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   Emporia Weekly Gazette, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1951, Emporia, Kansas                                THE VOLUME LY EMPORIA KANSAS THURSDAY EVENING JANUARY 18 1951 Lyon Delegation At Arn Inaugural Harmony Reigns as Republicans Launch New Kansas Regime By a Staff CorresQgndent Kansas Republicans attending festivities at Topeka Monday to In augurate Edward F Arn as the 32nd governor of Kansas appeared to be in favor of harmony and economy Despite rumors of a row over party organization for the 1951 legislat ive session all the rumbling of dis unity died aborning Tn both the House and Senate caucuses Monday the administration slate was adopted in toto with little for mality In inaugural formalities and at huddles of legislators in the lobbies the economy keynote cen tered around dim outlooks for new state taxes and at least lip service i to proposals for reduction of taxes t and general belt tightening but holding the advancement for essenj tial highway and progressive proj grams for the state institutions All this is keyed mainly to the imcerj tainty in the international situation i and need for mobilizing the nations resources for military and civilian defense j i And the outlook is ihe linehold i Ing on appropriations will be gen erally accepted This Ls illustrated in the attitude of Pres David L MacFarlanc who expects some par ing of the proposed biennial budget lor Emporia Slate college which in cludes a request for a new science building Lyon county had its usual bood representation in Topeka for the iiuuiguriii were among Use weekend vanguard and did not return until today The group from Emporia included District Judge and Mrs Jay Sulli van Mr and Mrs Harold P Trus ler Mr and Mrs W I Singular Mr and Mrs Warren Foster Mr and Mrs Elmer W Sirdhoff Mr iCilll Blaze in Smoke House Causes Heavy Damage at Femeslits Several Other Fires From Fridays Dully Emnorias first major fire of 1951 Rfnifk the Fauestil packing com pany this morning causing dam ages estimated after a preliminary survey of several thousand dollars The blnze started when grease dripping from sausage being smok ed in tiie south of the build ing caught firo in the oven room Jin the and spread to the i smoking houses above The WOMAN FAINTS FALLS IN STREET Mrs Glen English 030 East was remitted to Newman Memorial County hospital this afternoon about 2 oclock for observation alter she fainted and fell in the street at Fifth and Merchant a few minutes earlier Before beiig tnksn to the hospital in an am bulance Mrs English had revived enough to talk with policemen but unable to recall any incidents leading up to her fall Arson Probe Begins Officials from the state fire marshals office have been called to Emporia to investigate a case cf arson which occurred in Em poria Tuesday morning The fire was caused when some one put a narepot near the Ivan Schmidt home at 2l5L Neosho started shortly after 9 and causing clapboards on the side of was rnt broyrrht under control the house u be charred Police til about oclock Every piece and firemen here in Emporia also ot thc citys firefjfhtmg equip are working on the case mcnt except one rmcicnt truck was called into service An crucial of the loss will have to until packing com pany officials can survey the j attf to nieru stored in the building i to i from the Isfuvy nnd from oil 1 Uie burning portion of the builu m Emporia Chiropractors Privets Plane Comes to Grief Naur Cfarksviife Mo Ilosjjpli 44 an Em but the with Ilk Prices Up 2 Cents a Quart Increase Announced By Emporia Firms info Effect Monday Prom Fridays Dally tra at and Mrs H E notel Snturday January 20 oRSton Mr and Mrs J luncheon will aivon to the Broadview The to honor elocted on the Fred Clops Hartel Dr David L the D Gus Fish Arciiie L Muddem j Lon county Republican a legislative chairman of the Broth November erhood of Railway Clerks Miss Claudia A Williams jMiss Beniic IN CALL rOlt WHS FOWsS Amcricus Man Namsd to Head County No Changs in Dates Ford Mrs Lena Jones Merwin for work Everett E Steorrrmn Frank Kiene Oi repairing and leaky roofs Ernest Fowl or of Americus Mrs Fred Shaw Mrs Frank SuciI of lu Jyon county courthouse and county comnrsicuer from tiv Madison Man Hurt Eugene Brown of was seriously injured about 10 nclotk this morning when his car a curve shout six north of i Allen Ktis bdn1 ireiiicd u New j man Memorial i His doctor said this that Brown sviff erf d i fivore on the iifad cuts ilif an nkiru employes who directed fire mtn throtnh the buildup to ad abouc thrre hours earlier Tie Emporia aviator wns ciiroute Milk prices in Emporia moved up two cents a quart effec tive next Monday January 15 The increase announced day by four of the towns major processors and distributors of milk and milk products The piIce in crease extends from producer to consumer and makes the price to producers at least those with grade A the highest ever paid in Emporia It will follow prices effective in the Topeka mar ket area where milk prices recently were hiked in line wth a market administration directive of the board of agriculture The new price for Grade A pas teurized and homogenized milk de livered in glass bottles to consum ers door steps effective Monday will be 22 cents a quart Notices to consumers of the increase are being sent out without delay Processors and distributors an nouncing the 2cenc increase were the Victory Creamery the Hoch dairy The Lyon county sanitarian and Emporia milk inspector Carl Kurt ish today said that the Hoch and Victory companies were certified for Grade A milk and the Wood land Park dairy for Grade C pas teurized and homogenized milk The Woodland dairy said its new effective a quart operator of he had the plans to Increase that he probably would the 2cent increase the retail price of his milk to 17 cents a quart Places milk is classifed as Grade C by the one of the towits enthusiasts left positions from which to i the to City Manager for for LU j exrra prrsure and Pan rQs handle Eivcrii fur shutting down j tiv Eniporia operations in order that more preoi sure could ba obtained with which 1Iirirui Alr at Miami to light The During the anti nK to Cuba home from a souther a trip milk inspector cording to reports from the Emporia i Wholesale price of milk to re airport Sunday De He liad attended the On dock and R M Roberts Three Emporia hih school stunt 10 dents were among the 400membcr Kansas hirih school delegation pres ent for the inaugural festivities They attended the formalities at the Topeks Municipal auditorium roamed over the capitol and were presented to Governor Arn at a special reception for them in the governors flowerbanked office Monday afternoon The Senior high honor students from Emporia were Marc Hurt Belva Ames and Kav Jail will be by the Lyon Lyon second turned injured eye and a back injury county commissioners at thrir office chairman of the board of commis The car hit a culvert ck the murninc of Thurs sinners Monday follow through the air about 30 for Courthouse to Have Photostat Machine Equipment fo Preserve Records 5s Installed In Register of Deeds Office The commission is ing the seating of Ted Newcomer bounced when it landed in a field first district commissioner who rolled about 70 feet artd turned up j was elected to succeed Free Fowside down It was demolished Much of meat Hcnging in Building Is Rtaze at Warren Home to th Fnncstil Pruknvr and in a lire Friday cf thc battle four lines were 1ctuni trip to Emporia he had was minted n1 ac in to id ju tors rnrnt Much of the meat which was hanging in i vas caused at the in the building was damrinccl by Lorcn H Flowers home 934 Gar smoke from the fire which started field at oclock The in cpenricn pouring water on the relusIecL his portions of the buildI Friday 2pluce plane at afternoon The plane was demolished in the tailers the downtown neighbor hoed and suburban food markets also will be raised two cents a quart for milk in paper containers The processors tic not set the price the retailers establish for their customers and prices have varied somewhat on the retailers mark up Prices of other dairy product according to the Associated jalso wil1 up next week in pro Pres conditions wcreiortion to milkincluding such only marginal for firing in the Iitcms as cottage cheese butter ler The motion to Mr Fow Schlichter They were accompanied Photostatic reproduction by Mr and Mrs K E Schlichter j ana ietrnl instruments in tl One dclcKation the hh school county of dcods ofii will start thi week of a machine iliary prarted bouehr ftroup of which Gov Arn made spe cial mention was the 12member senior class from tht K art ford high school They were taken to To peka in cars by Mr and Mrs j equipment from the Photostutic I James C McKinney Mayor and j Corporaion Rocieter i Y Th Mrs D McCoy and Supt and J mrichine and supplies cost around Mrs M F Holmes Mrs coinny report j ney former vice chairman of tiic1 Thephotostat in anparntiw an Republican state committee the i sentcd the Hartford students to j part a Governor Arn Part of the group iMt up in thr remained in Topeka Monday ninht 1 corner of Brown was fcund by Charles Kaufman of Alien walking down the road a few minutes after the accident Kaufman took him to Alien and Lee Lewder brought him to Emporia to other sections of the building i attached to the home One roirn and a part of another quickly to the home 01 R P 627 cf the It spread although vas confined is Tcs n Wh a f for the reception and dance at the Capitol Members the class who made the trip were Carolyn KelJey thc top honor student Pattie Edwards Carl Elliott Gerald Lillian Bar bara Gorman Ann McCoy ODonnell Jerry ODonnell Bev erly Smith Kenneth Pect Dick Wilson and Edna Wood County G O P Chairman James main room of the register of This area Is to be oft from the remainder of the Principal part of the nnpartus include rle largo cam era mercury lamps drying units print washing tank trimlne and Yield of 25 Bushels Per Are Exceeds AI Other Kansas Counties The Flint Kills nrea of Kansas crow the most productive wheat in thf state 1950 Chase county led the 105 countcs with an avcr 1 sge yield of bishep an acre for 1 a prodtiction of bushels on only The whrat in Lyon county locationwas about 45 miios north in mllk price and dairjmens and west of St Louis Hoeppli had Iprocessors were mention ed today by Willis D Jones at Emporia vice president of the Kan plaiie on crosscounsry flights Includinga number to St Louis He wars a member of the sas Ice Cream arid Milk Inc and also manager of the to be out j flown his plane to the wes The of j mid Pacific Northwest nun which made a Kansas Flying i HJIQ aiso r Farmer flight Mexico and had creamaiy Jones saia that in tne summer of 1950 the price of whole milk to Grade A producers was 86 cents per pound of butterfat content and that the price now is an in crease of percent Last summers home delivered price of Grade A milk in Einporia was as low as 18 cents a quart at I The new price of 22 cents will be Local j an increase of percent Mr Ma Jjnes explained He added that Flastrrcrs International Union cost of glass milk bottles has ad Installation L marie C A of City d sion office mannyer for the Phi comptiny rtobcrt bv 11 board ehRirimu was by Hionpr and by Both nnd wrre elected in After the the report reipnsx bv thr federal statistichin H L Collins of Other Kansas Flint hills counties i with hiiih average yields iast yrar included GrernworxJ Bltlfr Coffry bushels and Morris count mcre hy G C a fire t n e K So y a The cars on ilt DraiFourfsen More paper bo cents an hour from the i Products wax used on the contain to Juries said ths increased tornry Putnam will RO to Tonekn i hr deputy how to ant n second bv Lnrkin r was Thursday for sessions of the operate the equipment i voted to namj Th as the lative committee of the Kansas j Thc machine will produce photof crtuntys official for Ic of Municipalities Putnam cpifs of the Icgal in that than c porin territory 1 bushels onto A rar Irainnp to n Firemen ri tjovos strecr in front rorn Lyon County notices have one out for 14 Lyon men from the Seiciiv 5rvro the Civic win ieavo tor j M3W Machine in Use ers is 14 percent higher The Beatrice Foods Products scrsle will appiy to buildings I company from its Topefca branch coriKtruction wmch were con asam Is seeking an Emporia II January 1 1051 unty in the Ern of the X pharmncy th hft on was acres was year hart Ofps Prcncses to induciinu Janustry 21 i T y are Llovd Staicv 211 South Richard roi Lnwrcnrn Robert S Lee 320 TwrUth Jtirrirs Shier liHi VAish Robert Tholon 70f Thc machine in cense to distribute milk in Emporia The application to city officials tras refwTed to Dr C H Munger county health officer who replied that the license would be issued owruTon at the of docds providing the Beatrice company uogn filed would comply with an Emporia Mcnciny were phnlosrnphecl on the milk ordinance requirements on machine Thnrsriay The permits These include registra will bo filed in tion at 25 cents each of all cows of from which milk would be taken re great for delivery and sale in Emporia office i and posting of T B free certifi cates for all such cows The com Milo W Smton Democrat rep stsllnriort veil be published bv tne j resentative from the Lyon county countv commission inter Vest Side or 45th District was elected secretary of the Democratic house of representative caucus at the Demos delegation orscanivation cf Five Monday Sutton is one of the 20 Democratic members of the house in which thrre Is an overwhelming majority of 105 Re publican members At the periodi cal caucuses durinc the lecislative in More Than Fifth of Lyon Populalion Attends Some School Wtfhrn the County Mere than onefifth of Lvon Arson Attempt m Emnoria s Foiled tys loading of bushels i nersrly three trmt of n I section of the states princi From Drtitv All ntirrnpt TO fire to an Em paria house was foiled this morn incr when prwrrsby noticrd a flarepot sit tins so near a house j that the wood near it charred iFire and policr believe that the is arson Tii To Greyed for Materials for Foundation Of ESrafe Building Are Has Construction Contract 27 nt the court n rioposal to of trrtct and the trrcrs a rnKhv ptibliration iu Tiurs cays twice more on succrcding The list of nwn mnny wellknown persons nnd rrjkicnts at Olpe If thc i mnterinlly increase thf size i of the thirdclaps ritv Richnrd at th so1 Cougrow session Sutton will be the stcrefciry tack of shineles Fire Chirf C C ShortV John printed Monday for advance dis two private secondary sam person who was peeping Into schools arc Roosevelt Hi eh school ine covemors secre pany filed an application for an beer Emporia license last year and the De same stipulations were cited by county commis Dr Munger The company did not ic Tvvin meet them it is said on grounds of Em that it takes milk from thousands of cows in the Topeka area and registering all of them would be too expensive The Topeka company cited that i its milk grades 90 percent or more Jon the state health office score sheet and that was confirmed ia Eniporia this week by viisting state miik inspector who indicated the state health department would have nc objection to the sals ci j the companys miik here as as a satisfactory grading is main ained tribution by with 83 students and 19 instructors i The flnre was taken from a bar with an ricnd in the alley near the our teach Schmidt home and set acainst the enrollment for house Fire officials say the flare In Topeka Monday January 29 At thc College cf Emporia Ls listed tt could not have accidentally roiled i K8qSter tary Stewart Newlin Next big political powwow of at Olpc terest tu LVQU county Republicans enrollment of 53 under fo be the Kansas Day ceremonies j crsTic autumn enroll In Topeka Monday January 29 At College cf Emporia Ls listed tt could not hav Topeka considerable comment wfth 31 faculty members EIYJ near the house heard among the inaugural crowd statc college had on the selection of U S Senator and a faculty numbering 123 MARRMGE Joseph McCarthy as the Kansas Day speaker Preparations to round up a large Lyon county dele gation for Kansas Day will be Next Monday Souders as a sprdsl in the f intelligence corps and as an in sfnictor in counter ntelli5encc Try Souders mid their two DR P W 2IORGAN wcs the first physiefan to list his mme Dynamite Sabotage Rumor Is Exploded Hot from switch shanties and the around the Santa Fe depot came rumors early today that a sabotage attempt had been made to destroy a major Santa Fe bridge in the Emporia territory Principal version of the story was that a farmer coonhunter had found a case of dynamite underneath Santa Fe bridge and that the re port brought an influx of Santa Fe bulk to investigate After tracing a number of fanrn leads a Gazette reporter was in formed by a Santa Fe official on circumstances which probably ig nited the rumor Santa Fe special officers did investigate the finding by a farmer of a box ol dyna mite in some weeds along a fence near but off Santa Fe rightofway The location was In the Holliday Fred K Sickier E Miss Martha Nell Poole of New Lecna M Maliein York City has arrived In Emporia j for a visit wiUi her parents Mr made tit luncheon sponsored by and Mrs James A Poole 904 Shcr the Lroa County Republican Ceawood All doctors who have not i tered or are not members of rechildren 1 I nave been stolen and hidden in the Enwrson C Betty Jean Cooper Eniporia Lee Kush Emporia CM3ene June James Eropotla ficc Tlus includes all doctors of medicJne dentists end veterinar is ians f Mrs Robert Voder and children in World War II from October 1DJ3 unlit May 1M6 with the weedy fence row Reports are the j of Peabody visited relatives and Ispcndms a year and a half ovrrrcss in a European theater general liosI dynamite was turned over to John shopped here today piUL Gazette photo and engraving sou county   

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