Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 3, 1976 · Page 5
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 5

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, July 3, 1976
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"BIG IVJ'AC" is fri-^wn'. . . witness the special,auto license sported by Bart Smith, owner-operator of McDonald's which opens here Monday. Telegram Photo Three Atte'nd Insurance Seminar Three Garden City insurance agents attended the 1976 Sweet Summer Seminars sponsored by the Independent Insurance Agents of Kansas. They are Jane Driver of Heinemann Insurance Agency, and Maxine Rains arid Diane Shepard of Campbell Abstract and Insurance Agency. The seminars were conducted June 30 through July 2 at Kansas State University. The annual school is designed to give insurance agency personnel an • opportunity to update their knowledge of insurance. The faculty included insurance company personnel and experienced insurance agents from across the state. Historical Unk to Ringing of Bells The nationwide ringing of bells at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 4th, has a historical significance which dates to July 4, 1776. Citizens across the country have been asked to ring bells following the ringing of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia to mark the climax of the Bicentennial. It was on the 7th of June, 1776 that Richard Henry Lee offered to Congress the first resolution declaring that the United States were and of right ought to be free and independent states. On the llth of June, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman and Robert Livingston were appointed to McDonald's Restaurant to Open Here Monday The' opening of McDonald's hereuon Monday represents the 9,765th restaurant in the world's largest chain of fast food/ franchises.; It was- scheduled to open July 1,but a defective electrical panel had to be replaced during, the past week," according to owner-operator Bart Smith. A grand opening with J Rbhald~ McDonald is planned in about a month. " The local restaurant, at the rear of the dining room. Smith said approximately KXJ people have been hired to serve,; a complete. menu including - breakfast. The .restaurant will be open from 7 'a.m. to 11'p.m. weekdays and un(il 12 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. employes, storage space and designed with in a Western offices. • decor featuring, a full-size Smith is also opening a stage coach. McDonald's in Dodge City Between 400 to 450 later this month. It has been McDonald's will open this year selling an estimated one billion hamburgers every three months. The franchise was founded in 1955 by Businessman Ray Kroc. a committee to prepare a formal declaration. Accordingly, on the 1st of July, this committee made its report to Congress. On the 2nd of July, Lee's resolution was adopted in its original words. On the 3rd of July, the declaration prepared by the committee was debated with great spirit. Discussion was resumed on the 4th of July although it was now clear that the report of the committee would be,adopted. This report was the Declaration of Independence. During these four days of debate and deliberation the old bellman at the Statehouse had been waiting with the rope Whitney Grant NEW YORK (AP) — The Whitney Museum of American Art has received a grant of $250,000 for the purchase 01 works by living American artists. The gift was made by Frances and Syndney Lewis of Richmond, Va. in his hands. At noon of the 4th of July he told the bystanders, "They will never do it." But they did. At 2 on the afternoon of the 4th, the vote on the Declaration of Independence was called' and the measure carried by a unanimous vote of all the colonies, and the old bellman rang out the note of freedom to PageS Garden City Telegram Saturday, July 3,1976 the nation. This is why the Bicentennial Committee is asking that every bell — church, school, patio — any bells, all bells, be rung in Garden City at 1 p.m. on the 4th of July. GI FORUM DANCE Saturday July 3 10 p.m.-2 a.m. Sunday July 4 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Music by Los Halcones Members & Guests The Garden City McDonald's will be the first in Kansas to utilize a drive- through window. Customers , , _, . ,, . v will be able to order from their located on East Kansas,-has' car and dfive {Q window been designed with .a touch, of Garden City. Live plants will be hanging throughout. There is a fountain encircled with brick and surrounded- by greenery. Shuttered mirrors along one wall will reflect ' hanging baskets of plants. And a mural of a buffalo is hanging pick up their meal. The dining area seats 128 persons. Nearly 25 square feet of grill space is available to prepare Big Macs, Quarter Pounders or Egg McMuffins. In the basement there are dressing and dining rooms for Qpearr 8 Farmland Gives Service Awards Annual appreciation picnic for employes of Farmland Food was Sunday, June 27, at Finnup Park. Don Fender, plant manager, said /more than 700 employes and their families attended. Fender presented five year service pins to: ..Garcia.,;, Eranciscpj B.afida,, .. .. ., Pasquale Mesa, Andres Gallardo, Joe Sulliyan, Lupe Arevalo, Ernest fternandez, George Martinez and Jerry Gonzales. Fender said it vias a special privilege for him to issue 10 year service pins because this is the first year employes were eligible'. The beef packing plant here opened in November, 1965. Those receiving 10-year pins at the picnic were Robert Chipley, Mike Munoz, Cecil Summers, Paul Carson, Jesus Ledesma, Ballazar Guillen, Archie Martinez, Clifford Frey, Manuel Rodriguez, James -Peterson, Noel J. Simpson and Jose Ortiz. Robert Newton and Ron Bulkley had received 10 year pins earlier. Special recognition was also given to three employes who retired, during, the. past»year. They are Jose Ortiz with 10 years of service, John Calderon with eight years service and Manuel Garcia with three years service. Rudd to League Committee Post A. E. Rudd, 710 N, 1st, executive vice president .of Security Savings and Loan Association, Garden City, has , been appointed to a.legislative committee position of the Kansas Savings and Loan League for the coming year. THE ROYAL LIPIZZAN UONS OF AUSTRIA Under the direction of Col. Ottomar Herrmann ! ,/ At Sten in Walt Ditnty't MIRACLE OP THE WHITE STALLIONS Sunday, July 11 2:30 P.M. Fairgrounds Grandstand Garden City, Kansas i it.'.' • , |V Sponsored by: , Finney .County'Fair Board Tickets On Sale At SEARS Adults'4 Children *2 JULY 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. These Red Hot Prices Below Are Effective July4th Only. (While Supply La$ts.) i Just Arrived-Ladies'Sportswear TOPS-JAMAICAS -SHORTS-SLACKS This first quality, grouping is made by a brand you know. 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