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Great Bend Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - February 04, 1962, Great Bend, KansasLend daily Tribune 4 Undy 2442 2ist, leaves monday for Washington d. C., to attend three meetings. As past National president of the ladies of for eign wan she is a member and will Uke part in the National coun cil also attend auxiliary Confer ence and then meeting which will include representation from As women s patriotic organizations. It is the women s forum of National at a banquet wednesday night the forum group will enter Tain their states congressmen and senators. Pancake and sausage supper Church of god 20th and Monroe feb. 5th, . To . T6c adults soc children. -4adv Herman f. Schuster who served As division auditor Here for the Kansas Power and Light co. Shortly after world warn has been named comptroller of the according to Balfour s. Jeffrey pal president schuster started with the company in 1929 As a clerk in the Salina office. A Valentine s Day must take the the Al wants Pancake festival. 4adv police chief Jack Dodson Spok on the duties of is office Frida at a luncheon meeting of the Epis Copal men s club in the Parish Hal great Bend girls who served As pages in the House of representatives this week pose with rep. Tony Schartz of great Bend at the speakers Rostrum. All students at Roosevelt Junior High they went to Topeka tuesday and returned Friday. Standing at the left is Nancy Miller daughter of mrs. Eunice Miller 1200 9th, and at the right Mary Kramer daughter of or. And mrs. Wayne Kramer 815 Hickory. Seated is Marsha Peterson daughter of or. And mrs. . Peterson 1701 Heizer. Arrived saturday without disaster who put the doom in doomsday at St. John s Adams. Church 17th an attention overweight women interested to lose weight club Cal of 3-3m9 or Al 3-5247. -4ad Larry helps spa of or. Mrs. Chester Dyer a Stu Dent of Bethany Nazarene College Bethany okla., a Fol go on a 5 state tour this Spring with the col lege a Cappella choir. He als sings with the troubadours a quartet from the school that travels weekends to different Nazarm churches. The quartet will be in Lawrence on feb. 9, 10 and 11. Save save save during Peschka Doerr s february furniture Sale. -4adv Bertha Thompson of it dependence mo., sister of Frank Kashefy great Bend died Friday in an Independence Hospital a the the of 69. Besides her husband base survived by seven children and 17 grandchildren. Or. And mrs Thompson would have Highway of a suit seeking in damages has been filed in Barton county District court by a Haddam Kan. Resident Joseph c. We St. Defendants listed As resident of Barton county Are Arthur d Reece Nathan Reece and Theo Dore Daniels. According to West s petition the three defendants had stopped their car on us-24 a Quarter of a mile East of Nicodemus on the night of Jan. 31, 1960. He states the car was parked for More than 15 min utes Iff traffic Lane without flares or alights. West states he was a passenger in a Semi trailer truck sleeping in the Sleeper bunk behind the Driver. When the truck approached the other car. Oncoming traffic blinded the Driy or and he struck the parked hide. West asks for in _ actual injuries and punitive newsmen to be denied prisoner interviews Warden Tracy hand said today news re porters to longer be permit Ted to interview tha state Penitentiary. He was acting on a directive front Rexroad. Director of Kansas penal inst Ftp Lions and know the reason for the new policy. In the part reporters have been permitted to interview prisoners in connection with prison industries or hobbies. Believe no foul play in Dag s plane crash Salisbury Southern Rhodesia a British air Force witness told . Inquiry into the sep tember air crash death of Dag Hammarskjold it is my firm opinion that there is not one portion of evidence 4o How this was anything but a Normal aircraft the witness r Wing i ride. To the British High in a. Meant Galing thy or Aili of the . Sec on a Congo peace Mission. Hoys enrolment Kan. At it. Second a Meiter 009. This is in Mcnure per cent Over the figure for the second semester of last Kjear. Compared with first registration it is 149 Tower. I by Henry s. Bradsher new Delhi India doomsday. T arrived. Quietly Day. And an increasing number of stargazers began to ing influences in the planet group ing the heavens which had been seen As the. Omen of evil. Some said the prayer meetings going on All Over the hindu coun tries of India and Nepal had propitiated the gods. One holy Man said the Moon had taken a favor Able of superstitious hindus still worried since the time of danger forecast by the astrologers continues through monday. The astrologers had pre dieted great natural calamities Hospital mews great Bend St. Rose admissions feb. 2 mrs. Roger Warnken Harold b. Coo Fey mrs. Clyde Lillard Donald Lee Reeves great Bend Adam a. Quenzer of Bazine Charles Earl Richardson Albert mrs. Millard Schloemer of Bison. Dismissals feb. 2 mrs. J. B. Zimmerman James Waite mrs. John h. Denker Jerome Haber Man mrs. Raymond d. Shelton Fred Boger mrs. Nora Schinzler mrs. Richard Kathol and Sharon Lynn mrs. Harold Weikert and Diane Marie mrs. Raymond Gagelman Otis James Frazier All of great Bend Lawrence Broce Olmitz mrs. John g. Adams of birth feb. Wood. 3 mrs a John Joseph p. Brown great Bend. Admissions february. 2 Gary Dutton Randy Dutton Cecil Kelt Ner mrs. Anna Mccauley All of Hoisington mrs. Ida Wolford Claf dismissals february 2 mrs. Felvin Johnson mrs. Joseph or Jan mrs m. P. Doss mrs. James Farmer and James Dell mrs. Leo Nard Cox Woodrow Bush All of Hoisington june Arends William Mcpherson Claflin Randall sch Enk Olmitz. Birth february 2 or. And mrs. Lichard Justice baby boy 6 ibs. 14 ozs., Hoisington. Admissions february 2 mrs. Alonzo m. Foss Larned Leulla Liberal Deena Zoe Cossman Hanston. Dismissals february 2 m a 5ary a Hulsey and baby boy Larned. Larne or St. Josephs february .2 mrs. Ill Green Burdett mrs. Emma Ross Pawnee Rock mrs. Clara Smith Lewis Heueisen Hozel. Dismissals february 2 mrs. Mrs. Lloyd Foti Udoji Larned mrs. Frances Webster Macksville. Births february 2 or. And mrs. Will Green boy 8 ibs. 13 Burdett . Charles where the coyotes prowl coyotes which usually Dine on rabbits mice rats and other Small rodents have been getting downright bold this Winter even coming right into Farmers front Yards and howling around feed lots. At the Tom Taylor ranch North of great Bend the canis la trans that s latin for Small Prairie Wolf have been prancing around in the family s front Yard. The Taylors have ail Large cattle so there s no danger of them being molested by the hungry ones. A Small Beagle dog found dead was believed to have been victimized by a Coyote however. V9" at the great Bend feeding company coyotes Are commonly seen. The death and partial con a half was believed to be the work f of s who usually satiate their carnivorous appetites with which them selves age scarce As the Ial Teeth this Winter. Are tally give lires hoping that Hunters will the canis a run for their Heueisen pzs., Rozel. Adult education classes set monday local residents Are reminded hat the great Bend High school Dull education program opens monday with enrolment school from 7 to 8 . Classes begin thursday feb. .8 and will continue each monday and thursday evening for five weeks. Be exception is the sign and Howard painting class which will Bemi eld monday and wednes a classes Are offered rang no from typing and shorthand to upholstery Abd contract Bridge. Fire reported j Volunteer re department answered a Call to Bird far saturday two reckless driving convictions this week Frank e. Frey 51, it. 2, was fined for reckless driving be fore county judge. Robert Bates this week after Dpi charges were dropped by the county attorney s office Frey was also fined for having defective brakes. James d. Mitchell Elim Bod appeared before justice1 of. The peace Roy Butler saturday morn ing Ori a reckless driving charge. Accused of shining a spotlight into the eyes of a Motorist who was behind him in traffic Mitchell Drew a Fine plus costs. Zorah hotel converts Coffee shop to cakes place the Zarah hotel s Coffee shop beginning monday according to c. Parrish recent purchaser of the hotel. The hotel s restaurant will Fea Ture a variety of pancakes from traditional to. French Strawberry pancakes and potato and manmade disasters for the period of the conjunction of plan by the hindu count including Sun and Moon and Ari imaginary one of a representation of the swallowing of the Moon by a Serpent. Mercury Venus Mars Jii piter and Saturn Are All lined up comparatively close together with the Sun and the Moon. The conjunction will cause an eclipse of the Sun monday visible in Borneo and out at sea in the Pacific. The eclipse will not be visible in the United states. There was slightly less traffic than usual on new Delhi streets saturday. Some worried about a great prayer meeting scheduled for the capital. It began in a Token Way because the special Pavilion in which it was held had to be re built to conform with an auspicious formula. Most prayers and the sacrificing of 3% tons of offer Ings in a sacred fire began late. The question was was it too late to do any Good in Singapore buddhists and hindus were called to prayer to offset the disaster predicted by yellow Robed Budd led massed chanting astrologers. Hist priests of prayers at sri Lanka Buddhist Temple where another All night session is scheduled sunday night. Hindus likewise were asked to at tend special four hour prayer ses Sions lasting until monday night. But reputable chinese astrologers in Hong k8hg dismissed the hindu predictions As sheer non Jsai Pai. I refugee As i Ploger China said the congregation of planets actually will bring further pros Mankind. Japanese soothsayers and astronomers also brushed aside As unthinkable the predictions by the hindu astrology its. Western Europe showed no undue fears of worse crises than usual. Says Price support requires controls Washington of agriculture Orville l. Freeman says Farmers and others Are kid Ding themselves if they think they can continue to have reasonable Price supports without production controls. He told a meeting of depart ment employees that belief that armers could have government icly without restrictions is one of tie has contributed to he present problem of sur some people Are the Secretary that the admin stration s new f Arne program of ers Farmers not Rue. It Choice 3 u p p 1 y management programs with reasonable supports or no management programs without _. Two thefts Here reported to police two thefts were reported to Reat Bend police saturday both occurring sometime Friday night Thomas c. Peacock operator of Peacock s Standard service 10th and main reports the loss of a cat starting unit valued at it. Included a Battery and cables. Delia d. 2109 28ch, Orts the theft of fender skirts from Ler car while parked at Home. Two youths implicated in rash of Coin machine thefts statements Given saturday by Howard h. Barry 21, 926 Madi son and Larry Lee Doty 19, 1015 8th, have gone a toward Clearing up the Coin machine thefts reported Here in recent weeks. Police detective Marion Weese at the said saturday Barry has also and Lite in Hay flue chief de Ahr said there was no damage to in Sor the barn nearby. The ird finn is located two of Albert. Miles fitted and implicated Doty in the break ins at the Haberman implement co. Jan. 22 and 24. Doty denies any part in the burglaries however. Doth went before police judge Roy Butler saturday morning and Drew 90 Days for Petty theft at the Sunshine laundromat. He had been arrested at . Satur Day As the result of Weese s investigations. The detective explained he had traced the two men through their spending of Nickels and dimes Here and at St. John and Stafford. He credited Stafford county and City authorities with assisting. Both men have admitted four Larcenie Early on the morning of Jan. 25. Hit were Day and night laundromat 3011 West 10th Sun Shine laundromat no. 1808 Liams Youtsey s Conoho service 3600 10th and l g Apo serv ice 3700 10th. They also admitted opening the Coin Box on the pop machines at the Holiday inn Motel the Sunshine laundromat and John Nie s Texaco 19th and Washington on the night of dec. 26 Barry said he and Doty entered the Haberman business at 10th and the by pass on the night of the 22nd, getting nothing Battery believed stolen was finally accounted for at the on the 24th, Barry told Weese he and Doty entered the implement company and went on into the Herman Oil co. Offices within the building. The loss there was to from one Coin machine. In All Weese estimates the two men got less than for their work. These Coin machine thefts have been the biggest portion of our crime lately and it is a Relief to have these boys in Weese said. I Hope it will discourage any Weese said he expects to press burglary charges on both men monday. Bethany band to appear Here the 70 piece Bethany College symphonic band conducted a Lowell boroughs will appear a great Bend High school monday morning in a convocation program boroughs the conductor is pro Fessor of woodwinds and theory and conductor of the Beth any col lege civic symphony orchestra. Two soloists James Brauninger associate professor of violin am theory and conductor of chamber orchestra and Elmer Copley associate professor of voice and director of Bethany College oratorio society will be featured during the program. Featured numbers in concert Are Crown a Corona Tion March 1937 by a British com Poser Walton divertimento for band of 42" by Persichetti Hun Garian rhapsody no. By Liszt. The concert will close with the most Well known overture wit Liam Tell by Rossini. This worst is one of the most popular in the en1 tire Range of orchestral literature the Bethany College symphonic band is touring Western Kansas feb. 5 through the 8th. Other appearances in High schools will be at Dodge City Dighton Garden City Colby Hill City Stockton and Russell. Following the tour the band will play their Winter concert Friday february 9, in Presser Hall Beth any College at 8 . Act to store Grain on farm where grown Washington culture department acted sat. To keep much of the nation s surplus grains stored on farms where it was grown some for another year and some for two More years it did this by announcing thai Price support Loans on such grains which May exceed a billion bushels by be extended. Farmers will get storage pay ments of about 13 cents a Bushel a year for storing this Grain on their farms. By extending Loans the depart ment delays the time when in takes Over the Grain As payment. When it takes such Grain the government must find storage for it either in commercial elevators and in its own facilities. Loans on 1961-crop Corn and wheat stored on farms will be extended two years beyond maturity dates next Spring and summer Loans on 1961-crop Barley bats sorghum Grain and soybeans Wil be extended one year beyond maturity dates. In addition Loans on 1960. Crop Barley and Oats 1959 crop Barley Corn and wheat and crop Corn will be extended for one More year. Loans on 1960 crop wheat Corn and sorghum Grain will run another year on Exten Sions made last year. The department also announced a change in its feed Grain Price support regulations for 1962. Farmers need not participate in the department s feed Grain pro Gram to be eligible for Price sup ports on 1962-crop Oats and Rye. Heretofore participation was required. Three other Barley and sorghum Grain still must come under the feed Grain pro Gram of acreage cutbacks to qual Ify for Price supports. Firm to Survey go buildings tuesday for use As shelters an inventory of existing build Ings which offer Protection from radio Active fallout is scheduled to get underway in Barton county on tuesday 6 february 1962. The Salina Kansas firm of Bucher Willis consulting engineers and planners under contract to the u. S. Army Engineer District Kansas City Missouri will make the Survey with Al Hamele and Kenneth Turner in charge of the inspection of fallout shelters for Public use. Only those facilities which provide potential shelter space for 50 or More persons will be surveyed. This study is part of president Kennedy s National fal out shelter Survey program which is concerned with identifying the nation s present fallout shelter capacity and providing additional Protection in new and existing Struc Tures. The program is schedule for completion in december 1962 Bucher Willis s Survey person Nel have been specially trained to select shelters which meet certain specifications such As thickness o Walls structural stability and ventilation. All authorized inspection personnel have official identification cards issued by the army engineers at Kansas City. Tanks poised As France Waits tensely by Richard k. O Malley Paris were poised outside Paris saturday night and More than anti riot police stood ready in the City to repel he uprising which a great Many frenchmen think will be attempted by the right Wing secret army o break up prospective Independence for Algeria. In Algiers and Oran where the terrorist european underground Las gunned Down opponents in the Palm lined streets in an Effort to keep Algeria French troops and police also stood Edgely Alert. French and algerian nationalist negotiators Are widely reported Hough without official Confirma Ion to have reached at least a Basic agreement on the eventual Independence of Algeria after seven years of bloodshed. Some Felt the ruling rebel bodies might approve or reject the set Lement by feb. 6 or 7, before the beginning of Ramadan the month when moslem fast each Day from Sunrise to Sunset. Fears of a Putsch by the secret army in Algeria with a companion uprising in France Are the subject of daily conversations among frenchmen. The announcement of an agreement might ignite such a Inal and desperate Effort. Whether president Charles de Aulle supremely confident of his own judgment and ability to Lead the nation will make some announcement in his widely heralded radio and television address Day night is still problematical. For the secret army time seemed to be running out if it Hopes to stage a coup. To achieve a Meas ure of Success a concerted uprising in Algeria and France especially in Paris would be necessary. The precautions taken in Paris seemed to doom any such at tempt. But in Algeria the situation is different. There the secret army de by Raoul Salan a fugitive sex funerals mrs. Moggie Sawyer Ellsworth services for mrs. Maggie m. Sawyer 81, will be sunday at 2 . From Bunker Hill methodist Church with the Rev. James l. Andrews officiating and burial in Bunker Hill cemetery. Mrs. Sawyer died thursday afternoon at an Ellsworth rest Home after a Long illness. She was lifelong resident of Dorrance until five years ago when she moved to Ellsworth. She is survived by three sons John Wadsworth Orin jr., Dor Ranee Elmer Harper five grand children one sister mrs. Mandy Campbell Dewey okla. George w. Stapleton Lyons services for George w. Stapleton 87, will be monday at 2 . From Crawford Miller Chapel with the r0v. Robert Gor Don officiating and burial in Lyons cemetery. Friends May Cau from 3 to 5 . Sunday at the Chapel Stapleton died thursday night Ai Rice county District Hospital where he had been a patient 3 Days. He had been ill ill health 10 years was a retired teamster and was a member of the Metho dist Church. Surviving Are the widow Cora of the Home a daughter mrs Florence May Topeka four sons Alva of the Home Jess and Elmer Lyons and Wesley twin Falls Idaho nine grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Derrick fall fatal Salina fall 30 feet Oil Derrick thursday killed James Hillard Gorgan 37 of Sterling. Gorgan was working on a plat form of the Derrick seven mite Northeast of Gypsum. He was an employee of the Donald t. Ingling of Wichita. General under sentence of death has Broad sympathy among masses of the european population. Gen. Walker wants Texas to Lead fight against reds Austin army maj. Gen. Edwin a. Walker Aid saturday his race for Gover nor of Texas is part of his fight against International communism. The reason i am running and my platform Are the he old a hews conference in a com Mittee room off the state House f representatives. That is the eed to defend the United states her god in a struggle for sur Ival against International communism. With nine million others want texans to Lead this Walker surprised state demo Ratic officials Friday afternoon y walking into state democratic Ead quarters and presenting a Check. To get his name on e democratic ballot at the May primary. In answer to questions Why he Hose to run on the democratic ticket instead of Republican and bout his voting record Walker Aid he thought he voted for a democratic presidential candidate d. Roosevelt and he remembered voting twice for Republican Ard m. Nixon in 1960 and Dwight d. Eisenhower either in 1956 or in 1952. As to Why he chose to run on the democratic ticket instead of the Republican Walker said i entered a race where there was National he said Well see when the time when asked if he would support other democratic candidates. Walker said he had been told it takes a Strong political Organiza Tion and a fabulous sum to run for governor of Texas. I have neither the political machine nor a big Bank said. My Confidence comes from the Assurance of support of Small patriotic contributions to my Campaign. I rely on Volunteer efforts and committees at the grass roots Evel to extend my cause and my where s scene above will be seen thursday and Friday nights in great Bend High school s vocal music department s production of where s the musical comedy Wil be directed by miss Marcelle Tubbs vocal music instructor. From left above David Axtell Karin Burns Myrna Otte and Jinn Harden. Mother two children held at gunpoint Chicago Mother and her two teen age children told police saturday of their terror when they were abducted from their Home by two gunmen and held in a Dingy Flat More Han five hours. They were freed after ran som was paid. We sat Gloria son 42, told investigators. I told the kids not to move. The two men kept fingering their her daughter Eileen Chanenson 18, said we were in darkness sitting on the Edge of the bed Lawrence Chanenson 14, said it Wai like a bad mrs. Chanenson s husband Irv ing Iii the family s ordeal be Gan thursday night when he an swered a Knock at the door. Chanenson 43, said he was asked to sign for a package. Then three other men walked in with guns. Chanenson told police they were negroes. All wore false mus taches and one wore a surgical mask covering the lower part of his face. Chanenson said they demanded two of the gunmen left with the Mother and two children ordered them to lie Down in the Back of a station Wagon owned by Chanenson s father and drove them to the tenement hideout on the South Side. One of the gunmen remained be Hind. He and Chanenson haggled for some six hours until Dawn Fri Day Over the amount of Ransom. I said i Haven t got said Chanenson co owner of a tire and Supply company. The demand finally was scaled Down to Chanenson said he withdrew the Money from the Bank drove a few Miles from his Home As instructed and delivered it in two paper bags to his Contact. Soon after this mrs. Chanenson said there was a phone Cill in the Flat. Eventually she noticed no one was around ind she and the children slipped out to the Street and took a cab Home. They were unharmed. Couple Hurt in crash on a Rush Center a Denver couple Enro Ute to Hutchinson sustained serious injuries in a one car Accident on k-9s two Miles West of Rush Center saturday Ning. Rush county sheriff Bennie Parker who investigated the Accident said Connie Doxey 35, and his wife Marie 51, were travelling East when Doxey lost control of the 1955 Model car on a curve. The car crossed Over the Highway and went into the ditch rolling times. Both occupants were thrown out. The car came to rest on its Side against a Utility pole totally demolished. Doxey sustained a broken right Teg and possible internal injuries. Mrs. Doxey sustained a broken left leg. They were treated at the Rush county memorial Hospital and then taken to Hutchinson by ambulance. Highway trooper Bill Houdy Shell of Hays assisted in the investigation. House okays continued from re 1 sights on winding up the session monday. Under the Constitution it must end not later thin Midnight wednesday. The vote on the Prairie Park appropriation Cut sharply across party lines. There were 36 republicans and 8 democrats voting against the appropriation and 39 republicans my 22 democrats voting for the item. Brown leading the opposition Aid he believes the Money could e better used for other purposes. He said creation of the Park would be a blow to the finances f Pottawatomie county and its governmental subdivisions. Brown said creation of the ,57. 100 acre Park would remove More Dan million of assessed value Ion from county tax Rolls and Cost in tax Revenue after More Han million valuation had Al Eady been removed by creation of Tuttle Creek Reservoir. Rep. Jerry Moxley r Council Grove also opposed creation of lie Park. He said the scenery of the Flint ills could not be improved by jutting a Fence around it find ailing it a National Park. Reps. Wayne Angell a Ottawa and Charlet Arthur r manhat an spearheaded the forces Back ing the Park appropriation. Angell said creation of the bar would greatly Benefit the state As whole both from the standpoint f preserving the finest Prairie in nation and in attracting tour Sis to Kantas. Arthur Laid opposition to the Ark comes not so much from peole who own the land in the posed Park area but from Specula ors who do not Evon live in Pottawatomie county. Arthur said he sympathizes by Persona who would actually e displaced but that he is Eon iced the Park would Benefit entire stale. 4

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