Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 19, 1962 · Page 2
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Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, October 19, 1962
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Business Council Business Outlook 'Sluggish' States Steel Corp., received from its own panel of economic consultants a forecast of continued sluggish business activity well into next year. HOT SPRINGS, Va. (AP)—Re- about the lagging economy was vived talk of federal tax cuts as mirrored Thursday in an unusual an economic booster was heard move by the Federal Reserve today as the Business Council Board to increase the lending opened a weekend series of closed power of the nation's banks. ; meetings with Kennedy adminis- The easing of credit will be ac>! (ration officials. complished by reducing the The council headed by Roger amount of money member banks ' M. Blough, chairman of United must keep on hand us reserves backing saving and prime deposits. The reduction was the first of its kind since June 1954. ; At Hot Springs, some members! of the Business Council told news- In Washington, official concern men privately they foresee no early recession but believe strong medicine will be needed—most likely a cut in income and corporation tax rates—to shift the economy into high gear. Administration leadn's here took the slightly more optimistic view that steady if unspectacular gains can be expected for nine months or more. But some—including Chairman Walter W. Heller of the President's Council of Economic Advisers, who addresses the coun markets LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs Extra Large A's Eggs A's Large Eggs A's Medium Eggs B's Large Eggs C't 1st Grade Cream 4-DBv Cream' Heavy Hen* Light Hens .33 .31 .28 .25 .18 Telephone Talk Telegram Photo Talk concern building plans of the Garden City Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. when J. Hardin Smith, senior vice-president of Southwestern Ball, visited here this week. Smith, left, and Bob Wright, local Southwestern Ball manager, look over plans for the new addition that is to be put in the area back of them, and to the south of th.e present office building in the 400 block N. 7th. J .40 .45 .13 .0! LOCAL WAGON PRICES Wheat $2.00 unchg. Mllo $1.55 unclig. Ry» .80 unchg. Barley $1.65 unchg. CO-OP PRICES Wtoat $1.98 unchg. Mllo $1.55 unchg. Ryt .80 unchg. Barley $1.60 unchg. cil Saturday—are known to favor lax cuts deep enough to give a strong stimulus to business and consumer demand. In a radio interview broadcast Thursday night (CBS — Capitol Cloakroom) Heller recalled that President Kennedy is committed • b Da]e Saffel Dem ocratic nom- to proposing a substantial tax re-! inee fof governor) thal most leg. would prefer to Smith Defends Anderson LARNED (AP)—The leadership of Gov. John Anderson was defended Thursday by state Sen. Glee R. Smith, R^Larned. Smith took issue with a claim Bella Criticized for TurncoatActivities CLOSING INVESTMENT NEW YORK (AP) - Closing Investing Companies: Affiliated Fd Am Business Sh 4.10 Am Mutual Fd 7.T6 Invest Grp Mut .. _ Inv Grp Stock Invest Grp Select . Inv Grp Var Pay .. Mutual Trust Unit Accum Fd — Unit Cont Fd Unit Inc Fd 10.48 Unit Sci Fd 5.53 Val Line Inc „.;. 4,72 KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 500; calves none; not enough for test. dtiction next year. "We need it — the economy needs it to make full use of the potential it has," Heller said. Council members, whose names are among the biggest in big busi- | ness, took little comfort from Sec- 1 retary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges' prediction at a Washington news conference that business BID ASKED will be better next year. 6.93 7.50 Hodges reported that national 4.44 output—the gross national product, or dollar value of all goods ar-d services produced—rose $3.5 billion to an annual rate of $555.5 billion in the July-September quarter. This was bet'ow the rate foreseen by the council's consultants I at their May meeting here, and | much below the January forecast i made by Heller and other admin- ', isfration advisers. ) Under the action taken by the j Federal Reserve Board, required reserves will be cut from 5 per cent of deposits to 4 per cent next prefer to work than Anderson, a 10.04 15.67 10.25 5.64 2.47 12.12 5.73 8.48 10.85 16.94 10.97 , 6.091 2.52 : 13.25 6.26 11.45 ' 6.041 5.16 islators with Saffels Republican. "Put me on record as saying I have enjoyed the fullest cooperation with Gov. John Anderson, WASHINGTON (AP) - Republican leaders—still drumming at administration foreign policy — have .criticized Algerian Premier Ahmed Ben Bella for "turncoat activities," which they called a slap at U.S. prestige. The statement Thursday by three GOP campaign officials was touched off by Ben Bella's visit to Cuba this week in which he agreed with Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro that the United Almost Ironic and that he has given the state | States must pull out of its naval of Kansas strong leadership," Smith said, "He has worked hard to secure capaible and outstandi- ing GOP candidates for all of the legislative districts. The proof of this is shown by the fact that there are 40 seats in the House of Representatives uncontested by Democrats." Hogs 3,500; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; sows steady; barrows and gilts 1-3 200-240 Ib 16.85-17.25; 300-400 Ib sows 15.0075;. 400-600 Ib 14.0045.00. Sheep 50; not encugh for test. Market Starts Recovery Move Panama Cuts Cuban Trade PANAMA (AP)—President Ro_ ____ f o _ berto F. Chiari Thursday night r.nd other major cities. Th e reduc" forbade all ships flying Panama's Thursday in New York, Chicago tion will become effective in smaller communities Nov. 1. This will make an additional $767 million available to the banks. Since they 'generally may lend $6 for every $1 of surplus funds on hand, this means their ! lending potential will be increased | by about $4.6 billion. Three County Agents To Statewide Meeting F i n n e y County's extension agents will be in Manhattan Oct. NEW YORK (AP)—The stock market partially recovered early • this afternoon from a burst of, --=--— ----- -- -- heavy selling during the morning . 22 through 26 for the 48th annual statewide Extension Service Conference. Theme of this year's event is •'Extension in Action." which had sent it tn a sharp loss. The Associated Press average of GO stocks at noon was down .9 at 215.2 with industrials off 1.8, rails off .2, and utilities off .2. Key stocks showed losses of fractions to more than a point. After some cutting of losses, Po. . , - , , laroid and Du Pont were 0 ff| ass ! sUnt agricultural agent about 3, IBM and Texas Instru-' tr _™™g. ments around 2 apiece. '• Tobaccos were mostly higher at First Time in a Century the start but wilted under the selling wave. Fractional Josses were shown by Lorillard, American Tobacco and Reynolds while Liggett & Myers clung to a gain of nearly a point. Youngstown Sheet, down about 2, was the worst loser among the major steels. Others were fractional losers except for Jones & Laughlin which held firm. North American Aviation svas a 1-point 'gainer in an otherwise soft aerospace group. Amerada dropped about 2 points while Royal Dutch and Standard Oil of Indiana lost fractions. Chrysler was the worst loser among motors, shaving a loss that ran more than a point. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was aff 3.55 at 577.60. Corporate and U.S. government bonds were higher. flag from engaging in any kind of trade with Cuba. Chiari's decree was a major boost to the U. S. campaign to clamp an economic blockade on Fidel Castro's regime. An estimated 8,000 ships fly the Panamanian flag, most of them foreign owned. Foreign owners register their craft in Panama to reap the benefits of lower taxes, lower wage rate s and other advantages. Ships violating the decree will lose their Panamanian registry automatically, Chiari said. Frenchman Crosses Channel With Kite CALAIS, France (AP)—French base at Guantanamo Bay in r-uba. On Monday Ben Bella was welcomed by President Kennedy in / see... by The Telegram Volunteer workers are needed: here tomorrow morning to help pour concrete for the foundation on the new animal shelter. Work gets underway at 8 a.m. Site is just southwest of the Finney County Fairgrounds. In addition to the local and area students at Kansas State University listed in the Tele>gram earlier this week is Stephen Nelson, son of Capt. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, 1703 N. 6th. He is a sophomore majoring in psychology. He wasn't included in the list since school records i>r6b- aibly show his home address a» Topeka. His father is the new head of the State Highway Patrol division here. Making the trip will be Mrs.j parachutist Gil Delamare crossed Elsie Branden, home eeonom-: the English Channel from France ics agent; Kenneth Fromm, agri-j to England in 95 minutes Wednes- eultiiral agent; and Tex Demuth, in day suspended fron, a huge kite 30 feet above the water and towed by a motor boat. Sherry Mercer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mercer, 901 Center, has been initiated into Alpha Sigma Omega, a social club at Southwestern College where she is a student. Forrest Glasco, field representative of the Dodige City Social Security office, will be at the Courthouse basement from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. -Whether buying 01 selling, use Telegram Want Ads! People Cry For Vengeance In Rabbi Death NEW YORK (AP)-They "ouried B-'ibbi Bernard Eisdorfer, and the people cried for vengeance against his murderer. His skull had been fractured in a vicious beating as he walked along a Brooklyn street near his home in the Williamsburg section Monday night. He never regained consciousness. Thursday, Raibbi Eisdorfer, 55, died in a hospital. The motive for the beating — unknown. It was almost ironic, and the people knew it. They knew the rabbi had come to this country 14 years ago from ! Czechoslovakia, where he had survived Nazi persecution during the war. Now he was dead at the hands of one or more hoodlums— not necessarily Nazis, but just as vicious. And it had happened in a land where he had come to escape from just that type of tormentor. That was what angered the people, inflamed them into almost hysterical fury. There were some 10,000 of them, and thev gathered on the street Thursday outside the Yeshiva Yetev Lev D'Satmar where Rabbi Eisdorfer had been.treasurer. ...... „ „ , . Six rabbis drew up a telegram. White House ceremonies that in- ..rf he entire commun ity cries for tt Ilifiari Fitll >Vi illf n fvlr VtnnnMnnM.ln . _ _ . _ _ * today... in Garden City Hospitals ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine Doug Gordon, 1410 N. 3rd. Mrs. Juan Rodriguez. Deerfield Mrs. Donald Matejcek, 807 Anderson eluded full military honors and a presidential pledge of friendship to the nation which recently won independence from France. On Tuesday, Ben Bella was greeted warmly by Castro in Havana and the two put out, a com- munique, noting they had "an essential identity of viewpoints" on world affairs. These actions were labeled "turncoat activities" in a statement Thursday by Rep. William E. Miller of New York, Republican national chairman; Sen. Barry G-oldwater of Arizona, GOP Senate Campaign Committee chairman, and Rep. Bob Wilson of I south stairs from the second and demands immediate protec tion," it said. Copies of the wire went to Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, Mayor Robert F. Wagner and Police Commissioner Michael J. Murphy. Teacher Suffers Sprain in Fall Miss Inez Barbee, teacher at Garden City High School, suffered a severe sprain to her left leg below the knee last night. She -fell while coming down the to perform California, head of the Republican House Campaign Committee. There was criticism also from Sen. Mike Monroney, D-Okla., who called for a break in diplomatic relations with Algeria, and from Sen. Kenneth Keating, R-N.Y., who urged the United States ignore Bea Bella. floor. She had been taking part in preparation for t o d a y 's Homecoming celebration. Her leg was believed to have been broken, but only a severe sprain resulted. She is at St. Catherine Hospital. She is now in her fifth year with the school system here. 'Wonder Dog 1 To Appear Here "Toto", the "human wonder dog", will appear here tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. in the Garfield School auditorium. The program Is being sponsored by the Garden City Jaycees. Also to be featured with the dog will be "Slim", the funny man. "Toto" has appeared twice on the Ed Sullivan television show, and was the clog star of the TV production of "The Wizard of Oz." His owner and trainer is Reed Lawton, who was to make personal appearances today at the Lincoln and -St; Mary grade schools. All seats for tomorrow afternoon's program will be 50 cents, and the program is for both children and adults. rage 2 f>nr<lcn City Totagrnm _ Friday, October 19, 1962 Mrs. Lyle Smith, 702 N 4th. Mrs. Myrtle Weaver, Rt. 1 Mrs. Al Tauscher, 1113 Safford Mrs. John Nelson, 1801 ChesV erfield Marshall Gribble, 2301 N. 7th7 • Dave Schwieterman, Syracuse Mrs. Dick Dickerson, 509 Ches'^ te~field », Miss Inez Barbee, 513 N. 9th. Mrs. William Kesler, 613 N. llth. ^ Mrs. Gene Mitchell; Imperial! Rt. DISMISSALS At St. Catherine John Crunity, 1303 "B" Thomas Johnson, Holcomb Mrs. Harley Rector, Deerfield" Mrs. Albert Bruggeman, Gardendale Chris Clausen. 2014 N. 7th. " Patty Ann Young, Scott City' Mrs. George Robinson, Eminence Rt. Carolyn Sue Spor, 1709 N. Main • At Leooold Verna Hinkle, Satanta BIRTHS At St. Catherine A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Keeling, Scott City, Oct. 18 at 10:25 p.m. 7 pounds 3- ounces, A son to Mr. and Mrs. Gene" Mitchell, Imperial Rt. Oct. 19 at 4:12 a.m. 9 pounds, 9 ounces. Legals Warranty Deeds — L.J. Heine-" mann, et ux, to Jessie J. Leon, et ux, the north 52.425 feet of lot 10, block 2 of Harper's replat ot" ' '"'<s I and 2 of Colony Addition. M. Bass Powell, et ux, to Ho'" ward B. Smith, all of blocks 25 and 30 in Heights Addition. Negro Almost Assured Of Georgia Senate Seat r deaths Jesus Mendoxa ATLANTA CAiP)—For the first time since Reconstruction Days following the Civil War, a Negro appeared assured today of taking a seat in the Georgia Senate next January. However, the issue is so entangled in legal complications that it may be several days before the final outcome b known. As matters stand at tho moment, the Democratic and Republican nominees from the 38th Senatorial District in Fdton (Atlanta) County are Negroes. Barring a successful write-in campaign for a white, independent candidate in the November general election, or some future court action, one of the two Negroes seems assured o winning a senate seat. The 38th iy a predominantly Ne- The Georgia Supreme Court refused Thursday to intervene in the case at this time. The Georgia Legislature recently reapportioned the Georgia Senate, under federal court orders, to give urban areas representation in keeping with their population. Lawmakers specified that in counties with more than one senator, balloting should be on a countywide—rather than district—basis. Some lawmakers said at the time that county-wide balloting was necessary to prevent a Negro Ready for Royalty Telegram Phot? DISTRICT Civil — Department of E&v-. enue vs. Lawrence Guerrero. De-' linquent income tax. COUNTY Allowed to Abate — Roger H. Martin, 619 N. Main, two insuffi-. cient fund checks totalling $20. Firvsd — Larry D. Blakenship, Pueblo, Colo., speeding. $10. Dick L. Paugh, overload, $20. Hazel S. Hinkle, Satanta,, speeding, $10. POLICE Bond Posted — Frank Van. Haeys. 911 N. 13th, parking in .a. no-parking zone, $1. * TRAFFIC Accident — Thursday at 7:10, p.m. at Main and Kansas. Cars' driven by Leroy' U. Gerfoer, 615 r N. 12th (extensive damage), and Manuel Barela Venegas, 1513 N, 8th (moderate damage). Perennial Bid Goes to U.N. UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (AiP) —Red China's perennial bid for a" U. N. seat goes before the general assembly Monday with the" United States predicting Peiping will suffer a worse defeiat than last' year. The Soviet Union, which got the question on the agenda, will lead off the debate. It is certain to demand that Peiping be given the seat now held by Nationalist China. U. S. Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson, who is to speak soon after the Soviets, is expected to call on the U. N. to reject Peiping as an' aggressor who has sent troons into India and is carrying out subversive activities in Asia, Africa • and Latin America. Red China's bid was rebuffed' last year, 48-36, with 20 abstentions. from winning a senate seat from Fulton. The legislature also adopted a proposed constitutional writing the county- balloting provision into the state's organic law. This must be; voted on in the general election j next month. I Pye ruled that at present county wide balloting is unconstitutional. If Johnson's Democratic nomin a " tion stands, his Republican opponent in the general election will be | T. M. Alexander, a Negro insur ance man. Garden City high school student council members put the finishing touches on the throne to be used in today's festivities. The queen was to be crowned at 3 p.m. today in Clifford Hops Auditorium and again at halfb'me ceremonies of the Garden City-Dodge City football game. From left are David Williams, Stuco president; Johnny Rogers, 3, Carlos Green, {tacky Rogers and Andrea Larson, 3. The children will participate in the queerv ceremonie^. Kansas Traffic Log TOPEKA (AP)-^Kansas traffic' death log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Friday—2. For October—28. For 1962—458. Comparable 1961 period—428. gro district. Jesus Meiuio/a, day-okUun of! District results from Tuesday's Mr. and Mrs. Juan Mendoza, 4tl ! Democratic primary, announced E. Santa Fe, died Thursday ev-; late Thursday night by the party's ening in St. Catherine Hospital, i county executive committee, He was born prematurely Wed-1 showed Leroy H. Johnson, a Ne- nesday. « ro attorney, polled a majority of GravaciidB services were con- j the votes over three white oppo- ducted in Valley View Co-metery i nents. Results of the primary had at 10:30 this morning. Tne Hev. been tabulated earlier on a conn- Clement Goubeaux of St. .Mary's Catholic Church officiated. Surviving besides the parents arc- one brother, James of tliu home; paternal grandpa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Inez Memloza, Old Alexico; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Rivera, also Old Mexico. Garnand Funeral Home was in charge. *•' tywide basis, and in that count Johnson failed to win a majority and faced a runoff against Ed Barfiekl. The district-only \s. county wide balloting is the key to the situation. A state judge, Durwood T. 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