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   Moberly Monitor-Index (Newspaper) - October 31, 1960, Moberly, Missouri                              MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND MOBERLY EVENING DEMOCRAT VOL. 42 34 O3ZRLT MOXTTOB INDEX. 1ST- 1S16 MOBERLX DEMOCRAT. 1ST. 1873 MOBERLY, MISSOURI MON., OCT. 31, 1960 Lifrgro W3313 ASSOCIATED fSXSS AXJ> NO. 103 Marines End Cuban 'Show of Strength' Special Force of Goes Back to Sea After Weekend at Guantanamo Naval Base That Brought Castro Charges of Aggression HAVANA A special Sever and "any force of U.S. Marines, whoseI usual term for be weekend visit to Guantasamo Bay I liquidated if they came to Cuba, brought charges of aggression Along More Military lines from supporters of Prime Minis-1 Called out at 7 a-m., the militia- ter Fidel Castro, west back to sea) men forms to give infor- today, rnation on where thev could be They headed for home base at any hour of day> It Puerto Kico after four weeks oil (Continued on Page 2) maneuvers at sea aboard the as-j ______________ Probe Crash of College Foolbal Team's Airliner 16 California Poly Players Are Among 22 Persons Killed sault carrier Boxer and 48 of shore leave at Guantanamo. Their visit, termed in Washington a period of rest and relaxation, served nevertheless as a hint to Castro that help is not far off if anyone should take a swing at Guantasamo. In apparent retaliation for the presence of the Marines. Castro Sunday called out an estimated of Ms reorganized civilian militia for meetings in Havana, Speakers harped on. Castro's oft- repeated theme that the United States is planning to launch an in- vasion: of Cuba. of U.S. authorities at first said flie of a flaming airliner crash that 48-hour visit of the Marines at "the kiHed 22 persons Saturday night TOLEDO, Ohio base on the southeast coast was to give the highly trained force ashore. But they later added it could be considered a told of sputtering engines and a wobbly takeoff. Accounts of the crash and tie flame-scarred wreckage of the Candidates Head Into Decisive Final Week Nixon Huddles With Ike, Plans Trip to Alaska Believes Five Key States Up for Grabs In Final Eight Days Early Expansion Of (AN. Doomed by Russia UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) Soviet Union today appar- ently doomed immediate expan- jsioa of the U.N. Security Council by linking such proposals to a ce- mand for the sealing of Red China. i Argentine Delegate Leopoldo H. JTettamanuBi told the General As- jsembly's Political Committee that Kennedy Assails Nixon Record of Past 14 Years Says Nation 'Cannot Afford' Four Years Of GOP Leadership w tmea tne OI fte i Council must be increased to in- turning into fee homestretch. fair reoresentaiion of In another campaign develop- members ffT- A.RL.NER CRASH BR.NGS DEATH wreckage of the chartered airliner that crasned on takeoff Saturday night at Toieao, Onio, jrmmd Express Airport. Aboard were 48 members of a California State Poly College tootball party, iwenty-two were killed 16 football players. Tail is flipped on its back. (AP Wirephoto) base. supporters called the show of strength to discourage chartered C46 aircraft were being examined today by federal, state and local investigators, seeking the cause of the disaster. The twin-engine plane, attempt- ing to take off in a heavy fog, carried 48 persons. Most were members of the California Poly- technic College football team re- turning to the school. Tisit of the Marines "provocation and aggression." Castro appeared at one of fee militia meetings and boasted Cu bas7 defenses are stronger than- Four Whites in Congo War Plot Blunt Offensive by Tribesmen; Russia "We barely got off when the] Demands Quick Report engines started sputtering. Then Snow Falls in Mexico Area; Skies to Clear Many Parts of State Record Heavy Rains In Dreary Weekend KANSAS CITY (AP) windy and wet weather moved Luis Obispo insurance fiie left engine gave said James Fahey, 22, a halfback from Gflroy, Calif. He suffered minor injuries. Bounced Beside Eunway The plane bounced alongside tie runway, broke in half and the front section burst into flames. The dead were riding up front. Trilled were the pilot, co-pilot, and 16 members of the foot team. Also dead were the team mana- the Congo troops have "blunted an offensive by rampaging Baluba Theft at Theater Nixon's Brother Admits Hughes' Company Loan Bamage estimated at S100 was caused by vandalism at the Dool- ey Nursery and Garden, 1211 My- over the weekend. Denton Dooley, the owner, said a lock and fastener were broken j guf- Statement SayS off a building in which were stor- p _ .J ed evergreen trees ready for reGFSOn I TICS planting. He said there was ex-j YQ SmeGf the tensive damage to fee trees. He also said many small ever- greens were pulled out of the ground, some of them stolen and By GENE LOS ANGELES (AP) Vice of all 50 considered "as long as the legiti- states. The White House announced mate rights Republic of of the CMna are that Nixon, Republican candidate j ignored." to succeed Eisenhower, and ai group of campaign aides would: lunch, with Eisenhower. Asked whether the meeting would, deal with campaign strat- egy, with, the election just tight days off, presidential press secre- tary James C. Hagerty laughed and replied: Sees Crucial Week "Certainly they are not going to talk about the time of day. It wfll be a discussion of the final days of the campaign.' Nixon headed into the final and in his opinion, of the campaign classifying five key states as "up for grabs." The five: Illinois, Michigan, Pennsyl- vania, Ohio and New York. tribesmen in chaotic Kasal prov-i others damaged. He added that a ince after seizing four white offi-j cers leading "the native warriors. j Three Belgians posing as trad- ers and a white EhodesiaE identi- fied only as "Captain Robert" were accused by the TLN. Mgh command of masterminding a plot to plunge Kasal into civE war in of a truce pact. of baled straw was damaged: to such an extent that the straw1 can't be sold- It also has been reported that some cigarettes and a small quan- tity of canned Juicyburger were stolen from the concession stand at the Highway 63 Drive-In Satur- day night The door of the stand into "Missouri over the weekend. Some snow was reported in central Missouri this mom- ing. Mexico nad several hours of wet snow, which accumulated before the fai. changed ta rain and melt- ed tie snow. Fulton had a few snowfiakes but heavier fall was reported at man and team booster and Sie co-pilot's mother and sister-in- law. The women were traveling to Calif., to meet the wife of only a few days. It was the first time an entire athletic team was involved m a fatal plane accident in the United States. College Town Stunned At San Luis Obispo. where Cali- fornia Poly is located, residents Auxvasse, nortti of there. Temperatures Slidz Heavy rains hit parts of stunned. The student body state, Brunswick reporting 3.25! of 470 scheduled a memorial ser-j -N troops from Ghana inches. Mercer had 2.95, BoonviHe 2.10, Sunnier 2.08 and Kansas City L68. Temperatures dipped into tie low 40s and high 30s ties morning and the forecast indicates they will go a little lower Tuesday morning, or to the lower 30s in tfte northwest and the middle to upper 30s elsewhere. Tuesdayrs highs wiE be around 50 with skies partly cloudy in the northwest and fair elsewhere. Rivers Climbing The heavy rains in north central Missouri boosted the stage of the vice today. Before the takeoff, one survivor said, the plane sat on the runway for about 45 minutes. Although vision was completely obscured straight ahead, apparently the fog (Continued on Page 5) Hit and Run Car EAST ST. LOUIS, EL (AP) A night club dancer was dragged Liberia with, armored cars checked Baluba tribesmen who pillaged villages in a drive northward from the self-styled separatist ccMming State" of tribal chief Albert Kalonji. Uneasy Restored .An. uneasy peace was restored in Kasai over tie weekend but UN. troops and planes were alert- ed to fly in reinforcements to meet any new flareup. Sen. I. Rikhye of the Nations forces told a news! Six Injured in Two-Car Crash South of Paris Two in Hospital; Other Mishaps Are Reported in Area conference he hoped the detention) A COIIple four of the four Europeans he charged j oater persons were injured in a with organizing the rebellion would end the revolt. They were seized Sunday and taken to Lulua- traffic accident at p.m- Sat- President Kichard M. Nixon's The T, -n -ij j T i -tiepuDncan smnaara Dearer brother, Donald acknowledged he said today he will leave Los An- j Paul Wadieigh Is Elected by State Bowlers Klova McCuIIy Stays On Board; Kansas City Gets 1961 Tourney Paul Wadieigh of Kansas City was elected president of the Mis- Bowling Association at Sunday got a industrial- ist Howard tool firm a circumstance denied last week by the Republican presidential nominee's personal campaign manager. But, in ihis first comment on a Drew Pearson column linking the vice president's name with a pos- sible conflict-of-interest deal, Don- ald Nixon said Sunday: "I have! never asked my brother to do! anything for me or anyone else in. the government; and if I did ask I know he would refuse." Pearson, later said Donald's statement "overlooks several im- portant Details Financial Woes Donald issued a statement de- tailing his financial difficulties, includisg an unsuccessful effort to save his restaurant business with loan. He accused Pearson of trying to smear his brother. "I am deeply grieved and con- geles about noon Sunday on his! Wadieigh succeeds Carver Mal- jet flight to Anchorage jlory of Moberly as association for a. late aiternoon rally i (Continued on Page 2) At a shopping center rally, I sought to pin the Republican beiTjcy i label firmly on Vice Prseident Richard M. Nixoa, who in an at- tempt to attract Democratic votes, often has said the party label does not matter. i Cites ''Nixon's Record" "We have come down on the jside of Kennedy said, i adding that the Republican party has opposed every progressive measure of the past and that Nix- on has associated himself with, this record for the past 14 years. Kennedy winds up four days of campaigning in t o u c h-and-go Pennsylvania today. Then he flies to California, another critical state that also carries a hefty 32 electoral votes. A day-long schedule of motor- cade stops, that began in a driz- zle, showed new bursts of enthu- siasm for the Democratic presi- inMer- candidate in this city where party chieftains hope to pile up a big-enough plurality to state's 32 electoral Democrats to Hold Rally at Auditorium Dance Will Follow Speaking and Music; Everyone Welcome Leon Jordan, a Democratic com- mitteeman. and T. M. McNeal, St. 7' iLouis, a candidate for state sen- urday at the junction of Highways {cerned to think that any individual 15 and 154 at the south edge of would use my business misfor- tune to influence the outcome of said bourg, capital of EJasai province, j Paris. EIMn Booth was shaken up in the presidential Reds Demand Report Jthe mishap, and his wife suffered! Donald Nixon. UNITED NATIONS, N.Y (AP) j fractured ribs. She is in Audrainj When the Pearson article ap- ator, will be the sneakers at a Klova McCuHy was re-elected to the executive committee. Other officers, elected at a meet- ing in conjunction wife the 12th annual state bowling tournament in progress at Community Lanes; Bob Smith, Columbia, first vice- president; W. H. Stephenson., Springfield, second vice-president; Ray Hoevelmann, Roll a, third vice president; Cliff Lesker, St. Louis, fourth vice-president; and John E. Lewis, Kansas City, to a ninth term as secretary-treasurer. Named to the MSBA executive committee with McCully are: Otto Ruppei, St Louis; Lowell Hough, Springfield; V. H. Bradshaw, Jef- ferson City; W. W. Barton, Kansas City; Robert McCurdy, Sedalia: votes. TV Speech Tonight A nationally televised speech at a SlOO-a-plate diner in Conven- tion Hall is on tap tonight NBC p. m.? EST. The Kennedy motorcade wound (Continued on Page 4) Democratic rally to" be held Kamler, St. Joseph; Phil night at o'clock at the pal Auditorium. The introduction j of distinguished guests will be! by Howard Timmons, Jefferson City. The National Anthem wfll be led Philip McAdams, with invoca- tion by tie Rev. W. C. Williams, Dalton. Entertainment features of the meeting will be vocal solos b-yj w- Goblin Parade At Moberly Is Canceled 330 Inches of Rain; UNICEF Plans Same; Leaves Stop Drains The- Halloween parade The association awarded the 1961 ec. for tonight in Moberly has beea fcate tournament to Kansas City. {canceled because of inclement the second time for the I-weather. A total of 3.30 inches of what the United Nations is doing Mexico, who suffered severe iacer-jvioas political smear in the last W Charlett Ganaway ,tT -3 rti 1 ATI I 4 f xv? "f-Tt A TV> T 'J CilVi A uiuu was iji i ij-L Grand River to 20.8 feet at Chffli-j for 20 blocks Sunday when her MO be My nigh cothe. The Weather Bureau said i clothing snagged on a hit and Suffers RIB Fracture it probably will crest Tuesday morning at 26 feet, two feet above 3ood stage. A crest three feet above flood stage is expected later at Sumner. Chariton is expected to reach near or slightly above flood ttage zl Prairie Hill Tuesday. Weather NORTHWEST Con- siderable cloudiness, windy and :old this afternoon; partly cloudy sith diminishing winds and a little tolder tonight; partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday; low tonight in ower 30s; high Tuesday around MISSOURI EXCEPT NORTH- Clearing and cooler south, iloudy, rain and colder central lortheast today, rain ending by :arly afternoon; windy today; fearing and colder tonight; fair ind cool Tuesday; high today low- tr 50s south to middle 40s north- fast; low tonight middle to upper Os. Weather this morning, 39. this morning, 39. this morning, 39. Minimum last night, 37 Total ramf aH up to noon today 1.30 inches. For 24 hour period before 6 list 'night Maximum, 52. auto that struck her on the out- skirts of East St Louis. Police said Miss Connie Depree. 25, of Chicago suffered a broken right leg, injuries to the pelvis and both aims, drag burns of the back and extensive cuts about the body. She was in critical condi- tion. Miss Depree was found 15 min- utes later when a motorist in- ations on the head, lacerations on j two weeks of the campaign, the right knee and shock. He is a j Finch said Donald got the loan patient and in satisfactory attorney friend, tion at Audrain. j Pearson's Answer Lee's wife r e c e i ed possible j- Donald Nixon issued his a program of organ music by- tourney to be held in Kansas City. rain was recorded here in the I period from Saturday afternoon to ?noon today. The Chamber of Commerce com- mittee in charge of th? parade said cancellation of the event means that no parade will be held here this year. The annual event has always attracted many adults Moberly Lions To Continue Sale chest injuries, a cut on the right j statement Pearson said: "It! Tom Whiteside, blocking back on knee and laceration on the face, it' the Moberiy High football team Other passengers in the 1955 Ford j not have taken suffered first tie Qf Moberly Lions wiE continue their i Mrs E C Heuer annual sale of light billow tomor-Und children wearing costumes tor Out-of-Town Delegations i- 'UXICEF Program After the meeting wffl bej sales and! The "trick or treat" for UNICEF dancing, with music by the Moberly church youth will go lem Aces. _ iles_ hgavy rain CGntiimes  to hospital at nearby Mount j causes. It is believed Mr. Foster Jan additional coach on passenger Sunday. Pleasant. Officials there reported [had been dead several hours. train No. 209 Tuesday night to car-j Deals With Riots The prediction came in Railroad released by the subcommittee; this kind on a larger scale." jber arrested as a _u subcommittee also said the) or probably has caused "irrepar he suffered severe shock and head He had lived at the rooming house 14 years. The body is in the Million Funer- al Home, but arrangements for "It was the most shocking thing my said Kenzie Ritenour ST., father of the two boys, "rm services have not yet been made. very proud of Kenzie. That was Kenzie was lowered into the'a pretty heroic him to well with a length of rubber tub- ing wrapped around his waist The well only about 20 inches in diameter, too narrow for a man to climb down. Twice Walter flipped from his do." The Ritenours are residents of Elwood, Ind. They were visiting relatives near this southwestern Pennsylvania community about 30 miles of Pittsburgh, Mr. Foster is survived by a son, Loren Foster, Memphis, Tenn.; a brother, Elmer Foster, Clifton Hill; and a sister, Mrs. Charles Cavanaugh, state of California. He was preceded in death by a sister, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Moberly. The jon, Loren, if to be here ry approximately 50 teachers from] The stcdy dealt with four riots: St. Louis to the State Teachers j 1. The Bogota, Colombia, riots meeting starting Wednesday in j during an Inter-American Confer- suspected trait- four riots "give evidence of long- j able" damage to the Western range olanning and far-reaching j European defense setup. Kansas City. Train 209 Wednes- day night will have four addition- al coaches for teachers who will attend the state meeting. Returning from Kansas City, ence in 1948. 2. The stoning of Vice President Richard M. Nixon in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1958. 3. The La Paz, Bolivia, riots train 212 Friday evening will have after publication of a Time maga- five extra coaches. It is estimated 260 passengers have indicated they will travel by zine article in 1959. 4. The Tokyo rioting before the scheduled visit of President Ei- effectiveness." The subcommittee saw the hand of Communist China in some of the rioting. It said the Chinese Communist party "has rendered valuable assistance to Communist parties in Latin America and to Japan which have organized mob violence." Sen. James 0. Eastland, D- Miss., is chairman of the subcom- mittee. "As z member of the defense committee he had access to most highly secret West German and North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- tion defense the inform- ants said. Alfred Fxenzel, 61, a deputy from the opposition Socialist party, was arrested Friday night on suspicion of having treason- able relations with a Communist; country, probably Czechoslovakia.   

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