Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 30, 1971 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, June 30, 1971
Page 7
Start Free Trial

TODAY IN HISTORY Truman Ordered Troops to Korea Demos to Convention in Miami Beach By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Wednesday, June 30, the 181st day of 1971. There are 184 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1950, President Harry S. Truman announced he had ordered U.S. troops stationed in Japan to help the Kepublic of Korea repel North Korean invaders. On this date: In 1777, British forces in the Kevolutionary War evacuated New Jersey, crossing to Staten Island, N.Y. In 1834, the Indian Territory was created by an act of Congress. In 1859, 5,000 persons Watched as the French aierobait, Ernie Blondin, crossed Niagara Falls on a tightrope. In 1934, Adolf Hitter began his great "'blood bath" in Germany, purging hundreds of po- litical and military leaders. In 1936, Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia pleaded before the League of Nations in Geneva for help against Italian iradvaders. In 1946, the third atomic bomb was dropped—in a U.S. test over ships anchored • ait Bikini the Marshall Islands. Ten years ago: British warship were heading for Kuwait in the Middle East after reports of a threat against the sheikdom by Iraq. Five years agu: In Moscow, French President Charles de Gaulle and Kremlin leaders called for an end to foreign intervention in Vietnam. One year ago: A pi<jture^tei.e- phone service began in Pittsburgh. WASHINGTON (A?) — Miami Beach, Fla., will be foe site of the 1972 Democratic presidential nominating convention, party officials announced today. The Democratic National Committee's 10-person con- Too much at stake to accept a phone cad right now? Perhaps, but how can he resist when that call is in response to the Want Ad he's running in his newspaper? No matter where you are, you'll find Want . Ads are there too. And they are working hard to complete their particular mission for people of all ages, all economic levels and with all sorts of interests. You can know the satisfaction of having a Want Ad work for you ... to buy, sell, rent, inform or hire .., simply by dialing 276-3232. TELEGRAM WANT ADS Murders in KCK Show An Increase WASHINGTON (AP) - Statistics released by itflie Federal Bureau of Investigation indicate Kansas City and other major Missouri cities generally recorded fewer major crimes in the first three months of 1971 corn-paired with the similar period in 1970. Kansas City, Kan., however, registered about a 30 per cent increase in murders. Offenses known to the police for the quainter (1970 figure first) January through March: Independence, Mo.—-Murder, non-negligent manslaughter, 1, atfd 2; Forcible rape, 5 and 4; robbery, 18 and 9; 'aggravated assiault, 45 and 21; burglary breaking or entering, 187 and 190; larceny $50 or more, 170 and 146; auto theft, 64 and 42. Kansas Kansas City, Kan— Murder, non-negligent manslaughter, 6 and 9; forcible nape 24 and 20; robbery, 134 amid 136; aggravated assault 129 and 114; burglary-breaking or entering, 765 and 868; larceny $50 or more, 184 and 173; auto theft, 448 and 391. Kansas City, Mo.—murder, non-negligent manslaughter, 33 and 24; (forcible rape, 83 amid 59; robbery, 669 amid 574; aggravated assault, 409 and 338; burglary breaking or entering, 2,894 <amd 2,586; larceny $50 or more, 1,601 and 1,413; auto theft, 1,218 and 1,223. St. Louis, Mo.—imurder, non- negligent manigtauehter, 66 and 63; forcible rape, 111 and 129; robbery, 1,191 and 1,146; aggravated assault, 659 and 649; robbery breaking or entering, 4,519 I and 4,625; larceny $50 or more, [918 and 1,198; auto theft, 3,124 and 2,664. SpringfieUd, Mo.-miurd«r, non-negligent homicide, 1 and 1; forcible rape, o and 1; rob bary, 11 amid 25 aggravated assault, 74 amid 30; burglary breaking or entering, 700 and 935; larceny $50 or more, 281 and 339; auto .theft, 665 and 818. Topefca, Kam.—-murder, non- negligent homicide, 0 and 2; forcible rape, 5 and 4; robbery, 34 and 62; aggravated assault, 89 and 61; burglary breaking or entering, 313 and 327; larceny $50 or more, 632 *nd 451; auto theft, 60 and 88. ' vention site selection ominmt'tee picked the Florida resort over Louisville, Ky., in a meeting that climaxed several months of consideration. Six cities originally bid for the convention but Miami Beach end Louisville had emerged in recent weeks as the only likely winners. Miami Beach reportedly offered the Democraits about $950,000 in cash and goods and services for the privilege of playing host to the 16,000 ode- gates, alternates, newsmen and others who will invade the convention city. Delegations from Miami Beach 'and Louisville made last-minutbe pitches to the Democratic National Committee brass late Monday, trying to swing a crucial vote or two. Some Louisville supporters indicated they might switch their votes if more persuasive arguments were made for Miami Beach. A party spokesman said Chicago, site of the Demoottat'is riot-riddled 1968 convention, was eliminated because McCormack Race, the city's huge hall, was booked for the dates suggested for next summer's political get-together. Houston and San Francisco were ruled out shortly alter they made presentations. Miami Beach and Louisville each offered the Democrats about $980,000 in cash, goods and services for the privilege of | hosting 16,000 delegates, alternates, newsmen and others who wall invade the winning city. Not unnoticed was the fact Miami Beach and Louisville could be easily secured in the event of disturbances, Police can quickly block off the six access roads to Miami Beach by either raising •drawbridges or erecting bardacdes. Louisville's Freedom HaU, with an 18,000-person capacity, has only five entrances and its parking lot is surrounded by a high baxibed wire fence. Louisville, offering all the fried chicken and bourbon conventioneers can consume, still hasn't handled crowds larger ban the 100,000 or so wtoo come » town for the one-day-only .annual Kentucky Derby. There aire just 6,500 hotel spaces available in Louisville, compared with Miami Beach's plentiful facilities. In Louisville, Johnson Never Saw Papers, Attorney Says TULSA, OkJia. (AP) — James R. Jones, foxw&r appointments secreibary to Lyndon B. Joton- somi, said he believes tfa© ex- President nev&r saw tfaie secret •Pentagon papers recenitily pub- *lighied in newspapers. *' Jones, now a Tufea alttorney, said toe 'believed most of the papers should toe released, but he questioned newspapers setting itiheimseilives up as "judge a/nd jury" on wtoait should be released. He said he thought such release of classified information would "jeopardize ifthe faeOip of Hhase 'governments dm maintaining peace in Hhe lultune." participants would have to travel up to 70 miles between needed hotels and motels and the convention site, while everyone would find space 25 minutes from Miami Beach's convention center. Any dinner profits will go to- PooeH Garden City Tel«gr nm | Wednesday, June 30. 1971 ™ '••" ' . —. ward paying off the party 1 ! enormous deficit left from t Humphrey-Muski* campaign. Hado's TheyTl Do It Every Time « THEM SCHOOL CLOSES FDRTME SUfAAAER VACATION--- WELL, JT LEAST THE JANITOR CAN EM3OY IT" • • IR-COMD1TIONINGTHE SCHOpLHOUSE COST THE TAXB^VERS A MERE ftlZ4,OOO" COOLASANICE- k CREAM TRUCK" THIS I IS THE Sunflower Excursions and Garden City Telegram 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 Tour cost includes: Transportation via air conditioned, rest room equipped bus; hotel accommodations at President Hotel; accident Insurance during tour; 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 pjn. 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 entente 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. I Please reserve ,.-.-.,.-. : ... : . : . . .... ; accommodations for the KC Royals I MAIL | —Starlight Theatre tour, July 17 and 18: | TO • Enclosd Is check for , ., ; ,, .....,, ($39.50 each person) • TELEGRAM Nwllv t»i».'»i*i»i*i*i»i*i»i«i»;»i»t*i»j;»r»:»i»i»z»i.«i»*»ifi»i_e;eif;»^«;e •y>i» - «;»jL»ifj«i«i»i»£ti»j'»i»i»i»j» . I WUK1* I Address K . .. . . ...... .. -.,. w , : .;. : . .. .,... : . . . . . : . . 5 . : . £ . : ^. ; .:.: W i. : . ..... :. M . tf ». t.O. Box 958 I City ,.;......:........;.... ..... , State ,..-.:.;..... : .....:. t .;.j Zip -.WM.M [Garden City, • Names of persons going on tour: iKqnsas 67846 """" """" ~~ """" """" ~~ "™ 1 "~ l "™" v EHRESMAN'S MARKET OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 7 P.M. Then Prices Good Thurs., FT!., and Sat. LET'S CHEER. THE OLD "'fcE I WHITE AND BLUE -• AND MAKE I THIS GREAT FESTIVE>TOO/ Sliced Chopped Pork Lunch Meat LI, 79 Sliced Spiced Lunch Meat u, 69 C AH 'Meat, Sliced Bologna ,. ,,,*. 49 Wieners JtB98 C All Meat Wieners '£,'4.14 Boneless Economy Steak <••*•••• ,. Li. 69 Round Bone Arm Steak -69' Chuck Steak *59 6 Lb.Box Ground Beef Pats $ 3" Fresh Sliced ^LflvIS wS -I •^•1 vvmSl nfi*!»i*i'it:'i»L*»i»ant'!.*in*> 3"LPS. FOF BJ 00 Columbia Bacon 2 Lb. Pkg. 20-Lb. Steak Bundle Roud Sfook Swiss Round Steak Rib Steak Economy Stoak Chuck Stoak 25-Lb. Beef Bundle 10.Ubi. BMf Roast 5—1-Ik Ma*, of 10-lbs. Asstd. Steaks Ground Roof 30-Lb. Economy Beef Bundle 10-lb. Ittf Roast 5'Lb. UCM Short Ribs Stow Moat 5.U.—BoMlosf 10-Lb.—2 Pkgs. Ground loaf BUY BUNDLES FREE DELIVERY FRESH — LEAN Ground We Have A Variety off Frown Food —— 4 35-Lb. Beef Bundle! AB I 0-ly I Us. toood Staak 10 Us. Cluck Roast I Us. 7-lano Stoaks IS Us. Hasjbaraar 95 Packing House Special No. 2 10 Us. Romd Staak IS Us. Hi 10 Us. Cinch Roast t Lb*. So 10 Us. 7.IOM Stoak 50 34 95 STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW! BEEF BY THE QUARTERS or the HALF OUt Bf I* IS SYATI INSPECTED

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free