Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 14, 1977 · Page 2
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Page 2 Garden City Telegram Monday, November 14, 1977 Hospital ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Saturday Carol Bergen, 2313 "C" Forrest F. Barlow, Dighton Slacey R. Chit wood, 1019 Massey Ferguson Road Dominga M. Franco, 608 N. 131 h Michael J. Jacob, 1211 New York Petra (Betty) Lauber, 1704 N. 9th Lucie Rae Long, 1722 Pat's Dr. Darren C. Rapp, Wichita Sunday Rowena H. Barlow, Holcomb Kirby K. Driver, 1708 Parkwood Teresa A. Hernandez, 205 S. 4lh Robert M. Kyle, 702 N. 6th Emma L. LaGeese, 706 N. 7th Norma Jean McCormick, Holly, Colo. today. • • In Garden City Mary Ann Martinez, Garden City Marion K. Reynolds, Dodge City Randall G. Scott, Garden City Rachel A. Woodard, 701 Conkling Rose M. Wright, Marienthal Peter L. LeClere, 1201 N. 9th DISMISSALS Saturday Ralph Beckett, 1106 Harding Kirby K. Driver, 1708 Parkwood Carl K. Edwards, 1702 Fleming Mabeleen Holt, J and J Trailer Park Peie L. LeClere, 1201 N. 91 h Tony Nunez, 515 N. 12th Mrs. Freeman Skipton, 1107 Pearl Gary W. Spangler, Rl. l Arthur Wallace, 609 W. Olive Mabel E. Wat kins, Sublet I e Belly A. Whitesell, Tribune Sunday Charles J. Bello, 1208 Parkwood Jay Dee Blair, Johnson Mrs. Leigh Perry, 1504 Mikes Dr. Leigh Perry, 1504 Mikes Dr. Darren C. Rapp, Wichita Mrs. Jose A. Salazar, 801 Inge Rex B. Simons, 801 S. Main Mrs. Thomas A. Winter and baby girl, 918 N. 9th Burglaries Friday afternoon, Nov. 11, leather coat, valued at $225, from vehicle at Wheatlands parking lot. Vandalism Friday morning, Nov. 11, door kicked in and dented on vehicle at Main and Holmes. Friday, Nov. 11, front grill kicked in on vehicle, 1300 block N. 8th. Early Saturday morning, "THANKSGIVING TURKEY SPECIAL!" Nov. 9 thru 22,1977 HOOKUP CHARGE Reg. $15.45 NOW $7.73 tax included PRICE! Reconnection Reg. '5, Now '2.50 ft Tax. wan* JDoes Not Apply To Additional Outlets! FREE BONUS- Receive a $5 gift certificate towards purchase of any turkey from Dillons. Void in non cabled areas. Certificate presented when installation is completed. Expires at 5:30 PM Nov. 22,1977 GARDEN CITY CABLE TV 1015 Heming 275-5552 four mail carts pushed off dock and trash thrown all over parking lot at post office, 410 N. 6th. Friday night, Nov. 4, windshield shot on vehicle at 5th and Pine parking lot, $200 damage. Between Saturday, Nov. 5, and Monday, rock thrown through business sign at Gene Smith Agency, 1201 Taylor, $50 loss. Monday evening, Nov. 7, 11 sheets of sheet rock and thermostat control destroyed at house under construction, 1310 Kingsbury. Thefts Friday, Nov. 11, 4:41 p.m., juveniles arrested for shoplifting items at Gibsonns. Friday, Nov. 11, dog, valued at $35 from 2210 N. Main. Fires Friday, Nov. 11, grass fire on J. Henry Lafferty property, US 50 west behind Industrial Irrigation. Firemen said the blaze occurred when a trash barrel fire behind Industrial Irrigation spread to the Lafferty property. No damage was listed. . Friday, Nov. 11, 4 p.m., weeds on fire, 13th and Maple. Firemen said Jacinto Zavala was burning trash and it got out of control. No loss was listed. Anti-Smut Rally To Feature Vern TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Sedgwick County District Aitorney Vern Miller, who has waged a war on pornography in Wichita this year, will speak here Tuesday night at an aniismut rally at a Topeka Baptist Church. Miller's appearance is being sponsored by ihe Committee fur a Decent Community, which has aimed its primary efforis ai trying to gel local massage parlors closed. The group is working to get ihe Shawnee County Commission lo adopt a counly resolu- lion io ban the parolors. Miller, former slate at- lorney general,.will speak ai., 7:30 p.m. Tuesday al the South Knollwood Baptist 'Church. A spokesman for the organization said petitions will be circulated if .the commission doesn'l act. The petitions will urge action, Ihe Rev. Gary G. Jayne said. 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Main Your Complete Photographic Headquarters Scoreboard: Here's Status of Carter Energy Plan WASHINGTON (AP) — Here is a rundown on the status of President Carler's energy program in Congress as a House-Senate conference commillee Iries lo reconcile versions passed by each chamber: CRUDE OIL TAX. Carler proposed a lax on domeslic oil produclion thai would make il as expensive as imported oil by 1980 and add aboul seven cenls a gallon to gasoline and other petroleum producls. The House passed Ihis lax, Ihe Senale did nol. CONSUMES REBATES. The adminislration wanls crude oil lax revenues rebated lo consumers. The House agreed lo Ihe plan for a single year—a provision lhal would give about $22 lo each adult in a household for 1978. Although the Senale has nol formally acled on Ihe rebale proposal, Senale energy-tax conferees appear lo favor using revenues from such a lax—if one is ultimately adopted—to encourage energy conservation and increased production. NATURAL GAS PRICING. Carter proposed raising Ihe price ceiling on natural gas from $1.46 per thousand cubic feet lo $1.75 while mainlaining price controls and exlending regulation lo gas used within producing stales. The House wenl along, but the Senale voted inslead lo de- regulale gas prices after Iwo years. TAX ON FUEL-INEFFICIENT CARS. Under Carler's energy plan, fuel-inefficient cars would be taxed and rebales would go lo buyers of small cars gelling good gas mileage. The House killed the small- car rebates bul approved a scaled-down version of Carter's "gas guzzler" tax. The Senate rejected the tax idea and voted instead to ban production of fuel-inefficient cars, starling in 1980 with cars gelling less than 16 miles per gallon. The conference commiltee is deadlocked on this ussue. STANDBY GASOLINE TAX. Carter proposed increasing gasoline taxes by up to 50 cents, a,gallon if U.S. consumption continued lo climb rapidly. Killed in Ihe House, this was the first major casually of the Carter energy plan. TAX ON INDUSTRIAL USE OF NATURAL GAS AND OIL. Carter proposed a tax on power planls and factories that use oil and natural gas with accompanying lax credits lo Ihose facilities lhal convert lo coal. Bolh House and Senate went along with Ihis approach, although neilher bill would lax as many planls as would Carter's measure. COAL CONVERSION. Carler proposed prohibiling new power planls and major induslries from using oil or natural gas, requiring most existing plants using Ihese fuels to gradually converl lo coal or nuclear power and outlawing all use of natural gas as a boiler fuel after 1990. Bolh chambers approved the ban on oil and natural gas use by new plants, excepl where environmenlal laws prohibil use of coal or in areas where coal is nol available al reasonable prices. Conferees have lenlalively approved Ihis ban. ELECTRIC UTILITY RATES. The adminislration wanls to force utilities lo revise Iheir rale slructures, a move lhal would make eleclricily cheaper al nighl or during olher off-peak times and would bar discount rales to induslries that use lols of power. The House wenl along. The Senale rejecled any major overhaul of eleclric utilily rales bul voled lo reduce Ihe eleclric bills of persons over age 62 by about 40 percenl. CONSERVATION CREDITS. Homeowners could receive up lo $400 in lax credils for inslalling in- sulalion, slorm windows and olher energy-saving devices and even bigger lax breaks for solar energy equipment under Carter's plan. • : Bolh Ihe House and Ihe Senale have passed Ihis proposal. Conferees have nol deall wilh Ihe credits yel, bul have approved related provisions lo make low-inleresl, energy- conservalion loans available lo homeowners to authorize utilities lo help consumers inslall .energy-saving devices. MISCELLANEOUS ENERGY TAX BREAKS. The Senale bill includes some $42 billion in a variely of energy tax incentives, most of which would go lo businesses. The House bill conlains few of these proposals. LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN "GENESIS" 9:00 to 1:00 ATTENTION ALL FARMERS IF YOU ARE GOING TO SELL GRAIN, PLEASE SELL IT TO THE FEEDLOTS. WE HAVE AVAILABLE IN OUR OFFICES A LIST OF FEEDLOTS INTERESTED IN OBTAINING GRAIN. CONTACT THIS OFFICE IF YOU HAVE GRAIN TO SELL. PHONE 275-7421 or 275-7422 AMERICAN AGRICULTURE OFFICE 276-7677 Ladies & Junior DRESS SALE Out Entire Slock at Winter 77 Diesses \ Pantsints ate included in this sale AS ALWAYS FIRST QUAlIf Pick Your Own Sale Dress! In Thi Etttgatt Shopping Center 1315 KMM A Price Effective Thru Nov 15 Ot While Out Supply Lasts

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