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today... Garden C.ity Telegram Friday, November 11, 1977 PageS In Garden City Most to Associates ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine Pat A. Anderson, Rl 2 Nancy M. Carmichael, 309 Ballinger Kathy L. Ferguson, Kent's Trailer Park Harriet Gardner, 601 3rd Junior L. Hall, York, Neb. J. R. Kleysteuber, Copeland Tony Nunez, 515 N. 12th Tim D. Rudolph, 611 N. 8th Rex B. Simons, 801 S. Main Mabel E. Watkins, Sublette Madonna R. Wendler, 306 N. 2nd Donetta A. Westeman, Syracuse DISMISSALS at St. Catherine Hospital Rowena H. Barlow, Holcomb AUTO CARE TOTAL CAR CLEANING Service ft Undercoat 709 Jones 2755698 Mrs. Roy Fast Ulysses Mrs. Dennie R. Ferguson, Kent's Trailer Park James 0. Ford, 712 Pennsylvania Concepcion Garcia, Satanla Helen G. Graves, Scott City Lawrence David Hallum II, Sublette Mrs. Tommy L. Hamill and baby boy, Garden City Mrs. Gerald I. Long, 1403 E. Johnson Mrs. Ron G. Maestas and baby boy, 307 N. 4th Howard C. Owen, 1012 Theron Mrs. Oliver Reeve, 905 Conkling, Mrs. John A., Smith, 1602 Hattie Jim L. Spillars, Holly, Colo. Marvin Swank, Lakin Henry Wolff, 607 E. Hamline Courts POLICE—TRAFFIC Fined—Gloria Donaho, 2603 N. Main, speeding 38 in 30 Guess What, After 22 Years? * Watch this newspaper for further details. zone, $18. Craig Shelton, Rt. 2, speeding 33 in 20 school zone, $28. Roger Bowlby, 1609 "C", parked in yellow zone, $4. Joe Ochoa, Lakin, expired tag, $10. Tonya Walker, Deerfield, faulty lights, $15. Benjamin Artilles, 2507 N. 3rd, speeding 41 in 30 zone, $21. Mike Gigot, S. Star Rte., meter violation, $5. Larry Cantrell, 2308 N. 2nd, speeding 35 in 20 zone, $25. Mary Segovia, Garden City, expired tag, $10. Gary Messenger, 514 Thompson, reckless driving, $35. George Anderson, 2206 N. 6th, speeding 29 in 20 zone, $19. William Timm, Westside Trailer Park, improper backing, $20. Paul Bayer, 1713 Janice, illegal U-turn, $10. Santigo Chabarria, Holcomb, meter violation, $5. Daniel Barnhart, 405 E. Laurel, failure to yield right of way, $20. George Sooby, Rt. 1, expired tag, $10. Jonathan Bigler, 2320 Belmont, speed greater than reasonable and prudent, $20. Alan Fankhauser, 1407 Mel's Dr., prohibited parking, $4. FINED FOR DWI—Ronald Bulkley, 1509 E. Johnson, driving while intoxicated, $100. POLICE—OTHER FINED—Wanda Mead, Imperial Rt., curfew violation, $15. Wilson Orshal, Kinsley, curfew violation, $15. Elmer Younger, 1508 Jan, curfew violation, $15. Lewis Encinias, 2224 W. Kansas, open container of beer, $15. Susan Ewing, 1534 N. 13th, shoplifting, $100. Michael A registration statement relating to these securities has been filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission but has not yet became effective. These securities may not be said nor may tigers to buy be accepted prior to the lime the registration statement becomes effective. This advertisement shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation oj cut offer to buy nor shall there be any sale o/ these securities in any Slate in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlaxlul prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws oj any suck State. Proposed New Issut- expected to be offered November 17,1977 1,200,000 Shares Kansas Gas and Electric Company Common Stock (Without Par Value) A copy of the Preliminary Prospectus may be obtained by mailing the coupon below to an investment dealer in your community or to: EDWARD D. JONES & CO. 117 Gunsraoke — P.O. Box 183 Dodge City, Ks. 67801 227-7178 Please send me a free copy 01 the Preliminary I'rospctlm of Kansas Gas and Electric rompany. _SUte_ Tclephon (biuinai) <reiideace) Barber, 1615 Johnson, dogs at large, $10. Robert Terriquez, 407 W. Mary, dogs at large, $10. John C. Staley, S. Star Rt., open container of beer, $15. District Into Court—Artie Stone Jackson, 26, Pondarosa Trailer Park, charged with three counts of aggravated assault. Dismissed. Eugene Kopper, 56, Cimarron, charged with criminal trespassing. Trial set for Nov. 17. He remains free on bond. Steven Randall Bedoff, 22, 508 N. llth, pleaded guilty to charge of forgery. Sentence one to 10 years with the secretary of corrections and placed on five-year probation. David Jay Davis, 21, Holcomb, charged with burglary. Pleaded guilty to reduced charge of attempted petty theft. Sentenced to 30 days in jail. Dale Lee Atkinson, 18, 1715 Crestway, pleaded guilty to burglary. Sentenced one to 10 years with the secretary of corrections and placed on five years probation. Roger Allan Dinges, 19, 316 N. Main, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana. Fined $250 plus court costs. David Lyman, 38, 108 S. Main, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana. Fined $250 plus court cost; 30- day jail sentence suspended upon payment. Charles M. Landson II, 19, 1608 Kello, charged with criminal damage to property, unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of marijuana. Bound over for arraignment on Dec. 14. He remains free on $1,000 bond. Judgments—Civil— St. Catherine Hospital awarded $1,338.05 from Dale and Mary Hatcher. St. Catherine Hospital awarded $3,174.90 from Leland and Loleta Graves. Associates Banker Company awarded ,$1,6278 from John and Sharon Smith. Associates Banker Company awarded $950.57 from Reynaldo Cruz. Lumber Land Inc., awarded $776.09 from Royce Cleveland personally and doing business as Cleveland Smith Construction. Accidents City—Monday, Nov. 7, 7:55 a.m., Fulton and Campus, cars driven by William Reeter, Copeland, and Lee Timmons, Eminence Rt., (major damage to both vehicles). Monday, Nov. 7, 6:10 p.m., 12th and Kansas, cars driven by Toni Jones, Lakin, and Randall Magnuson, Medicine Lodge, (minor damage to both vehicles). Would Hike Judges' Pay TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Associate district court judges would get the biggest pay increases if the recommendations of a Citizen's Commission on Judicial Compensation are adopted. The commission agreed Wednesday to recommend a $15,000 a year pay hike for the associate district court judges. Pay hikes of $9,000 and $9,Officer Charged With Battery FRONTENAC, Kan. (AP) — A Frontenac police officer has been charged with aggravated battery of a law enforcement officer in connection with an assault on the county sheriff. Sam Restevio, 54, was jailed in Gerard in lieu of $7,000 bond Thursday. Crawford County Sheriff Jim Sellars said he had slopped a car in Frontenac last week on a routine traffic check. Sellars said Restevio pulled up behind his car and told the sheriff he had no business slopping cars in his territory. The sheriff said Restevio hit him with a flashlight and a scuffle followed. Restevio was arrested Nov. 4, the day the incident occurred, but was released to the custody ,of Fronlenac's mayor and police chief. He was taken into custody again Thursday. 5000 were recommended for the Supreme Court justices and chief justice; $8,000 for judges of the Court of Appeals; and $8,500 in the base pay for most district court judges. The commission also decided to recommend creation of a permanent group of five members charged with making yearly review of and recommendations for the pay. of judges and justices. The Citizen's Commission was created by the Kansas Legislative Coordinating Council at the request of Harold R. Fatzer who was then chief justice of the Kansas Supreme Court. Fatzer contended judicial compensation in Kansas was grossly inadequate. The commission, headed by Whitley Austin, former Salina newspaper editor, was not unanimous in its decisions. Tom Skinner, Clay Center, spoke out strongly against recommending at one time increases of the size proposed. He said that while there is a need to improve judicial salaries, the increases should be spread over a period of years. Here are the salaries recommended by the commission with existing salaries in parentheses: LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN 'TALISMEN" 9:00 to 1:00 Kansas Supreme Court- Chief justice $44,500 ($35,000); justices, $43,000 ($34,000). Court of Appeals—chief judge, $42,000 ($34,000); judges, $41,000 ($33,000). District Courts—Judges $39,000 plus $1,000 extra for the administrative judge in each district ($30,500 plus local supplements in some instances); associate judges, $37,000 ($22,000). The pay of magistrate judge, now ranging from $9,000 to $16,250, would be fixed at $18,000 for persons who are lawyers, and $14,000 for persons who are not lawyers. The commission recommended that any local supplements for judges be eliminated and that the state take over sole responsiblity for paying the salaries of the judges. The group proposed creation of a bipartisan independent citizen commission to review judicial pay annually. It would have five members appointed by the governor subject to confirmation by the Senate. The commmission's recommendations would be automatically placed in the judicial budget subject to change only by legislative action or by veto of the governor. The group recommended that fees now collected by the courts and turned over for local purposes be allocated to the state in turn for state assumption of the financing of the court system. HUMPHREY "tTmion Sohd" AJummum Product! 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