Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 30, 1962 · Page 2
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Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, October 30, 1962
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Sympathizers Foiled U.S. Firms Are Targets For Sabotage SANTIAGO, Chile (AP)—Castro | ing soldiers and policemen scat- svmpathizers planning a stepped-! tered the mob Monday night, up sabotage campaign throughout! Spurred by th e dynamiting Sun- Latin America were foiled from day of vital Venezuelan oil mstal- bombing American establish- lations, Latin-American internal ments in Santiago and communi- security officials were reported cations facilities in Venezuela, an- ready to tighten measures against thnritics reported. subversive acts allegedly directed Pro-Castro demonstrators sue- by Cuban Prime Minister Fidel cecdcd in burning an American Cast™. flag and stoning government I Th e premature blast of a bomb headquarters in Uruguay before being assembled in a downtown an estimated 1,000 machete-swing- j apartment led to the discovery .33 J] .28 .25 .45 .05 markets LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs Extra Large A'» Eggs A's Large Eggs A's Medium Eggs B's Large Eggs C's 1st Grade Cream 4-Day Cream Heavy Hens Light Hens LOCAL WAGON PRICES * Wheat $2.00 unchg. Milo $1-55 unet»g. Rye -80 unchg. Barley $1.65 unchg. CO-OP PRICES Wheat $1-97 unchg. Mllo $1.55 unchg. Rye .80 unchg. Barley $1-60 unchg. CLOSING INVESTMENTS 'NEW YORK (AP) — Closing investing companies: Bid Asked Am Mutual Fd 7.68 8.39 Ihv. Co. Am 8.58 9.38 Invest Grp Mut 9.80 10.59 Inv Grp Stk 14.90 16.11 Inv Grp Select .... 10.22 10.93 Inv Grp Var Pay ___ 5.30 5.73 Mutual Trust 2.45 2.50 tinit Accum Fd .... 11.97 13.08 Unit Cont Fd - 5.62 6.14 tfoit Income Fd ... 10.35 11.31 Unit Science Fd 5.48 5.99 Unit Fd Canada 15.99 17.38 here Monday of a cache of explosives and a list of bomb targets. Police said the list included the U.S. Embassy, U.S. firms and Chilean government buildings. Four persons were arrested. Among them was July Armando Suardo, president of the leftist Progressist Social Movement and a former candidate foi Congress. In Caracas, the Venezuelan Interior Ministry said .. time bomb was found Satuday at a radio television installation 20 minutes .131 before it was set to explode. deaths Mrs. Gertrude Plummet '"Mrs. Gertrude May Plummer, 80, a former Garden Citian," died ;n Roseburg, Ore., this morning. 7She was born July 16, 1882 at Girard. Her husband, R. F. Plummer, died in 1951. m,er's homesteaded County in 1S06 Oregon in 1954. Survivors include The Plum- in Finney and moved to two sons, Carl M., Imperial Rt., and George of Warrenton, Ore.; six daughters, Mrs. Ruby Neptune, Roseburg, Mrs. Roy Fenton, Chester, Calif., Mrs. J. R. Chance, Portland, Ore., Mrs. C. A. Honestead, Roseburg, Mrs. Lloyd Walker, Portland), Ore., ajad Mrs. T. E. Urton, Vallejo, Calif.; four brothers, Roscoe Flynn, and Ernest Flynn, both of Kansas City, Mo., Harvey Flynn, Astorie, Ore., and William Flynn, Joplin, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. J. E. Wallace, Dighton 'and Mrs. Ethel Chanbley, La 'Porte, Ind.; 26 grandchildren and ^6 great-grandchildren. 1 The body will be returned to Garden City for funeral and burial. Phillips-White Funeral home will be in charge. jCharles Clark ' Charles Clark, G5, 208 N. Washington, died Monday night in St. Catherine Hospital following a ^four-month illness. • He was born Aug. 8, 1897 in ^Clinton, Mo. He was an auto mechanic for Western Motor ~o. 25 vears. ' His wife, Alma, died May 28 .1954. Mr. Clark was a member •of the Christian Church. • Survivors include five sons iWilliam, 208 N. 1st, Kenneth : 1507 Walker. James, San Diego •Calif., Bob, Holcomb, and Sammy •of Kansas City, Mo.; two daugh /ters, Mrs. Wes Ellis, Kalvesta and Mrs. Leonard Mader, Hoi *comb; his mother, Mrs. J. H 'Clark, Butler, Mo.; and a sister 'Mrs. Ethel McClonney, Butler :and 13 grandchildren. i Garnancl Funeral Home is in .charge of arrangements. Garden Citian Hurt In California Wreck • Pvt. Lloyd Dean Ginest, son •of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ginest, ,408 N. l:vt, was critically injured •in an automobile accident in ;California Oct. 21. » Ho was reported improving from head injuries and a bad wound on the hip. He is an aircraft electrician j to In Montevideo, Uruguay, 70 persons were arrested in Monday night's demonstration. The crowd, mostly students, also aimed its fury at chief opposition parties, which had endorsed the American blockade of Cuba. The Guatemalan Foreign Ministry said it had confidential information on potential sabotage and agitation in that nation. In each instance, officials attributed the plots to Castro agents or supporters. Both U.S. and Venezuelan officials said earlier they had intercepted radio instructions from Havana for a campaign of terrorism and sabotage throughout Latin America. Wheat Growers Elect Officers Seven members of the Finney County Wheat Growers Assn. were re-elected to serve one-year terms on the board of directors at the annual meeting at Holcomb School auditorium Monday night Re-elected were George Meek er, chairman; M. L. Russell Franklin Oldweiler, A. E. Cook Bill Weiland, Victor Haflich anc Bill Turrentine. Five officers of the Whea Hearts, women's association, were also elected. They are Mrs Ronald Olomon, Mrs. D. E, Sroufe, Mrs. Frank Lightner Mrs. Don Drees and Mrs. Frank McClure. Approximately 100 persons at tended the dinner-meeting. Meeker showed slides of his trip to South America. Howarc Hardy, vice president of Great Plains Wheat, discussed "whea marketing developments." U.S. Plans New Air Test Tonight HONOLULU (AiP) — Unles. rveather or technical problems in erfere, the United State s will ex )lode a high-altitude nuclear war lead above Johnston Island in th Pacific tonight. If successful, the test will b he fourth in eight high altitud ries since the series began Apr 25. Joint Task Force 8 officials re 'used comment on whether it wi be the last in the Pacific tes series. Tclegran '''int ADMIRING TROPHIES won at th* state drum majorette contest — in Pratt over the weekend — are Nancy Jakeway, left, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jakeway, 809 N. 4th, and Diana Craig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Craig, 1004 N 3rd. .Both girls competed in the state evant. The trophies are on display at Patterson s Jewelry, 318 N. Main. Students Riot With Firemen WARRENSBURG, Mo. (AP) — Several hundred Central Missouri State College students got into a hassle with firemen at the scene of a small fire Monday night. The trouble started with a fire in an electric motor at a coin laundry near the men's dormitories. "Tlie students got in our way and we had to push them back to get to the fire," Fire Chief C. R. Copas said. "We ordered them to disperse, then they start- throwing rocks and firecrackers." A fire truck was dented and a water gauge was broken, the chief said. Two firemen were hit by rocks. Firemen turned three -mall hoses on the students, who fled to the vicinity of Ycater Hall, a women's dorm. Dr. Warren Lovinger, college president, appeared and the demonstration broke up. Four students were jailed on charges of disorderly corduct. Mo Injuries When Theater Boiler Explodes ATCHISON, Kan. (AP) — A jteam boiler exploded in the furnace room of the Fox Theater Monday night, but about 30 pa- rons escaped injury. The blast damaged a wall, the stage and windows. A small elec- xical fire in .the basement was put out quickly. The theater was showing "The Children's Hour." State Honors or Majorettes Students of the Marie School of Dance and Baton in Garden ^ity brought home 10 awards rom the state championship con,est of the drum majorettes of America conducted in Pratt Saturday. Shelly Sigsbee, seven-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Sigsbee of Syracuse, took six individual awards. Carol Cross, 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Cross, Syracuse, took a third place medal and a first place trophy in fancy strutting. The senior class of the Marie Majorettes took second place trophy in the Kansas State majorette twirling. Members of this group are Diana Craig, Gail Blackwell, Janice Douglass, Linda Smith, Marsha Finney, Susan Srajer, Paula Patterson, De De Dugan, Carol Beach, Janice Meredith, Janet Barnett and Susan Hund. The Marie Junior Majorettes took first place trophy in Kansas state majorette drill Corpc. Members or this class are Donna Mur ray, Terry Legate, Tina Green, Pam Esqelund, Connie Legate, Patti Pruitt, Caverly Hart, Joni Fife, Becky Loving, Diane Chmelka, Paula Huber, Mona Trent, Mary Austin, Brenda Wilson, Strcirry Archibald, Marilyn Leopold, Mary Foster, Karen Yardly Debbie Saffels, Delores Arnold and Nancy Jakeway. Helen Marie Gribble is instructor of the pupils. Soviet Union Fires Three Nuclear Tests WASHINGTON (AP)—The So viet Union has ftred three more nuclear tests—the 23rd, 24th and 25th to be announced by the U.S Atomic Energy Commission in the current series today. .. ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine James Riley, 207 Conkling. Mrs. Frank McDonald, Sublette. Mitchell & Cynthia Hennen, 601 Faylor. Douglas Riley, 207 Conkling. Mrs. Ellen W. Snyder, 1025 N. ith. Kevin Bascue, Rt. 1. Eldon Morava, 1607 E. Fulton. Mrs. Lee R. Pllcher, 1220 Old Manor. Clarence A. Hunter, 1001 Center. Mrs. Edwards. John Sweangen, 604 E. Earl F. Johnson, 1112 H-ttic. Mrs. Frank L. Dailey, 914 Evans. Charles La Fon, 903 N. 12th. Betty Lou Billings, 1304 N. 8th. Virginia Rojas, 211 S. 12th. Dale Borgman, Rt. 1. Mrs. Robert Richmeier, Hoi- comb. DISMISSALS At St. Catherine Mitchell and Cynthia Hennen, 601 Taylor. Jane E. Laughlin, 1309 Hackberry. Mrs. Agnes Riggs, 212 Spencer. Mrs. Ila Mae Mead, Belpre. Mrs. Elizabeth Bicket, Gardendale. in Garden City non Dewayne Akers, Weskan, improper driving, $5. Ira I. Corn, 912 N. 4th, improper starting of a parked vehicle, $5. Louis Dean Angeles, 403 Jones, parking in a no-parking zone, $1. Fined — Chester Lee Marlow, Rt. 1, escaping City Jail work gang. $50. Robert Harold Plot ner, 705 E. Fulton, improper driving, $5. Bonds Forfeited — Pete Branson Mitschler, Ira I. Corn, Jack Dean Adams, Vernon Dewayne Akers. Leo Arends, Refugio Ardi ie Gonzales, Louis Dean Angeles Walter Leroy Burt, Alexander Grenz, Nicholas Louis Arends Sandra Riley. COUNTY Allowed to Abate — Joe Zu beck, Deerfield, insufficient fund check totalling $60. David Howard, 703 N. 4th, no account check, $6. Sentenced to 30 days in jail, but suspended upon payment of check and court costs. Telegrar Photo Tex Visits Here Tex Ritter, western singing and motion picture star, stopped in Garden City overnight Monday. He said this morning he is taking three days off this week to go deer hunting at Fowler, Colo. Ritter said he has a busy schedule lined up with performances this Thursday and Friday in Pueblo and Manitou Springs, Colo., then on to Mobile, Ala. to name a few. ' Historical Society Pays Tribute to Chet Reeve The Finney County Historical Society, at its October meeting, requested its historian to prepare a tribute to the late Chet Reeve. Mr. Reeve, who died a few weeks ago, was a member of the board of directors of the Historical Society for several years. The society requested Edw. E. Bill, tltoe 'historian to write the tribute for file in the permanent records of the organization. Under the title of "A Worthy Kansas," Mr. Bill worte: "Chester L. Reeve, who wac for many years a member of the Board of this Society, has been called home to a belter land and the Society will long miss his guiding hand in its deliberations and activities. "Chet, as everyone in the coun ty knew him, was a man of many parts, having served as County Commissioner, member of the Chamber of Commerce, a leading cattleman and a working member of the Presbyterian Church of Garden City. "A man of ability, he has yet j quiet and unassuming, but ever ment to found here a museum devoted to the preservation of the history of the pioneers of Western Kansas, of whom he was a most worthy son and prota- gomist. "Would tihat Finney County had more citizen/3 of the stability and leadership of the late Chester L. Reeve. "His friendly greeting and good judgment in public affairs will be sorely missed by the members of this Society and by many other friends over Western Kansas." Page 2 Garde-n Oty Telegram Tuesday, October 30, 1962 Class of 52 Plans Reunion, Needs Help Garden City High School's class of 1952 is planning reunipn and needs some help in locating some of the graduates. Addresses are missing for Cecil Amos, Hugh Bicket, Homer Frazer, Doris Johnson, Phillip H. Jo'hnson, Ed Johnson, Greta Pence, and Owen Loomis. Anyone knowing the location of these persons are urged to contact Mrs. Bob (Dixie) Baker, BR 6-8157. —Whether buying 01 selling, use Telegram Want Ads! Leon Fisher, Liberal, insuffi-1 ready to assume responsibility of cient check, $3. any project having to do with the betterment of cultural and social relations of the people of the county, and was quite instru- Doris Elkins, Deerfield, insufficient checks, $10 and $11.30. Lester Leon Steinert, Daniels Courts, insufficient check, $38. Drivers License Suspensions —! mental in forwarding the move- Jesse F. Vulgamore, 1308 St. j 0 h n A. Smith, 802 Summit, from ! Fire Truck Called John. Polly Jo Hopkins, 1607 E. Ful ton. Urban M. Clifford, ing while intoxicated. Michael Hopkins, 1607 E. Ful- i from ^ 1 ' for one ton. Mrs S. S. Sidesinger, Scott City Ricky Partin, 1305 Hattie. BIRTHS At St. Catherine A son to Mr. and Mrs. John Friend, Driv- Sweangen, 604 E. Edwards, Oct. 29 at 9:24 a.m., 8 pounds, 8 ounces. A son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richmeier, Holcomb, Oct. 30 at 1:53 a.m., 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Oct. 9 for 75 days. Habitual vio- fo Country Club - ! later. Garden City's rural fire truck was sent to the Couir.ibry Club about 4 p.m. yesterday for a grass fire. The fire started in the drainage ditch which runs along the east side of the golf course, and in a couple of places burned out into the fairway. It burned sev- Corporation Deed — The Medlock Company to David Lee West, One'was'set off Monday and two j et ux, lot 15, block 39 of Holmes on Sunday, according to the AEC. Third Addition. . > Warranty Deeds — Gladys Young Hobby Club Make a Corsage From Com Husks length-wise (Figure 2). rather than from side to side; this will avoid breaking the crisp "leaves. I " For the best effect, use a com-1 bination of colors, such as red I Ewing Dunham, et al, to Chester II. Cleaver, et ux, lot 1, block 9 of the original plat of Garden City. Mayble Moseley Whitmer, et vir, to Deryle Gene Moseley, lot 1, of Steen and LaGesse resub- division of the WVfe cf block 33 and the E'A of block 37 in Stevens Addition. Quitclaim Deed — Jane Mora-, les to Josie Ann Morales, the Small Planes Turn Highway into Runway SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP)—Two small planes landed on U.S. 66 in Southwest Missouri because of bad weather Monday. G. R. Hayes of Oklahoma City, caught in a dense fog, set his four place down at the west «rdge of MarsMielcl. Fred Inman of Crawfordville, Ind., landed a mile west of Lebanon because of carburetor icing. Both planes were damaged slightly. eral hundred feet along the ditch. Firemen answered another grass fire Sunday. Local trucks were sent to 13th between the railroad tracks and Santa Fe Street. Grass was burned on property owned by Leonard Smith. The rural truck was sent out again shortly after 6 p.m. yesterday along the old highway cast of Sherman's Grill but no fire was discovered. A utility pole had been reported on fire. elected by more families We believe it our personal responsibility to make certain that every detail of the service is conducted in a manner that pays the ultimate in tribute. Frank White P LI l ^rf 620 N. Main Ambulance Service Ph. BR 6-4364 W 1-3 of the SE'/4 of block 61 Qri , ^ lat of Garden on owe side of a leaf and green on the other. You may even want to use various colors on each side, such as a streak of red, another of blue, another of orange, and so on. The colors need not be very strong. Tlxjy should be applied lightly. Aft*r th«y are colored, the Traffic Accidents -- Monday at 1:15 p.m. at intersection of two alleys behind the police station. Pickup truck driven by Darwin A. Run- die, Gardendale (minor damage), and car driven by Delmer G. Brodie, 507 Conkling (moderate damage). Monday at 3:50 p.m. in front Color, Curl Husks By CAPPY DICK A corn husk corsage i easy make, if you collect some friend in corn husks must be dry. With ^stationed at the Marine All Wea-1 husks when you visit a fri tlier Fighter Squadron, El Tore, j the country where field iSanta Ana, Calif. He has been (grows. in the Marines for two years, ,'anj was scheduled to go over•seas to the Far East next week. ; Ho is in the Community Hos- •pital, 600 E. Washington Ave., Bauta Ana, Calii. ' . . j T -, *U • ' l'M.\J-H'*LUJ CIV U • vv/ I J. Ill i JJt »»«*»» leaves must be curled. Do this j of cjt b city-owned truck by genUy pulling each one bc-j^ , OrvlHe ^ Jon , e 701 tween the edge of a table knife, Peni lvanla (no dama ge), and and your thumb. If the leaves j ked ear (>wncd , Michael are so dry they crack when you, Kenne(h w d 608 Garden city <'° thls ' Iay alek " " C Ave, (minor damage). and do the curling by gently winding each leaf in a spiral around a pencil, holding it there for Today at 7:20 a.m. in 100 block of W. Fulton. Station wagon driv by Floyd Dale Trent, 1019 St > tral minutes until Hie curl has| John (extensive damage), and sot. parked car owned by Carl Lit . . . , ," » i |Jt* i ix\. vi V. «*!. »/i»m,V4 tj J vjuit *J* v The final step is to tie a bunch ; mibe f Dj hU) (moderatc of the curled leaves together with* j aina g°>j T n'i»'r/\\i,' ctrir\ ^f Vnmlf :i <; yhnu.'n ' a narrow strip of husk as shown: in tho picture above. This is a' for mother to wear of her Fall suit. . . rctty scissors, trim each piece into a) 1 '/ ' slender leaf (Fi«jur e 1) a n inch \ on lh wide at the widest point. | L'sinx crayons, color the leaves j TOMORROW: How to Win • on both sides, liub the crayon Rotary Printina Pr e ss Outfitl Only V-6 (Savings bank with spark plugs!) Penny-wise and pounds lighter than any ordinary 6, Buick Special V-G gives you belter performance, livelier action—iind on less regular gus-per-mile! (There's an economical aluminum V-8 Special, too!). In addition to nimble action and frugality, look at all these other Special value dividends: Choice of 3 silk-smooth transmissions. New "Delcotron" generator. Electric windshield wipers. Rugged aluminized muffler. Famous Buick comfort and r-o-o-m (enough for 6 tall ones) in America's only happy medium-sue car. All this and a happy surprise low price! Get happy ... go Special! '63 buick special Courts POLICE Bonds Posr*d — Jack U«nnis! Grow, El Rancho Trailer Court, | leaving the scene of an accident and no driver's license, $100. Vei»- See your Buick dealer for quality service...he knows your Buick best! WESTERN MOTOR CO. • 5th and Fulton

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