The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 11, 1954 · Page 1
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Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, March 11, 1954
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cuff stuff- i Pkil Ncwinai, former Journal re-j j- porter, is taking basic training atj i Ft. Riley with the 10th Infantry; ! Division. : , i ; . * * * An adaptation of an old Aesop. • fable will be presented in a puppet j ', 'show Saturday afternoon at the Sa-j , Una public library. The adaptation j was made by Frank Anderson, 11-1 brarian at Kansas Wesleyan Uni-j versity, and is titled "You Can't i Please Everybody." The library! puppeteers will give the show, twice, at 3:30 for small children,; and at 4 for the older ones. ; *' * *'". •. i Weather prtphcU are predict- j ing storms for Kansas soon fol- j lowing a big ring around the j raooa Wednesday night. Many i believe that is a sign of mois- | ture. F^veral stars were seen be- j I ween the moon and ring. i * * * . . i URu* R«yce, Salina attorney,! Wednesday was named to represent the Chamber of Commerce at! the meeting of the American Indus-! trial Development Council in Wash-j ington, D. C.. Mar. 28-30. He'll join; !he city representative, City Man-j a?er Lelar.d Srack, on the trip. • » * * Kindcrgartncrs had their suggestions for spending money raised in waste paper collection at Lowell school. One. thought the jungle gym should go higher. Another advised buying a merry-so-round "you can stand up on." Money, however, will go into class funds. * -*• * Sale of 195-1 Saline county license! plates nearcd the 13,000 mark Thursday. At mid-morning J2.828J tags had been sold in the county] tag office at the courthouse. On the same date last year the total was 10,678. Truck tag sales are also ahead of last year, 3636 to 3280. Today In Salina - - - Hospital Admission* JSHAFB, speeding; fined $10 and (VUHInj HHin: !-» pm. ?•»:» pm) Afb«ry — Mrs. Mary Jane Hose, MePherson; Mrs. Herbert Hocf- fner, 132V; S. Columbia; Liana Sue Soldner, RFD 3; Patricia Spell- nwn, 327 S. llth; Richard Just, 1306 Highland; Barbara Winter- costs. Joe Knoll, 544 S. 9th, no 1954 license plates; paroled on $10 fine upon payment of costs. James Duckworth. 928 N. 5th, no driver's license and_no 1954 license plates; paroled on '$10 fine upon payment of costs. Bill Wicks, RFD 2, no 1954 stecn, 300 Sunset Drive; Emory !' iceilsc Plates; fined 55 and costs. Loy, Barnard; Mrs, Ronald Gilder, RFD 2; Mrs. Paul Lipe, Smolan: Mrs. Reynold Johnson, 518 W. Walnut; Mrs. Richard Bennett, 158 N. Broadway. d I.H.UI.L »!"..., M _:i nv.ti .k.,. Robert Ronald Hanson, 413 W. South, no 1954 license plates; paroled on $5 fine upon payment of costs, Lynn Howard Manchester, 537 College, no 1954 license plates Thursday, March 11, 1954 Page ;J— The Stliua Journal Land Damage Retrial Opens All but 12 members of the district court jury got the weekend off as the retrial of a highway land condemnation appeal opened Thursday morning. The jury was empaneled quickly and the remainder of the 50- juror panel was excused until 9 am Monday. The case being heard is an ap- W. Jewell; Mrs. Lee Ross, 216 S.i* 5 fu)e u P° n payment of costs in Connecticut; Mrs. George Trow, first count; second count dis- 902 Johnstown; Ben Drciling, 1003 missed. Thomas Hardie arraigned E. Iron; Mrs. Ora Beuciiat, 316 S. on clia rges of grand larceny; prc- 8th; Mrs. Ernest Fraser, Aurora; lirmnai 'y hearing set for March 22.: Joe Lorson, Chapman; Joscp h! E " ner McHonry arraigned on bad jEcher, Lucas; Dan Moore sr., 3(r9j c ' |c '' k charge; preliminary |N. 13th; Mrs. Heinricli V. Goedec-! in 8 sct f °r March 22. hear- Howard Johnson, operators of the Howard .Johnson Motel on US81 south of Salina. The Johnsons want more money for damages done to their tract by the construction of the two east lanes of US81 and the control of ike, 611 S. 5th; Mrs. James CrouglJ Police — Ruth Doris Turner, 36,i acccss ' . l20',i N. 9th; Mrs. Neil Stephenson !i 4 ' H s - lltn . failure to yield right-| BEFORE—City workmen move among a forest of cottonwood trees, many produced from flood-borne seed in 1951, in Dry Creek channel near CK packing house. Tree* impede water flow. $27,750 Exiension Budget Asked !'Sophomore Frolic1 Toda y s Birthda y s iTo Show Billy i At Sylvan Grove Thc Saline County Extension! Service will submit for approval a! J955 budget calling for expen-j diturss of $27.750, an increase of ; little more than SlQOO over this; year. The extension service includes.! programs offered by the county! agent, home demonstration agent and 4H dub agent. The budget must be approved by the board of county commissioners! SYLVAN GROVE — High school] and is incorporated in the county-' sophomores here will present their wide budget. i "Sophomore Frolic" Friday in the! Two county commissioners met| scn ° o1 auditorium. The program Wednesday afternoon with exteu-jw'H consist of group songs, vocal, simi officials to discuss proposed: anti instrumental duets, piano so- c.xpi'nditurcs. i los . a one-act play, and other fea- (lives Increase Reasons j lures. Actual and estimated expen-; c ' ass members taking part in riilurcs this year arc 52-1.500. notl ltlc cvcnt include Ronnie Blase, incluilins a budgeted item of $2000! Kenneth Brichacek, Clary Cheg- for a self-supporting revolving fund! widden, Jo Ann Degner, I.oretla AFTER—It took tree-choppers 11 days to clear about 1000 feet of the channel at northwest edge of city. Dense underbrush was also removed. 142 S. 8th; Mrs. Robert Walker, 122 N. Connecticut; Mrs. John Riley. 701 Park. Hospital Dismissals of-way; dismissed by .the judge. Clifford Walker Jones, 19, 929 S. 5th. speeding; fined ?15. John House jr., 16, 1120 N. 3rd, no 1954 license plates; dismissed by judge. First Jury Confused The plaintiffs opened the case Thursday with photographs and experts' testimony. The case was tried in the December term but a confused ver- Asbury - Mrs. Jack Armstrong j Frank Fortunato Fogliaro. 26, Min- dict by the jurv brought a new nd and daughter, 328 Center; Mrs.jneapolis, failure to yield right-of-j trial to! Robert Lipe and daughter, 419 E.jway; fined $5. Allan Bernard Hab-l Claflin; Fay Fitzpatrick, 414 S. 8lh;;rock. 21, 953Vi S. 5th; failure Ray Houston, lllVi S. Santa Fe;jyield right-of-way; dismissed Mrs. Richard House and son, j motion of city. Brookville; Liana Sue Soldner '• • RFD 3. St. John's — Carol Randolph, 1171 E. Minneapolis; Robert Nienke.j 921 W. Ash; C. E. Liss, Lincoln;"! , The ,, ate :. P v De cted to con- Four Girls Top Gypsum Scholars Danny V. Hcaly, Lincoln; Mrs.- Margaret Greiner, 419 S. Santa Fe;j Mrs. Gerald Donahue and daugh-j GYPSUM—Four girls won the itary School. Births Boys - Mr. and Mrs, . Y., son of a merchant. As presi-j dent of Zenith! sets and Ditch Mrs 'i ^ 9th, 7. .___._ T , „ , , . WELLS — John HardestV driver' in O , dumD ,, urk ,.„., „.. ' rn , ri ' 7 pounds ' 6 ounces ' "OiKown U.S.A.." a movie deal-; MnrtrS^fe^l^U wfth'"' 8t St " J ° hn ' S ' Mr ' and Radio Corp., hejmg with evangelism in the oil fieldsi minor bruisesP T hur ; dav when the i jan ' es L ; Crough 1201 N. 9th, 7.-. pioneered in the :0f Texas, will be shown free at 7:30' vphi -i n lnnr/prf mm a" MI h _., jP° unds .' 8 ounces, March 11. at St. i thaw development of P™ Friday in Memorial Hall. ! mU £ n ^~ ThL ' '^^- | R low-priced radio, Starring in the drama is Paul, Sheriff Crai« Lan ''TV Antenna Permits il hear-' p ° wer . assistant pastor of a Holly-! ," a ,^ OU " IJ sn f rm Lral ° Lan ' A ' "'' 51 u<t F Lrmlt s , :r ica;>ter sal " Hardesty swerved for special services. With this item' Dl ' crs - '- al " r y Eckclmann, HIP lfi;")4 budget \.-as S26.500. illcinze. Geraldine Hlad. Brace fiowley, county agent, said: \'onda Krobath, Neal Louin. Ca the increases in 1955 will result:" 1 McMullen, Judy Meitler, Ncal from addition of part-time secre-! Mcl " or . Alan Jay Meyer, Royce laria! help, office equipment flnrti Moon - Hubert Naegele, Marilyn postage supplies. jObernriorfer. Of I ho budget lolal. lhe counly'si Caroline Saenger. Glenna Stuive. share will be $21.145. Kansas State -Allan Thaemert, Dean Thaemcrt, Colloqo will contribute $43(X) fromi^'Hy Wentkc. and Mary Winckler. federal and state funds. SI500 for ; Assisting with the program will each of the Ilirne extension of-: lle J!rs - Dick Hillmer and Clarai ficrrs. Other itoms shown in the' Pmllinc Thoren. Assisting with fhc : telephone. Also Karen known as an Artie explorer. In 1923 to; Dick Herling, 125 S. Columbia. 1 sopnomores: interested i n '- sv PW P aslor ">r "« Los Angeles: " tojClaude E. Schneider. 816 Martini ^."aT'iV 'phonev!, on'"synod of the United Lut!leran :P^jhM h!= vehicle struck a soft;M. L. Amos. 625 S. 10th. W. W. D»- ^,.«,m, public TV lw-'^urch in America, ,, Lance Man- 1 * 0 "" 1 * and was lhrown into the Smock. 919 N. 12th. Milton Peter-;,,, ng payed f or bv '™«- *ealthv oil man. , d ' tch ' •-«". 808 Sheridan. Herbert Alkire, ,£ H - Others are Colleen Evans, as' The im P sc t snapped a tic rod on ;219 s - 12t h- R- C. Bailey, 429 Rahm. ><;•> Chris Manning, his daughter:." 18 truck ' owned °- v Robert Robins. -Robert B. Miller, 93B Sherman. •„[,•„ | tend a price of $700 for the ..35 of ian acre taken from .the Johnsons I should be paid. <v!th JSQO darn- Inge allowed •• for the remainder of (the 3-aci'e tract. The Johnsons contend they were damaged more severely because the highway commission has controlled access to their property. First Of Five ter, 813 Hemlock; Mrs. Armandi"grand sweepstakes" in scholar-! The Johnson case is the first of White, 714 Cherokee; Mrs. Vernonjship in the past six "weeks ad five similar appeals expected to Shelby, 328 N. 8th; Mrs. Francis|Gypsum rural high school. • <be heard durin S tne March term'. Riordan, 420 E. Jewell: Mrs. Wil-j They, were Janet Hanseu Myra^ A11 involve Iand taken for tlie liam Samuelson, St. John's Mil-j Henderson, 'Nancy Janousek a ndi ex P ansion of US81 from Salina to j Patricia Conley. j Smoky Hill Air Force base. i All had an average of "A" Herbert! four subjects ' Hoeffner, 132VJ S. Columbia, 7J students on ' h « Q°n°r roll for. pounds, 12 ounces. March 10. ad the period included — Al,.e r? l^j r-i ' : = enloTS: JacK Krauss. Kirn^r* Morn-- iMIS. nonaia Wl- ; ruer, Shirley Suttoa, JUrthane Tfiiel.' der, Salina, RFD 2. 6 pounds, loi ! ' e , ce Wels : Juniors: Ralph Anderson. Nola. zjius. Ounces, March 10, m Asbury. 'Dnnna S\v-.=her, Joan Tottra. : . . riri« MI- ^,-irf n- -p- i, v sophomores: Euon Eiiason. victor: Campus organizations at Kan U1I-I5 — iur. ana Airs. JvlCnarU;j., nollsek Jay Lee Krauss, Lucile Leh-' llipslnvan TInivnrsi'ti- ai-r, him Bennett, 158 N. Broadwav 3' man - sas " esl(! J an Unnersitv aie busj pounds, 15 ounces, March 10,' atUdu"' ^L^D^^t wcr^ir makins final P re P ara ' ions f ° r "'« I Asbury. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walk-i"' 1 " 5 "' ^ „ annual carnival to be held in Mc- !er, 122 N. Connecticut, six pounds ' seniors: umrema Mas"er° n vi7Rinia. c wii-' Adams dining iiall Saturday night. 12 ounces. March 11, at St. John r s! so j"i n f n1 "- SU M°?y joAnn Barter. Don, 1 Concession stands and other hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Heinrichj^^^f^.r^amwaS/f irties wil1 begin opcration GOedecke. 661 S. 5th, S pounds 15| Sophomores: Mary Ellen Mortimer.: about / pm. ounces, March 11, at St. John's.!7",™° ^ySa^™^!" 1 ' 1 ThwlorC | Dean Santo J. Caravello, chair- and Mrs. N'eil Tallev, 219 W j i-'r« 1 ' n ><">: Ron Anderson. Judith BOW-: man 0 { the S0 cial committee which • '.ers. James Holt, Anna Hal!. Gary Jan- j- - --- -• •- Ti!yr;l Krauss _ S:in> . pttne. ;is sponsoring the event, has an- r"'?P.obMa a Sc,"^ n « rd Ha^!nounced there will be a feature jncy janouach, Lawrence M "vf r -[attraction sometime during the niit-:'. " ' ieveiiing. The nature of the attrac- M F c^S\es^°M\°' Snis, B jiaryition will not be disclosed until the n^EHrT' s D -°u'? Wurs-orl 1 'ThicT • CVen ' n = °^ '^ e eanl ' va '« w.i.ier. ' i Other attractions include a dart yliirley Burkol. Mary 1L , . , ictor januuiek Luciici throwing contest and S'"y"« 8 .S,*. r -wmii""' C ^ ote Dcn ' Rp £' jlar suiion. Theodore Tros-: carnival features will be the clcc- "3im--ition of a king and ! Getting Set ! For Carnival Worman. Hoy Amicr ilc organized and became fir^t Gcor 5 ia L «- television and movie' |i,- cs i d( , n t of x. 1t j ona i Association :actor and dancer: Cindy Walker,' i ., I ' r .l "11611(1 oi Broadcasters. Also Cfli-bratins: Hrita Jean Youns. Belleville; Deanna Stevens, Lincoln; Brenda Bryan and Tommy Egan. Salina; Sharon Marie Schwerdlfeger, Ellsworth: Bryan Simms. Republic: Eldon Hanman, Clanin; Anne .Marie Pridcy, Webber; ;in the same role she had in "Mr.- jTexas." that of Kay Tyler: and. .Red Harper, cowboy actor who! was "Mr. Texas" in the film of : that name, who plays the part of Jim Tyler. : Correction — In yesterday's Jour- lcleil jnal the name should have been- ; C. G. Recht, 240 S- 9th, instead of ,C. G. Kuchs. Donald Eli.ison. A. L. Hall. Anna ;:"?k. nriice Pock.'.hi i-'i;r.d- Merry Sorenson, Jj'janc Th;ei. Wen- queen on a penny a vote basis, bingo, a cake walk, shooting gallery, and comic portraits presented by the camera club. Marriage Licenses To Raise Funds Three city officials and a local 1 Henry Strimple. 53, and Geneva! The Scouts of Explorer Post 5 . engineer attended a meeting of the Cassel, 33, both of Salina. iare sponsoring a pancake supper Th» ,.„„,..„,.-;„„ Kf M, • .u Kansas Water Works Association; ., 'Saturday from 4 to 7 pm in the The conversion of Manning ;o the af r.^Pho™™ -n,,,*,^,. :._ Fire Alarms :, , , „ ... .. .. ,, basement of the university Metn- Invite 4Hers To at MePherson Thursday morning. They were City Manager Leland' 5 P m - March !0 — Resuscitator Ri ">' Wayne Huhnlk, Chapman: buricet are the perpetual $21)00 fund:one-act play will be Norman Daw-; stove. Neaderhiscr and SI05 carryover. ! S011 and Marilyn L. Geigcr. Bcnnington. Christian way of life is the basic ; theme of the play ! Sracfc> cjty Engineer Harold Harp . call to SHAFB hospital to aid : The ftlm is a Billy Graham pro- er _ Paul McMmin _ waler depart.,A, Parson, hurt in accident. Recreation, junior and community 4H club leaders are among those invited to participate in the Flower Nook fo Hold Scouf Sold To Widiifan IRoundtable •Pig-Raisers (To Be Visited j The Saline County's .duction and opening scenes show : ( an evangelistic meeting in Rice , Football stadium in Houston. Tex. ment maintenance foreman, and' The Flower Nook. A-*. Thc March Rotindtable of owned and operated for more than-Scouts will be held at 7:30 iMarymount In fire Dafflages aOpporhinHy Day y ina c a f e ill be used for a 'ip the post is plan-'j[| n j or jjjgh school, by i Courts "ing- The boys plan to go to Can--j n r. s t 0 n of the National Recreation j iiisinci - ^awrence Wallerius; ad f: !Association, j appeal from police court conviction! •m club: : swine management committee jmake its first tour Saturday, 8 am. Boy! Visits wi!1 b « made to 4H club' -- „ p^imembers who received purebred: Marymount College will open itsj seven years by two sisters, Mrs.I Thursday in Blair Hall, First Pres- gilts undcr th e Sears swine pro-doors Saturday to about 9} Kan-' Firc a ^ Jerry's Cafe. 215 S. Santa! Michael 0. Russn and Mrs. .I. U.jbyterian church. ; gram last fall. sas high school visitors. : Fe ' Thursday morning caused^ Morris, has been purchased by| Jack Hancy and Olin Kamp-i This w i'l be the first of a series It will be Opportunity Day. de-' 3 * 1011 ' $200fl dama S e to th « building! Mi-i-le G. (Jrcevcrs. Wichita. ;schrocdcr will have charge of the' 01 " visils h >" th c committee to help signed to tell high school"'-'iris^ and Hs contents - ! Gi-ccvers will take possession roundtable for Cub Scout Pack^ !ho 41t members wilh management what college life is'like" Particular' The re staurant is operated byj T!ie forintr owners will 1 leaders and den mothers. ' 3mi feeding problems. strcss W]!1 '' be gjven (o , he co ' urs ' es ' Jerry Gordon and Richard Wood-i icock. The building belongs to Mrs.: Invitations were sent to school? Frank Norton ' 1<MO E ' Iron - i within a 75-mile radius. Thar'dav' G ° rd ° n ' '" the cafc kitchen when i these schools had replied 1 U* fire ?' . disc ° vered . said »he| they would be represenlcd. bl&K started in ^e n»of over the! They are Ltickcy Hiqh. Manhat- •„ j ~T TT *" ; Tipton Ilish; St. Xaxicri :S«U. came down through the vent, Junction City: Leoville High: Si tribute tickets. 'ley: Jack and Jay Lee Krauss, '' olln<; ' AH leaders are urged to he pros-gypsum Valley: Merlan Almqiiist, Sacrecl Cut to pick " n lir*\rnte- /,.- it.-.-.. Smnl.-\- A'irit'- At-i-in M^«,; n c Park boys. District — Lawrence .._ _~ , . , _ rr ,„ Tlckcts are bel "S sold by mem-; Miss Livingston is in Salina for of drunken driving dismissed and: bers of the P° sl Md wl " be avalj -;a 2-week workshop. She will devote remanded to police court. | able at tne rioor - (the morning to 4H Club leaders. Trial opens in appeal of award! Tnere are e'S' 1 ' ^i' 5 in lhe P° st -lClubs from Saline and all counties in highway land condemnation 1 The leaders are Bill Harper sr.,;jn the north-central Kansas area brought by Mr. and Mrs. Howard.advisor; Lee Manners, assistant| a re invited to participate in the j Johnson. i advisor, and Jack Price, senior'program, expected to last about j r , v F nHp ipt uly ~ freacnc ^ Burroff,! crew N leader. 2Vi hours. April 1 Iw in the shop to assist him parl Ewell West will lead the one for Thc committee members are Or- offercVa't Man-mount 01' lhe time until Jane. . Buy Seoul troop leaders. ;villc Hawline, Gypsum: Howard. Invitations were sent Groevers h:is been assocmleii At » le opening of the meeting. priM - Salina. and Lawrence Beck- willi Mueller's Flowers in Wichita Anno Livingston, recreation spec- Dr - Sali »a- Accompanying the com- ]r) of as Moral anist ami designer. .ia'isl, will talk. She will j.j vc :niiltcc will be Brace Rowley, coun-. views and advice on recreational'^ a sent. Assistiii': him in ho his wife. Viola, Hie shop will who attended, mc " lotls - club members to be i-isiled fur-' K.-uisas Wesleyan 1'nivcr.sily throe years before her Thc simp's original owners, known in business circles as Ann Flynn rtiisso and Fran Jiorris, will rrnre from hiisines's to devote '.heir !i:;ic !n their homes. Gu - v Campbell, ticket chairman cludc Sal 'y Stauffpr. Willing Work- marriaee • for lhc Scout E;; P°sition. will dis-' e ": "wnna Stauffcr, Sunny Val- W- • up The Salina .tniimai, Inc. .iTo Show Alaska jVacation Pictures of the canopy over the grill and _ ,. , . spread into the roof over the dining Tampa high school :< and knchcn area . i flcarl Lathcdral High:; A cook. M«. Eva Elberl. 118'i, tickets for their Smoky View. Arvin Martin. Smo- Kark hl ' h school: Ml - ^armel S. .ith, also was in the kitchen wheni jky View: David and Stanley Jones.- Wlcmta; and Allrnra h 'Sh school.• lh(! f irc w . as discovered. They were! Sunny Valley. : To Get Acquainted ! frying chickens. There was no onej . A gel-acquainted program i? be- in the dining section. j ling planned by the Marymount: Smclled 8moke | jAtnletic Club for Saturday morn-; - We kept snlcUing smoke b utj 1 *' i couldn't find out where it "A'as com-' Sgt. York Gets Out Of Hospital ln "£>pt siiurday «t{ Pictures of Alaska, taken on lasl r&A!r^rvflrT P -: S !' mmer ' s vacalion tr 'P- will be| NASHVILLE, Tenn. iP-Sgt. Al-i plai " its Purpose. Samples of their 1 cleaned" out a couple of months r..-,. K.-IM.,. m,d. r «i-shown Friday night at the First ; vin C. York, Tennessee's World I work wil1 be on display. : ago ." Gordon said. \viililcy Austin | Metl _ lodist church by tlie Rev. W.jWar I hero, returned to his home 1 Students will act as hostesses in! Between £50 and $75 worth of! pastor, and Vctra' at fall Mall. Tenn., Wednesday. cach department. Faculty heads! prepared food and about $100 worth) r. \Vnnd\vnril 0. JIulvaney, Ifahn and Then, each department will ex-ling from. We had the greascj Ardycc Freeman, : aflcr being released from Saint are to bc introduced and the visit- '. of canned goods were lost. Gordon; Tli« elinlviMy to tlie UB« (or pubJIc.illon o( trip «U lhe IOMI news fr-lntcd In thla ncwi- rul'or. iu well a. all AP ncn-« dli. pntchca. SiiSnSim6>TiiATi» Rr Carrier m Snllrtn-- Single Copy ic. Sunn*,)' 10t Oo« i 30c or > monlri. II) .Mnll— In K'urms One ycsf JO W. (I M^, lr,.'"l. S Mdnllu KM. I Mor.l.'i J] I, 1 , , -' : _ Ifutc h inso ". The two teachers nc- 1 Thomas hospital here. i«rs arc to have an opportunity to. said. Gordon estimated his equip-; lne Mulvaneys on the! At 'endants said his condition was ta '^ with them. jmcnt damajcs at between $800! | ''satisfactory" after recover- A lunch is to be served at noon J and $1000. His stock and equipment; There will be two showings, at: mg from a cer cbral hemorrhage' 1 7 and 8:15. ' ; suffered last month. i Mr. Mulvancy says there have! jwere insured. to '""ibeen so many requests by those;Avert Strike itm' ° llllssed ' ne pictures when theyj DFTRQIT ' i were shown last fall, that '"" .Ifulchinson woman agreed to a special trip at this lime to them again. Band Leader's Garage Burns — A strike of 2,M«: BENNINGTON'-Fircmcn Thurs-'ing Damages to the building rCP ° rted ncary In Salina dial 1X163— Weekdays, heiwecn B.-OO andi There will be no charge and any- 7.30 pm. .one intercsled is welcome lo at- Sunday's, between 3 and 10 am. i tend. . ------- . ....... . ..... mod to start when union nnd man- i The Dale were estimated at $1000, Gordon said. JThe fire spread in the atlic and: : firemen cut holes in both the ccil : ' i roof to fight the blaze. damage! Tnc soutn wa " of thc hui1din S landsman' was damaged to some extent. Mrs. Norton said she was not sure caught (irc : whether or not thc building is in- agemcnt negotiators agreed to siuVaftcr trash had been burned. Dale sured. mil claims and disputes to arbiira-jis leader of the Black and Goldi Gordon said thfi cafe will rcopenj tion. iBanri, S-cily organizatinn. soon as repairs can be made.I KIRK CUIKK .1. K. Tfnvln insiicrl.' ilnmsfff (o ,l<-rrv'<i caff In Tlniisdny morning blam, orlginalcd ntar Hue at upper left. (.IOLR\,U, PHOTO)

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