Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 10, 1976 · Page 10
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today... In Garden City — Hospitals ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Janelle Bieker, Pierceville Ila M. Boone, Kalvesta Gregory L. Boyd, Imperial Rt. Lywnn Burkam, Scott City . Ruth S. Cole, 414 Davis Janice M. Deal, 906 N. 1st Cassandra Ellis, Imperial Rt. Leroy J. Carman, 1713 . Pinecrest Heather R. Hallmark, 606 N. 6th ; Opal Hpyt, Syracuse Katherine Lear, South Star Rt. Everett L. Linton, Sharon Springs Grace M. McGuire, Dighton John A. Mallo, Scott City Beverly J. Ochs,. 2007 Antelope Gina Palmgren, 2004 Antelope Roger L. Pickett, 1715 Center Earl Pile, 1104 Bancroft Ethel Pitts, 2613 "C" Todd D. Roth, Holcomb Edgar E. Routon, Sylvan Grove Amador H. Tijerina, Gove Laura A. Wolfe, Deerfield DISMISSALS: " Mrs. L. A. Baugh, 105 Hackberry ; Emilia Fernandez, Tribune Sister Ruth Klein, Great Bend La Tina Logan, 1612 Taylor ;No. 5 Cal D. Millsap, 1123 Pearl Rev. Ronald Renner, 615 . Wanda Sue Tabor, 1302 N. ; Mrs. Paul Tatro, Satanta ? Mrs. Merle D.Witt and baby ^boy, Imperial Rt. Courts COUNTY ', Fined for speeding — Lucio ^Asebedo, 207 N. 1st, 70 in 55 'zone, $31. Billy Priddy, Rt. 1, 64 in 40 zone, $29. Randall Schenkel, Liberal, 74 in 55 LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN "AZURE DEE" Phoenix, Arizona 9:30 12:30 zone, $38. Ronald Jenkins, Liberal, 77 in 55 zone, $50. Tim Hefley, 1114 Pershing, 70 in 55 zone, $31. Beverly Critser, Sublette, 66 in 55 zone, $23. Joe Humphreys, 626 N. 10th, 69 in 55 zone, $29. Gary Strickland, Holcomb, 69 in 55 zone, $29. Richard Fanning, Ulysses, 71 in 55 zone, $50. Lucinda Brollier, Moscow, 71 in 55 zone, $33. Manuel Martinez, 109 S. Taylor, 76 in 55 zone, $43. Richard Unstead, Ponca City, Okla., 67 in 55 zone, $25. Larry Brock, Leoti, 72 in 55 zone, $35. Lowell Burchett, Manhattan, 67 in 55 zone, $25. J. Allen, Oakland, Calif., 66 in 55 zone, $23. Robert Richards, Pueblo, Colo., 76 in 55 zone, $33. Evan Joy, Leoti, 68 in 55 zone, $27. Mel Crist, Holcomb, 77 in 55 zone, $45. Rose Streckus, Deerfield, 69 in 55 zone, $29. Steven Robbin, Victoria, 73 in 55 zone, $37. Ronald Blau, Goodland, 67 in 55 zone, $25. Terry Ferguson, Dighton, 68 in 55 zone, $27. Dottie Shank, 107 Mendenhall, 75 in 55 zone, $41. Bernard Oliver, 304 N. 3rd, 84 in 55 zone, $100. Marc Birney, Sublette, 68 in 55 zone, $27. MiloEtrick, 404 E. Fulton, 70 in 55 zone, $31. Charlotte Horn, Rt. 1, 70 in 55 zone, $31. Edward Wiswell, Sublette, 80 in 55 zone, $51. Cheryl Taylor, Scott City, 68 in 55 zone, $27! Maurice Niedens II, 811 N. llth, 69 in 55 zone, $29. Ann Frey, Satanta, 71 in 55 zone, $33. Christopher Barker, 506 N. 10th, 70 in 55 zone, $31. Eric Hansen, Scott City, 72 in 55 zone, $35. Arthur Alexander, Kismet, 71 in 55 zone, $33. Sharon Gray, Eminence Rt., 73 in 55 zone, $37. Roy Jantz, Lakin, 70 in 55 zone, $31. John Hinderliter, Scott City, 72 in 55 zone, $35. Don Houdy, Colby, 70 in 55 zone, $31. Gary Fair, Holly, Colo., 68 in 55 zone, $27. Horace McMahan, Lubbock, Texas, 65 in 55 zone, $21. Ralph Weatherly, Bentington, Texas, 65 in 55 zone, $21. Steven Winter, Dodge City, 65 in 55 zone, $21. William Marker, Wichita, 66 in 55 zone, $23. Virgil Wenger, 1613 Jan, 67 in 55 zone, $25. Daniel Sexton, Minot, N.D., 70 in 55 zone, $31. Richard Buhler, SYRACUSE SALE COMPANY Syracuse, Kansas SALE EVERY FRIDAY-RESULTS OF August 6, 1976 Cattle Lakin—wf cow 35 j 25.30 Syracuse—hoi cow 1100 26.25 Ulysses—blk cow 870 27.30 Moscow—wf cow 1945 27.70 Tribune—mx char cow 1205 28.50 Lakin-mx blk hef. 322 39.00 Syracuse—mx blk hef 2720 37.25 Syracuse—wf hef 435 38.00 Syracuse-nix blk hef 618 31.20 Syracuse—mxwf hef • 571 31'.75 Syracuse—car 569 31.75 Ulysses—wf hef 2770 36.25 Syracuse—wfstr 330 39.25 Lakin—mx blk str ' 310 43.25 Syracuse—mx str 170 42.00 Syracuse—mx blk str 435 42.25 Syracuse—mx blk str 260 37.00 Syracuse—wfstr 229 42.30 Tribune—mx str 1120 36.25 Ulysses—wf str 480 40.25 Syracuse—blk bull 1365 32.50 Syracuse-blk bull & str 462 37.75 Syracuse—mx blk bull & str 5060 37.00 Syracuse—char bulls 409 39.25 Syracuse—mxrdbuU& str 478 37.00 Syracuse—mx bull 540 38.75 Ulysses—wf bull 1190 30.25 Hogs 871 Garden City-30hd 237 ave. 42.50 Boise City, Okla-6 203 42.40 Tribune—41 226 42.40 Syracuse—4 210 42.40 Syracuse—8 210 42.40 Leoti-37 218 42.35 Johnson—21 230 42.35 Towner,Colo-ll 229 42.35 Boise City, Okla—10 235 42.30 Boise City, Okla-10 223 42.30 Lakin-14 222 42.30 Ulysses—5 228 42.30 Cheyenne Wells, Colo-19 209 42.20 Syracuse-4 220 42.20 Liberal—13 222 42.20 Syracuse—10 215 42.10 Atwood, 68 in 55 zone, $27. Kristi Kells, Satanta, 69 in 55 zone, $29. James Garbo, Hays, 72 in 55 zone, $35. Sam Kroeker, Corn, Okla., 87 in 55 zone, $53.79. Steven Heath, Alamota, 67 in 55 zone, $25. Lonnie Keener, Sublette, 71 in 55 zone, $33. Estella McGinn, imperial Rt., 68 in 55 zone, $27. Allen Clanton, 909 W. Olive, 68 in 55 zone, $27. Carol Smith, Garden City, 65 in 55 zone, $21. Thomas Lovett, Scott City, 73 in 55 zone, $37. Fined, other— Gail Daniels, Satanta, violation of license restriction, $20. Paul Mader, Holcomb, wreckless driving, $50. Gary King, Eminence Rt., improper passing, $20. Ronald Rowland, failure to stop at stop sign, $20. Timothy Gilbreth, Guthrie, Okla., no safety chain on trailer, $20, failure to yield right of way, $20. Robert Arnold, Dodge City, no daily log, $20, John Murphy, 410 Evans, overload, $61. Joe Miller, 2501 N. 6th, no eye protection as required, $20. Keith Christians, Russell, failure to stop at stop sign, $30. Carlos Valenzuela, 403 N. Edward, failure to yield right of way, $20. Nellie Holmes, 301 E. Holmes, failure to stop at stop sign, $20. Gary Hohrmann, Eminence Rt., driving while suspended, $111. Donald Schiffelbein, 506 N. 6th, unsafe tires, $20. Robin Hanne, 1717 Pat's Dr., failure to display current registration, $20. Randy Gibbs, Rt.' 1, failure to stop at stop sign, $20. Alan Diller, 904 Burnside Dr., failure to stop at stop sign, $20, no registration, $20. Sherry Dimitt, 108 Cedar, following too closely, $20. POLICE—TRAFFIC Fined — Randall C. Bauck, Leoti, speeding 48 in 30 zone, $28. Marshall P. Reeve, North Center, speeding 40 in 30 zone, $20. George E. Taton, Satanta, leaving scene of non-injury accident, $25, and improper backing, $15. Wilbur Kaeberle, 1909 Lincoln, parked in yellow zone, $4. David Fowler, 1602 N. 9th, failure to yield right of way, $20. Kenneth Heeke, 1717 Pat's Dr., following too closely, $20. Kevin B. Mclntyre, 2901 N. 8th, speeding 42 in 30 zone, $22. Peggy L. Becker, 1311 St. John, expired lag, $10. James P. Casados, 1111 N. llth, speeding 44 in 30 zone, $24. Bret A. Kantola, 1005 N. 1st, expired tag, $10. Sandra K. Hoover, Eminence Rt., disobeying stop sign, $15. Anthony R. Palacio, 901 N. 8th, speeding 29 in 20 zone, $19. Dick Holland, Leoti, expired tag, $10. Karen D. Grosshans, Scott City, speeding 42 in 30 zone, $22. Pat Stude, Copeland, speeding 42 in 30 zone, $22, Bill R. Johnson, Meadow Lark Trailer, speeding 45 in 30 zone, $25. Dwayne J. Petiz, Holcomb, speeding 45 in 30 zone, $25. Eldon Clemence, 1624 Center, speeding 30 in 20 zone, $20. David L. Hall, Amarillo, Tex., speeding 41 in 30 zone, $21. Mollie S. Johnson, 525 N. 8th, disobeying traffic signal, $15. Eldon C., Hulett, 802 Hamline, speeding 43 in 30 zone, $23. Walter S. Greenlee, 910 Walnut, improper lane change, $20. Edna Eck, Copeland, expired tag, $10. Ruth Ball, 808 N. 1st, improer backing, $20. Marjorie Kendall, 515 N. 9th, speeding 40 in 30 zone, $20. Jimmy Dunkel, 207 S. Main, operating vehicle with no registration, $15. Mike Hurd, 305 N. llth, expired tag, $10. Clarence Schachle, 510 Robin Rd., speeding 30 in 20 zone, $20. Accidents City — Friday, Aug. 6, 7 p.m. Kentucky Fried Chicken parking lot, car driven by George J. Romero, 103 S. 3rd, and curbing, (no damage either to the car or curb), Friday, Aug. 6, 6:04 p.m., 12th and Maple, cars driven by Catarina T. Ramirez, 317 W. Mary, (moderate damage), and Leopold Sanchez, 211 S. 12th, (no damage). Page 10 Garden City Telegram Tuesday, Aug. 10,1976 Friday, Aug. 6, 12:15 a.m., 400 block Main, parked car owned by Loretta A. Alfrey, Garden City, (major damage), city parking meter, ($100 damage), and unknown hit and run vehicle. Friday, Aug. 6, 10:17 a.m., 5th and Spruce, car driven by Edward C. Mayer, Holcomb, (major damage), and van driven by Julio Casanova, 309 4th, (extensive damage). Friday, Aug. 6, 11:08 p.m., 400 block Main, cars driven by Stanley A. Plotner, Johnson, (no damage), an Mark T. Herrell, 8.01 Cedar, (minor damage). Burglaries Between 10 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 5 and 7 a.m. Friday, CB radio and tape deck, valued at $220, from vehicle at Gardendale, $5 vandalism to CB antenna. Name and Number for Cars in Future By BILL HOLLYER Telegram's Washington Bureau WASHINGTON - You may already, think your car has an identity of its own. It may be as quick as a rabbit, as strong as a bull or as luxurious as a 19th century Pullman car. You may even have given it a name. Well, soon it may have an I.D. number, called a VIN. VIN, which stands for vehicle identification number, will aid law enforcement agencies in tracking down stolen cars, according to the Vehicle Equipment Safety Commission (VESC). By giving every automobile produced in the U.S. a number, the error rate in identifying stolen vehicles will decrease, saving both time and money, says a spokesman at VESC. • Many automobiles have some form of identification today. Car manufacturers have developed their own systems for standardizing car makes and internal components. Today's "VIN" often' consists of a combination of letters and numbers each signifying body type, engine description, model year or some other automobile feature, unique to that particular manufacturer. But, as the present system allows car makers to mark their vehicles with any sequence of numbers they find convenient, law enforcement agencies and insurance companies face a confusing array of numbers and symbols, each representing an auto feature that might vary with a different make. VESC is a coalition of state organizations interested in automobile safety, which has been charged by Congress to develop a uniform system for identification of automobiles. The VIN system, as proposed by VESC, calls for a fixed length, 15 character number containing various item^ of information arranged in a standard sequence. For'the VIN to become law however it will have to undergo a ratification process involving all 50 states. Maryland is the first state to express interest in the system and will hold public hearings beginning Aug. 10. The Department of Trans- portation, insurance representatives, and automobile manufacturers are expected to attend, according to one VESC authority. A report prepared by VESC said that whether their VIN is adopted by the states or not, a uniform system is definitely at hand. A similar concept is being worked out for trucks and recreational vehicles, the report said. Dance Announcement Class beginning week of Sept 6 Ballet-Tap-Modern Acrobatic-Social Dance Ladies Figure'Control Class For appointment please call 276-3424 Knox Dance Studio DBS. SPECKMAN, BEALMEAR and BOWLING announce the association of DB. J.C. MAXWELL, JB. in the Practice of Optometry 701 E. Kansas Plaza Garden City, Kansas 4 - Day Curtis Mathes IB •• ,....,* S ,', ••<"'•.••>;• , , , , ' . August 11,12,13 & 14 AUGUST S M T W T F S 1 2 3 8 9 10 15 16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 YOUR CHOICE OF STYLES! SAVE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY (See Below) . ..DuringThis Factory Sponsored 3-DAY SALE! B52S BIG SCREEN, TWIN SPEAKER COLOR CONSOLES * 100% SOLID STATE * FULL FEATURED YOU PAY ONLY.. YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY (See Below) REG. PRICE *699 95 Save $100 B525 EXCLUSIVE 4-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY! Should any electronic part fail - even the picture tube or a major circuit assembly Curtis Mathes will replace it. Free. For four years. You pay only travel and service charges to your dealer. The Most Expensive Television Sets in America. . .and Darn Well Worth It! LAUGHLIN ELECTRIC 214 N. Main 276-2152

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