Ole Miss to Deal With OwnStudents OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — The Justice Department plans to let officials today. - arlier, they were givert a list of students the Justice with 20 students involved in the (phirbances that greeted James Meredith's enrollment last eek. markets LOCAL PRODUCE Bggs Extra Large A r > gggs A's Large Eggs A's Medium Eggs B's Large £ggs C't IJf Grade Cream <kDay Cream rjeavy Hens Cight Hens fe'University of Mississippi deal Department said took part in the riots that left two dead and scores injured. The material prepared by the Justice Department . the uni- fpeputy U.S. Ally. Gen. Nicholas , versity.includes tapes, transcripts llatzcnbach said documentary ! and photographs of the role stu- Ojfolence about tire students' role I dents played in the campus dis- \fbuld be turned over to Ole Miss orders. ' Ka'czrnb'ach said putting disciplinary action in the hands of the university did not mean that no criminal charges would be filed against any students. It was learned that photographs of students who jeer.d and yelled at Meredith outside the university cafeteria Monday night were being turned over to university officials. In Washington, Army Secretary Cyrus R. Vance said Negro troops were not used on patrols at first to avoid "unnecessary incidents." But he said they were now being used for "all normal functions in al'. operations." The Army announced withdrawal of another 5,900 regular Army troops from the Mississippi-Tennessee area, bringing to 11,300 the i number pulled out in two days. | Same 10,000 troops remain in the immediate Oxford vicinity. The Army also directed release from federal service of 30 per .33! .31 i .28 | .25 I .18 | .40 .13 Ike Levels Charge OfPowerGrabbing LOCAL WAGON PRICES $2.01 onchg. $1.55 unclig. .82 unctig. $1.65 unchg. CO-OP PRICES Milo Rye fiarlev Wheat Milo Rye Barley $1.98 unchg $1.50 unchg. .80 unchg. $1.60 unchg. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK cen. of 3,000 Mississippi 1 ational Guardsmen still on duty. Meredith issued his first public „ .. _ „ ' statement on the events of the KANSAS CITY (AP) - Hogs ]ast w d He criticized the 2,600; barrows and gilts steady to A for segregatin g Negro 25 lower; sows steady; barrows t and t k verbal slrt at and gilts 1-3 210-270 lb 16.7o-17.2a; i ffi M f ft Ndtional Asso . sows 1-3 270-400 lb 15.25-16.00. . | for Advancem ent of Sheep 600; steady; ; flood to Colored People who h imp i ied prime lambs 16.00-19.00; cull to utility ewes 4.00-6.00; good and choice feeders 13.50-15.50. Cattle 3,000; calves 250; steers and heifers steady; cows steady to 25 lower; feeders steady; good to low choice steers 25.50-28.35; high gotfd to choice heifers 28.75 27.25; utility and commercial cows 14.00-15.50; good and low choice vealers 23.00-26.00; good and low choice feeders 24.5026.50. GARDEN CITY LIVESTOCK Fat cattle receipts: 546 head. Fat cattle market was steady to strong with some 25c to 50c higher with practically no high choice cattle available. High good to low choice steers sold from S27 to $28. The average good to low choice sold mostly from $26 to $27. Standard and low goods sold readily from $23 to $35.50. Choice heifers sold on a steady to strong market-spots 25-c to 50c higher — from $25 to $26.85 with average good to low choice from S24 to $25. The standard and good sold mostly from $23 to $23.50. Cow market ruled generally steady to strong with canners and cutters mostly from $11 to $14. Utility and commercials sold qn a steady basis from $14 to $16 wjith a, few fat cows and heifer- ettes up to $17. ; CLOSING INVESTMENTS JNEW YORK (AP> : — Closing Investing Companies; ; BID ASKED Affiliated Fd '. 7.00 Aim Business Sh 4.12 Am Mutual Fd 7.85 Invest Grp Mut 10.03 Itiv Grp Stock 15.66 Qwest Grp Select .. 10.23 lipv Grp Pay 5.62 Mass Inv Tr 12.34 tjnit Accum Fd ..- 12.26 Unit Cont Fd 5.86 6.40 tfbit Inc Fd 10.62 11.61 Unit Sci Fd 5.63 6.15 Unit Fd Canada — 15.84 17.22 I Stock Market • Moves Higher ;NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market moved higher in moderately activ e trading early this aft- ejrvoon. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was up 1.0 at 219.4 with industrials up 1.7, rails up .5, and utilities up .2. I Gains of most key stocks were fractional. The advance was fairly broad, taking in chemicals, oils, aerospace issues, tobaccos and electrical equipments. • A gain of more than 2 by Du Pont helped move up the averages. 5 Radio Corp. held most of a 1- pbint gain. General Electric was firm. The '•growth" issues moved up ip another recovery swing. IBM added about 4, Xerox and Po- Meredith was picked by the NAACP for the integration attempt. Calling the statement "an insult to my dignity," Meredith said it was untrue. The ITAACP later issued a statement that Meredith had come to the group with his plans to apply and "was thus self selected." Attentive Crowd Telegram Plioto Residents of Southwest Kansas and Lamar, Colo. — 356 womun in all — registered yesterday for the first Women's Worry Clinic to be staged in Garden City. During tbe afternoon women were divided into five groups for panel discussions. This particular group gathered in the Methodist Church sanctuary. The. clinic was sponsored by Southwest Kansas Mental Health Associations. Pupils Offered Concert Tickets Tickets for the matinee performance of the U.S. Marine Band here Nov. 8 will gj on sale at the schools next week. Students in the fourth grade through senior high school .will have an opportunity to purchase tlie tickets at 75 cents. Information will be sent home with students in these grades. Tickets will be on sale at the schools during next week only, and those purchasing tickets then will be guaranteed, seats at the performance. The concert will start at 2 p.m., and transportation and chaperones will be furnished by the school. The band Is being sponsored here by the Kiwanis Club, and will precent an evening concert | p H OENIX. Ariz. (AP) — Killer for the general public. Tickets j winnie Ruth Jlldd who hag es . for this are now on sale through | d in hom the state mental today... Hospitals ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine Mrs. Albert Goss, Deerfield Arthur C. Daivis, Imperial Rt. Mrs. James Hogue, 1111 N. llth. Mrs. Gerald Moore, 501 N. 9th W.W. Retherford, 908 N. 4th. Carolyn Sue Spor, 1709 N. Main Mrs. Benny Saiz, Holcomb Charla Jeain Sihrimolin, Hol- comib Medvin Taylor, 619 N. Main Mrs. Gilbert Elliott, 418 Davis Kimiberly Lou Conley, 306 N. 2nd. At Leopold Verna Dee Hinkle, Satanta DISMISSALS At St. Catherine Mrs. C.J. Gardiner, 1016 N. 6th. Mrs. Ben Oliver, Ulysses Mrs. Donald Matejcek, 807 Anderson Rodney Loving, 809 1st. Melvin. Ta'dor, 619 N. Main Mrs. William P. Preston, Rancho Motel BIRTHS At St. Catherine A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goss, Deerfield, Oct. 9, at 12:44 p.m. 6 pounds, 10 ounces. A son to Mr. and Mrs. Benny In Garden City Forty centuries before Christ, people lived in mud-brick vil- DBNVER, Colo. (AP)—Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, stumping Western states f, r Republican candidates, has accused the Kennedy administration of political connivance and selfish grabs for power. In a s_peech to almost 10,000 in th e Denver Coliseum Tuesday night, Eisenhower said: "The Washington record of these past 20 months presents a picture of political connivance instead of statesmanship; of selfish grabs for power instead of respect FFA Officers To Convention The six officers of the local Future Farmers of A m e r i c a chapter left this morning for Kansas City, Mo. where they will attend the National FFA Convention. Making the trip are David Lightner, president; Larry Scott, Larry Goss, Jim Crotinger, Mike Foster and Hoger Friesen. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Henderson accompanied the boys. Henderson is the FFA advisor. Highlights of the convention will be the pageant tonight and the Star Farmer ceremony lages and tilled the soil of the Thursday evening. relatively fertile northern Negcv. The convention ends Friday. for our concepts of balance in government; of arrogant assertion of Washington infallibility instead of readiness to trust in the wisdom of the American people." He made no specific mention of Prsident Kennedy or presidential aides but referred to persons "wandering aimlessly around their far frontier." I At one point Eisenhower interjected into his prepared speech: "I believe you must take an interest in politics or be ready to take orders. Take your choice." Eisenhower's schedule called for a morning takeoff from Denver and stops at Omaha and Minneapolis, en route to Washington. The former president began his speaking tour Monday, campaigning In California for his former vice president, Richard M, Nixon, who is running f^r governor against the Democratic incumbent, Edmund G. Brown. At Boise, Idaho, Eisenhower also criticized his successors in Washington. "I am sick and tired/' he said, "of them telling the American people they did nothing for eight years (during Eisenhower's administration), that only if they will embrace the pie-i .-the-sky platform of the so-called New Frontier they will be moving." He slapped at "an unremitting and consistent grab of power- much of it in the executive department," in a speech to an airport crowd of more than 2,000 at Cheyenne, Wyo., in the afternoon. Page 2 Garden City Telogrnm Wednesday, October 10. 1962 Chef Hunrley fo Speak at Dodge City DODGE CITY (AP)—Chet Hunt- jley. National Broadcasting Company news commentator, will speak at the joint annual meeting in Dodge City Nov. 8 and, 9 of the Kansas Wheat Commission and the Kansas Association of Wheat Growers. The announcement wag made by R, L. Patterson of Oxford, chairman of the commission, and Anson Horning of Lamed, president of the wheat growers. -Whether buying or selling, use Telegram Want Ads! EXQUISITE FASHION APPEAL! flatter Aon 318 N. Main Pho. BR 6-3501 Garden City, Kansas Search for Winnie Judd Kiwanis Club members. City Listed In 4-Co/or Brochure 7.58 4.46 | 8.58 j 10.85, 6.92! 10.94 6.08 13 ' 4 9| Garden City is listed in a four- 13.401 color brochure which was sent last week to approximately 20,000 companies spanning the nation. The brochure is a report on the "Middle Cities" of the Northern Plains — describing their advantages for industrial location. Garden City is one of the 29 cities described in the publication which was prepared by the Area Development Department of the Northern Natural Gas Co. Listed with each city is its 1960 hospital here, may have fled town aboard an airliner. The Arizona Republic of Phoenix said Tuesday night an attorney who once represented Mrs. Judd indicated she boarded a plane for St. Paul, Minn., sometime Tuesday. Mrs. Judd, 57. escaped from the hospital Monday night, slipping out an unlocked door and across a section of fence knocked down by freeway builders. The escape was the seventh in 23 years for the trunk-murderess, convicted 30 years ago of killing two women. Hospital Supt. Samuel Wick said Mrs. Judd, once called "the tiger woman," is no longer considered populaton, per cent of popula- dangerous. tion change from 1950 to 1960, j Mrs. Judd shot two women j per capita income, labor force, friends while they slept, cut the j per cent in manufacturing, and | bodies apart and shipped them in economic base. ^ • trunks to Los Angeles. Dodge City and Garden City are the only two Kansas cities listed. Other cities are in the states of Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Saiz, Holcomb Oct. 10, at 3:41 a.m. 6 pounds, 3 ounces. Legals Corporation Deeds — Midwest Investment Company, Inc., to John R. Ogden, ct ux, lot 3 and the east 10 feet of the south 100.07 feet of the vacated alley adjacent to block 1, Kerfoot Addition. Cash and Carry Lumber Company, Inc., to Donald K. Roper, et ux, the north 14 feet of lot 14 and the south 66 feet of lot 15, block 1 of Parkwood Second Addition. Marriage Licenses — Emmett E. Holland, 28, and Wanda Jean CaldweU, 20, both of Ulysses. Chester E. Casey, 46, and Mary Ann Rictor, 50, both of Scott City. Courts DISTRICT Divorces Filed — Sandra L. Gray vs Phillip N. Gray. Shirley Jean Sohield vs Albert | Edward Schieldi. Divorce Granted — Norma J Alfrey from Virgil L. Alfrey. Extreme cruelty and gross neglect of duty. COUNTY Fined — Julian BaCa, speeding, $10. Donald D. Haynes, over- length vehicle, $20. Gary E. Turley, two counts overload, $50. John William May, speeding, $10. Lester T. Bell, speeding, $10. Susie M. Alexander, rheeding, $10. Frederick F. Albers, disobeying stop sign, $5. Ronald J. Harman, improper passing, $5. Larry E. Doll, disobeying stop sign, $5. V. B. Koehn. overlength and failure-to clear through truck scales, $15. Gerald L. Blanshard, overload, $15. Lyle H. Howard, driving without 1962 license plates and no 1962 registration in cab, $10. Garett Haverfieldi, overload, $10. POLICE Bonds Posted — Glenn Douglas Phoenix, Sublette. parking in a no-parking zone, $1. Mrs. John L. Daniel, 107 S. lOfch, disorderly conduct, $50. Traffic Accidents — Tuesday at 4:20 p.m. in 100 block of E. Chestnut. Car driven by Jennie Alma Jonagan, Rt. 1 (mnor damage), and station wagon driven by Mrs. Ronald S:ott, Eminence Rt. (moderate damage). Tuesday at 9:45 p.m. in 700 i block of Kansas. Cars driven by Wesley Allen Felts, 1101 N. 3rd, and Charles Mefforrj, Holyoke, Colo. Minor damage to both ve- r hides. Four KSIR tales' Escape HUTCHINSON (AP)-Four minimum security inmates of the Kansas State Reformatory es- Iproicl around a point each. Cunvn caped today while assigned to a Oork rose more than a point. i work detail at a dairy barn a half ^KOi'vctli; advanced another frac- mi'e from the reformatory, tiun. 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