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December is, 1976 PACK HAYS DAILY NEWS Commissioners Proceedings The followinR worn npprovod nml ordered pnld for the month of September, 1976 (JKNKRAI.— Olinn A.Bellman 557.10, (larindn S. Ilerry 6fil 10, tUchard M. Berry 750.77. Mike Ililllnncr Jr. 824.90, W. J. itllllnger 675.00. Terry Lynn IVxif 5581)0. Jnmrs K. Brny 832.60, Donna M. Drcilinn 347.17, Mary H. Englerl 8.13.14, Mnrk Kdwnrd Evans 690.69, Volma Cilebler 548.00. l>conard HnlllnR 195,18. Han llnwley 7.1.08. Bruce llcrlel 91.1.30, Virginia Herzog 675.00, William M Jclcr 400.00, Diana K. Jones 505.00. Albcrtn Klaus 571.00, Harold (1 Kraus M6.M, Gltherl Kulm 808.38. Marilyn Kuhn 552.74. Alex J. tang 595 00. Miirlha Ung 44B.OO.Virglnla l.inenbcrger 68.1.70. Wm F. May 595.00, Carol Aim Nclhardl 468.00. If. J. Nlernbcrgor 660.23. Denlsc Parker 485.00. Margnn i A Pfclfcr 460.00. Frank I. Keesc 838.00. Karen Ann Itohr 448.0(1. Kmer\ .1 Home 740,35, Simon Holh Jr. 770.12. Kiise Ann Rupp 466.00. Eugene SchiMncllcr 396.34. Richard K. Schmidt 893.64. Neal B. Sen- mldtbergcV vi.i no. Mary Jo Schoenlhnler 478.02, Ilinmns J. Scott 1666.68. Waller J St.i.ili 1IB9 (XUnnel K. Sutler 431.00. Jcrel A tlherl 674.00, Clara Wallers 571 no Bernard J. Wnsinger 396 34. David (!. Wnsingcr 1050.00. Krnnelh I.< r Welt/. 300 00. Krnest J. Wcrlh 636.20, Wayne W. Wilson 913.30, Alice T Wimlliolz 526.00, Total Salary 30,696.59, Federal Withholding for Sept 3.53H vi Slate Withholding for Sept. 460.09, Soclill Security 1,795.70. Blue Cross Hli'e Shield i,483.17. Ks. Public Employees Retirement 871.67, Union No :.: I Dues 90.32. Total Net Salary 22.464.85. CIVII. HI I- KNKK — Cheryl I.. Schmcidlcr 548.00. II. I.. Wliitficld 734.00. Total Saliir i 1.334.39. Federal Withholding for Sopl 85.60. Stale Withholding for Sept 11 I.!. Social Security 78.06. Blue Cross-Blue Shield 64 II. Ks Public Employee'- Retirement 51.28. Total Net Salary I,04c4.22. EliMI linv - Sheila Massaglin 420.00. DeAnn Schmidt 402.00. Total Salary m; «i. Federal Withholding for Scpl. 81.26. Stale Withholding for Scpl 'in .W Social Security 51.59. Tolal Net Salary 738,59. NOXIoi S WEED — June! Coekerhmn 485.00. Edward A Frank DOO.OO, Rick li ci.moug 118 17. Keith M Iliggins 25.36. Tolal Salary 1.428.53. Federal Withholding for Sept. 154.12. Slate Withholding for Sept. 20.04. Soei.-il Scc'iirity 83.58. Mine Cross-Blue Shield 64.11. Ks. Public Employees Itelirc'iiKiit Til,40. Tolal Ne| Salary 1.055.28. nil Mi & HIUIHil-: — Chiirlcs M. Alters rao.iKl, Anlnnv ItiUol 074.00, | Kcinlic.M lloschowilzki 02(1 00, Morris I.. Brack 674.(X). Edwin J Brungordl 119 :n. Herman J. llrungardl 640.00. Ralph W. BrunMardl 620.110. Herbert H. Calln:: 1MM.OO. Allen F Dinkel 720.72, Albert .1. Drciling 595.00, Alvin II. Fif,lic i ,-|.| 88. William M (ieisl 757.111, Robert E. Classman 268.56, Gerald !•' t,•»•[/. 1442 5:1. Earl I). Cotlschalk 595.110. John II. Cotlschalk inn i< Daniel J. Hammerschniidl 620.(XI, Valerian llammersclunidl 640.00, Paul \ Jacobs 597.58,Peter C Knrlln 595.1X1. Herman Klndcrknechl 554.84. l(al|,ii M Klndcrknechl 778.45, Kevin F. Kirkpnlrick 190.82. IJoyd Kisncr livi 'HI. Lett Klaus 620.00. Marvin N. Klaus (182.76. Ceorge F. Knelling 605.30. i.c-me Koerner 703.(XJ. David F Kroeger 674.00, Vernon R. Kuhn 646.00, V.'i.'i.in i.. LaBarge 620.1X1, Alois P. l«ikcr 229.1X1, Gilbert Meder-703.00. i.uh.-ri W Mcis 646.00. Leroy J. Mi'is 1120.00, Harold J. Nelson 72.00,Elmcr H iiied.'i 70:i.OO, Charles Ilnbben 703.(XI. Elmber II. Robben 658.44. Cyril P. l(l,',r Ill, 73. Waller C. Ross Jr 114.56. Adam U. Sander 595.00. Robert J. S;u«lcr> iHKl.OO. Bernard Schmidt hewer 620.00. Marlon Schumacher 766.00. An'hon> P. Seib 872.(X). Robert Ix'e Stanb 595.00, Nicholas Sleckleln 620.00. Viiior Mecklein 703.00. Fred J. Tholen 648.110. Duane I*c Walker 620.90, Ali-xm- Wallers (174.00. William J. Weigcl 943.73, Alvin A. Worth 703.00, I'M-I! A Werth 709.0!). Kenneth L. Wcrlh 674.00.Joseph F. Wishnuck 620.00 Tuial s.ilary 36.822.86. Fed. Withholding for Sept. 3,508.40 Stole Withholding (in .V|,i 45(1.09. Social Security 2,154.15. Blue Cross-Blue Shield 2307.96. Ks. Piibln Employees Retiremenl 1372.92, Union No. 513 Dues 290.21, Other .'in on fnlal Net Salary 26,(i77,13. ' sin II) WASTE — Alfred M. Dinkel 703.00, Jeanne F. Koerner 565.10, Ra.unond Kuhn 763.90, Kathleen Hupp 430.40, Total Salary 2,462,40, Fed. Wiihholding for Sept. 293.72. Slate Withholding for Sepl. 3B.I8, Social Sminly 144.05. Ks. Public Employees Kcllrcrnenl 98.51, Union No 513 liur, 21 (XI. Blue Cross-Blue Shield 128.22 Total Net Salary 1.738.66. Hi' 1 following accounts were cxmnined. approved and ordered paid for 1 n i wr>. iiENEIi.AI. Accorvrs— Edward E. Beougher-Ally Fecs-50.00. West I'uhlishing Co. Law hooks-42.00. Eddy Clinic-Medical Fees-8.50. Tom T'.i'iilcr-Aily Fees-lOfi.lX). Kenneth C. llavncr-Ally Fees 37.50, Kansas Bar .\ssii-Kegislratlon-55.oo, Rick Classman-Witness Fees-5.00. Ross Wichman- An, Fces-37.50, Jude Scheck-Fosler Care 56.14, Tom Scoll-Prcpaid C,isiers-7.!l5, SI. Anlhony Ilnspltnl-Mcdicul Care-19fi.7l). W. J. Billmger- l-:\penses-:il.:i2. Friendship Home-Juvenile Cure 28.32-14.16. Virginia l.ineiibergcr - Kxpenses-181.70. Bruce llcrlel - Expenses - 46.77. David (. Wasinger — Expenses 72.79. Franklin L. Reese — Expenses — 34.07, Mark Evans-Uniform Cleaning - 135.00. Waller J. Slaab - Expenses — 82 ixi, Ron llawlcy Expenses lOB.oo, Tom Toepfer-Ally Fees — 75.00 ' Aim Discount Store-Purchases - 14(1.51, Amoco Oil Co-Car Wash — 1.45, H It c Inc-Supplies - 46.80. lloogaarl's-Supplies — 6.13. Bricks Mens Wear liu--tlniforms 114.50. Central Ks. Power Co. — Gas 4 Electricity — 267045. I'hamplin Pelro Co-Service Station Purchases - 12.91, Clerk of Ilisi Court-Jury Duly 558.03. Dart-In Superettes Inc-Purchases — 29.64, E-/ Rentals Rent Tiller & Spreader — (1.00. Easlman Kodak Co- Matnienancc •-• 245.(X), Ellis County Star-Pub 4 Supplies — 281.52, Fort Hays I.inc-Mcrc Inc-Kcys - 1.80, Mary 11. Englerl - Books 4 Registration Fee 17,95. Gibsons Products Co. ••- Supplies — 33.10. Hays Cily Clerk- Water & .Sewer 212.20. Hays Daily News-Publications — 266.02. Munns Medical Supply - Medical Supplies - 30.40. Herb Lungren Chcv-Olds-Car Repair 11.2(1. Hilts-Supplies - 136.47. James Motor Co-Car Repair — 6.90, Ijiw Enforcement Equip Co-Flashlighl - 14.20. Lockwood Co. Inc — Purchases — 113.41. C O Miimmel Food Stores — Jury Supplies — 31.42. Merch Sharp & Duhmc-Medical Supplies -- 137.69. Midwesl Oil Co-Service Station Purchases -- 115.05. Mobil Oil Corp-Service Slalion Purchases — 12.67. Motorola Inc. Maintenance — 64.30. Nationwide Papers-Supplies — 118. New Design Forms Co-Supplies — 46.75. Shcryl Newbrey-Court R El'liKTER -- 32.95. Northwestern Business Systems — Supplies — 143.53, Pengnd Companies Inc — Supplies - 25.IX). Gco Philip Hardware — Supplies 7.88. Phillips Pelro Co-Service Slalion Purchases — 12.73, I'laiosmans Supply Inc --- Grass Seed 13.97. Prinlcrafl Printers — Supplies lot Id, Francis Al Rupp -- Trash Hauled -- 60.00, Salina Office Supply — Supplies "118.00, Scheuflcr Supply Co. — Supplies — 39.63. Wayne W. Wilson Expenses - 72.7(1. Skelly Oil Co-Service Station Purchases 53 25, Claitiicc M. Schmidt •- Lettering — 20.00. Euphrosine Stoab — 17'-j hrs work in Health Dept. -•• 131.HI. Sun Oil Co-Service Station Purchases.— II.U7. Texaco Inc - Service Station Purchases — 1016.90. Southwestern Bel I-Telephone Hill - 1652.46. Xerox - Supplies 4 Copier Rental — 315.86. Civil Defense Supplies — 5.50, Geo Car & Truck Repair-Car Repair — f.l'JM, Mileage: Eugene Schrneidler 12.48. Harold Kraus — 15.60. Home Lumber Co -- Lumber 212.2H, Midwestern Tire Center Inc. — Car Hepair — 2 SB. HavsVire Extinguisher — Extinguishers Refilled — 5.50, Gilbert Kuhn Brushes 2.IX). Consolidaled Printing 4 Stationery — Supplies 427.56, Continental Oil Co-Service Station Purchases — 45.57. Clinic Drug Store — Drugs I 73. (label's Bakery - Purchases — 6.51. Dillons — Supplies — •l.:il. Ellis County Ambulance Service -- Ambulance Service — 5,000.00. Williams Cumin Refrigeration — Morgue Repair — 21.0(1, U S Postmasler Postage - 2000.00, Total 19034.90. FA HI ASSOCIATION — Ellis County Fair Association - Final Withdraw! H. 51X1 1)0 ' AM III LANCE SERVICE— Alfred Slaab — 4.916.6f>, Clines Mortuary — 51X1 Kl. Ray Dirks -- SOO.IXI Tolal 5916.66. NOXKil s \VEEI) — Ellis County Teasurer - Insurance 87.74. Southwestern Bell Telephone - Telephone Bill — 22.47, Northwestern Business Systems Purchases — 5.75. Amlcch Corp. - Purchases — 78.84, Plain- smuns Supply Inc. -- Supplies — 46.56, Sherwin-Williams Co.-Supplies — 75.oil, Edward A. Frank — Expenses — 5.00. James Motor Co.. Inc. — Purchases 4 Supplies — 171.90. McKesson Chemical Company — Chemicals I4IID no, Agrico Chemical Company — Chemicals — 450.00. Kobi-vi S Wise Inc l.Tiemicals — 3310.00. Skelly Oil Company — Service Slalion Purchases 66.73. Tolal 5.805,99. ELECTION — Consolidaled Priming 4 Stationery — Supplies — 54.54, Ellis County Star -•• Purchases — 38791, Hays Daily News — Election Legals - 28.30. Ijickwixid Co Inc - Supplies — 1234.29. Cora IMI Ryan — Voter Registration Fee - 4.50 U S Postmaster - Postage - 57.00 Tolal 1.417.54. KKVEM'K .SHAKING — American U-gion - Grave Markers — 132.00, Li-ague ul Kansas, Municipalities — Prep 4 Prnlg of Personal Classification 1800.00. Tolal 1,932.00. Hl'llAI. FIRE - Fire Calls: Norman Schrnnl 30.00, Richard Weber 80.00, Eugene Wellbrock 30 00. Marvin Rome 10.00. Bob Billinger 40.00. Hubert Schumacher 401X1. Allen Dreiling 20.00.'Milton Wellbrock 30.00, Gerald V'onfeldt linn). Norman Schumacher 20.00. Bob Von Lintel 10.00. Francis Windhol/ It) oo. Fritz llruun 10.00 A. J. Schmidlberger 10.1X). Don Bradbury Sr. 2(i.(Xi IXin Bradbury Jr. 20.(K). Kenny Zemun 20.00, Bob Schamel 10.00. Kevin Sihamel lo.ofl. Herb Simpson — 1(1.(X), Paul Simpson 1(1.00, Lonnie Murphy; In 00. Kenneth Rohleder 10.00.Gene Chrisler 11).(X). Cyril Sch- meiderl in (Hi. II L Whilfield 10.00. Dave Clough 10.IX). Bill Slegmeier 20.00, Delberi Wallers IO.IX). Floyd Flelcher 10.00, Clarence Davis 10.00, Julius Windhol/ III (XI, Gary Vonfeldl 10.00. Don Braun 10.00, George Philip 10.00. Irvin Wenh 20,(XI, Firman Wcrth 20.(XI, James Picklesmier 10.00. Bruce A. Werth in no. Adrian U'iker 10.00. Eddie Holh Jr. - 10.00. Mileage - Eddue Koih Sr ,".72. IXmald Bradbury Sr. 3.90. Dolbert Wallers 7.28, Eugene Wi-llbrui'k I.3B, Irvin L. Werth 9.62. Dahna Fischer 15.00, Uonnie Murphy C,5(i Rent Fire Storage: Ouhna Fischer 115.(X). Roy Davis 50.00. Donald Bradbury Sr 65.00. Eililie llulh Sr. 65.00. Irvin L. Wnth 50.00, Shade Con- slruction 35 ix). Hubert Schumacher 50.00, American Express - Travel — 8.47. Hays Fire Extinguisher Services — UK>.40, Lees Super — Gas — 34.1111. James Motor Co. Truck Repair - 1205.95, Kirllami Battery 4 Electric Truck Repair - 375.08, Hays Machine Works — Repair Valve — 3.50. Hays Klecirunic-ltadio Repair 6.50, ILL, Whilfield Freight 4 Parts sum. S 4 W Supply Co Inc - Hoses Clamps, - 376.58, Irvin Werlh Gas 29 64. Eddie Roth Sr. Gas 4 Oil 23.00, American Fire Equipment 1'urrliases 2964 8(1. Gibs Auto Supply — Supplies — 5.94. Ellis County Treasurer Insurance- B7.74, U S Postmaster-• Stamps & Pcds. —17.50, Southwestern Bell Telephone Bill - 41.07, Hays Daily News - Subscription 21 uo, Uiw Enforcement Equip Co - Equipment 46.20. Surplus Property - Purchases 29.10. Sherwin — Williams — Shelf Materials — 2ii! 67, (Jibs Auto Supply - Parts 25.25. Northweslern Business Systems Supplies Id 78, The Auto Shoppe - Paris - 14.56. Interstate Electronic — Pans - 52.7-1. Champion Products Inc -- Jackets — 217.36. American Red Cross - Wuikboods 31.20, S 4 W Supply -- Parts - 10.58. Tolal 7,266.57, KOAD& IWIIIGE — County Treasurer Insurance - 2258.14, Central Ks Power Co I'lililies -344.20. Bell Telephone Co Phone Bill -156.14. t'mit'dTelephone Co Phone Bill - 10.ID. Western Cooperative Electric Assn — Mm i- Pole Line 303.27. Ken Werth - Reimburse for Expeni ~:s I <a. Rayinuiul Kuhn Fence Moving — 850.00, U S Postmaster Postage stamps - I3ix). AC Delco-Sub Renewal — 11 50, Allied Inc. Curing Compound-- 123 75. American Pelrofina — Asphal! Oil 12026.43, Kenny Chapman Glass Co. Inslall (Mass — 64.20, Foley Tractor Co. — Parts — I'm W. Gibs A ul o Supply Parts 4 Supply — 134.70, llartrnan Oil Co. - Oil tin ixi. Hays Hus Denui Bus Ffeight •- 10.65, Hays Daily News - Job Ad 8 III, Hays Machine Works Parts - 28.00, Hays Oil Co. Solvent - Oil 22ii H;. Vern Herrman Motor Co Parts - 8.36, Huffman Saw Filing Sharpen Saws lo 50.Home Lumber Co. Supplies - 810.54. Ingram Mfg c.i Purls - 111246. J 4 J Metal Products - Bands - B7.B5, Jacobs Servie.- st.uion - Fuel vyuyz, James Motor Cu. Parts & Repairs 3441 :IB. Kirllami llaitery 4 Electric -- Parts — 650, U-roy Welding 4 Repair Labor 12,00, Lightner Welding 4 Supply -- Welding Supply -MI Ha, :iM Company Sign Decals - 237.50, Midwesl International — Parts ira 87. Midwwest Machinery Inc. - Parts - 305.06, Midwestern Tire Center Tires 4 Tubes 353 40. Munk Radiator Shop ~ Radiator Repair 4400, oldham Sales Inc Parts 258.37, Pfeifer Oil Co -Diesel Oil AF 3423 17, S 4 W Supply Co. Paris 4 Supplies - 550.00, Sellers Tractor Co - Parts - 977 (18. Skelly Oil Co. - - Gas 3712.50. Suburban Dry Cleaners Shop Supplies 8.80! Texaco Inc. -- Havaline Oil - 200.00. Younger Propane - Propane - 41,00. Hays Aulu Parts Parts - 15.00. City ol Ellis Waler 4 Lights - 13.51, Golden Bell Co-op - Supplies 1690, Gilbert Dinges — Sand - 1I2B.OO. Ks. Depl. of Transportation -- STD Paper 16.00. Diesel Equipment Co - Parts - 22412. Gruendyke Transportation Inc. — Asphalt - 952 80. Victor L Phillips Co. - Fuel Cap 9.81 Tolal 34217.66. SPECIAL BKIIIK — Maska Kedi-Mix Inc Concrete •- 2317.50. soil. rd.NSKKYATlUN — Ellis County Conservation District - Funds — •1311 15 SOI.11) WASTE — Ellis Co. Treasurer - Insurance 131.61, Ellis Co. Treasurer FICA - 144.05. Ellis Co Treasurer -.KPEHS - 182,22. Central Ks Power Co. — Utilities — 67.47. Mid-Continent LP Service Inc. — Propane 3 00. Midwesl Machinery Inc — Parts — 14 75. Pfeifer Oil Co. — Oil 6(1.uo. S 4 W Supply — Paris & Supplies 40.87, Orkin Exterminating Monthly Charge - 20.00. Bell Telephone Co Telephone Bill -- 16.65. Total 086(12 Ray's Bid For New Trial Nixed WASHINGTON (UPI) The Supreme Court Monday rejected James Earl Kay's attempt to overturn his guilty plea for the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King. The justices'acted in a brief order without comment, letting stand lower court rulings that Ray's guilty plea was voluntary and that he was not denied effective counsel because his attorneys had financial arrangmenls with the author of a book about the King killing. Ray, whose 196!) guilty plea resulted in a 99-year prison sentence, argued in lower federal court that his lawyer, Arthur Hanes and , after llanes was fired, Percy Foreman, wished to influence Ray to plead guilty because a full-scale public trial might reduce the value of a book planned by author William Bradford Huie. Ray said in reality Huie was planning his case and, through contractual agreements to pay the lawyers a portion of expected publication royalties, lawyers persuaded Hay to plead guilty although he now claims he is innocent of the King assassination. Tennessee initially opposed a federal court hearing on Kay's claims his constitutional rights to effective counsel were violated and his guilty plea was involuntary. But the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cipcinnati ordered a hearing and the Supreme Court in 1974 refused to hear the state's appeal. An eight-day hearing was held and in February, 1975, federal District Judge Robert M. McRae held that Ray failed lo show that his lawyers and their investigators failed in their duties to investigate and present Ray's case, or that a possible conflict of interest prejudiced Ray's rights. The appeals court affirmed McRae's ruling which denied Ray the chance lo go to trial for the King killing. Ray asked the Supreme Court to decide also whether he was denied due process -of law because the district court ruled it did not have the power to subpoena Foreman and Huie for a personal appearance at the hearing. Ray said depositions submitted by the two were inadequate because the court should have been able to observe , their personal demeanor on the witness stand. Weapons Technology Antisubmarine rocket (ASROC) is launched from the deck of the USS Paul F. Foster (DD-964) during a recent training operation off the west coast of the United States. ASROC is an antisubmarine warfare torpedo fired from the ship's bow launcher by a rocket booster to give the weapon a longer range. Each of these new Navy Spruance class destroyers carry an eight-cell ASROC launcher. Litton Industries, tngalls Shipbuilding division in Pascagoula, Miss., is producing 30 of these multi- mission destroyers for the Navy. (UPI Photo) 'Gray America' Predicted BAYS PREVAIL. NEW YORK (UPI) Among thoroughbred race horses, the bay color predominates with .chestnut second and brown third. Neatly 90 per cent of registered thoroughbreds are bay, brown or chestnut with the remainder gray roan or black. By AL ROSSITER Jr. UPI Science Editor BALTIMORE (UPI) — In an effort to improve the lot of the elderly, government scientists are watching 650 men as they grow older to see how people change with age. The search for more knowledge about body aging processes has intensified in recent years because of the realizatipn that more and more Americans are entering the ranks of the elderly. Save atfeter fan DECEMBER 8th thru DECEMBER 24th HAMBURGERS HAMBURGER, FRENCH FRIES, COKE REG99 c 59C ORDER OF FRENCH FRIESR^OC "| COTTAGE CHEESE Already, roughly one of every 10 persons in the United States is over 65. D'r. Robert N. Butler, director of the National Institute on Aging, says in the year 2015, one of every five Americans may be over 65. "Those youngsters of the post-World War II baby boom, who were said to 'green America,' will be the ones who 'gray America,'" he said. Doctors at the Institute's Gerontology Research Center here are trying to find out what older pepple are like physically and mentally and what can be done to keep them healthy, active and productive. ,,' : The effort began in 1959 when 1,000 volunteers were recruited to participate in. a study lasting t.he rest of their lives. About 650 remain in the program. The participants all are men, from 20 to 96. Most are highly educated, upper middle ^class professional people. Each agreed to visit the Center every two years for 2M> days of medical tests. The tests amount to a thorough scrutiny of the condition and capabilities of each man as he grows older. They cover everything from the sexual history of the subject to measurements of individual organ systems such as the heart, lungs and nerves to stress tests. Dr.-Reubin Andres, clinical director of the institute, said in a recent seminar the tests are repeated periodically so researchers can get a clear picture of how age affects a •man and his capacities. From what has been learned already, Andres said it is clear that aging patterns differ in people and in 'individual organs. ' : "Some old people in individual functions perform as well >as an average young person, or vice versa," he said. One finding shows that the performance of some body systems decline more with age than does the performance of the system's individual parts. For example, muscle strength of the arms and shoulders declines less on a simple task like ' pulling an objectthan does the overall ability to use the ^friuscle in coordinated fnove- ments such as turning a crank. Another result of the study shows that average lung function capabilities for a heavy smoker are similar to those for a nonsmoker 10 years older. However, when smoking is stopped, the person's lung function recovers to near normal for his age within 18 to 2~4 months. A recent finding showed that reasoning Behavior, when considered separately from memory changes, .declines only in the oldest subjects. Andres said men were selected for the study because of a lack of facilities a decade ago to examine men and women simultaneously. However, he said a similar study of the aging of women is scheduled to begin a year from now. "It's terribly important to find out why women don't age as men do,'" he'said. GOOD NEIGHBORS DETROIT (UPI) — Officials of Detroit's Renaissance Center, which overlooks Canada across the Detroit River, decided to make the "topping out" ceremonies at the $.337 million complex an international affair by inviting a Canadian color guard to participate. Enroute to the ceremonies, the American color guard from Selfridge Air National Guard Base were involved in an auto accident. The Canadians stepped into the breach and volunteered to carry the American Flag as well as the Canadian Flag. IT'S SO SIMPLE AND EASY TO TAKE YOUR FILM TO MELLERS PHOTO DRIVE-IN STORE BANANA SPLIT REG $1.10 79C ALL- FLAVORS in Hays Centennial Shopping Center Parking Lot ICECREAM FREEZER $ PAK J HALF GAUONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS ^CRANBERRY SHERBET (Hand Packed) Quarts & Pints fFUDGSICLES BPAK ... /. 390 AFRESH WHIPPING CREAM aoz 390 *HALF and HALF PT 370 PARTY DIP and SOUR CREAM ,MIX o,MAT CH ,3/ $ 1 °° A COMPLETE LINE OF GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS 412 East Eighth-Hays Phone 625-9818 Me Cen 'n lersl tenni \ 1 .J vt I ] hoto Drive-In Store, Hays al Shopping Center Parking Lot Centennial Blvd. \ D Ciminniil Shoppiiii Cinltr Downing Ave. PICTURE AMERICA ON AMERICAN-MADE COLOR PRINT PAPER v ^_ ijjp. 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