Garden City Telegram, October 24, 1957

Garden City Telegram

October 24, 1957

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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - October 24, 1957, Garden City, Kansas 2 p.m. Temp*ratort 44 (harden City Telegram Todd/* Forecast Drisxly and Cold VOLUME 28 GARDEN CITY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1957 Sixteen Pages Number 295 Lobs Too Swamped for Tests, but- Yes, We Have Asian Flu, Doctors Agree A KH more people were groan- Shot* will giv# some immunity ing with aches and pains today, in just one or two days, at least and going to doctor’s offices in enough to lighten the effect of the increasing numbers to get aid for illness, he said, colds, flu, sniffles and coughs. Many of the patients coming to That was the report of county doctor's offices complain of aches health officer Dr. John W. Turner and pains, Dr. Turner said, but few of them are having the 102-103 degree temperatures that accompany Asian flu. They are victims of the usual kind of flu that frequently makes the rounds this time of year, he said. Although non# of the ailments have been officially diagnosed Asian flu, Dr. Turner said he thinks doctors will have to consider some of the cases are Asian! flu. and that the malady it probably in town. To get an official diagnosis from state laboratories will take from 3 to 4 weeks, Dr. Turner said. “State lab facilities are swamped. They’ve asked us to send samples just for spot identification i now and say that it will take almost a month to get a reliable report back here,”, he said. City schools today had not re- j ported a marked increase in absences due to colds, flu and other ailments. But illness had taken a toll inj attendance at rural Lincoln school. J Only 17 out of 52 pupils were present today. Local doctors received some shipments of Asian flu vaccine today and yesterday, Dr. Turner caid. It has been in general short supply here and over the state. "I’d urge people who haven't received the protection of in® emulations to do to right away, Dr. Turner said. Frost Sets.Stage For Milo Harvest Jack Frost gave Southwestern Kansas farmers the yellow caution light last night for the go-ahead on the 1957 milo harvest —expected to be one of the best in recent years in the area. The weatherman coated the corner of the state with with the season’s first frost and sub-freezing temperatures early this morning, chilling the area with readings as low as 31 degrees Farmers are now looking for a st-etch of drying weather that will switch the caution light to the green go-ahead signal. Although the frost last night was enough to stop new growth in the miio fields, local agriculture experts said the drying stretch will be needed to reduce moisture content. “The warmer and more humid, the better,” they added. Th# first frost of the fall was ll days off the pace, according to the Garden City experiment station records. The average first frost over a longtime period is Oct. 13. The station recorded the lowest reading of the night with a 31 degrees. In town the mercury dipped to an unofficial 32. Fund Money Is Rolling in Money was coming Into United1 Fund headquarters at a fast pace today — so fast that office sec-, retary Mrs. Andy Oft was hard-put to find time to count it. By noon more than $2,500 had been added to th# Fund. The total was $26,097.46. Fifty housewives, canvassing THE GOAL: j S39.520 TODAY: 526,097 fast facts ffiswssr. ss a •=* i-sar se this p.m. General Dag Ha rn rn arskjold today u.., .    ...    . ’ and a reliable Arab source said!Konstantln Roko**>v*ky’ ^ c0® they discussed th* possibility of mand ll* forces on the Turkish 1 HammarskjoAd personally investi- border. j Slating th# Turkish-Syrian border Diplomatic observers in London cn*!S' • t .    .. ...    , . said the transfer of Rokossovksy, The informant said Bitar took■    „ ...    .. J the matter up with Hammarskjold *ormer S°viel proconsul of Porn an hour’s private talk in the land, was another Russian propa-latter’s ofice in New York. ganda move to keep Middle East AAA    tension alive and bolster Syria in THE STOCK MARKET held yes-its cold war with Western-allied had turned in donations. There were still 275 residential workers who hadn’t reported. Jaycees continued to bring in pledges of payroll employes. Two more firms received red feather awards today. AU of the - - iiil I rn /rn A W ♦ Mil . „ ^ Mi . ,r-tn ^Ii V \ ^ _rjk 'Wt% ' V| f ■ ''' lir ~JJ Homecoming Hopefuls • • Jay Crook—T#t#rrm»n mutt Senior corxitdotes for high school homecoming queen Linda Thomas. One of the three coePa*w»M reign over Friday night ore Sally Sterling, Judy Anderson and the homecoming donee Another One? Scott City Girl Homecoming, HAYS ijft — Observers cm tne lookout for Sputnik here last night * A did not sight the Russian launched I J AC I \ TT Ck f moon but said they saw some- I w +J rn rn I I W I Crash But No Game thing else John Chambers, a Fort Hay* State College student, said the; student, died yesterday afternoon from injuries suffered SCOTT CITY Judy J«mU. W-ywoid Scott Cl, k* Khooi Hjfh (fhoo, on<jVities will go as scheduled Friday in employes at SmitH s’.pd^ .nd    —    -----    W    ^    ^    ""    CT**    *    ,00'- Sputnik Tim* Not wanting to be left    out of    .    .    , things I shall attempt to    crowd terday’s gains    and improved them .Turkey. SJV busy schedule this evening a little today. For the full story,;    AAA -between Mickey Mouse club and Please turn to Page 2.    PRESIDENT    Eisenhower    and suoper) a few minutes for Sput-    *    A A    British Prime Minister Macmilaln mk    KANSAS    traffic deaths continu-    today reached basic agreement on Sputnik u    due over    this area ated to run    just about IOO    behind    pooling scientific    and weapon* de- oreciseiv 3 p rn. To be    more ex-llast year at the same    time. The    velopment work act Sputnik’s rocket is    due over    latest figure, including    the death    They named two    groups of ex- at that time. Sputnik itself comes;of a Scott City girl. is 440. A year peris to work out specific recom-past IO minutes or so later, but,ago today, it was 539. (A sugges mendations, in th# atomic and you cA&’t Roe it.    t*00 as to what Kansas might do missiles fields. 'to keep and improve the record,'    AAA The thinking macNnes    at the 3ee today’s editorial page.)    A SPECIAL    advisory committee Smithsonian    institute    have it Ak*    AAA    today told Gov    George Docking ured that the rocket, looking about    eight    Negro students    enter-there should be    increased local as bright aa th* North Star, will ^ yttle Rock’s Central High responsibility for cire in mental pass abeam of Oklahoma titV at 5Cj10Oi today without a military and uberculosis health programs, exactly 6 o’clock, and by one, e#cort for the    first time sine ethey    The committee    said    state    insti- minute later will be in the neigh-    attending classes at the tutions should provide only those borhood of Topeka.    •    previosly all-white school a month    specialized services    and    intensive In between, it should    be visible    ag0 U!Kj#r protection    of federal [therapies not practical at    the cornin the southeast sky from here, troops.    rn unity level, coming out of the southwest and Kansas Plastic Pip# Co. had pledged money to the drive. Smith Sand Co. was also a new honor roll listing. Out, Damned Spot! PASADENA. Calif. Uh - Traffic officer R. E. Helsel arrested Frank Livingston after, he said, the plumber had erased a chalk mark from the tire of his parked truck. Helsel said Livingston bad structed an officer’s duties cause the chalk marks are used to identify overtime parkers. This, contended Helsel, constituted destroying evidence. Municipal Judge Donald Wright dismissed the case. He ruled that evidence is not evidence unless a crime is committed — and th# city has no ordinance forbidding erasing chalk marks.    em the south. Before reaching over head it came to a stop and after hovering for a moment made rapid ascent and diaappeared. The Weather •; Crosby Weds Starlet, B She ball game. wa. th. daughterof Ur A ^ ftctwdalvd Hays-Garden and Mrs. Leo Jewell of Scott jCity merl herf wt#    wlwn y*    flu hit th# Hays squad, and local Injured were Hay Tucker. 16, officials have been unable to book and Joe McMillan, 16, both of * substitute contest. J* <*. and Gerald Wagner,] studwit council members in a *JhM. C,t)r ,"HwmUI    yt.terdiiv    aft*. received minor cuU and bruises, nuan vo..d , on .    * I F**“—.T “'_?!! LAS VEGAS. Nev. uB - Bu* "V rei“‘«l lr“n> “>•    .civil, ,nyw,j U&T8    ,nd    Mi“    Tuck*r    ,i^n niicht Fridav tnt»rTnlttent listlit rsin I /..    .    ,    fered    severe    cuts    and    bruises and    4.$®    Friday afternoon will or eristic continued «4d with .nm#'dating three years ago, s urprisedIkick off the celebration. .By C II nk, rearing by ermine: northerly wtnds friends and fans by driving here concussion* and are in Scott Coon .    i5; afternoon temperature# in 40b.    aiKj geltjng    b hospital for treatment. They . isunriiMi T OI    ■:«!    n..    .    m.n-i.a*    were sported as improved today. se(* Relative humidity M     I    The couple obtained a marriage Relative humidity Weather observations ending at I 30 H##qj# a.m. (CST) Fr*f ington, Nev,, 350 mile* north, for IO xi    th# wedding ceremony. Station GARDEN CITY Dodae City ....... Goodland ------ Liberal ________ Russell ———. . Pratt------ I Amarillo    —- Denver__ I Guymon jLaJunla Lamar .. 54 5* 59 57 A's SO 61 55 64 2* 3ft 40 40 38 37 :u si »: license .holily befor, » . rn.    ,[“,r ■vou'1h, *"« JW •nd Mid they von- dvrvln* to Yet- •,|wn ,h* dnv"’ ^ «cM1' •- ’    Jan, went out of control when It missed a corner of a county road .    I    .    .    ..    .    ,    .20 miles northwest of Scott Qty .? .ea V. . wfl U> St. Ann.f end rolled over m Urnee. .01 Catholic Church her,.and were w ownpr of tllc m3 Pjck. r.tooir M « ard a"d ,h" Kitured of rho Croaby, 53, u a CathoBc. MU. four walkvd m mi|„ (or h„ converted to Cath- Ate,rdin# l0 sh„,f( Bob B/t. traveling across toward 'hr north penny on<| Suije Aren't Friend* Yet— Baby Elephant Boarder and a Beaver Are Newest Arrivals at I think it was nica of them to arrange it during a station break. AAA Don't Forgot To Call We did pretty well yesterday re porting the Kansas insurance convention and th# people who went except that we didn’t mention A baby elephant> who    doesn’t    iShe’ll quarter with th# zoo’s per- Henry Hall,    a past presiaen    g€cm    t00    happy as yct jn    Garden    manent elephant resident, 19-year- the whole shebang ^“°.gave    -.City,    and    a half-grown    beaver    old Penny. Susie belongs to Jack reports and    functioned in    have    new    homes at Lee Richard-    Randel, who has an amusement siderabie rol# at    son    zoo.    *    park    in Liberal. We won’t plead ®”Ure y *    The    elephant, Susie, a 6-year- The beaver, who for now is liv- however. The advertising g 0ld, is here just for the winter, ing on monkey island, is a gift hired by the insurance men did not mention H. H. either; non# <* the insurance men thought to    >_ call the paper to say    any* one else was going; and our dia log finger gets sor# d we call all: the agencies in town to ask who went. Moral of th# story:‘When you are going to a convention (or throwing a party, or having triplets, or founding a business) call up and tell us about it. We’d love to see your name in the paper. AAA Musical Accompaniment The Future Homemakers convention at Syracuse yesterday had its lively moments. . .like th# one when Mrs. John Throckmorton and Mrs. C. K. Minter just about Stepped smack on a rattlesnake sunning himself on th* sidewalk^ All the school children crowded in for a look-see and corralled the critter in a trash barrel. "jher«| he shook out a greeting with all, ten of his rattles.    J The Dodge City band, vftich was there for the meeting, responded by striking up a number “The Rattlesnake Blues,” somebody says it was. I wouldn’t swear to it, myseu ★ A A Who*# Mort? Th latest residential real estate flurry: School chief Leroy Hood has bought the E. C. Roley home at 817 Evans, will move there soon from 1001 N. Main. ; New tenants at the North Main address will be the Dick Honkies. Briggs Walls owns the bouse. . . And Doc L. E. Fairbaim of the Reeve clinic has bought departing city engineer Karl Svaty’s place at 402 Davis, ’rill move there soon from 401 £vani. Grant, 23, was oiicistn after their romance be ... .    . . ton, all four of the car occupants *a!\’    .    were    riding in the front seat. The ceremony was private.! possible* charges are pending, Present were the bet nun, nu- fuHh„ investigation, the sheriff tron of honor, Msgr. Ryan and s#id . J Miss Jewell’* death wa* due to Did Msgr Ryin know about Bi, bmn c0ncu„10I, ,„d inlern,| in advance.    injuries.    An emergency operation JL    I.    1    “was    performed,    but    proved fruit- Pet Zoo ? Crort?l he added:. ^a.wa* i##g, Many Scott Cltians donated of Leon Hopkins, game protector at Lincoln, Kas. Th# two otophant ladies aren’t happy about sharing the same home right now, but zoo superin- heH rather a detective. H« fooled *H hlood ,or the d„d jlr) tondent Claude Owens thinks that, This referred to Bing', stsle !a.p^ds*v'    *** will change.    . ment t-o newsmen after getting the Susi# got here Tuesday night, license that th# ceremony would and she’s “cried” almost ever be in Yerington. Newsmen did r, , -    . since Owens said. Penny has been not attempt to follow the couple Lnurch becrerary Is aloof, offering no sympathy. when they left th# license bureau. Slain, Pastor Knifed The two are chained apart right j    After    the    ceremony the    couple now, but Owens saps he’ll unchain    went to the Sands Hotel    for a them “‘when they get used to each wedding breakfast. other”. He hopes they’ll become good friends.    60-Day Sentence for Running Down o Former LEAVENWORTH OB - DoDald';fLew «"• *ift °J hlj congregation. La** Hazen 18 Lawrence accusedi ® bound and gagged, like to have Susie around for the of running down a fanner with: D®** h Miss Maud Lind, 57, winter.”    his automobile, was sentenced ‘,ecr(‘,ary of St. Johns Lutheran But that hasn’t been the case yesterday to 60 days in jail and!ch^ch so ftr    fined j250    |    Th*    Rev Martin W. H. HoIIs. Judge Tom Boone of Leaven- «>. wa* treated at a hospital for Th# b«#v«r wiU b# a permanent worth handed down the sentence kn,k wounds of the throat and zoo resident.    after ^ yOTith was convicted ot h*ad injuries. Attendanta said he It was found last spring by a    leaving    the    scene (rf an accident, would recover.    _ friend of gam# protector Hopkins.    Ragen    was    the driver of    one of “I thought Penny would b# happy for the company. Before we got her, she’d been with other elephants, and we thought she’d NEW OR LE AN S UT)—A bandit slashed to death i church secretary today after kidnaping her and her pastor as they left their Canal St. church. The pastor beaten during Featured in the parade will b# floats from IO high school organizations, the high school and two junior high bands and queen candidates and their attendants. Queen candidates arc Judy Anderson, Linda Thomas and Bally Sterling. The girls are seniors, and one will be elected queen by th# football squad. Jur-ior attendants ar# Barbara Maglaraa and Edith Nusser and Judith Anderson and Sherri Bion-di are sophomore attendants. Th# homecoming dance .will be held at Alta Brown auditorium with crowning ceremonies beginning at 8:30 p m. After a short floor show, music for discing will be furnished by th# “Merrymakers’’ from Garden City. Local Soldier Dies in Korea Nicolas Garcia. Garden City soldier serving in Korea, was acci- was slashed and dentally killed on Oct. IO, accord- a wild ride in his ing to word received here by his mother, Mrs. Margaret Tamez, 912 Taylor. According to the report he died of knife wounds. Circumstances were not revealed. The 20-year-old soldier was born in Waco, Tex., June 14. 1937. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Garnand funeral home will be in charge. mon river and its mother wasjand circled the barnyard of Edi The baby beaver was by the Solo- two cars that recently drove in Wind up by Dec. IO— mAn wllfA#    »#•*    mfkf    k^t*    smsmml . - * *_ * * S  a. . M ts* JU    ......n't..........—  —■■■—■.« ■w.ri.— Set Dates on Hospital dead beside a beaver dam on the SOn ToweU, on Rural Route 3, river. The finder brought the ani- Tonganoxie. The 50-year-oki farm-mai to Hopkins.    er attempted to stop the youths He took the beaver home and and to hold them for the sheriff he and members of his family but was knocked down by Ragen’s bottle-fed it on a formula of can car and injured, ned milk, vitamins and syrup The pet took a daily plunge in the Hopkins bsthtub.    Hurt bt Friend School, When the beaver passed baby- \a/ .LI.    Wall trvH Hnntin* atartpd innkine for WOntlttfll I* Doing W• Fund-Raising Effort Three red-letter days were cir-    total necessary to complete    the cled today as the    steering    com    remodeling and expansion of St. mittee of th# St. Catherine hospi-|Catherine hospital. Total cost of hood Hopkins started looking for ”wrRm,n »» wntj TT tai campaign prepared for the the program will amount to an a home    for    his    pet.    ^    construction    worker    was    In-serious business of    raising    $350,-    estimated $700,000. The rest    will He told    bis    good    friend Thayne jurecj    a    j<4) -t    Friend    school    °°°-    come from federal aid from a    past Smith, former Telegram staffer, yesterday, but he’s getting along Those dates are Od. 28, when fUD(j drives residue, and from the about wanting to give the beaver ^ Catherine hospital to- pattern gifts drive will start; Nov. Dominican order. to some zoo. Smith suggested day, bis doctor said.    I®* (he start of the general and] organization for the all-out sending it to Garden Qty.    Howard    Frye of Hutchinson, rural campaign, and Dec. IO, the    progressing    slowly, steer- ■ The little animal arrived here employed on the Friend school concluding day of the fund drive. ing comimllee spokesmen said, yesterday.    construction job by Madden Con- _      ..due    to the United Fund appeal Joan George GETTING ACQUAINTED but not too happy about it were Penny, the elephant ot the Lee Richardson zoo, and her guest for the winter, younger Susie. Pork employe Frank Holmes is in the middle. Garden Sass As soon as they lick cancer and the common cold, I hope tb'v do something about Wednesday-night malnutrition. That’s the ailment common to us husbands who never get dessert on Wednesday, that being the night th# bridge-ciub girls meet and eat. struction Co., Hutchinson, was now being conducted in the coun- Tow#rd th* #nd of the month hurt yesterday afternoon. Work-the special gifts section of the ^ men were unloading a 1,000-pound drive will get underway, officials ■    vw, load of an^.iroo,    ^Haaid.    Special gifts volunteers will    AB to Id One Side of the load was let contact all Garden City businesses    *s    dunn® to the ground by a crane. The for donations. other side, suspended in air, swung over and hit Frye’s foot. He suffered two fractured metatarsal bones and received bruises on his foot, For Garden City and county the $350,000 goal is the largest capital funds campaign in their history. The $350,000 is only half of the the 6-week campaign. Finney (Th# second installment of a Question Box on the drive appears on Page 16 of today’s Telegram. Readers are invited to submit their own questions to th# paper.) ;