The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri on July 17, 1964 · Page 36
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THE KANSAS CITY TIMES, FRIDAY. JULY 17. 1964 NAVY PILOT KILLED Top U. S. Students ANIMALS ROUGH UP BY IET EXPLOSION Tour Plant Here MOUNTS AT RODEO Maneuvers Off Crete Fatal to • Former Kansas City Kansan BLAST OCCURS IN AIR Victim Is the Son-in-Law of Charles W. Brenneisen, City Attorney Lt. Dale N. Fendorf. a Navy pilot and a former Kansas City. Kansas, resident, was killed Wednesday when his jet exploded in the air off Crete during maneuvers in the Mediterranean. Highway patrolmen have been trying to locate Charles W. Brenneisen, jr., Fendorfs father-in-law. He is returning from Jacksonville, Fla., where he was visiting his daughter, Mrs. Dale N. Fendorf, it was reported. Brenneisen is city attorney for Kansas City, Kansas. Lt. Fendorf was born in Iberia, Mo., and lived in Kansas City, Kansas, most of his life. He was graduated from the United States Navy academy at Annapolis in 1959. He also was graduated in 1955 from Wyandotte high school, where he played football. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ann Fendorf of the home; two sons, Robert Jeff Fendorf and Charles Jay Fendorf of the home in Jacksonville; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Fendorf, 1838 North Forty-ninth, Wyandotte County; three brothers, Dr. Kenneth Fendorf. Boulder Creek, Calif.; Frank W. Fendorf, Chillicothe, Mo., and Lt. Cmdr. James Fendorf, Quonset Point, R. I.;tw.o sisters, Miss Carolyn Fendorf, 6000 Metcalf lane, Mission, and Mrs. Norman Gunderman, 4814 Catherine, Wyandotte County, and his maternal grand,mother, Mrs. L. J. Mavfield, Iberia, Mo. Rider Is Thrown and Gored by Bull at Wyandotte County Event CLOWN ALSO IS TOSSED Both Suffer Bruises—Horse Rider Sustains Injury of Leg THEFT LOSS IS $117 Airplane Radio Also Taken by Burglars The theft of $117.17 and an air- GLASS FIBER PROCESSES were explained to high school students and a university professor yesterday at the Gustin-Bacon Manufacturing company plant. 3031 Fiberglas road. Kansas City, Kansas. \V. T. McWilliams (left), personnel manager, conducted the tour for 40 students from 21 states. The students are in the National Science Foundation program. They are in the fifth week of a 6-week seminar at the University of Kansas. Besides McWilliams, the others are (left to right) Oscar Nixon. New Orleans: Ted M. Mik- lasz, Stubenville. O.: Kenneth L. Metz, 4553 Metropolitan avenue, Kansas City, Kansas, and Fred C. Smithmeyer, assistant professor of metallurgy and material engineering at the university. All wear protective eye goggles. The 6.500 persons at the Ab- dailah Shrine rodeo at the Wyandotte County fairgrounds last night saw animals triumphing over man in many of the events. If animals can be heroes in such events, the name of Jesse James, bucking bronc, has to be entered. On the third jump he pitched one of this year’s highest ranking riders, Ken Badger, toward the stars and out of contention. ! A Brahman bull named Speedy Gonzales not only threw its rider, Ted Reed, but rubbed him in the dust. And when the clown. Buck LeGrand. tried to stop the | goring, the clown was tossed, too. Both men escaped with bruises. Also given over into the | j care of the first aid station was another rodeo circuit rider, Bill Dixon, of Kavcee. Wyo. It was unfortunate for both the horse. High Desert, and the rider as it turned out. They went down ! at the first jump, and when the horse rolled on its side, the rider’s left leg was caught and injured. The horse was shaken up I by the fall, but recovered a short time later. Four riders stayed with the , barebaeks. Leading them all j was Neil Samuels of Fort Crook, Forty of the nation’s top high, bers and ceramics, school students toured the Gus-1 However, as Fred C. Smith- Neb., who had placed second tin-Bacon Manufacturing compa- meyer, assistant professor of the night before. Only three ny’s plant No. 7 yesterday at ! metallurgy and material engi- j stayed on the bulls, with Dai KjU<=r. ""Knii** Wonderful Travel inti Companion Timely two-piece knit dress— a comfortable overblouse and slender skirt of textured linen arnel triacetate knit that wears without wrinkles on trips. In berry red with cork or teal blue with green; sizes 10 to IS. 15.95 Fashion Salon—3rd Floor Downtown, Plaza and Ward Parkway No Phone Orders, Please Come In , I / ; 3031 Fiberglas road in Kansas City, Kansas. nee ring, said, it is one thing to make glass in a little pot and The students, from 21 states,j another to see it made by the plane radio valued at $40 was are participants in the National train load. Van Dusen Aircraft Supply com- j sity of Kansas, which sponsored trating on mathematics, science las Chartier, of Laird, Neb., getting the most points. The scoring: SADDLE BRONC— (!) Ross Lonev, reported to police in Kansas Science Foundation’s 6-week | The students all will be high . crligT0coioM° and ‘John5' McBeth°aeLedn' City, Kansas, yesterday by the summer program at the Univer-| school seniors next fall, cdncen- KöBsAREBACK_(1) Neii samueis, Fort Crook, Neb.; (2) Larry Collins, Wheatland, Wyo.; (3) Ralph Wheat, Vanzant, Mo. CALF ROPING— (1) Junior Garrison, Marlow, Okla.; (2) Sonny Worrell, Altoona. Kas.; (3) Rolla Hade, St. Louis. BULL RIDING— (T) Dallas Chartier, Laird, Neb.; (2) DeLayne Long, Lyndon, I Kas.; (3) Russell Ward, Lawrence, Kas. STEER WRESTLING— (1) L. E. Henning, Ralston, Neb.; (2) Benny Combs, ¡Checotah, Okla.; (3) Barry Burke, I Wagoner, Neb. pany at 3150 Fairfax road. ! the field trip. The students have It was the second time in less been studying and experiment- than a week that the company’s ing several days with glass fi- offices were entered. A window was broken to gain entry. « ---------------TURNER CLASS REUNION A reunion and picnic for the class of 1944 of Turner high school will be at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon at the recreation hall of the Wyandotte County lake park. KANSAS CITY, KANSAS eie t y A picnic for members of the city council of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority will be from 1 to 5 Sunday afternoon at the Wyandotte County park at Bonner Springs. Young Bircher So vs 11. S. c? «. Helps Spread of Communism The locations of 10 intercontinental ballistic missiles in Cuba were pinpointed last night by a 26-year-old editor of an anti- Communist magazine speaking to more than 100 persons at the Holiday Inn in Kansas City, Kansas. Scott Stanley, jr., managing editor of the American Opinion, who is also a native of Kansas City, Kansas, and a graduate of Wyandotte high school, said the locations of the missile silos would be published in the July- August issue of the magazine. Hopes CIA Will Buy It “It is my hope,’’ Stanley said, “that the CIA will spend $1 and buy a copy of it for the infor- j mation.’’ Stanley’s remarks on the missiles followed a heated denouncement of American foreign policy in Cuba. He said the United States aided Fidel Castro to attain power. “The Communist movement, not only in Cuba but in dozens of other areas, has gone nowhere since the end of World War II or engineering. Smithmeyer said the students have been studying on the level of college juniors. On the Fire Run The Kansas City, Kansas, fire department reports: A. M. 2:32—516 Oakland. 2-storv residence, back porch, upstairs bedroom and attic, cause undetermined, $300 loss to building, $100 loss to contents. P. M. 12:50—1-35 and Roe lane, truck, rear dual tires flat, $20 loss. 4:32—Twelfth and Osage, motor car, under hood, carburetor backfire, $5 loss. 4:44— 1034 Calvin, brush and Further Keduelion Prices in Our SALE of Women's Shoes Belter Shoes Were IHJI.t to 311.»;» Ao\V Casuals. Utile and High Heels 129* 22 " I I 8 I werelo I5JI5 A OW 6ft0 * 9 ”° Two more performances of the rodeo are scheduled. They will be at 8 o'clock tonight and tomorrow night. NAMED As'lNSPECTOR Eugene Gaither Given Post as Temporary7 Assistant The Kansas City, Kansas, city commissioners yesterday appointed Eugene Gaither, 42, of North Forty-fifth street, as trees, cause undetermined, no j assistant building inspector on loss. temporary status, pending civil nrrniT_ ^ service examinations. PHONE C ALL CHANGE \ lifetime resident of Kansas Subscribers VVilf Dial “1” to City, Kansas, Gaither has been Avoid Toll Charges a carpenter for the last 20 years. He is married and has two children. The commissioners 2M 3!,# * 7®* ,,d »»• Not Entire Stock—All Sales Final—No Phone, Mail or C. O. D.’s Shoe Salon—Downtown, Plaza, and Ward Parkway ffioolf jjrofkgrf § i* The Southwestern Bell Telephone company will make a mi- The commissioners also _ or c anje, beginning Sunday, ^0rized Mayor Paul F. Mitchum d! i£i!r ^sta2ce a wterzone to sjgn a contract with the Sea- au- Call V!. 2-4980 or PL 3-6555 for Insured Fur Storage Pick-up fit f Jefl FUR COMPANY 1107 Walnut Jefferson at 48 (Plaza) ROELAND PARK ANTIOCH CENTER dialing procedure in the areas served by SUnset, CYpress and ATlantic exchanges in Wyandotte County. Kenneth E. Walker, district manager, said the change would grave corporation for two pump­ er trucks for the fire department. TO LEGION UNIT HELM STOREWIDE JULY CLEARANCE now in progress Scott Stanley, jr. 21-gun salute, heard a speech de- reduce the possibility of custom- Nancy Ward to Head Quindaro ers dialing toll calls by mistake. Junior Girls The new procedure will re- Miss Nancy "Ward, a daughter quire persons making toll calls 0f Mr. and Mrs. Rice Ward, to dial “1“ before dialing inter- 30io Cissna street, Kansas City, zone numbers or an area code. Kansas, will be installed as j ncFT dv nnvn president of the junior girls or- ISIT BY BOY D ganization of the Quindaro unit Campaigning in W y a n d o 11 e of the American Legion auxil- County Set for Monday iary at 8 o’clock tomorrow night mr*r»iii j nu n- at the Legion hall, 1723 Quin- x D 1 (Huck) Boyd, Phillips- ^ boulevard nthpr <iffirers- burg newspaper publisher, who is a Republican candidate for RAYTOWN PLAZA summer CLEARANCE on the plaza SMART HOME FURNISHINGS 4500 MAIN livered in French and thanked the governor of Kansas, will cam- President for his backing. He also paign Monday in Wyandotte without the direct or indirect was given 128 million dollars in County. aid of the United States State f^erai aidjo be^added t» 21 , He wiu be in Kansas department, Stanley said. The American Opinion, whose Other officers: Carole Costello, vice-president; Terry Reidy, secretary; Mary O’Dell, treasurer; Sue Thomas, chaplain; Janice CostelLo, Listori- ! an, and Denise Ward, sergeant at Your Satisfaction We Valut Most ¡Crown REX ALL DRUG STORES editor is Robert Welch, founder of the John Birch society, provided the people of this country, Stanley said, with irrevocable proof of Castro's Communist City, ' ---------------♦--------------been sent. Kansas, early and go from there j COFFEE FOR MONTGOMERY “Then he went to Cuba, kissed to Bonner Springs for a 10 John Montgomery, Junction Dresses to Va off re9. 7 . 991 0 34.99 Now $5.33 to $23.33 Coats an«] Suits V 2 off Sportswear Vn off Swimsuits Selection from our Own Stock f /3 f reg. :2.98 to 29 98 Castro on his hairy cheeks and o'clock meeting at the Krispy j City publisher and a candidate said he was going to have in Al- cafe. He will be a Kansas City, for the Democratic nomination and a the s°t a te U dep ar tmem""con - Kansas> Optimist club guest at as U. S. representative from the tinues to offer aid. ' a luncheon at the Town House second district, will meet sup“Let us pray to God it is hotel and in the afternoon will porters at a coffee at 10 o’clock j——— ---- affiliation and even documented err°r ” Stanley said. “For if it is visit in the Grandview and Ar- tomorrow in the Krispy cafe, its proof with evidence that the ."u°ch a cont?nu?ng alt, on "by ‘the gentine areas of the city_________Bonner Springs. bearded revolutionist was a State department can be error working Communist as far back as 1948. Save Now on Fieldcrest Linens for Bed and Bath in our Luxury Linen Sale 1114 Grmni. BA, 1-6955 entire stock not included all sales final “My God, if it was error, you would thfnk there would be an error on our side once in a while.” Stanley, a member of the John Birch soeietv. said his Park FREE Downtown Park & Shop Garages with Min. Purchase Raises Treason Question “I ask you,” Stanley said, “is it error or is it treason for the , ... . . State department to provide aid maSaz'nf ,s m no wa> a"1,a‘ed even though thev know them ",th n'ga1n'za‘lnn and f'Sh,s aid is going to the Communists? agalnst m<'mtw'rshlp ,n anv or' ¿fesio« Finest in Kansas City Surely no reasonable, decent ganization. “It is just an anti-Communist man can say if it isn't error it publication/’he said. can be nothing but treason. Stanley told the group that Stanley, in h i s 90-minute the answer t0 ^e continuing en- speeeh on foreign aid. said croachments on the liberties of Communists of six areas have been given billions of dollars. He listed, in order, Cuba. Venezuela, Algeria, Bolivia, Indonesia, and Africa. ‘Romulo Betancourt said. T am the country's people is a concerted effort. Extremism for All “All Americans must pick up the same sort of line,” he said, and always have been a Commu- ^ ^ comes to liberty we nist,’ ” Stanley told his audience, must all be extremists.” \et we send his country 500 mil- The honest, prudent American ; ea sSriJ nJES i mus,1 b« concerned, he must get involved. Stanley said. Stanley indicated that his Pastel PINK Pastel BLUE lion dollars m report that he is a Social Demo-1 crat. ‘In April of this year we wel corned Betancourt to this country | views might be aired during Sen. and Gov Nelson Rockefeller said Barrv Goldwater’s presidential he and the president of Yenezuela I - , , r ., had been friends for nearlv three camPai»n and he said there decades. Three decades ago' Betan were Goldwater backers with court was founding a Communist j the courage and conviction to bring to light the fallacies pre- ] vailing in the State department j and other areas of government. The program, the first of its Stanley also cited the State kind to be sponsored by a group New Men's Clothing Floor Phone Sunday Want Ads in before 12 noon Saturday. BA. 1-5500.— Adv. May I extend to you, your family and friends a cordial invitation to attend the “Formal Open House” of the new HARRY BUTLER & SON. FUNERAL HOME, 6300 Parallel, on Sunday, July 19, 1964 between the hours of 2:00 to 4:30 p. m. and 7:00 to 9:00 p. m. If you cannot attend during the hours of our “Formal Open House” please feel free to inspect our beautiful new facilities at anytime at your convenience. Tom Butler, Manager Associated with Harry Butler Funeral Home , Inc. 2100 E. Russell Rd., Kansas City North , Mo. mu TODAY AND TOMORROW Fringe” Reg. 10.95 Now 83 Only Blue & Pink Only party cell. It almost makes you wonder where the two met, doesn’t it?” Algerian Aid Cited department's assistance to Ahmed Ben Bella. Algerian premier. Ben Bella has been a Communist worker since his teen-age years, Stanley said. “Ben Bella was taken to a place of honor atop the tomb of Lenin for May day ceremonies.” Stanley said. “He watched the Communist troops pass. “On October 15 of 1962 he was brought to this country, givena calling itself the American Opinion Forum, was delayed about one hour while the audience watched Senator Goidwa- ter’s acceptance speech on television. The newly organized forum's chairman. Dick Lyons, said the organization will try to bring anti-Communist speakers to the area. 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