Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 19, 1977 · Page 5
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Garden C.ily Tclcfjrain Salurclav. INovembiT I'J. 1977 I'upv Klan Resurges... 'A New Breed' Attracts Attention WASHINGTON (AP) - The Ku Klux Klan is growing after a decade of decline as it switches from heated, anti- black rhetoric to slick public relations, says the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. "For the first time since the late 1960s, there has been an increase in Klan membership and visibility," said Irwin J. Suall, director of Jewish organization's domestic fact- finding unit. The membership of three major KKK factions has risen about 20 percent in two years and now totals about 8,000, compared to 6,500 klansmen in 1975, Suall said in an interview. The ADL offices around the country monitor the activities of the Klan and other groups considered anti-Jewish and estimate the number of members and supporters, Suall said. Suall attributed the membership increase to several factors, including the rise of David Duke as a leader of one Klan faction. "Duke is extraordinarily clever in manipulating the today In Garden City media," Suall said. "He tones down his views for public consumption, and he is beinggiven platforms all over the United States. "The impression has been spread around that there's been a national resurgence in the Klan and that it is now respectable to be a member of the Klan." Duke, a 27-year-old college graduate and imperial wizard of the Louisiana-based Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, has attracted national media attention as "a new breed" of klansman. However, Suall said Duke's organization, like other KKK groups, continues to be militantly anti-black and anti- Jewish. Suall said another factor contributing to the growth is Klan's exploitation of America's current race-related issues, such as busing, crime, unemployment and affirmative action. However, Suall said the Klan's current strength is slight compared to the height Shelton's organization must of the civil rights movement in now compete with Duke's the mid-1960s, when the ADL group and the Indiana-based estimated about 40,000 active Confederation of Independenl klansmen. Orders of the Invisible The ADL official said the Empire, Knights of the Ku KKK fell into decline largely Klux Klan. because it failed to in its attempt to defend segregation in the South. Internal bickering also took its loll, Suall said, as splinter groups broke away from the Alabama-based United Klans of America, headed by Robert Shelton. The ADL estimates that the United Klans of America remains the largest group with 3,-000 to 4,000 members. The confederation has 2,000 to 3,000 members and Duke's faction has about 1,000 members, Suall said. Suall added that Klan sympathizers now total about 40,000 and that the movement has made progress in branching out from its southern base, showing growth on the Eastern Seaboard and in border states. States where the Klan has increased membership include New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Kentucky, Florida, South Carolina, Virginia, Indiana, Texas and California, Suall said. Hospital ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Kit J. Hernandez, Dighton Karen Lee Hands, S. Star Rt. Lucie Rae Long, 1722 Pat's Dr. Janice M. Magana, 1505 E. Laurel Dona Jean Proehl, Pierceville Joyce J. Ralstin, Syracuse Hortenica Villarreal, 2517 "A" Neva L. Wilson, Bristol, Colo. DISMISSALS Mrs. Junior Boyd, Imperial Rt. Mrs. David W. Bussen and baby boy, Sharon Springs Amos Colt, 2513 N. 7th Gene M. Davison, La kin Robert M. Kyle, 702 N. 6th Thu Nguyen, 305 N. 1st Mrs. Lorenzo Rivas, Subletle Mariano Z. Saldana, 1402 Fulton Mrs. Dale E. Smith, Holcomb Mrs. Theodore A. Krogen and baby girl, Imperial Rt. Kevn L. Mehringer, 2007 Center David L. Ramsey, 2110 Apache Accidents City—Thursday, Nov. 18, 7:25 p.m., 600 block W. Kansas, pickup truck driven by Roger Wheatley, 111 W. Holmes, (extensive damage), and car driven by Rowena Kemper, 508 N. 6th, (moderate damage). Burglaries Early Thursday morning, Nov. 18, residence entered, 2315 N. 7th, nothing taken. Thursday, Nov. 18, tractor battery, value unlisted, from vehicle, 1614 Taylor Plaza. Legals Warranty Deeds — Jack Anstaett et al to Merle and Helen Baird, tract in Emerson and Eales addition. Merle and Helen Bird to David and Patricia Krauser to L. J. and Roma Heinemann, lot 8, block 6, Woods Estates. L. J. and Roma Heinemann to William and Betty Henry, lot 8, block 6, Woods Estates. William and Elza Moore to J. Henry Lafferty, tract in block 61, Original Plat. John and Sandra Lincicome to Rose M. Christenson, part of lot 10, block 3, Holmes 1st addition. Melvin and Imogene Wildeman to Kenneth and Carolee Jehlik, lot 31, block 1, Labrador Ridge Subdivision. Sadie Ann Stevenson to Roberta Louise De La Rosa, lot i, block 41, Holmes Third addition. Duane White to Charles and Lucile Hager, lot 5, block 6, Holmes First addition. FREE HEARING AID TEST AND DEMONSTRATION BOB MOORE, Sears Hearing Aid Consultant Will Be In Our Store Tuesday, November 22 9:30 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. Sears carries a complete line of hearing aids and Mr. Moore will help you choose the style of best hearing aid best suited for your needs. If you are unable to come in please phone 899-2383 for a test in the privacy of your home. Sears guarantees satisfaction. Sears 601 North Main Garden City Crossword By Eugene Sheffer OPEN 12:00 to 6:00 THURSDAY, NOV. 24 THANKSGIVING SAVE ON POLAROID IN ALCO'S CAMERA DEPT. ONE-STEP CAMERA ALCO REG. 34.88 SX-70 TWIN PAK FILM ALCO REG. 10.79 SUPER SHOOTER CAMERA ALCO REG. 23.88 108 TWIN PAK FILM ALCO REG. 9.99 ACROSS 1 Smacking blow 5 Palestine's beginning 8 Unrelenting 12 Girl's name 13 Start for Elaine votes Jerry and Karla Garvert, tract in Emerson and Eales 14 "r -dub-dub, addition. Three men... Kim and LaReita Larson to 15 Bard of — David and Karen Brumbaugh, 16 Highlander s tract in block 25, Holcomb. ca P Emil and Blanche Salyer to 17 Most of Glenn Henley, lots 1 and 2, safan block 4, Plaza West addition. 18 Be cautious Jeri Hamann to Steve 20 Prepare Hamann, lot 12, block 1, meat, in Crown Heights addition. ^ a L. . Lorraine Hoover Austin to 22 Blackbird Harry P. Hatfield et al, tract M Analyst s in block 14, Original Plat. concern Charles and Nancy Smith to 25 Crazy Charles and Lucile Hager, lot ^tang) 11, block 3, Stoeckly's sub- m Widespread division. 33 Spanish Jesse and Arlene Smith to 6° ld Alvin and Mary Lou Ren- 34 Metric strom, lot 10, block 1, measure Riverside subdivision. 35 Hai1 .- . Jarrell and Jean Nelson to 36 Region in Darwin and Darlene Rundle, South Dakota part of lots 12 and 13, block 1, 39 Favorable Harper replat of blocks 1 and 2, Colony addition. Marvin and Clara Dechant to Stuart and Judy Spaulding, part of lot 7, block 40, Stevens 3rd addition. One Van Kenton et al to Clifford and Vera Kenton, northwest quarter of section 23; northeast quarter of section 26 and northwest quarter of section 26; all in township 23 south, range 27. Merle and Helen Bird to Dan and Patricia Herrman, lot 13, block 2, Labrador Ridge subdivision. Gary and Sandra Wilson to Larry and Elizabeth Campbell, lot 9, block 4, Crown Heights addition. Charles and Lucile Hager to Saul and Mary Garcia, lot 5, block 6, Holmes First addition. David and Irene Unruh to Charles and Nancy Smith, tract in section 7, township 24 south, range 32. Candice Loper to Vern and Phyllis Holmes, lot 4, block 18, Jones addition. Board of County Commissioners to Milferd and Bessie Krebs, lots 18 and 19, block 7, Jones addition. Raymond and Bernice Chappel to Chappel Homes Inc., lot 4 and part of lots 3 and 5, block 7; lot 13, block 8; and lot 13, block 7; all in Indian Hills subdivision. 40 Half an em 41 Part of a constellation 43 Paste for thickening sauce 47 Defames 51 Copies 52 Hawaiian ' wreath 54 Elliptical 55 Author of "Street Scene" 56 Sea eagle 57 Surf sound 58 Inquires 59 Sink 60 Family stock DOWN 1 Sign of healing 2 Kind of nest 3 In a line 4 Kind of hat 5 Boy in Never- 11 Astor or Pickford 19 Concerning 21 Assist 23 Covers with fat 25 Sailor (slang) 26 In parade 27 Jove, for one Never-Land 29 Young bird 6 — mode 7 Source of light 8Rio- 9 Circular collar 10 Steel rod Avg. solution time: 22 min. 11-19 30 Merry month 31 "— Grown Accustomed to Her Face" 32 Those, in France 37 Rents 38 Conjunction 39 Bowers 42 Sloth 43 State of Brazil 44 Sacred bull 45 Narrow projection 46 Pub drinks 48 Cry of bacchanals 49 Tardy 50 Winter vehicle ^, ^C^* a^P" I" !6V; ! > -< '£>»* Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 53 Period 25 35 43 58 26 44 22 40 28 34 46 52 56 59 23 41 20 29 21 Z4 n 54 57 60 35 49 C-- ' CLEARANCE TOYS SAVE NOW FOR CHRISTMAS WAS 11.86 MICKEY MOUSE CLUBHOUSE WHOSIT? GAME MAKE THE HEADLINES CRAFT HUB BUB PEOPLE HONEY HILL BUNCH RIG WANNABEE SETS WAKE UP THUMBELINA CHER DOLL AND MANY OTHERS 4.18 5.97 5.44 7.88 10.86 CRYPTOQUIP 11-19 PJGM CSIKKMVC ZRGG NM SRWF- MVMF NP JWUIWUMVWMF UVIZFC Yesterday's Cryptoqulp- CONVIVIAL BON VIVANT BOOSTS LOCAL CONVOCATION. Copyright Today's Cryptoquip clue: C equals S The Cryptoquip is a simple substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal 0 throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words, and words using an apostrophe can give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is accomplished by trial and error. KEEBLER COOKIES PKGS. FOR ALCO REGS. 67< to 97' KEEBLER HONEY GRAHAMS ALCO REG. 87' 1 pound box EASY REST CHAIR »$5«o REG. 7.99 %J Et. Comfortable & lightweight YOU CAN SAVE ON A CAREFREE AIR FERN ALCO REG. 1.37 Needs no soil or water.

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