Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 13, 1962 · Page 5
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Pag* S Bnrdon City Telegram Saturday, October 13, 1962 ne WESTERN KANSAS By BETH LILLEY Charles Rexroad of Lakin thinks Southwest Kansans are in for a mild winter ... or something. He .said one of his lilac bushes has been bloomng for the past two weeks. Rcxroad said the 'bush was in full bloom in the spring but is still busting With blooms. These* cool nights and warm days are a bit confusing — even for tiie flowering bushes. pinto bean harvest at Leoti has begun. Besides claiming the title of "Bean Capital of Kansas" a celebration to be known as "Bean Day'* is set for Nov. 3. So far Wichita County claims it has 9,000 acres of beans. Highlight of the Nov. 3 event will be a free dinner— with baked beans. What else? Hamilton County agent Dick Golladay says part of his job is to make a wildlife surv e y. He has set Nov. 10 as the date for the job — when pheasant season opens. Homer Davis who lives south of Syracuse, has been bestowing yellow meated watermelons on some of his friends and neighbors. Until they had 'been sampled, some of Homer's friends thought he had run in a pumpkin on them. He explained that he grows a different variety of watermelon on his patch — "somewhere" down on Bear Creek. Homer said he would rather keep the exact location of the watermelon patch secret just in case someone decided to organize a raid. Such a thing has been known to happen. A new .radio station at Scott City — KFLA — was to take the air for the first time this mor n ing. Programming will be frohi 6 a.m. to sunset daily. The station is 1310 on the dial. Station personnel includes James Anderson, manager and commercial salesman; Keith Myrick, announcer and bookkeeper; and George Basil Anderson, ge n eral manager. Members of the Farmer's Oil bowling team at Dighton chalked up a "first" last week. The team scored the same number of points, 742, in each of the three gams rolled. Members on the team are Larry Rus>h, Eugene Boone, Henry Coleman, Max Bradstreet and Paul Smith. Photo Lab for Scott School SCOTT CITY — A new photographic lab equipped to process all types of standard film has been installed at Scoll Community High School. The move will allow the school to expand its public relations program. Principal use will be to send pctures to 15 newspapers and television stations covered by the publicity staff. The lab will also be shared by the school yearbook staff. First prints should be produced next week. Tentative plans call for photoe and feature stories on the foreign language lab, the intensive reading-spelling program, and the complete audiovisual program going oa at Password, Please Telegram Photo No, this isn't a game of peek-a-boo Sharon VanVleet, right, and Randy McDonald are playing. It's the tabulation room for the annual Garden City High School debate tournament under way yesterday and today. Winners are to be announced this afternoon to climax the 2-day event. Fifty-six 2-man teams from 22 high schools are participating. Randy is tabulation chairman; Sharon the tournament co-chairman. Red 'Snooper' Ships Cover U.S. Test Area HONOLULU (AP)Three Il k .ti- sian ships bristling with electronic instruments have moved inside the Johnston Island test area, presumably to snoop on the United States' rocket-borne nuclear blast scheduled for Sunday night. A spokesman for Joint Task Force 8, conducting the test, said the missile range ships—the Sibir, Suchan and Sakhalin—appeared two days a'go on the western fringe of the U.S. restricted area. The ships are moving in a southeasterly direction, headed toward a point southwest of Hawaii. U.S. Navy patrol planes notified the ships they were inside the zone, a task force spokesman said but the Russians "manifested little concern." Because the U.S. nuclear test zone is in international waters, the United'States cannot force the Russian ships to leave. During high-altitude nuclear tests last summer, the Soviets stationed a hydro-meteorological research ship and two smaller electronic-equipped vessels near the test area. Sunday's planned test is a continuation of the "Operation Dominic" series which began last April at Christmas Island ^nd was halted July 25 when a •• cket exploded on the launch pad. The explosion inflicted heavy damage on test facilities and halted testing for two months. The series resumed last week with twu low-altitude shots dropped from airplanes. The United Stales plans lo explode the equivalent of less tlun a million tons of TNT—"submeg- aton"—at an altitude of 30 to 40 miles on Sunday night. Sunday's planned detonation will be the 30th of the current series, including plane-dropped shots at Christmas and Johnston. Council Postpones Commission Vote VATICAN CITY (AP)—Europe, an cardinals, brought the first working session of the Horn an Catholic Ecumenical Council to an abrupt close today with a swift move to head off what one informant called automatic election to the council's commissions. The meeting of the 2,700 council fathers in St. Peter's Basilica lasted only an hour, half of it taken up by Mass. The fathers were supposed to have started voting for 160 members of 10 working commissions which will debate the far-ranging issues Pope John i XXIII has listed to be studied. ! But a communique issued after the meeting said the council fa- • thers, without starting to vote, ! agreed to a motion to adjourn un; til Tuesday in order to give coun- ' cil participants a chancu to ac, quire "a better knowledge of the I candidates." | The council fathers are cardinals, patriarchs, archbishops and bishops who come i'rom the far \ corners oC the earth. j Achille Cardinal Lienart, bishop , of Lille, France, made the motion, the communique said. Joseph Car. t dinal Frings, archbishop of Cologne, seconded it. Cardinal Fings, an informant reported, said he also was seconding the motion on behalf of Bernard Jan A 1 f r i n k, archbishop of Utrecht, Holland; Julius Doepf ner, archbishop of Munich; and Fnanjiskus Koenig, archbishop [ of Vienna. i ! The source said the council scc- 1 retariat had' distributed lists of i suggested candidates to the coun- j cil fathers. This informant addc I ' that Cardinal Lienart declared :: i all the suggested candidates were well known to all bishops. Many bishops wer c reported planning to assemble toni 0 hl in national groups to discuss candidates they would like to see on the commissions. Eugene Cardinal Tisserant, Fi'ijndi-ljoni dean of Uie College of Cardinals, presided at the opening session, which the Pope did not at'iend. today... in Garden City Hospitals ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine Ted P. Crist, 520 N. 10th. Edward F. Rcnick, 614 Garden City Ave. Mis. Wayne F. Miller, Deerfield. Mrs. Delia G. Gobloman, 1210 N. 3rd. Mrs. Chester Wood, 1005 N. 2nd. Mrs. Archie Ladncr, 703 Center. Mrs. Daniel C. Voth, 803V* Pearl. Mrs. Gerald Ostmcyer, 612 N. llth. DISMISSALS At St. Catherine Reuben Rodriguez, Holcomb. Charla Jean Shrimplin, Holcomb. Mrs. Albert Gipson, 1504 St. John. Mrs. Larry Courier, 1306 Hattie. Mrs. James E. Arnold, Eminence Rt. Mus. Bernard Chappel, 1712 Pinecrest. Mrs. Anna McClelland, 703,Bancroft. Cheryl Stansbury, 1202 Parkwood. Mrs. Gilbert Elliott, 418 Davis. Ira Travis, 704 N. Gth. Frank L. Dailey, 914 Evans. Mrs. Edward Knoll, Rt. 1. At Leopold Mrs. Ida Cannon, 702 N. 2nd. Mrs. Agnes Claussen, Mcade. Roy Robinson, 1309Mt N. Main. BIRTHS At St. Catherine A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ostmcyer, 612 N. llth, Oct. 13 at 2:50 a.m., 6 pounds, 8 ounces. Courts POLICE Bonds Posted — Douglas Crotty, Jr., 912 N. 6th, parked in an alley, $1. Charles Marion Morgan, Blue Bird Courts, leaving scene and damaging fire plug, $75. Kenneth Scott Johnson, 2008 N. 7th, parked in an alley, $1. Bonds .Forfeited — Gary Leo Rider, Charles Marion Morgan, Douglas Grotty, Jr., and Kenneth Scott Johnson. Fi"ed — Donald Dean Handy, 708 Penn, speeding, $20. A $15 bond was refunded after being found not guilty on improper driving charge. Leori High Band In K-State Activities LEOTI — Wichta County Community High's band is in Manhattan today for annual Band Day at Kansas Slate University. Forty-eight students are in the Indian band, but only 47 will be able to participate. K-State plays Missouri in a Big Eight game. At halftimc, all visiting bands will form the numeral "100" in Uic middle of Uie field at Memorial Stadium. That formation will commemorate Uie university'* lOOta birthday. -Whether buying or selling, use Telegram ^Want Adsl Meats Judging Teams Getting ready for the American Royal meats judging competition are these six Kans«« State University students and their coach, Don Kropf, fourth from left. From left, they are Gail Garton, Garden City; Bruce Tomlinson, LaHarpe; Leon Dunn, St. John; Clint Birkenbaugh, Kingman; Charles Rayl, Emporia and Tom Campbell, Beloit.

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