Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 25, 1963 · Page 9
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 9

Garden City, Kansas
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Thursday, July 25, 1963
Page 9
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Data Machines Talk to Each Other By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst NT.VV YORK (AI')-A new alphabetical and numerical language- has been hammered out so all makes of electronic computers and data processing machines can talk to each other. The new tontftic is the product "1 some $3 million worth of man hours over four years. It was Mxmsored by the 29-member industry and the American Standards Association. Some equipment 's using the new code. Other machines are being adapted to it. Wanted Man Believed to Be in Midwest Wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for interstate flight and rape, Donald I.eroy Payne is believed to be hiding ou in some remote secluded area of the Midwest. Payne allegedly raped an 18- year-old Houston professional dancer on July 10, 1959, after gaining entrance to her residence on tile pretext of offering her a dancing job. He has also been identified as the perpetrator of a sex attack on a 12-year-old boy on July 5, 1959. I He has been described as a dangerous man who "would not hesitate to kill." Payne, a white Amercan, was born at Haskell, Okla., July 19, 1918. He is 5 foot 10 inches tall, weighs about 140 pounds, has a slender build, ruddy complexion and brown receding hair. He has reportedly grown-a mustache and goatee -since being sought. He has worked as a newspaper solicitor, fry cook, farm hand, laundry worker, machinist, salesman and tailor. He is identifiable by a large scar on his right index .finger,. He also has a hernia scar, a birthmark on his right elbow, a scar on his forhead and a tatoo of two heards, a wreath and the word "Christine" on his right forearm. It has been determined by the FBI that Payne lived in a rural area near Lutsville, Mo., and used the name Frank Barclay prior to. October 1%Q. He lived with a woman reported to be his wife who used the name Ranell Barclay. There - Is some indication he, his wife and 4-year-old son have lived in trailer parks, says the FBI. Ranell Barclay Is described as 28 years old, 5 foot 4 inches tall, 120 pounds, slender build with bleached blond hair. The FBI cautions persons not to attempt an apprehension of Payne in view of being consider, ed dangerous. Persons shoulc call the nearest office of the FBI which is shown on the front page of most telephone directories. The FBI office telephone number in Garden City is BRidge 6-8181. , The standard eod* privideg 128 ' possible chaiv.rters on sevrn rows ! of paper tape in many instance( it will have various codes of 32 ! different sym >.>ls punched out in I five rows on paper tape. Many ! variations n[ ihe expanded and standardized code to fit special I uses are possible. Widespread acceptance by j spring is predicted by the clec- i tronic industry Government in- j dii..tries n'T particularly affected. : Multiplant corporations are expected to adopt the code, along with the many users of computer centers where data from various remote pu-uts and different makes of machines are interchanged at'-iv translation. By making interchange automatic, an eventual savings to industry and government agencies of ma-iy times the initial cost of compiling the code is predicted by tlie association. But some o( the quipment makers see the; newly adopted American Stan inrd Code for Information Interchange as just the first .step in th 1 ' ri;_ht direction. cod<s as a foundation, it becomes "possible to achieve GvrtUual standardization of the soeciflca- lions and formats of each of the media'—perforated tape, magnetic tape, punched cards and data transmission, 1 *—used for data interchange And communication." The Standards Association explains that under practices used until now, it 1.1 frequently neces- Pag> 9 fiarden i'lty t>t>tfrnnt Thurtday, July 25, W3 sary to translate from one code to another, from different methods lined by diverse mschtncs. Translation cab be done by programming or by fairly cJtpenslvc equipment Officials of InUrnarional Business Machines explain: "With the D. C. DIRKS, M. D. and M. E. SPIKES, M. 0. ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THEIR OFFICES Effective MONDAY, JULY 29th At 3l2i N. Main— Above N.orris Drug Store Phone 6-7624 Office Hour» 9 to 5 (Published in The ©«rd«n City Telegram July 25, I763) 1963-1764 BUDGET—NOTICE OF HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE it hereby given, In compliance with the proviiioni of G. S. 1747, 77-2727, that the governing body of Garden Cify (Jr. College) school district, FInney County, will meet on the 5th d«y of Auguit, 1963, at 7:30 o'clock, p.m., at the Senior High School Office, {or the pUrpote of hearing ob|ectioni and answering questions of taxpayers relating to the following budget end the proposed tax levy, and considering amendments relating thereto. MARY J. WILLIAMS, Clerk LLOYD H. HAAS, President •ROPOSSD TAX LIVIES IY FUNDS Tangible Valuations 1763, $20,016,374.00 Year 1763-1764 FUNDS Tax Levy Expenditures General 4.770 194,684.00 IJMUkUUM EVc? ASc ALf-0 "\ V£RV NICE.., J • YOIK TWO-IWe COAT., 1C C l£TSFACl:lT.,,I£iJAS A 0£ LUX£ MOOfil! r* SNUFFY SMITH I SHORE OOT A MINTO'MONIV OUT YONDER IN MY GARDEN PATCH I SOMETIMES THINK I'D BE CHEAPER OFF BUVIN' MY DAOfiURN VEGETABLES, STIVE CANYON HEALTH CAPSULES liy Miclmcl A. Petti, M.D. |S IT TRUF. THAT FREEZING THE STOMACH WITH SPSCIAL EQUIPMENT IS A GOOP TREATMENT FOR PUOPENAL ULCERS? THIS 16 BEING PONE, BUT 15 HIGHLY CONTROVERSIAL AMONG POCTORS. THE LONG • RANGE EFFECT OF THIS TREATMENT IS UNKNOWN. TOMORROW: ATHLETE '5 FOOT. H«alth ClpsuUt givti hglpful information v Irtf notintandvdtobtof a diagnostic nature. Total Ganeral Ad Valorem Tax Requirements $9$, 140.05 194,684.00 Net Ad Valorem Tax Requirements Add 5% for Delinquent Taxes ... $75,140.05 4.757.00 Total Ad Valorem Tax J77.877.6S Hut-chin son Air Guard Picked for Competition WASHINGTON (AP>-An Air National Guard squadron from from Hutchinson, Kan., is one of five in the nation chosen to take part in the annual Ricks Trophy Competition at Shaw Air Force Base, S-C. The Air Force Association said Tuesday the cotest will be held Sept. 3-8. Each squadron will do photo reconnaissance. The five tactical reconnaissance squadrons named are the 117th from Hutchinson; 172nd, Battle Creek, Mich.; 165th, Louisville, Ky.; 154th, Little Rock, Ark.; and 192nd, Reno, Nev. Judging will be based on preflight procedure, quality of pho tography, processing of prints and photo interpretation. GENERAL FUND Administration, Salaries Other Expenses Instructions, Salaries Other Expense! Operation of Plant, Salaries .. Other Expenses Maintenance, Other Expenses .. Fixed Charges insurance and Judgments Student Activities, Exprnie .... Capital Outlay, Equipment .... Total Expenditures Amount Required July I, 1764 to December 31, I7&4 (Estimated) Proposed 1963-1964 Budqet 5,350.00 2,757.00 131,784,00 4,410.00 10,626,00 6,740.00 2,250.00 I.7SO.OO 16,115.00 10,500.00 174,684.00 84,572.00 RECEIPTS: Ad Valorem Property Tax .. Tuition General County. H. S Ganeral College Levy ,... Food Servlet and National Defense Education Act .. . . State Jr. College Support to 12-31-64 75,140.05 15,000.00 57,214.00 83,521.75 8,000.00 70,800,00 Total L»st: Cash Revenue .. 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