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Page 16 (Jiirrten City Telcpran FrUlnv, INnvrnibrr IB. l'»77 today In Garden City Hospital ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Zinnia A. Budd, 111 N. llth Gina M. Debey, 1209 Conard Eileen M. Gardner, 1708 Prairie Park Kevin L. Mehringer, 2007 Center Pricsilla Mendez, 705 Ida Tammy L. Nairn, Syracuse Mary R. Otero, H and H Trailer Village Linda G. Rivas, Sublette Arlene M. Rowley, Syracuse Nancy Jo Russell, 2607 "C" Jeanne M. Terry, Rt. 1 Dale Williams, Dighton Ora E. Moore, 1206 Conard DISMISSALS Stacey R. Chitwood, 1019 Massey Ferguson Rd. Kirby K. Driver, 1708 Parkwood Christina M. Fields, Juco Dorm Arthur Hill ffigbee, 1004 Evans Mrs. Roger Kepley, Ulysses Solo Octavio Mendoza, 106 W. Maple Hector M. Morillo, Imperial Rl. Mrs. Fred Prose, Alamota Mrs. Henry H. Saucedo and baby boy, 2706 N. 10th Mrs. Donald D. Schluchter, Wichita Mrs. Dallas J. Schweer, 1602 N. 10th Mrs. Ronald Scott, Towner, Colo. Barry E. Stover, Ulysses Mrs. Thomas Williamson, Meade Courts — DISTRICT Judgements-Civil — BIG Loans awarded $702.68 from Charles and Jeff Clark. Gamble-Skogmo awarded $$1,980.01 from Tony and Martha Cruz. DIVORCES GRANTED — Cynthia J. Russell from Lyle C. Russell. Katharine M. Mesa from Edward G. Mesa. Steve E. Hamann from Jeri A. Hamann. Patricia Vigil from Venancio Vigil. Melissa Ann Clark from Clinton Clark. POLICE — TRAFFIC Fined — Craig Boultinghouse, 2004 Bison, unsafe vehicle, $15. Dee Ann Brungardt, 302 Burnside, reckless driving, $35, disobeying stop sign (two counts), $30, speeding 70 in 30 By DANNY STINEMETZ HOLIDAY ENTERTAINING can be a special challenge in the small apartment or home, unless the owners have given thought to their active social life in planning their decorative scheme. Actually, even a small living room or apartment can comfortably accommodate a party group when there is enough seating . . . and one boldly effective way to accomplish this, for those who entertain a lot, is literally to fill the room with seating. Intimate and functional effects can be achieved with pairs of large sofas grouped around a corner . . . perhaps with another chair or ottoman or seating unit to complete a U- shaped or square conversational arrangement. Complement these large seating areas with equally massive tables to give plenty of surface area for ashtrays, lighting, drinks, decorative objects, flowers and personal touches. The point to remember is that such a small living area can be as elegant as you want . . . and as comfortable as an apres- ski cabin, with furniture designed to bring people together. Whatever your decorating problem, large or small, you'll find that we can give you knowledgeable help... and show you a wide variety of solutions in fine furnishings from our large showroom displays. Come in! Garnand's zone, $50, failure to stop for pursuing police vehicle, $50, no driver's license, $15, and disobeying traffic signal, $15. Dwayne Reynolds, Wichita, expired tag, $10. Timothy Parker, Golf Acres, faulty lights, $15, speeding 40 in 30 zone, $20, operating vehicle with expired tag, (four counts), $60, and meter violation, $5. Karen Griffin, 309 Evans, parked in no parking zone, $4. Kevin Kline, 401 E. Kansas, exhibition of acceleration, $25. Barbara Hassell, 2712 Shamus, disobeying traffic signal, $15. Erma Thiessen, 921 Anderson, speeding 30 in 20 school zone, $25. Ollie Page, 2511 "A", speeding 31 in 20 school zone, $21. Roxanna Ryan, 707 Bancroft, speeding 29 in 20 school zone, $24. Kenneth Morgan, 1120 N. 5th, reckless driving, $35. Alice Strasser, 1014 N. 1st, speeding 28 in 20 school zone, $23. Gregory Mann, 516 Chesterfield, speeding 36 in 20 zone, $31. Earl Meairs, Sublette, expired tag, $10. Thomas Rayes, 605'/ 2 E. Maple, faulty lights, $15. Lois Ramsey, Imperial Rl., expired tag, $10. Cynthia Trujillo, juco dorm, speeding 42 in 30 zone, $22. Judy Proffer, Countryside Park, speeding 36 in 20 school zone, $31. Lynn Hinkle, 2224 W. Kansas, reckless driving, $35. Carl Vigil, 506 Meadow Lark Park, speeding 44 in 30 zone, $24. Wanda Smith, Rt. 1, disobeying red light, $15. Jack Rice, Lakin, failure to yield right of way, $20. Kenneth Lutters, 819 Bancroft, operating vehicle with expired tag, $15. James Englert, Syracuse, disobeying stop sign, $15. Rhonda Crosley, 1906 "B", operating vehicle with no driver's license, $15. Ron Wolfe, Deerfield, meter violation, $10. Archie Shook, 1609 Fleming, expired tag, $10. Kevin Tunis, 2011 N. 6th, speeding 44 in 30 zone, $24. Jake Eckert, driving on restricted driver's license, $15. Joseph Servantez, 206 N. 13th, disobeying stop sign, $15. William Long, 1716 Pat's Dr., drag racing, $25. Mary Gonzales, 201 N. Taylor, speeding 39 in 30 zone, $19. Adriana Lopez, juco dorm, disobeying traffic signal, $15. Roger John, Scott City, parked in no parking zone, $4. Maria Martinez, 211 S. 12th, speeding 33 in 20 school zone, $28. Steven Near, 320 N. 10th, drag racing, $25. Lino Asebedo, 209 Wesley, improper left turn, $20. Michael Sherwood, Sublette, expired tag, $10. Gary Peitz, 2321 N. 8th, faulty lights, $15. Rolland Reynaldo, 403 St. John, operating vehicle with expired tag, $15. Carrie Sue Daniel, 107 S. 10th, U-turn in service station, $10. Bond Forfeited — Keith Adams Jr., 507 W. Fair, improper left turn (two counts), $35. Robin Dehart, 2112 "A", speed greater than reasonable and prudent, $15. POLICE — OTHER Fined — Bernardo Rodriquez, 411 W. Fulton, transporting open container of liquor, $50. George Lucas, Rt. 1, shoplifting, $100. Martha Crossland, 811 N. 7th, curfew violation and permitting unauthorized minor to drive, $40. Bond Forfeited — Stephen Pickett, Dodge City, resisting arrest, $30. Accidents City — Monday, Nov. 14, 4 p.m., 400 block N. 6th, parked car owned by Terry Rome, 705 Pat's Dr., (major damage), and car driven by Kelley Purcell, 801 Davis, (minor damage). Burglaries Sunday, Nov. 13, two calculators, $24 cash, and keys, valued at $70, from residence, 1006 N. llth. Theft Wednesday night, Nov. 15, beer glass, valued at $1, from Witches 'n Brew, 1607 N. Taylor. Vandalism Tuesday night, Nov. 15, windshield cracked on vehicle at Garden Bowl, $150 damage. Legals MARRIAGE LICENSES — Kent Hamlin, 25, and Mary Lee Walls, 20, both from Garden City. Arnold L. Wishon, 28, and Cynthia Ann Ray, 19, both Garden City. Kenneth Robert Watts, 29, Garden Cily, and Linda Lou Channel, 31, Holcomb. Daryl Fay Hertel, 20, and Mallna Sue Newby, 18, both Garden City. Rory Kevin Schaffer, 19, and Janis L. Haller, 19, both Garden City. Claude Edward Lancaster, legal age, and Nancy Mae Smith, legal age, both Southwest City, Mo. Robert" Small, legal age, Garden City, and Phyllis Chapman, legal age, Amarillo, Texas. Ronald Lee Patrick, 30, and Lurita Ann Sears, 30, both Garden City Dean Clanton, 19 and Vicki Baxter, 18, both Garden City. Fifty Teams In Rifle Meet MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Fifty teams representing 25 universities from 14 states are expected here this weekend for the 19th annual invitational collegiate rifle competition which has been dubbed the "Turkey Shoot" because of its proximity to Thanksgiving. A total of 200 shooters are expected from as far away as Alaska for the three-day meet in the Kansas State University military science building. The National Rifle Association classes the meet as the largest intercollegiate competition for smallbore rifles in the country. Featured instructor at the shooter's clinic held in conjunction with the match will be Margaret Murdock of Topeka, who won a silver medal in shooting at the 1976 Olympics. She is a former KSU shooter. SERVICE MASTER CARPET CLEANING 275-1433 "The Cleaning People Who Care" Ag Department Causing Farm Bankruptcy LYONS Kan (AP) — Big farmers and their wives in crowd of between 5,000 and stantiallly when officials grain cooperatives and the Lyons that the co-ops have 7,000 are expected for the 2 revealed that their estimates U S Department of manipulated the grain market p . m . rally of the Russian wheat crop had Agriculture are forcing far- to make exorbitant profits been inaccurate. Agriculture mers into bankruptcy over low while farmers go broke. Most Atkins told the Lyons group Secretary Bob Bergland cron orices an organizer of of the audience rose to their the strike scheduled for Dec. announced last week the proposed nation-wide feet in support of the proposed 14 would continue until far- u.S.predictions of a 216 billion farmers strike said Thursday farm strike. mers receive 100 percent bushel Russian harvest were ni g nl In a related development, parity for their products. wrong, shortly after U.S.S.R. Charles Atkins Cimarron, strike organizers announced a He also said USDA spokesmen said the harvest Kan., told an audience of 400 strike rally in Hays Nov. 27. A credibility dropped sub- would be 194 billion bushels. NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT G © (1 West Highway 50 "Garden City's Newest 18 Club" Come join the fun & excitement with all your friends. SJ ffl AND BELOW MILEAGE SALE WHERE ELSE? WHO ELSE? BURTIS HAS THIS KIND OF LOW MILEAGE SELECTION IN LATE MODEL AND OLDER CARS TO CHOOSE FROM. BURTIS HAS SAFETY INSPECTED ALL CARS, HAS THE OWNER HISTORY, THE CARS HAVE BEEN WINTERIZED ANTI FREEZE, AND AN UNLIMITED MILEAGE WARRANTY IS AVAILABLE. NAD'S WARRANTY IS AVAILABLE WITH MOST OF THE CARS LISTED. ASK ANY OF THE BURTIS SALESMEN MOTOR CO.. I IMC. SALESMEN: -Francis Schaffer 275-6313 -Ken Billings 276-6741 -Jim toner 276-2188 -Watty Agnew 276-6745 -Frank Meeker 276-2009 -Alex Campbell 275-6171

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