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   Lawrence Daily Journal World (Newspaper) - May 4, 1960, Lawrence, Kansas                                LAWRENCE DAILY JOURNALWORLD HERF FOR Solon Ayers left Haskell Institute today greeted three men sent here to inspect campus buildings that have been condemned unsafe for student Ayres said last week that about million in new buildings will be needed to make accommo dations The visitors left to right are Arthur engineering adviser from Washing Vern to the commissioner of Indian affairs in and Will area director from JournalWorld Heard In Lawrence I Wilson Will Seek Crews Youngster Taken Wilt former Kan sas University AllAmerican bas ketball player and now a profes sional passed briefly through Lawrence Tuesday driving his fullyequipped lavender Cadillac Chamberlain has been Second Term Here A c JtllOOl For LMH Treatment Byron Ewing son of and Raymond Crews of 702 3rd swallowed a springlike metal clip this morn HUB uccn j Earl superintendent of ing and had to be rushed to Law touring with a pickup team in the j Douglas County said torence Memorial where East and was en route to Los And he candidate for rejthe clip was He will complete some bus lor tttrnmt iness deals prior to joining the eletlon in this He is Harlem Globetrotters about June ja 1 in The Trotters have a I a teacher in the Eudora European tour coming school system from 1951 until his Chamberlain visited briefly with i election two years is the sec former coach Dick Harp and i ond Democrat to announce for a Wayne KU sophomore county Harvey star who is also a Philadelphia j Booth of Baldwin announced star wno is also a miiaaeipma i uoom or Baldwin announced as Chamberlain seemed in a candidate for county to the hos good spirits but did not indicate IP18 youngster still is not badly and it will be 48 hours before true damage can be The mother was nearby when the accident She im mediately picked him up and rushed to a neighbors The baby then was rushed to the hos what his future plans might To Wilson is unopposed for He has declared he never again the will play in the National Basket ball The sixth in the series of eight motherbaby care classes will be from 7 to 9 today in the phy sicians lecture room at Lawrence Memorial Citycounty health nurse Lois Linden will talk on Daily Care of the New He was born in Saline County and attended elementary and high schools in Assaria He was grad lated from Kansas State Colleee DeathsFunerals Archie Toothaker Graveside services will be at Friday in for Archie a former resident of Law Toothaker died Saturday in San where he had been making his home with his Judge James j Toothaker was bom at Wheaton and was graduated from the Yale University Divinity He was ordained a Con considered out of KU Choir ContiHued From Paoa 11 i Sacco wrote into some of the fa mous lines of the Biblical I Consider the lilies of the he floundered in choosing arbi trary speech rhythms for such powerful moments as Your heavenly Father cares for them and How much oh ye of gregational minister at f at Manhattan EARL WILSON in with a field of He Ha preached at Council Albu and Toothaker also had worked as a collector in the circulation department of the He is survived by his son two Ethel Johnson and Helen both of two Al len Toothaker of and Lee Toothaker of Texi r Martha Wllson and Janfe fl little The University Chorale sang seph Lukewitz fpr which the com T ncic xaiicu u poser deliberately Jence was springy rhythmic scheme and a blockchord style that suited the texts very It was only be cause there were seven of instead of perhaps four or trifle that the device became a Henry Campbells Twice Away fitted easily in the com petent including a routine harmonization of but it did not rise above mere ROK Naval Craft Drives Reds Off Koreans Say Torpedo Boats Trying to Help Secret Agents South Korea A South Korean navy frigate today repelled a North Korean torpedo boat attack which the navy claimed was designed to cover an attempt to land Red The navy said the encouter was over in less than five minutes and the three attack craft fled into dense fog when the frigate returned The frigate suffered no crew casualties or material a spokesman It was known whether the attack ers were The Reds attacked 15 miles off the east about two miles south of the truce demarcation line separating North and South the navy The navy communique ex pressed belief the were trying to land spies or saboteurs in South Korea to take advantage of the April 26 polit ical Such naval clashes have taken place in the but it was the first Red attack since the upris ing following the March IS presi dential elections forced the resig nation of President Syngman The navy said it had increased its patrols off both the east and west coasts to block Red at tempts to land agents behind the land frontier patrolled by South Korean and The navy also moved the north ern boundary for east coast fish ing three miles to the south to keep Soith Korean fishermen away from Communist The North Koreans again de manded formally that United Na tions forces get out of South Ko The demand was made at a meeting of the military armistice commission called by the Reds at The command as usual rejected the South Korean students paraded For the fourth straight day through the port city of Pusan demanding election of a new National As Two thousand high school pupils marched three miles chanting until they were dispersed by troops at the City uy uouuo Bl UlC UW Poems by a little byJcu Hall TankTand armored cars were called but no vio Agitation for demonstrations against the Assembly appeared subsiding in and the care taker government shoved the cur few in the capital back to mid night Doolan Continued Prom Page 1 andthe marriage soon was nothing but After the cojple broke Doolan threatened and even wrote a suicide How police caught him on the Kaw River Soon Doolan left and did not return until sometime in when he went to work for the Kansas University Building and Grounds Whiskey also cost him his KU he said They wouldnt let us drink so I would lay off and get drunk they fired Getting drunk has given him the courage to get into he Prior the murder of Miss Doolans crimes ranged mostly from stealing cars to forgery and while serving in the federal prison at he tried to stab a fellow prisoner and was sent to the federal mental hos pital in Doolan says he does not remember that It was the second time I went clear out of my he The first time was in San About the murder of Miss bachelor of science degree in the One of the most successful abort works of the evening was a set taught 13 years in high tln8 bv Mberl Carr of Words serving also as an athletic wortns She Dwelt Among coach and for five years as aj Untrodden Along with a In 1939 he was electedj traditional use of vocal county superintendent of schoolsCarr bv fresn harmonic in Nemaha serving in that the work so that it meets capacity for eight i Wordsworths mood When he became affiliated with The closing of the program was ihe Laidlaw A Letter from asthree sisters Mrs Martha appointed r uie compoMr MrJanf Tlbbrtte to fi his SheM11 Sym both of and Anna the Was dected to a ful1 term the Ameri SothftoToSSr Blowing The Wilsons moved Ian MuaTo a Whitman loouaaer or tQ Lflw the work is a griefstricken no Toothaker of Joseph Hearin Funeral services will be Thurs to Lawrence in and live at 901 Wilson teaches at A was grad runcrai services will DC inurs naa giau day in the Simmons Funeral Homeuated from Kansas University two at Argentine for Joseph Hearyears griefstricken ac count of a mother who by of the death of her only of who died Tuesday Wilson is the former Eve at Bethany Hospital in v She lived in the Mid land community in Douglas County Charles Burns will conduct until she enrolled at Kansas the services at and I feel my qualifications and ex burial will be in Maple Hill ffcftrin wfls the Fc TTMOUH DOIU nseiriDi6 in on Railway agent in Eudora from pledge to the teachers and j running 1936 to when he was transthe several school boards that 11 p ferred to He rew continue to cooperate fully in I so tired in He was a past masour mutual ambition to give to our ter of the Masonic Lodge in Eurural students the best education perience are such that I can ren der good service to the county school Wilson said to While the tragedy of the poem is clearly conveyed the work is too partly be cause of undue and partly because of pregnant tremo landos which are ineffectual from the Scattered choral epi sodes are not without but it makes little use of the full en semble in proportion to the total Survivors include the Margaret Hearin of the1 home three Ann Richmond of Kansas Marjorie Zillner of Kansas and Lila Rash of Thayer one Joseph Hearin of Leavenworth two Tom Hearin of Hen and Lloyd Hearin of two Maye Freer of Clay and Belle Ragsdale of four Special communication Lawrence Stated communication Lawrence Lodge of Perfec tion May 6 Marion i well Tf he would polish th tone especially of the wnrant he would have a notable Memorial Hospital ADMISSIONS Martha Baldwin Arinez 151 Perry Edythe 1407 Maple Egon 413 14th Lettle Route 4 Charles Baldwin Lawrence Linwood Bonnie 1342 Nancy Tongan oxie Bryon 702 3rd Steiht 1411 Martin DISMISSALS Mary 601 Maple Miss Beulah Baldwin Imogene Brecheisen and baby Eudora Marion 1425 Karen Cra 333 Johnson David 827 Carol Woodin and baby 1813 Ruby McLouth Gladys 2419 Yale Joan Cook and baby Meriden Audean Mc Louth Wesley 2140 Bark er Jeanette Henry and baby Park Hill Susie 1111 Lee Tonganoxie Alma Route 2 Carmen 1536 Alex Bran Overbrook Penny Baldwin Miss Edith 913 Special communication Lawrence W e May J Degree work Sojourners I Marion j of i j v and thunderstorms are likely tonight over much of the M Valley Texas and coastal areas of the central Gulf Occasional rain is for and central Rockies and the Plateau Generally it will be warmer MiMiMippi Doolan said if he hadnt been he would not have killed He maintains robbery was not a She always gave me I didnt have to steal he He also main tains that he was going to give himself I knew I was not going to get he Thats the rea son I pleaded I expected to pay for the and I ex pected to get the death penalty Im grateful I got life At Doolan expects to study a field in which he has some I feel that life is worse punish ment he Death is not a Death just puts you out of your gets you to the life of hereafter I and thats i Doolan said he expects to be forgiven in the eyes of God for his I am sorry for my life and the way it has he and I know God will forgive Doolan thinks he is but weak when it comes to getting Although he says he is for his he thinks he probably would be doing the same thing if he now were on the Not he Thats something else I didnt want to Doolan added Miss Smith was a fine person and he is sorry she is I believe she has gone on to better he said If she I dont believe I would have been able to I think the killing would have bothered Lucy Given A Divorce SANTA Lucille in divorced Desi Arnaz today with testimony that he was a Jekyll and Hyde who had made their marriage a nightmare for the last three The orangehaired comedy star appeared in the Santa Monica Su perior From the moment she took the stand her usual jaunty air van ished and she began trying to hold back the The couple had been married 20 The longest run of any play produced in New York was es tablished by Life With It ran for May THEODORE BURNETT CARL DUNBAR FRANK GILMORE Twin Dorm Open House Kansas Universitys twin dormi tories for Templin and Lew Is will hoM their first open house from 2 to 4 May The two at 1515 En gel have a student capacity of 432 Both of the buildings were opened this Templin hall was opened at the beginning of the fa semester and Lewis was opened at the beginning of the spring The public is invited to the open FiveKU NORMAN NEWELL MONUMENTS AND MARKERS Lawrence Memorial ato last 13th VIS SO of Continued From Page 1 daughter of the late and Elmer Native of CeJumbw Dunbar came to KU from Cherokee County High School in After earning the degree from he began work on the degree from Yale University with which he has since been rssocmted except for two years on the faculty of Minnesota He joined the Yale faculty in was pro moted to professor by and in 1942 became director of the famous Peabody Museum of Nat ural He retired 19G9 and in the same year received the Hayden Memorial given every third year to a distinguish ed geologist by the American Academy ef The pre vious recipient was Raymond Summerfield distin guished professor at Dunbar has served several terms as associate editor of the Journal of Paleontology Jnd of the Ameri can Journal of Dunbar Is the former Lora Beam aunt of Raymond Beamer of Their is Sidney wife of the associate professor of German at Gilmore was born in Lawrence in After graduation from j KU in 1898 he became head elec trician of a gold ore reduction mill at Colorado In 1903 ne emigrated to Mexico to con struct a 100mile highvoltage transmission line from a hydro electric station to the fabled min ing center at During the next few yean Gilmore di rected construction of two hydro electric plants and aa president of the company guided expansion of a system as large as the state of Pennsylvania in the central plateau granary of Mexico In 1929 he became president of a company formed by merger 3f 17 operating units with head quarters in Mexico He re tired in after 45 yean of helping develop the resources of Harkness came from his native Kansas to earn a jour nalism degree from KU in He joined the Kansas City bureau of the United Press and in 1934 transferred to the Washington bu later moving to the Phila delphia Inquirers In 1043 he joined the National Broadcast ing Company as a radio newt commentator and covered most of the important governmental events of the wartime He is credited with having suggested to the late President Roosevelt the phrase Freedom from Want as one of the four Atlantic Char ter In 1048 he branched into television with the first NBC network news Story of the from He has twice been president of the Radio and Television Correspondents As sociation and ia now chairman of the board of governors of the National Press Newell earned and degrees in geology from KU in 1920 and He received the from Yale University and held a Sterling postdoctoral He was an assistant with ihe Kansas Geological Sur vey for four years through 1933 and was appointed to the KU fac From 1937 to 1942 he was associate professor at Wisconsin University and 194245 was full time advisor and consultant on petroleum to the government of For the past 15 years he has been curator of historical geo logy and foasii invertebrates of the American Museum of Natural His full professor of geology at Columbia University and director of the Museum Hall of Funeral floral Alex anders EMERGENCY ambulance24 Rumsey Funeral Position of City Isnt Enviable In Clear Zone Mlxup The City Commission was placed in the unenviable position Tuesday of becoming one of the first if not the first in the nation to pay something other cities get The bound by an earlier agreement with the federal accepted appraisers sports on the clear zone ease ments over land surrounding tht Lawrence Municipal In order to receive the balance of federal funds to pay for airport improvements made in the past several the city is required to have clear zone easements agreements with surrounding land owners that no tall equipment or structures will be used on land that might interfere with takeoffs and landings of The land can be But the landowners wouldnt give the easements so the city is forced to pay for a total of if the appraisers reports are acceplcd by the own j City Engineer George Williams told the Commission that Federal Aviation Administration officials were quite surprised that Law rence would have to pay for these since they had no rec ords of this ever having been re quired But Lawrence must have ease ments to get federal and the who has been holding the bag since he did the work at the cannot get his money until federal assistance The commissioners also discov ered a new law Their action on widening and resurfac ing Ninth Street from Tennessee west to Mississippi will be delay ed at least six weeks under a new state law that requires several steps be taken before resurfacing and widening can be done on an arterial One step is a 90 day wait for legal But even by following the new the job is expected to be finished be fore the first football game in the In other the Commis sion Deferred action on paving Harvard Road west from Iowa Street and Alabama Street south of 23rd for a week because of aa error in the first ordinance ing part of this work to be Adopted resolutions ordering resurfacing of 19th Street from Massachusetts east to Barker Kentucky from Sixth to Seventh New York from Seventh to math and Rhode Island from llth to Sullivan Files For State Job Frank Sullivan of Lawrence to day again filed for the Republican nomination for Kansas commis sioner of A veteran ia the office he now Sullivan it the 21st commissioner to aerve the state since establishment of the Insurance Department ia During Sullivans tht number of insurances companies and rating bureaus coming under hit supervision has increased from 610 to 701 and revenue for the department has more than Sullivan also has drawn praise for the efficiency of opera tion and his department returned to the state general fund from iti appropriations for the 1050 fiscal CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my thanks to Ralph the nurses and aides for their can and kindness during my stay in the Also thanks to my relatives and neighbors for the many lovely cards and gifts and These things will never be Neva ACCIDENT FME DRIVERS GET AN fXTOA POTTED TOMATO PLANTS ALL NIW COLORS OP BEDDING PLANTS HARDY MUM PLANTS ALLISONTHOMAS GREENHOUSE IWJHANM IXI AUTO INSURANCE MAIIONWIO IMVICI A OPEN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 21 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