Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on December 1, 1977 · Page 2
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Page 2 Garden City Telegram Thursday, December 1, 1977 today... In Garden City Hospital ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Charles J. Bello, 1208 Parkwood Kimberly M. Coker, Sharon Springs Loretta M. Delarosa, 208 N. llth Jo Ann P. Goss, Rt. 2 Tandy G. Hart, 308 W. Chestnut Bel tie L. Hilderbrandt, Garden City Doyle A. Kells, 913 N. 9th Joni R. Loper, 1615 Mike's Dr. Earl Stanley Tackett, Deerfleld Brad Allan Thompson, 1605 Glenellen Si Cha Woody, Ulysses DISMISSALS James W. Connolly, Sharon Springs Bob D. Crotls, 1403 E. Johnson Ron F. Goodnight, Lakin Mrs. R. G. Greathouse, 901 Lyle s, Mrs. Richard E. Heismeyer, 224 Kansas Jay W. Hundley, 508 Sloeckly Mrs. Tony Mondragon, 609 llth Malcolm S. Sterling, Juco Dorm Clarence F. Thomas Jr., 403 Davis Accidents CITY — Tuesday, Nov. 29, 4:20 p.m., 600 block E. Fulton, pickup trucks owned by Linda Leonard, Rt. 1, and Timothy Howard, Garden City, (major damage to both vehicles). Tuesday, Nov. 29, 12:16 p.m., 100 block E. Fulton, car driven by John McCorkle, Lakin, and pickup truck driven by Floyd Turner, 1008 N. 8th, (minor damage to both vehicles). Burglaries Between Nov. 23 and 28, attempted burglary at 907 E. Johnson, $15 damage, entry not gained. Between 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28, and 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, 100 pound anvil, valued at $300, from Garden City High School. Recovered. Tuesday, Nov. 29, break in at residence, 2106 Arapahoe, undetermined what, if anything was taken. Tuesday, Nov. 29, pliers, flash light and antifreeze tester, valued at $5, from vehicle in 500 block N. 6th. Theft Friday, Nov. 25, bicycle, valued at $80, from bowling alley, 1319 Taylor. Within last three weeks, reported Friday, Nov. 25, bicycle, valued at $90, from 519 Mary. Wednesday, Nov. 23, diamond ring, valued at $450, from Dillons, 711 N. Main. Between Nov. 23 and 28, anvil, valued at $400, from Garden City High School, recovered. Wednesday, Nov. 23, car, value unlisted, from 1806 Harding. Located Saturday morning on W. Maple. Tuesday, Nov. 29, woman arrested for shoplifting items, valued at $13.21, from Alco and Dillons Eastgate. Tuesday, Nov. 29, calculator, valued at $150, from math-science building at Garden City Community College. Vandalism Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 29, vehicle scratched parked at 1412 N. Main, $200 damage. Monday, Nov. 28, holes shot in bed of truck parked at 1207 Taylor, $50 damage. Fires Tuesday, Nov. 29, 3:30 p.m., car, owned by Harvey Richards, S. Star Rt., on fire at Kansas and Belmont. Firemen listed cause at backfire and estimated damage at $300. Lance Says Treated Fairly' MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Bert Lance, former director of the Office of Management and Budget, says he was treated fairly by the media. Lance said he just came along at a time when there wasn't any news. "I fell upon a long dry summer, when there wasn't much news around, and I was the best thing going," he said. Lance resigned his federal job Sept. 21 amid criticism of his personal finances. No Minorities' Included in Scout Request? Official Says 'Lilly-White' Call Repugnant KANSAS CITY, Mo. CAP) A Boy Scout official says he rejected a request for Scouts to participate at a community Christmas program because he was told to exclude blacks, Mexicans and Vietnamese Scouts. "I was told that the council wanted no black, Mexican or Vietnamese Scouts to take part in the holiday program," said Frank Palermo, chairman of the Boy Scouts Lone Star District. "The fact that I was asked to assemble a lily- white group of Scouts for that council was repugnant to me." A spokesman for the group, the Northeast Area Community Council, said there was no race restrictions in the request, but simply a request that the Scouts come only from the city's northeast area. The council spokesman said a request was made for several area Boy Scouts for a color guard in the council's annual Christmas program Dec. 19. Palermo said the council's denial of the racial restrictions was "hogwash."' "I gain nothing from making false charges. I was asked to keep the group white. I wouldn't, so they don't get the Scouts," he said. • Palermo said he was approached a few weeks ago by John Saluzzi, a professor at the University of Missouri- Kansas City and president of the Northeast Council, to organize a Scout group for the program. He said early this week he got a call from Mrs. Lily Moss, a member of the Northeast Council board. "She said the council wanted to make certain there were no black, Mexican or Vietnamese Scouts chosen for the Christmas program," Palermo said. "She said the council wanted only white Scouts." Mrs. Moss said Palermo's contention was nonsense. She said the call was simply to make sure he understood the council wanted Scouts from the northeast district because they didn't want anyone from that area to feel left out. "Our only comment was that only the boys from our community be involved," Saluzzi said. "This racism charge is utterly ridiculous." An official of the Northeast Manpower Training Center said he was contacted by a council officer about using Vietnamese enrolled in an English course to make decorations for the party. "The council made it clear they didn't want the Vietnamese to actually be in the program, they just wanted them to work on the decorations as a freebie," a manpower official said. Jasper Benvenuto, training center director, refused the request. He said he was unhappy with the impression left by the council officer that under no circumstances would they want the Vietnamese to participate in the ceremony. Samsonite cncra Ladies' Dress-Pak 26 Traveller 24 Traveller Carry-On SAMSONITE" NEW SONORA LUGGAGE "Leather-like" vinyl exterior is practically carefree and •gives" to help fit in those extra packables. Tough Memory' frame can be twisted, pulled or bent, yet bounces back for more. 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