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i "' "" " "" h "" 0: "eo, oo ao ,,eV Hardin Invited" - . . Lneume nsnmg unung to askaboutmybenefits, it ~O ~J~n~Jq~'~J[ J~/ Thursday, June17, * ~ seems my number is more ira- "I" ~Frw ~ i ~ m~l Page 6. 2 licenses go on sale soon GovernOr For ----- A:Therearemorethan30 Signing of DWl Bill million names in the VA re- cords system, many identical. Your claim number or Social Warred Hardin d Bellevllle wu PRATT--Lifetime ~rantees are hard to find these days, But the Kansas and Game Commission will soon be selling fishing and hunt~ licen~s guaranteed v~lid for the lifetime of their lifetime licenses will be : : ava~ble starting July 1. Only ~s residents can buy ~, Cost0f $200 for a fishing ~, ~ for a small game ~t~ ~, or $400 for a _ combination fishing-hunting 'The sale of lifetime will benefit both sportsmen and Fish and Game, said Bill Hanzliek, ~tor of the state agency. 'Sportsmen who buy the lifetime license obtain a hedge against any future price in, ~se in fishing and hunting licem~, DePending on his age, for example, a hunter ~d save sul~tially by buy~.g a lifetime license now instead of buying a license every year for the rest of his life. ..... "F~ and Game will put , v, es the of lifetime licenses to work in interut-beariug accounts," Han~Jiek explained. "It will be an im~t source of much : ~ftmds to help us pay for fish and wildlife enhancement Kansas." A~lications are now available at county clerk s of- flees, Fish and Game ~onal affiX, ~ the agency s cen- tral office in Pratt. Sportsmen already have shown much in- ter~t in obtaining the ~, said R~se Ewing, licensing ~intstrator. "Some are apparently in- in obtaining a low nmnber (early issue) license, so we may even have to con- a drawing on July 1 to distribute those first lifetime licensee we sell," she said. a lifetime license is ob- taimxl, it is valid even though its purchaser eventually moves out of the state, Mrs. E~dug noted. "We're going to check all applicants out thoroughly to wake sure they are bona fide residents of Kan- sas," she said. Holders of lifetime hunting licenses still must apply for special permits if they are in- terested in hunting deer, antelope, or wild turkey; the lifetime hunting license ap plies to small game hunting only. Similarly, purchasers of lifetime fishing licenses would need to purcimse a 'hatchery ptpw.h,' ~e revenue-producing L. Blaine Rush method by which Fish and Game plans to finance con- struction of a new fish hat- chery at Milford Reservoir. Those who wish can obtain a lifetime license by paying for it in quarterly installment~l~ Mrs. Ewing said. A lifetime fishing or hunting license can be obtained wl~ eight ~lflell~rly paymen.ts of..$30, a combination ucense can be obtained with right quarterly payments of $55. VA QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Q:I am in college under the VA Rehabilitation Program. Who pays for the tuition and books? A: The VA pays the college directly for cost of tuition, fees, and books for disabled veterans pursuing a voca- tior4d rehabilitation program authorized through Vocation- al Rehabilitation and Coun- seling staff at VA regional offices. Security number permits the VA to quickly and accurately identify your records and de- termine what benefits you are entitled to. Q: May I use my veterans educational entitlement in ap- prenticeship training? A: Eligible veterans may pursue full-time apprentice- ship programs approved by a State Approving Agency. For more details, contact your nearest VA Regional Office. Q: Is there any way I can increase the face amount of my World War II National Service Life Insurance policy?' A: You may use your an- nual dividend to purchase paid up additional insurance. Q: I am a 67-year-old veter- an with limited income ap- plying for a nonservice-con- nected pension. Do I need to furnish medical evidence of disability? A: No. Permanent and total disability is presumed at age 65, Smith Center man seeks international Lions post Members of the Kansas Lions, gathered Saturday in Salina for the 61st state convention, gave roaring approval to the candidacy of a North-Central Kansan for in- ternational office. L. Blaine Rush, Smith Center, was unanimously nominated for inter- national &rd vice president -- leading ultimately to international preatdent ff elected -- during Saturday's buainese seu/on as part of the. three-day con- vention at the Red Coach West. Rush has served a two-year term as an international director. A Lien for more than 2S years, he also has served as International Foundation Chairman and has been active on the district and local levels. Other convention highlights included a golf tournament Friday at the Salina Municipal Course, banquets Friday andSaturday nights, a barbecue and a dance Friday night and a long parade Saturday morning through downtown Salina. A parade feature was the 230-mem- ber- K~asas Lions All-State Band repre- santing 175 state clubs. The Salino Jounml preeent last week oil May 12, when Gevemor John Carlin slg/aed 8B W$ into law, a bill stresatn$ penalties for drunken driving in Kmmm. Hardin luB been a worher for the legislaflen for the past tm year= following a tragedy he ~meed at that time when a drunk drtv~ m 1-70 near Quintor, Kan., bit h~d oo ud Ifllled hts sere, Grq, and ~de-to-be landa Henry ~ wtth three othe~ frem Kamms ~ us they ~ trem a game on Oetobe $, 1971. Portraits of them five young people filled Kanua ~pe~ ~ the entire state noted the great lob rmaUug frem the tragedy. Mr. ~ is now the Rqmbae.Jewell County Engineer. His home is flllsd with Le folders of clippings and esetnspon-i attesting to his vigerol mmde for ~stfffer legislatien and increased DWl Penslties. F4Ldt year he has al~pasred ell tel~en with Rev. Rtdmrd' Taylor, a Kansu anti-liquor crusader, as they worked to stir up at~gry viettn~ and ~ends, aud enter ~ ~ behind th~ effort lhu.dto and Taylm" have bse~ in the Automatic Coin perated Laundry Open 7 Days A Week DON'T LET IT PILE pl Are you blocked by a moun- tain of laundry? Here's an easy way to by-pass it. Get "caught up"-- Mankato ry battle longer tlum such groups as MADD ::: ( Motlm.s Against Drunk Drives) and RID (Remove Intoxicated Drtvm's) m doing anoint Job naflen ~le in wocki~ for Itwus fitting that Hard~ a graduate County Engineer Warren Hardin, Belleville, and Rev. Richard Ta~,___~ Kansas State Unlvecdt~ ~dl~ea Blue following the signing of SB 699, a bill providing stiff penaltleSr~a~t KeySehelarsblp is given in Grog Hm~lln's drivers found intoxicated in Kansas. ~'~Y" frame, for Um sign~ at this I~~ d ~434~ Even than ~t re- . m: your your I989. already used Smith Center, Ks~i~"F i to', HARVEST SEASON SCHEDUL Thursday-- - June 17th Last Cattle Sale Before Harvest ii ~78-~8~ Q: Can I use my entitlement for a home loan and go to school under the GI Bill at the same time? A: Yes. There is no restric- tion on receiving both of the benefits concurrently. How- ever, VA education benefits are not considered as qualify- ing income for a long term VA home loan. Q: I served in the Air Force from 1969 to 1971 and in the Army from 1977 to 1981. I did not participate in the contri- butory education plan now in effect. Am I eligible for any VA education payments. A: You ar6. entitled to 45 months of GI Bill educational benefits based on your first period of service. though it has been more than 10 years since your first re- lease from active duty, your Army service extends your ending date to Dec. 31, 1989. Any amount would be deducted. I.S PlWI~, k~M ~ 1~7 We~d 1M Sh~ ~ dow,~m H~ oltm I Uaklm Mexican dining experkm. The restaurant offera many Mexican favorites and has recently addnd~several new items to the menu. La Piacita offers new items; unique dining experience La Placita has just celebrated its third year in business. The restaurant opened its doors at 627 West 1st Street in Hastings June 11, 1979 and since that tilae, there has been a continuing gro~h in the number of customers who have sampled La Placita's fine Mex- ican food. This growth is in spite of a re- cent national restaurant poll which reported that only 54 percent of the American public eats Mexican food. La Plaeita owner Delbert Honn feels that the 46 percent who do not eat Mexican food may have misconceptions about it. "Perhaps the reason for this bias is based on some people's misconceptions that all Mexican food is hot or spicy," he said. "In truth, even in Mexico many of the foods are relatively mild and delicately seasoned. At La Placita we prepare the food to he mild, but we can make it as spicy as a person wants it, by request." "So~ in a group, there is a ~mwho feels he can't eat Mexican "he explained. "We often suggest an Item to these people that we think they may enjoy. Many times these same people learn to truly enjoy Mex- ican food and become regular ~ers." Delhert said that stone of La Placita's best customers are retirees who spend much of theft winters in the Southwest snd have learned to enjoy Mexican food the way it is prepared in that part of the country. Most o~ the items at La Placita are prepared when they are ordered so customers will receive the food fresh and hot. Most items are available for carry-out as well. La Placita offers luncheon special every noon. Some of these specials are regular featur~; some vary from day today. In addRion to these speclais, the entire evening menu is available at no~ (with the exception of sopapillas). La Plaeita has recently introduced some new items to the regular menu. The Burdto Supreme has become a very popular item, according to Delbert. "We have sold nearly 600 of the Bur- rite Supremes in the past few weeks," he said. The Burrito Supreme is a flour tortilla stuffed with beans, beef and cheese, smothered in cheese sat:ce and covered with shredded lettuce and tomatoes. The entire burrito is topped with two dollops of sour cream and a dollop of guacomole and garnished with sliced ripe olives. The Chili ReUeno is also a popular new addition. This consists of an egg wrapper stuffed with mild green chilis, Montorrey Jack and Cheddar cheese and onions. It is then deep-fried and top- ped with the customer's choice of cheese sauce or green chili. The new Monterrey Combination is a fancier combination plate, according to Delbert. For "one price, a customer receives a beef and bean burrito, a chili relleno, a flour taco, rice, beans and with sauce. This combo is cur- rentiy being offered at a special in- treductery price. Ordinarily these items individually priced would cost over $9.00. The introductory price is $6.95. La Placita has also introduced a variety enchilada plate, consisting of a flour enchilada with perk, sour cream, cheese and onions; a corn, beef and cheese enchilada; a corn, cheese and arden encJdlada; rice, beans and chips with sauce. La Placita serves a variety of wines and beer, including imported Mexican beer. Giant wine margaritas are also offered, including plain, blue and strawberry. Also available is a mnall "on the rocks" margarita, La Placita has begun summer business hours. Until further notice, the restaurant is open Monday through Fri- day from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m., Friday evenings from 5:00 until 9:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 1!:00 a.m. te 9:30 p.m, Hastings Tribune Church and the Jewell County Parish. Editor's note: Delbert Honn is former pastor of the Harmony United Methodist Thursday - - - July 15th First Cattle Sale After Harvest When you have cattle for sale Ira Chandler, Jr. Smith Center 282-6547 I Dick Weltmer Smith Center 282-3570 There's been a new development at place... mW Us t he{ in st, carb] ... and we're taking i some time off to get settled in~ ! ) rep B~ r$. achin SUMMER HOURS: Closed until July 15. Open 1-4 p.m. July 15 to September 1. Will take wedding dates after July 15. Smith Photography 501 N. Center 378-~ _.A