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   Great Bend Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 27, 1960, Great Bend, Kansas                               FAIU AND GREAT BEND DAILYTRIBUNE 1959 FIRST IN KANSAS 84TH No. 144 GREAT JANUARY -1960 SINGLE COPY 7C THIS ISSUE 12 PAGES Demonstrations Against Ike Are Looming in Cuba by JOHN SCAM WASHINGTON Anti- American agitators operating out or Cuba were icporlcd today lo be plotting demonstrations against President Eisenhower when he visits South America ncxl month. These picked up by U. S. government security agen- are being studied carefully by top aides planning tlic dent's goodwill tour of Ar- Chile and Uruguay. As a the Secret in cooperation with local is planning clos- est slcp-by-slcp security watch over the President. One report is that some lunatic supporters of Cuban Prune Min- ister Fidel Castro have flown from Havana to countries Kisonhowcr will visit to help demon- strations The it is hope to embarrass tho President during this by picturing him as a reactionary loe of efforts by Ihc Latin Aineiicun to im- prove their living standards. Authorities have i evolved con- flicting reports about whether Lat- in American Communists plan to organize or join any anli-Kiscn- liower demonstration which might bull up on the route. The Reds aic known lo have been the instigalois of the spit- rock-throwing demonstration that endangered Vice President Kichjird M. Nixon's lilu when lit visited and Peru u IVIny J058. Rural HS Vote Slated March 1 March I has been confirmed the date for an election on the for mation of a Great Bend Itural lligl school district. Residents of the present Grca Jiend school and residents of 160 sections of Barton County will vote on the lirst dny of on creation of the. district. The pro. posal must be carried by a major ity the voters in tho ant a majority within the rural area Gary Brown of the board county commissioners said Ihc board hopes lo select polling places nnd pick election judges by Thura so that information can be included in Ihe necessary reso Itition declaring the election The March I date will coincidi wild a Great Bend city i Ihe cily holds a prlmaiy election This will be determined by the number of candidates tiling for Ihc four city council seat.s that come up for election this year. If more than throe persons file for Ihe same the primary machinery goes into action. If city elcctioi is decided in the April gcnora election. To no one has filec for the council seals. Favors Resolution On Fighting Anti-Semitism UNITED N.Y. Germany went on recorc loday in favor of a proposed reso Itition lo condemn Ihe recent man ifcstalions of anli S e m 11 i s iv around world. Ambassador Werner Dniikworl a U.N. observer for West Her expressed his government's and a the resolution pending before the U.N Subcommission on I'rcvcnlioi of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities. Anderson Tosses Hat Into Ring Attorney General Will Seek Nomination on Governorship TOPliKA Gen. John Anderson announced today he will run for tho Republican nomina- tion for governor of Kansas. Andeison is the first of some three or four major candidates to make a lie has been critical ol the adminis- tration of Gov. George a for months and was considered a prime prospect for the gubernatorial running. He is expected to have opposi- tion for tho nomination from Gale Kansas Turnpike and Winl Smith Republican con- gressman from the Gth District. Smith already has announced has not yet paid his filing foe. will not run for re-election lo j whose hometown is At Moss is serving Ins second olco said he live term as attorney general pects to decide Friday whether lo lie first gained tho position by get into the GOP governorship conlcsl. lie will attend Kansas Day activities in Topcka that day. There also is a possibility Paul veteran leader of Repub- lican may get into the rare for the. nomination. The only announced candidate for governor in cither party is Hep William Elkhart Addington made his announcement months ago appointment in dur- Gov. Fred Hall's administra- tion and lalcr the same year won the eleclion for the lie was re-elected in 31I58. Even though he received his ap- pointment from Anderson lalcr broke with one-term Re- publican governor. was county attor- ney of .lohnson County for three terms and sl.ile senator from De Gaulle Aide Issues Plea To Insurgent French Forces HALF CENTURY OF KNIGHTHOOD. Roy member of Si. Ortier Knighls for 50 received a gold emblem from M. Krug a I- the regular mooting Tuesday night in the Great Bend Masonic temple. Krug is grand senior warden of I ho Knights Templar Frenchmen today lo Ilieir arms and end CARMICHAEL PoN't to HAVE PoWER to QUIT Fund-Raising Dinner in LA Eisenhower Heads West For Campaign Kickoff Persistent Mason Marks Half Century My IJVEHETT BROWN Tribune Area Editor in IBM a young man named Hoy Cornelius mounted to Ihc seat of .1 spring wagon lor a two-hour journey to Great In lO-degrce weather the wagon bounced and bumped over rutted roads In a man- ner Hint would disc-mirage the timid. Cornelius was en route to a Masonic lodge meeting. Iluudlod In bearskin robe and heavy he and his companions thought little of tho trip -that today is complishcd in few minutes. Tuesday the persistent iln lo noun rnlni-rinrl In SI fliim. 11101'C Illllll 811 Mich I'lllllCS bclllL' WASHINGTON Msenhower llcw west today lo lead Republicans in a nationwide klckoff for the J900 GOP cam- paign. Ills military jot transport look off tiom Andrews Air Force liasc In nearby Maryland at a.m KST lor Los Angeles with a briot .'.top scheduled In Denver. In Angeles Kiscnhowcr will speak at a party limd-ralsing din- ner His address will be Mason returned to St. Omcr Com- nuimlcry lor ceremonies honoring him for having completed years continuous membership as a Knight Templar. K M Krug of Great grand senior made the prcse.nta lion of n gold emblem Krug saul Unit Cornelius' .service spans two world wars and part of a third The lloislnglonian became a Mas tor Mason of lodge No. Ml June and served as secretary during 1005-00. lie waf master of the lodge In 1021. On May Cornelius lie- came a Hoyal Arch Mason in Mount Nobo chapler Great Uciul. Eight mouths on Jan. 1908 he was knighted in St. Omcr Com- Tuesday night's award was Ihe third emblem to be given tho Barton Countian. Dining Hois- uiRton's homecoming celebration in Cornelius won a 50-year a- ward for his longevity in the lodge He received his gold em blcm as a companion in Mount Nebo chapter in 1057. Cornelius says he lefl Great Bend in 1902 to buy the Hoisington Dis- which he owned and oper- ated until when he sold tho business to Vern Hall and Kd llel- present publishers of the weekly. At the age of Ihc veteran newspaperman recalls having worked for D.F. Armstrong on the Barton County Beacon. He Intel became city editor of the Daily Both papers were in Great Bend Cornelius is retired and lives at West Second lloisington. Takes African Crusade To Nigeria Wednesday Ghana Billy Graham lakes his African crusade to Nigeria today. A meeting Tuesday night in 125 miles northwest of completed the evangelist's Ghana visit during which he per- suaded more than Africans to make for Christ Before Hying to Kumasi Gra- ham met with Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah. The Weather GOLDEN BELT AREA Fair and cold tonight. Lows in the 20's. Thursday fair and a little ligh.s in the 40's. Local Weather Data Tuesday's High Low 32 A Year Ago Today High 19 Precipitation 24 Hours Ending 7 a.m. Trace Humidity at Noon 10 percent 2S.97 slcady more than such rallies being held simultaneously coast to coast. So will those of other lop speakers troni other points The Republican National miUoe is calling the cross country political tub thumping With Ike All of the iillairs will be linked Navy Gondola Located Today ABOARD USS VALLEY FORCE A scientific Gondola ditched Irom the world's largest balloon was located in the east- ern Caribbean today. Tho loaded with valu- able scientific was jettisoned Tuesday night when the giant balloon headed for the trackless jungles of Venezuela. It was located by a search plan ludny nnd Ihe destroyer guided lo the by Hie on a closed television circuit for 3D to minutes starting at 10 p m. Eastern standard time. In addition to the pri- v.alc telecasl will feature the main speakers at seven other dinners. They Include Vice President Richard M. currently a cinch to win the GOP presidential at Gov. Nel- son Rockeleller of Now York in and Thriislon U. Morton of Rcpub lic.au national In New York. On the the plane is sched- uled to stop 40 minutes in Denver. Mrs. Eisenhower will leave the party there lo spend a few days at the home of her ailing Mrs John S. The President will spend the night al the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Thursday morn- ing he will travel about 125 miles to the Palm clescrl resort area for a long weekend of golf and rest. Present indications arc the Pres- ident will head back to Washing- ton by plane stopping en route in Denver to pick up his wife. PARIS Charles do Gaulle's chief representalive in Algeria pleaded with insurgent lay down a general strike against the policy of sclf-de- termination for Algeria. Delegate General Paul Delouv- Ihe civilian administrator In the North African de- plored the four-day uprising in a -K Uprising In Algeria Seems Success-Bound ALGIERS by conviction grew in this embattled city today that Sunday's bloody uprising is not doomed to failure. As gray dawn broke over Al- insurgents demanding pro clamnllon of Algeria as part of France still manned liar ricades IP Ihe heart of the city. At this stage it was obvious that if was not a rising a handful of right-wing bul n popular insurrection bucked by most of Algeria's a num- ber of armv oflicors and some pro-French Moslems. Thousands of men and women --including several hundred Mos- lems gathered Tuesday outside the barricades of the university stronghold nnd listened to .Reports from the insurgent camp said they had enough food and supplies to hold out for and were certain of con- tinuing demonstrations of sym- pathy from the European popula- tion of Algiers and other cities. The whole city seemed con- vinced that Hie uprising has he- come a political problem and a On Page broadcast over army controlled radio Algiers. Even as he the thou- sands of armed insurgents were strengthening their shoulder-high barricades in the streets of Al Sim. Delouvner said no one in Al- giers wishes secession or a gov- ernment crisis. 1 understand the mo- tives of those with Ihc cour- age of have entrenched themselves to bear witness for French he said. know that these motives are shared by most people here. Met- ropolitan France must know This was the first official ad- mission that rioting Sunday in Al- in which 20 persons died and about ISO were was a reflection of widespread senti- ment and not the action of a rcl few French rightists. As the deadlock went into its fourth rumors spread that the President might evoke constitu tlonal provisions that would give him dictatorial powers if he fccis integrity Is menaced. Reports also persisted that Pre- mier Michel Debre would resign us a result of Ihe crisis in which persons died nnd about 150 were injured in a battle last Sunday pitting Frenchman against Dehre's aides denied the report. There was no sign of n solution to Ihe situation which posed the gravest threat lo De Gaulle since Ihc .Algerian uprising of May 1958 doomed Ihe Fourth French Repub- lic and vaulted him to power. The barricaded insurgents fearful that DC Gaulle's moderate self determination policy would lead to eventual independence for that Ihe largely Moslem land remain French. From his DC Gaulle re- affirmed his policy and called on the insurgents lo lay down their legion Highway' Program Mar. 30 reported that recovery operations I Miu'cn National designation of US-281 as the Legion Memor- ial will be commemor- ated in a six-state American Lc- glun conclave here would bo started immediately The carrying an 800- pound pack of supei'scnsitive film lo record cosmic ray had been sought throughout the night by ships of the project skyhook fleet. Reich Party Banned MAINZ Germany The slate of Hliineland-Palatmato to- day banned the tRight-wing Ger- man Reich party. Two members of the party have been convicted of desecrating the old Cologne synagogue on Christmas sel- ling off a world-wide anti-Semitic Caravans from Texas and North Dakota will head lor Great Bend on March carrying represen- tatives of Legion posts on US-281. They will pick up additional Le- gionnaires along the miles of the converging on Great Bend by March 30. According to present the Legion's nalional Mar- tin B. McKncally of New will be Ihe headline speaker ot the evening. Gov. George Dock- ing of Kansas is scheduled to take part in the as will stale commanders of the Legion in all US-281 Highway f. N Hewjtl. of Medicine Lodge They will meet for a dinner and program at the American Legion home. On a much larger the March observance will mirror a dcr under the direction of State Commander Leo Harris of Kansas to greet and escort Ihe visit- ors from the north. Kenneth department will head a s i m i I a r dedication' held on i caravan of Kansans who will mecl Nov. when US-281 was officially designated at the Ameri- can Legion highway in Kansas. On that occasion representatives of Legion posts along the highway in Kansas Smith Cen- Hois- Great Medicine Lodge and Hardtncr converged on Great Bend in two The celebration this year signifies the of the American Legion designation in Nor Hi and South Dakota. The Le- gion markers now extend from Mexico to Canada. Kansas Lcgtonnalrcs will send the Legionnaires from south of the Kansas border. The two Kansas groups will then escort the visitors to Great Bend. The group from j the north will have while the south caravan will cover miles. of very glad to have been selected as the site for Chamber Manager Kent. Collier commented loday. a big booster for Ihc north-south is given cre- dit for much of the effort culmi- nating in Ihe designalion of the highway. Great Bend's chamber has cooperated fully in conduct of the US-281 Highway association's a caravan lo the slate's south hor-lwork over Ihe past few years. Find Getaway Car in NJ Slayings NORTH red and black used as the getaway car by the slayer of four persons in a doc- tor's was found nearly 25 miles away in Elizabeth early to- day. The cab was abandoned a few Mocks from tho Newark lino be- fore 5 a Police had seen nolh- ng In the residential area while in a routine patrol an hour ear- Newark and Elizabeth police mi- nediatcly swarmed abdul the area coking for a man fiCting tho de- scription of the A police ilnrm had said he was about His victims women and a found in UI'B large white mansion of Dr Francis M. a prominent surgeon. All had been shot through the left temple The slayer's identity and his motive remained a mystery. The taxicab was taken to Ihc Elizabeth police1 where it was dusled for an hour after it was found a man filling the descrip- tion of the unknown suspect was picked up drunk in Elizabeth. Police wailed lo question him further bul one detective who spoke to the man said he was a doubtful suspect. The man was not identified. The trussed-up victims of Ihc multiple shooting included the doctor's invalid two women and a stranger to the a Newark cab driver. The three women were Edith in her wife of Francis 'a Cora and Dorothy Clarke's elderly housekeeper and companion. Their bodies were found side by side on a narrow bed in Mus. Clarke's room. They had been tied hand and foot with ties and strips of cloth The cab Morris of was in another bed- room on the second his body covered by a sheet. They were found by Mrs. Clarke's Cornelia Chap- who had left the home ear- lier on a shopping trip with her 3Vt. The only clues were the myster- ious passenger In the cab and a handful of .32 caliber shells The wish I said Middle- sex County Prosecutor Warren T. Wilentz. A few closets had been ransacked bul nolhing of value was missing. A sex The women had not been sexually molested and showed no signs of slruggle. don't think I had any enemies who would go to that said Dr. head surgeon nl SI. New Brunswick. John Anderson hat'i in the ring 31-Koreans Die In living Heir South Korea Thirty-one holiday-bound. Koreans were killed and 50 injured Tuos dny night In what one survivor called Ihe of a hu man stampede nl the Seoul rail- way station Kleven of the victims were chil- dren under in. They cither suffocated or were trampled to death when hundreds of lickc-t dashing wildly lo crowd into the last night train In piled up al Ihe bottom of a sleep stairway. Officials said one person appar- ently slipped im Ihe snow-coveied starting n lanche. Transportation Minister Kim II Hwan resigned today after eye- witnesses blamed station officials for Ihe tragedy. The station mas- ter also was relieved of his duties. President Syngman Rhcc ordered an investigation. thnn tickels had sold for the 16 coaches- than Iwicc the number of the station Rates were opened onlv five minutes before departure time. Sixteen of the dead were wom- en. Most of them were servants en route to their home in a seaport in southwest to cc'lebrale the lunar calendar New falls City's Traffic Flow Increases Traffic in and out of Great Rend over Ihe city's throe highways has increased slightly during Ihe but commercial volume is according lo the latest traf- fic-flow map. The 1959 Slate Highway commis- sion flow map was provided to the Chamber of Com by Fifth Division Director G. Robinson of Kllmwoocl It shows overage traf- fic as of the end of I95U. US-281 is carrying about the same traffic as in past ac- cording lo the survey. An average of vehicles were counted in a 24-hour period during al Ihe north edge of the cily. This was Ihc same figure as m 1058. Al Ihe south edge of the the How stood al up 150 from the previous year's average. Traffic to the east of Ihc cily on US-SB and K-flli was front vehicles a year ago lo in this year's labulation. On the wcsl end of cast of the. K-9C the traffic count has jumped from daily in 1958 to daily ill 1959. Farther west on US-58 the count is down from daily to this year. Adding all the counls around Ihe the chamber notes that traf- fic volume was up an average 810 vehicles while strictly commercial traffic was off 375 ve- hicles. lohnson County. Anderson attended Kansas Slate one year and then transferred to Ihe University of Kansas. He re- ceived his law degree in 1944 and for two years served as law clerk for U.S. Circuit Court Judge Wal- ler A. llu.xman. v In 1948 he was elected counly attorney of Johnson Counly and was rccli'cled in 1948 1950. lie served in Ihc Kansas Scnale from J952 until appointed attor- ney general in married the former Arlcne Auchard of Lawrence in 1043. The has three children. Anderson has filed suit against Gov. George a Demo- era challenging the governor's authority to issue paroles. Us frequently has cndmed Dock- ing's method of handling paroles and executive clemency. A strong trend in almost upset Dale the governor's pardon it- was a surprise candidate on the Democratic ticket and came wllhin about voles ot defeating Anderson. In that elec- tion Democrats also recaptured the governorship and look the of- fices of slate printer and stale treasurer Spiegel already has an- nounced lie will try again for at- lorncy In Anderson dcfealed Har- ry Marksville by nearly voles. Wiles in now Kansas Commis- sion chairman under n Docking appointment. The 3956 election snw Anderson pile up the largest vole of any Re- IMiblinin candidale for slate office other than supreme court. Airman Bobs In Lakefrie Icy Waters Y. air fighting physical nnd mental sat cramped in a metal in Lake Erie's icy wiilers loday. The assignment for Airman J.c of is part of Die Air Force's 72-hour endurance tcsl of man and a new ejection capsule designed for .supersonic 1158 Hustler. Barwise was strapped in the yellow pod and floated in Ihe. water near the Buffalo harbor al p Tuesday One of his first chores was lo man a bilge pump to run off seep- age which enters the capsule at Ihe rale of aboul an inch and half an hour Harwise.'s only ennlacl with Iho outside Is by radio to the. U. Coasl Guard tender Maple to which the capsule is tethered. The weather In lake was enough to chill the heartiest of ice fishermen. Temperatures ranged from 15 lo 20 above zero Tuesday nighl and Ihe water Icmperature was 32 Winds up to 35 miles an hour raked Ihe hull of the tinhoaled pod. Barwise is dressed in standard flying coveralls under a thermal lie wears plastic boolies over his GJ shoes. Wint Smith Won't Seek Re-Election Kas. Wint a seven-term congressman from the 61 h Kansas ad- vised the Hays Dally News he will nol sccit re-election this year. The Daily News said It had letter Irom Smith which will nol be a candidale for Con- gress in Smilb has been mentioned as' possible Republican candidate fop governor. His secretary in Wash- mgton said tho en- route to Topcka by may a statement there on Fri- Kansas Day. GB Firm Incorporated Prairie Oilfield Great a cable tool drilling has completed Incorporation proceedings in Authorized capil.ihr.nlion tit Late Bulletin TOPEKA House bill to provide salary increases for personnel al stale mental hos- pitals passed the Senate today willioul a dissenting vole. The bill now goes lo Ihc House for consideration of a minor Sen- ate amendment. The measure previously had passed Hie House by a unanimous vote. If the House approved the amendment an the bill then gn lo Gov. George Docking. iWSPAPERf   

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