Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 29, 1971 · Page 5
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 5

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National Board Moves to Insure Safety of Walkers Fog* 10 Garden City Telegram Tuesday, June 29, 1971 WASHINGTON (AP) — With Dhe naitdon's aiimuail pedestrian deiaibh tall wearing 10,000, the Naiftronal Transportation Safety Board today called on the federal govenmment to put more emphasis on walkers' safety. The board said results of a study conducted within the Department of Transportation THE BEST AUTO INSURANCE BUY! Low rates • FAST; FAIR, FRIENDLY service. Get the facts today. Farmers Insurance Group HARLAND L. THOMPSON AGENT 918 Perching Ave. (316) 276-2071 Sarden City, Kansas 67846 Showed liibtle being done to improve pedestrian safety. "Efforts directed specifically to pedestrian safety vary between one-eighteenitih and one- mnateeinilili of the effort that would be in proportion to pedestrian fatalities," the said. several 'agencies within DOT a.re involved in pe- deiStnLan safety, no office or individual is responsible for their cooirdiinatoon, the situdy said. "Thie absence of any organized national pedesibrian interest groups and the absence of aiutihorized programs which seek to expand facilities for pedestrian traffic or to impi-ove Dhe 'efficiency of pedestrian mwe/menit are serious drawbacks to pedestrian safety," it stated 1 . The report cited the "almost total lack of faciil'iibks foir pedestrian traffic on and across the 'initesbaite highway system . . ." During the 1967-1969 period there were 29,000 pedestrian deia'tths, 72 per cenit more itban the 'coitiibined total of all avia- tion, marine, railroad and grad'e-orosstog fatalities, the toarrd said. Of all the person's killed in highway accidienits during 4)hie period, 18 per cent were pedes- The board said more than 53 per cenlt of pedestrian dealtis ara in age groups deserving additional protecition because olf immaturity or 'advanced age — cihildiren below 15 and the ele- dei-ly above 64. "Alttough pedies'tnian safety is specifically named in the Highway Safety Act of 1966 . . . there has never been a pubMc clamor for pedestrian safety companafole to thait in otlher modes of tnanspoitaition," the report sadd. The safety board urged Sec rubairy of Transportation Joihn A. VoiLpe to insure pedlesitrian safety technology and regu laltoiry acitionis are coordimaitied by ifihe two agencies primarily concerned, *he Federal Hiigh- way Adiminiisitriaitkni >and the National Highway Traffic Safety Adimdnfiistoaitian. Absolutely the lowest priced.. ...new special-edition Ford is the lowest- priced full-size pickup with independent front suspension. Special trim, special paint, special foam seats. For openers, it's the only pickup with not one, but two front axles ... for a smoother, carlike ride. For comfort, it's got the roomiest cab of any pickup today. The pickup box is welded, not just bolted. And this "special" includes things like foam seats, Sports Custom door trim, bright drip rails, lots more! All this at a price lower than any comparable truck today I WE'RE STOCKED UP-PRICED DOWN ON ALL PICKUPS. Our Camper Specials have • big truck's jeat-typa rear springs. Prices start lower at your Ford Dealer's BURTIS MOTORCOMPANY, INC. P.O. BOX 797 Garden City, Kansas 12th and Kansas OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 10 PM NEW SUMMER HOURS Monday Thry Saturday 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. SUNDAYS 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. Tomghf On Television TUESDAT NIGHT 6:00—News, 6, 11 To Tell the Truth, 13 6:30—Beverly Hillbillies. 6 Julia, 11 Mod Squad, 13 7:00—Green Acres, 6 Don Knotts, 11 7:30—Hec Haw. 6 Movie, 13 8:00—Slrst Tuesday, 11 8:30—All in the Family, • 9:00—CBS Reports. 6 Marcus Welby, 13 10:00—News, Wthr.. Spts.. •, 11 Scene Tonight, 13 10:29—Local News. 13 10:30—Dick Cavett Show. 19 Tonight Show, 11 Merv Griffin. 6 WEDNESDAY NIGHT 6:00—Hugoton Newa, 13 News. 11, 6 6:30—Men From Shiloh, 11 Courtship of Eddie's Father, Men at Law, « 7:00—Room 222, 13 7:30—The Smith Family, 13 To Rome With Love, 6 8:00—University Medical Center, 6 Sing; America Beautiful. 11 Movie, 13 9:00—King Family. 11 Hawaii Five-0, 6 10:00—News, Wthr., Spts., 6, 11 The Scene Tonight. 13 10:29—News. 13 10:30—Tonight Show. 11 Merv Griffin. • Dick Cavett. 13 12:00—News. 11 Final Report. 13 THURSDAY NIGHT 6:00—Herald of Truth, 13 News. 6, 11 6:30—Alias Smith and Sonet, 13 Family Affair. 6 Flip Wilson, il 7:00—Jim Nabors Hour, 8 7:30—Bewitched, 13 Ironside, 11 8:00—Movie, 6 Movie, 6 Make Room for Granddy, 13 8:30—Adam-12, 11 Dan August, 13 9:00—Dean Martin, 11 9:30—Branded. 13 t O:00—News, Wthr.. Spts., 11 News, Wthr., Spts., 6 The Scene Tonight, 13 -0:29—Local News, 13 10:30—Dick Cavett, 13 Merv Griffin, 6 Tonight Show, U 12:00—News. 11. 13 Now Wearing Captain's Bars Army Captain Roger W. Lodier was recently promoted to this rank in a ceremony at Headquarters, VII Corps Support Command in Boeblingen, Germany. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. LeBoy Loder, 804 Park Place, Garden City. Loder serves as the aide-de-camp to the commanding general of the support command and has been stationed in Ger- many since November, 1969. He graduated from Marquette, Kan. High School in 1965 and from the US Military Academy, West Point, New York, in 1969. During the ceremony, Loder's captain's bars were pinned on by Brig. Gen. John T. Peterson, the commanding general, and by Loder's wife, Dicksie. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Sears USE YOUR CREDIT! 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