Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on September 3, 1963 · Page 2
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Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, September 3, 1963
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markets a " LOCAL PTODUCE \St Extra Large A's .33 Eggi A's Large .31 SffOs A's Medium -28 6flgs A's Small .20 Egos C's .18 1st;.Grade Crear>i .SO '.'Heavy Hens 13 tight Hans .05 ...LOCAL WAGON PRICES W'",«»t $1.83 unchg .Mile SI.75 u,vc7ig Ryt .83 unchg Mrley .85 bu. unchg . CO-OP PP'fiS Wheat SI.81 unchg Mllo $1.75 "i.cna- Rye .85 unchg $.«rley $1.90 ewt unchg £orn $1.10 unchg. . | .GARDEN CITY LIVESTOCK ! Total receipts: 2.78-1 c-altle; 44G hogs .. Our market on stacker steers and heifer calves was steady to j strpng. Steer calves 400 to SCO! .pounds at SZ8 to S30. wiln heavier i weights to SZT.T.'i. Holstnins and i bull calves $21 to $25.50. Heifer calves $25 to $20.50 on weights; 300 to 4-0 pounds. Shapely and medium kind S23 to $2!i. : Light weight yearling steers sold steady $2-1.50 to S27 on weights 50() I 0 ROO pounds, ilcav- $!•,'wolfihts S2.'!.5o to $2.|..M). Iloif- Ver .yearlings also sold steady $23' U>"$23.7. r > on weights fi(M) to 700 .bounds with medium and plainer kipd $19 to $22., r )0 on all weights with very few heifers available.; ^Gows and calves Jlf!5 lo $2101 ^per pair. i j Butcher cows steady. Canncr \ !and cutters sold from $10.50 to I ;$12.50. Utility and commercials' • $13 to $14.75 with younger type jcows and heifcretkvs going back 1 jto the country up to $19. , Bull market was steady $10.50 Jto $18. 1 Baby calves $15 to $40 per head, j Hog market 7. r > t to $1 lower. [Top $10.40. Most good butcher thogs from $15.75 to $16.40. Lights 'from $13.50 to $15. Sows from ($11.50 to $14.90. Boars from $8 to •$8.40. Stock pigs from $7 to $15 ; pcr head, depending on size and 5 quality. 'i i KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK j KANSAS CITY (AP) - Cattle "• 14,000; calves 400; steady to 25 slower; steers good and choice »22.75-24.75; heifers good to prime ;2r.W)-24.50; utility and commcr. fciat cows 14.00—10.50; good and ichoKe vcajqrs 22.00 — 21.50; ' good 22.00-23.25. | Hogs 5,500; barrows and gills 25 '.lower; sows steady to 25 lower; • 1-3 barrows nnd 'gilts 210-200 Ib ,16.25-75; 275 - 350 Ib sows 15.00 ' 16.00. i Vigorous Rally For Stock Mart ! NEW YORK (AP)-The stock •market launched its post-Labor 3Day career with a vigorous rally j early this afternoon. r Volume in the morning was : morc than 2'.i million shares as *>the ticket tape lugged. i The Dow Jones industrial aver-. age pushed clos e to its historic i high last seen Dec. 13, 11W1. : Buying spread throughout blue • chips and jiior c volatile issues. ; Trading fancy was attracted to a • variety of lower-priced stocks ' which were bought actively. !• Wall Street reflected optimism i based on some glowing business •reports ; Steels, motors, utilities, airlines, i and chemical s were among the THE GARDEN CITY Roping Club took an active part in Finney County's Free Fair last weok. At left Is N. '(. Underwood, 72, oldest member of the club and Billy Joe Witman, 6, youngest member. Underwood has been in the Garden City Hoping Club some 12 years. Billy Joe joined this year. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Gene Witman, 2520 N. Main. Billy Joe has already tried his hand at roping and even bull dogging. Underwood is active in most all phases of the roping club's activities. today... Hospitals ADMISSIONS At St. Catharine (Saturday) Dak Burnett, Scott City Mrs. Thomas Motley, Gardendale Delano Koehn, Eminence lit. Mrs. Floyd Gift, 1108 E. Chestnut Mrs. Henry Hopkins, 007 N. 13th Mrs. Doris Saye, 1505 Inge Hogcr Dean Brown. Healy Mrs. Ronald Kauffman, Rt. 1 Robin Espino7.a. Holcomb Mrs. .lack Calliham, Rancho Mntcl James F. Skagg, Deerfield Charle s Dreschor. 205 S. 13th. At St. Catherine (Sunday) Ned T. Congdon. 1408 N. 3rd. Charles W. Whitchead, 503 Taylor Edwin Heinz, 905 Safford Linda A. Finuf. Gardendale Mrs. Dick Thorriburg, 406 Magnolia John E. Holmes, 1104 E. Chestnut At St. Catherine (Monday) Mrs. Alex Karle, Lamar, Colo. Terry Rixon, Ingalls Salvador Arteapa, 106 N. 13th, Sherry Small Holcomb Mrs. Merle Peitz, 2002 St. John At Leopold (Monday) Ivan Garnand, 304V4 N. 9th. DISMISSALS At St. Catherine (Saturday) Evsrelt Taylor, Shadylawn Nursing Home Mrs. Bob Witman, Rt. 1 Barbara Jean Hearld. Rt. 1 Lawrence llamman. Rt. 1 Mrs. Rav Sisco, Sublette Mrs. Gilbert Kemper, Rt 1 I see... i by The Telegram < Two dance parties are selieihil- l cd for the t'ivic Outer this week. | Tonight's event will be for Jim'• ior College students, and anoth- 1 er will be Friday nlfiht for the senior liit;li students. The Flumes ', orchestra will play, and Iteerea: tion Director Herman HeriiiHer i promises a floor show. The | den National Hank is helping i nanclallv . Marriage A Secref Mrs. Charles Eskelund, 301 N. !)th. At Leopold (Saturday) Hoy Bonlrager, Rt. 1 At S*. Catherine (Sunday) Ronald Talley, 1905 Chesterfield Mrs. Dean C a m b r o n, 1201 Ilallie Nntlie Dilson, Shallow Water Dak Hurnett, Scott Citv Mrs. Maude Morgan, G01 Garden Cilv Ave. Mrs. Bobert Quint, Holcomb Mrs. Martin Hnschka, Imperial nt. Anna Marie Drescher. 205 S. Kll'i. Mrs. Carl Bennett. 410 N. 3rd. Houer Dean Brown, llenly James Skaup. Deerfield Mrs. James Spor. L'll Conkling At Leooold (Sunday) Mrs. William CnisinR, Brownell At St. Catherine (Monday) Mrs. Ray Chappell, 1507 Hattie I.esla R, Stevens, Dod«e City Mrs. Klmer McVey, Lakin Charles Hall. Leoti James Ilambleton, 1701 N. ar- fi- I Mrs. ! Mrs. Mil in i Mrs. , Mrs. i (a Alta Hhonds, Imperial Rt. Lawrence Decker, Satan- First Negro Coed At Georgia Married NEW YORK (AlM Hunter, first Negro yirl to attend the University of (Uwtfia, has disclosed she secretly married a white student at the university and they are expectiny a child in December Her husband. Waller Stuvall, 25, of Douglas, tin., said his lather, George, a eliicken teed maim faeturer, greeted ntrts of the marriage with the comment. "This is the end of the world." The couple announced their marriage Monday afuv Siuvall's arrival here. H t - worked this summer as a reporter fur the Atlanta Journal. Slovall, 2\, said ihe\ were married last j-priua while both were attending the university. She graduated in Jmu Stovall declined to guc the ex »cttime and place of the wedding , hut said it was in lhe North and they spent their hone'ymoon "on the turnpike." He said his parents maintain contact with him but refuse to tall; alKHit hi s wife. The rouple kept the marriage socret because Slovall had to spend the summer in Atlanta and, ac'-ordiny to his wife, they did not want to add difficulties for him. She said her friends accepted the romance. Hut Stovall said his "weren't exactly comradely about it." Her mother works in ;i real estate dffi ••• i" *'<:-'ita. H'T <•••"••>", U Col C.S.H. Hunte Jr of Tarn. pa. Flu.. !.•, ;i retire:! Protestant Arm\ chaplain. Mrs Stuvall is an editorial as- sisUim at the New Yorker ma^a zine Her husband has another >ear ol college. in Garden City BIRTHS At St. CttHtrine A daughter lo Mr. and Mrs. Merle A. Peitz. 2002 St. John Sept. 2 at 9:15 p.m. 5 pounds, 12 ounces. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kauffman, IU: 1 Sept. 31 at 9:47 a.m. 4 pounds, 15 ounces. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Motley, Gardendale, Sept. 31 at 2:07 p.m. 9 pounds, 3 ounces A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gift, 1108 E. Chestnut, Sept. 31 at 6:10 p.m. 5 pounds, 15 ounces. A son to Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thornburg, 40fi Magnolia, Sept, 1 at 2:31 p.m. 7 pounds, 13 ounces Legals Corporation Deeds — Gnrnnnd Investment Inc., to Ark-Valley Broadcasting Co. Inc., a tract of land In the VV/4 of the NWV4 of 1-24-33. Ark-Valley Broadcasting Co. Inc., to Garnand Investments, Inc., a tract of land In the Wvi of the NW/4 of 1-24-33. Marriage Licenses — Joseph Edward Kratis, 20, and Sharon Kay Kells, 18, both of Garden City. Courts COUNTY Fined — Barlow L. Boulware, over-width, $10 and $5 costs. Vernon N. Shirley, overlength, $10 and $5 costs. Larry L. Decker, overload, $15 and $5 costs. Floyd Gift, overweight, $10 and $5 costs. Laverne S. Brau, overweight, $10 and $5 costs. Russell Clyde Gibson, over- wei'-lht, $15 and $5 costs. W.A. VVasson, overweight, $10 and $5 costs. Claude R. Reynolds, running stop sign, $5 and $5 costs. Robert E, Wright, speeding, $10 and $5 costs. Billy L. Wheeler, speeding, $10 and $5 costs William j. Hendricks, speeding. $10 and $5 costs. Oliver L. Greathouse, speeding, $10 and S5 costs. I'hil II. Gottschalk Jr., speeding, S10 and $5 costs. DISTRICT Divorce Filed — Harry Marty T li o m p s o n vs Esther Kay Thompson. Civil — United States of America vs Li'land N. Danielson, et al, default judgment. POLICE Arrested — Elbert Charles M e a c h a m, Torrington, Wyo., d run It. Bonds Posted — Sharon Ann Willson, 301 W. Fair, running red light, $10. Leonard Guy V'anclayriff, Chelsa, Okla., drunk, $35. Manuel Acosta Robles, 709 E. Santa Ke, driving while intoxicated, leaving scene of accident and no drivers license, $180. Harry Robert Cronenberg, 1010 X. 7th, improper mufflers' $-'0. Mrs. George Rice, 506 N. 5th, improper driving, $5. Traffic County Accident — Monday at 3:a) p.m. 3 miles east on US156, Car driven by Larry D. Scott, Kalvesta (moderate) and pickup truck driven by Fred L. Snodgrass, Piercevillc, (minor). City Accidents — Saturday at 4:30 p..m., Spruce and Garden City Ave., station wagon driven by David A. Sandoval, 1201 N. lith, and car driven by John R. Settefc, 1601 N. 8th. Damage was minor to both vehicles. Sunday at 10:15 a.m., 500 block E, Spruce. Car driven by Mrs. George Rice, 506 N. 5th (minor) and parked car owned by Mrs. O.W. Greunwald, Wichita, (moderate). Saturday at 2 p.m., 600 block W. Fulton. I'aiiiH pickup truck j\uiL'd by Paii| V. Rupp, 130i St. John, and car driven by Manuel Acosta R^les. 709 E. Santa Fc Damage A?,S minor to both Finney Fair Livestock Sale Results Listed Seven fat swine, 14 market lambs and di ueer cattle were sold at Thursday 4-II fat lIveHtock auction at the Klnney County Fair Here are the 4-H owners, buyers a:»l prices per hundredweight' HVVINK DIVISION Joe Berry's j<rand champion Dur- vestn STB" 111 "' l ° Goorgo Ev! »i a . Kal- Dnvkl Wolfe's Hatnp«lilru, 2.'iO City Co-op, $75. Mt'lvin James* 198 pound, to NolanTiioYor Co" J '"' ""'""""' clmmpiw deaths \ Lloyd Merle Keeling HEALY — Funeral will be iVednesday at 2 p.m. here for .loyd Merle Keeling, 35, killed n a tractor accident Saturday 2'/i miles northeast of Densmore, Kan. Kelling had farmed on Ixis mother's property for a fear. The tractor overturned and >inned him about 1 p.m. Saturday. The mishap occurred in a ield with only a slight grade. What caused the vehicle to over,urn was not determined. He was born Oct. 18, 1927 and graduated from high school at leno, Nov. He was in the U.S. Merchant Marine and also spent seven years in the U.S. Air Force. He married Betty Lou Warren n California, and they returned o Kansas in 1960. He worked out of Scott Cily as a driver for roendyck Transport Co. Survivors in addition to the widow are daughter Sherry Lynn, son Herbert Eugene, step-daughters Vonnie Sue and Tammy Ann; sister, Mrs. Christine Elliott of Portland, Ore.; his mother, Mrs. Jane Haverfield, formerly of Scott City, now of Densmore, and vis father, Otto Keeling of Cali- brnia. He was a member of the Bapt- st Church. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. from Healy Methodist Jhurch, the Rev. William R. Bcrger officiating. Burial will be in Healy Cemetery. Weinmann Funeral Home of Scotl City is in charge. reserve champion pounds, to Garden champion Lund race, , , n in ~ " ~-.i.iii|«»'.i.i Cl'OSS- brefiil, 240 pounds, to Mason Investment, 5CO, Mark Huflchka's reserve champion FenUrt MO' >' oumls ' to MoorMan Delurls James 1 reserve champion Landraco. 206 pounds, to Henry Hall Lelaml McGraw's reserve chnm- plon CrnsKbrc-ed. 19G pounds, to Garden National Bank, $70. SHKEP DIVISION Minicent Thomas, grand champion Crossbreed 100 pounds, to Oswalt Industries, $230. Bonlta ThoinaR, reserve grand chnmplon Cro.ssbr.-etl. 124 pounds, to Sliiirsrow Feeds, $g.(. Cindy McGraw, champion Ilamp. Bank, 8 $10o! m "' dfi> tO Garden Natlona: Fute Warner champion Southdown SMpounds, to Brookover Feed yards Sharon DeRemus. reserve olm:n- plon Southdown. 80 pounds, to Drs Falrbalrn, Heeve and Weiss, $55. Virl Brown, blue ribbon Hampshire, 109 pounds, to Sears. Roebuck S70 Jerry Brown, blun Hampshire 121 pounds, Kalvesta Implement Co.. S70 Gene Dugan, red Croasbreed, ]18 pounds, to Dowd Seed Co., .{Go. Arnold Streeter, red eouthdown 92 pounds, to Scars Roebuck, $B2.,',0 Lcnlce StelnnVntz. red IIamp«hir Congress to Face Many Big Battles WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress lumbers into the ninth month of it s session today ».nd most of lh e big battles still lie ahead. Usually by Labor Day. Congress is breezing down the home stre'.ch. This year it has a thicket of iegls lation to clear away. Many members fear they'll .siill he around after the leaves fall and the snow flies and the Christma's decorations go up. On the long, probably bumpy road ahead are such controversial issues as a tax cut. foreign aid spending, the limited nuclear ban treaty—and the civil rights program which promises to trigger a Southern filibuster in the Senate. The House planned no business this week, continuing until Monday a sort of informal t,abor Day recess. To clear the deck for expected debate next week on th e nuclear treaty the Senate was scheduled to take up President Kennedy's request to broaden th r . 19fi? Man power Training Act which established a program of vocational schooling to teach skills to unemployed persons or retrain them for new jobs. The* administration considers the program important in its effort to combat unemployment in general and to train Negroes for better jobs. When the manpower act was passed it provided for federal funds to pay the full cost in the first two years. However, there Hope Abandoned For Trapped Miner Joke Eckert Sr. Jake Eckert, 80 father of Jake Eckert, Jr., 904 Nj 2nd, died this morning at Bellingham, Wash. Mr. Eekert was a former resident of this area, having lived her e from 1011 to 1936, when he and hi s family moved to Washington. He was a beet farmer west of Garden City. He had been in ill health, and would have been 81 on Sept. 9. Mrs. Eckert preceded him in death in March, 1962. In addition to his son here, two other sons and two daughters also survive. They live on the West Coast. Funeral is to be tomorrow at Bellingham. Kansas Traffic Log TOPEKA (AP)—Kansas traffic death log: 27 hours to 9 a.m. Tuesday—2. August—55 September—1. HAZLETON.'Pa. (AP)—David Fellin and Henry Thron e return home today after a week in a hospital recuperating from 14 days entombment in a min e cave, in." But fellow miner Louis Bova remains lost and the state virtually has abandoned hope of finding him alive. Fellin, 58, and Throne. 28, said through a spokesman they were grieved by the failure to find 'our bucld'y." State authorities after drilling 15 futile shafts and sending down a man, were exploring three different routes to reach Bova, 54, entombed ir.or e than 300 feet underground—the coal mine caved in Aug. 13. Bova, reportedly injured, was separated from Follin and Throne by debris. They do not plan to send another man down an escape shaft drilled Sunday because it is unsafe. H. Beecher Charmbury, slate secretary of mines, said Monday night, "It would take a minimum of 120 da'ys to reach Bova, regardless of the method used." "It's all over as far as a rescue is concerned," said Charmbury's deputy, Girdon Smith. A brother of Bova, Dan, said:. "Well, I can only say this. If he was still alive, by the time they reach him it will be too late." A sister-in-law, Marie Bova, said the miner's father, Joseph Bova, hadn't been told that the state has virtually abandoned hope. But, she added :"He (the father) is of the opinion that it seems impossible he could be living after all these da'ys." Marie quoted Bova's wife, Eva, as saying she is not going to give up hope—"She still hopes for r miracle." The spokesman for Fellin and Throne said they planned to issue a statement today thanking everyone who participated in their rescue. Charmbury's decision not to send another volunteer into the new 22-inch escape shaft came after a yard-long, three - dimensional electronic camera took dramatic pictures at the bottom of the 33-foot shaft near where Bova is believed to be trapped. The camera reportedly disclosed there was no room there for a man, alive or dead. The Fcllins plan to go away to an undisclosed vacation retreat over the weekend. Throne hadn't made any plans except .that he'll go back to work in the tavern owned by his wife. Page 2 fitnrdon City Telcgrnm Tuesday, September 3, 1963 was to be 50-50 state matching in the third year, starting July 1964. So far, however, only four states have passed legislatbn to carry out the matching funds require ment—Connecticut, Kansas, Montana and Tennessee Legislators of 25 states whicn have not acted do not even m,;et in I9fi4. The bill before the Senate would not only provide for the federal government to pay the entire Cost of the third year but would author, ize an additional $1(51 million in U.S. funds to cover tb c states' share. Depths Mrs. Hannah M. Graff Mrs .Hannah M. Craft, 100, mother of DeWitt Craft, 1001 N. 4th, died Monday in the Kinder Rest Home at Kinsley. She was born Feb. 22, 1863, at Bovair, Pa. She was believed to have been Edwards County's only living centenarian. Other survivors include four sons, a daughter, 24 grandchil- dre, 56 great-grandchildren, two brothers and a sister. Funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in the Kinsley Methodist Church, the Rev. Bill Dial Officiating. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Kinsey. Local Kiwanians To Convention Rudy Valenzuela, president of the Garden City Kiwanis Club, will head the local delegation to the annual convention of the Kansas District of Kiwanis International later this moth. The session will, open in Hutchinson Friday, Sept. 27, and run through Sunday. Other voting delegates, from the local club are directors George Voth and Tom Saffell. Alternate delegates are Abe Hubert, Lester Harp, and Bill Brown Due to the convention, the annual kids' day peanut sale by the local club, usually on the last Saturday of September, has 'been moved up to Saturday, Sept. 21. Caroline Brown, red Hampshire, 92-pounUs, to Dr. L.E. Fairbairn. $75. Stephen Glllan, red Croasbre«l ]'fl poutid.s, to Henkle DrllllnK. $75. Vicky Brown, red llampuhirs, 107 pounds, to Garden City Co-op $70 Lloyd DeRemuH, red Hampshire 102 pounds, to Oswalt Industries, S60 MKEF DIVISION Larry Goss, grand champlnn An TUS. 840 pounds, to Oswalt Industries $80. Mike Turner, reserve grand o)ii\:«i plon Hereford. 1,155 pounds, to Idea Food Store, $61. Jerry Bui-Kardt, clmimilon Short horn. 875 pounds, to Drs. Fail-bairn U.'eves mid Weiss. $45. Steven Stone. rmervo ch.-mi|>lm Hereford. 1,015 poundw, to Gord*i City Sale Co.. $K5. Rodney Phipiw. reserve rh:niipioi Shorthorn, 905 pounds, Finney Coun ty Farm Bureau. $47. Raymond Hlhler. bhie ribbon Hereford, 1,005 pounds, Oswalt Industries, $42.50. Marjraret Crouse. blue Angm. 885 pounds, Henkle Drilling Co.. Jlf,. Connie Ve:i.lohn. blue Angus, OHO pounds. Garden National Bunk. }SO Tl:n Stone, blue Hereford, 870 pounds. Garden City Co-op. .%!>.50. Dennis Huruardt. blue Shorthorn, 875 poll-ids. Wheatland Klectrlr. $45. Sharon DeRemus, blue Shorthorn 930 poinula, Garden City Telegram $-15. Robert Hai-sb, blue \nirus 930 putin.lK. Fidnllty State Baiilt, $19. Susan fJrivs. lilue Hereford. MO pounds, Dillons Food Store. SI". Stephen Buriranlt, lilue Pli-.nborn 050 puiiiuls. BrooUover 1'Ved Yaids $10. Karon VenJohn. blue Aiurus. 1 07a puiinds, Walls Foodlinw. Sll. Arlone Si-liweer, blue Hereford. MO pounds. Onrde-i National Bur )t $41. Rodney Harsh, blue Horrfcnl. 1,005 poiuuU, J.M. McDoiuld.". $4" Mlfkey Campbell, blue Herrforft 940 pound.-!, riai-ilcn Cltv Co-op. *4!» Mink Iliisi-hka, lilue Shorthorn. pounds. Fide Forrest PC, iinda, Teiv Crouse. Stale Bunk. $39. 7'J5 840 875 965 -. red AHBU--. Standard Sunplv, $47.50. I>«n|el.i. red Hereford 910 pounds. Smith P.-u'kliiK Co.. $40 Joe Mi'Griiw. r.'d Ilor, ford 1 010 pounds. Radio Station Kit'', J.-;v' Jo Ann lluschka, red Sliiirthoi~i BI15 pounds. $3.1. Oariu Grain. $n.=i Honnte I'hlpps. n-d S'lo--" I-.-M 1 I'M ih.unds. Ciinarron Co-op K.\,-l!,-i;, s V Eugene Gross. red Aneus puiiTida. W D. Danids. $34 Pamela H:nvb red Hi->-o',, r d pounds. Garden City Co . $36. Cindy Mi-Cniw red Hereford pounds. KGI.D-TV. $40 I.lovd DeRemu.s. red ptiorthorr '•.'M pounds. Henkle tirilliiiK Co SM Jerry Hnnvn, red S'l.i-th'oi-n !)10 pounds. Smith Parkins; Co ?'!! Chrs O n- s t o n. red Allan,. S"5 pounds Fidelity State Ba:ik.' $H5 Bill Grosa red Hereford SS5 pounds Brookover F"*d Yard." $:<t. 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