Casper Star-Tribune from Casper, Wyoming on June 25, 1976 · 2
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2 Star-Tribune, Casper, Wyo. Friday, June 25, 1976 "i;!!UH!! u rt ... -"rrirff- t ii linn" QUA t 111 4-J aw ' tv - . I ( i ; THE ELEPHANTS swayed through the streets, the kids marched, and the clowns "D n m 1 a I m 7 sported their garb Thursday, as the Kiddie Mr itrilllt? UiYf Clown Parade got off the ground - a day late. The event is held in conjunction with the Shrine Speer) Circus. (Pictures by David t . Iff - - , , ' f I i '1', . AfK: i If . - - f, : , - , I 1 1 0 ? j II ( " I' J I s 4 - - . 4 " if u - t Clowns fill local streets By DAVID SPEER Staff Write. CASPER - Kids watched kids, Shriners officiated and everyone marveled at the elephants as the, rain -delayed circus parade finally got underway. Under alternately clear and cloudy skies, kids with painted faces gathered at Park and Second streets Thursday morning to take part in the traditional kick-off to the Shrine Circus in Casper a day late. Clowns aged 3 to 12, with noses and faces In the colors of the rainbow and all varieties of yarn hair and baggy clothes,' helped Shriners brighten up the downtown streets Many of the clowns got Into the Bicentennial spirit with Betsy Rosses, Minulemen and Paul Reveres adding a historical counterpoint to the more traditional circus costumes. x Some of the younger ones scheduled to take part in the parade decided at the last minute to become spectators instead of participants. They took up spots along the parade route with the other children who had gathered to watch and clapped and laughed along with the rest of the crowd. Kids on the sidewalks waved to kids marching in the streets, their expressions making It difficult to assess which group was having more fun. Bringing up the rear of the parade were the elephants, one of the biggest draws of any circus. The three docile giants drew many oohs and aahs from the young spectators and marchers, as they traveled down the city streets linked trunk to tail In the best circus fashion. The youngsters forgot even the awarding of the prizes for the best costumes for a few moments as they paused at the end of the route to watch as the elephants were loaded Into their truck for the trip back to the fairgrounds. Helms wasn't asked of plot WASHINGTON (UPI) - Richard Helms, former CIA chief, never mentioned U.S. plots to kill Cuban Premier Fidel Castro to the Warren Commission investigating President Kennedy's death because he was never asked about them, a Senate report showed Thursday. The late Allen W. Dulles, director of the CIA when the plots began and a member of the seven-man commission, might have been expected to reveal the schemes, Helms intimated to a special Senate committee. i A 106-page Senate study of Intelligence community cooperation or lack of it with the Warren Commission was published Wednesday. It revealed the commission did not explore the possibility of a "Cuban connection" between the CIA plots and Kennedy's assassination. - "Mr. Allen Dulles was a member of the ' Warren Commission and the . first assassination plot happened during his time as director," Helms told Sen. Frank Church July 18, 1975 in testimony published for the first time in the new study. "What he said to the Warren Commission about this ... I don't know. "But at least he was sitting right there, in the commission's deliberations and knew about this, and I am sure that the same thought that occurred to you must have occurred to him." Card of Thanks Heat wave plagues nation ,We want to thank the people of Casper who helped us when our little boy fell. We were visiting from Olkahoma. Gary, his wife, the hospital personnel, the neighbors oft Paradise Valley and Hidden Hills, and this ambulance driver were all so helpful and kind. May God bless each one of you. Hay your kindness be repaid if you ever need help. fefatthew, Christa, Kathy, and Harold Hfrworth Funerals 1M MS mm By United Press International New England and northern California sweltered in heat waves Thursday. Violent storms damaged harvest-ready wheat but eased the drought in some parts of the Midwest. Communities in eastern Massachusetts voluntarily restricted use of water for lawns and swimming pools as the mercury headed into the 90s for the ninth day this month. The National Weather Service, noting that "Bostonians and other eastern Massachusetts residents are sweltering," said the month is likely to go down in the records as the warmest June in Boston's weather history. Despite oppressive humidity, lack of rain also plagued eastern Massachusetts, raising concern among farmers and foresters. At the opposite end of the nation, desert winds pushed hot, dry air into the San Francisco Bay area from as far away as Salt Lake City, and burning permits were suspended in more than 40 California counties. The mercury headed above the 100 degree mark in inland areas and was expected to soar to 94 in San Francisco, unusually hot for the "City by the Bay." Funeral set for jeweler CT AVDKK AT SPRUCE ruMMAt DIUfCTOfS PHONE 234-7123 THOMAS UPTON TROTH Services for Thomas Upton Troth will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Bustard Funeral Home, with Dr. John Williams of the First Presbyterian Church officiating. Graveside services will be conducted by Casper Lodge No. 15, AF&AM at Highland Cemetery. Friends may call at the Bustard Funeral Home until 10 a.m. Friday, after which the casket will be closed In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to the Blue Envelope Heart Fund or the Shrine Crippled Children Hospital. : TORRINGTON - Services for Wilbur Mackie Garing, 71, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the United Methodist Church. The Rev. Lonnie B. Johnston will officiate, with burial to be in Valley View Cemetery. Garing died at his home early Wednesday from an apparent heart attack. He was bom on June 14, 1905 at Montezuma, Iowa, where he attended school. Following high school graduation, Garing ' learned the jewelers trade. On April 12, 1934 he married the former Burdean Penwell at Greeley, Colo. He moved to the Grand Junction area in Colorado and was in the Jewelry and watch repair business there until 1940, when he moved to Torrington. Garing opened the Garing Jewelry store there which he operated until his retirement five years ago. Garing was a member of the Moose and the BPOE Elks Lodge of Torrington. In addition to the widow, Burdean, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Wayne Fields of Henry, Neb. ; one brother, Adrian Garing of Grand Junction; one step-sister, Mrs. Elsie Weber of Redding, Calif.; and two grandchildren. A memorial has been established to the Heart Fund. Arrangements are being handled by the Colyer Funeral Home. The offices of A. J. Pettrini will be closed beginning at 10:00 Friday, due to the death Thomas U. Trot$ hi . ft-"' ;'f by? WJ if. llTt) 04 kl2 fv i African summit talks get started PORT LOUIS, Mauritius (UPI) - The 47 nations of the Organization of African Unity began a summit meeting Thursday expected to concentrate on tightening sanctions against the continent's two white minority regimes, South ' Africa and Rhodesia. The annual session, Africa's most important political and economic meeting, also will see strong opposition to the United States and Britain over development of an American naval base on Diego Garcia, a strategic island 1,400 miles to the northeast of here in the Indian Ocean. Virtually every one of the 47 African and Arab foreign ministers preparing for the three-day meeting of heads of state next week is pushing for a resolution denouncing superpower Involvement in the Indian Ocean. Sources said the OAU will pass a unanimous resolution condemning the violence In South Africa, where at least 138 blacks have died and more than 1,100 have been wounded in riots sparked by protests against the white regime. 9 . Tired MARCHING or resting, clowns filled Casper's streets Thursday. Here, a weary pair takes a breather from the festivities. CASPER AMATEUR HOCKEY CLUB THERE WILL BE A HOCKEY EQUIPMENT SALE AT OX SPORTING GOODS 249 N. Wolcott SATURDAY, JUNE 26th STARTING AT 9 A.M. Hospital to get scanner CASPER - The state Comprehensive Health Planning Advisory Council Wednesday approved a $1.75 million Improvement project for Natrona County Memorial, Hospital. Hospital administrator Lewis Spencer said approval at the state level met an important federal requirement. ; State approval is necessary before patients whose treatment involves facilities financed by the project can be eligible for such federal assistance as Medicare and Medicaid. ' The project will finance such new equipment as a $450,000 CT scanner, which Spencer called "a tremendous breakthrough in 'diagnostic radiology," and a $450,000 cardiac catherization unit. The scanner will be Wyoming's first, while Lander has the only hospital with a catherization unit, he said. Also planned is a $600,000 "general replacement, updating and upgrading" of existing X-ray "-equipment. Many expensive pieces, Spencer said, are 15-18 years old and "flat worn out." Another $300,000 ' is earmarked for remodeling existing facilities to accommodate the new equipment, he said. Spencer cited two means to finance the project, noting that half the cost will be met by funds already on hand. "The Hospital Board has set aside money for years," he said. The other half, he said, will come from loans secured by the recently established non-profit Natrona County Memorial Hospital Foundation. Now Is An Excellent Time To Get Your Organ Or Guitar Amplifier Repaired Any Make or Model ! J CALL JULIAN McCLEHAHAH Our Factory Trained Repair Specialist 237-7162 Piano Tuning 1 O i Jr 234-9117 "135 So. Durbin F 1cs Parsons . WYOMING'S MUSIC EDUCATION CENTER ' CALL JERRY McKIN 234-9 1 17 234-0117 Carrier Subscription Rates Daily and Sunday I Month $4.75 Mail Subscription Rates Daily and Sunday 1 Month S 5.50 3 Months 16 50 6 Months 32.00 1 Year . 59.00 Sunday Only 6 Months S16.00 1 Year 30 00 The Casper Star-Tribune reserves the riqht to edit or reject any advertisement. 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