Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on September 9, 1976 · Page 2
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today... Hospitals ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Tobie S. Bascue, Kent's Trailer Court • Margaret I. Bauck, Leoti Kyle R. Brown, Healy Earl C. Crowley, 2502 "A" Michael Davis, Lakin Richard L. Harbaugh, 2709 Belmont Mano Koehn, Montezuma Karen S, Moats, 108 S. Main Gloria Morales, 111 N. 4th Martha E. Noell, Syracuse Freda E. Rosas, 506 Taylor Arden W. Shupe, Healy Thomas R. Snell, Ulysses D. Randolph Taylor, Johnson Linda E. Valdez, Westside Trailer Park Wanda K. Wilkinson, 1711 Prairie Park Lane Mary Segovia, Garden City DISMISSALS Jerry L. Byrd, Holcomb Michelle R. Carley, S. Star Rt. Mrs. Paul R. Jr. Collins and baby girl, Satanta Donald George, 1805 Mike's In Garden City - LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN "CONTINENTALS" Back Again 9:30 to 12:30 Dr. Wayne A. Hazlett, Lenora Mrs. Brian D. Long and baby boy, 1913 "B" Fred I. Martin, Clinton, Okla. Mrs. Walter Moats, 108 S. Main Mrs. Wayne D. Parks, 2002 St. John Mrs. Caroll H. Powell, 925 N. 9th Accidents City—Tuesday, Sept. 7, 10:58 a.m., Giant Wash parking lot, 205 E. Laurel, parked car owned by Raymond Mangan, 507 E. Spruce, (minor damage), and car driven by Connie M. Maestas, 611 Conkling, • (no damage). Tuesday, Sept. 7, 8:48 p.m., Kansas near Mildred, cars driven by Marcella Baier, Holcomb, (extensive damage), and Herlinda Small, Holcomb, (no damage). Tuesday, Sept. 7, 9:01 a.m., 1200 block 8th, pickup truck driven by Jorge Sanchez, 211 S. 12th, (extensive damage), fence owned by Joyce Konkel, 1201 N. 8th, (moderate damage), and trash cans owned by Kathy Rose, 1203 N. 8th, (minor damage). the I prescription 2 * shop I 602 N. 7th Garden City ^ $1.65 Value CHERACOL-D Cough Syrup 97c $5.39 Value £ STRESSTABS-600 D $3.79 For everyday health needs— 1 "'We ire at'your service'. We welcome your patronage." $3.98 Value . BUFF KIT For Acne J $2.43 ft $3.49 Value 1 Time Release K VITAMIN c 500 mg. J $1.94 All Insulin Sold At Cost DRIVE-IN WINDOW H FOR DELIVERY •• Page 2 Garden City Telegram Thursday, Sept. 9,1976 Courts County —Frank Lee Pacheco,< 20, Garden City, charged with possession of marijuana, entered guilty plea. Fined $250 plus costs, sentenced to six months in jail, sentence suspended upon payment of fine and costs. Vandalism Between Sept. 4 and 7, window shot out of Firestone Store, 611 E. Fulton, $215 damage. County—Sometime over Labor Day weekend, table saw, valued at $400 damaged at building northeast of Garden City. Thefts Tuesday, Sept. 7, 6:20 p.m., police said a woman was caught stealing a blouse, valued at $5.97, from Alco. Between Sept. 3 and 7, tool box and tools, valued at $100, from bed of pickup truck on Bernice Ave. Between Sept. 3 and 6, battery, valued at $20, from motorcycle parked at 517 N. 10th. County—Sometime over Labor Day weekend, air impact wrench, valued at' $283, stolen from shop at Shupe Brothers Trucking, west Highway 50. Reported Tuesday, 1975 Ford pickup stolen from 801 E. Walnut, valued at $5,000, owned by Webb, Inc. Fires Saturday, Sept. 4, 12:59 p.m., five small grass fires along Santa Fe Railroad right of way east of Garden City. Firemen listed no monetary loss. All, American Signs with Stingers CINCINNATI (AP) - The Cincinnati Stingers of the World Hockey- Association announced Friday the signing of Jame Hislop, an All American right winger from the - University of New Hampshire. Bill DeWitt Jr., executive vice president of the club, said Hislop signed a two-year contract. Terms were no announced. The 22 : year-old native of S,arnia, Ontario" scored. 77 goals and had 132 assists during his four years at New Hampshire. He was twice named the club's -most valuable player. Life Underwriters To Meet in City Southwest Kansas Association of Life' Underwriters will meet in Garden City next Monday. The session will begin .with a luncheon at the Airport Restaurant. Featured speaker will be Gary A. Walter, CLU, FLMI and advanced life underwriting specialist, Kansas Farm Life Insurance Co., Inc., Manhattan. Subject matter to be presented will be in the area of advanced underwriting. Wheat Prices Said Stable WASHINGTON (AP) Wheat prices appear to have stabilized, according to the National Association of Wheat Growers. The large crop in the United States and worldwide has caused prices to fall to about $1 a bushel below Jast year, the association noted in a news release this week. "Prices will continue to be under pressure, and if winter wheat producers increase planting this fall over last year it will be bearish on the market," said Jerry Rees, executive vice president of the association. "The lower-than-expected corn and soybean crop has been beneficial to wheat prices and these crops are not yet harvested," he said. "A frost or rain at harvest would change the complexion of the market dramatically." He also noted that an additional market factor "is the every-four-years phenomena of a national election." Rees added: "The administration has authority to take several various steps to bolster markets..." Walter was graduated from Kansas State University in, 1971 with a BS degree in business administration; received his C.L.U, degree from the American College of Life Underwriters in 1974; and an Advanced -Pension Planning Certificate in 1975, Recently, he was awarded the title of Fellow, of the Life Management Institute which indicates his. expertise in various ' aspects of life insurance management including fundamentals, operations, legal aspects, accounting, economics as well as investments, mathematics and office administration., He has made many appearances throughout Kansas on estate planning, pension planning, business insurance, HR-10 and tax sheltered annuity plans. Currently he is serving as an instructor for the Regents Continuing Education Network (Telenet), Kansas/State University; for the chartered life underwriter course. PRESENTING THE ALL NEW JEAN SHEPARD with Leon Boulanger tr The Second Fiddles THE MINI CLUB Friday, September 17 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. JEAN SHEPARD has been involved in country music for much of her life. She formed an ail girl band at the age of 14 and has been going strong ever since. Jean is a true veteran of the country music business and some of her hits include "SATISFIED MIND", "A DEAR JOHN LETTER", "FORGIVE ME JOHN'T'MY NAME IS WOMAN" and many other best selling songs. HURRY! Only 150 Tickets Sold. DON'T MISS THIS SHOW Tickets Available At Mini Club. All Tickets Walter... here Monday Telegram Want Ads Get Results ALL HOSIERY STYLES AT SPECIAL SAVINGS SEPTiMBER 10-18 How could it happen at a better time? Special low prices on the entire Hanes line right when you're putting together your new > wardrobe for fall. Our selection never has been more complete including your favorite colors. Come see—and save! Alive® R e g.Rrica $595 Ullfo Sheer Everydoy Reg^ice S.I.P.I,. $2.50 Reg.ftice S] 95 W.M. the best of both worlds In the Eastgate Shopping Center 1315 East Kansas Avenue O&K&X- DARE TO ^&v*-Cv * * 'A'* **< A. "t \. l . %>; >' ,; ( ;:§EA$ONAFTErl SEASON the best of both uxxlds In the Eastgate Shopping Center 1315 East Kansas Avenue

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