The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 17, 1976 · Page 11
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Best Present Jason Timothy Buttlllot, 6-montht old, wot reunited with hli parents late, Thursday after he was found unharmed In Ontario, Calif., after being kidnaped from his home on Monday. The child's mother, Doris, 22, and father, Jerry, 24, said this was the best Christmas present they could have received. Investigators at Hawthorne, Calif., are still trying to piece together the case to determine a motive and suspects in the kid- naping. (UPI Photo) Child Recovered In Beer Carton HAWTHORNE, Calif. (UPI) — Jason, Timothy Bustillos, the 6-morith-old baby reported stolen from his crib last Monday, was found lying in an empty beer carton in an alley and returned to his parents Thursday night. The child, gurgling and kicking in the box outside the rear door of the Horseshoe Bar in Montclair, was found by San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies on routine patrol in the community 45 miles northeast of his home. "He was in good condition," a spokesman said. "Warm and apparently well cared for. Just a little hungry—and a nice, warm bottle fixed that." The officers took the child to a nearby hospital and notified Los Angeles County authorities, who determined that the baby was the missing boy. They then notified the parents and flew the baby to them by helicopter. "This is the best Christmas present we could have had," Doris Bustillos, 22, the boy's mother, said after seeing her child. Mrs. Bustillos and her husband, Jerry, 24, said they had no idea why the child was kidnaped and no clue who did it. They never received any ransom notes. She told police she last saw the child when she put him to bed Sunday night. The baby was missing the next morning, apparently taken by someone who removed a screen and crawled into the room through a window. Deputies said patrons inside the -bar apparently knew nothing about the child. "No one there admitted having seen anyone , leave anything out there," a spokesman said, "and no one seemed to know how long he had been there." Cooking Rice May Be Health Hazard WASHINGTON (UPI) — The makers of Uncle'Ben's rice will drop a television commercial the Federal Trade Commission said might have lured children into, hovering dangerously near pots or pans of hot food it was announced Friday. The commercial, aired late last year and early this year, showed a 4-year-old girl whose mother was cooking rice. The mother says: "Now- that Uncle Ben's is foolproof... during the last few minutes you don't have to watch the pot.". At that point she takes the pot of rice off the stove and tells the girl — "Sure. Watch the Uncle Ben's, Simmer 20 minutes. Then set asjde. It finishes cooking by itself. Perfect every time." While the pot of rice is steaming on the counter, the little girl, elbows on the counter- top and face and hands near the pot, watches the rice finish cooking. Fade to the dinner-table and the little girl proclaims: "I cooked it all by myself." That, the FTC ruled, may "influence children to behave in a manner creating an unreasonable risk of harm." FTC officials said they have no complaint about the product, but were more concerned about the way in which the little girl moved in on the still-hot pot of rice without anyone, parents or otherwise, mentioning that she should be careful. Rush Center Wednesday dinner guests of Mrs. Alta Wagner were Mr. and Mrs. Claus Meier of Lubbock Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Meier of Rozel and Mrs. Anna Brack of La Crosse. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Alta Wagner were Mrs. "Wendell Hinman Larry and '.Wade, Brownell, Mrs. Greg Hinman Jeannie, Hays and Lynne Hinman, Hoxie. Mrs. Ruby Trout called on "Mr. and Mrs. AA. Arou 'Sunday morning and also .visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Trough of La Crosse. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Karst 'and sons spent Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben .Karst. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hagerman were Sunday dinner guests of her mother Mrs. Katie Hemken. Last Sunday guests'of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gutierrez were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Emmons and Jamey the occasion being Mr. Gutierraz and Glen Emmons' birthdays. Callers of Mary Strong were Mrs. Marie Moran and Teresa of McCracken other callers were Mrs. Katie Hemken, Mrs. Eleanor Bortz, Mrs. Ann Gutierraz, Mrs. W.R. Owens, Mrs. Mary Reynolds. Jim Ogden of Salina and Billy Guy Ford hunted here. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Ford. Jim Ogden is a brother of Mrs, E.W. Ford. Last Sunday guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Oborny were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Nather and son of Timken. Mrs. Margariete McClenny spent several days with her sister Mr. and Mrs. Albert Strawn at Hutchinson. Mrs. Frank Renner and Mrs. John Graver were Wednesday shoppers in Larned. They also visited with Mrs. Lydia Schreader there. Miss Lori Zimmerman and Wesley Hemken were Saturday callers of Mrs. Mary Reynolds. The Walnut Valley Club met at the Coop room on Thursday evening with a pot luck supper. The hostesses were Mrs. Famy Keener and Mrs Eleanor Bortz. Publlsed in The Hays Dally News Friday, Dee. I7,»7t NOTICE RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OP iDUCATION OF HAYS U.S.D. NO. 489 5LLIS COUNTY, KANSAS NOVEMBER 1,1976 HEREBY CERTIFY THAT 1 AM THE DULY APPOINTED AND QUALIFIED CLERK OF HAYS U.S.D. No. 489, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS AND keeper of the records of said SCHOOL DISTRICT; that the following Is a true nd correct copy of a resolution duly dopted at the November 1,1976 meeting of the BOARD OF EDUCATION, held In he Board of Education Offices, 230 West 1th Street, Hays, Kansas. Jpon motion by Mr. Steve Pratt, second y Mrs. June Reynolds and passed by a ote of 7-0, be It hereby resolved that the regular meeting date for the Board of Education of Hays U.S.D. No. 489 shall be on December 20, 1976 at 8:00 P.M.; lat the place of this regular meeting hall be held In Catherine Elementary School, Catherine, Kansas.. * N WITNESS WHEREOF, I have ereunto affixed my name as Clerk this th day of tyovember, 1976. Gertrude Flecklnsteln HEREBY CERTIFY THAT I am President of Hays U.S.D. NO. 489, Hays, Kansas and the foregoing is a correct opy of the resolution passed and that ic same Is now in full force. Joe Hess too Late To Classify RUMMAGE SALE — dishes, silverware, blankets, books, and so on. 197 East Countryside. 9-5 Saturday and Sunday. HELP WANTED — night custodian at Hays, High School. Hours 3-11 p.m. full time. Get application blanks at Board of Education office at 230 W llth. BABYSITTER NEEDED 3 evenings a week. Call 6257644. FREE PUPPIES. 628-1125. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL. Irish Setter puppies. Champion bloodlines. Ready for Christmas. $50. 316-793-6943. FOR SALE — 9x28 Donahue implement trailer and 2" and 1V 4 " steel pipe. 625-5354. FOR SALE — Two grade Alpine doe goats. Good milkers. Open now. 726-4931. FOR RENT — 2 bedroom basement apartment. Partially furnished, bills paid, cable. 628-8369. 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 or 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 " 1 day. per word IU 3 days, same ad per word 30» 6 days, same ad per word 54« Each additional day per word 8* Deadline for Classification 3:00 p.m.. day before publication. Ads received after 3:00 and until 9:30 a.m. day of publication will not be classified. Above rates apply in Hays trade territory only Obituaries and Card of Thanks—per word 7« The News, while exercising reasonable care in accepting ads, warns those answering to investigate them and be careful of any ads requiring a cash remittance. 13 Special Notices DUE TO the fact of needing a larger building, Logans Auto Repair has now moved to 735 E. 6th on the south side of Dans Cafe. We will be open from 8:30.to 5:30, 6 days a week. POST ROCK Museum, La Crosse, Kansas, will be open everyday till Christmas from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for unique Christmas gifts. DENVER POST - Sunday delivery. 628-1509 , BASEMENT MOVING sale — very nice things, like new deep freeze, and beautifu electric fireplace with heater Nice clothes, dishes, old bottles, books and so forth etc. Use south entrance Friday and Saturday 9-5. 3500 Fort. Wedding Photography By Scott Seirer 625-7052 HAYS DAILY NEWS PAGE n December 17,1976 I •*•' '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. LINCOLN FANFARE A fat foam back sculptured shag, made of 100% Heat Set Continuous filament nylon. Stocked In 10 different colors. A do-it-yourselfers dream. R egu | ar $10.25 Sq. yd. OLD FASHIONED PRICE 150 l/itztum Decora f Ing Center 113 East 13th Hays, Kansas HAYS BOOKLAND Gift Sets Now Available by Judy Blume—Young Adult C. S. Lewis—Science Fiction Charles Castanada—Science Fiction Laura Ingalls Wilder—Young Adult Football—Fact & Fiction OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS 'TILL 8:30 Be All You Can Be. ; READ $ 228; 625-9314 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. HEIM TV APPLIANCE SPECIAL $ 350.00 REBATE on all remaining 1976 Subaru DL Coupe 5 Speeds Rupp's Toyota at Interstate Imports 1-70 & Highway 183 Hays 628-2855 or 625-7361 Now Available Complete Line Of ACCESSORIES AT (Hearth & Home Center (1501 E. 27 Hays 625-3411 Formerly Robinson Color Center How Should We Then Live? Francis A. Schaeffer BLUE BANNER CHRISTIAN BOOK STORE 703 Fort FOOTBALL WITH PUMP & TEE [99 Open Sundays 1-5 Weekdays 9,8 OTASCO 1501 Main Hays Do Your Xmas Shopping EARLY/ STIftIO WIST, ltd. lOth&Main Downtown Hays 625-3115": ROLL YOUR OWN THIS XMAS FOR M9.88 Give a gift this Xma« for your photography •nthutlait. Not only save him time but money as well. Set Includes'Lloyd's bulk film loader, 100 It. of Kodak block A white film, and five 35mm film cassettes all for the low pYlce of $19.88. So roll your own for those precious Christmas pictures. Available at Stereo West LTD, 10th & Main. Hoys, Ks. U 2004 VINE Hays, Ks. ',?";:/—**.',;•». :,.;a' Add A Decorative Touch With Statuary' Open 10-9 Dally Sunday 1-5 YOUR CRAFTS & HOBBY SUPPLY STORE SCHLEGEL'S Downtown Hays 115 West 10th BOONS The Top 10 In PAPERBACKS The Grass Is Always Greener Over The Septic Tank Blind Ambition Born To Win POETRY Love Diary Of A Country Year •GIFT SETS •ASSORTED HARD BACKS World Of Wonder 'in the Mall 3'/j Quart Cooker No. 3100. The original, the In-f comparablel Simmers food slowly* In stoneware for old lime flavor, ( Reg. $17.39 $ , Now * I 3 C PLAINSMANS 1017 East 13th Hays Just In Time For Christmas Conn Guitars Reg. $ 59 95 While They Last $ 39.50 open 'till 8:30 AAIDWEST /V 'USIC 119 W. 10 Hays CHRISTMAS the Ideal time to give a Gift That Will Last Forever A Diamond From HobartM. Cable fine quality pianos since the turn of the century Shown Here Console Model In Walnut] Was $1,495.00 $ 1,055°° HAYS MUSIC COMPANY, INC. 710 Main Downtown Hays 625-3418' GIFTS For The Home Bedding SPECIAL ORDERS Chairs ON FLEXSTEEL Lamps Sofas & Choirs Planters Over 1200 Clocks Different Fabrics "Your Interior Decorator" Bedroom Furniture Dining Room Furniture Living Room Furniture Wall Accessories Pictures JUSTIN'S FURNITURE 6th & Main Hays 625-7318 Rohr Jewelry 709 Main Hays 625-9327 MAKE THIS THE SWEETEST CHRISTMAS 'EVER Give Russell Stover Candy Open Daily 9 to 8:30 Saturdays 9 to 5:30 Sundays 1 to 5:00 ABC Hallmark 1007 Main Hays Save MO Panasonic Microwave Oven Roomy oven. ..compact exterior. Perform* 4 cooking functions: Cook/Preheat; Defrost/Delicate Foods. 2 power settings; 500 and 245 watts. 30 minute timer, Reg. $299 HAYS DAILY NEWS GIFT SUBSCRIPTION (Clip and Mall To) Hays Daily News, 507 Main, Hays, Kansas 67601 I Would Like A Gift Subscription of the Hays Daily News Sent to; Name Address City I have Enclosed $ for months/year. propriate price. State My Check _Zip_ In the Amount See table below for l year by carrier In Hays H9.00 6 months by carrier In Hays 116.50 1 year by carrier outside Hays W3.00 6 months by carrier ouuide Hays 116.90 1 year by mail in Kansas 121.63 6 months by mail in Kansas 114 M 1 year by mall outside Kansas 126.00 6 months by mall outside Kansas 117.50 ^*«^^*'€*W€*»«^i'«WWW€V«

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