Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 26, 1971 · Page 4
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Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, June 26, 1971
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I Ratio's They'll Do It Every Time Do A> LITTLE CLEANING UP- THROW OUT THE ACCUMULATED DEBRIS---REARRANGE SOWvE ODPS AMD ENDS- • • •(* IP WHAT DO THE NEIGHBORS HAVE TO SAY? WHAT DOYOD THINK? MAYBE THEY'RE AAOVIN6. 1 TWO YEARS I'VE BEEN AFTER YOU TO CLEAN OUT THIS SUNK. 1 ! NOW GLEAM IT OUT.' . DOlK IT. 1 WHAT DO YOU WANT? King F«*lnr» Syndicate, lac., 1971. World righU teieryej. RED CHINESE BUILDING AN EAST EUROPEAN FRONT OF NATIONS? (••^^ Peking Events A Russians By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP Special Correspondent Something happened recently in Communist China which only Heroin Detection Test for GIs Already Proven Itself WASHINGTON (AP) — The new heroin detection test now administered to all GIs leaving Vietnam toas already proven itself an effective, hard-to-beat means of tailing 'hard drug users, its developeiig say. The test, pioneered by a civilian laboratory in the nation's capital, was described Thursday by itos developers as 100 times more sensitive ten previous meithods. It can reiUialbly dieitect herodn up to five days alber a user 'has toad a "fix," they say. The test is the key to "a revolutionary mass sereenimig .technique for fine detection of. narcotics in the body on a. .scale never before lachiiieved," , said officials olf the Washington Reference Laboratory (WRJL). They said the rapid highly sensitive process, in com- biniaHifln with the best of older metihods, is aliieiaidy used by their technicians to screen more than 2500 urinie samples daiily. Mrs. Beitfoe Haimman, te laboratory's chief toxicologistt, said many of the samples come iircm patients already under toaibment, ^ *bout to enter treatment, ait '• centens> dispensing meitfoadone, a chemical designed to wean addicts away from heroin. Dr. Lawrence H. VinielbungJi, director of WRL, salid hie be- Jjieves the Army's decision to introduce the system in Vietnam June 20 was inspired, at least in part, by mformialtdoin funntehed to the Defense Department by Ms laboratories at the request of Bteip. Robert H. Steete, R-Ooaim. Steele, of the House Foreign Aflfiaurs Comimdlbteie, along wMi Rep. Morgan F. Murphy, D-B1., made a 22-day, ninie-natBion tour several months ago, studying inteimiaitiomal taalMc in drugs. They were among the first to stress the problem of drug ad- diciteon among American troops in Vietoaim. An aide said Steeie urged the Dafleinse Departmientt to use test equipment in SoutJh Vietnam and 'tlirouighout the United States,. . Whatever Hie inspiration, the U.S. command in Souitti Vietnam opened up detection centers at Long Bimlh and Can Ranh Bay lemployiimg the new "FRAT". technique on June. "FRAT" stands •"Free-Radical Assiay Technique." The system originally was de veloped by the Syva Research Institute of Palo Alto, Calif., which builds the electronic in- strumenits required. The Army says only about 10 such machines are avaiilaible, three ol which are now in Souitih Viet warn. The method involves mixing a small urine sample—-less than l-20tih of a drop—'With a special reagent. Wh(,i the reagent is mixed with a vsaimpie conibadniing heroin, a i-ecordaWe configuration of electrons is produced and in seconds, a psn describes lines on graph paper showing the amount of drag in tine specimen. Sentenced In Kidnap GREAT BEND, Kan. (AP) — Leonard Francis Sprague pleaded guilty in district couirt here to charges of kid- naping and assault. Sprague was accused of the Aug. 28, 1970, kidnaping of Her-' man J. Gearhardt Jr., 8, Hoisington, Kan., and assaulting Richard J. Farmer, 12, Hoisington. Judge Herbert Rohleder sentenced Sprague to 15, yeairs to ife on the kidnap charge and added a three-year minimum sentence on. the assault charge. An original charge of attempted murder was reduced ;o aggravated assault by Barjon County Attorney Jack Russell. Rolileder ordered Spa-ague senit to the Kansas Reception anxJ Diagnostic Center in To- pefca. Farmer was struck on the head and dumped in a privy at the Cheyenne Bottoms Game Refuge near Great Bend Wallace Gets Lowest Take' from Liquor TOPEKA (AP) — The coun ties' share of the liquor en forcem'einjt tax revenue for the quarter ending June 15 amount ed to $453,027.12, State Treiasui' er Walter H. Peeiry said Fri day. Checks have been miafled t< the 105 counties, ranging from $62,181.01 for Sedigwick dtown t< $817.71 for Wallace. a relatively short time ago would have been incredible. Because of what it may signify, the Russians seem extremely annoyed. The Peking events suggest that the Red Chinese are building an, East European 'front of nations which at one time or another have been subjected to j Soviet pressure. The incredible performance concerned the Yugoslavs. Only a year ago or so President Tito was being called every bad ame in the Chinese Commu- lexicon. Tito was the worst f all passible revisionists, a raitor to Marxism-Leninism. Not so any more. A Yugoslav etegaltion got super-red carpet reaifcment in. Peking this nonth. Flags were everywhere, slogans emblazoned on walls ptoeld the independence of na- ions. Speeches recoiuited in erms of glory how in recent imes "Yugoslav people have withstood foreign pressure." There was only one foreign pressure and it was Soviet. But toere was more to annoy the Russians. Before the Yugoslav visit, Peking was host to a Romanian delegation headed by 'he top Romanian Communist, Nieolae Ceausescu. On *hat occasion the talk was about the rights of small nations, too. Premier Ohou En-lai noted that "medium and small countries . . . are uniting to oppose the hegemony of the superpowers, and defend their national interests and state sovereignty." There are only two superpowers, and one of them, the United States, hasn't been bothering either Romania or Yugoslavia. All month, too, visitors from little Comimunist Albania, Wie sitaidemit-voiiced European aiy of Red Ohiiia in the cold war with Moscow, had been bustling all over the People's Repuiblica getting VIP treatment. A glance at the map shows that Romania, Yugoslavia and Albania together make up a unified and fairly sizable chunk of southeast Europe, stretching from the Black Sea and Soviet frontiers to the Adriatic and having borders with the West- em world. About 45 million people live in the three nations. To Moscow's way of thinking, all this can threaten to upset power balances and perhaps bring pressure on the Kremlin to relax its grip elsewhere in eastern Europe. It also could signify a Chinese intention to build a bridge across the Balkans to the West. It may be just coincidence, but While the Yugoslav delegation was in Peking there was an announcement in Hungary that the Warsaw Pact forces were going to have new maneuvers. The Yugoslavs seemed nervous about this, acknowledging that they were under pressure from Moscow but denying that the pact maneuvers would be pant of that pressure. But Yugoslavia's official Communist press has been Poge • Gardnn City Telegram Saturday, June 26, 1971 complaining bitterly lately about a rash of new attacks on President Tito in Moscow, which provided''platforms for Yugoslav envgres who Were former enemies of Tito. Dr. M. D. Niedens Chiropractic Office 111 Mai> Oardtii Clly Hours 8:30—5:30 Thim.-Sat. l:3t—12 Taco John's 305 E. Kansas "The Hottest Spot in Town" WELCOME TO THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF WALLS ^^••^^•^^^^•••^^^•••^^^••^^^•^^^^•••^^^•^^•^^•^•^^•^•^^•^•^•^•^^^^^^^^••^^^^^•^^^••W^^^^H^M^^^^^^^^ PRICES GOOD SUNDAY. MONDAY. TUESDAY—JUNE 27. 28. 29 Scouts of Troop 99 Are Honored Eleven Boy Scouts of Troop 99 received awards and merit badges ait the Scout Court of Honor Monday night at the Scout House. Lawrence Dawson, scoutmaster, and Dick Eddingbon, advancement chairman, presented the awards and badges. Receiving a Life Scout award was Tom Eddingbon, who also received merit badges for forestry, conservation of natural resources, drafting, fishing and motor boarting. Alan Ackley received a First Class award. One-year pins were given to Mike Walker, Chiarles Renick and Dick Dunbar. Doug Eiley and Mike Meaddrs received two-year pins. Meadors also received a first aid merit badge.' A three-year phi was awarded to Owen Maddox. Ronnie Degenhart received a life saving merit badge, and Doug RUey and Bobby Smith received first'aid merit badges. Troop 99 is sponsored by the Community Church. from our DELICATESSEN/// Let us prepare your food, we have a wide variety of meats and desserts. SUNDAY SPECIALS Bucket of Fried Also Featuring CHERRY-CHEESE CAKE Portion 65 EGG CUSTARD 69 Delicious golden brown fried chicken ... a guaranteed family pleaser . . a choice of the week. —22 piece bucket Swiss $O98 2 Baked Chicken with Dressing $159 Tender baked chicken and a rich seasoned dressing brought to you piping hot. Each 1 Portion O7 MONDAY SPECIAL Beef-Cabbage Rolls Fresh baef seasoned with tpices and baked in cabbage leaves. Portion TUESDAY SPECIAL Chicken Livers 8-ci. CAC Ctn. 911 Fried to a golden brown Chicken Gizzards 8-oz. A [-C Pkg. •ID Quarter Pork Loin Fully Sliced 9 to 11 Chops Lb. Chickens if HEARING is your problem is your BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE lit WM» Leiml Shwt flit rf«*r wttt «f Octor Iltcrrlc) PkMM it 4494t PO loi 111 «ndl raeaks for all aWi. Kal-Kan All Var. 4 14-oz. SI Cans I 50-Ft. nAC Roll 37 Dog Food Stretch'n Seal New Pork 'n Beans caV, 3 "Z£ 89 C Vermicelli "SfiT 't5 29 C Fleming's Instant Tea TV Lemonade Choc. Shake New Summer Hours At Walls IGA SUNDAYS 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. WEEKDAYS 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. PLAN NOW TO ATTEND the Booterie's SELF-SERVICE SHOE SALE DOORS OPEN MONDAY MORNING 8:00 Please wait a few days if you need fitting service on children's shos. All name brand shoes from regular stock v for men, women, boys or girls—at genuine sale prices OPEN EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT Sunflower Excursions and Garden City Telegram W Weekend Tour—-July 17&18 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY •\ K.C. Royals VS. DETROIT—SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND The Starlight Theatre SATURDAY NIGHT Only $39.50 Per Person Twin bedded accommodations—Single room, Add $5.00 Tow cost includes: Transportation via air conditioned, rest room equipped bus; hotel accommodations at President Hotel; accident insurance during lour; admission ticket to Starlight theatre, 8:30 p.m. Saturday night, section 2 reserved seats; admission ticket to K. C. Royals vs. Detroit, at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, reserved seats at first base, lower balcony. Tour departs from the Garden City Telegram at 7 a.m. CDT Saturday, July 17. Will return at approximately 12:30 a.m. Monday, July 19. We will plan to pick up passengers enroutc east from Garden City. .,•... Send reservation to The Garden City Telegram, postmarked not later than July 3, 1971. Or phone (316) 276-3232 and make reservation. |pfe tals I Please reserve .. ........ accommodations for the KC Royals I MAIL I —Starlight Theatre tour, Jim/ 17 and 18: | TO I Enclosd is check for C$37.50 each person) [TELEGRAM ' Name ,.;,>. ; . ; .> ...»..»:.....,.. ..;,..>..,.... .„,...... ' TOURS I Address [.• ..... ; . : . i........... t.O. Box 958 I dry , ...-.........., ; .... State ,........... Zip . JGardtn City, • Names of persons going on tour: , Kansas 67846 I «aL — — —. «-. — —. i— —J] ; '— — — —J • V

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