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   Great Bend Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - November 27, 1960, Great Bend, Kansas                               AREA NEWS FULL AP WIRE SPORTS SOCIETY GREAT BEND TRIBUNE FIRST PAPER Throughout- The "GOLDEN BELT AREA" Of West Central Kansas 85TH YEAR, No. 92 GREAT BEND, KANSAS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1960 ISSUE 26 PAGES -TWO SECTIONS Kidnaper Eludes FBI Dragnet SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) A nationwide manhunt was on Sat-j urday for a convicted murderer after the cash payment of S200.-: 000 for the release of a kidnaped-1 wealthy San Diego sportsman. j The hunted man is believed to I have more than half of the ran-! som cash in his possession. The victim, Anthony Alessio, 41, is back with his family, un- narmed after his ordeal. The Alessio family, one of the; wealthiest in San Diego, operates: the Caliente Racetrack at ana, Mexico, just south of and the Hotel Del Coronado. Three persons have been ar-i rested for the kidnaping but aj fourth, Frank Marrone, 31. is still at large and is believed to have of the Alessio money. Marrone's neighbors at an apartment house said he once told them: "I'm going to make ai lot of money some day. And I'm go-; ing to make it at Caliente Race-: track." j The FBI said it understood Mar-i rone, a former bartender, tried at Anchorage, Alaska, in1 1958 and convicted of second-de- gree murder in the killing of: another bartender. The FBI said their information is that he is at liberty in that case on bond pending an appeal. Alessio was kidnaped from his luxurious San Diego home Tues-i day afternoon, but word of the! crime was kept secret until Fri- day night as FBI agents and lice worked on the case. Alessio returned from the race-j track and was kidnaped as he stepped out of his white Cadillac., He was driven to a vacant resi-j der.ce and then to a Soon Alessio'.? wife, Virginia, re-! ceived a call demanding 000 for her husband's release and be! were j notified. This was the first in a series of phone calls and communica- tions. The Alessio family, which includes Alessio's six brothers, fi- nally talked the kidnapers into ac-. cepting S200.00Q for the abducted man's release. Following instructions, a broth- er. John Alessio. placed the mon- ey in bills of S1CO and less in a Us 8 SEP Atlanta Store Has Both Klan, Negro Marchers ATLANTA, Ga. fAP) Negro students disregarded white-robed, hooded Rlansmen parading in front of a downtown department store Saturday and picketed the store in protest over segregated lunch counters. Want NATO Voice in Missile Use Satisfied With U.S. Control of Warheads PARIS (AP) Leading law-jvelop ''political authority" Bui the actual use- of thr makers from Atlantic pact coun-i aircraft, missiles, Polaris operating launciiinc It was the first time Klansmen itries agreed Saturday that the! marines and other methods of de-! sites or air baspp. for and-Negroes have staged demon: j governments of, the 15 NATO na-'ilivering a miclear bomb to an en-, is shared between the United stratioDS simultaneously on should nave a voice in thejcmy target. -State.' and tho. countries where same ground in Atlanta. juse of lhe alliance's missile; .The specific type of- authority they are stationed. around But they declined to not. spelled out, but: from pre- The MATO parliamentarians hatl steps toward making. NATO a nu-jvious -discussion it would mean been asked lo consider a new clear power on its own. i some kind of control of an Allied missiles and About: 200 members of parlia-j political body rather than U.S. their nuclear warheads under the meats of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members ended their military commanders. U.S. officers, acting under or- collective control of the alliance. That would have made NATO n Klansmen paraded Rich's department store for three hours before leaving the scene to Xegro pickets. There was no dis- order and no arrests. Thousands of shoppers paid lit- e attention to either group. Christmas, chimes from the store council, .which meets here nexlipack the punch of the U.S. are purelv mingled with horns OL cars that monlh_ u the colmcj] to and bombers in Western Eur- vi.sor.v--rrlused t., go that' far jammed the area. I-------------------------------------------------------------------- They wan( to NATO jp The Negro picketing was annual conference with a unani- ders from the President, have cus- world nuclear power on its own. mous resolution for the NATO j tody of the nuclear warheads that i The. parliamentarian; a re- sumption of antisegregation dem- onstrations that resulted last month in the arrest of 79 persons on charges of violating a. new state trespass law aimed al Iralt- ing lunch counter sit-ins. j After the mass -arrests, a 30- day truce was called lo permit white and Negro leaders to seek a solution. Negro sit-in'demonstra- tors returned to the downtown area -Friday, causing the closing of store eating facilities on what is usually the biggest shopping day of the year. Some 30 Klansmen appeared al 110 a.m. Saturday at Bich's, larg- est department store in the South- east. They marched in .single file, 15 feet apart, circling the store CHURCHMEN AT of the First United Presbyterian Church took advan- tage of a bright Saturday afternoon to work on their front driveway, installing a guard rail. Here Russell Johnson kneels to tamp cement into the post hole, while Emerson Believe Congolese Are Eating Enemies [of the mistiiies hut sidestepped j decision oil the warheads, which i would remain under t.'.S. control. They also called for  ns of Oriental- wields a hoe. In the background ore R. E. Gunn and (holding a bucket) Pastor Davis jcalled attention to a segregation Province and in the swamps .B. Cecil. It was a beautiful day for outdoors svork, and about everybody was taking [rally set for Wednesday night at! the middle Congo, human flesh is advantage of the opportunity. The parliamentarians aried irom Paul-Henri secretary-general, Mliat the next U.S. administration may make what Spaak described jas a very important proposal on the subject of nuclear armament. Just back from a visit (o Wash- ington, where he conferred with Hop American officials and with [spokesmen for President elect .lohn F. Kennedy, Spaak conceded ithat for the moment nothing been definitely decided by the LEOPOLDVILLE. the Congo'Americans. efforts to bring New Challenge To Mobutu's a downtown hotel. again eate_ in secret tribal ritual Hospital's 'Pattern Dinner to Cover Gifts' Ton i Centennial Plan I W j plans for Great Bend's partici- "j An hour later, fifteen or as a delicacy ar for nourish- Negro pickets bearing antisegre- menu but for'the magic properties Gifts and pledges of have duffel bag and drove to a parking reported by the "Pattern i lot in Hollywood Wednesday night. He left the bag in the un- locked car and walked away. A man removed the ba? and disap- peared in heavy traffic that was Gifts" committee of the Central Kansas Medical Center Fund cam- paign, 66 percent of the commit- tee's goal of cornected with a Santa Claus pa- i pace moves the campaign well rade in Hollywood that night. Ninety minutes later Alessio was found by FET agents in the San Diego motel, nill handcuffed along towards its ultimate goal of and chairman H. P. Thies and Frank N. Schartz have encour- aged the team to reach its of the campaign personnel on the: captain level, but newspaper pation in Kansas Centennial in 1961 announced at the Certennial gation and- boycott signs, began parading across the street from the Klansmen. Other Negroes dis- tributed pamphlets'calling on resi- dents to for freedom." Their leaflets said merchants "have flat- ly refused to let Atlanta Negroes shop and eat in dignity." tal Province, traditional Lu- mumba stronghold. of a dead enemy's limbs and The reports followed arrival in gans. The heart brings courage, j Stanleyville of Gfen. Victor Lun the dula, who head.ed the Congolese. Caracas Riots Leave I Dead braijn intelligence, and the legs army during Lumumba's rule and speed, according lo the witch doc-1 led it into a bloody civil in tors. They hold that the more J southern Kasai Province, dreaded and hated the enemy, more powerful the magic. :after col. Joseph Mobutu A iParrish Hotel. line precluded the detailing of team i According to Hal Weaver, chair-] members. These names will of.the City Centennial Corn- published at a later the; mittee, plans will be announced for The 21-man committee's fast campaign headquarters announced' the six-day "Centennial Stampede" Heft the scene, Calvin Craig, Klan Saturday. and blindfolded, but unharmed, j by Dec. 1. That is the date general The family had received a call solicitation opens. tellin? them where Alessio could: Meanwhile, General Teams and.' be found. .Area sections are completing thej Shortly after Alessio was freed I last echelon of enlistment to amass three person? were Los Angeles in the are Robert ai escapee from on at Chino, Calif., where he was servin. arrested force sufficient to contact the! Beer-to Minors Charge Filed Alien Boyd. 72. 2001 Hubbard. to be held in May. Speakers at the dinrer will in- clude: Mrs. Frank Haucke, vice- chairman of the Kansas Centennial j Commission: Ptoger Kirkwood, (executive director, Kansas Centen- jnial Commission: Paul tgonmaster, Santa Fe Trail Cara- !van, ard others in charge of local planning for the event. Reservations for the dinner must case. They j citizens of the Great Bend area for james Gorman. 29.; three year subscriptions to the new rom the lien's hosital five vears to life for bery: his wife. Ruby Elaine. t for and Selma Clark Marrone, 25. al g ta the Los Angeles. With their FBI agents recovered of hospital he combined Teams i to minors. Arca force of k wil, th ft t u operator of the Dew Drop inn, llthjbe macle bv Nov ,8 and tickets are and Kansas, is free on SiCO each. A pioneer menu and pion- bond under charges of selling beerieer music will be featured. may be made 'by calling the Chamber of Commerce. GL Boyd was arrested Friday and, 3.3597 or by writing to Box 44, remained in jail overnight, plead-i Great Bend. went into accompanied by Lester Maddox, chairman of a segregationist groups are permitted to group. Klan parade and demonstrate in Geor- gia .if they obtain a charter and do not wear masks. as in the cartoonists' stew." The magic of the warrior general's arrival in Stanley-! iTibesmen requires a body slain vflle where a smen ard poliro Saturday night lo _ smash new antigovernment rioie Lundula disappeared from sight bv hundreds of youthful leftists in took; Caracas. i Officers said two persons were I killed and 26 injured. U.N. headquarters- confirmed in combat or in vengeance. jvirate hopes to use the city as ai of blocked traffic, hurled stones uj. viidtc iiuuust tu use uiir tii.v j j j L U.N. officials are convinced thatlpossible springboard for p'ro-CasUo new outburst erupted one of the eight Irish .soldiersjba's return to power. killed in a recent Baluba ambush I At the same time, reports from in northern Katanga was eaten in the giant Congolese army cannibal ritual. in Leopoldville indicated steadily guard units helped police quell unjTs iieipea nonce aueii R Despite the Richard] His body disappeared from mounting opposition to Mobutu Sj demonstration her" the ransom money. Mrs. Marrone is the wife of the man still being sousht. Good Exercise Though for an orientation meeting and training clinic. This meeting is open lo the pub- lic, as is the general kickoff on Thursday. A news supplement carrying the ing not guilty to the charge before' r tc' BUGA, Colombia of the dramatic medical cen- partment. Chief Duane Moore said' ing next Wednesday. Boyd's arrest followed a tip by a citizen and extensive investiga- tion by the Great Bend police de- In than 200 prisoners at the aPPea! appears elsewhere jail who spent months digging ajthls Issue of the Tribune. I three of them tunnel to freedom found they had, "It will be noted that the thev bouvht and hacked their way to the warden's beer at the Den7 Dro Vandals Shoot Out injhe questioned seven j "i signed stalptnents! CARMICHAEL School's Windows himself, on the basis of the st Vandals using .22 caliber rifles jnlents- Idamaged the Sunny Valley Moore said the youngsters' ages' en Wednesday night. He declined i to release their names. Moore sien-i j ed the complaint against Mlles had been Iudmg In H. Rich, president of the depart- ment store, said Friday's business equaled the volume of slightly more than SI.2 million for the comparable after Thanksgiving sales day last year. Kennedy Works On Cabinet Jobs WASHINGTON (API Presi- dent-elect John F. Kennedy did some work on the shaping of his official family Saturday as well his personal family. But he couldn't tell reporters 27. son like N. M., surrendered even. drop any hints about Miles said he' was'wno named to his official where he had died under a hailjrule. which a Dumber of soldiers j Frjday of arrows. It never has been re- covered. Experts in tribal customs' believe he was selected from the eight victims as most suited for I their rites. resident for the Ghana HOUSG "KANSAS CITY ex- convict charged with murder of a Kansas C are known to have been partly consumed in similar ceremonies. all-night siege in The pilot of a single-seater ?o after an what, the as a ma- Valera said thousands of work- 's in Venezuela's interior had re- i turned to their jobs with the L----. dijiiv uotiiijeu rt> a i j i L gian observation plane shot downjjor over the United x by Congolese mutineers near In- kisi in July never was. found. A Congolese blandly told searchers: ''The people were so enraged they ate him." lions. Since then, victory-flushed sol- diers have been clamoring for re- ny. But hundreds of company em- ployes in the capital failed to up for work. iers navp neen cianiuung 101 IP- j j enge. U.X. troops in the have been'in a tale of constant headquarter, said All those familiar with the morel alert, primitive Congo tribes report aj conspiracy of silence concerningllmlu's efforts to return some 60 the cannibal rites. Even in thej U.N. vehicles requisitione cities Africans become silent, and; army have so far failed. hard of hearing when the mailer. "Mobutu does not control the! ithan 100 youths hunpr a black flag and shoutod "death to located one and half miles east of Great Bend, to the extent of some' S150 over the Thanksgiving holiday. According to Barlin County he did not ranged from 14 to 17. Boyd told Moore after the arrest that he "always checked" the ages of youths coming-to his place of busi- I said. Finally he took a cab to the rooming rec- ognized him there and called po- lice. Already in custody and charged with the slaying is LeRoy Lee Larson who, police say, admits dersheriff.Leonard Held, for identification and depend-1doing the fatal ly all of the windows in one build- ed 'J16 statements nf the buy-j Warrants charging first degree ing and a few in the other were broken by .22 slugs, several of which were found imbedded in the blackboard. The damage was discovered shor- Moore is only tly before noon Saturday by Harold Morris, director of the school board, who livss a short distance from the school. ers. Boyd said he can't read orjmunjer rile- i against When asked to judge Chief j convict, were Miles Jack issued Saturday and a third ex- Lynn Hodge. 27, i Moore's age. Boyd guessed "about Phoenix, Ariz., who still is'being 
                            

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