Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 13, 1963 · Page 2
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Garden City, Kansas
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Page 1 rilv "IVI Tuesday, August 13, 1963 markets today... Etjgs LOCAL PfODUfE Extra Large A's A's Large Eggs A's Medium Eggs A's Small 669* C's m Grade Cream Heavy Hens Light Hem .33 .31 .23 .20 .18 ,50 13 LOCAL Wheat 'Mflo Jty» Barley Wheat Mild Barley Corn WAGON P-fft^eS $1.81 unchg SI.75 Ui,cTiq .85 unchg .83 bu. unchq CO-OP $1.80 up 1 SI.75 uuclty. $1.90 cwt upi20 it 10 unrht; GARDEN CITY LIVESTOCK .•Tot it I receipts: TO.'t fat mttlr; 9fti' Mocker cattle; .')!« lings. .Our market on slockcr .steer a!(d heifer rahes was steady witli lighter weights to $:!2.00. S1.00I- calves :m Ibs to <IOO Ihs from $27.;>() to s:!0.7. r ). heavy weights SliV.V) lo $27.SO. Ilolslein.s and hull calves Ml .00 lo $25.(X). Heifer calves $ri.W lo S2S.OO on weichl.s :;00 Ibs. to HK) Ihs. Shapely and medium kind s;>:i 01) lo $2T>.0;>. Three loads of heifer-calves sell Hospitals ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine Mrs. Albeit Mesa, 211 Conkline. DarrHI I.inilenmulli. S colt Mrs Daniel liiffrnbiii i>, Scot.1 I'ily. Mr*. Alvina Hreilkrcul/.. Leoti. Lylo Ross, Saliinta. Mrs Leroy Nichols, Holcomb. Mrs. Delmcr Spoor, Dighlnn. Mrs. DarrHI Michel, 807 N. 1st. At Leopold Henry L, Williams. Scotl City. DISMISSALS At St. Catherine llawlall Jones, Salanta. Mrs. Ton.-i Mesa, Vi'i\ Jones Auv Mrs. Man. Shaplaml, f,22 N. Ilih. BIRTHS At St. Catherine A <lii;u;ht<T to Mr. and Mrs. DHmer Speor, Dighton. 13 :il 2:.'). r ) a.m., 7 pounds, 12 omiri'S. A son )o Mr. and Mrs. Dnrrcll Michel 807 N. 1st, August 13 al 3:.10 a.m., fi [xnmds. 10 ounces. Legals hei from SlOii.OO to inn by UK $110.00. Light weight sold JiOr lower, on weights ."><m Heavier weights Heifer yearlings cr, but good demand, $22.50 lo S23.. r iO on weights (JOO lb s lo 700 Ihs, r Odds and in between kind $22:60 to $23.00. " and calves yearling steers S'M.M) lo S2(i.OO Ibs lo 000 Ibs. $23.50 to $'21.50. lie to liOc low- were scarce lo $2(10.00 per pair. "lUilchcr cows were s I e a (I y. Clrmier and cullers sold from $T6.50 lo $12.50. Utility and com- mereials $13.00 lo $15.50 w i I h y»«tnger type cows and heifer- ett'c.s going back to the country up to Slii.OO. ':B«by calves $15.00 lo $'15.00 pel- head depending on quality. -J}ull marki-l .steady Slli.50 to $^8.00 |>er cwl. •vllog market 50c lower. Top $17. (i5. Mosl good butcher hogs selling (rom $17.00 to $17.(i5. LyjhUs from $l(>.50 to $17.00. Sows from $12.00 to $15.50. Hoars and stags from $8.70 to $12.00. Pigs ffriri) $5.00 to $15.00 per head defending on si/e and quality. 'Estimating from 800 to 1200 for next Friday's sale. JCANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK "KANSAS CITY (AP) — Catllc 4,000; calves 150; steers and heif- ci(ti, steady; cows strong to 25 lyglier; prime slaughter steers 2S.50; vhoice 24 -25-25 .00; good to <$J)|)ice 23. 50-24. 25; prime heifers 25.00; choice 23.7'-24.50; good to choice 21.50 - 23.75; cows 14.25- 1S.OO; now- and choice vealers 20.'()0-25.(K) Hogs 3,5(X); bnrrows and Rills under 2H) lb 50 lower; under 210 25-50 low*>r; 1-3 210-200 lb barrows and ^ilt s 17.75-18.00; 275-3(10 II) sows 15. 50-1 fi. 50. Sheep 500; stj-ong; choice and prime lambs 20.75-21.00; good and choice 19.50-20.50; ewes 3.50-li.OO Marriage License* — Barry Hymn Mendor, 21, Anthony, and Marilyn Kay Philips, 20, Garden City. I.arry Hayvoti Sliellon, 21. and Carla .leanne Ashburn, 18, twill (iarden City. William Kdwin Thornbrugh, 28, and Lucy Ann Moser, 21, both of (tiirden Oily. Warranty Deeds — Paul B. Adrian, eC ux, lo Lowell 0. Wineland, el. ux. lots 1 and 2 in block I of Kasl Village First Addition. Kinrna 1.. (irier to Arthur Wright, et. ux, lot 7, block 4 of Jones Addition. Leslie Reinerl, et ux, to A. T. Walker, et ux, lot 3, block 33 of Holmes Third Addition. Iva M. Meairs, el. vir, to Edward Thie.ssen, et ux, the NVV'/i of 25-22-31. Howard fi. Smith, et ux, to Charles I. Hager, et» ux, the N'/2 of the SW'/i of the NW/4 of 8-2432. H. Henry Roenfeldt, Et Ux, to Charles I. Hager, et ux, the west 7 acres of the east 15 acres of the south 20 acres of the north 120 acres of.tJie NWW of 8-24-32. W. V, Kcnick, et ux, to Charles L. Shelton. et ux, the SVi of lot 17. all of lot 1C), block 19 in Stevens Addition. Corporation Deed — Nolan- Schreiber Heal Estate Co. Inc., to It. W. Lange, lot G, block 20 of Stevens Addition. Courts M. Re.xroad, $10 and $5 Liberal, COUNTY Fined — Charles Ulysses, speeding, costs. Robert D. Me A forty, speeding, $10 and $5 costs. Not Guilty — Henry C. Smith, The Dalles, Ore., speeding. Drivers License Suspensions— Charles Richard Pickens, 514 N. 13lh. from .Inly 4 for one year for driving on a suspended drivers license. .John E. Whlteley, 312 N. llth, from Aug. 2 for 150 days for habitual violator. DISTRICT Civil — Hazel P. Shillings vs Jerry E. Stalling*. Child support. Railroad Building, Loan 'and Third Monk Burns • *,' 11 ^, in South Viet Nam .SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) — A JJUddliisI novice monk slipped out of 'his pagoda during the night and buiamd himself to death in protest against the South Vietnamese gwvwnmeni of President Ngo Dihn' Diem ft "was the ttiird Buddhist suicide by fire and followed a sui- oiflf 1 attempt .Monday night by a glrJ in Saigon who tried to cut off her arm with a hatchet 'Stunm-d Buddhist leaders s'tid th'e-'y had not nuthoriml the novice, Thich Thanh Tuc, 17. to take liM-life. The leaders appeared to Two Local Men Enlist in Army ''Tuo (iarden City men have enlisted in the I'niied Slates Army thAnr.i:h the Dud.ue (,'ily ivcruit- illH office. '1 hey are Kills A pemn , MIII of,Mr and M.'s. Gordon K. Penny! !Mlti \ 1st; and Joseph A. A^encio. MIII D| Mi and Mrs Jose A \M'ciH'io, In.'all.s IVinii IKIS chosen a technical medical sciioul as his enlistment option. After ei;:!i(-week.-, of Insic training at Fort Leonard Wood. .Mo. he \\ill jjo to school at the Army medical school at Kurt San; HcrtiMiin, Tex. Penny is a ll'OJ* .-'.radii;.le of (ianlcn Cit> llifl» Scbcnil and attended Kansas Slate Teacher- College. Km poiiu two year." lit' was emplo>- ejdilil a (iai'dni Cit\ dr\ cleaning t'stiib'ijlimejit prior to enlistment, moot. 'Aat'encio has t ho-en the air- biwij (li\i k i:m a- liis option lie \vas i;i-;niuateil troin the Cope land ili'.'b S 'hool in li'ii'j and altomii'd (iiiMlen lit, Juui'ir < nl IvKf "lie \ L'ai" Fi-iur In enlistiii-.: in the Arnn .•tarjcncl:.' v, a, eiii|.'lii;, ed b\ () K Le'Ais anil I H Martiih'7. Paint ii«S i' lp "i (Garden I'ity. Ascenoo aa^ Penny wuut in the Army the buiidy basic plan. in 6af*ift Savings Assn., Inc.. vs William M. Johnson, ct al. Foreclosure of Divorce Filed — Clary fv.igene j Spikes \s Honda Kay Spikp.s, et al. POLICE Bonds Posted — Lne Allen Taylor. 1100 1C. Chc-slnut, improper riclil-liBiKl turn, $5. Mrs. Lewis Rcvl, WXi R. Santa Fe. running red light, $10. Georgia Sue Lattimore 512 N. 51 h, drunk, $75. Rrshcll Lester Hodge, Copeland Rooms, drunk, $75. Willnrd T. Leopold, 802 N. 4th permitting a minor to drive, $5. Arrettod — Orson Tcnny Stobaugh, Pawhuska, Okla., drunk. Walter Bradford Hallcy, Springfield, Mo., drunk. Bonds Forfeited — Thomas Walcon M 111 k e y, Archie I-ee Sickclbowcr, Joe David Arnold, Ronald L. Loighly, James Ray Gatlin, Mrs. Lewis Reel, 'Raymond Ralph Hubbard, Clifford Ray Mulligan, John James Rn- dell Jr., Robert Dean Womack, Gilbert Leone Elliott, John Morris Smith, Lee Allen Taylor, Georgia Sue Latlimore, Ershell Lester Hodge and Russell Henry i Mulligan. Fined — Ulysses C. Herbert,! 207 N. 2nd, assault and battery, j $10. I Ronnie Vigil, Copeland Rooms,' drunk, $35, committed. J. D. j Mosby, 201 S. 8th, drunk, $30, committed. John Simpson, Burnside Drive, drunk, $35, committed. Not Guilty — Mrs. Ulysses C. Herbert, 207 N. 2nd, charged with assault and battery. Traffic CHy Accidents — Monday at Photo by Curtis Studio FORMER vocational aq teachers at Garden City High School got together for this picture last we-sk. From left they are Ralph Kersey, J. D. Adams, A. E. Cook, and Kenneth Henderson. Suit Delays Deportation Of Jimenez MIAMI, Flu. (AP) — A paternity suit appeared today to be the only barrier holding up return of Marcos Peres! Jimenez, former Venezuelan dictator, to his homeland to face trial for embezzlement. The U.S. State Department announced Monday that Perez Jimenez, accused of embezzling more than ?!,">, i million in pubic funds, would be extradited. A chartered plane was sent from Caracas to take him home. It was the first time the United States approved extradition of a former chief of government and it climaxed a legal fight lasting more than four years. Reunion Tagged A Grand Success J. D. Adams said today that the reunion Sunday of his former vocational arioulture students and their families was a grand success and a happy get together. Near 200 members of their families and guests spent the day getting a acquainted and review- pold, 802 N. 411,, <cxtcn.lve) .nd!8»» » "«?, tree. Monday at 9:12 p.m., 100 block W. Pine. Cars driven by Carrol Leroy Jones, 1!)08 "C" and David C. C. Eustace, state vocational agriculture director, Topcka, was present and presented Kenneth Henderson a national safety were in attendance from Kansas were from Belpre, Sedgwick, Wichita, Dighton, Scott City, Deerfield, Sublette, Dodge City and Logan, besides the Garden City area. Many cards and letters were received sending regrets that they could not be present. Adams states that there are more than 70 of his students with addresses of Garden City or surrounding counties. Also, that many are still in the farming business. Data received from / see... by Trie Telegram Women of St. Thomas Episcopal Church will conduct a rummage sale Saturday at the Dickerson Jewelry building starting at 8 a.m. Proceeds will go to Girl Scout Troop 17 for a spe cial traveling fund. To donate articles call Mrs. Charles Philbrick, BR 6-7298, Mrs. Nonman Thompson, BR 6-4916, or Mrs. Paul] Need, BR 6-6865. S-Sgt. Douglas E. Tedrow, Gar- Perez Jimenez, however, remained in federal custody in the Dade County jail where he has been since Dec. 12, 1962, while his attorneys explored every legal avenue of escape. They ware granted a hearing for this afternoon before Judge Warren L. Jones of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Jacksonville. David W. Walters, attorney for Perez Jimenez, said h.s would ask for a stay of the extradition order until a pending appeal is decided in federal courts. Last Thursday, Judge Robert Anderson or Dade County Circuit Court in Miami signed, an order forbidding Perez Jimenez to leave the court's jurisdiction. Anderson also signed an order for Perez Jimenez to put up $300,000 bond pending outcome of a suit by Ilona Marita Lorenz, 26, of Miami. She s«ek s to tie up his assets while 'he courts decide whether a $75,000 trust fund he allegedly established for her and her 5-year-old dflvghter will be recognized. Irving Jaffe, a wntcial attorney McDaniel, Holcomb. Damage ! awar(l vvhich had hccn won was moderate to both cars. by most of them still living on the jSas Air National Guard who left den City, is among th e 112 mem- f or the Department of Justice ar- bers of the 190th Tactical Reconnaissance Group of the Kan- Monday at 4:50 p.m., Main and Chris Imhof. Childross, Tex., and stop light, $100 damage was estimated to the light, and no damage to the truck. his I'"KA Chapter during the 1962-1 farm shows they ar e handling an Sunday for Myrtle Beach S C. 63 school year. Henderson retired i average of 1,500 acres and an where they will participate in mommy ai i:;>u p.m., mum anu , ,,,,,• i A- • u i t , .. , , "••"<- ••"•••.y v...i ^mu^^ui.., m Kansas Truck driven bv August from the Vocational Agriculture , average of 275 head of livestock I Operation Swift Strike III. Next " jo Department in Garden City this each year. Many others are in week they will return to the Hutch- spring after 21 years of work. A. E. Cook, Garden City, Earl Burke, Hammond, La.; and Ralph Kersey, Garden City, former teachers in the Garden City department were unable to attend. Ira Mann, the incoming instructor, was also in attendance. Some of those attending from a distance were Ralph Geist, Winton, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamborn, Adair, Iowa; Mr. and COPELAND — Mrs. Gesiena | Mrs _ Claude Bounds, Albany, Fetiers, 88, died Sunday night at I Mo . and Mr . am i Mrs. Lloyd deaths Mrs. Gesiena Feuers Home, Montezuma, stover, had been a patient j '- the Bethel where she two years. Born Feb. 28, 1875, in Feuers- ville, Mo., she married William C. Feuers there in 1896. The couple moved to Copeland in 1917 from Belle, Mo. He died in 1948. Mrs. Feuers was a member of the Christian Church and Ladies Aid Society. Denver, Colo. Others Rural Youth Need College URBANA, 111. CAP) — Rural youth in the United States are entering colleges at less than half the rate of urban young peo- I Pie. Survivors arp three daughters, | K. E. Gardner, associate dean Mrs. Stella Rodhe, Ravenna,. O f the College of Agriculture of Ohio, Mrs. Maurice Johnson, Pierceville, and Mrs. C. N. Milliard, Copeland; and two sons. Warner F., Richmond, Mo., and Ben of Copeland. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Christian Church, with Brother Walter Birney offi- ciati.i;!. Burial will by in the Cemetery. be losing control of the suicide tactic thoy begin two months ago. The charred twdy of the novice •,v:is found tliis morning outside a pagoda three miles west of the centra] Vietnamese city of Hue. He apparently soaked his clothing in kerosene and touched a match to himself alxiut 2 a.m. He died alone and his body was found four hours later. Reliable sources said the monk left behind four letters, all pro- lesliii'.! the persecution which Buddhist leaders charge to the Roman Calholic-dominuted Diem government. Thousads of Buddhists were 1 reported i>n route to the scene from Hue. It was reperled that the procession was orderly and police made no attempt to inter! fere. Hue. ancient capital of Viet Nam. was the scene of the initial outbreak in the bitter dispute U'tweeii the Buddhists and the Diem .uoveninient The yirl who tried to kill herself was Mai Tuyet An, 18, a Samon I'niversif, student. Monks and nuns |oun ( | he:- screaming incoherently in Saition's main pa- sjuda-. her arm Crushed. They bandaged her arm and reluctantly look her to a hospital after the American Kmhussv refused to su|i|>l\ a doctor. Showman Presides Over the Pumps lU'RKTON'. Kan. (AP) — Service station owner Ken Cobuni startles many motorists who stop at his station for gasoline. Cuburii packs a pistol most of ihe tin).' while at work. He explain.- lhat it's a hobby uitli him. A I •! IIP r prolesMonal marks- 1'iaii, (Alburn keeps pistol, handy at hi:, siatiun so he can practice shooting dunii;; idle ino- nu'iits "Too man) people fail in business becuase they don't mix any ip with it," he adds. Mrs. Arr Brensing Mis. Art Brensing, about 82, Parsons, died Thursday evening in i Parso<i s hospital following a long illness. ."(•r husbairl does custom com- i-,intng and Mrs. HriMisiny had .^pr-nt several .summer." visiting in Garden City Fui.eral and bun;; 1 wa s Monday at Parsons tho University of Illinois, urges rural citizens to become informed about our educational shortcoming and then pledge themselves to work for improvement. "Education still remains the best single method for a man to lift himself by his own bootstraps," Gardner says. "The home must be a library and a study hall, serving as a continuation of tho school house employment closely attached to agriculture. Adams believes that the Garden City Vocational Department holds some kind of a record in that over the 46 years of existence there has been only five teachers and four of them still live in Garden City. inson Air National Guard Base for another week of training. Pre-registration for freshmen and returning sophomores at Dodge City College will be Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. rived from Washington and told reporters he believed Anderson would waive jurisdiction and not interfere with Perez Jimenez' deportation. He told reporters, "We hope to clear this thing up by the end of tho week." Also arriving in Miami were HEALTH CAPSULES by Micimcl A. Petti, M.D. Bar Association Hits Changes To Constitution CHICAGO (AP)—Three proposals to change the U.S. Constitution and curtail the powers of the federal government have been opposed by the American Bar Association. Earlier this year, Chief Justice Earl Warren took the nation's lawyers to task for silence about the amendments, calling it "almost an abdiction of its (the bar's) responsibility to the public." IF YOU PLAY A WlNP INSTRUMENT FOR MANY- YEARS WILL THIS EVENTUALLY ' AFFECT YOUR LUNGS ? prising of the chief justices of the 5o states. A third, rejected in a 136-641 standing vote, would wipe out federal jurisdiction over the apportionment of seats in state legislatures. Should any of the proposed amendments receive support from 34 states, Congress would have to call a national convention to accept or reject it. The third amendment, which brought some debate in the ABA JUP HJSC NO. A RECENT STUPY SHOVVEP THAT'THIS COMMONLY HELP BELIEF IS NOT TRUE. on record as opposing two of the amendments. The House of Dele- or the local Carnegie library for gatcS) tne ABA's policy-making evenings, weekends and vaca-1 group ])as 258 members, lions," in his view. Garner also points out that poor gram m a r may not seriously 19C2 Baker vs. Carr decision of tho S'lnreme Court. In Bak^r vs. Carr, the court held that citizens could seek relief in federal courts when un- One amendment would make it equal representation of state leg- possible for states to propose and ratify constitutional amendments damage the economic success of'on their own, without approval of lan established farmer or busi- j Congress or a national convcn- | nessman, but it can permanently lion, handicap a young son or daughter whose ears are constantly The second, also turned down without any opposition, would islatures violated constitutional rights. Outcries of protest came from rural-dominated legislatures that have refused to reapportion to meet population changes. The three amendments, at least one of which has been approved Mrs. Harvey Bailey Funeral for Mrs. Betty V. ' | Bailey, 80, who died Saturday at . her home at 180-4 "A" will be at ! -1 p.m. today in the Garnnnd Funeral Homo Chapel. Pastor J. V. Schnell of the Seventh Day ( Adventist Church will officiate. j Burial is to be in Valley View Cemeterv. pombarded by incorrect pronun-! make possible overruling of deci-5 in 16 state legislatures, were pro- cintiims, colloquilLsms and in adequate vocabulary usage. sums of the U.S. Supreme Court posed bv the Chicago-based Coun- bv a "court of the union" com-1 cil en State Governments. Finally Hits Gold Strike SALISBURY, Southern Rhodesia (AIM — Jim Nolan a South Afriean who gave up a law practice :)0 years ayo for the lure of gold prospecting, has finally hit i pay dirt. He and his partner, 1 Piet \;>n l.illienfeld, are turning' out $111,IKK) dollars worth of gold ore every month from the old > | Welcome Mire they recently re- [ i opened in the Rhodesian bush. I Nolan says, "It's my bonan- ! zu." 1 lie and l.illienfeld took over the Welcome Mine which was abandoned 10 years ago after the previous owner hit a fault in tne gold-bearing quartz 310 feet down. : The two partners suspected the gold reef, continued 50 feet in from the fault. They prospected and struck it. They pegged out claims for nine miles in the area, started digging and pumping out \\ater. Now the iniiu', employing 157 persons, is being developed steadily and another shaft is be- I nig sunk. , i "This is a heck lot more ex | 1 citing than law," says Nolan. i elected by more families Confidence born of experionc* Experience born of tradition Tradition rich in servic« . . . all unhurried, and with deepest understanding. Froak Whit* 620 N. Main Ambulance Service onie Ph. BR 6-4364 OUR NEXT BIG COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. BIG MOVIE TREAT WILL BE WEDNESDAY 2:00 P.M. SEE THIS BIG HIT! Fighter Attack with Sterling Hayden For Your Admission Ticket Just Bring Two Empty Pop-Bottles of the Following Kinds- Coke, Bubble-Up Nil-Grape and Suncrest flavors NOW SHOWING THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED HIT JUST AS IT WAS SHOWN IN THE MAJOR CAPITALS OFTHEWORLDI DARRYL F. ZANUCK'S THE , WITH 41 IHTIRNATIONAL „. STARSI Bind aa ifit Book by CORNELIUS HYAN it*/ by tOlfi Ctntury-f** CURTAIN TIME Show Starts 7:42 Feature 8:00 Admission Child 50c—Adults $1.00 STARTS THURSDAY A riot of fun and laughter . .. t&ERT R BROCCOLI Bob HOP6 Anita EKbeiS COlOfl Counsellor Haul Nass, who came from the Venezuelan Embassy with a warrant for Perez Jimenez. With him \va s Howard West wood, one of the attorneys representing (he Venezuelan government. ' A military uprising threw Perez JimcrMz out of office in January 1958. He came to Miami from the Dominican Republic in March of that year, taking vip residence with his wife and four daughters in a $400,000 mansion at Miami Beach: His personal fortune was estimated at $700 million in a federal court suit early this year. "During my administration my country became prosperous," Perez Jimenez said. "It is not strange that I prospered along with other people. This prosperity was not from embezzlements but from th e participation in legitimate businesses." ENDS TONIGHT Giant academy award program ... miracle worker A FLASH OF INTENSELY PERSONAL DRAMA! STARRING ANNE BANCROFT AND INTRODUCING PATTY DUKE CO-HIT— mm,.,. BUM LANCflSUR BIRD MAN OF ALCATRAZ Illiiili tin IHITED AIIISU STARTS WEDNESDAY SEVEN ARTS PRESENTS AN ASSOCIATES AND AIDR1CH PRODUCTION , STARK I WARNER BROS. I CO-HIT— Ntunun WARNER BROS. By Popular Request . . . REPEATING OUR MONEY SALE At Intermission Time . . . 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