Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - October 11, 1960, Lubbock, Texas The South No. 296 34 Pages Tuesday October 11,1960 Leased Leaders Demand Lumumba you were attending your very first State Fair of like year-old Wayne Davis you'd be seeing many new this organ son of Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Davis of appears somewhat puzzled as the begging for pennies grabs his Attracting attention at the fair is R. E. Swain of Lubbock who has two monkeys strolling the See story Page 10. Sec. A. PRESTIGE Reply I o Eisenhower fired back testily Monday night at Sen. John F. Kennedy's charge that the United States has lost prestige throughout the world during the eight years of his he plugged vigorously for Richard M. Nixon arni Henry Cabot saying think we could have found no two better to carry on Republican policies that he finds highly * Back In Old larry S. Truman took his 'em campaign for Sen. John F. Kennedy Into Texas branding Richard M. Nixon as a man who know what he's talking never told the truth in his threw milder barbs at President Eisenhower and reaffirmed his opposition to sit-in demonstrations with the comment wrongs don't make a told more than 800 persons at fund-raising dinner you do it for you ought to go to Telling farmers and laboring men went haywire in 1952 and 1956 and I never get through telling them what I think of Truman farmers vote he They ought to have their heads ought to have more than that they ought to lose what they've got if they do it he against the See HST Page 10 first national campaign appearance of 1960 on television in a j quest answ er session with 10 women from as many Hie 30-minute program was paid for by Volunteers for The organization said the program was unrehearsed and that Eisenhower was not advised in advance of the doubtful that any of them came as any surprise to as three of the nine Of Force - Hundreds of armed Congolese troops ringed the residence of ousted premier Patrice Lumumba Monday threatening to use force if United Nations troops did not surrender the deposed leader by chairman of the college of commissioners set up by strongman Col. Joseph Mobutu to run the gave the UN guard until 3 p. m. local time today to turn over Lumumba to loyal said and goodwill have run He added that the troops would use force if the United Nations guard opened did not kick out the Belgians just to be recolonized by other he army will take its lodged a stiff protest against UN saying they made all legal arrests troops sealed off parliament to keep Lumumba supporters from staging a confidence vote for Seven soldiers were wounded and 20 rioters were arrested when Congolese forces staged a bayonet charge to disperse a crowd demanding that i Lumumba be returned Congolese army chief of said that he had a warrant for Lumumba's arrest but that Ghanian UN troops outside the residence had refused to let him serve said he had called off his soldiers because don't want although occasionally breaking out of his home w Hail Lash Crops Over Portions Of Damages Feared Near Persons Su ffer Injuries In Muleshoe Has 1.85 MASK and his Frank hold a red bandanna used as a mask by a armed with a caliber automatic in a robbery at a 19th Street and Ave. N service station Monday The who forced Kliner to lie on the floor while he looted the cash register of about apparently lost or abandoned the bandanna as he Note holes for * AT 19TH ST. made | tour he did Sunday in a round of held a virtual prisoner by both the UN troops assigned to protect him and Mobutu's forces who want to keep him from inflaming the Minister Bomboko charged that African countries are trying to impose their will on the meaning Ghana and although he did not mention them by neutralized all politics were asked dealt with Nixon's the Bomboko and general going out and the others were on was playing politics by Hits TOM Staff and hail battered scattered areas of the South Plains Monday causing an estimated in damage to cotton crops in the Sudan area northwest comer of the South Plains came in for most of the rain and some of which was described as being the size of hen Points Clet Hail Hobbs and along with reported rain and haii ranging from to brought in by cold air aloft and triggered by a cold front moving slowly eastward from northern New the cold front set off snow flurries and warnings of Today's forecast called for the front to stall in the Panhandle with a possibility of additional scattered for the Lubbock At Muleshoe I rainfall reported Monday night was 1.S3 inches at the hailstorms in the Sudan the Weather Bureau issued a severe weather warning for a wide section from near Midland to Covers Ground In where damage appeared the ground was covered with small hail from 6 to 6:30 with some damage to A few minor injuries were along with the staggering cotton Farmer a crop JERKY Staff by a red bandanna and armed with an automatic a bandit forced a service station attendant to lie face down on the he looted a cash register of ing about in cash Monday Wes said the first glimpse of the hijacker so startled he may I help Mississippi couple as balanced budgets and the evils of the maintenance of civil rights and school chatted informally with the standing before a mantel decorated with a model John P. E. Dempsey Mrs. Wilbur Shaw of Indianapolis and Mrs. Shirley of See EISENHOWER Page 10 BLOWS I Australia Australian navy ammunition ship Woomera blew up 20 miles off Sydney today while dumping obsolete into the There was no report of fate of the 28 persons a Liquor Set Nov. 5 By KENNETH HUSH Staff County Commissioners Court awarded contracts on two sets of bids and postponed action on two other sets during a regular meeting During the morning set Nov. 5 as the dates for an election on the legalization of the sale of all forms of liquor for consumption in the City of election is on the question of sale of alcoholic beverages by on which contracts were awarded were on a steel roller for Precinct 1 and three autos for the sheriff's awarded t h e contract for the roller on a bisis t Machinery on a net bid of on alternate specifications calling for a 4-6 ton The specifications were on a ton net bids on the heavier model were 55,229.50 by Plains Machinery by Texas and by Shovel Supply on the lighter m a c hi n e were by Plains Texas a n d Shovel Shovel Supply also offered alternate bids of and on two different light for three cars for the sheriff's department went to Modem Chevrolet Co. on a low net bid of with delivery in three to four Other net bids were by See Page 0 press He chose to ignore the neutralization and must pay the price by himself appeared briefly on the balcony of his residence to announce that he had challenged Mobutu to a duel and that put troops around my residence because he was afraid I would get out and overthrow Lumumba May S. winding up his more than three week visit to New said Monday night he might come but certain ly not until after the new Soviet premier attended a reception at the UN delegates dining room tendered by Fidel Castro's government and he spent an hour in private conversation with Cuban Foreign Minister Haul said he would come Kick in January if the current U. N. General Assembly session still is I don't think it will he think I'll spend New Year's with my that? is said who arrived here Sept. 19 by ship and is flying home Thursday also said he never would drop the subject of the spy flight be re he PERSONS Drive To Luncheon station at 19th St. a n di the damage after a twilight Ave. N saw the robber tour of the area was nothing the pistol as he emptied the more than a rough but Mr. and Mrs. Audie Fort said they drove to the station but on going when we saw the Is A was around here in the rack Hits U.S. Claimed Aiding United - Premier Fidel Castro accused the United States Monday of backing his in a aimed at the overthrow of his angrily accused the State the Pentagon and Central intelligence Agency of supporting the and warned that he plans an immediate and energetic said his estimate of have better arms than Yankee arms and we have better rifles than Yankee Castro He said that anyone who takes up arms against his regime He said combat annual Community Chest campaign kick-off luncheon is scheduled at noon today in Municipal Coliseum with about 1,000 persons expected to today's event will be speaker Maxwell president of the Clampitt Paper a civic leader and an honorary life member of the board of directors of the Dallas County Community Starting year's drive is starting off with a good deal more cooperation than ever campaign chairman John said Monday employe division is going especially campaign chairman pointed out that at a luncheon meeting last about 75 more companies were represented than ever kick-off will formally open the campaign for which is needed next year to support the 23 youth and welfare agencies of the Lubbock Community Will Post Colors Col. L. C. commander of Reese Air Force will serve as master of A color guard from Reese will post the colors and special music will be provided by the Methodist Hospital Student Nurse h i t e o m campaign will introduce the guest See Page 10 Demand Treaty With - The Soviet Union and three other Communist countries Monday night demanded that the West agree to a quick peace treaty with Germany to end playings with joint statement by the Soviet Czechoslovakia and East Germany declared most important step is the conclu sion of a peace treaty with both German KI LINii Pago i. Section NEWS 2 3, Section COU MNS Page 6, Section TV PROGRAMS Page Section REPORTS Pago 1-4, Section NEWS Pago 13, Section Dictionary Middle a man is the first that his friends and notice that lie would put the figure at loss and might be emphasized that his estimate was and closer are in training to face expected sport ion today may cause the new invasions and warned ure to are saving our planes and Farms Hit j heasy amis for when the big ones Nix said damage is from 83 to j when he turned around per cent in a 60 to 70-aerej Firing Squad Threat saw the bandit standing area hardest hit by the i In a nationwide TV address grease and wash room at most of it north the Education Farms estimated to have Castro said may 1 help taken the biggest losses wore would have to bear the and walked toward him belonging to Dexter if firing are fore I realized what was O. Masten and Unrequired to deal with send is a Some American fields The reference was to the more me all your and told mej hands working on the Nix farm 100 insurgents captured by not to at the started for shelter in a forces in the when the rain Mountains last To Lie riding in the open back goon trial before a indicated he turned truck were beaten by large tribunal at Santa Clara in j walked into the station with one receiving Villas province on the head and another suffering scalp according to one Neither required Sudan storm started the hijacker The who spoke with a Spanish demanded that Klinger open the register and lie down in front of said N I can't remember rain about 5 as I was on the He said ho heard the feet in rifling Seo HAII the cash register and then turn and leave the attendant nervously remarked he tires squeal and I laid there a little while longer and then got the who had driven through the station driveway during t h hours When 10 do not want to see ourselves in necessity of Castro he who lives by the sword dies by the Than Batista He admitted that the armed forces combating h i s regime now more powerful than was the is because all of the elements opposed to the revolution have now joined forces to - - General Castro Hammarskjold has lifted his He labelled his enemies as against cocktail parties W. shameless in UN headquarters while heads are The for security was lifted for the first had doubled back a n d given in the HOLDUP Pago 10 loom by FARM BUILDINGS it were not for the counter - revolution would mean Castro is the fundamental forces of the Polaris Firings Fla. Navy successfully fired a Polaris missile 700 miles then prepared to throw an unexplained secrecy cloak over a series of underwater shots from a nuclear the Navy carries out the plan to keep results of the undersea it will be the first time in nearly three years that newsmen have been haired from reporting a U.S. ballistic missile stubby Polaris darted from a land pad in the Monday test and less than 15 minutes later its nose cone in an elec tronic From ANTONIO - Firemen recovered three charred Monday from a burned farmhouse in rural Bexar Every other building on the farm except a small outbuilding was burned to the ground and the livestock had been County medical examiner Dr. Robert ruled that B r u n o 60, shot his wife and son to death before setting fire to their small then probably took his own said he knew no positive way of proving that Schorn committed suicide because of Uie charred condition of his He said his examination did prove that Mrs. Wanda 55, and 21, were killed before the fire said the angle of a bullet that entered Schorn s head indicated he probably committed 16 cattle and 11 sheep were believed to have been shot late Photo Of Death 11), Section remover caliber rifle bullets from the heads of several dead boy had been or was to be I'm Hausmann He speculated that this might be the reason for the presumed body was found near a caliber Standing in one corner of a room was another of body found with the rifles was identified as that of Clyde It was in a burned out Mrs. Schorn s body was in the kitchen and her husband's in a second All three had caliber bullets in the were found in and around two a garage and two corn all of which were five-room frame house burned so fiercely that only parts of the flooring and tin roof remained by the time firemen a a stopper in the water tank near the house had been Most of the water in the tank had drained Map Page 11-A and Partly cloudy with scattered afternoon a n d evening Little change in temperature temperatures near 86. Expected 58. Southerly winds of 10 to 25 Kl 75 71 71 t. 6J. i a jear 65. u 4. i imi a y a. in b a y 6:'.l> p. 7V i minimum 4".''. at and low for at last it h r n Hi 55 - 65 I i * y ivi 88 05 37 VS - 8 - '