Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 17, 1977 · Page 11
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 11

Garden City, Kansas
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Thursday, November 17, 1977
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College Circuit Garden City Telegram Thursday. November 17, 1977 I'age 11 The following students were science. | among 95 students to receive, their undergraduate degrees Luann Huelskamp this last summer from Fort daughter of Mr. and Mrs Hays State University: Donald Huelskamp, 602 E! Marianne .Gepner, Ulysses, Kansas, was among 43 home elementary education; Phyllis economics majors at Kansas Glea.son, Ulysses, nursing; State University, Manhattan Barbara Ocker, Copeland, selected for membership in data.processing; Lex Bush, October in the Alpha Chi Dighton, agriculture; Gary chapter of Phi Upsilon Reports Welfare Caseload Drop Campus, Leoti, education. physical Omicron, professional"home economics fraternity. Selection for Phi Upsilon Omicron is based on Norbert Linenberger, 906 Fleming; Cynthia Slover, junior, daughter of Rex Slover, Rt. 1. Margaret Grouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Grouse, South Star Rt., Garden City, Kan., is studying toward a master's degree in home economics education at Oklahoma State University. TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Welfare caseloads in Kansas have been decreasing steadily in recent months for a variety of reasons, including much stricter standards for eligiblity, according to the secretary of the Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services. Robert Harder told Gov. Robert F. Bennett and state unemployment rale was a fac- clients to some 9,000 this tor, but said the big reason month. For medical welfare was the tough new guidelines requiring general assistance- medical clients pay more for services. He said a similar decrease, although not so dramatic, has occurred in the general welfare category since July. payments, the caseload dropped from about 8,000 in July to slightly over 2,000 this montn, he said. SRS projections suggest the number of persons receiving assistance will remain about which would mean a revised Among the questions are budget request of $318.9 whether the state should m- by the million, trimmed budget division to $310.1 million. Kristin E. Henkle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Michael L. Linenberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Linen- scholarship 'leaderTwo and Henkle, 1704 Pinecrest, a first- berger, 906 Fleming, is one of achievement vear student at Cotte y - . . . - , achievement. 48 undergraduate men at the , University of Kansas to Garden City students at- receive the Summerfield tending Pittsburg State Scholarship this semester. University this fall are: The scholarship is for ex- Ronald J. Almos, son of Mr. ceptionally high academic and Mrs. Melvin Almos, 2901 records. N. 8t h ; Larry G. Brack, son of 1 • Ester Brack, 1409 N. 9th; Gary Area Students receiving A. Fry, son of Mr. and Mrs. degrees from the University of Melvin Fry, 801 E. Fair; Kansas during September and Myrna H. powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Powell, 811 Fitz; Rikki R. Schmale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schmale, 1111 N. 9th; Gary M Weber, son of Bobbie F. Weber, 1703 College, Nevada, Mo., is a staff writer for the student newspaper "Sonnance." The "Sonance" is published biweekly for the campus community and for student recruitmant. the same, although Harder The drops in general assist- admitted that caseloads could ance-medical and general as- rise in the future because budget analysts today that the sistance caseloads has had the there are thousands of eligible most dramatic change was a effect of reducing the cost of Kansans who have not signed the two programs from $14 up for one reason or another, million to about $4.5 million, SRS officials began today a he said. scheduled three-day hearing Harder said the new eligibil- to appeal recommended ity standards do not appear to budget cuts for the agency and have caused serious problems state hospitals, for former welfare clients. Since the new standards The bud i et division has 76 per cent decrease since July in the number of people getting medical welfare payments. A cutback was ordered because soaring costs threatened spending well beyond the SRS budget for the program. crease the amount of the average public assistance grant to keep in more in line with inflation, increase the amount of Harder presented officials money to larger families with a number of policy ques- whose checks are not now lions for officials and lawmak- equal to poverty level income ers which would substantially and eliminate the emergency affect how much money the assistance program because it state would put into welfare is expensive and hard to and related expenses next fis- monitor. Harder said another policy question would be whether the department should further lighten its guidelines for medical assistance ir possibly freeze the cost of the program cal year. Local Girl In 'Messiah' Berylanne (Bobo) Raley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray by restricting enrollment altogether. £ — " -— — lrim med by" $30.9 million the Raley, 416 Magnolia, has been <•: — i ----- CT.O i — i — . the October were Ricki A. McMillan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McMillan, 307 N. 10th; Linda Couch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Couch, Syracuse. Steve Mayo, Garden City, won second high individual honors in horse judging competition at the American Royal Nov. 5 in Kansas City. Mayo is a member of the Kansas State University horse judging team, which placed first in the competition. Mayo will be traveling with the K- State Livestock judging team to the North American Livestock Exposition Nov. 14 in Lousiville, Ky. N. 8th DONNA Kay Zirkel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zirkel, 1511 Walker. Terria Winn, daughter Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Robert A. Winn, South Star Rt., was one of five recipients of the Fall, 1977 All-University Undergraduate Research Awards at the University of Kansas. Sandy Yardley, daughter of Mrs. Rosa Ella Yardley, 1007 E. Pine has passed the certified shorthand reporters' test which was recently taken at Topeka, Kansas. Sandy, a 1975 graduate ofGarden City High School will be graduating from the Brown Mackie College in Salina, in the court reporting program. Harder agreed with the gov- gaicral "assistance "caseload fiscal vear SRS bud 8 et " amed a member of riaraer agreed w,n me gov ^ request of $350.3 million. Of Ottawa University Choir FF that amount, SRS requested under the direction of Dr. ernor that the state's DE Student of Month Marcia Gwen Harder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Asel W. Harder, 803 E. Johnson, and Anetta Mairie Kemper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kemper, Imperial Star Rt., are among 120 education majors student at Kansas State University student teaching this semester. Harder is teaching business at Champam High School and Kemper is teaching English at Manhattan High School. Doug Steinle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin D. Steinle, Rt. 1, joined the Phi Beta Lambda business club at Cloud County Community College this fall. Jolene Kaye Baker, Garden City, and Bob Lee Baker, Lakin, were named as honor students for the summer trimester at Oklahoma State Tech, Okmulgee, Okla. Terri Ochs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ochs, Imperial Rt., has received recognition for outstanding achievement in career education at the Brown Mackie College Awards Assembly. Terri, a 1977 graduate of Garden City High School will be graduating from the Brown Mackie College in the Legal Secretarial Program. A 1977 graduate of Garden City Senior High School Suzanne Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Tucker, 2704 Rebel Road, has been selected as November Distributive Education Student of the Month at Garden City High School. Suzanne works at Briar Hill Manor Nursing Home as a nurse aide. She plans to attend college and major in physical therapy. $170.6 million from the state general fund and the budget division trimmed that to $145.6 million. The agency asked for supplemental appropriations for the current fiscal year Stanley DeFries. The Choir will join the Ottawa University Symphonette and the choir of the First Baptist Church, Ottawa, in a presentation of Handel's Mesiah at 8 p.m. Sunday. WEDDING BOUTIQUE ft Select from 6 albums R Free Booklet g "PLANNING YOUR WEDDING" M Randall Friesen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Friesen, Eminence Rt., is attending colleges." They Kansas State University this amman daug hter of Mr. and Two area students are among 4 Fort Hays State University students who have been listed in the 1977-78 edition of Who's Who in American Universities and are Joann semester as a sophomore. Residence hall scholarship winners at...the University of Patrick Rooney, son of Mr. & Mrs. A. F. Rooney, Satanta, and a Junior at Kartas'Stale kan^mte/fSiS^lip University is one of twenty j Garcia] sophomore, s6n of Agriculture students selected ^ and m . s Dominic o c. to take a travel study course in Garciai 305 E Santa Fe; comparative agriculture to South America over the Christmas vacation. The group will leave Kansas City Dec. 26 and return Jan. 18. They will travel to Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador and Columbia to study farm problems and animal and crop Michael Lee Linenberger, senior, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Marvin P. Hamman, Rt. Dana York, Healy. AUTO CARE TOTAL CAR CLEANING Service ft Undercoat 709 Jones 275 5698 REAL ESTATE AND FURNITURE AUCTION WILL BE HELD MONDAY, NOV. 21st AT 1:00 P.M. 314 N. 13TH STREET REAL ESTATE SELLS 3:00 P.M. EARL BARTON-AUCTIONEER SOUTHWEST REAL ESTATE & LAND CO., BROKER MAYO'S To Investigate Coal Plant WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The Wichita City Commission has ordered a "thorough investigation" into alleged fraud in the sale of $3.3 million in bonds in connection with a proposed coal gasification plant. The commission, acting in the wake of an announced state investigation, also temporarily suspended one of the key officials involved in the project. State Securities Commissioner Dwight Keen announced Monday that he would investigate the sale of the bonds to determine if fraud was involved. In a Sunday article, the Wichita Eagle said statements made when the bonds were sold overstated the amount gas that customers had contracted to purchase from the proposed plant. The Eagle said that statements made at the time the bonds were sold falsely said the city was under contract to buy gas. The article said the statement told bond purchasers that contracts had been "signed for nearly 7.5 million cubic feet of gas daily when contracts had been written for only slightly more than 5 million cubic feet. Three Locals Win Prizes Local winners of the grab bag prizes in the Gappy Dick the most nearly prepared correct entries in the Cappy Dick word blank puzzle contest are: Jennifer Alex, 12, Rt. 2; Michael Meyer, 9, 1115 N. 3rd; Laurie Becker, 11, Box 1328. RAY MAYO'S FINE MEN'S WEAR Garden City, Kansas 67846 will deliver on presentation o/ this order . *25°° dollars 7o May We Put Your Name Here? Mayo's Dfl , P Today 325 Main 1702 AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE One Way. Only One Way. Your Way. 1977 OLDSMOBILE 98 REGENCY WITH ONLY 13,456 ACTUAL MILES, ITS PRICED AT OVER A '2,000 SAVINGS. OLDS TOP LUXURY SEDAN WITH TOO MANY OPTIONS TO LIST. 1973 FORD GALAXIE 500 SEDAN A ROOMY SEDAN TRADED IN ON A '78 PONTIAC. ONLY 44,969 MILES AND PRICED TO SAVE YOU MONEY ATM ,995. 1976 BUICK CENTURY SEDAN AS CLEAN AS A NEW CAR. EPA HIGHWAY MILEAGE AT 26. AT S 3,800, NO TRADE, YOU'LL HAVE THE BEST 19,800 MILE CAR IN TOWN. 1972 BUICK LESABRE SEDAN A LOCALLY OWNED, ONE OWNER CAR. BUY IT YOUR WAY . . . '1,600? S 1,200? M ,000? MAKE US AN OFFER. 1975 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR, THIS 22,673 MILE CAR SHOULD PLEASE YOU. 1973 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS COUPE IF YOUR WAY IS A SHARP SPORT COUPE. SEE THIS ONE. WE ARE PRICING IT S 2,895. 1973 PLYMOUTH FURY III THIS ONE IS THE AD SPECIAL. IT SHOULD SELL FOR ABOUT »2,195. IF YOUR WAY IS $ 1,380, COME ON IN. WESTERN MOTOR 5TH ft FULTON GARDEN CITY, KANSAS 275-4291 LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN "GENESIS" 9:00 to 1:00 FREE TO YOU With each purchase of any suit or sportcoat and slacks combination from our fine stock. Gift Certificate good for purchase of furnishings only. Come in and see our huge selection and meet our trained suit men. They are experts and will give you the proper fit. OFFER VOID AFTER NOVEMBER 24,1977 MENSWEAR Sunflower Excursions, Inc. MC No. 130436 and The Garden City Telegram Present December 26,1977 January 13,1978 ORANGE BOWL TOUR 19 DAYS -$7150P TWintifDDED ROOM - SI»r,LF ROOM ADD 5175.0(1 $50 00 DEPOSIT BY OCTOBER 25. 1977 WILL HOLD YOU A SKAT. BALANCE DUK... NOVEMBER 23 1977 ..DO NOT DELAY AND BF. DISAPPOINTED. IN CASE OF ILLNESS OR DEATH IN'THE FAMILY, YOUR MONEY WILL BE Hi .F tJNDED'. '. I SEATS SOLD ON FIRST COME BASIS ! ! ! FINAL LETTERS WILL T'. SENT PASSENGERS AFTER DAL, AN'CE DUE DEADLINE. SEND YOUR DEPOSIT TO: "SUNFLOWER EXCURSIONS. INC." Mrs. Emma Thompson, Tour Director, 411 North 8th .si root Garden City, Kansas 67846. Phone: 316-276-2916 (Office). HIGHLIGHTS WILL BE THE ORANGE BOWL GAME AND PARADE IN MIAMI, FLORIDA. Sightseeing Florida extensively plus many other plat-i-s rnrouto TOUR COST INCLUDES: ** TRASsPORATION G vlA E RESTROOM AND AIR COS.. 1T1ONI.D CUAUTEHI.D HI'S * HOTEL AND MOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS FOK 18 NIC, I ITS * ACCIDENT INSURANCE WHILE ON THE ENTIRE TOUR * BAGGAGE GRATUITIES FOR ONE LARGE SUITCASE PER PERSON * TICKETS"AND E PARADE SEATS FOR THE ORANGE HOWL GAME AND PARADEMi COST DOES NOT INCLUDE Meals or Items of Personal Nature! Come and .join this FUN trip!!! RIDE AND RELAX!!! Clip tho Coupon Below and Return to us immediately with your deposit. Don't bi: disappointed. 1977 APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP ORANGE BOWL TOUR DOWNTOWN GARDEN CITY I master charge! til•••!)« C»«0 I Ml Please reserve. seats for den City on December 26, 1977. (or payment In full - $715.00. to: SUNFLOWER EXCURSIONS, INC. Narae(s) of Tour Member City J Uy roommate will be . . me on the Orange Bowl 1 have enclosi-d $50.00 Amount Enclosed Tour Depart i Deposit for . Pie 411 North 8th Street, Garden City, State Zip Address RR Gar- each ase send Ks. 67846. ephone

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