Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 19, 1963 · Page 9
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 9

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rag* to (•union I Hv Monday, August 19, 1963 HEALTH CAPSULES 1 liy Mi-hnil A. IVlli. M.f). | WHAT CAUSES PIZZiNESS IN YOUNG PEOPLE ? THE MOST COMMON CAUSE, OP DIZZINESS INJ PEOPLE UNPER 4O 16 PLAIN OLP NERVOUSNESS. MONPAV: ALLERGIES. Health C»piuUl 9iY«» K.lplul infBrm*tion .It il not ml«nd«d to b« ol« di>gnoilic n>lu>*. Tight Supply in Free Wheat Mart The present light supply situa-; (ion in the free when! market Is j caused by several factors, according to Hugh J. McDonald, Extension grain marketing economist at Kansas State University. Major factors include the shprt wheat crop this year, the smaller supply of high protein wheat, the availability of government loans to wheat producers, and excess storage capacity at the present time. Cash premiums may weaken somewhat in August after domestic millers acquire wheat to run them for the major part of the year. However, prices should remain al or above the net loan rale which is, in effect, the floor for U.S. wheat prices. The ceiling for domestic wheat prices is the Commodity Credit Corporation sales price, which is 105 per cent if the basic county support rate, plus carrying charges, plus the market value of the protein or the price support premium, whichever is higher, McDonald explains. Next March or April the CCC sales price for No. 1 wheat, ordinary premium, Kansas City basis, will be in the neightor- hood of $2.30 per bushel. The support rate will be $2.07 per bushel at thai time. Very little wheat will be sold at the CCC sales price level for domestic purposes, but sonic extremely high protein wheats may sell this high. Producers who have stored this year's wheat on the farm have very little price risk involved b> holding until after the first ol the year. Prices are presentl.\ close to the not loan rate ant: there isn't a great deal of ad vantage to selling now. There is the possibility of making a few cents by holding, par tieularly with wheat that com niands a premium under the price support program. Some producers are expected to hole until the new year for income tax purposes. Producers who store wheat un dor a warehouse receipt risk the cost of storage by holding int* 1964. However, wheat prices have increased from August to March every year since 1938. Judge Jabs At Ferguson KANSAS CITY. Kan. (AP) — Judge Norman B Snrtor put into (he City Court record his reaction ' to criticism directed at him by the Kansas attorney general. Judge Sortor had been criticized i by Ally. Gen. William M. Ferguson for the dismissal of five liquor cases. The attorney general ; disputed (he judge's "apparent requirement that an arrest must , be made at tlu- time liquor is purchased and that the liquor must be seized and analyzed and put in evidence." Sortor. dictating into the court j record, -said: ! "As an individual. I would not dignify the .statements 1», any comment. . . Rut in deference to the office I hold and in defense of all courts, I feel the public is entitled to an ans\ve|- to the inferences contained in Mr. Ferguson's press releases " ' The judue si 'id the procedure he followed did not abandon legal precedent, as indicated in Ferguson's (.tatements. Fancy Meeting You MIN'EOLA. N.Y. <AP> -Detect he Joseph Kelly of the forgery squad really put his heart into his work when he was assigned to bring in a rubber eheckartist. The fellow was signing his worthless checks, with the name "Jo seph Kelly." Kelly — the real one. arrest ed Kelly—the bogus one. at his home. Reported the detective: "When 1 flashed my badg? and introduced mssclf as Joe Kelly. the detecitve. the man grinned and shook his head in disbelief. •Well, how about that?' he said." ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU WED., AUG. 21, 1963 FIRST OF THE WEEK ft Speetafo WILSON . . . Corn King CANNED Wilson Certified . . . CHOPPED SMOKED BEEF 23; 29c Chuck Wagon Brand . . . SLICED BACON 2 £. 98c Swift's Premium All Meat . . . SKINLESS FRANKS u, 49c KRAFT . . . SALAD DRESSING ... MIRACLE WHIP Qt. Jar WITH $2.50 OR MORE PURCHASE! SEE THE GIANT BABY RUTH TO BE GIVEN AWAY . . . SAT., AUG. 24th TO THE GARDEN CITY BOY SCOUTS! ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW IDEAL FOOD STORE "COUNTRY KITCHEN" SPECIALS! BAR-B-Q CHICKEN COLE SLAW Ib. 29c Ib. POTATO SALAD Ib. 29c DEL MONTE . . . TOMATO JUICE $ 1.00 10 KOUNTY KIST ... Vacuum Pack CORN 8 c™ $ LOO U.S.D.A. Grade "A" BELTSVILLE To 6-Lbs. Avg. WALDORF . . . TOILET TISSUE GARDEN CLUB . . . NON RETURNABLE JUG . .. ORANGE DRINK Roll Pkg. 3 Jugs PLUS... MANY WEEK-LONG VALUES IN OUR BIG 8-PAGE MAILER! KRAFT . . . PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE DEL MONTE .. . PEACHES ^J Cans it a GOOD REDS Help Your Child in School (iOLI)EN HOOK A brand new work! of knowledge • Every page in glorious color • 15 years in the making Volume 2tfaMyM6 kC • It Volume 1 M COUXH BOCH [KCIClBrtlllA BUY A BOOK-A-WEEK ALMANAC OF FACTS ^» ^^ ,99

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