Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on December 3, 1977 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, December 3, 1977
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Egg Production On the Rise WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation's hens produced an estimated 5.3 billion eggs last month, up 1 per cent from September of last year, says the Agriculture Department. As of Oct. 1, there were 280.3 million laying hens at work, an increase of 2 per cent from 275.6 ,million in flocks a year ago, : officials said Tuesday. The rate of lay was 63.9 eggs per 1100 layers on Oct. 1, compared with 63.7 on the same date last year and 64.3 on Sept. 1. The report said the number of egg-type chicks hatched last month totaled 37.1 million, i a decline of 2 per cent from -37.7 million hatched in Sep- •tember 1976. Further, the number of eggs in incubators as of Oct. 1 — an estimated 33.1 million — was down 6 per cent from a year ago. Garden City Telegram Saturday, Derember 3, 1977 Fape 7 Building Tops Annual Record Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer November's building permits issued took the estimated value of 1977 building over the year-long record /high set in 1976 by $790,000. And the year still has the month of December yet to raise the new record even higher. The year-to-date estimated value in permits issued through November this year totals $15,797,478. That compares with a through- November total of $14,867,435 for 1976 and a total 1976 figure of $15,005,978 — the highest ever until this year. "This was the biggest November ever on record," City Building Inspector Rick Rickerson said of the $1,600,542 in permits issued last month. November 1976, Telegram's Business Scene saw $712,735 in permits issued, permit issued during November. That permit was Rickerson said the building issued for $807,671 in permit issued for the completion of the two federally- funded housing projects in the city was the largest single estimated value. Other major figure in the month's record of permits issued was for single family residences. In that category, approached by the city's 22 permits were issued annual building, totalling $715,000 in estimated "I think we might make it value. (to $16 million)," Rickerson With a month left in the said this week, year, Rickerson predicts the "We've still got a lot of possibility of the 1977 total houses coming in and there estimated value of permits are three or four pretty big issued topping the $16 million buildings that could possibly mark — a mark never before come in this year." Schiffelbein To GNB Staff .THE SAVING PLACE — LOOK, MA! LJ^^^""""^^^^^^^^^^^ fTheygatmy Personally.' Michael Schiffelbein, e native of Garden City, will joir .the installment loan department of the Garden National Bank Monday. Schiffelbein, 25, the son oi Casper "Cap" Schiffelbein, 317 N. llth, is a graduate oi Fort Hays State University with a degree in business administration. While at Fort Hays State, he was a member of Alpha Kappa Psi professional and business fraternity. He and his wife Linda, formerly of Dodge City, will move to Garden City from North Platte, Neb., where Schiffelbein has been manager of Associates Finance Co. DANCE AMERICAN G.I. FORUM 803 MARY STREET MUSIC BY La Sangre Mexicans Saturday, December 3 9:00-1:00 MEMBERS AND GUESTS ACROSS 1 States further 5 Distant 8 Italian wine 12 Entice 13 Topsy and — 14 Two of a kind 15 The Great White Way 17 Potpourri 18 Narrow groove 19 Shut off from view 21 Film star O'Neal 24 "-agirl!" 25 Bustle 28 Dunce 30 Grimace 33 Miss Claire 34 Former duchy of Sardinia 35 Wonderment 36 Carved totem pole 37 Augury 38 Realized 59 Armed .^ forces org. Schlffelbein Service Award to Millie Zimmerman Millie Zimmerman, Anthony Co., store, has assistant manager of C. R. received a 10-year service award pin with that firm. She started her service with the firm in Garden City in November, 1967, as sales lady in the ready-to-wear department and has stayed with the firm the last 10 years, at taining the position of assistant manager of the store. NewPosition With Zerr \7 Personality Portrait ; Only 384. lA Personality Portrait is more than a pic- t,irje. And this week at Kmart, a color Personality Portrait of your child is only 38?. V«u get a choice of eight backgrounds. And s»ch a huge selection of sizes and prices, yju might even want more than one. Wd. Thurs. Fri. Sat Sup. We Make You Look great Get ready for your busy holiday season with a new hair style for you. Permanents start at *22°° (Haircut included) Frosts $ 24°° (Shampoo and Set included) Call Gorki's Creations 41 Ponce de — 43 Proofreader's marks 46 Gets a reward 50 Merry-go- round 51 Intermission 54 Former S.E. Asia country 55 Vegetable 56 Sketch 57 "- and Dolls" 58 Female pig 59 Soap-frame bar DOWN 1 Warp yams 2 Insect's stinger 3 French fashion designer 4 Flight of steps 5 Not many 6 Hummingbird 7 Beams 8 On the left side 9 Traveling agent 10 Piece of glazed clay Avg. solution time: 22 mln. 12-3 Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 11 Modern Persia 16 "- of the Jackal" 20 New York, for one 22 Furniture maker 23 New 25 Repair 26 Spenserian heroine 27 Gun:night special 29 Solitary 31 Be obligated 32 Church bench 34 Grime 38 Massages 40 Appears 42 Hockey star: Bobby — 43 Rugged rock 44 A Japanese language 45 A skink 47 Land measure 48 School orgs. 49 Stitches 52 Recent: comb, form 53 A marble 1409 N. Main Street 275-1129 Rosalyn Funk-Gorki M^ Shirley Reidel Wd 1130 SUIK 12-4 Fri. Sat 12-2 12-3 Daily: 10 A.M.-8 P.M. Sunday: 12 Noon-5:30 P.M. 1210 Raining, Garden City (Mi: silling [xtr sub|ccl $ I 00 per subject lot additional subjects, ffoiins. or individuals in llu; some family. / Zimmerman Garden City Pipe and Tobacco Acmt from tin Port Office 2 3 25 26 33 36 43 SO 54 TT 27 44 59 40 26 34 37 22 45 51 55 SB 2J 29 41 52 20 24 53 46 38 56 59 30 T>S 47 31 48 32 49 CRYPTOQUIP 12-3 PBKNOF PBDW-T-PBTW PBOTNL FDWO SKLHOLL' SOTBH Yesterday's Cryptoqulp— DEFT SCULPTOR CHISELS OUT CHILD'S PROFILE. Today's Cryptoqulp clue: K equals 0 The Cryptoquip is a simple substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal O throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words, and words using an apostrophe can give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is accomplished by trial and error. Lundy Dave Lundy, 41, is filling the new position of vice-president of marketing with Zerr Construction Co., in Garden City. Lundy came to Garden City three weeks ago from Wichita, where he was a marketing consultant to several construction firms. He and his wife, Doe, are currently searching for a house in Garden City. They have four children, David Jr., 22, Rodney, 19, Lisa, 17, and Clint, 15. Lundy's arrival at Zerr is part of the company's plans to expand into all types of commercial construction. The company has started construction of airplane hangars throughout southwest Kansas and into the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles. Chaplain of St dthanra Hospital 7:00 p.m. KGLDTV en. 11 SUNDAY. DECEMBER 4 BOX 206, GOODLAND, KANSAS OR CALL US IN GARDEN CITY 316-275-1567 NO OBLIGATION ALL PLANS FHA APPROVED, QUALITY CONSTRUCTION *29,000 REGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZE Mary Street ASK US ABOUT OU RANCHSTYLE NOW AVAILABLE

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