The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on June 25, 1953 · Page 1
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Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, June 25, 1953
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Cuff Stuff- Billy Schneider, 1, son of Mrs Lurlene Schneider, 860 o's-ag.e Drive, was treated at Asbury hos- pifal for bruises suffered when he! fell'out of bed Thursday morning.' ':•'... ***•'••'-• Windy weather is hard on everyone. Jiminy Martens, 6, stood on aj tub to close the upper hair of the garage doors so he could play out of, the wind. The stiff breeze hit him. He swayed and fell to the ground. At Asburpr hospital six stitches were taken in th'eVlowen lip. Jimmy is the son of. Mr. and| Mrs.' Leonard: -Martens, SIS ; E..| Beloit. ' ' . • v ' '' I Share-Time TV Station In Kansas i KTVH SIGSAJj from Hutchinsbn's new television station j was received clearly here during test at 5 |>m Wednesday. Bob Vishneske, who photographed this reception on his set, pointed out signal strength was only two kilowatts. H will be 25 kilowatts when KIV11 is in f«U operation: . I KANSAS CITY ffi-Approval. of! >linans tuning their television share-time television, station bv!«te <° chan '? el 12-Wednesday night j Hearse Riders Finally Land Employment U, 311(3.1. IIUIIIO (.ctt; vjuiuii-. *JLUI.IU.II HJ i - . j —, . r KMBC-and WHB is expected tojsaw their first TV.programs from,: . Four college men froin/Oberlin! Open House At YMCA Sunday SaUna's YMCA wUl hold open house Sunday from 2:30 to S pm at the associaton building, 9th and Iron. • '" . . ..- '. •.•.';• •. ;• The IT members of the board of directors have been delegated as receptionists to the-public during the open house. James Mize • is chairman of the. committee in charge.. . , . Bob Hanson, .swimming.instruc- tor, will have a select group of girls and boys in the pool durng the hours the building- is open for inspection so the .public -will see what is being done in that department by the association.- Girl beginners will be:in the pool at 3 pm and ; the advanced girl swimmers at 3:30 pm. At 4 pm boy beginners will be in the pool and at 4:30 advanced boy swim students will ..put on. a demonstration. . '••_..' .••"•'•:'• j Open, for inspection by the pub- ilic, besides the swimming pool, | will be the boys department', gym, main lobby and second floor club Today In Salina - •*.-• Page 2—The Sallu Jounul Thursday, June 25, 1053 Officials of both stations announced transmission will be from I a tower atop the Kansas Cityj ,.Its eventual power. -KTVH will continue intermittent am to 4 pm daily fortunes in the . construction bust ness instead.-. . • . : ' : <t luwut uwy m~ *•.«..-« ~. v ; - - Disappointed to -find no jobs Power' & Light Building pendingjUntil July 1 when it will start re e - awaitinff ^^ - m 0^.3^,^ f ie ldsj erection of a 1,000 foot tower with| ular programs.. . ..j.when "they-landed in Salina Tues- an effective radiated power of 316,-j Te ^- telecasts received here nay.e^ ^ternoon, the quartet '" ' 000 watts. . - . . |been mostly of travel films. _ abo ut' decided that.their heai Arthur Church, president of the! KTVH reportea it.had received L, as ^^^ ^ ap p ropriate vehi( Midland Broadcasting Company! word-of good -.reception at-such!_. or ^ back home ^ which operates KMBC,. said the j points as Abilene, Russell, Heting^^..^^^ ..... channel 0 outlet here will carryjton and LaCrosse.y . • j .-,., ... .--.... Columbia Broadcasting: System TVi network programs. Plans ing- made to/operate 19 hours a) daV. Io Open Road, Bridge Bids will be taken in Salina Friday for between 20 and 25 r o a c projects in 16 counties. Bids will be, opened beginning at j 9 am in the division office ot the Lyon Nomination i Backfires For Ike But- the state employment office| 3rd. state highway commission, 10H N. was busy pulling wires and by Wednesday had jobs lined up for them at.Delphos where a grain elevator is under construction. .Later they'll come b!" Salina to .-work for the. same company. "Completion of arrangements for: Channel 9 in Kansas City is a ma-| ior achievement ir. business dip- WASHINGTON. 1/F) - President! '. Several calls had 'been.received lornacy, for the benefit of. all tele-, Eisenhower-' reportedly is -in . aj aj .-the employment-office offering vision viewers in the Kansas City i knuckle-rapping mood .because of the: . j^ en j qbSf after ^^ pictures market area," said . Donald .D.jfailure of the administration's-job-i 'The Journal. Davis, president of WHB. : "Theiscreening program to^iurn.up the!;- - We '. didn't expect-front page problem was to achieve ,agree-[ data which Congress later ^cov-i puWicity but it certainly helped," ment between two long-established! ered in the Tom Lyon case. one -. o£ them ^^ and hard-fighting competitors ini And "there were indications the! racio broadcasting:, to occupy a i President may be somewhat era-; .. single television channel—channel i bairrassed personally by. his nom-jpyA Usm/trr 9."- •- jination of Lyon to be director of ^, § y nUIIUIj Thursday's action, by the FCC; the Bureau of Mines. The White! will give Kansas City four TV sta-j House said it will be withdrawn— tions. WDAF-TV, operated by the! the first time Eisenhower has. done Kansas City Star Company, .has! that. - ,_...:_•' - . - " . ' .- | Billy Ray James, Clay .-Center. Chaplain (Major) Richard E. . .Th RV wiii „ to Cai . been on the air about four years. Secretary of the Interior McKay KCMO-TV is expected to be ini Wednesday asked Eisenhower to operation next fall. These are VHFj withdraw Lyon'a name, after the SHAFB Chaplain Two-bridges for. Saline 'county are among.the jobs. They.are for a crossing over Dry Creek on West Cloud street and a bridge _-,o v e r West Dry Creek -about, three fourths of a mile south of siholab. Area 4Hers Win Scholarships Two 4H club-members, of this area are aniong six winners of the American Youth Foundation: Leadership scholarships announced, by J. Harold leader. Johnson state club Hospital Admission* (VUiliiiK Hoir*: 14 pm. T*30 pttl Atbury — Mrs. Vincent Piawhl jr., Minneapolis; William Lambertson, Ada: John Donaldson, 337 W, Claflin; Dewy Divelbiss, Solomon; Irvin Thornton, 314 S. 10th; Mrs. Arthur Thodis, 843 S. Main; Charles Bivens, Tonkawa, Okla. ; Ea'rry Carbeiner, Lindsborg; Mrs. Mack Richardson, 335 S. 4th; Donald Jarvis, 1409 S. llth; Mas. It, A. Berry, 507 E. Jewell. : . St. Jhhn'n-Mrs. Silvenus Weber, Brookville; Judy. Lawrence, 622 S. 9th- Mrs. Glenn Francis, 724 Morrison; Wilbur •' Mclntire. 320 N. Penn; Gary Cbrisben, 313 N. 9th; Mrs, George Hagcman, Plainville; Charlea; Myers -vs Western Star Trucking, Inc., a corporation, for judgment of $850 to . cover damages resulting trwi a collision of trucks owned by parties in June, 1951, near Great Bend. City'— Donald V. Kelley, 315 N. I2tfc,- entered plea of guilty to illegal passing 'and' no front license plate; fined IS on each count and paroled on $5 of fine. David John Wheeler, SHAFB, .found innocent of driving without driver's license. Wayne iloi'iiii ; Kieh6U, speeding; fined $10 arid' costs. -•'•'.'"..' PoUc-9 -^ Lewis AJlen yantis, 20, SHAFB, charges of driving without a license dismissed .by the judge wheri license produced. Donald Carney, 16, SHAFB, no driver's Mrs. Connie De Witt, 216 W.Lincoln | Ucense . ?5 fine. . Royce Maurice Norman Lee Bussart, 613 N. 5th; Otto Holtzen, 324 W. Jewell; Pete Raymond, Barnard;' .Mrs. 1L, T. Damker, 1200 N. 10th; Mrs; Kenneth Ketron, 622 B. Ash; Msgr. J. B. Glyn.i, Solomon. Hospital Dismissals j Asbury—Mrs. . V i c t o r Ragnont Mrs. and baby boy, 74? Hancock; Phyllis Miles and baby girl, Custer; Mrs. Edward Sheets, 817 S. 10th. ' . - . ...... St. John's—Thomas Clapper, 309 E. Russell:. Mrs. Merle Everhart, S37 E. Kirwin; Mrs. Mary Brockel- Johnson, 18, 217 N. Front, reckless driving; fined $35; appealed: Ver-. non L. Travis, 29, S09 Park,; illegal, transportation and illegal U turn;! forfeited $60 bond; i Divorces • • ; .-.'•'• . '. • : ; << - : ] ; Granted—June' vs Verl Gray, extreme cruelty. ',' :'.'•' Bring A Friend Month-End Permanent Wove Special PAY REGULAR PRICE For 1 Wave — Get The Other •f9f'-m • •• .•*.>..:• • These are nationally advertised permanent waves. -.the Boykin Beauty Shop 1505 S. 9th Wione 9*01 -• -.''.- •:-••• .'••.. Pat Schorllng ,. ...-' • -..,.-., '. ;'•• ..' ••.'.-... Jimmy and. tioba Boykin, operators. siBuilding Permits 'Charles Wilt, private garage" it 527 N. 12th; WOO. V..-V.. Utilities New service — Wallace Lett to Gott, 221 N. Kansas;.Barbara and Bradley P h i n n e y, Minneapolis; Mrs. Marlita Koelling, Solomon; man, 1205 Ni 3rd; Mrs. W i 11 a r d 132 E, Minneapolis from; Milwaukee, Wis.; Lester W. McElfresh:to 757 Choctaw' from Japan; Robert C. Kreiner to 620 Montrose Mrs ich; Gary Brislin, Eudora; Mrs. Virginia McGeary, 619 W. Prescott; -Mis. Jama. Briggs, M8 E. Iron; Louis Brown, Minneapolis; .Claude Freeman, 512 Brown; James Jennerson, 916 W. As.h; Mrs. Gerald Long, 13 S. 7th; Mrs. Dean Gash and baby girl, Wichita. Births Boys—Mr. and Jfrs. .Mack Hic- ai-dson, 335 S. 4th, June 25, 8; lb: and 3 oz., at Asbuvy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeWitt, 216 W. Lincoln, June 24, 7 lb and 11 oz., at -St.j John's. Girls-'Mr. and Mrs. Silvenus Weber, Brookville; .June 25. 7 lb. and 11 oz., at St. John's. Mr. "and The" winners from tliis area.are Mrs. Kenneth Ketron, 622 E. Ash, Eugene Ditto, 211 Des [Wiesbaden,. Germany;; Dempsey • Mrs. Victor Marcotte, Zur- Richards to 837 Hemlock from ^ Camp Phillips; Donald W. Fulcher'-v to 150 N. 8th from : HyattsviUe, Mci. Change of address — Claude J. Y Ansel to 428'Baker from RFD 3; Alfred B. White to 920 W.' Walnut from 211 W. Prescott; Wayburn <? Woody to 720 N..Ohio from 406 E^ <> Iron; George F. Beers"to 920 Han- <> cock from 761 Birch. • Disconnections — Earl J. McGill < > from 731 Birch Drive to Houston, Texv .' ' ••'.' • •• ' . • '• Jane-Marie Mills: St. Francis;" arid Spellman, Roman Catholic .c h a plain at'Smoky Hill Air Force base, They will go to Camp Mlniwanca, Mich,,, for two weeks.-The project "is sponsbredi .by the. Kansas Bank" Fiations. KCTY, an Ultra High Fre-] appointee requested such action, j was recently honored by the Catho- r .- aa s OC j a ti on and the Rabton- quency station,, began operating) McKay did so in. the wake of'lie Youth Organization. " ' .*r..-Kn.. lUTc. rrtnntU " ;T.VArt'« fpcHmnnv ^i<*fnv<» a Rflnntol /-iu.. n i ~ j'_' e* n r.1i_.... .... earlier this month. Lyon's testimony before a Senate) Chaplain ; Spellman was present- i committee that he is: (1) draw- I ing a $5,000 a year pension as a j retired official of .th^ Anaconda (Copper Mining Co., and (2) is posed to the federal mine safety Disabled Folks Make Flight Packs DALLAS (ffl — The flight .packs you thumb through to .while away part of the time on air trips mayj _ _ have been prepared by physically! partn^nlTofficiaiT haoT'oeen un- handicapped persons. • ' j aware of .either, .the-pension or ed with the Order of Palms of club of-champions in the youth group. The presentation was made by the Most Rev.. Bernard J, Shields, Purina company.. . .... Tha girls' camp ia'.Aug. 3-J6 and tho boys' camp, Aug 17-30;-•- r=? " law he would administer as mines j auxiliary bishop of Chicago and bureau chief. . ' . } founder of the youth movement, atj a. CYO .benefit ball before, 15,000! people in.Chicago stadium. , It dcrelopfid that Interior De- Sentenced In DeathOf i MEADE",VKas. .'(B, — Elmer- James, «, Liberaii".. arrested' iii th j fatal beating of his four-months Chaplain Spellman was .one ofj 0 j d son ; Thursday ..pleaded guilt- Year-round employment is being! Lv on's views •'reeardine' the law ^-I"-""/ 3 ^""""' »« .«»= -"old son, Tnursc gl vcn to three Uicap^^J^^^r^^ 1 -^^^ sons bv a national air line w^.tli P hance<! of confirmation tn npar T-. ., • j. i- ' ^ ' ".,... ,_ ^.,,— ^ v _ ll - n - 1I "- es or comirmauon 10 neari years . ago _ Following ordination, he] District Judge had been underi was catholic youth director for the] tenced James to 20 years in th John L. Lews, arc ii.diQcese of Santa Fe and has|. state prison. • ; •''"'_ W-orkers. Lewis jbeen active in youth work since. | County Attorney Ernest Vieux no comment on Wednesday's Courts v "District —'.Hattie Farmer Breaks Wrists In Fall 'D'ewey Divelbiss, Solomon, s'uf-j and 13 oz., at St. fere'd two broken wrists and a bad-! ly bruised nose Wednesday when he fell 10 feet from a grain loft to ; a.cement floor. . ' •.;•-. "I was in the wheat bin reach.- 1 ing down for the grain auger which my. son, Marvin; and Buddy Huff, Solomon, were handing up to me," said Divelbiss/ .".The board I on broke and I fell.". Divelbiss said he had cut acres of wheat and averaged about 26 bushels to the acre. His farm is located 11 miles east andiof Bennington on highway K18. June 'J5, John's. Deeds Recorded •-..Evelon D. Weyant' and. wife' to Alfred H. Hawks .and wife, .200 Des Moines. '•••'..'. Waiter R. Lund and ..wife to Charles Swedenburg and wife, third and fourth lots east of Fourth ] on north side of Rahm- Myers 106 South Santa Fe Brilliont,bright'whitt it better than •vtr.thii jaaion! SO-dramatic with dark jhten... ', 5O lubtie with pailtls! Stltct yours now. Also in.:.." . Blue or Natural Black Patent. h M mu a rt.« in Dallas through a- 1 A, **„ cr ° ntirl " a " 0 " to " ear !years ago. Following ordination, hej Dist rict Judge-Karl Miller-sen headquarters in uanas tnrougn « zero. Alreadv .Lyon had been under • contract with Goodwill Industries, i fj rc 0 £ p t " * ^Trke^U'mwf nJ*?*'™^^*™™-^^*™^'^^^: j County Attorney workers assemble oO.OOO, had no comment on Wednesdav's chap!ain Spe ii man has been a!said James had admitted beatin member of the club of champions! his wife, Mary,, and the child, be The flight packs a month. Each cello-; developments, phane bag contains items such as; Government officials who asked: maps, luggage stickers, post cards, not to be named said Eisenhower^ is having the entire episode inves-l j tigated. and travel information. since 1935. The Order of Palms iscause .the latter was "fussing, the highest honor conferred by thej-Mrs. James, who suffered bruises youth group. .Only 15 persona in the-was ralease'i from the hospita Has Game Licenses ! I- o tt. ^, lt »-., ,- United States hoiti the me d a I,| Wednesday. Some thought that McKay would! among them • President Ei3enn ow-j — ier. have to take the rap. Among the firms at which fish-! ing, hunting and trapping licenses \if\\\ may be purchased beginning July 1 is K and M Sporting Goods. 1843 S. flth. _ Marymount Sisters Express Service Attendina M TOPEKA Ul - The Kansas Cor ! Ml tCIIUIIiy IY1 (Attends Funeral Of Tipton Man poration Commission says the Misi souri Pacific Railroad and the Rail- Sister Luella Hake, a Marymount summer school student who Mrs.-Anna H. Beck, 531 S. 9th returned from Tipton Wednesd_a% where she-attended the funeral o has | Paul Wolfers, who was killed when train a YlSir I I«ni i ~ T -• sununer scnoui stuaent wno nasjfai I way Express Agency have agreed! been teaching in Chicago, left Wed-! his car collided with a Mr. and Mrs Stanley Doner, S32|to continue express service to 98! nesdav for Chicago to attend "thel Denmark Saturday. Custer. were recent visitors to the j towns along the railroad's lines mr fir , st executive board meeting of She also visited John Wolfers Nash Motors plant at Kenosha, j Kansas. the jjatinnnt Dathnlir Kinriorirartpn injured in the accident, Who is in Wis. Switches Sides BRIGHTON. C- sistant district a' j Jeff Robertson, KCC chairman, | said the towns had been threatened with loss of the service when the express agency, applied for au- I thorization to drop it after receiv- the National Catholic Kindergarten Teachers association being held at DePaul university Thursday. Attending a convention of the American Home Economics association in Kansas City this week 'alb. ffi - An as-j ing notice from the railroad that] are Sisters Regina Marie'and Sis- .ttcrr~y. _"™.:: a: it no longer would handle express.!ter Adolnhus. defense lawyer when Julian ..E.) Robertson said the express ag- Dominguez jr. was acquitted on! ency has withdrawn Its application charges growing out of a fatal au-jto stop the service following the mount economics and commerce) department and Sister Veronica j filing, of a stipulation by the rail- Marie are attending the Moun- Charles Byrne had taken • Dom-j roR (j that it wjil continue hauling! tains-Plains United Business Ed- inguez 1 case before he was ap-| express either by freight trains orjucation association convention in tomobile crash. ter Adolphus. Sister Joseph Marie of the Mary- the Lincoln Memorial Lincoln, following 'the hospital accident His condition is improving. pointed to the district attorney's; motor carriers, staff, and by permission of the; court, he was allowed to conduct; the defense. • j The special prosecutor v.-asj- George Fischer, whose place onj the district attorney's statt wka! taken by Byrne after the Novern-j her election. j :. I • lEstes Park, Colo., this week. The Salina Journal Dial 6303 Tlie Salina Journal, Inc. Publisher Putiltatietl Daily cx<.*ui>! 2c!-ri±? 201*3 West Iron. Sallnit. Kansa* Security S//p Reveals Secrefs By Elton C. Fay WASHINGTON To Attend Miami Education Meeting Ruth Gahnstrom, county super intcndent, will leave Friday ' for Miami Beach, Fla., where she wil attend the convention of th« Na tional Education association. Also going from Sauna will be Merle Houchin, president o! the Salina City Teachers association Mrs. Houchin will accompany him Dates of the convention are June 28-July Z. •' Still In Hospital Medical science ha? progresset front use, apparently to help detect ty-leaps and bounds but secretar Somebody's! enemy attempts at infiltration of security slip was showing. Thurs-j the front line, a technique much Entered at Second CIIM matter at - the Poitlorltcfe At &Uina. KftMAfl. under act of March 3. 1673. Wliilley .Austin Editor Karl C, WoiHlward Buslnis* MaflHRf.r MEMBER ABSOCIATKD PRBS8 •Tne AMOc(*t«o! Prcs* w cnUti«<t day tt-ith publication of recent testimony about military serrnta hy I armv officials before a House appropriations subcommittee; Military secrets which popped Into the open included information about: • j 1.' An entirely new. weapons- carrying vehicle, nicknamed "Th Thing" but carrying the official designation "Ontos." to^ be wed i variously, including as a .mount ! " " clualvely to the k use of all Uio local niwi aa well *• ] for publication printed m this H AP newa din- . or 11.30 a mootn. ''' for a new "very high-powered" recoillesK rifle and for a quadruple ,50-caliber anti-aircraft weap on against low-flying planes. Z. A plan . to provide "much • confer in s«ii<i»— longer range" fov- th« 280-railli- ii»_copy.8c._Sunday IDC. On« wteit 30c nieter 'cannon,' which now has' & 20-mile accurate 'rang* and fires either atomic or ' conventional sheila, and a new shell, slightly smaller than the caliber of this giant cannon, expected to extend Its range "by about SO per cent." . 3.-"Extra light tarhs,"'two of which : ar«- under tcj. f , of a type expected.evantiiallj' t» replace the ltt KWIM*- OM r*«r I».M. « U.08. i monihi D-00, > Monm II.Si. KlMwtiert: On« Taar 112.00. « Uontni t7.08, On» Month 11.80. ill you tin to receive Jounwl In S«l!ll»V dial . Weekd»ys. between C.;3n and 7:30| lundayi,' between I and ^;< k'i. '' ' '' •"- '! ai-tnn Wsl(t«r Bull-log (and. - J.-VJ --.4; - A lightweight ra(Jar for batUaH used by tha Communist* in the Korean War. < 5. A long-range radar IFF (identification, friend or foe), which could mean the'identification of aircraft long before they are within range of antiaircraft guided missiles. . guns or ies can outpace doctors. Wednesday Omer Smith, judge of the city court, was listed as dismissed from St. John's hospital. Judge Smith is doing fine but he will remain in the hospital several weeks. Killed In Road Accident "•<i,"'A folding, portable bridge, tnj KANSAS CITY W be carried on top-of a tank as a put in place under encniy i!re. 7. A »tcam outboard motor for small boftts, to be used for nuict - BUI 0; Tip- City.'was ' dent early Thursday on Highway No. 10, ten miles wt«t of here. smau DORIS, 10 oe usea• ">r nuiet .•«;--t-v» f . ' t, ----crossing orrivers when the noise \£* ^™\^***:' sh ± of outboard motor. W ou,d warn the enemy. Army officials expressed amazement and appeared appalled when copies of the 1,487-page printed testimony released by the subcommittee reached the Pentagon, Among the pages wax Information OR new weapons still stamped secret by-'the Pentagon. It wan hot immediately clear how the material had come • to be Je!t In thitt portion of testlmrtny uent tor pub- vehicle going'east on the highway ,an,d driven by Dale Danlerdurg al•o of Kansas City.-: Danlerdurg was not injured. Food Sale " : A bazaar- and food sale will be held .Friday, beginning at ifl am at Mammals iitnre, sth and tron, fcy tt« women 1 * clusi of the Church of'God.--- " ' '•--••- ; AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT in COOL COMFORT in SUMMER CLOTHING from VAN HEUSEN; SHAPLEY* E'fir-W • Cotton Knits • Crinkle Crepe • Batiste . • Chambray • Rayon • Nylon • Jersey |69 3 95 by STEVENS* Genuine Panama 3.95 Buy TWO by HAGGAR: WRINKLE RESISTANT SHARK SKIN Of Cool Light Rayon TWO FOR $13.88 Other Lightweight SLACKS A.wide variety of colors in many models, each with. famous fit. Select yours today. RAYON BRAIDS & NOVELTY WEAVES PANAMS BAKCS MILANS DENIM HOBBY JEANS Week End FRI. and SAT. 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