Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 25, 1962 · Page 2
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High Plains Construction Looking almost like the framework of a modern office building, this cooling tower structure rides on the Kansas plains on the site of the new helium extraction plant being built by Cities Service Helex, Inc., east of Ulysses, on US 160. markets LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs Extra Large A'» Eggs A's Large Eggs A's Medium Eggs B's Large Eggs C't 1st Grade Cream 4-Day Cream Heavy Hens Light Hens LOCAL WAGON PRICES Wheat $2.00 unchg. Milo S1.5S uncTig. Ry» .80 unchg. Barley $1.65 unchg. CO-OP PRICES Wh«tt $1.98 unchg. Milo $1.55 unchg. Rv» .80 unchg. Barley SI.60 unchg. CLOSING INVESTMENTS NE\V YORK (AP) — Closing inventing companies: Bid Asked today... Hospitals ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine Mrs Wallace Kuhlman, Laldn. Mrs. Calvin A. Mills, 2102 N. Main. Mrs. Atmcs Riggs, 212 Spencer. David Yeadon,, 914 N. 8th. Mrs. James O'Dell, 821 Bancroft. James Pearce, 808 N. 7th. Mrs. Leita Mae Walker, 508 W. Fulton. Harold Webb, Rt. 1. Mayo . . . master councilor Robert Mayo Affiliated Fd 6.74 Am Business Sh 4.00 Am Mutual Fd 7.55 Inv. Co. Am — 8.41 Invest Grp Mut 9.72 Inv Grp Stock 14.70 Inv Grp Stock 14.70 Invest Grp Select - 10.23 Inv Grp Var Pay ... 5.24 Int Inv Cont 5.02 Uniit Accuim Fd 11.80 Unit Cont Fd 5.53 Unit Income Fd — 10.17 Unit Science Fd 5.44 Unit Fd Canada — 15.61 7.29 4.33 8.25 | 9.19 10.51 10.51 15.89 10.94 Robert Mayo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mayo, 801 N. .7th, was i?! installed" as Master Councilor of tlie Garden City Chapter of De- Molay at a meeting Sunday. Orie Dunn presided as the in,. r(5 , stalling officer. Ron Hummer e,,1 was the installing marshall. Other officers installed were: Dave Wiebe, senior councilor; Tom LeGate, junior councilor; Jim Johnson, senior deacon; Joe pBill Cora, junior deacon; Doug i Freison, senior steward; Rich- 5.42 12.90 6.04 11.1 KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 300; calves 250; good and choice heifers 26.75-27.75; cows steady; arcl Swenson, junior steward, David Williams, chaplain; Roger Stoncr, marshal; Jim Concannon, orator; Terry Clark, almonder; utility and commercial cows Mike Collins, standard bearer; 15.00-17.50; good to low choice Tom Wi son, sentinel; Bil Co » o " ! irvf firef t\rnnf*ntnr* Hjirnlr Wi - vealers 23.00-23.00. ! Her, first preceptor; Harold Wil Hogs 4,000; barrows and gilts. . ken ' . rp I 4 1 P«ceptor; Ted Al Preceptor; Aton DC v- deaths L. Gooden Charles L. Gooden, 51, 312 Washington, died Wednesday afternoon in St. Francis Hospital in Wichita. Mr. Gooden was born Aug. 22, 1911 in Minneola. He was shop foreman for the Kerr Implement Co. in Garden City. He married Beulah Orene Locke June 4, 1938, at Springfield, Colo. They moved to Garden City in 1949 from Meade. Mr. Gooden attended the Christian Church and was a member of the Eltas Lodge. Survivors include the widow; two sons, Tony and Archie, both of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Lawrence Hubbard, Lakin, and Mrs. JJavid Fowler, 004 N. 10th; one brother, Clarence Gooden, Prittchett, Colo., three sisters, Mrs. Gladys Stillwell, 912 N. Main, and Mrs. Mae Thon- hoff and Mrs. Grace Masters, both of Meade; and one grandchild. Funeral will b» Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Christian Church. The Rev. Arthur F. Fleming Will officiate. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Phillips- in Garden City Mrs. Joseph Desemo, 1017 N. 3rd. Mrs. John Beohter, Ulysses. Billy Ray Brown, 1114 Mildred. Ray Hampson, Dighton. Polly, Timothy and Michael Hopkins, all of 1607 E. Fulton. Ruth Ann Gibson, 511 E. Maple. Dennis H. Coates, 710 Perm. DISMISSALS At St. Catherine Mrs. Joe Matza, 1712 St. John. George Clausen, 2014 N. 7th. Marvin D. O'Dell, Rt. 1. David E. McKinney, Dighton. Floyd H. Shay, Dighton. At Leopold Mrs. Darryl Ball, 208 N. 1st. Legals . Preceptor; B nan m { Home ig fa ch receptor; Jim Pat- , steady to 25 lower; sows steady; J S ° P ' barrows and gilts 1-3 190-250 Ib ! «>'17.00-18.00; sows 1-3 270-400 Ib ' f haw ' Mth preceptor; Jim Pat- ( 1500-1600 terson, sixth preceptor; and Davy ' " ' i Chvistenson, seventh preceptor. ... D j r» Dave Wiebe presented the flow- ; Woman bound UV6T , er talk. Janet Barnett, the chap- : To District Court I i tor's DeMolay Sweetheart, was I ! honored. ' A 41-year-old Garden City worn- Following the installation, a! an was bound over to District reception was conducted. Beekie 1 Court Wednesday on a charge Mayo and Rita Renfro assisted I °f felonious assault. ' Youths Arrested In Gas Theft Warranty Deeds — John H. Burnside, ct ux, to Earl C. Brookover, all that portion of the NWV4 of the SE'/4 of the NEV4 of 2-24-33 west of the 6th principal meridian. Ed Boots, et ux, to Luther T. Bell, the SV6 of section 22; the south Va of section 23; the S\VV4 of the NEV4 of section 24, all in township 22, range 29; and the SWVi of section 18 and the WV£ of section 19 in township 22, range 28. Quitclaim Deeds — Charles E. Staley, et ux, to E. A. Farnsworth, et ux, lots 15, 16, and 17 in block 41 of the town of Hoi- comb. Lorraine L. Pearce McCarty, et vir, to W. T. Cross, Inc., a plot in the southwest corner of the N% of the NWV4 of the SE'/4 of 17-24-32. Corporation Deeds — Safeway Stores, Inc., to Third Dorchester Properties, Inc., lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 and the south 45 feet of lots 5 and 16; also an 8 foot permanent slope easement over and upon the north 5 feet of loti 5 and 16 and the south 3 feet of lots 6 and 15 all in block 3 of Jones Addition. Garnand Investments, Inc., to Garnand Funeral Home, Inc., lot 3, block 28, Stevens First Addition. Courts COUNTY Fined — with serving. County Agen's Are Elected Four youths were arrested here early today in connection with the theft of gasoline from a pickup truck. Ronald Dean Bemis, 19, Lakin, and Larry Dean Bickeitt, 16, Gardendale, are expected to be i charged with petty larceny in! County Court. i Finnoy County has been cred- Two other local boys, ages 15 j jted with selling $335,754 in Series and 14, are expected to go j E and Series H United States through Juvenile Court. (Savings Bonds for the first nine The truck belongs to Bob Kev- j months of i()6ii. enburg. It was parked at the | John R. Burnside, County Sav- north end of the US50 by-pass jn»s ..^ncls c'lairman, said that about 2:30 a.m. today. Police; the nine^month Series E and H said 10 gallons of gasoline was purchases accounted for 51 per Dela Selinas, 706 E. Fulton, was charged following an incident at Las Palmas Tavern last Saturday night. She was committed to the county jail in lieu of a $500 bond set in County Court yesterday. Loran E. Combs, Deerfield, speeding, $10. DISTRICT Divorce Filed Glenn Brown vs Lahoma Brown. POLICE Bond Posted — Billy Edward Sessions, Daniels Apts., improper U-turn, $5. Bond Forfeited — Mrs. Michael Martinez. Latin American Nations Offer Troops, Ships WASHINGTON (AP) — At least half the Latin-American nations have backed their votes for an arms blockade of Cuba with offers of men, ships or port facilities. Pleased U.S. officials welcomed the bid to join in the blockade not so much for its military significance but as a signal to the world that the hemisphera is united in its opposition to the pyramiding of atom bases in Cuba. The voluntary, gestures follow swiftly in the wake of Tuesday's vote by the Organization of American States to use force, if necessary, to prevent the Cuban Communist arms buildup. Wednesday. Uruguay, the only nation which abstained from the 19-0 vote, made the action unanimous. A special meeting of Uruguay's nine-member government council, meetimg in Montevideo, expressed approval of the OAS resolution. The nation's delegate had abstained because communication difficulties prevented his getting instructions from home. The selective blockade is the strongest action against • Latin- American nation ever approved by the OAS. Cuba has been expelled from the hemisphere or- j ganization. U.S. diplomats estimate that offers of military assistance have poured in from about a dozen Latin lands and that some others might be forthcoming. Some have been given to U.S. embassies at Latin-American capitals and some to the State Department through Latin - American embassies in Washington. No precise tabulation is available at this point. But officials said aid has been volunteered by Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Guate- male, Haiti, Honduras, Panama, Peru and Venezuela. In addition, the State Department said two other countries it did no 4 : identify had offered aid. Canada, which is not a member of the OAS, has cooperated in the U.S. effort by searching Cuba- bound Communist aircraft for items prohibited under the U.S. blockade, officials said. Dole Motorcade To Visit Here 1 ' • -v,: A grass-roots motorcade for Cong. Bob Dole, Republican running for re-election in the new First District, will arrive here at .5:25 p.m. tomorrow. The caravan started this morning at Oakley, .and made stops at Scott City, Dighton and Ness City before noon. It was due to arrive in Dodge City at 4:30 p.m. and motorcade members will spend the night there. On Friday's schedule are stops at Bucklin, Greensburg, Coldwater, Protection, Ashland, Minneola, Fowler, Meade, Plains and Subtette. It is due to arrive at Sublette at 4:20 p.m. and will leave 20 minutes later for Garden City. Motorcade members will gath er here at the Republican headquarters where coffee and cookies will be served. Local Repub licans have been invited to meet with the tour members at the headquarters, first door south of Renick Drug No. 2. FIRST FOR THE Community Concert soason pianists Alfred and Herbert Teltschik. Concert Season Will Open Friday The duo-piano team of Alfred and Herbert Teltschik will open the 1962-63 Community Concert season in Southwest Kansas when they appear Friday night in Clifford Hope Auditorium. Now on their 15th sold-out tour of the country, the Teltschiks are possessors of a unique and hrilling talent. Their solid musi- Originares Here siphoned from it. ! cent of the county's 1962 sales Central to Start 'CommuterServlce Five Steel Officials Fined County Bonds Sales Revealed A Garden City and two area county extension agents were elected to various offices Wednesday at annual meetings conducted in connection with the ex- ension conference at Kansas ciansh'ip, their sensitive shading of tone, and their flawless technique and dynamics are considered by music lovers and critics as being beyond reproach. Other concerts booked for the current season by the local concert association are Regina Sarfaty, outstanding young mezzo- soprano, who will sing here on Nov. 26, the Chicago Opera Bal let on Feb. 25, and Theatre Men on March 26. Membership 'drive for this series of concerts was conducted last spring. However, new residents of the area who wish to attend the concerts this winter can obtain season 'tickets in the lobby of the auditorium prior to the first concert. 'Adult memberships are $7.50, students, $3.50. Friday's curtain time is 8:15. p.m. Knrilrn C'lty T«*f<°grant Thursday, October 25, 1962 Pope Appeals to World Leaders VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope ; John XXIII, showing deep concern over the Cuban crisis, appealed urgently to the world's rulers today to do everything in their power to save peace. The 80-year-old pontiff made the plea in a sunrise boardcast beamed around the world by the Vatican radio. He apparently decided on the plea only a few hours before the. broadcast started. The Pope spoke for 2>/2 minutes, supplicating the world leaders to do all they can for peace. "By so doing they will spare the world th e horrors of a war that could have disastrous consequences such as nobody can foresee," he said. Let them continue to negotiate because this loyal and open attitude is of great value as a witness in the face of history. "To promote, favor and accept negotiations, at all levels and at all times, is a rule of wisdom and prudence which calls down the blessings of heaven and earth." Many-of the thousands of Roman Catholic prelates her. for the Vatican Ecumenical Council were unaware of the Pope's decision to speak. The council was in recess today. State University. Mrs. Elsie Brandon, Finney! Kansas Traffic Log Jounty home economics agent, vas elected historian of the Kansas Home Economics Agents Assn. Mrs. Ocie Neuschwander of Tribune was elected second vice-president. Jack- Wilson, county agent at was elected vice-president of the Kansas County Agricultural Agents Ass 11. / see... by The Telegram Recreation Director Herman Beringer has urged parents of junior high school students to pick up their youngsters following activities at the Civic Center. He said most parents are cooperating, but a few youngsters are kept waiting for considerable time after the event is over. Abraham J. Martinez, son of Mrs. Mary Lou Martinez, Garden City, is enrolled at the University of Wichita as a freshman. H c is majoring in police science. TOPBKA (AP)-Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 9 A.M. Thursday—1. For October—37. For 1962—467. Comparable 1961 period—439. Everyone's attainting expert with new 1 Imitti WALL PAINT Even if you've-never held » brash or roller 'before, you can paint a room to be proud of with amazing new "Lucius." It's thick and creamy...' doesn't drip* or spatter like ordinary paint*. No stirring or thinning. Dries to lovely flat finish in 30 minutes! White and 22 decorator colors. Available from: CASH & CARRY LUMBER CO., INC. 1516 E. Fulton Garden City, Ki. HENRY HALL AGENCY M*mt> tot POLICE. OatBP MgKR&T Wa*ve got soroa "sneaky* people aVotrn hereJ Last night aoae one caved 3jft the back end off wy new automobile while I in the house acrcmd asleep. They didn't stop or harven*t aaid a word about itJJJ SIRE GLAP THE IKSURAHCE Will TAKE CAH2 OF THE LOSS JUST 1 AS IT DOBS FOR ALL THE OTHERS WE tHSURE. (If you s«e a blue automobile running arcwmd with brown paint stuck to the fco-nt end of it, let*8 take a good look!.' fefcybe we can catch the culprit yet.'»* I ) Central Airlines' new "commuter service" flight to points east will originate in Garden City quota of $055,000. I Sunday morning. J. I-.ardm Smith, state Savings! Richard Dickerson, local sta- Bonds chairman, reported state- tion mana g er for Central, said j iere a t Pearson Coffees Sef for Tuesday Senator James B. Pearson, He- ., .. . . ,. . ,. ---- - ..... — publican, will speak directly to Burns.de reported Uia t figures depart Kansas City at 9:15 p.m., . .„.,,-„ t „ P Ph -, more than 10000 people in Kan- i PL>leCi " e(1 to hlm showed that i Topeka at 9:48 p.m. and arrive In the past, there have been no of Mulvale-Heppenstall Co., Phil- muie uiun IU.IAIU peuyit: Jii ivan i i , ,i c •>.! «. u Cn .*. „-. .. - "..» ..... i~.. ru,.i,i- i ____ n .i..i.-.i.;o eon /urn Wide sales of $52,737,096 for the the fliglu will nin?-month period to give Kansas j 5 . 45 a . niii arr i ve a t Topeka at 61.6 per cent of the quota assign- ] 8 . 24 a m and Kansas City at eel for this year. 8:57 a.m. The return flight will NEW YORK (AP)—Five stee corporation executives were finec a total of $44,000 today on thei pleas of no contest to charges of conspiracy to fix prices and rig bids in .steel sales. Federal Judge S v Ivester J. Ryan refused simultaneously to He also anticipates three new | accept like pleas from four steel men to be added to the station! companies and a trade associa- complement, The present service, with a flight coming from Kansas City and going to Denver at 1:45 p.m., tion named defendants in the same indictment. The individuals and their fines: Homer Lackey, piv ulent of Erie Forae & Steel Corp., Erie, and the return flight at 5:25 p.m., Pa., $5,000. will remain on the same schedule ! Emil Lang, board chairman of except it will operate on seven Erie Foiye & Steel, $10,000. days per week instead of six. I R.B. Heppenstall Sr., president sas when "Coffees for Pearson" ; x will be conducted simultaneously i i , ,i c ,•>,.! p «. p anr | xdlue of a " buci> ^ an<1 ..,, „-. .. -,„ ta ., m m Garden City at 12:46 a.m. T . ,, < Bonds outstanding in the j This flight also wU l prove TWA th ? tota J|Jet connections at Kansas City of 845.184,000,000 at the close of to gt Lo U j Si Chicago, Baltimore first flight Sunday morning, and j castings and special products September for a gain of more I anc j ]} OS t 0 n. ' ' it is hoped that Garden Oily and i division, Bethlehem, Pa., $7,500. With this new service, Garden> Dodge City will fill the airliner' Robert S. Barnes, assistant City will become a crew base! that morning. ; manager of that division, $1,500. for Central. '"~ of the throughout the elate on Tuesday ! Unllcd States morning, Oct. 30th. The Senator will bro:ui.-:i-t a . , .,,. , „ 15-minute message beginning at ! iai ! one '» llon (Iollars ovcr Se P 10:15 a.m. over a scalewi. e i uiliu Mlnn<iT 1JhL hookup concerning nib views on the campaign and other impor- . The cr«w, consisting taut issues. Man Killed in puot, first officer and steward "Coffees for Pearson" will be Truck-Train Crash ess, will spend the night before given by the following women in ' departing on the early morning Fininey County: Mrs. Ovid Har- OLATHK, Kan. (AP) — John flight. Tlws DCS airliner also will man, 707 N. 1st, Mrs. Morris Karl Dinyheru. 42, of Olathe, was undergo a complete inspection Jones, 12U1 Parkwood, Mrs. ('e- killed Wednesday when the pick- by mechanics between when it cil WrLsten, 806 N. 7th. Mrs. up truck he was driving collided ' arrives at 12:46 a.m and departs Clifford Hope, Jr., 1112 Gille.spie, with a Santa Fe train at a cross- at 5:45 a.m. Mrs. Kuspell Maxfield, 1103 K. in In .1 .ilm- m t oum.'.. Dickerson said station hours Hazel, Mrs. Floyd Skasgs, iW8 Tiie accident occurred about will be lengi.ienul considerably N. 8th, Mrs. Elmer Ik-nkle, Kt. .six miles northeast of Olathe. < to accommodate tho new flights. 1, Mrs. Lee Keinper, 508 N tilli, Dingliero was a rock crush op- The station will open at 4:30 a.m. Mrs. Mary Woerner, 1202 Circle eratur at a Heno Construction ' and close at 1:30 a.m., and reser- Dr. and Mrs. Darlene bugan, Co. quarry a half mile from the valioii- may be made 2i boors 1218 Old Manor Road. crash scene. i each day. Saturday flights here. addphia, $20,000. Dickerson said some reserva-l Erb Gurney, manager of Beth- tions have been made for the! lehum Steel Co. salus, forgings, Hear BETTER Again- Be YOURSELF Again SQNOTONE 'FOR THE BEST IN HEARING AIDS SONOTONE OF WESTERN KANSAS 506 W. Kansas Phone BR 6-6841 All Our Meat Is State Inspected THIS WEEK SPECIALS and Processing As industry grows, the community grows. Whether private enterprise, factory, farming or cattle industry, give it a boost. 35-Lb. Locker Ready All For 16.9$ Cubed Steak 89 C For Cool Weather Boneless Stew 65^ Lean Tender Drtt^lr d"A^ilr ARP & \*l JU V l»^C»i% Lean shoulder Lb. "V7 All Meat Rnln0n.fi 55^ aJP^JjL Vfc^llt* Unslioed oiece Lb. <+<J No Waste P ,«. SMITH PACKING CO. Inc. South Evans and Futtoi Garden City Headquarters for Grain Fed Be«ff and Pork! STORE HOURS: 8:00 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. Monday thru' Thunday 6:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Friday and Saturday

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