hall The Nqrthwest Kansas Area Agency on Aging will conduct four public meetings on the needs and interests of older citizens during the next few weeks. The hearings will allow older citizens a chance to contribute to the overall program planning for the area. Suggestions and recommendations obtained at the hearings will be reviewed by the individual county councils on aging. Based on the results of the county councils, program for the entire Northwest Kansas area will be drawn up. Current programs the area agency is involved in include transportation, senior centers, winterizing and home repair and informational services. In addition to older adults themselves, anyone working with the elderly is urged to attend the public hearings. Nursing home personnel, mental health associations, public health officials and city and county government of- .ficials are particularly invited to listen and share. Those who are unable to attend may submit a written statement to the Northwest Kansas Area Agency on Aging, 208 E. 7th, Hays, KS. 67601. Hearings are scheduled in: Goodland, Senior Adult Center, Dec. 15, 10 a.m.; Oberlin, Golden Age Recreation Center, Jan. 4, 10 a.m.; Phillipsburg, National Guard Armory, Jan. 12, 10 a.m.; Osborne, First State Bank, Jan. 19, 10 a.m. Dennis The Menace MASSACRE ! TAKES YOU ALL THE WAY! II 7:15* 8:45, <3B»fJ[ VI Hays VFW & Auxiliary Members < Stag & Stagette , Dec. 16th SERVING AT 7:00 P.M. Barbecued Pork & Fried Chicken Thursday, 3 < "SEE? EVERY TIME WE WALKTHROUGH HERE,THEY ALL STOP TALWN',..iT/VlUSr 86 SCMETHIN' J|J|(y!" 4 mid amenta 'heatres '5.00 Per Couple or '3.00 Per Person YOUR RESERVATION WOULD BE APPRECIATED New Year's Eve Reserved Seat Tickets Now On Sale Christmas Night Dance December 25th WEEKNIGHIS 7 '.80 FBI 7 •SAT..SUN. 15 & 9:00 Sun Mat 1:30 J8 feel of gut-crunching i man-eating terror! 4 Evenings 7:00 No Deposit 8:30 Sun Mat 1:30 WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' 0 DEPOSIT \0RETURN .-J . ANDREW. RICHARD J CEORCE ' PRIME JAECKfl ' [FfaDD AO 35 • COLOR by Movie Lab |pQl 2925Vln«« 628-1211 Walt Disiu-vs mnollMiite and the SviK'ii Duku-fc 2925 Vino 628-1211

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