Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 2, 1962 · Page 2
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Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, November 2, 1962
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Telegram Photo Open Today Starting business In Its new location at 304 N. Main this morning is The Squire, men's clothing store. Checking merchandise are partners Bob Long, left, and Doug Grotty, Jr. The store was formerly located at 108 W. Chestnut. markets LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs Extra Large A'* . -33 Eggs AY Large -31 Eggs A's Medium M Eggs B'* Large .25 Eggs C'* .18 1st Grade Cream 4-Day Cream Heavy Hens Light Hens M AS .13 .05 LOCAL WAGON PRICES Wheat $2.00 unchg. Mllo 51.55 uncng. Ry» .80 unchg. Barley $1.65 unchg. CO-OP PRICES Wheat $1.99 up 1 Mllo $1.55 unchg. Rye .80 unchg. • Barley : 51.60 unchg. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 500; calves 250; not enough for test; good steers 27.50; 'utility cows 14.50-15.50. Hags 2,500; barrows and gilts weak to 25 lower; sows steady to weak; butchers 1-3 200-240 Ib 16.50-17.00; sows 1-3 275-400 Ib 14.75-15.75. Persons Fined Eight young persons were fined in Police Court here Thursday night as the result of charges growing put of Halloween night. Their fines and charges: Jimmy Munoz, 21, 1921 B St., running from polke, $10; Tony Ornelas, 20, 2117 C St., shooting fireworks, $5; Kenneth Barrett Wasson, 16, 409 Hudson, throwing eggs, $5; Richard Guillen, Jr., 18, 104 N. 4th, throwing tomatoes $5;. Donald Ray LaGesse, 19, 314 W. 9th, shooting fireworks, $5; Duane Eugene Roster, 19, Imperial Rt., resisting arrest, $10; John Morris Smith, 17, 2109 N. 6th, shooting, fireworks, $5; Jack Leon-Jacobs, 18, 308 Washington, throwing objects in the street $5. The case of Clayton Albers, 17, 1407 St. fohn, also arrested Halloween night, was taken under advisement. 2 Charged for Pef f y Larceny Charges of petty larceny have been filed here against two Garden City Junior College students from Connecticut as a result of a Thursday night incident. Released to appear in Police Court Monday night are Harry Albert Coleman and Wayne Thomas Kruger. Both reside at the Warren Hotel. Police reported that a lock was broken on a truck owned by Fred Dold' and Sons Packing Co. of Wichita and the vehicle was entered. It was parked near Oil- Ion's supermarket here. Forty-eight pounds of meat was stolen, including bacon, ham, bologna, and sausage. Officers recovered the meat later and said that the two students admitted taking it. 4-H Training School Set A training school for Finney County 4-H Club officers will be conducted Saturday at the Church of the Brethren. The school will start at 9:30 a.m. Officers of each of Finney's lo 4-H Clubg wiU attend sessions pertaining to the office they hold. Instructors will be: Presidents — Lyle Ashworth, past leader of the Up and Atom Club; vice presidents — Kenneth Fromm, country agricultural agent; secretaries — Mrs. Elsie Branden, county home economics agent •treasurers. Mrs. Joe York, leader in the Beacon Boosters Club; reporters — Beth Lilley, Garden City Telegram; and parliamentarians r- Mrs- Milton Thomas, leader in the Happy Hustlers Club- i today Hospitals ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine ViVian Kent, Rt. 1 Ysabei Perales, 102 Kelley Phillips, Lakin Mrs. Ray Counterman, S. Star Rt. ' > Albert S. Simon, 610 N. lOfch. Charles Bowman, Gardendale Melvin Taylor, 619 N. Main Albert Rowan, Jr. — Rt. 1 Benny Garcia, 505 E. Santa Fe William J. Peppan, City At Leopold Mrs. Mary M. Cutler, 403 Evans. Delmar Finkenbinder, Scott City. Soviet Ship Heads to Mars MOSCOW (AP)—An unmanned Soviet space ship was estimated early today to be 140,000" miles on its way to Mars, Moscow Radio reported; Thi;one-ton space craft was launched."'from a sputnik whirled'info orbit Thursday; The Tass news agency said all systems were functioning normally after the first few hours of the flight. The Soviets calculate the vehicle, called Mars 1, will pass close tp'the planet hi something over'seven months. The ship is equipped with a camera and radio transmitters which—if all goes well—will send photographs of Mari and other data back to earth, giving scientists valuable clues to the old question of whether or not life exists on tlie planet. The Soviets said this is the first attempt to reach Mars, but American space officials have said the Soviets have already made two unsuccessful attempts at Mars and four at Venus. In Garden City DISMISSALS At St. Catherine Mrs. John Armantrout, Dighton Marcia Barker, 401 N. 6th. Durwood Swilltfy, 415 Magnolia Mrs. Dennis Atherton, 304 W. Santa Fe , Reynolds Mujica, 204 S. 6th. • . David Foster, 702 Pat's Dr. James Pearce; 808 N. 7th. . Harold Webb', Rt. 1 Jeannie M. Foster, 702 Pat's Dr. Mrs. George Deslongchamp, 608 Bancroft Cheri Pauley, Gardendale Mrs. Edward Schreiber, .1107 Gillespie Dr. Mrs. Chrysanthe Pappas, Rt. 1 George Wigner, Sr., 301 N. 10th. Danny Lynn. Moreno, S. Star Rt. At Leopold C.M. Byrd, Roggen, Colo. Alan and Karen Bonebrake, 1105 N. 9th. Legals , Marriage License — Lawrence H. Hindman, Jr., 25, and Jane Morales, 40, both of Garden City. Quitclaim Deed — Harry Brown, et ux, to Harlen E. Smith, et al, a tract of land in- the of 36-24-33. Warranty Deed — Douglas Crotty, Sr., et al to Douglas Crotty, Sr., et ux, a tract of land In 18-24-32. R.J. Burgln, et ux to R.J. Burein, et ux, the SEW of section 12; the NEV4 of section 12, all in township 23, range 31; and 5V4 acre tract in the NWV4 of the NE% of 13-25-31; and 117.13 ac res in the EV4 of 13- 25-31. Courts A few years ago, the air pressure accompanying an Austrian snowslide blew eight freight cars off their rails. COUNTY Fined — Robert L. Lewis, two counts overload, $40. G.W. Owsley, overload, $15. Jimmy Teafateller, overlength vehicle, $10. Alfred L. Winters, running stop sign, $5. Judson Carl Barnard, speeding, $10. Jerry Lee Bailey, speeding $10. Melvin Glen Cook, no Kansas registration. $5. deaths Who They AMj—> What Hfoy Do Sketches of Tuesday's Candidates When Finney County residents go to the polls next Tuesday for the general election they'll ba faced with two county races plus several state decisions. The county races pit George C. Meeker, Republican, against J,M. Ooncannon, Democrat, fof state representative; H. L. Harms, Republican, and F. Arthur Stone, Democrat, for the County Coini mission seat from the First District. To give Voters a bit of personal information on candidates in the two county races and the five major state races, the following thumbnail sketches have Men compiled. County Commistioiner Fit* District F. Arthur Stont F. Arthur Stone, S. Star Route, is the Democratic candidate for re-election as County Commissioner from the First District. He is seeking his third term in the office. His opponent is H.L. Harms. Stone has lived on S. Star Route all his life. He is a farmer and stockman, a member of the First Christian Church, Masons and the Garden City Chamber of Commerce. , H. L. Harnu Herbert Harms, Eminence Rt. farmer and stockman, is the Republican candidate for county commissioner from the First District. His opponent i s F. Arthur Stone. Harms was a county •commissioner for four years — serving from 1949 to 1953. He has served on the Valentine School Board for 20 'years and is & member of the Farm Bureau. Harms has been farming since 1928. He feels there is need for help in the county road situation. State Representative 115th District Glemn Vemon Downs LEOTI — Glenn Vernon Downs .62, Leoti, died Thursday afternoon in Wichita County Hospital. He was born Oct. 31, 1900 at Clay County, but had lived in Leoti most of his life. He was a ! longtime rural mail carrier here. Mr. Downs was a member of the Masonic Lodge at Leo'ci, the Salina Consistory and Isis • Shrine Temple. Survivors include the widow, Alice, of the home; three sons, Glenn Downs, Wichita, Darrei Downs, Los Angeles, Calif., and Larry of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Edd Wells, Scott City j and Mrs. Jerry White and Mrs. I Leyon Hames, both of Leoti; four brothers, Jack and Lloyd Downs of Wichita, Emil Downs, Plains, and Horace Downs, Leoti; two sisters, Mrs. August Hahn and Mrs. Roy Buck, both of Leoti; and 18 grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday at 3 p.m. in th e Presbyterian Church at Leoti, The Masonic Lodge will conduct graveside service? in the Leoti Cemetery. The Wainmann Funeral Home is in charge. P. G. Anderson SCOTT CITY - P, G. Anderson, 48, died Thursday at Albu- buquerque, N.M., where he had lived the past year. Mr. Anderson was born May 11, 1914 at Lenate rnd moved to Scott County when a boy. He attended Scott County schools. Mr. Anderson married Ethel Moore at Scott City. He had been a railroad conductor at Clovis, N.M. 15 years. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Shrine and Scottish Rites and a member of the Clovis Central Church ot Christ. Survivors include the widow; two daughters, Mrs. Linda Sta'g- ner, Twin Falls, Idaho, and Mrs. Vicki Stewart, Kansas City, Kan.; one brother. Emanuel Anderson, Oakland, Calif.; and two grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday, at ,2 p.m. at the Weinmann Funeral Home in Scott Gity. Masonic Lodge will conduct graveside services in Scott County Cemetery. Alvin Michael LAKIN - Funeral for Alvin (Shorty) Michael, 43, veteran game protector for the Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission, will be Saturday at 10 a.m. (MST) in the Lakin Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in the Lakin Cemetery with the Davis Funeral H"me in charge. Mr. Michael died at his home Wednesday evening. Levi Cornelius Hoffman SATANTA — Levi Cornelius Hoffman, 78, Satanta, died early Thursday morning in Excelsior Springs, Mo. He was born Oct. 1, 1884 in Michigan but had lived in Haskell County since 1912. Hie was a retired farmer and stockman. Survivors include two daughters, Harriett E. Hoffman, Wichita, and Mrs. Naida Hurlburt, Xiliah, Wash.; a son, Harold Hoffman, Ft. Lupton, Colo., two brothers, Irl Hoffman of Reece and Jay Hoffman of Tribune; a sister, Mabel Hoffman, Pacific Grove, Calif.; eight grandchildren and one great- grandchild, Graveside services will be in the Satanta Cemetery at 10:30 a.m. Monday. Friends may call at the Phillips-White Funeral Home in Garden City until Sunday night. G«org« W. Mt»k«r George W. Meeker, 40, 1401 E. Baokberry, GOP candidate for the Kansas House (from Finney County) was born in Pawnee County and moved to Garden City in 1931. He is a graduate of the local high school, Junior College and Kansas State. He served to World War II as a naval radar officer. Meeker started farm- tag in northeast Finney County after the war. This ig his first try at political office. He is chairman of the Finney County Wheat Growers Assn., director of state and national wheat growers associations, chairman, of the board of trustees for the Community Congregational Church and served for eight-years a s a board member of the now extinct Sunrise School. He is- also president of the Scott City Grain Co. The Meekers have two sons. Governor James Concartnon A former County Commissioner, James M. Concannon, 909 Center, is the Democratic candidate for state representative from the 115th District — or Fhv ney County. The farmer-stock' man was a County Commissioner for 16 years, representing the Third District. He moved to Gar den City from hie farm northeast ol town prior to the 1960 election. He is a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Farm er's Union and has served the Essex School District as a board member some 20 years. John Anderson John Anderson, who came up politically through the county attorney's office, is seeking his second term as governor. The 45-year-old Anderson was born on a farm near Olathe where he attended public schools. He attended Kansas State University and received his law degree from the* University of Kansas in 1944. After serving as law clerk in'the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, he returned to Johnson County where he practiced law and then was elected to three terms as c*ounty attorney. In 1952 he was elected to the state Senate and four years later he was elected attorney general. After two years he ran for, and was elected, governor. He owns an 80-acre farm near Olathe and he raises Shetland ponies as a hobby. Congressman First District J, Floyd Breeding Democrat J. Floyd Breeding, Rolla, is seeking his first term In Congress from the new First District, his fourth as a representative from the old Fifth District. His opponent next Tuesday is Robert Dole, Russell. Breeding is a farmer and stockman In Morton County. He was born in Brown County and attended schools in Dickinson and Shawnee counties. He also attended Kansas State. Breeding served two terms in the Kansas House and'was minority leader in 1949. He won the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor in 1950 but was unsuccessful, in the general election. Breeding was elected to Congress in 1956 and re-elected in 1958 and 1960. Ken Smith K. L. Smith, 37, was born at Galena ahd attended Chanute public schools and the University of Wichita. During World War II he served 2Vfe years in the Army Air Corps as an armored- gunner and was in training for B29 service when the war ended. From 1946 to 1950 he was employed in' credit rating service at Wichita and after that operated a bulk oil station at Luray and was employed by Wichita aircraft plants. He was right-of- way agent for the State Highway Commission before making the race for secretary of state two years ago. U. S. Senate Unexpired Term Bob Dole Bob Dole, like his Democratic opponent J. Floyd .Breeding, is seeking congressional office in Kansas' new First District. His home town is Russell. He is in his first 2-year term as representative from^the Sixth District. At 26, Dole entered the Kansas House from Russell County. In 1952 he was elected to the first of four terms as Russell County attorney, and has been elected to office nine times without defeat. Before entry into service in World War II, Dole attended Kansas University. After his Army discharge he attended the University of Arizona and in 1952 he" was graduated from Washburn Law School. Dole received two bronze stars during the war and was twice wounded. The Doles have one daughter, Robin Paul Ay I ward Paul Aylward, Democratic candidate for the U. S. Senate, has operated a Kansas farm and ranch since 1938. His home is near Ellsworth. His general elec- ion opponent is Sen. James ?earson. The Aylwards have a married daughter, Mrs. Allen Thompson of Manhattan, and two ons — Peter, a etudent at Kansas University and Paul, Jr. who s in Africa in the Foreign Serv- ce for the United- States. Aylward is an attorney, having served as city attorney for Ellsworth for 24 years; a member and past chairman of the Kansas Park Authority, past state commander and national legislative commission member _of the American legion, past president' and now a trustee of the Ellsworth Hos- )ital board and a bank vice>resident and director. He served aboard an aircraft carrier during World War II. U. S. Senate Regular Term Dale E. Saffel* at Dale E. Saffels was House minority leader. Born in Elk County, Saffels, 40, is a Garden City attorney and has been a member | of the House four terms. He was born at Moline, received his AB | degree from Emporia State Teachers College in 1947 and his: LLB from Washburn University; in 1949. He spent four years in i the Army during World War II as an enlisted man and officer, j being discharged as a major. He • was county attorney two terms and is a past president of Lions, a member of Bar Associations, \ Chamber- of Commerce and the Lutheran Church. He is married has three children. Men to Present Mock Wedding Fifteen men will present a special comedy play, "Hillbilly Wedding," at Jennie Barker School Auditorium Monday at 7:30 p.m. \ It's a Parent-Teachers Assn.- sponsored event, a mock weddr ing with an all-male cast mada up of parents. j Larry Milter plays the role of the bride, Petunia Appleblossom.' The groom, Hezikah Pumphand- le, is played by Raymond Lee Ellis. The preacher is portrayed by Gary Heriag. The comedy will last some 35 mioutei. Frank Carlson Frank Carlson, long-time Kansas official, is seeking his third fall term as U.S. Senator. Carlson was bcm at Concordia in 1893 and still has his home there. He attended school at Concordia and Kansas State College. He was a member of the Kansas Legislature in the 1929 and 1931 sessions, chairman of the state GOP committee, elected to Congress from the old sixth district sip consecutive terms. He was elected governor in 1946 and reelected two years later. Carlson was chairman of the Interstate Oil Compact Commissie '. and the National Governors' Conference in 1949. He was chairman of the Council of State Governments and vice chairman of the President's National Safety Con ference in 1950. He was electee to the Senate in 1950 for an unex pired term and f° r the next reg ular term and reelected in 1956 He is a member of the Pos Office and Civil Service Commit tee. Finance, Foreign Relations and Joint Committee on Inter nal Revenue Taxation. James B. Pearson t Gttfffcn City Tolngritm Friday, November 2, 1962 James B. Pearson, senator just a few months, is a Republican candidate for the unexpired four years of the late Sen. Andrew F. Schoeppel. Pearson, former state senator from Johnson County and state GOP chairman, was appointed by Gov. John Anderson, a close friend, on Jan. 31. His opponent is Paul Aylward of Ellsworth. Pearson, 41, is a Prairie Village attorney and has held several local political positions. He followed Anderson to the state Senate and managed his campaign for governor. Pearson is a native of Tennessee who close his home in Kansas after serving in the Navy at the Olathe Naval Air Station during World War II. Attorney General William Ferguson William M. Ferguson served four terms in the Kansas House, from 1949 to 1957, and ie seeking his second 2-year term as state's attorney general. The 44-year- old Republican has been Kansas attorney general, since 1961. He has practiced law in Wellington since 1941 and also is a rancher and cattleman in Sumner County. Ferguson was named to tfie executive council of the State Bar Assn. jin 1952, is a member of the Prestoyterian Church and a number of veteraws organizations. During World War II he served as an. officer .With the Navy. His opponent next Tuesday is Jules Doty, Ottawa. Jules Doty Jules Doty, Democratic candidate for attorney general, is a practicing attorney from Ottawa. His opponent next Tuesday is incumbent William Ferguson, Republican. Doty has served two terms as county attorney in Ottawa County and is the county Democratic chairman. He is married and his family lives in Ottawa. This is Doty's first attempt for election to a state office. Kansas Traffic Log TOPEKA (AP)—Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Friday—J.. For November—2. For 1962—486. Comparable 1961 period—445. mem o 7< How did your Congressman vote on EDUCATIONAL TV? THE RECORD SHOWS Breeding- voted FOR Federal matching funds for educational television in HR 132. Dole voted AGAINST educational television, which is being used by colleges in the First Diatnct. This kind of » record affects YOU! Re-elect J. FLOYD BREEDING on o . POSITIVE VOTING RECORD in your interest, BrMdIng for C»n 9 rea Club, N«rb«r» Prilling, Hoyi, Kon»., end Harold Herd, CoUwoter, Kpni., Co-Chalrmtn. Pol. Adv.

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