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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Ada, Oklahoma Luc old . Friday. So. La. Or a a her in i. How of it. News a a a a. . 6<trl, Elt it a a a a Era do a a Shubb it in Chw two Ada play try Maka All Stato Soo sports Pogo the Ada evening news w. L. Knick motor discovers lightning rods Page 14, soc. 3 57th year no. 243 Ada Oklahoma sunday december 18, 1960 ethiopian rebels flee As triumphant emperor returns to the capital London apr emperor Haile Selassie returned in Triumph to his capital in Addis a Ababa saturday. Leaders of the abortive Palace revolt in Ethiopia were reported to have fled before his arrival. Some May have committed suicide. Reports that the rebellion had ended in blood failure poured out of Addis Ababa. The pity was reported rapidly returning to Normal. Diplomats in London also heard that four ministers who served the 68-year-old a conquering lion of Judah were shot As hostages Friday As he landed in Asmara 400 Miles North of the capital and began to make his Way Back Home. He had rushed Back from a state visit to Brazil when the revolt broke out wednesday. The slain officials were said to Kennedy w kinds la p c Abinet Palm Beach Fla president elect John f. A Kennedy have been the ministers of de completed an accent on youth cab sense and Commerce the acting foreign minister and the Deputy minister of information. The minister of health was reported missing and the ministers of Public works and finance fled the City when the revolt broke out. Dead As for the rebels i somatic a ounces in London reported that the ringleader Gen. Mulugeta bulb and his commissioner of police were dead and presumed suicides. The rebel Premier Ras Prince i Umeru former ambassador to the soviet Union and to India was reported either arrested or dead. Clark Mollenhoff Washington correspondent for the Minneapolis Star and inet saturday by selecting los Angeles insurance executive j. Edward Day for postmaster general. The Cabinet choices average 47 years of age the lowest of the 20th Century. Kennedy himself is 43. Day is 46. With Day by his Side Kennedy stood beneath a Coconut Palm on the Sun splotches Patio of the Kennedy Home. He told a news conference it was a great pleasure to have a Nan with a a distinguished career in government and business take Over a the largest business in the the Post office department he noted has More than 500.000 employees and a $3.8 billion budget. Both Kennedy and Day stressed a deter i to Birne and the Des nation to improve the efficiency Moines Register and Tribune re of the postal service ported from pm Sababa where neither would commit himself Quot a .tudy.l0ur a hat the at this Point to restoring twice a to sufferers considerable damage a deliveries in Street fighting Between the Reb is in the 10-Man is and to e Large Segmen of he Kennedy Cabinet in the order of army that remained Loyal to the i s selection emperor. Secretary of health education h. Mid in. Rebels were mid to and welfare. Gov. Abraham a. Hav. Failed a Many Asio High Ribicoff Connecticut. 50 government officials including three Cabinet ministers. No americans were Hurt in the fighting Mollenhoff said. It began shortly after the rebel government was proclaimed and lasted until a bout noon. Haile Selassie returned three hours later. Troop rally about 10.000 troops were said to have rallied to the emperor and pursued the rebels with bombing and artillery fire. Secretary of Commerce. Gov. Luther h. Hodges of North Carolina 62 the oldest. Secretary of the Interior rep Stewart l. Udall of Arizona 40. Secretary of state Dean Rusk president of the Rockefeller foundation 51. Secretary of defense Robert s Mcnamara president of the Ford motor co., 44. Secretary of labor Arthur j. Goldberg special counsel for the new Angle appears in beating Case Oklahoma City apr Oklahoma City police said saturday three new witnesses have come Forward in the Jimmy Moore Williford death Case. Three University of Oklahoma students Are charged with Man a Slaughter in the death of the 24-year-old Edmond Man. Preliminary hearing for the Trio a Roy g. Woods Gary d. Magness and Harvey Mccroskey All of Oklahoma City a began Friday in Justice of peace court. The hearing will resume monday. Police said Frank d. Lackey 24, Oklahoma City told detectives he and three friends were in a restaurant in Northeast Oklahoma City dec. 7, at the time Williford a body was found in a car parked in front of the restaurant. Lackey said he and his friends went out to the car after Willi j Ford was found and that he saw. The Edmond Man shaking his head As if to Rouse himself. Williford was pronounced dead on arrival at a Hospital. Hie prosecution earlier subpoenaed 27 witnesses for the prelim-1 Inary hearing in Williford a death j an apparent conflict in autopsy reports developed during the first Day of the preliminary hearing. I or. Raymond h. Rigdon University of Texas pathologist testified an injury of some sort caused Williford a death. He said Williford probably died because he was i unconscious and crumpled in the rear seat of a car with his head Down so he could not get his breath. But. Rigdon said in his opinion the injury was the principal Factor. Or. W. E. Jacques University of Oklahoma medical Center pathologist said in an autopsy report an artery puncture caused by weak tissue apparently caused the Edmond Man s death. Jacques report said the artery rupture could have been brought on by extreme 42 pages $ cents weekday to cents sunday pattern repeats As . Plane plunges into ancient Munich death claims Stevie teams probe crash Munich Germany apr a u. S. Air Force transport plane carrying american students Home to Christmas holidays in England crashed into the heart of historic Munich saturday strewing flaming wreckage Over a Street full of shoppers. Police estimated Between 50 and 60 died. Besides the la persons vacation Indian Lawman John Pusley 88, a former member of the . Indian police wit i to. 5f a Choctaw under tribal Law at the old seat of Justice South Ify u"0w a 1 in Holdenville but for Mony years a lived around a a i 4ccum�?ola,d i wealth of Indian lore of the Chickasaw and Choc nations during his Long and eventful news staff photo. Nested the last execution of a Taw investigators began a sweeping two on my this was the Way the Hospital Hunt for the elusive error or Mal-1 a Nair and reported that 11-year-old Stephen unction that caused two planes r i 111. 4 Quot Vaa Ila re a a u a i _ As a wide eyed John Pusley watched last Choctaw tribal execution new Ork apr history a new York apr a the Little Orst air disaster took on an add bound College thl closed his. Eyes and went to de note of Heartbreak saturday As i seven member proof is sleep i investigators began a sweeping i civilian passenger perished when the plane sheered off a Church Steeple and plummeted into a loaded Streetcar. The students who attended the University of Maryland a Junior College in Munich ranged in age from 16 to 21 years old. Laughing and joking they had taken off Only minutes before from Munich Rem Airport to join their service families in England for the Holiday vacation. Pro Western forces push rebels Back Vientiane Laos apr the victorious pro Western government of Laos started a recovery program saturday for this ruined capital City freed from leftist troops after a three Day Battle Vientiane a capture Friday broke the Back of the neutralise movement in Laos the new regime which is temporarily located in Savannah it indicated. But the government still fears a Long and Tough Jungle fight against the pro by Eric Allen he Rode out of the heavy Pine Forest under cover of Dusky darkness and halted for awhile in the Valley of the four Che Maline to let his tired horse rest. He was tired too and hungry hut those were never mind things in the life of an Indian and More so than Ever now that death was close he dismounted and sat in chief blasts reds Over Congo United nations . Apr Secretary general Dag Ham Baltz died at i . Saturday. Now the lad is with 83 others who Rode a sleek speedy Jet on a journey to death. Only the came out alive from the incredible wreckage _. Which Lay in a teeming Brooklyn. A iii., had Clung Street after colliding Friday with to for More than 24 hours to collide in the air. Only a few fragmentary hints emerged. As they did new grief struck. Of the 128 aboard the two doomed planes one passenger Stephen for picture and map of crash scene please turn to Page 7. But he died saturday of Burns and inhaled flames. And fridays thanksgiving of his parents who had stood watch at his Hospital bedside turned to tears. Death toll the Over All toll of death thus Rose to 136 from the collision that rained fiery destruction on the City. All aboard both planes perished along with eight others on the ground. Police said still More bodies May lie in the wreckage and torn buildings. As the Broad rapid fire inquiry proceeded these inklings of what happened were indicated his Hack against a tall Toor in Quot m1�s be Nas known some one plane was being watched watching i horse while it rest a that the blocks earring on response and it is hoped that on radar. The other apparently de and browsed on the scarce a continuing Campaign of Nusrep-1 ?�?zp�8rew win was not. One must have been off another plane in the worlds worst air Accident. Each moment the red haired youngster Clung to life was a moment of Triumph. In methodist Hospital in Brooklyn the prayers were Many that he would rally that he would survive the dreadful Burns Over 80 per cent of his body that his broken Bones would one Day mend. Parents Hope clinging to Hope were his distraught parents or. And mrs. William Baltz of Wilmette 111.�? who stayed near him praying that the wonders of science arid Medicine As Well As the boys will would save him. In the morning�?24 hours a Ter the crash there was a slight note of optimism. t.�?. As the Hospital re with Harskjold charged saturday night ported that a the has shown some one of the survivors of the tragedy in Munich relives the terrible experience for an a newsman. See Page 7. A delayed dispatch from Homer Smith a correspondent in Addis Al Cio 52. Ababa described fridays fight Secretary of agriculture gov. My As fierce. He said some of 0rviue l. Freeman of Minnesota the heaviest fighting took place 42. Near the . Embassy. Excitement and said he found n0j communist Patchet lao. Continued on pig. Two it a Patchet Lac broadcast Satur Chickasha pastor accepts Ada Post Day night admitted defeat in the Vientiane Battle but labelled it simply a decision to withdraw. A communique called for recapture of the City. The broadcast was Secretary of the Treasury. Or. David g. Hause is schedule picked up by piping radio and Hie Mollenhoff and Smith news Douglas Dillon undersecretary of de to assume duties As pastor of Beard in Tokyo the Airport Here is reported open to traffic again. It had been scarce. Hill grass. Springtime was com Esen Talon a a not the u Ning swiftly but tag ends of the p"0 Perallon in an Effort to the Winter trailed Bleak As the e resignation sadness that Rode his mind when to Secretary general was of he thought of the tribal court piously angered by weeks of so ground s. J Viet bloc attacks. He spoke to the there was a final Good deed general Assembly after u. S. That he had done though and Ligate James j. Wadsworth he was proud of it. He had j ll16 soviet Union a wants civil rounded up two Fine hogs and Iwar in the Congo in order to pro Batte butchered them for his family. 111016 to own end Hammarskjold broke into the Assembly a debate on the Situa he a extremely Brave Well contained and uncomplaining a said one of the attending doctors. Then in late morning there was feverish activity by doctors and nurses. The tension of determined people embraced in a losing Battle communicated itself to Hospital personnel. At i ., Stephen lost the it was the timing up thing for his loved ones member him by. It of some to re was a last the end a weeping Hospital worker hardly Able to control her voice said a the Little closed his dispatches were the first to a merge from Addis Ababa since commercial communications channels were shut Down after wednesdays revolt. Lars bringer a swedish correspondent in Asmara reported the coup began wednesday night when leading citizens in the capital were summoned to the Palace on the pretext the Empress was critically ill. When about too officials had gathered he said they were surrounded by soldiers of the emperor s bodyguard and by some of the a Young intellectuals continued on Page two state 51. Attorney general. Robert f. Kennedy brother of Kennedy 35 the youngest. Postmaster general. J. Edward Day vice president of Prudential life insurance co., for Western operations 46. The average age is 47.3 years. Continued on Page two Tion in the Congo put on the Good thing when too Many Agenda by the soviet in Noo to eyes and went a to to things in his life had been pretty say the real Issue a might better a k bad including the drinking of have been called the situation in cd. . A a Sis in re i a a Jet Quot so Sarre Chi a a a a by a a Vientiane. Them a a a tomorrow Sunrise because consistent Effort has been made dead. There was More to say. Of that stupid killing he was go m order to create conditions for a i appreciate very much the rating to be shot to death. A drastic change in the admin Tention and kindness of the people he mounted again and Rode istra Tive Structure of this organi of the City of Newyl re. The to and As the night wore on there nation and for that reason to Cor lice department and fire depart course. Both planes a United air lines dc8 Jet and a trans world airlines four engine Constellation were descending for a Landing when their paths inextricably crossed. A top Federal aviation official said that under such circumstances a if both planes were under positive control at the time one was off Phillip Goldstein chief of the investigating division of the civil aeronautics Board also said the the first Baptist Church Here Jan. 15. Or. Hause of the first Chickasha for the last five years. The new pastor is married and has three children. He replaces or. Huber l. Drumwright who resigned gently. Re pro communists carried away from the Field much of their soviet supplied artillery which will give Patchet lao guerrilla campaigns a boost. Continued on Pogo two continued on Pogo four continued on Pogo two Twa plane was being traced at the father came to speak with the time on radar Scopes at la newsmen. The tears shed in the Guardia Field its destination. As for the Jet headed for Idle wild Airport to Miles away he said a i done to believe that the United air lines plane had been identified As such on the huge probe the hard pressed cab investigation was described As the most continued on Pogo Throe police estimated at least 35 persons either aboard the Streetcar or passing by died when the giant p Ane engulfed the trolley with flames 150 feet High. The death toll May not be known for Days. Quot the bodies Are nothing but charred pieces making it an almost impossible task to identify them said a police official. Mayor Hans Jochen Vogel said Only two bodies of German victims had been identified late saturday night although 31 charred bodies have been recovered from amid the wreckage of the plane and Streetcar. Workers police firemen and u. S. And German army units still were working to extinguish smouldering fires and clean up the wreckage. A 24-Yar-old German girl who suffered severe Burns told doctors the sea of flame from the plane and a broken Gas main swept continued on Page three continued on Peg two Byrd Speaks the news is publishing the full text of a letter of United states senator Harry f. Byrd. Dem. Virginian this sundays edition on the editorial Page under t h e regular Page under the regular a column of senator Byrds statement is a daring retort to threats of political purge in the South but More than that it is a Sharp and Clear statement of the political position today of a Region that has been historically democratic. Senator Byrd chairman of the committee on finance has been selected As the Man who will get the votes of democratic electors from two Southern states. Anyone interested in politics will find the Byrd statement interesting and challenging. Oklahoma a generally fair sunday and sunday night a Little Wanner in Panhandle and Over state sunday and sunday eight High sunday 50-58. A slight warming trend saturday sent the temperature Here to a High of 53 degrees after a Friday night Low of 24. Fridays High was 49. Reading at 5 p. In saturday 48. Fire strikes building on Murray Campus Tishomingo special flames gutted a portion of a Brick apartment building Friday night on the Campus of Murray state College. The fire broke out shortly after 8 p. In. In the apartment of or. And mrs. Kenneth Knight. Mrs. Knight was with her five children All boys when she smelled smoke. Three of the boys were with her watching television. She sent one to investigate the Heater in the bathroom the Only open fire in the apartment. He returned to report nothing out of order. Her husband was not at Home at the time. Within moments mrs. Knight heard a frantic Knock at the door and a voice calling a your apartment is on she raced into the master bedroom where her two youngest sons three and seven months were asleep. The room was boiling with smoke while flames danced on the far Side of the room away from the Point where the children were sleeping. Mrs. Knight grabbed the two sleeping children and with the rest of the boys fled to safety just ahead of the flames. The family lost absolutely everything in the fire bringing out Only the clothes they wore. The alarm was quickly sounded and the Tishomingo fire department a Volunteer unit sped to the scene but the truck would not operate normally. Members of the Murray Roth continued on Page two Trio ,0udown,own and on a preliminary Ouatu of i and of a a a a Hall have to iced in the old Sleigh next saturday Straits Bill a &Quot"9 for Quot a shopper from Ell Ever the area crowded the a quoth a a d "r�?z.i�.,. I no Dan the Tun shopping saturday before Christmas. Re rear when .7.1. R. A 7 shopping the kids went right to Tho boart of Tho Mentor when they discovered who else was in town. Sonto Hare by cow Toay of Tho Ada chamber of Commerce waa in recon Ais night. He the downtown a in Deg of Tih a of Minoo at �?~th.0 a j�0v, to Rry to. , son of or. And or. Bill Flowers von. J u i old Hoy a Friendly Grin Center Santa interviews Jonathan and Chris Ann Hooter jul Haj j u fit Hugh in regard to their need and wants right Carol f. Dotting right with old whip Karl news Semff a Hsu Quot divid a 1bd end int rat a anyone who thinks he knows All the answers Isnit up to Date on the questions. Copy. Gen. Be. Corp

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