today • • • In Garden City - Hospitals ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Susan Combs, Deerfield Barbara Dennison, 1216 Pinecrest Austin Dunnan, Dodge City Shawn A. Elliott, Deerfield Stephanie Espinosa, Gardendale Mary Ann Fisher, S. Star Rt. Joe Garnand, 206 Pine Edith V. Landgraf, 711 N. llth Jose I. Montemayor, Sublette Donna M. Phillips, 1307 Conard Duane A. Reeves, 806 Meadowview Dr. Mary Ellen Sperry, Ingalls Scott L. Allsbury, 1308 Laurel • ' Brian Babcock, 811 E. Price DISMISSALS Rosalia Dinkel, Tribune Mrs. Harvey W. Foth, 1011 Conkling Mrs. Floyd Fuller, Shields Mary Kaye Lowe, 1532 N. 13th Mrs. Harry Morales and baby boy, 111 N. 4th Patrick M. Phipps, 511 Meeker Dr. A. C. Porter, Leoti Randall Kells, 307 W. Olive Alfredo V. Rios, 106 W. Maple Jerry E. Wallace, 1919 "C" Accidents City—Wednesday, Sept. 8, 8:09 p.m., Main and Walnut, pickup truck driven by Barbara S. Faulconer, Gardendale, and car driven by Maurice D. Niedens, 811 N. Main, (moderate damage to both vehicles). Wednesday, Sept. 8, -1:26 p.m., 7th and Holmes, cars driven by James Behr, 810 E. Price, . and Priscilla A. Wenrich, 2013 Downing, (extensive damage to both vehicles). Thefts Between Sept. 3 and 7, gas caps, valued at $20, from vehicles near 6th and Thompson. Between Sept. 3 and 7, watch and calculator, valued at $195, from residence, 202 Spencer. Wednesday,. Sept. 8, bike rim, valued at $25, from 1102 Safford. Wednesday, Sept. 8, 12:13 Page 2 ' Garden City Telegram ; Friday, Sept. 10,1976 ' p.m., woman arrested for shoplifting $5.96 in groceries, from Dillon's Eastgate. Vandalism Wednesday, Sept. 8, 4:15 p.m., rock thrown through window in car at 8th and Kansas, $60 damage. LAWN-BOY !<ansas State Input Forum Set for City The first of 10 state-wide between the University and Citizens' Forums for Kansas the people who not only are a State University officials to major source of funding receive input from citizens of through their tax dollars, but the area on university a j so t he ultimate beneficiaries programs and services will be O f university services," conducted in Garden City on p res ident Acker said. September 15 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. ' Brpokover and Wells ex- i It,will be in the area ex- plained that the immediate tension office, 1501 Fulton ^objective is to insure that Terrace. University personnel are .Co-chairmen Ea'rl C. exposed to views of citizens of Brookover and Robert Wells all ages, occupations, and of Garden City said the forum backgrounds, here will be a public assembly Invitations have been ex- to. provide Kansans a vehicle tended to business, industrial, through which they may voice and agricultural leaders in 18 their views on matters of counties in the Garden City University responsibility in area. However, Brookover the areas of resident in- and Wells stressed that the struction, research, and ex- public is invited, tension. "In no sense is the forum an •K-State President Duane alumni meeting," they said, Acker will head a group of although the forums to be University staff who also will conducted throughout the participate in the forum. state are part of a broad ^''ThiS'Will-be an opportunity public service program of the for direct communication K-State Alumni Association. ***•**•* *********** Won. - TUBS. - Wed. Sept. 13, 14. & 15 KING SIZE WAUH CREMIVE CMOB PORTRAITS FOR ONLY Extra Charge for GROUPS SHUGART PHOTOS WITH THIS EASY-MOWING LONGER-GOING LAWN-BOY Buy a. Solid State Self-Propelled Lawn-Boy now and get the Leaf Shredder accessory FREE. It attaches easily to clean-up fall leaves fast. Lawn-Boy's super vacuum action pulls the leaves into the mower.- And the Shredder attachment condensRs them so you get three times-more in the catcher bag. A $14.95 value FREE with the purchase of a Lawn-Boy during the Lawn-Boy Leaf Relief Sale. '/ZUJJIIimillllllUUX LAVVN-BOV s^ The Leaf Shredder is also available separately I for most Lawn-Boy mowers made since 1964. AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS see Yellow Pages for Lawn Boy Dealer Names and Addresses NOW OPEN EVENINGS ti GARDEN CITY DATSUN, INC East Highway 50 P.O. Box 1158 Garden City, Kansas 67846 - Phone 316-275-7171 SALES: PARTS: Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday - 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Friday, Saturday - 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Now and used cars and trucks, all makes We take any kind of trade. New Datsuns from *2929°° Why miss a day's work? Shop on our open evenings policy Hours: Monday thru Friday - 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday - 8 a.m. to noon. A full line of all Datsun parts. SERVICE: Hours: Monday thru Friday - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday - 8 a.m to noon Factory trained Datsun technicians The friendliest, most organized, neatist and best equipped Service Dept. in the area. Will perform quality, fair priced work on all makes and models BUY WITH CONFIDENCE!!!
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