Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 31, 1962 · Page 5
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 5

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 31, 1962
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Massachusetts Senate Fight Family Affair Research Review Among research reports Kansas agricultural agents heard, at the annual conference which ended Friday at Kansas State University, Manhattan, was one on environmental control of livestock. Dr. Ted Hodges, a member of the agricultural engineering staff, left, is shown discussing his research with, from left, Willis Blume, Sublette; M.onte Clark, Dodge City; Charles Hageman, Hutchinson, and Paul Wilson, Great Bend. Hagoman is a farm management fieldman with the K-State extension service. Negroes Widen Their Quest For Elective Office in U.S. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Negroes are widening their quest for elective office in the United States. They stand to make 'gains in the Nov. 6 balloting. Connecticut will elect a Negro to statewide office for the first time. Each major party nominated a Negro for state treasurer. California will have its :st Negro congressman in another all- Negro contest. New York and Massachusetts have Negroes running for statewide office—New York for the first time. Negroes, many of them incumbents, are running for local or district offices, such as assemblymen, in numerous states. Page 5 C»arden City Telegram Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1962 The Deep South state of Georgia is slated to have a Negro in its legislature for the first time in more than a half CP tury. Leroy Johnson, an Atlanta Negro attorney, defeated three white candidates for the Deriocratic nomination to the state Senate in a newly delineated district. He will run in the general election a'gainst T. M. Alexand c, a Ne gro who was unopposed in the Republican primary. In Connecticut, Gerald A. Lai.ib a dental technician, is running for state treasurer on the Democrat ic ticket and William D. Graham a lawyer, on the Republican. Ihey were the first Negroes nominated for statewide office in Connect! cut. Lamb is a native of Elizabeth City, N.C., and Graham ' from Montgomery, Ala. NEW YORK (AP) - Have the _ Also in Connecticut, Wikr. ' X world champion New York Yan- Johnson, first Negro ever elected kees entered the Bo Belinsky *° "l 6 **te legisla tare, ,s seeking sweepstakes by shipping veteran hls third two-year term as a state pitcher Bob Turley V the Los ! representative. He u a native o Angeles Angels? jDawson, Ga. That was the first question that I | n califarnia's 21st congression Yankees Send Turley lo LA popped to mind in baseball circles after the Yankees added fuel to the hot stove league fire by sending Turley — outstanding hurler in the majors four years ago — to the Angels on a conditional basis. Yankees General Manager Roy Hamey said the Angelr will give New York a mutually satisfactory player by opening day, 1963, if Los Angeles retains the 32-year- old right-hander. U Belinsky involved? No, says Belinsky, reached at his Hollywood home, "I'd think they'd make a better deal." •No, says an Angel spokesman, al district in Los Angeles County the Negro opponents for tlii House of Representatives are As semblyman Augustus F. Hawkins Democrat, and Herman Smith, an attorney, Republican. The distric is heavily Democratic. Three Negroes a*e assured of election to the California Assembly in all-Negro contests. Three will be a new high, conpared with two at present. California has had at least one Negro in the assembly most of this century Hawkins has held his post for 28 years. New York's first Negro candi- "Bo Belinsky won't be in the I date for statewide office is Ed- deal." ward R. Dudley, Manhattan bor- Belinsky, a ' 25-year-old left- ough president, nominated by the hander wound up his first season Democrats for attorney general, with the Angels in a considerable • James L Flournoy, or An- amount of hot water. geles Republican Negro, is run- Turley, in the majors for 10 ; ning for one of four elective seats years, has had an up-and-down ' on the State Board of Equaliza career since the Yankees acquired him from Baltimore in 1954 in a 17-player trade. Kansos Tax Collections Past $6.6 Million Mark WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal tax collections in Kansas amounted to $695,681,000 for the fiscal year ended last June 30, the Internal Revenue Service reported Tuesday. Of that total, $513,398,000 was collected in individual income and employment taxes. tion but is rated little cha ce of success. Dudley, born in South Boston, Va., faces an uphill fight against the incumbent, Republican Louis J. Lefkowitz, who is running on Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller's ticket. In Massachusetts, Edward W. Brooke, a Negro, is the Republican candidate for attorney general. A poll of Bay State publishers, editors and political writ-.-s indicated he has a good chance to defeat Francis E. Kelly, his Democratic opponent. Beloved by Brides for Over 100 Yeart In our large selection of famou* Artcarved rings we show many very modern styles-clean, uncluttered designs-in the best of contemporary taste. Crafted in especially hardened gold (an exclusive Artcarved process), they are guaranteed for lasting beauty. See them today! From 88.00. A. tAROO SET Oroom'l Rlnj J27.50 Bridi'l Ri"9 6. TENDERNESS SET Greom'i Ri><9 $35.00 Bride's Ring IM.IO C. PRUDENCE SET Oroom'i Bins $45.00 Bnde'i Rina $39.50 412 N. Main BR 6-5142 By CORNELIUS l : . ... RLEY BOSTON (AP)—What the 1,200,. 000 independent voters in Massachusetts will do is the problem facing two young men fighting for the U.S.'Senate seat which both their families cherish. The combatants are Democrat Edward Moore Kennedy, youngest brother of President Kennedy, and Republican George Cabot Lodge. President Kennedy occupied the seat before his election ki the White House. Lodge's father and great-grandfather both spoke for Massachusetts in the Senate in years gone by. The 1962 contestants bubble with confidence with just one week left before the Nov. 6 balloting. The scent of succe- long hanging over the Kennedy headquarters has drifted across tho corner-of til.) Boston Common to the Lodge camp. They are shooting now for the support of the independent voters, who hold the decisive votes in Massachusetts contests. There are 1.2 million unenrolled 1 voters to the 921,00 Democrats and 608,000 on the Republican lists. Most of the independents stayed out of the September primary in which Kennedy won '..e Democratic nomination by a smashing plurality of 311,900 in an 800,000 vote total in his contest with state Atty. Gen. Edward J. McCormack Jr. The Kennedy confidence stems from that big win, and from the reaction he has been getting from voters in his day and night campaigning. The Lodge spokesmen say their private polls show Lodge rates ahead of Kennedy among the independents with the most recent poll showing Lodge ahead 43-40 per cent. Furthermore, a spokesman said. Lodge's percentage is solid for him, except for a 2 per cent of inclined voters. On the other hand, the spokesman said, Kennedy's 40 per cent s'u*ngtli among independents is almost evenly divided between committed and inclined voters. An Associated Press poll of Massachusetts newspaper publishers, editor and political writers showed they believed Kennedy will win the Senate seat. Straw Has Served In This Office Before HL HARMS ballots to 49 newspapers brought 34 ropii° c •>" - '-ig Kennedy appears the winner. • ,.o!.. ....... Candidate in the field for senator this time, H. Stuart Hughes, a Harvard history professor. The Cuban crisis may affect Hughes' chance of gaining a significant vote. He has advocated cessation of American nuclear testing, withdrawal of American i striking forces from foreign,, bases and abandonment of thel' U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Both Kennedy and Lodge expressed Whole-hearted support for the President's quarantine of Cuba. Republican Commissioner for First District Finney County, Kansas Your Vote and Support Appreciated Pd. Pal. Adv.—H. L. Harms WELCOME TEACHERS 3 Now 1/2 Price from Dorothy Gray 2-Mtnuto Magic. A creamy liquid cleanser that dissolves grime and make-up ... in seconds. $2 size now $1.00 Dry Skin Cleanser. "Dew" it as you cleanse it, with this 1 double-rich cream. $4 size now $2, $2.50 size now f 1.25 Salon Cold Cream. Best in its class . . . gets skin scrupu-. lously clean. $4 size now $2, $2.50 size now 91.25 , . NORRIS DRUG STORE 312 N. Main Garden City, K$. Pho. 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