Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 14, 1976 · Page 2
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Tom Bowman Bowman to Berry Sales Tom Bowman has been named sales representative for Berry Tractor in the Garden City area. Bowman, a native of Western Kansas, was formerly with Bowman Mfg. Co. He and his wife, Francis, have three children. Berry Tractor, and IHC and Gallon dealer, has service and parts stores in Russell, Garden City and Wichita and recently assumed the dealership at Topeka. Pizza Hut Earnings Up DALLAS — F. J. Spillman, President of The Pizza Inn, Inc., today announced increased revenues and earnings for the second quarter and six months ended June 30, 1976. Gross revenues for the quarter were $15,380,084 compared to $11,128,502 for the same period in 1975. This represents an increase of $4,251,582 or 38.2 percent. Net income and earnings per share were $642,626 and $.32, up from $557,496 and $.29 respectively in the prior year. For the six months, gross revenues were $29,265,568 compared to $21,666,411 for the same period in 1975. This represents an increase of $7,599,157 or 35.1 percent. Net income for the six months was $1,246,328 or $.63 per share, compared to $1,043,388 or $.54 per share for the year earlier. The Pizza Inn, Inc., a Dallas based restaurant chain, operates and franchises restaurants in 32 states and 3 foreign countries. During the three month period ended June 30, 1976, the Company and its franchisees opened 12 and 19 new restaurants respectively. today... Hospitals ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Jason Head, Dighton Charles Holub, Pierceville Mauro C. Perez, Holcomb Wendelin J. Schiffelbein, 305 N. 12th Elaine F. Schmidt, 607 Hazel Mary A. Slayman, 1609 Center Esther B. Steinmetz, Lincoln Rd. John W. Stephens, 2317 W. Kansas DISMISSALS Mrs. Jerry Anderson and baby girl, 1104 Hamline Kelsey Brown, Syracuse Martin M. Franco, 207 S. 5th Bobby Joe Fuller, Tribune Leroy J. Garman, 1713 Pinecrest Bernard J. Heck, Holly, Colo. Mrs. Aniseto Herrera, 1209 W. Fulton Layne Nichols, Copeland Mrs. Bob Sailer, Syracuse John J. Thomas, 909 N. 13th Mrs. H. Briggs Walls. Wichita Freddie J. Westeman, Syracuse GARDEN CITY'S NEWEST automobile dealer opened this week featuring sedans, station wagons, sports cars and pickups. Garden City Datsun is located at the corner of Fulton and Campus. Garden City Datsun Dealer Opens As soon as the first cars were unloaded Tuesday afternoon, Garden City's newest auto dealer was open for business. Construction of a new building at the corner of Fulton and Campus streets is nearly completed and Garden City Datsun is able to provide new cars or used cars or service. In the building a different concept has been utilized. An elevated show' room was constructed so new cars are always-visible from the car lot or the street. The building includes offices, parts department and nine auto stalls. The backside of the building is adaptable for easy expansion. Bob Rogers, a factory representative with Datsun for 10 years, is owner and operator. He has previously lived in Garden City. His wife, Carol, was born here and grew up in Dighton. Other owners are Phil Dick and Duane Koster, both of Garden City. Rogers said the Datsun company is very selective about opening new dealerships. This site is one of 35 in the country and one of two in the Denver region that have been added this year. C.I.T. Manager Will Attend Regional Meet Michael L. Rodgers, manager of C.I.T. Financial Services office here will attend a regional meeting of managers and supervisors in Colorado Springs, Colo., on September 10, 11, and 12. The meeting will be held at the Satellite Hotel. He will join nearly 100 company management personnel from 52 cities in Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming attending the three- day conference conducted by Earl K. Wickliffe, vice president and Kansas City region manager. The meeting is being held to provide company management personnel with an up-to-date look at company operations, to increase managerial efficiency and to encourage an idea exchange. Courts COUNTY Fined for Speeding — John Geier, Dodge City, 68 in 55 zone, $27. Richard Ceding, 1707 Old Manor, 65 in 55 zone, $21. Charles Quick, Las Vegas, Nev., 66 in 55 zone, $30. Bobby Jones, Portland, Ore., 69 in 55 zone, $29. Herbert Petrus, 110 W. Kansas, 69 in 55 zone, $29. James Warren, Hugoton, 65 in 55 zone, $21. Florence Hopkins, Scott City, 75 in 55 zone, $41. Curtis Terry, Kansas City, Mo., 68 in 55 zone, $27. Frederick Bittiker, Independence, Mo., 74 in 55 zone, $39! Joel Naive, 703 Santa Fe, 76 in 55 zone, $43. David Hall, Amarillo, 70 in 55 zone, $31. Fined, other — Donald Herrmann, Ford, transporting in excess of one anhydrous trailer, $20. Cathy Payne, 411 N. 5th, failure to slop at posted stop sign, $20. Larry Binns, 309 N. 7lh, charged wilh grand Ihefl. Hearing sel for Aug. 16. Released on $500 bond. Robert Orlega, 2101 N. 7th, In Garden City — Page 2 Garden City Telegram Saturday, August 14,1976 charged wilh criminal damage lo properly. Hearing sel for Aug. 17. Released on $500 bond. Accidents City '— Thursday, Aug. 12, time and location unknown, parked car owned by Douglas J. Renick, Rt. 1, (extensive damage), and unknown hit and run vehicle. Thursday, Aug. 12, 7:45 p.m., 300 block N. 1st, parked car owned by Dale E. Erskin, 307 N. 1st, and car owned by Marvin E. Drescher, Lakin, (extensive damage to both vehicles). Thursday, Aug. 12,' 12:03 p.m., 13th and Kansas, cars driven by Beth L. Barnes, 1104 Johnson Rentals, and Carlene A. Friesen, 1304 N. 13lh, (major damage lo bolh vehicles). Thursday, Aug. 12, 10:30 a.m., 13lh and Jones, car driven by Robert R. Meyer, 913 Center, and pickup truck driven by Curtis A. Schaffer, 504 N. 13th, (moderale damage lo bolh vehicles). Thursday, Aug. 12, 8 a.m. Summil and Walker, cars driven by Karen Kirchof f, 1308 Conard, (extensive damage) and Michelle L. Jarboe, Deerfield, (moderale damage). Fires Thursday, Aug. 13, 4:10 p.m., dilch fire on US156. Firemen lisled no monetary loss and said Ihe blaze was slarled possibly by a cigarette. Vandalism Unknown dale, car windows valued al $75 broken by rocks at residence at Wilson Trailer Park, Holcomb. Belween 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 11, and 5:30'a.m. Thursday, windshield broken on vehicle al 818 Summil, $120 loss. Belween 7:10 and 9:45 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 12, mailbox knocked over al 410 W. Sanla . Fe, $10 loss. GIANT GAS TANKS, since buried and covered, generated some local interest and speculation during the time they were parked on the ground at Concert Cancelled TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Promoters of a controversial "Boogie in the Grass" rock concert which never got off the ground here said Thursday they plan to file lawsuits totaling $8 million againsl Shawnee County and ils Ihree county commissioners. The promoters, representatives of Speedway Feslivals, Inc., Kansas Cily, Ihrealened lo sue earlier, bul then didn'l file when the county commission agreed to go ahead and rent the Mid-America Fairgrounds to the group for the concerl. That agreement fell through Thursday when the Mid- America Fair Association invoked a clause in its con- trad which gave it veto power over any other event being held at the fairgrounds within a week of its annual fair. Speedway Festivals contends il had a legitimate contracl for use of Ihe fairgrounds for July 10, and spent some $100,000 lining up Ihe concerl before the counly commission called it off Ihe firsl lime. the east edge of Garden City. The fiberglas canisters will store fuel underground for the new Co-op Auto Service Center under construction at the corner of Fulton and Campus Drive. THt'Krulu I'llolu FOR SALE- ALUMINUM PLATES Perfect for siding, roofing, insulation flooring and hundreds of other uses! Dimensions: 23 in. x 35 in. x .009 in. thick The Garden City Telegram Is Like a letter from Home for Your Favorite High School Graduate Who Is College Bound at the Special MAIL rate of for the nine months of the 1976-1977 school year Send today the following coupon with your check for $13.91 payable to The Garden City Telegram (Mail Subscriptions only) Each Celebs Named To Art Council ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Kitly Carlisle Harl, familiar lo lelevision viwers as a panelisl on Ihe "To Tell the Trulh" program, has been named by Gov. Hugh Carey as chairman of Ihe New York Slale Council on Ihe Arts. Mrs. Harl has served as vice-chairman of Ihe council since her appoinlmenl five years ago by Ihen-governor Nelson Rockefeller. \ Inquire at The Garden City Telegram 275-7105 310 North 7th The Gardei.' City Telegram P.O. Box 958 Garden City, Kansas 67846 Knclosed is $13.91 for which please send to: Name .. Address Year in school THIS OFFKK FAPIRES OCTOBER 1, 1976. Date to start Telegram Your name • Address NO REFUNDS

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