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   Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - May 23, 1962, Garden City, Kansas                                Hospitals ADMISSIONS Catherine Maria 907 305 San John 207 Richard George jAt Leopold Paul DISMISSALS At Catherine Ralph 317 Vt Clyde bavid Als s Margaret Brice 709 markets LOCAL PRODUCE Eggi Extra Large Elites As Large A Medium EAgs Large eggs Grade Cream Cream Heavy Hens Light Hens LOCAL WAGON PRICES Wheat Milo Barley 1C COOP PRICES JIVW down 1 Mllo A INVESTMENTS NEW YORK AP Closing investing companies Bid Asked Affiliated Fd Am Bus Am Grwth Am Mut Bullock Fd Chemical Fd Eat How Bal Eat How Stk Fidelity Found Mut Fd Fund Gen Invest Tr Hamil Fd Incorp Incorp Instit Grth Fd 1095 Inv Grp Inv Grp Stock Inv Grp Seledl Inv Grp VarPay Keystone Cus S3 Keystone Qua Man Fd GenTlnd Mass Invest Mutual New Horiz R Nat Sec Ser Inc Nat Sec Ser Stk Puritan Fd Putnam Geo Fd Putnam Grth Fd Quart Dist Select Am Telev Elect Twent Cent Grth Unit AceumFd Unit Cont Fd Unit Inc Unit Science Fd Unit Fd Val Line Inc Wellington Fd Winfield Grth KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY AP Cattle calves 100 cows and feeders steady vealers un changed good to choice steers good to choice heifers utility and commercial cows good and choke vealers good and choice feeders Hogs barrows and gilts steady to 2350 higher sows steady 13 Narrows andgilts 190 250 Ib 13 250400 Ib sows Sheep 700 lambs slow steady to lower ewes strong good to prime lambs utility and good ewes good and choice feeders Congresswoman Denounces Liz WASHINGTON Iris a grandmother says Elizabeth Taylors romance with Richarc Burton will hurt the foreign aid program and leavft the Com munists She denounced the actress am actor Tuesday in the House am said she hopes Robert Kennedy will take the meas ures necessary to determine whether the two are ineligible for reentry into this country on grounds of Miss an Englishbom American JIBS announce plans to divorce her fourth hus singer Eddie Burton is a a British citizen and has a British Burton and Miss Taylor are in Rome for filming of the motion picture Bliteh producers the film have hurt the prestige o American womanhood Sli called the Roman affair th worlds most assiduously publi cized piece of sexual The nautical mustache is th cleavage of water at the bow Steamboat pilots jthe Cong ILiver navigate by iV In Garden City James 411 At Leopold David Kathryn Marion Courts POLICE Btfrttt Posted Robert James 1206 failure to maintain proper Roger Dean Imperial Eugene 905 parking left side to the William 1701 Elmer 1604 Kansas no drivers COUNTY Fitted Sidney Scott Willard Eminence no drivers Traffic Accident Tuesday at at Fulton and Motorcycle ridden by Eugene Earl Wright of Holcomb moder ate damage and car driven by Miss Joyce Adele 306 Anderson moderate Wright reported slight Medical Plan Votes Same WASHINGTON ex change of salvos by President Kennedy and the American Medi cal Association on health care for the aged has changed no votes where at the moment they count the House Ways and Means This was the consensus today of committee members on both sides of the dispute over provid ing hospital and nursing benefits or persons retired under Social The key vote by the committee n Kennedys which would provide such benefits and in rease payroll taxes to pay for probably wiM come during ic second week of The otnsnittee has had the measure under consideration for a Thirteen of the committees 25 otes would give the measure a vorable report and a fair chance orable commibtee action passage s but extremely Wnilie most of the ommittee are not saying publicly vhere they opponents ap ear to have an edge which could e overcome if as many as four uncommitted members decided to o along with the Brooms for the Blind Telegram Photo Annual sale of and other household aids manufactured by the started today here by the Lions The project runs through The material is being sold from a bus parked next to the GardenNational Bank and is also being offered doortodoor by Hawking their on the street this morning were Dale Berry chairman of project Ken Minter captain of one of the eight teams selling from door to and Dick Patterson working with Mint ers All net proceeds go the Kansas Low Tops Medicine For Emmy Awards HOLLYWOOD AP The law as practiced on won out over medicine Tuesday night in the 14th amnual Emmy Awards The CBSTVs po tent courtroom won four Emmies to emerge as champ of the television The reflecting solid voting from York members of the Television was an up Ben televisions sullen was a favorite wiith eight but when the operation was Casey had had struck The Defenders won Emmies for outstanding drama for best actor for star Marshall f passage this Without fabest director for Franklin ner and for best writing for Reg inald its Even Queen Victoria did better than Ben The Hallmark production of Victoria Regina won best actress award for Julie Harris best supporting actress for Pamela and the show was adjudged best program of the The best actor award went to Peter who was nominated for his role of a truck driver in The Price of Tomatoes on the Dick Powel Shirley winner of a movie Oscar and numerous stage won an Emmy for best actress in a Don the deputy on the Andy Griffith won his sec ond supporting actor Emmy in a Garry Moore Show was named best variety and its Carol was named best variety Special trustee awards were given to CBS news for its tour of the White House and to Jacque line the tours Pretty Heads of the news departments of CBS and NBC also got trustees awards for coverage of the years most exciting television program astronaut John Glenn orbits around the Bomarc Missile Contracts Investigated WASHINGTON AP Senate hearings on costs and profits on military contracts focus today on subcontractors on the Boeing Companys Bomarc antiaircraft Among witnesses to be called were officials from Westinghouse the AeroJet General and Thiokol Chemical The senate investigations sub committee began looking into the Bomarc contracts Chairman John said the group proposed to determine whether procuremen of a modern weapon such as the generated unnec essary or excessive 260 Freshmen To Be Graduated Two hundred sixty Garden City Charies tiViiMnln mhaitc Junior High School students will be graduated at commencement exercises 10 at Hope They are Dennis Suale Ricky Frances Jana Donald Linda Donna LeRoy Karen Virginia Catherine Patricia Meflln Ball JVIarcla Janet Esta Eugene Sandra J3ay Carol Judy Danny Elodie Dean Slierlyn Mary Black Mike Twlla Jarveen Goldie Bpwan Victor Dwight Larry George John Carole Albert Brl Jamea Juanlta Robert Ronald Susan David Bun Jerry Lois Terry Carmlchael CIoo Karen Ellle Carl Chrlsten Joyce Patricia Danny Annette Diana Leslie Ivan Karen Merlin Danford Denyce Robert Roland Sherry Den nis Aivln Linda Colleen Dougherty An estimated 2 million types of have been classified since the 18th Seek Clue for Cause of Crash Germany The wreckage of a fourengine Ntovy Constellation that crashed Tuesday near this south Bavarian killing all 26 per sons is being searched for a clue to the Hundreds of soldiers and mili tary police sealed off the eight mile path of wreckage as officials began their The plane was regularly based at but was flying out of Military spokesmen in Europe said the plane was on a routine navigational training The headquarters of the Atlantic Fleet said it was on a secret mission but later a spokesman there said this report resulted from a misunderstanding An earlier report aid there were 27 men but the Navy confirmed there were only They included 22 naval personnel and four Francis Jerry Edwards Sharon Mfrry Terry Mary Edwin Gay May Donna Nancy Deanna Connie Chris Joel Marsha Aivln Sally Mary Mary Michael Russell Olneat Norman Tpny Darryl Mary William Linda Peggy Linda Join Vir ginia Dennis Hardy Claudia Patrick Gordon Elaine Mary Mllda Michael Keith Delores Her Robert Phyllis Hermo Brenda Lynn Hohr Joyce Royse Huff Timothy Terry Hunsber Charles Larry iarbara Michael Ju dith Patricia Richard Sonctra Joe Don Bonnie Joan Kley Marilyn Knoll Dennis Kenneth Rob ert Judy Mark Kenneth Clnda Mari lyn Donald Gretchen Jackie Joyce Leath Richard Brenda Donna Jerry Loper Donna Gilbert neth Jacquelyn MoMi Janet Steve McMil Judith Joann Ma Donald Robert Monty Richard Rob ert Marilyn Mary Mey er Steven Sharon Mohler Wayne Larry Baudella Joyce Patsy Mary Mary David Bretho Gust James Jackson Gary Geor gia George Ohnrea Linda Mary Martha Wanda Charles Joyce Robert Cheri Dennis Kathryn Penny Joan Raymond Rob ert Rosalie James Susan Benjamin Por Wesley Evelyn Walter Dewees Terry William Barbara Martha Melvln Rupp Suzanne Steve Mar lene David Galen Leo Brian Leland Peggy Den nis Jerry Mary Michael Sharrie Steph anie Karen Sooby Dee John Nancy Suzanne Edward Sharon Mary Larry William Stur Dorothy Judy Ethel Anita Robert Leland Tresner Dorothy Richard Ul Martin Van Cesar Vil Linda Louis Wag Harry Wanda Walk El da Jane Ken neth Elaine Rita Arnold John heel David Connie Wil Phyllis Marlon Lesley Patricia Con nie Frosty Cox Is Dead at 54 rest Frosty former Big Eight coach and University of Kansas died A hospital spokesman said death apparently was from a heart Cox was basketball coach at Montana State University for sev en serving until the close of last season when his contract expired without being He was head coach ait Colorado for 15 years until he resigned in 1950 to enter the cattle business in He led the Buffaloes to the National Invita tion Tournament championship in Cox played college ball under Coach Phog Alien at He was graduated from 1931 and won letter awards in football and basketball He was selected nilBig Six halfback in 1930 and was named allcon ference basketball guard in 1930 and No Sympathy Pains Involved KANSAS CITY and Merle arrived at a hospital Tuesday with their 6 yearold who was to have tonsils A message awaited Steve was in trouble at Ruse hurried home and was back at the hospital shortly with who had his appendix out After his Steve said he started having pains the pre vious He was pretty sure what they Hes been study ing about appendicitis for his Boy Scout merit badge in physical fit He didnt say anything be cause he knew his folks were worried about As soon as his parents left the house with Steve called the family The boys share a room at Bap tist Memorial Hospital both in fine buying or use Telegram Want Ads Only a got range can give you precise heat on the top In the gas Burner with a Brain controls heat so perfectly you dont need a double boiler to keep puddings and hot cereals from scorching and delicate sauces from sep Your gas range gives yoti hundreds of heats from a gentle simmer to a boils It isnt limited to just four or five TPCl Turn on the dial and the gas flame leaps to life with no Change the setting and the ternNATURAL perature changes Turn off the dial and the flame goes no hangover Only with gas are you the boas of the D you live beyond tfye gas mains see your friendly LP i the burner 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