The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 19, 1976 · Page 32
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The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas · Page 32

Hays, Kansas
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Sunday, December 19, 1976
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December 19, 1976 PACK fi HAYS DAILY NEWS TV Academy In Small Civil War HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -The television academy, a show business embarrassment' for 25 years, is airing its dirty linen again with 800 members vowing to boycott this year's Emmy awards. The dispute is mainly a matter of New York versus Hollywood. Hollywoodians claim New York runs the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences but 90 per, cent of prime time entertainment artists, craftsmen, writers, producers and directors live and work in Hollywood. Hollywood folk say they are sick and tired of being pushed around by New York. It's as if Nevada controlled the House of Representatives. Almost without exception the complaint is the tail is wagging the dog. Why, asks Hollywood, does it represent only 50 per cent of the total academy membership? Grant Tinker, producer of several prime time shows, says, "New York argues it originates as much TV as Hollywood. True, if you count daytime game shows, soap operas and news programs. "The Emmy show is made up of prime time Hollywood people. Yet the academy is operated totally outside Hoi- WELCOME - OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, DEC. 19th -1 =00 P.M. TO 3:00 P.M. Linda Bell Hostess 1501 Vine 628-3225 GIRLS AND BOYS YOUR OWN MONEY! YOUR OWN BUSINESS! PRIZES TOO! The Hays Daily News is looking for bright enterprising, young people to carry the newspaper. If you are 10 years or older and fit these requirements, clip this ad and send it in right away. Hurry! I Want To Carry The Hays Daily News Name . Address City Phone Number Age iM^i'«hy NO)3IRP A ' ARE OUT OF '-' - 5A.MTA CLAU5 CAN'T BE BOTHEf?EP WITH 8KIN5IN5 PRESENTS To BIRPS...HE JUST DOESN'T HAVE TIME.,. 1_^ 50 IF ^OU HAVE ANV CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS HW WERE EXPECTING TO H.AN6 UP, BETTER FORSET IT! BEETLE BAILEY I'LL THIS PROBLEM OVER. jo you- How VOU HANDLE \r? 0M, THE PLACE EAAPTY/ 'LIL ABNER IS GOVERNOR NOW TUSR BOV FRIENPS WILL KNOCK THIS HAT WARNfTNARV A &AL WHOt? 6IVEH /VIE' A SECOND LOOK* TtMORROW? NANCY I MUST CALL IRMA ABOUT THAT CAKE RECIPE SHE GAVE ME IRMA. HOW MANY YEAST CAKES DID YOU TELL ME TO USE ? I THOUGHT YOU SAID BLONDIE WAITER, THIS TABLE MAS A WOBBLE IN IT IS IT A BIG WOBBLE 4 OR A LITTLE WOBBLE? HOW CAN YOU TELL THE PIFFERENCE? IP MOUR SOUP SPLASHES IN ' YOUR LAP—THAT'S A BIG WOBBLE/ 12-16 JOE PALOOKA AFTER LAST NIGHT.'/ lywood. That's ridiculous." This week the Hollywood chapter's 12 trusteed unanimously resigned after the national academy rejected proposed reorganization of the academy. The Hollywood chapter's Board of Governors^voted to instruct its leadership to explore feasibility of establishing a new television academy and awards structure representing creative elements of national television. Among those boycotting the Emmys are Mary Tyler Moore, Carol Burnett, Henry Winkler, Jack Albertson and, according to one spokesman, almost every other top prime time star. Larry Stewart, president of the Hollywood chapter, said, "The problems aren't limited to the awards. We are trying to get proportional voting to our membership, but New York turns us down. "New York doesn't want to face the industry as it is but as they would like it to be. They hope to bring production back east by reviving the Astoria Studios. "They refuse to notice ABC and CBS put up six new giant stages for increased production out here and NBC is about to do the same. "The academy has threatened to expel the Hollywood chapter. The last time they made the threat we told them to go ahead and they withdrew the threat." A spokesman for the national academy said, "We are headless. Our president was John Cannon and he resigned earlier this year." According to Stewart, Tinker and others, Cannon is the man generally responsible for the current breach between the coasts. "Cannon became president by romancing outlying chapters until he had them voting wjth New York," Tinker said. "He's not even in show business." Chairman of the academy board is Richard Rector, whose home and headquarters are in San Francisco, 400 miles remote from the center of prime time television production. Rector is project director and executive producer of "Over Easy," a proposed Public Broadcasting series starring Hugh Downs (who lives in Arizona) for people 55 and older. "I think there have been internal problems among the trustees that need some rectifying," he said. tEGAt NOTICES IN THE COUNTY COURT OF ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS DEANNA SULLIVAN VS. RAY KOBLER, D-B-A KOBLERAMC-JEEP Case No. 12.750 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of an order of sale issued by the judge of the county court in and for said county of Ellis, in a certain action in said court numbered 12,750, wherein the parties above-named were respectively plaintiff and defendant, and to me the undersigned sheriff of said county directed, I will offer for sale and sell at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, at the front door of the courthouse in the city of Hays, in said county, on the 30th day of December, 1976, at 11 o'clock a.m. of said day, the following described personal property, to wit: One (II, two-stall King horse trailer, identification number 5337 First published December 19th, 1976. David G.Wasinger Sheriff of Ell is County TFirst published in the Hays Dally News this Sth day of December, 1976) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Elizabeth Dreiling, a-k-a Elizabeth M.Drelllng, Deceased Case No. 4909 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that on the 30th day bf November, 1976, a Petition was filed in said court by Albert A. Riedel, a nephew, heir-at-law, legatee and devisee of Elizabeth Dreiling. Deceased, praying for the admission to probate of the will of Elizabeth Dreiling dated January 5,1976 which Is filed with said Petition, and for the appointment of Dennis L. Bicker as executor of said will, without bond, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 29th day of December, 1976, at 2:00 p.m. of said day. in said court, in the City of Hays, In Ellis County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said Petition. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. Albert A. Riedel—Petitioner Tom Scott — Probate Judge DREILING, B1EKER & KELLEY 111 West 13th Street P.O. Box 579 Hays, Kansas 67601 913 625-3537 Attorneys for the Petitioner (Last published December It, 1978) Too Late To Classify LOST — MALTESE White male dog, downtown Hays. 7" high, 12" long, black nose and eyes. 628-1749. TIRED OF messy carpet scrubbing with' machines? Clean your carpet quickly and easily with Nylac. No machine, See Vitztums, Decorating Center, 113 East 13th for Nylac. COLLINS WORLD Bible, King James Version, Sunday School Students Bible $2.19. Holy Torch Gift & Supply. NEW OPENING. Wanted — married college student to deliver milk. 628-2498. NEED BABYSITTER in my home to start after Christmas, 8-5. Part time later. 6288143. FOR SALE — large highback sofa in good condition. Call 625-7465. FOR SALE — solid maple dinette set. Like new. Call 628-1994. STEREOS $129.95; Decorative Mirror $7.88; Bean Bags $16.88. Harv's Downtown. AKC GERMAN short ball- pointer pups. Ready for Christmas. 425-6272. DISNEY SHAGGY dog puppies. (Old English Sheepdog.) $125. Registered. Wonderful pet. Great with kids. 628-1432. I FOR SALE — AKC registered Dauschaund puppies. Ready for Christmas giving. 735-2422, Victoria. NEW SOFA, Love seat and chair, green, gold or rust velvet. $348.88. Harv's Downtown. FOR SALE — 1970 Mustang. Excellent condition. 302 engine recently rebuilt and repainted. Automatic transmission. Call after 6:30 to 2223105, Liebenthal. FOR SALE — 1964 Mercury Comet. Good condition. Passed safety inspection. $275. 735-2398, Victoria. 1975 VOLVO, LOADED. 9,200 actual miles, one local owner. 628-1422. '/ 2 TON CHEVROLET, low mileage. 625-5588 or 625-7480. PLUSH 2 bedroom apartment, unfurnished. $180. 625-7458. Dial 628-1081 The 1964 Civil Rights Acl 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 v 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 lit :t days, same ad per word 30t 6 days, same ad per word. 54» Each additional day per word 8t Deadline for Classification :i:00 p.m., day before publication. Ads received after 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 7f 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 GOLDEN JUBILEE Book, Print'craft Printers. Ideal Christmas gift. SAVE INCOME tax by planning now. Call 628-2032 or 628-1239. Northridge Plaza, 2707 Vine, Suite 13. DENVER POST — Sunday delivery. 628-1509 POST ROCK Museum, La Crosse, Kansas, will be open everyday till Christmas from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for unique Christmas gifts. 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. TEMPO HUMIDIFIERS Health Benefits Saves Heating Bills Eliminates Dry Air Better Plants-Furniture ' Special Purchase $49.38 to $97.95 Use Your Credit At . TEMPO 13 Special Notleti Wedding Photography By Scott Seirer 625-7052 RUMMAGE SALE - dishes, silverware, blankets, books, and so on. 197 East Countryside. 9-5 Saturday and Sunday. .WAILABLE 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. CANDY FLAVORING oils for Christmas candies .available at Purdys Pharmacy, 109 W. 10th. 17 Schools-Instructions OPENING AN afternoon session, January 3 for children 4-5 years old. Wee Friends Nursery School, Mrs. Louise Younger, 2700 Walnut, 625-6159. 20 Help Wanted SALES PEOPLE, age no limit (over 18), free to travel and work Kansas rural areas, 5 day week, home weekends. Earnings $200 to $300 per week with guarantee to start. Must have transportation. Call Roy McAdams, or Omer Glasscock at 625-2563. CARRIERS WANTED *Hays Daily News needs carriers to deliver the papers on several different routes south of 8th Street and west of Vine. Routes • available January 1st. Contact Circulation Dept. immediately. 628-1081. MANAGER WANTED — excellent future with young company in a fast growing industry. First year salary plus percentage in five figures. Do not apply unless you enjoy working with youth. Prefer over 25 and married. Call 625-9535 after 3 p,m. BABYSITTER NEEDED 3 evenings a week. Call 6257644. BEAUTY SUPPLIES - large Redken, Zotos, Rilling and Revlon distributor seeks salesperson for established northwest Kansas territory selling supplies and equipment to beauty salons. Draw and commission Territory has considerably high potential. Car necessary. Some overnight travel. Prefer someone with outside sales experience. Call Bob Byrne at 816-421-1370 or send resume to George H. Weyer, Inc., P.O. Box 166, Kansas City, Mo 64141. CARRIERS WANTED — deliver Hays Daily News in La Crosse, Souteast part of La Crosse. Apply by calling 6281081. 20 Help Wonted HARDEES IS now taking applications for full and part time work. Equal Opportunity Employer. 27th and Vine. 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. AVIATION ELECTRONIC positions available. We will train, good pay and excellent benefits. Check with Air Force. You can coll collect to Sallna (913) 825-4630 for more Information. 1UC RELATIONS PRACTITIONER Travel 39 counflti making ip««chM, wrln radio ond newipap«r rtlMMl, lund railing actlvltlBt and work with kldn«y patlanti. Callig* d«gr«« r.qulrxl. Mult b. at Irait 30 dayl unfmploytd 1700 month start. Fund«d Fqual Opportunity Employer M/F CUSTODIAN WANTED half time permanent position. Salary $247 month plus fringe benefits. Morning hours. Reply to Box C-135 c-o Hays , Daily News/ Equal Opportunity Employer. Roll up your sleeves and GET INTO AMERICA Every American can dc something to moke this a better and safer place for everyone tc live. The American dream of liberty, justice, equality, and freedom can only come true if young Americans stand ready to defend that dream. For over 200 years patriotic Americans, young and old, men and women, have built the tradition ofthe Cltlien- Soldier. GET INTO AMERICA with the U.S. ARMY RESERVE Part-time careers with good pay; dollar saving benefits; job training with full pay; it's all part of being a Citizen-Soldier. For Information Without Obligation Call Dave Bergling at 913/628-2224 EARN A PATRIOT'S PRIDE SECRETARY-BOOKKEEPER WANTED tocal office Is seeking a Secretary- Bookkeeper to perform diversified and interesting assignments. Neat and accurate typing skill required. Bookkeeping experience desirable. Friendly surroundings and outstanding benefits make this opportunity appealing. Write confidential letter of application giving educational level, complete employment history, salary requirement and date available to: BoxC-136 c/o Hays Daily News Hays, Kansas 67601 Equal Opportunity Employer WAITRESS, EVENING shift. Apply manager Golden Ox Restaurant. 3402 Vine Hays, Ks. new hiring Waiters & Waitresses C joks & Dishwashers Apply In person between 8 A.M. and 2 P.M. or 5 P.M. and 8 P.M. Vacation Pay Meals Accident coverage Good working conditions plus tips Full or part tinr. available Good pay with opportunity (or advancement CRITICAL CARE NURSE INTERNSHIP In the tradition of providing quality nursing care, St. Francis Hospital offers a six-month adult critical care internship for staff nurses. The program will include clinical experience in a variety of critical care settings with comprehensive review of theory and Intensive care equipment. Emphasis will be on correlating theory and skills with the nursing process. Interested applicants should contact us for classes beginning January and June. NURSES Immediate staff nurse openings in the operating rooms, hemodialysis, and intensive care units. Also, LPN openings. ^ APPLY St. Francis Hospital 929 Worth St, Francis Wichita, Kansas 67201 316-262-6211 Ext. 113 or 191 An Equal Opportunity Employer

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