Addie Dunham obit
Local Woman Dies In Manato Crash A Garden City woman, the mother of six children, was killed ,'esterday when Ivor car struck a freight train standing on a side .rack at the Missouri Pacific d^pot at Mankato. She is Mrs. Floyd A. [Addie) Dunham, 43, of 1907 N. Main. Tlve family had been living in s» , . klankato for two months while Mr. Dunham and two sons worked on a construction project. Mrs, Dunham had lived in Garden City since 1922, moving here vith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Davis. She was a member of the Methodist church and of tlhe Rebekah Lodge. Sh« It survived by her mother In Defense Of His Queeh and her husband; three sons, Del mcr, 21, Richard, 18, and Danny, 10; three daughters, Betty, 19, 'atty, 14, and Velma, 8; two broth- TS, Fred R, Davis Garden City, and Perry Davis, Canon City, Colo.; eix sisters, Mrs. E. Nordine, North Platte, Neb.; Mrs. Alvin Mannon, Gothenberg, Neb.; Mrs. Alta Smith, Mack, Colo.; Mrs. C. S. McGhee, Denver; Mrs. Rose Petty, Albuquerque, and Mrs Margueret Mastln, Pueblo. Funeral arrangements have no been announced by the Phillip Funeral home, which will be in charge. LONDON W) — A doughty 64- r ear-old today paid $2.80 for slap* •ing the fase of the peer who riticized Queen Elizabeth II. Philip Kinghorn Burbidge, an sx-soldier and merchant seaman, >leaded guilty In Bow Street Crim- nal Court to bopping 33-year-old -lord Altrincham. He was fined one pound— $2.80. Altrincham sent eyebrows and ompers rising last week with a*a article panning th e public speaking, interest and advisers of Queen Elizabeth II. Other peers muttered dir e threats but Bur* bidge was the first to take physi. cal action in defense of his sovereign. Burbidge was accused specif!*' eally of insulting behavior.