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   Iola Register (Newspaper) - March 8, 1961, Iola, Kansas                                The Weather Fair - Warmer THE lOLA REGISTER VOLUME LXIV, No. im. i ii.. Won'tAid UN Force I.KOPOLDVILLE. the Congo  ore the brunt of Congolese army attacks in the ports of Matadi and Banana last week are being called I homo. ; The ('ongolesc government today presented a five-|x>int ullima'-| turn to.Rajeshwar Dayal, Indian head of the U.N. Congo operation, and said it must be fulfilled before U.N. forces can return to Matadi, the chief supply port from which the- U.N. Sudanese gaiii-i son was-^qwlled Sunday. lOLA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY EVENlNd. .MAR( H �, !:)(,!. i-~Mir iii The Inla DhiI.v Hp){i>,lrr, 'I'hp Diiily  Iti'iiinl. iind  IiiIh I)�ily  Indi-x TWELVE PAGES C ramped; But If s Years oO'reedom S.MNT RRUEUC, Franco (AP)-.lean Baptiste Bellac, K). a bricklayer, has been living in an oversized wardrobe in a Brittany field'for three years, over since his wife turned him out of, the house. Bellac makes his bed in the drawer of the wardrobe, stores his food under the bedding and hangs his clothes in the upper part. What al)nut winter? "Thon I close the doors of riiy house," he said, smiling. "To bo free and happy one irust In; ready to suffer a little." FBI Opens Big Probe In Kansas City KANSAS CITY  _The .lu.s-11 ice Department in Washington is jconvinced there is a link between jKan.sas City politics and its underworld, The Kansas City Star re-,ported today. An   intensive   investigation   is being conducted in Kansas City t)y the ['"Bl, which assigned as manyi ,as 70 agents at one point in the .prolie, the .Star said. '   The   m a s s i V e   inquiry   was - Sir 'i'hoiiia.s,   Ih; was IWit.jin'.s ;iicatcst syiiiitouched off by  the  bombing of itilernationnily:,)ii,,i(. condnclur ol the 2()tl) ccn-^'""'"" Gladden, a battalion fire c,r ,;Symphonyij^,.y ^,,,,1 ^^,^,,.|^,.^ fore-il^'^^f; ]^'^^ � CAN YOU TOP THIS--Norris Went/, "JS, saws brnnchcs off a tree which landed atop his car duritig a severe windstorm \n Detroit, Mich. lie was trying to exiricat" the aiitn "a limb ;il 'i time."-(NKA Tclopholoi Thomas Beecham Dies In London, at Age of 81 Set Sewer^Bondr Vote for April 4; A $300,000 Issue A $:!00,0()i( bond issue I'j |iM.!:;rc (ci v, Ifn the (lepartment granted 'he coiii-lriiclion ol :\ w ,   ihi'^c ti.-ii;, ' (tjiuiiliorvil" permi's for the Ilpiil; disposal plant will l>e vo'.ei by  tola's citi/oiis  ai   ihc  .^pi r i' election. .April 1 Aii onlMi.M/e out lining the piopos.'ii \mis \.:\^-.v ' li> the governing lM)f|>  ye Jc; l.i:. loias iieofl l(ir a ;iiw ve\'.ili, posal plant l:;is tic ii (:ii':irh('l \>\ Ihc Katisns Sl.'iu   i/i:i,iriii.....i  n| Health tor sc.'t.iI sen,   KoHi'v, ing  their' arniii.il   m-ipcition   iln-hcaltii oHiiJ.als lia\e ii'pe.il' illy ir ported lli.al the f.iciliiy "i-  ii'.nlc (jualo and ohsolele in (lesi:'n In No^emll"|�. Da    \ zler. cliicl eii^^ini'ei ol iln   KsDII and several nieiiiliei>. ol In-,   i.ill took tola's city olfiei.al'-: .mkI biisi ncss men on .1 loni- r hlight<'d l.i The United Nations was considered certain to reject the Congolese demands, which were: 1. Dayal must be recalled and replaced by''an "impartial" U.N. official. The Leopoldville government charges Dayal is opposed to it. 2. The Congolese must control the flights of all U.N. aircraft in the Congo and all river traffic. :5. The United Nations must hand over all strategic bases to the Congolese. 4. The United Nations must stage no more armed parades in Leopoldville. 5.. Dayal must officially rotfact his "lying .statements" that the Congolese fired first at Matadi and Banana. An earlier Congolese demand for control of the strategic bases and air traffic in exchange for return of U.N. soldiers to Matadi had been termed "obviously unacceptable" by U.N. sources. The Congolese demands were put to Dayal and Irish Gen. Sean McKeown. the U.N. military chief: by acting Premier All:)ort Delvaux and .Iacc|ues Massa. a member of his Cabinet. LONDON  lAI'i B e e c h a m,   (il. known   conductor and opera, died early today.       j"""'        """"        " ""^ j|),pp|, exploded beneath his car Beecham   had   been   in   ptmr;'T'^^ '1'^' '"'''^''' oil Feb. 9. was released from the hos- heallh lor many months, although Mozart. Ilaiidel and  llaydn   15iit pital Friday. He had been highly jhe continued to make recordings, he v.;is known almost a.s well to critical of City Hall politics and He died at his London home alter i a cerebral thrombosis. � music Late Briefs WASHINGTON (AP)-Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara issued an order today giving the Air Force control of military space development. WASHINGTON (AP) -The Senate overrode opposition of some of its liberals of both parties today to confirm Prcsi .'ent Kennedy's nomination of Charles M. Meriwether as an Exiiort-Import Bank director. The roll call vote was 66-I8. overs for his canstie witti- '''''^cd the bombing on his out-... 'spoken criticisms, cisms, somclimcs shockni:i. usually  ine\oront.  which  infuriated'   There are strong indications the or deliuhted his audiences iSU"' said,  that a federal grand ,       , , .,       ,     jury will be impaneled to look into In Fol)ruarv limo. while under-�,.,,, , ,j__ ,        ,; riKansas City crime, taking   a   throe-month   tour   of, g^^^ ^j^^ ^^.^ i, ^ .Vmenca^ ho suftored a. severe,f,.^^ Washington that the Justice attack of v.ru.s pneumonia. I e -e-; assigning two at- sponded quickly to  roalment. bu i^^,,.' i,       prosecution It was obxaous that the lUncss had,,f y^^^ character su-en'gth ' '^'^icharged with assaulting a govern- w'^E':fh"i!''''r\'''^'r'*"i"^i"rS April 17 is Felix '''l!^,!'^^'' '^T     '^^'^'VFcrina.  He won acquittal on a eel a series of performances at ^,,^,, ,k,,.,, irz.^;r,, ic o^^,. nri Co\'ent Garden. Sir Thomas inherited a vast fortune and a baronetcy from his father, who made his money manufacturing pills and other patent medicines. The son spent millions popularizing operatic and Lininger To Wichita stale charge. Ferina is accused of assaulting Kenneth Bruce Sheetz, who was shot four times.April 17 as he stood in the doorway of his: home. Sheetz testified before an Omaha grand jury against Am operas, in Fnaland early in thei century, organizin;? eight orches- Sheetz recovered    from    his wounds and identified Ferina and John Cardarella, another Kansas City hoodlum, as" his assailants. Cardarella has not come to H.rial iyot. lol-i High Schoorfor the past five As  the  negotiations  continued, i years, has accepted a posilicin with 1 tnas over a period 40 years, and keeping alive the music of British composer I-'rodorick Dclius almost single-handed He al.so introduced   Russian   ballot   to   the ,-mies Ijninger. head eoach at!   "0  was  married  tliieo  times. | yV'DaUffllter FOF His   first   marriaw.   in   wm   to. U Utica   Ccleslia   Wollos   of   Now!  e.;r aj:o the governing iiolv "o ,'.''iye;| Larkin anti As-�o'l.i' K.ir::-as City, to design .1 � e\\ s(".'.;e_;e ihsposal plant. In 1),( cMiber. I'.iiiil. their study was pi.'s( 111"'!   II dcMMihod three al- lern.il i\e'- I lie engineers  reeonunended a � .i-ic st;!tiili/.itioii l.agoon system In h i   ie!,ili\ely new but report- lA lii l.c a ,sii(((>;>.sfull operation � 111 ou'.Jioiil   the  Midwest. 'Ilii-^ pl.m ua, seleetcd tiy the :'o\.Ilium boflv and was dcscrib-�f| in some detail by The Register in it.-- issue of .Ian, ;il.    The facility will be built west ani south of the present installa-lion, .surroiiiulod by a dike to pro-ii'I  II Ironr high water. As the .lohii Hednioiifl Dam on the Neosho 1:. now under construction and 'slionld be completed by l!Mi3 the ^il.ir.'.;er ol flooding will l)e greatly K-liiic'l 111 about two years. 'I'lie Imoon stylo sewage disposal ip'.in! costs less to build and is  he.iper to opeiate. the engineers !s;i> 'I'lics cslimale that building Although they �ot oil to aiijwitii trickling filters, digesters, early start lola's city ctinmiiss-j sotti:iiu basins and sludge drying loners yesterday wore not (piitoibeds uould cost at least $.507,765. able to complete Iheir chores in'The entire cost of the lagoon type time for a (5 p.111. dinner. Thoy re--including additional land cessed to meet again al 10 a in -utI bnilflmp. a dike about the ha Thursday. sins-i.> estimated at $407..560. Thev recei\ed the Fobruars re .   t, , .   .1 ____,   ,f         1    t   1        � 1        Tk' engineers al.so estimate tlie Still Need Adjourned S^sion and costs during Iho month. Thisl included $53 for parking viola-lions. Other offenses consisted of speeding 6; other Irailic Mola-tiohs 7: drunk and disturbing ihe peace 5. per year opeiatinji cost of the mechanical plaiil  at S27.(I00. The commissioners plan to finance the project with the pro-;Mi:-ed SoOo.ooo bond issue, a-fed-or.il uranl and money now in the Jim Wilson, utility superinlcnti- scuer sinking fund. The federal ent. presented a plan lor traflic I grants for .sewer projects are on lanes on .Madison which has been!,, prorated basis and the amount approved by the State Highway js (iifficult to estimate in advance. Commission. It incluties vveih d io!a qualifies its grant should marked lanes for rlriveis making: be between SGO.IKX) and $70,000. right or left turns at .loiferson jThe balance would come from the and Washington plus a middle j seucr funds now on hand, lane for east or westbound ve-i It is porposed to issue general hides. !obligation  bonds  to be retired Traffic officials believe il will|within 10 years with funds de-speed traffic and reduce the daii-l rived from monthly sewer charg-ger of collisions al the two inter-ios plus a small ad valorem tax. sections. Due lo Ihe c.vlensive � l'"oi' residential consumers the markings which will be required,' proposed monthly sewer charge Wilson said that traffic may lie would be 50 per cent of their aver-(Continued on Page 8. No ">)       (Continued on Page 8, No. 1) Suhnierged 67 Days HOLY LOCH. Scotland 'AP' -The U. S. nuclear submarine Patrick Henry tied up in the Holy Loch today after a world record operational cruise of 66 days and 22 hours totally submerged. U. S. Navy officials announced the record after the Patrick Henry arrived alongside- her mother ship, the tender Proteus. The first sub to cruise abroad with a full load of 16 Polaris missiles, the � Patrick Henry is the first of the fleet of 10 American rocket-firing subs that will use the Holy Loch as a base within missile range of the Soviet Union. "We could remain submerged a good many weeks more." the Patrick Henry's skipper, Capt. Harold E. Shear, told newsmen aboard the Proteus. the Con'-'oles'b talked with increas-1 the Wi-hila Heights High School York, ended in  liUlj in divorce. ing Ijelligerence as a result of their victory over the vSudaneso garrison that withdrew from Matadi. Delvaux told newsmen "for the moment we have decided that U.N. solrliers will not go back" to Matarli, which is 150 miles soiithwesi of Leopoldville. (!aptain Olmslead that the iiilernalional command is detcrminoti to maintain a freo h;in,d in  the  movement  of men and supplies. He refused to say! co.ieh football anrl swimming. I'lii whether U.N. troops were mo\ing! nor  I'oiinr-.  siiporint'?ndcnl'.  sail tow.iid Matadi, The  I'nilefl   ,\alions has alwiiit K'.OOO Jjoops in Uio Cfiimo. TluM lilj--One loa.siin I.iningor-tjave f{�r cffo'jtivc al the close of this .schoo'p"""   "f"-''        married   Knglish]   toPKKA Kan lAPi-Air Force nianist   Holly  Humby.  who  dicd.Capt. Freenian B. Olmslead could in 1958.  In 1950 he nv.rried his ,,, be.happier, secroary, Shirley 1 udson. 27. \\v    ,,-|,,(, ^.^^^^ Russians had two .sons, by his first  mar- af,p,. ^p^^n months , . im|)ii,sonmont behind the Iron Cur- After-stiiilying music ;il Oxioiil. j, he made his debut  in his toons    ,,j 4*"rr; hi'lia Tit---------ntsi(i-will-'fK)ost~tho-fnrcr-tn~'2(t:tK>0~ (ionsulcrinji Ban On C ?.)( Wichita )?cfghf.s j^l-rlns-cT-tTn-thr^homey'ot-'tii.s'"piiT-' onK .ind liis wife's. During Ihe meeting Mond.iy eve niiig. the board of odiu-ation re. iieucd the contracts 61 o'hei tcachcis and custodians. Horino said there will be a fev, other changes in his staff .so far as he now knows. Ho roporterl that  Iho. new boilers have been installed in .Jefferson and are opor;iting satisfactorily. When dismantled the old heating plant proved lo be in worse condition than it was judged to be. The Weather fine.  Father is home babysitting �""�with Karon. (.>lmslead and t'apl. .lohn Mc-^,H . j Jackson, about 70, a retired rail- In   a   70-page   opinion,   .ludge; roader.  and  Car.son  Leo  Miller, Thomas F. Murphy suggested Ihc'iabbut 65, a farmer, bfi'ih of Ihe' government prepare  a  final  de-�South Haven community, crce containing ;in-order for Pan:   Dr. B. .1. Myers, coroner, sairi; .American to divest  itself of its ;'hc men apparently drowned wheni Panagra . stock. thoy were trapped in Ihc car. SUSPECT IN FItKNCi! K!l>.\\PI.\fr- Handcutfod. bctweon French police. Kol.in'l do !;;Miir ui 1, escorted from police headquarters al .Aiuiecy. !'r;iii( r ,ii'-r o';'',.li' Min<.i in cenre:'tion with last year's kii!:i:!|j iif-nni  "I   lye.rold  anl't'hoir  Kric Peugeot, i'olici. III.,   'isi-:i   ,,1 -i Kii'i.Mi as Kaymond Rol- and, and a ci mpanieii. !'i-ii    l.ii'!;. r  li;ivr confes'iefl the kid-napin;.; v\hieh nellc.'l Uk:-!       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