Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on September 17, 1976 · Page 2
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 2

Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, September 17, 1976
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• • • In Garden City — Hospitals ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Allie C. Carroll, 1505 E. Spruce Mary E. Eddington, 626 W. Oliye Mary S. Gonzalez, 403 E. Santa Fe . • Toledo Helen Hoskinson, 510 Inge Vivian M. Johnson, 501 N. 13th. Jeanette M. Kolbeck, 807 E. Jonnson Beverly S. Barber, 709 E. Burnside Dr. Donna G. Roberts, Ulysses DISMISSALS Donald R. Cawby, 602 Fleming Gloria Cepeda, Sublette Frank Deck, 812 Burnside Dr. Catherine,, Geier, Briar Hill Manor ;' Mrs. Russ Goss, Rt; 1 , Mrs. Raymond Kowalke, 1601 N. 6th Mrs. Theodore L. Krogen,1107 N. 3rd ftazel I. McGonigal, Holcomb Brett McGraw, r .809 E. Johnson Otto Meng, 707 7th Orville Mover, Lakiri Mrs. L. Noppe, East Moline; 111. , •••,• Pete C. Perez, 210 S. 1st Robert L. Robertson, Jr., 406 E. Laurel Mrs. Don Sherrill and baby girl, 305 Evans Clarence A. Smith, Sharon Springs .;-."' ' ; Mrs. .Stanley W. Staab, Holcomb-;''/. '••.:,; Mrs; Richard L; Sturtevant, 2002 St. John Courts ' POLICE— TRAFFIC Fined — Rex Murry, 1110 Bancroft, speeding, $20. David Harms, 808 N. 6th, drag racing, $35. Donita Cawby, 602 Fleming, speeding 40 in 30 zone, $20. . Kansas County of Agricultural Workers, expired tag, (four counts), $40. Ricky Livingston, 801 ' Park Place, disobeying stop sign, $15. Charles Mitchell, 1104 .Campbell, speeding 31 in 20 school zone, $26. Karen Halovach, 409 N. 4th, speeding 39 in'gvSO* tzoniej'p WK jNan $21. Jeffery; Holland, Fair, expired tag, $10. Patricia-,!.. Vaughn, Rt. 1, speeding 27 in 20 school zone, $22. Teresa Dicker, Wichita, speeding 40 in 30 zone, $20. Hellene Harris, 2611 Belmont, speeding 45 in 30 zone, $25. Wanda J. Minnix, Modoc, expired tag, $10. Humberto Sanchez, Ulysses, operating vehicle with expired tag, $15. Larry L. Sperry, 1901 N. 8th, speeding 40 in 30 zone, $20. Kent A. Long, 1403 E. Johnson, speeding 28 in 20 school zone, $23. Frank Asebedo, 1607 E. Fulton, disobeying stop sign, $15. Richard L. Fisher, Rt. 1, speeding 45 in 30 zone, $25. Dena J. Martinez, 1613 York, operating vehicle with'expired tag, $15. Sidney Yousey, Garden City, failure to report accident, $25, and striking fixtures upon a highway, $20. Ronald Denton, 1017 N. 6th; speeding 40 in 30 zone, $20. Richard G. Strickert, 109 N. 4th, speeding 41 in 30 zone, $21. Danny D. Garcia, 1511 Hattie, speeding 31 in 20 zone, $21. Penny D. Hinkle. S, Star Rt., speeding 27 in 20 school zone, $22. Dylan Buckley, 1620 Lincoln Rd., speeding 31 in 20 zone, $21. .:. Bonds Forfeited — Miles E. Goodwin, 1711 "A! 1 , no eye protective device, $10. Elouise Kauffman, 209 Spencer, expired tag, $10. Smalls, Inc., 101 N. 12th, meter violation, $5. Kansas Council of ( Agricultural Workers, Garden City, expired tag (eight counts), $80. Connie J. Rogers, Bader Trailer Park, failure to. yield. to emergency vehicle, $15. David t Schmidt, Rt. 1, driving on suspended license, $15. . Robert Unruh, 1712 Janice, meter violation, $5. POLICE-r-OTHER Fined — William : G. Banuelos, Lamar, Colo., transporting open bottle . of liquor, $55. Pamela Mitchell, 2315 N.-7th, discharging firearms in city limits, $30. Bonnie Seavy, 1207 Mulberry, curfew violation, -$15. Harold T. Knutson, Greenbriar Apts., driving while intoxicated, $105; Bonds Forfeited — Rhonda K. Miller, 1505 N. 8th, transporting open container of , $55. Richard |i^w|e 'ingalis, trahsportiri'g' < ^8pi bottle of liquor, $55. *" '" The following' were all forfeited $15 bond for illegal open container of beer: Norman R. Robert, Rt. 1. Henry Huber, Rt. 1. Arthur Molina, 1017 llth, James T. Hamlin, 809 N. 3rd. Jose S. Chairez, 401% N. 8th. Jesus C. Deleon, 401% N. 8th. Francisco Banda, 1605 Jones. Luis Davila, Ulysses. The following were all forfeited bond for curfew violation: Howard D. Russell Sr., 212 Spencer, $25. Paul Wilson, 1507 Hattie, $15. Kay Thompson, 401 N. 9th. Mac Jameson, Rt.-1, $15. Cecil E. Davis, 1601 Harding, $15. Norman Timm, Garden City, $15. Lee Wesley, Burnside Dr., $15. Pauline Wesley, US 50 East, $30. Delphine Guerrero, 209 13th, $15. Beatrice Guerrero, 207 S. 2nd, $15. Vernon Taylor, 1313 N. 13th, (two counts), $30. John C. Wilson, Dodge City, $15. Accidents City — Wednesday, Sept. 15, 8:38 p.m., Main and Pine, pickup truck driven by Lonnie L. Plankenhorn, 105 E. Price, (minor damage), and car driven by Keith Howell, Windsor Hotel, (no damage). Wednesday, Sept. 15, 5:40 p.m., Main, near Fulton, car driven by Laural L. Koehn, Copeland, (extensive damage), and van driven by Kathy L. Scheeter, 1106 Bancroft, (moderate damage). Wednesday, Sept. 15, 9:18 a.m., alley, 1400 block between "B" and "C", cars driven by Rome R. Witt, 2516 "A", (extensivedamage), and John Powers, 631 Wheatridge, (moderate damage). Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1:28 p.m., senior high parking lot, .cars driven by Debra D. Dyer, Rt. 1, (extensive damage), and Michael L. Walker, 803 1 Park Place, (no damage). Tuesday, Sept. 14,3:10 p.m., 6th and Spruce, cars driven by .'Doris E.. Larson, Rt. 1, and Milo M. Etrick, 404 E. Fulton, (major damage to both vehicles). County — Wednesday, 12:41 : p.m., 2 miles west of Five Points on US50, car driven by Terry^ Gene Haunschild, Holcomb, i (moderate damage), and pickup truck driven by Virgil Lee Harms, 808 N. 6th, (minor damage). Thefts Early Wednesday, Sept. 15, car, valued at $3,000, from Pizza Hut lot. Later recovered in Atchison. Within the last two weeks, reported Tuesday, Sept. 14, coins, valued at $600, from j ^r(Kige|»ce,.202.iS.;;!ndi t < v :.^ij^ m Tuesday, Sept. 14," "hubcaps, '.. Value unlisted front VeH|ae"at^ 504 Conkling. ' Wednesday, Sept. 15, between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m., Page 2 Garden City Telegram Friday, Sept. 17,1976 purse, value unlisted, from Alta Brown School. Tuesday, Sept. 14, gas caps, valued at $2,15, taken from vehicle at 16"lO Taylor Plaza, $25 damage to paint. County — Tuesday, television set, jewelry, alarm clock and safety razor stolen from residence northeast of • Holcomb. Total value set at $213. Vandalism Radio antenna and windshield wipers, valued at $200, from vehicle at 208 N. 6th. 'Wednesday, Sept. 15, 10:35 p.m., pop bottle thrown at car near Stevens Park, $25 damage. Wednesday, Sept. 15, window broken out on vehicle at Witches 'n Brew, $50 damage. Between 6 and 7 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, battery cable cut on truck at 2007 N. 8th, $1,500 damage. Tuesday, Sept. 14,12:15-1:10 p.m., window broken on vehicle at GCHS parking lot. Cities Can Levy Tax without Vote Law Deemed 'I TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - A law enacted by the Kansas Legislature in 1976 to keep cities from levying a city sales tax unless a countywide sales tax has been rejected by the voters of that county was ruled Thursday by Atty. Gen. Curt Schneider to be legally ineffective. Schneider held the law is in- effective because the legislature failed to obey the mandate of the home rule amendment and failed to make the law applicable uniformly to all cities or applicable uniformly to all cities of the same class. The attorney general said since the 1976 statute is ineffective, cities can adopt a local sales tax by a sufficient vote of the city governing body without submitting the question to an election, unless there is a protest petition signed by at least 10 per cent of the number of voters who voted in the last city general election. Under the statute ruled ineffective, a city election on a proposed sales tax would have been required. The sales tax question was raised by Edward F. Home, city attorney for Manhattan. He told the attorney general there was some interest in Riley County in the adoption of a countywide one per cent sales tax. He wanted to know, specifically, what effect the adoption of a county-wide retailers' sales tax would have on the existing citywide one- half per cent sales tax in the portion of the city of Manhattan which is located in Ottawatomie County. The Manhattan city sales tax was enacted prior to adoption of the law designed to prohibit city sales taxes unless rejected by "the county. "Accordingly, it is my judg- ment that.although (the 1976 of the power to levy by local laws) ... constitute valid municipal legislative achon enactments of the legislature, retailers' sales taxes upop , they are constitutionally in- transactions within such , effective to strip Kansas cities cities," Schneider said. WELCOME to the 1976 Mexican Fiesta We Will Be OPEN 11 am to 6 pin Friday and Saturday For Your Convenience ELZARAPECAFE 124 W. Fulton More Cattle To Market WASHINGTON (AP) — Cattle feeders in the seven states keeping monthly records mpved 1.59 million head to market last month, 31 per cent more than last August and 22 per Cent more than in 1974, the Agriculture Department says. Waiting in the feedlots there on Sept. 1, bound for slaughter and supermarket meat •counters, were 6.43 million head, an increase of 8 per cent', from the record Sept. 1 low of 1975 but stilie per cent below that point two years ago. Cattlemen during August had placed 1.4 million head on grain, a boost of 10 per cent above last year and 16 per cent above two years ago, the Crop Reporting Board said Tuesday. . . The figures indicated continued high beef production, which USDA expects to start to lag more in the late fall as producers get cattle, calf and dairy herds down to the sizes they want. The slaughter,of cows, for example, ran 8 per cent higher ; than expected .in the first seven months of the this year, as producers sought to compensate for adverse economic balances, dry ' ; weather and high production costs, industry analysts say. Join The Fun! Lessons Begin Monday, Sept 20 8 p.m. at the Armory. Sponsored .by: .The Civic Center and Buffalo /'Learn To Square Dance! For more information call 276-2362 CONTRACTS ARK AVAILABLE * GUARANTEED BASE PRICE FOOD & FEED .GRAIN CONTRACTS * HIGH YIELDING - WINTER HARDY - DROUGHT RESISTANT VARIETIES GIVE YOU MORE $ AT HARVEST TIMK * PLANTING DATES FROM SEPTEMBER 1 TO MARCH AFTER A CENTUR Y OF EXPERIMENTATION, SCIENTISTS HA VE CHEATED A NEW GRAIN THAT OFFERS GREAT PROMISE TO A HUNGRY WORLD. FOR INFORMATION CALL OR CONTACT 1o Sis- ii'.j 1= lw>ii«.nq DON MOORE 316/668-3777 316/668-3302 316/668-2578 1976 PONTIAC ASTRE 3390 * 5 YR.. 60,000 Mile Engine Warranty '}.-•''' * 5 Speed Transmission * EPA Mileage City 22, Highway 38 * Compares to '4116-1977 Price ALL THIS FOR ONLY *96 46 Per Month* #$700 down cash or trade. $96.46 for only 36 months, total payments $3472.56. Annual percentage rate 12.83. percent on approved credit. Cash price $3390, excluding 3 percent state tax. WHERE OUR CUSTOMERS SEND THEIR FRIENDS WESTERN MOTOR COMPANY, INC. YOUR BUICK-PONTIAC OPEL AND CMC TRUCK DEALER 5TH & FULTON 275-4291 GARDEN CITY, KS. NEW LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE STEPS IN STOCK SERVICE - DELIVERY EXTRA CASH & CARRY LUMBER CO.. INC. GARDEN CITY, KANSAS PHONE 276-8182 276-8294 OPEN UNTIL 6 P.M. •I 1518 EAST FULTON 'V

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