Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 25, 1976 · Page 14
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 14

Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, June 25, 1976
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today • • • In Garden Cil\ — Hospitals ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Nancy E. Battin, 509 Chesterfield Ethel Louise Elder, 602 E. Santa Fe Etta M. Estes, Dighton James P. Mahuron, 1606 Old Manor Kalhy J. Maxfield, Syracuse April J. Mitchell, H&H Trailer Village Charles F. Moeser, Sterling, Va. Mable L. Near, 405 N. 3rd Jason Owens, Lakin : .Leslie A. Russell, 611 N. 6th DISMISSALS Paul Anderson, 1310 N. Main Ronnie D] Barnes, Holcomb; Mrs. Ronald A. Beckett, lll'/i! Hazel Mrs. Clarence E. Burgardt, Holcomb Charles F. Dean, Leoti, Anna E. Deines, 504 N. 4th Donald W. Edwards, 301 W. Maple Mrs. Joe C. Garcia and baby boy, West Haven Roy Gates, 314 N. 13th Mrs. Arnold Linden, Dighton Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Johnson Jason Owens, Lakin Ramon Perez, 203 S. 5th Tara J. Schwaller, Eminence Rt. L. Alma Scott, 703 N. 7th Mrs. Frank E. Shipley and baby boy, Eminence Rt. Arden W. Shupe, Healy Lyn M. Spikes, Eminence Rt. Sarah R. Stapleton, Sublette Eber J. Steitz.. Elkhart Betty J. White, 1603 N. 10th Courts POLICE—TRAFFIC Fined — Mitchell Watson, Tribune, speeding 50 in 40 zone, $20, and speeding 41 in 30 zone, $21. David B. Christensen, 2007 N. 7th, striking unattended vehicle, $20. Appeal bond, $100. Appearance bond, $100. Felipe Garcia, 508 E. Santa Fe, speeding 33 in 20 zone, $23. Jeffery Hull, H and H Trailer, faulty lights, $15. Peggy Jones, 709 E. Laurel, no current registration, $15, and no driver's license, $15. Nella Funk, Scott City, expired tag, $10. Jeffery A. Linenberger, 1117 Harding, disobeying stop sign, $15. Fielding Hands, S. Star Rt, disobeying traffic signal, $15. Georgia Legler, 310 Mary, no eye protective device, $10. Sharon Ingalls, 801 Safford, permitting unauthorized person to drive, $15. Kathy Flores, 309 N. 12th, expired tag, $10. Carolyn R. Post, 2016 Downing, speeding 41 in 30 zone, $21. David W. Simmons, Cimarron, speeding 40 in 30 zone, $20. Alberta D. Timm, 625 N. llth, speeding 45 in 30 zone, $25. Jose Medrano, 2005 N. 7th, speeding 40 in 30 zone, $20. Curtis H. Foreman, * 2605 "C", no helmet, $10. Luis Gonzales Jr., 305 W. Emerson, speeding 41 in 30 zone, $21. Earl Robinson, 1116 Pearl, speeding 40 in 30 zone, $20. Helen Strong, Garden City, speeding 39 in 30 zone, $19. Abram C. Buck, Syracuse, improper right turn, $10. Douglas W. Mader, Garden City, no helmet, $10. Doug Peters, 1223 Ridgewood, operating vehicle on suspended drivers license, $15. Lourene Judd, Sublette, failure to yield right of way, $20. Keith Hpwell, Windsor Hotel, improper backing, $15. Marsha K. Stallings, 1613 E. Laurel, speeding 40 in 30 zone, $20. Richie F. Ashburn, 117 W. Hazel, speeding 341n 20 zone, $24. Luis Gonzales, 1305 W. Fulton, failure to stop for emergency vehicles,. $15. Bonds Forfeited — Naomi Proehn, Ingalls, disobeying stop sign, $15'. Charles F. Dunett, 1100 E. Spruce, . speeding 40 in ,.30 zone, $20. William C. Pratt, Canyon, Tex., disobeying stop 'sign, $15. ' POLICE—OTHER Fined — Margaret Gaffney, 625 N. 10th, dogs at large and '• failure to register, $15. Bonds Forfeited — Gary L. Crotts, 1607 E. Fulton,.' disorderly conduct, $30. Ron'. Pierce, 303 7th, dogs at large, : $20. i COUNTY Fined for Speeding — Randy Strong, 1820 W. Kansas, 73 in 55 zone, $37. Duwayhe Skipper, Meadow Lark Park, 69 in . 55 zone, $29. Jacento Floez,j 1311 "B", 74 in 55 zone, $39. Paul Heine, 608 N. 6th, 65 in 55 i zone, $21. Darrell Linen- 1 berger, 2515 N. Main, 70 in 55 zone, $31. Gary Mader, Rt. 1,.' SPECIAL TAPE SALE OFFER GOOD THRU SAT. JUNE 26TH CHOOSE FROM NAMES LIKE FOUR SEASONS - BACHMAN TURNER - KISS - AMERICA RUSH - NAZARETH & SWEET REGULAR $798 TAPES *4 98 EACH MODERN RADIO-TV SERVICE YOUR ZKNITH SALES & SERVICE DEALER SERVING WESTERN KANSAS SINCE 1946 626 N. 8th Garden City, Ks. 275-5251 Page 14 Garden'City Telegram Friday, June 25,1976 68 in 55 zone, $27. Patricia Reece, City, 68 in 55 zone, $27. Rodney Harsh, Holcorhb, 75 in 55 zone, $41. Sherry Rupp, Holcomb, 74 in 55 zone, $39. Fred Newberry, 605 N. 13th, 67 in 55 zone, $25. Rodney Williamson, Satanta, 65 in 55 zone, $21. Oliver Greathouse, Imperial Rt., 70 in 55 zone, $31. Kerry Vanetteh, Sublette, 68 in 55 zone, $27. Claud Bevins, 310 Center, 74 in 55 zone, $39. Fined, other — Murlin Danford, Gardendale, no daily log as required by KCC, $20. Terrance Batman, 1617 Mike's Dr., failure to stop at stop sign, $20. Jacento Florez, 1311 "B", no Kansas operators license, $20. Larry Smith, 1407 N. llth, improper passing, $20. Accidents City — Wednesday, June 23, 10:56 a.m., Jones and Bancroft, car driven by Abram C. Buck, Syracuse, and pickup truck driven by Thomas D. Allen, 2601 "C", (extensive damage to both vehicles). Wednesday, June 23, 8:22 p.m., Kansas and Mildred, truck driven by Elvin L. Grames, J and J Mobile Homes, (damage amount unlisted), car driven by Robert Shook, 706 E. Hamline, (major damage), and pickup truck' .driven by Robin J. Russell, 2606 N. 8th, (extensive damage). Burglaries Between 10:30N ,p.m. Tuesday, June 22, and Wednesday morning, CB radio, valued at $179.79, from Douglas Roofing, 910 E. Fulton. Tuesday, June 22, between noon and 1 p.m., CB radio, valued at $250, from vehicle parked behind Campbell Abstract. Thursday, June 24, between 1:15 and 3:10 a.m., an entertainment center, three stereo tapes, and 15 record albums, valued at $642 from residence, 506 N. 5th. Thefts Tuesday, June 22, or Wednesday, CB antenna, valued at $25, from vehicle at 1509 E. Chestnut. Wednesday, June 23, 11:50 a.m. a 13-year-old male stole two cans of tobacco, valued at 80 cents, from Ideals Food Store. Tuesday, Jutie 22, or Wednesday, bicycle, valued at $75, from 1213 Parkwood. Tuesday, June 22, or Wednesday, bicycle, valued at $40, from 212 S. 2nd, Bike later found. Wednesday, June 23, bicycle, valued at $125, from Wheatland Motel pool area. Tuesday, June 22, or Wednesday, bicycle, valued at $134, from 905 N. 7th. Accused Slayer Found Competent HILL CITY, Kan. (AP) — The accused slayer of Hill City art teacher Linda Leebrick has been found mentally competent to stand trial. Preliminary hearing for Dennis G. Sanders, 21, was set for June 30. Dr. John Cody, chief psychiatrist and executive director of the High Plains Mental Health Clinic in Hays, made the recommendation. It was upheld by District Court Judge C. E. Birney. W^ Job-Loss Estimate 'Laughed Off' By DOUG LOWENSTEIN Telegram's Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Here are some news items from Washington of interest to Kansans: \ NATURAL GAS — Opponents of a natural gas deregulation bill coauthored by Sen.- James Pearson, R- Prairie Village, have released a Library of Congress study which estimates that 300,000 persons could lose their jobs if the bill is enacted. Pearson joined with several anti-deregulation senators in offering the bill; which will be before the full Senate shortly, after the House and Senate failed to resolve differences between separate versions of natural gas legislation passed last year, Sen. John Durkin, D-N.H., and Rep. John Moss, D-Calif., not only produced a study/ forecasting large job losses but also produced two others estimating that the bill would boost consumer costs anywhere from $17.5-50 billion over the next four years. A spokesman for Pearson laughed off all three estimates, saying, "we're not going to get into a children's game of estimates." Pearson has always maintained that 'a gas deregulation bill would have only a modest effect on prices v and would actually stave off ' job--, layoffs by providing enough, gas to 'enable industries to operate at full production. '. But the Library of Congress study said that deregulation would rekindle inflation and thus slow down the current economic recovery, causing Oil Spill Is 15 Miles Long THOUSAND ISLAND PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Work continued today under Coast Guard supervision to control and clean up an oil spill that stretched 15 miles along the St. Lawrence Seaway, threatening nearby wildlife reserves. An estimated 250,000 gallons of fuel oil blanketed waters and the shoreline of the St. Lawrence River which separates the United States and Canada. The 2,342-mile seaway links the Atlantic Ocean with the Great Lakes. Oil continued to seep slowly from three ruptured tanks which at one time contained 2 million gallons. The tanks were on a barge that ran into a shoal off Wellesley Island .near here early Wednesday. No dollar estimate on damage was available, but Coast Guard officials called the incident "a major spill" and said it would be two weeks before the oil is completely cleaned up. They said, however, the bulk of the spill probably will be gone by Friday. the loss of as many as 300,000 jobs. The Pearson bill would increase the price of interstate natural gas to $1.60 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) from the current .52 per Mcf. Gas produced from off shore propoerties would sell for $1.35 per Mcf under the compromise. * * * TAX BREAK FOR HANDICAPPED — Sen. Robert Dole, R-Russell, will offer an amendment to a Senate tax reform bill creating a tax deduction for businesses that remove architectural barriers to handicapped persons. Under the plan, a business could deduct the expenses related to removal of architectural and transportation barriers from their vehicles and facilities. "I propose, through the incentive of a deduction, to encourage .businessmen to remove barriers by making renovation less prohibitive financially," Dole said. Tax reformers are expected to oppose the plan because they don't believe the tax code should be used to further social causes, regardless of their merit. The only purpose of the tax code, they say, is to raise revenue. -'*'** ' FEA — Pearson last week lost a bid in the Senate floor to substantially shorten the life of the Federal^ Energy Administration | (FEA). Dole supported the amendment. The Senate approved a bill extending the controversial agency for 15 months beyond its June 3 expiration date. •Pearson's amendment, which lost on a 54-38 vote, would have cut the extension to only" three months. The Kansan argued that the shorter life span would save money and be a small step toward controlling the ..trend toward expanding government. He said FEA's fduties could easily be distributed to other federal agencies;'? such as the Department of Interior. Opponents countered that a sudden end to FEA would cause "disclocations" .in the administration of major energy programs. They noted that Congress has increased the statutory duties ofc,FEA creating a need for an overall energy agency to coordinate policies and programs. ' Dole voted to extend the FEA, while Pearson voted against the bill which passed 81-12. r f BOOGIE BAND BARGAIN BONANZA 1 Week Only! Ends Sat., June 26 20% SAVE Even 30% 0 On All Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Microphones, Drums, Electric Pianos, and All Related Accessories Don't Miss These Once A Year Bargains! 607 E. Kanu* Plu* 275-S131 fOSTER Trade-in's Welcome. MUSIC. SALES & SCftV/CEX Alton R. Foster, Pres. Inc\. And He Needs Help! f ; Steve's TV & Sewing Center is moving to 3rd & Kansas, the former Neely's Grocery. In order to save moving problem, he has discounted everything in the store. Save 20% to 50% On In Stock, Models •Singer and Bernina Sewing Machines •Magnavpx TV's and stereos •Vacuum sweepers •Sewing accessories •175" Reg. 219.95 »479" Reg. 599.95 Reg. 389.95 If You Want QUALITY for LESS Now is the time to buy!! *640°° Reg. 799.95 No. 534 *219 95 Reg. 279.95 No. U-58 •74" Reg. 89.95 No. 247 »8B" Reg. 99.95 % SAVE $150 ONBERNICAMD.830 STEVE'S TV & SEWING CENTER APPROVED SIHOl" DEALER 1 Blk. Nth 5 Points 276-6476 FOR YOUR VALUABLES Family records Insurance policies Heirlooms Deed Mortgage ^ Tax records Jewelry Savings certificate Household inventory Other irreplaceables SAFE DEPOSIT BOX 5x5x21" MO 00 per year 3x10x21" »12 50 per year 5x10x21" »15°° per year 1301 East Kansas Avenue FREE Garden City, Kansas A 5x5 safe deposit box for a full year with new deposit of $10,000 or more. (Now thru July 30) Phone 275-4229

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