The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 14, 1976 · Page 2
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December 14, 1976 PAGE 2 HAYS DAILY NEWS Roy Would Take HEW Post TOPEKA, Kan. (UPI) — Former 2nd District Congressman Dr. Bill Roy says he has been contacted informally by several members of President-elect Jimmy Carter's staff about a possible appointment to a position in the new administration. "My interest is only in one position in that department (Health, Education and Welfare) and that's the secretary- ship," Hoy said. "But there are lots of people qualified for the job and 1 don't place any great hope that I'll be the one to get it." Roy said he has had no official contact with the Carter administration. "T'vc had unofficial, or maybe you could call them informal contacts," he said. "But I can't evaluate those contacts now. "I'd rather not go into those conversations," he said. Roy said the contacts have been made over a period of time. "Until 1 hear from one of about three people, I don't place great emotional stock in these contacts," Roy said, _ indicating Carter was one of' three formal contacts. He would not name the other two. "It's just a judgment on my part that those two people are the ones working the most closely with Carter," Roy said. "I'm not interested in any other position. It would have to be a really unusual contract for me to take any other position, and,I don't see that now because I prefer to stay in Kansas." Roy, a lawyer and a doctor, is currently director of medical education at St. Francis Hospital. The former congressman, who lost a Senate bid to Sen. Robert Dole, R-Kan., said he received several telephone calls Monday from persons outside the Carter camp offering to support him as an assistant HEW secretary. But Roy said he advised them he would not be interested in assistant positions. Roy said he does not think Carter has decided yet who will be HEW secretary. "I've talked to people who are so well-informed they would have known if he'd chosen anyone," Roy said. Robert Brock, a Topeka businessman who was Carter's financial chairman in I "Snow White" And I I "No Depoill — No Return" I I At 7iOO J STEVE DUSTHL FFmRn "S*t the nudtnt body that every body u/anu to f*t inut" — "-Student c Body Sun. Mot. 1:30 7:30 [ 7:158^:00 ' mall cinema 2 2925 Vine 628-1211 Kansas, said he has received several contacts from Carter staff members about Roy. "I think Bill's under serious consideration for several positions," Brock said. "I don't think it's getting too late. I think he's still got a chance." Officers Check Burglary, Theft Burglars entered the home of Mrs. Olive I. Hays, R.R. 2 Ellis, sometime over the weekend and removed $120. Mrs. Hays told Ellis County Sheriff's deputies she was out of town and discovered the burglary when she returned Monday. The Hays Police Department is investigating the weekend theft of a car battery. Bob Hoff, 503 E. 4th, told police Monday that someone cut the battery cables and took the battery sometime between Friday night and Sunday morning. Veterans Service Jon Denton of Stockton, service representative of the Kansas Veterans' Commission, will be at the Job Service Center in Hays at 1 p.m. Thursday, to assist veterans, their dependents or survivors with matters pertaining to veterans' benefits. ~] NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE Model H50 Come in and register. No purchase necessary. Will be given away Dec. 23rd. SEWING CENTER 620 East 8Mi - Hays 1000 Main Street Hays, Kansas HOURS Man. Thru Fri. 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sal. 9 to 5:30 SUNDAYS 1 to 5 30% Discount ON THE ENTIRE STOCK #988 Trail Blazer Break Opon Action Fires 12 Shot Ring Capi-Strait| DU (ait M*tal Rt»Mng dwrnktr Rig. $7.57 DISCOUNT PRICE $ 5 3 ° 4 Ft. Artificial Scotch Pine Tree This Flame Resistant PVC U!e.llke Scotch Pine Has Beautiful Proportioned Branches. No Tip Stand. Decorations Not Included. Reg. $8.88 Discount $(^22 Price #7829 Photo Album Self Adhesive Photo Albums Handsome Sell Adhesive Album Eliminates Paste, Corner*. 8—Shoots, IP/4 x IO</4. Refills Available. « Reg " " ~' ~ ' $3.49. Discount Price 244 Colorful Print Acrylic Polyester Blanket Reg. $6.99 Discount Price $4.99 Solids - Pastel Colors Reg. $3.99 Discount Price NOTHING HELD BACK! HURRY WHILE SELECTION LASTS! All Sales Final! Dennis The Menace Local Notes Bennett To Visit Governor Robert Bennett brings his series of "town hall meetings" to Hays Wednesday night, one of 12 such meetings in Western Kansas. The Hays meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. at the Experiment Station auditorium. Accompanying Bennett will be several cabinet members, possibly including Secretary of Agriculture Bill Duitsman,' former Superintendent of the local Experiment Station. Bennett and staff members of the Kansas Department of Economic Development will also meet with the Hays Chamber of Commerce economic development committee Wednesday. : : "I have found that Kansa'fls indeed are concerned abdut the future of our state and are eager to make their concerns known," Bennett said Tuesday. Some 1,200 persons have attended the meetings since they began November 23. . •': "I appreciate the mafly suggestions which have been made at these meetings;." Bennett said. "The meetirtgs have been valuable to me its governor and, I hope, valuable to those Kansans who ha.ve participated." :'• The 7:30 meeting is open;to the public. •'. lA/ow! THOSE PRICES ARE aw \ I GUESS I'ujusr HAVE TO 6W6MY/toWTrlE QUARTER FDR CHRISTMAS." Victims Testify In Sniping Trial Traffic Hearing Set A public hearing on proposed changes in Hays traffic patterns will be at 7 p.m. Tuseday in the District Courtroom of the Ellis County Courthouse. Suggested changes involve the central business district, the 8th and Elm and 12th and Elm intersections, one block of Elm Street between 12th and 13th streets and severed major intersections along Vine Street. Bill Strait of Bucher arid Willis Engineers will attend the meeting to explain the proposals. City Commissioners will also be present. WICHITA, Kan. (UPI) Denise Guseman and her friends heard the shots as they drove along a crowded downtown street and thought a bank robbery was in progress. Then" one of the bullets hit Miss Guseman in the neck. "I was saying, 'God, help me,' and wondering if I was going to die," Miss Guseman, 17, testified Monday in the trial of a man charged with the Aug. 11 sniping attack which killed three persons and wounded seven others. Michael Soles, 19, has pleaded innocent by reason of insanity to the charges. Miss Guseman testified that she, her sister Penny and two friends were riding in a car on Douglas Avenue, in front of the Holiday Inn Plaza, the highest building in Kansas. The sniper fired from a balcony on the building's 24th floor. "We heard a few shots, and someone said, 'Someone must be robbing the banK,'" Miss Guseman testified. "I was driving around the curve and saw this car stopped when I was shot. It was a pretty hard blow and I just fell right over." Miss Guseman was in the car behind that of free-lance photographer Joe Goulart, who was killed by one of the bullets, said policeman Gary Olson. Olson said he had parked hjs patrol car and was trying to aid another officer help the Gusemans when "a gentleman ran up and said, 'I think you better check this (Dodge) Dart.'" "I went over to the car and saw 1 a~rnan lying face down with his head on the floor of the passenger's car," Olson testified. "When I turned him over and pulled him out of the car, I recognized who it was. "It was Joe Goulart. After I got him out of the car, I was satisfied in my own mind that Mr. Goulart was dead." Olson and Miss Guseman were among about a dozen witnesses who testified to the details of the sniping incident. Final Swine Flu Clinic Set The last swine flu clinic of the year will be from 1-7 p.m. Thursday in the Ellis County courthouse basement. Bivalent vaccine is available for persons 45 and older and those with chronic illnesses. Monovalent vaccine is available for ages 18-44. persons 18-24 should receive a second dose of flu vaccine one month after the first dose for sufficient immunity against swine flu. The Health Department will open at 10 a.m. instead of 8 a.m. Thursday morning. Ann Landers Has An Answer Needing Help Dear Ann Landers: I have a problem that has destroyed my desire to live or work. For 20 years I have' been a dedicated husband and father. My relationship with my wife was built on love and devotion. It's almost as if we have been on a honeymoon all these years. My wife was a virgin when we were married and I would have trusted her anywhere with anyone. My. confidence was completely shattered six months ago when I discovered by accident that she was carrying on an affair with another man. This • was bad enough, but when I learned she was paying for the motel rooms with the money I worked so hard to earn, it was more than I could stand. My wife has begged me to forgive her — promised it will never happen again, but I am so hurt I just can't seem to forgive and forget as you have advised so often in your column. I haven't made love to her in six months and fdon't want anyone else. The only way our marriage will ever get back to where it was is if my wife goes before our minister and renews the vows she had broken. In order for this to have real meaning she would have to offer to do it on her own. I don't want the idea to come f,rpm nie. You could help us both by printing this letter and making a few comments. Sign me — Needing Assistance. Dear Needing: If an idea is a good bne,, what difference does it make where it qpmes from? If your wife sees this column she'll KNOW it came from you. So what? I strongly recommend that you , renew your • vows TOGETHER. This procedure is not uncommon on anniversaries. Let the past bury its dead or you'll never have peace of mind. never written to you before because I thought I was too young. Well now I have a serious problem and I may still be too young but I am writing anywdy. I am worried about a neat boy in my room at school. Whenever I look at him he starts to 'eat paper and erasers. The teacher says it. is because he likes me and he is just showing off. I am afraid if he keeps this up he will get sick and die and it will be my fault. What should I do about this problem? — Worried Girl Dear Girl: Nothing. Don't reward his crazy behavior by letting him know you are worried. If he finds out be might start to drink ink. Be pleasant when he acts normal. When he goes in for the funny stuff pay no attention to him whatsoever.-'. Dear Ann Landers: I'm a ten-year-old girl who has , Dear Ann Landers: Will you please settle another family argument? You'd think the answer to this question could be looked up somewhere but we can't find it. Please tell us who pays for the groom's gold wedding band when there's a double-ring ceremony? Thank you. — Uninformed Dear Un: The bride. CONFIDENTIAL to All Victims or Relatives of Victims Who Suffer From Ataxia (A hereditary nerve degenerative disorder): Please contact The National Ataxia Foundation, 4225 Golden Valley Road, Mm- neap9lis, Minn. 55422. This organization needs to know who and where the victims are so they can give assistance. Some people know exactly t hat they want. £.f There are some people who know precisely what they want in a fine whiskey. They want a true sour mash whiskey, made the time- honored traditional way, and aged six full years in oak casks. And they're not swayed by fancy prices. That's why those people search out Kentucky Gentleman Sour Mash Whiskey. Because some people won't settle for less of a whiskey. Even a more expensive one. Kentucky Gentleman. Sour Mash. Straight from Kentucky And proud of it. You can see alt the fascinating lore of whiskey-making at the Barton Distillery and Mu of Whiskey History in Bardstown, Ky. Mrke it a point to drop in if you're out our way. Don't flunk your chemistry test. Love is more than one set of glands calling to another. If you have trouble making" a distinction you need Ann's booklet, "Love or Sex and How to Tell the Difference." Send a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope with your request and 50 cents in coin'to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 1400, Elgin, 111. 60120, £*? v

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