Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on September 4, 1976 · Page 9
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Parties Debate Balance Level WITH ITS RIBBON cutting ceremony this week, Hammond Organ Studio is officially a member of the Garden City business community. While Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors look on Mayor Al Towles cuts the ribbon. To the right of Towles is Hammond salesman Mark Wretling and to the left is Hammond manager Curtis Ramsey. Hammond Organ Studio is located at 1113 Kansas Plaza. ivh-Kraiii iMioio GNB Hires Purdy As Agri-Officer Richard Powers, President of the Garden National Bank, announced that Ray Purdy will join the staff as Agri- Business Officer on Sept. 13. ?AiburffSi.5d Children 75e (Al the gala-Adults 52 00. Children SI 00) Reserved grandstand seals 52.00 & 54 00 GRANDSTAND ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY Sept 18 2 Shows 5 00 & 7 30 BOBBY GOLDSBORO with special guest slat SUNDAY SHARI LEWIS Sepl 19 2 Shows 5 00 & 7 30 TANYA TUCKER & RAY STEVENS MONDAY Sept. 20 2 Shows' 2 00 & 7 30 TONIINGRAHAM & The Blackwood Brothers TUISDAY Sepl 21 2 Shows 2:00 & 7 30 ARMED FORCES ENTERTAINMENT TROUPES WEDNESDAY Sepl. 22 - 1:00 & 7:30 STATE FAIR TRACTOR PULL THURSDAY Sepl. 23 / 2 Shows: 5.00 & 7:30 THE ROYCLARK SHOW with BUCK TRENT &. HANK THOMPSON FRIDAY Sepl. 24 / 2 Shows: 5:00 & 7:30 ANITA BRYANT & WOODY HERMAN SATURDAY Sept. 25 / 2 Shows: 5:00 & 7:30 FREDDY FENDER & Up With People SUNDAY Sept- 26/2 Shows: 5:00 & 7:30 RICHARD & PATTI ROBERTS plus The World Action Singers Purdy is a graduate of Oxford Rural High School. He earned a B.S. in agriculture from Oklahoma State University in 1967 and a M.S. in animal science at Kansas State University in 1971. He served as Greenwood County 4-H Agent 1967 to 1970 and has been Gray County Agriculture Agent and County Extension Director from 1971 to August 1976. Purdy has just returned from Richmond, Va., where he received the achievement award of the National Assn. of County Agriculture Agents. The award was presented in recognition for a hunter safety course that he developed. .-.While serving as county, agent Page 9 Garden City Telegram Saturday, September 4,1976 cbiintywide *4-H c program and several educational programs for agriculture procedures. His experience and expertise in agriculture is expected to be an asset to the bank. Purdy, his wife Betty, By JOHN CUNNIFF AP Business Analyst NEW YORK (AP) — The question of just how low we can push unemployment before producing an unacceptable rate of inflation is becoming one of the overriding issues of the debate between Democrats and Republicans. Both agree that there is a limit. Both agree that there comes a point beyond which the only workers remaining are those of low productivity, and the only available plant capacity is of the same marginal quality. Nobody seems able to demonstrate at what point the inflationary line is crossed. Four per cent? Six per cent? The answer, so important in terms of prices and jobs, is debatable, and probably will remain so in view of the current poor state of our knowledge. Not only is there considerable question about the real rate of unemployment — some say the statistics overstate the case, some maintain it understates — but there is uncertainty also about the level of available plant capacity. The latter measurement, less well known to the general public than the jobless rate, is devised to provide federal and private officials with an understanding of how near capacity is the nation's industrial machinery. To encourage further production when • plant utilization is near capacity is to invite shortages and inflation. To attempt to curtail plant expansion when more space is needed also flirts with those maladies. Are we sure, therefore, that we know when we are nearing capacity? No, we are not. Several years ago Rinfret because some customers Associates, a consulting maintained the figures were organization, began wrong, partly because their questioning the figures, partly own surveys were in disagreement. The matter was brought to the attention of the Fed, to the secretary of commerce and to other public officials. The Fed's figures showed there was a lot more capacity to be used than really existed, said Pierre Rinfret. The General Accounting Office began an investigation into the manner in which the Fed and private concerns measured capacity because, inevitably, wrong figures mean wrong policy. On June 26,1976, a governor of the Federal Reserve System, Henry C. Wallich, conceded in a speech before the Western Economic Association that a review of the figures showed that indeed they were wrong. "Thus it happened that in 1973," said Wallich, "when the Federal Reserve and McGraw indexes (McGraw-Hill) still seemed to signal ample capacity in most lines, we were, in fact, experiencing severe bottlenecks and were very much surprised thereby *, If the Fed had known the true situation, in all probability the nation's monetary policy and private investment strategies would have been changed. MR. BURGER JOINED the list of Garden City carry-out food establishments this week with the official ribbon cutting by Mayor Al Towles. Owner of the building Dr. Lowell Goodwin, third left of Towles, assistant manager Ruth Szabo, second left of Towles, state president lor Mr. Burger Ted Mc- Dowell, just left of Towles, and Garden City Mr. Burger manager David Holliday to Towles right, along with the Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors and store employes watch the ceremony. The new business is on Taylor Plaza across from Gibsons. TrlrKrimt 1'hntu Ray Purdy and their two children Barry, 6, and Tami, 2, will be at home in Garden City sometime this month. Sears Open Labor Day 12:00 to 5:00 Labor Day Sale Spectacular Most Items at Reduced Prices Ask about Sears Convenient Credit Plans Feds Cut Off Service To Liberal Meat Plant Kansas State Fair Hutchinson LIBERAL — Federal meat grading services are being . withdrawn from National Beef Packing Co., Liberal,' for violating meat grading regulations, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The withdrawal of services effective Aug. 28, is for 30 days, according to meat grading officials in USDA's Agricultural Marketing Serfice (AMS). However, 27 days of the withdrawal period have been suspended as part of a consent order agreed to by National Beef Packing Co. If the terms of the consent order are violated within one year, AMS officials said, the suspended portion of the 30- day withdrawal of services will be reinstituted. Company officials consented to the order after AMS charged that company employees illegally removed yield grade stamps from wholesale beef cuts at the Liberal plant. In agreeing to the consent order, the meatpacking firm neither admitted nor denied the AMS charges. ' Under the terms of the order, the company agreed to use the combination quality and yield grade roller bratfds and is prohibited from removing any yield grade stamps from wholesale cuts, regardless of the extent of trimming, for 60 days. During this 60-day period, the company must develop an affirmative action plan designed to prevent a recurrence of the alleged violation. Pre-School To Start Tuesday will be back-to- school for children at the Montessori School of Finney County. The school is beginning its 2nd year this fall and enrolls children from two and one- half to six years of age. Morning or afternoon classes. are being offered for two and one-half hours a day. A Montessori school is filled with projects which teach practical life, sensorial learning, language, math, geography and science. The philosophy of the school stresses two concepts: joy of discovery and respect for others. A few openings are still available in either 'class. For more school information, call Marian Mason 275-6253. ¥2 Price Girls'3-14 Pantsets 524 /I 97 rrr Sill. IH ill Kull rululci n *-\\r hit**! jC Ulllr fdrl** tiizrtt 3-6x tin* nf poly- rater and rot Ion rhino. Bigger girls* *i»rs7-Uare 100** nylon. Assorted styles utul colors. Stock n|t niiu and save. 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