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   Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - October 24, 1957, Garden City, Kansas                                r 2 44 Garden City Telegram Forecast Drizzly and Cold VOLUME 28 GARDEN OCTOBER 1957 Sixteen Pages Number 295 J Labs Too Swamped for We Have Asian Doctors Agree A tot more people were groan Shots will give some immunity ing with aches and pains in just one or two at least and going to doctors offices in enough to lighten the effect of the increasing numbers to get aid for j he sniffles and j Many of the patients coming to That was report of county doctors offices complain of aches health oificer John Turner but few of them are having the 102 103 degree temperatures that ac company Asian They are victims of the usual kind of flu that frequently makes the rounds this time of he Although none of the ailments have been officially diagnosed Asian Turner said he thinks doctors will have to consi der some of the cases are Asian i and that the malady is pro bably in To get an official diagnosis from state laboratories will take from 3 to 4 Turner j State lab facilities are swamp asked us to send sam1 pies just for spot identification I now and say that it will take alj most a month to get a reliable report back he City schools today had not re ported a marked increase in ab sences due to flu and other But illness had taken a toll in attendance at rural Lincoln Only 17 out of 52 pupils were present Local doctors received some shipments of Asian flu vaccine to day and Turner It has been in general short supply here and over the Id urge people who havent received the protection of ino culations to do so right away Turner this Frost Sets Stage For Milo Harvest Jack Frost gave Southwestern Kansas farmers the yellow caution light last night for the goahead on the 1957 milo harvest to be one of the best in recent years in the The weatherman coated the corner of the state with with the seasons first frost and subfreezing temperatures early this chilling the area with readings as low as 31 Farmers are now looking for a suetch of drying weather that will switch the caution light to the green goahead Although the frost last night was enough to stop new growth in the milo local agriculture experts said the drying stretch will be needed to reduce moisture The warmer and more the they The first frost of the fall was 11 days off the according to the Garden City experiment station The average first frost over a longtime period is The station recorded the lowest reading of the night with 31 Intown the mercury dipped to an unofficial Fund Money Is Roiling in Money was coming Into United Fund headquarters at a fast pace today so fast that office sec retary Andy Ott was hard put to find time to count By noon more than had been added to the The total was Fifty canvassing THE GOAL fast facts SYRIAN Foreign Minister Salaft Bitar met with Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold today and a reliable Arab source said they discussed the possibility of Hammarskjold personally investi gating the TurkishSyrian border The informant said Bitar took Sputnik Time Not wanting to be left out of I shall attempt to crowd into a busy schedule this evening between Mickey Mouse club and supper a few minutes for Sput Sputnik is due over this area at precisely 8 To be more ex act Sputniks rocket is due over at that Sputnik itself comes past 10 minutes or so but you cant see thinking macbirws at the Smithsonian institute have it fig ured that the looking about as bright as the North will pass abeam of Oklahoma City at exactly 6 and by one minute later will be in the neigh borhood of In it should be visible in the southeast sky from coming out of the southwest and traveling across toward the north the matter up with Hammarskjold in an hours private talk in the latters ofice in New THE STOCK MARKET held yes terdays gains and improved them a little For the full please turn to Page KANSAS traffic deaths continu d to run just about 100 behind ast year at the same The atest including the death f a Scott City is A year go it was A sugges ion as to what Kansas might do o keep and improve the ee todays editorial EIGHT Negro students enter ed Little Rocks Central High School today without a military escort for the first time sine ethey egan attending classes at the previosly allwhite school a month ago under protection of federal roops I think it was nice of them to arrange it during a station Dont Forget To Call We did pretty well yesterday re porting the Kansas insurance con vention and the people ffho went except that we didnt mention Henry a past president of the whole shebang who gave the reports and functioned in a con siderable role at the We wont piead entirely guilty The advertising agency hired by the insurance men did not mention either none of the insurance men thought to call the paper to say they or any one else was going and our dial ing finger gets sore if we call all the agencies in town to ask who THE SOVIET Union is sending one its top Marshal Konstantin to com mand its forces on the Turkish Diplomatic observers in London said the transfer of former Soviet proconsul of Po was another Russian propa ganda move to keep Middle East tension alive and bolster Syria in its cold war with Westernallied PRESIDENT Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Macmilaln today reached basic agreement on pooling scientific and weapons de velopment They named two groups Of ex perts to work out specific recom in the atomic and missiles A SPECIAL advisory committee today told Gov George Docking there should be increased loca responsibility for care in menta and uberculosis health programs The committee said state insti tutions should provide only those specialized services and intensive therapies not practical at the com munity TODAY he town in a doortodoor had turned in There vere still 275 residential workers who hadnt Jaycees con tinued to bring in pledges of pay roll Two more firms received red feather awards All of the Homecoming Hopefuls Senior candidates for high school homecoming queen Friday night are Sally Judy Anderson and Linda One of the threa reign over the homecoming danca Anofher One HAYS UP Observers on the lookout for Sputnik here last night did not sight the Russianlaunched moon but said they saw some thing John a Fort Hays State College said the Kansas Plastic Pipe had pledged money to the Smith Sand was also a new honor roll Damned Spot W Traf fic officer Helsel arrested Frank Livingston he the plumber had erased a chalk mark from the tire of his park ed Helsel said Livingston had ob structed an officers duties be cause the chalk marks are used to identify overtime contended consti tuted destroying Municipal Judge Donald Wright dismissed the He ruled that evidence is not evid ence unless a crime is commit ted and the city has no or dinance forbidding erasing chalk the Before reaching over Head it came to a stop and after hovering for a moment made a rapid ascent and The Weather By Weather Banna Phone 4313 Intermittent light rain or drizzle with cant to northeasterly 10 15 and In upper 30s to lower 40s to night Friday Intermittent light rain or continued cold with some clearing hy evening northerly winds IS afternoon temperaturea in SunrlHn Sunnet Relative humidity Weather observations ending at GST Station GARDEN CITY 58 Dodce City 60 Goodl and G4 28 Liberal 58 59 40 Pratt 57 40 38 Denver 60 37 Guymon 61 34 66 64 31 Scott City Girl Dies After Crash SCOTT CITY Judy 16yearold Scott City high school died yesterday afternoon from injuries suffered in a one car crash north of here Tuesday Three other youths were Crosby Weds I LAS Bing Crosby and Kathy the pret ty browneyed starlet he began dating three years surprised friends and fans by driving here Penny and Susie Arent Friends Baby Elephant Boarder and a Pet Beaver Are Newest Arrivals at Zoo A baby who doesnt seem too happy as yet in Garden and a halfgrown beaver xave new homes at Lee Richard son The a 6year is here just for the Shell quarter with the zoos per manent elephant 19year old Susie belongs to Jack who has an amusement park in The who for now is liv ing on monkey is a gift of Leon game protector at two elephant ladies arent happy about sharing the same home right but zoo superin tendent Claude Owens thinks that will Susie got here Tuesday and shes cried almost ever since Owens Penny has been offering no The two are chained apart right but Owens saps hell unchain them they get used to each Moral at the story When you are going to a convention or throwing a or having trip or founding a business call up and tell us about Wed love to see your name in the paper Musical Accompaniment The Future Homemakers con vention at Syracuse yesterday had its lively the one when John Throckmorton and Winter just abou stepped smack on a rattlesnake sunning himself on the sidewalk All the school children crowded in for a looksee and corralled the critter in atrash where he shook out a greeting with all ten of his Tne Dodge City was there for the sponded by striking up a j The Rattlesnake some body says it I wouldnt swear to WhoM Move Th latest residential real es tate flurry School chief Lecpy Hood has bought the Roley home at 817 will move there soon from 1001 New tenants at the North Main address will be the Dick Briggs Walls owns the And Doc Fairbairn of the Reeve clinic has bought depart ing city engineer Karl Svatys place at 402 vill move there soon from 401 He hopes I thought Penny would be hap py for the Before we got shed been with other and we thought shed and getting The couple obtained a marriage license shortly boforc 9 m and said they were driving to Yer 350 miles for the wedding they went to Anns Catholic Church hcrc and were married by John Ryan is a Miss was converted to Cath olicism after their romance be The ceremony was private ma daughter of Jewell of Scott Present were the best tron of Ryan and two altar Did Ryan know about it in advance I knew last he Of he added He was rather a He fooled all you This referred to Bings state ment to newsmen after getting the license that the ceremony would be in Newsmen did not attempt to foHow the couple She was the and Leo Injured were Kay and Joe both of Scott and Gerald of Ness who received minor cuts and was released from tho hospital McMillan and Miss Tucker suf fered severe cuts and bruises and concussions and are in Scott Coun ty hospital for They werc reported as improved today The four youths were injurec when the driven by McMil went out of control when i missed a corner of a county roa 20 miles northwest of Scott City and rolled over owner of the 1953 Pack ard and the least injured of tho walked IVfe miks for help Accordlna to Sheriff Bob Brit all four of the car occupants were riding in the front Possible charges are pending further the shcrlf Miss Jewells death was due to a brain concussion and inlerna An emergency operation was but proved fruit Many Scott Citians donated blood for the dead Funeral services will be helc theyll become good went to wedding the Sands Hotel for a Church Secretary Is when they left the license Pastor Knifed After the ceremony the couple1 NKW ORLEANS bandit slashed to death a church secre tary today after kidnaping her anc her pastor as they left their Cana The pastor was slashed anc j beaten during a wild ride in hi LEAVENWORTH OB Donald ew his congregation Lee accused theji left bound and 60Day Sentence for Running Down a Farmer like to have Susie around for the I of running down a farmer with Dead js Miss Maud Lind sentenced secretary of John s Lutheran But that so hasnt been the case his was yesterday to 60 days in jail and fined Judge Tom The Martin Holls Boone of Leaveni69 was treated at a hospital for will bc a permanent iwortn handed down the sentencejknife wounds of the throat and zoo after tne youth was convicted of head Attendants said be It was found last spring by a friend of game protector The baby beaver was by the Solo mon river and its mother was leaving the scene of an Ragen was the driver of one two cars that recently drove inJWind Up by 10 and circled the barnyard of Edi But No Game High school homecoming festi vities will go as scheduled Friday ven without a homecoming foot all The scheduled Hays Garden ity meet here was canceled when flu hit the Hays and local officials have been unable to book substitute Student council members in a special session yesterday after noon voted to go ahead with their annual activity parade down main street start Ing at Friday afternoon will kick off the in the parade will be floats from 10 high school organ the high school and two junior high bands and queen can didates and their Queen candidates arc Judy An Linda Thomas and Sally The girls are and one will be elected queen by the football Junior attendants are Barbara Maglaras and Edith Nusscr and Judith Anderson and Sherri Bion di are sophomore Tht homecoming dance be held at Alta Brown auditorium with crowning ceremonies begin ning at After a short floor music for dncing will be furnished by the Merrymakers from Garden Local Soldier Dies in Korea Nicolas Garden City sol dier serving in was acci dentally killed on accord ing to word received here by his Margaret 912 According to the report he died of knife Circumstances were not The 20yearold soldier was born in June Funeral arrangements are in Garnand funeral home will be in dead beside a beaver dam on the j S0n on Rural Route The finder brought the The 50yearold farm the youths mal to He took the beaver home and Joan George GETTING ACQUAINTED but not too happy about it were the elephant at the Lee Richardson and her guest for the younger Park employe Frank Holmes is in the he and members of his family bottlefed it on a formula of can ned vitamins and The pet took a daily plunge in the Hopkins When the beaver passed baby hood Hopkins started looking for a home for his He told his good friend Thayne former Telegram about wanting to give the beaver to some Smith suggested sending it to Garden The little animal arrived here Garden Sass As soon as they lick cancer and the common I hope tbsy do something about Wednesdaynight Thats the ailment common to us husbands who never get dessert on that being the night the bridgeclub girls meet and Set Dates on Hospital FundRaising Effort I Three redletter days were ciritotal necessary to complete the Icled today asthe steering comrernodeling and expansion of er attempted to stop and to hold them for the sheriff but was knocked down by Ragens car and I Hurt at Friend DAIHA Wall imlttee of stCatherine hospi ryorkmen Is UOing YVeil tal campaign prepared for the A construction worker vas Inserlous business of raising iured on a job rtt Friend school O00 but hes getting Those dates are well in Catherine hospital toi pattern gifts drive will start Catherine Total cost of the program will amount to an estimated The rest will icome from federal aid from a past when drives and from the his doctor the start of the general and Howard Frye of rural and the employed on the Friend school Concluding day of the fund construction job by Madden Con struction was Toward tht of the month hurt yesterday Workjthe special gifts section of the men were unloading a load of drive will get officials Special gifts volunteers will Dominican Organization for the allout drive is progressing steer ing committee spokesmen due to the United Fund appeal now being conducted in the coun All told approximately 500 per One side of the load was let contact all Garden City businesses to the ground by a Thejfor other suspended in swung over and hit Fryes He suffered two fractured met atarsal bones and received bruis es on his For Garden City and Finney county the goal is the largest capital funds campaign in their The is only half of the sons will act as solicitors during the 6week The second installment of a Question Box on the drive appears on Page 16 of todays Readers are to submit their own questions to tht   

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