Alice Daily Echo in Alice, Texas
21 Nov 1960

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21 Nov 1960

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Alice Daily Echo (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Alice, Texas Man-1 a space capsule test fails Mexico j to str taif it Guatemala hand Liras Mimms y is of or \ Paft Cama i venerus Coelom a us attache weather expelled by soviets i pm Pora turns l or today High Sun Ray 77 Low this morning 62 High to noon today 60. ®he3mice daily Fiche volume 66 Alice Texas monday. November 21, 1960 diff to 4-6588 for a department be daily lie sunday Atlee Daitor Bela number 96 escape rocket ignites too soon Moscow nov. 21. Up a maj. Irving t. It la Donald assistant i. S. Air attache was ordered today to leave the soviet i Nion on the charge of conduct unbecoming a military attache. The russians accused Mcdonald of engaging in activities considered Here As espionage. He is the second u. S air attache expelled from the soviet Union in recent months. Minister counsellor Edward i flyers was called to the foreign office this afternoon and told that Mcdonald must leave As soon As possible Here it was supposed that the expulsion order was in it to hat Ion for the arrest of Igor y Melenk chief of the in Las. Translation Section of tilt United nations in new Yolk aug 27. Melenk is accused of espionage. Mcdonald of Provincetown mass., was mentioned when the russians last August expelled col Edwin m Kirton of Palo Alto Cali the u. S. Air attache. The soviet government a cased Kirton of organizing a spy apparatus and issued a warning against Mcdonald for what it said was similar activity the t s embassy denied the charges against both men. Mcdonald a i it on a tour in Southern Russia when the or a Der Foi his expulsion was de silvered but was expected to see \ i i Utu Page 6 Man suffers in affray Here 5 Stab wounds gop May ask recount in Texas five Stab a it funds Sci it be Feilin Perez a be and t Edless unavailable to physic tar is and surgeons Hospi Tai Here a Lur Day night after r an Aff Ray in Tho 300 Blenk of East front St Aiu poise Day it i to Perez was is Tho Rhian Aupp tabbed off i n i lit Iii i it i i in and three Tim Ach according s in tin ii Ruy mom i t. Escobar and i King. Who hive indent a Trot in an St sum Ted t or Pere was i leased fix it in the Hospital bund said today. A a sign of it m in scattered Rains soak Texas area in the associated press widespread Rains ranging it to 2.06 inches soaked Central. East and South Texas sunday and monday. Most of the rain fell slowly adding maximum Moi stun to the land it it Lur heavy Rains for the 24 hours to Dawn monday included Jarrell 2.25 inches Rusk 2.07, Center 197. Taylor 189, Reklaw 66. Belton and Hutto 160, Valley Junction 147. Lait do 124, Longview and Ltd Coke 1.25, Mexia 1.22, College Stilt Ion 1.17. Houston and Marble Falls 1.15. Liberty i 13. Palestine Longlake and Manchaca Lio and Gatesville 1.07 St ores of Points had rain of it s than one Inch. The heaviest recited rain 3 06 at Cameron. Skit s Wen Clear in Northwest Texas but Cloudy Over the rest of the state. Pre Dawn temperatures ranged from 30 Dee is at Dalhart to 69 at Brownsville. Lufkin. Corpus Christi la redo Cotulla Junction san Antonio Austin Colt be station. Dallas. Fort Worth mints ii Wells and Abilene reported rain while Alice and Townsville had fog. The heaviest rainfall for the 4 hours ending at 6 p in were 1,14 inches it hous College station had .2, Dallas .80, Galveston 65, and Lufkin .50 with an number of paints reporting lesser amounts forecasts called for partly Cloudy to Cloudy weather and be it Vin Page 61 police Are in arching for a Freer Man believed to have been involved in the stabbing to manage tigers Detroit nov 21 if Bob belief line. To major Lea lie Catcher and Ina Nagi i of the Chicago cubs lot three seasons today was named to Man i in Ltd the Detroit tigers the 45-year-old former Backstop Foi the cub St Loup cardinals and Cincinnati j Beds agreed to a reported $35 -�,00 salary. A amp a students get extra Holiday for Grid championship Kingsville nov 21 Ltd it president Ernest Poteet announced today that Texes Aat students will receive an extra thanksgiving Holiday to celebrate the is inning tie Lone Star conference football championship. Last classes this week will by held tuesday instead of wednesday. Aat clinched undisputed Possession of the title saturday night by defeating Southwest Texas by ate 35-0. A you Quot it k t Eav aha us rave of urn pairs life raft y s s Sam la muck Tom oust avid Impf big m <4 radar picket la Salvador Cofta Rica a it i country in i i . Officials said the deploy ment of i s. Warships and planes in the Caribbean was designed to Alert the Astro regime and its sympathizers that this country is ready to move swiftly to counter any aggression by cuban backed Central american rebels. A Carrier and five destroyers will patrol the arca. Two patrol planes will cover the cast coast of Central America along with the destroyer k. D. Bailey. Nea telephoto Raul Castro says Ike s action unmasks us puppets in a Havana nov 21 of cuban armed forces minister Rani Castro says president Eisenhower s dispatch of us warships to tile Van bean is criminal and a unmasks United states Quot puppets in Central b it the younger brother of i Imo muu Stei Fidel Castro in an angry speech sunday refrained from rattling soviet rockets As a threat to tilt United states. Tin omission was in line with a trend noted recently in speeches by other top figures in the Castro regime the softer tone Lent weight to speculation that Moscow had nudged Castro to take the soviet Union out of the cuban revolutions frontline to preserve other soviet Irons in latin America. Premier Khrushchev himself said recently his rocket offer to defend cube was the younger Castro told the audience of Petroleum workers that Eisenhower s order of last week made his response to requests by Guatemala and Nicaragua represented Quot a warning by Yankee imperialism to All the Peoples of latin America that it is not going to permit cuban style revolt Castro said Cuba supports countries in revolt in latin America but he denied that Cuba had Given any direct military assistance to rebels in the recent uprisings in Guatemala and Nicaragua Quot our Best help to them hot said Quot is to preserve the revolution Here which will by a great contribution to the final liberation of All our Brothers of latin Castro a speech came Only hours after the shooting of a Young i Quot s. Embassy clerk by a cuban army Captain during a scuffle outside a Havana nightclub Wayne Henderson 22, of Pasadena. Calif., a communications clerk in the embassy was seriously wounded saturday night. Henderson a condition was described As satisfactory after a 32-hour operation for tile removal of the Bullet which entered ins body near the hip cuban police said the shooting by copt. Jorge Robie no was accidental. Bucket brigade adds $359 to United fund the United fund contributions were increased $359 sat Ruday w Hen a bucket brigade from the Junior chamber of Commerce the Lions club and the boy scouts solicited funds on the streets of Alice. L. H Warburton. Or chairman of the drive said thus morning Quot contributions to the fund have reached $28,887 but Are still $7,413 Short of the goal of $36,300 that had been set for this year a he said Warburton said today the funds allocated to each of the 12 organizations that Arr financed by the fluid will have to be Cut since Alice has not reached the goal. Sharing in the funds Are the american red Cross the to. Scouts of America the Camp fire girls the crippled children s Hospital in Corpus new tally May swing state to Nixon column Austin nov. 21. Of a Republican leaders hoping a recount will Swine Texas to the Gap presidential column will Confer with atty. Gen. Will Wilson today. The meeting was set for 2 pm the Republican High command is thinking about a possible contest to bring about a recount of some general election ballots. State gop chairman Thad Hutcheson of Houston and general attorney Simms Davidson of Dallas May make a formal recount request in their revived Hope that it might switch Texas 24 electoral votes to Republican Richard Nixon from Democrat Kennedy. Hutcheson said saturday at Houston Quot i Don t say a recount will change the election but it definitely could a he said then that a conference would be held with Wilson. Hutcheson also said that the party expects to file by Friday a request for a Recan Vass of ballots in those counties where there appear to be a variance in the manner of counting votes. This request. Hutcheson said would go before Secretary of see gop Page 6 Calendar monday scout troops. Quarterback club. High school gymnasium 7 30 . Volunteer fire dept., practice 7 30 . Alice knife and Fork club 7 30 . Palm View Manor. Basketball game Benavides at bobs town 8 at the Heaters Rialto Quot dark at the top of the Buckhorn Quot the tuesday quester study clubs style show. Country club 3-5 pm Al Wains luncheon meeting country club. 12 noon. A pm club. Watsons 78 noon. Quota club Palace Grill. 7 30 . Immanuel lutheran sunday school teacher meeting 7 30 pm special meeting. Alice v f. W. Chapter. Post Home 8 . At Gable s funeral a mrs. Hay Gable wife of Clark Gable cries after viewing body at a mortuary in los Angeles Calif. Nea wire photo civic clubs to meet jointly Here tuesday Navy Ensign r e Currie will address a joint meeting of Alice civic clubs at 12 noon tuesday at Palm View Manor. Currie a graduate of Annapolis naval Academy will speak to the group on Quot conspiracy of communism a he is presently at the Kingsville auxiliary air station taking flight training. The guest speaker is being sponsored by the Alice Kiwas club with Jim Yawn serving As chairman for the meeting. Kewanian John Arkwright. Who has heard our tie speak j described Currie As being very. Well informed and Able to relay the dangers of communism to his audience. Currie is scheduled to speak to we. Adams High school students at la tuesday. Arkwright school principal see civic Page 6 Cape canaveral fla., nov. 21. Up a an attempt to launch a Man in space capsule on a crucial test failed today. The Redstone Booster ignited and Cut off and then a rocket escape Tower broke Loose and shot several thousand feet into the air the Redstone and the one ton unmanned capsule were left on the pad. The 1512-foot tall Tower resembling a miniature Oil Derrick and powered by three Small solid fuel rockets pulled free from the capsule and Rase through a Low hanging Cloud Bank about 40 seconds later it fell Back onto the Cape about 2,000 feet from the launching pad. Tire Redstone was to boost the Bill shaped capsule 130 Miles into space and drop it in the Atlantic 220 Miles downrange. The escape Tower which is designed to pull the capsule free and get it Back to Earth safely in Case of a malfunction in the Booster ignited almost simultaneously with the Redstone. This added some confusion to the scene. The launching was to have been the first in the project Mercury Redstone series. The purpose was to test the capsule in a space environment. If Success had been achieved a Chimpanzee was scheduled to ride a Redstone powered capsule oven an identical route within two months. Then if that was successful an astronaut w As to take the same trip in february or March in the first . Ryan a space attempt. Today s capsule was aimed to to go 130 Miles into space and drop in the Atlantic Ocean 220 see test. Page 6 Baylor accepts Gator bowl bid Jacksonville. Fla. Jan the Baylor bears of til Southwest conference have accepted a Gator bowl bid. John Piombo. Gator bowl selection committee chairman said today he had received a definite acceptance from John Bridgers Baylor coach and athletic director to play hers dec 31. Bridgers said the squad voted unanimously to accept tin a to bowl bid although Bay Lor has been contacted by several other bowls. The other Gator bowl berth was offered to the University of Florida nov. 12. Christi the Gonzales warm Springs foundation the salvation army the Jim Wells county crippled children a association the Texas society Lur mental health the volunteers of America and the girl scouts some of the workers have been slow in turning in the i Money that has been collected by Little Mort Money is expected to come into the fund. Warburton said. It seems impossible for us to reach the Goul at present a he said. Other civic organizations will carry Oil a bucket brigade next saturday ill an attempt to raise a part of the needed Money. Warburton expressed his a of see buc Ket Page 6 weather integration ruling Cloudy and foggy with occasional rain and drizzle tonight. Mostly Cloudy and mild tuesday with occasional Light rain showers and thundershowers is the forecast for the Alice area by the u. S. Weather Bureau in Corpus Christi. Low expected tonight is hit to 64 degrees. High tuesday should be 72 to 76 degrees. Winds will be Northeast at 8 to 15 Miles per hour tonight. Incoming East and Northeast at 12 to 18 Miles per hour tuesday with Gusty winds in the showers. New Orleans nov. 21. Up 1 a ail untroubled quiet prevailed in this troubled deep South City today As it waited i for a three judge Federal court to Rule on school integration. I the Tim e Southern judges considered these paths of action 1 a school Board request to i suspend integration until fed Jeral state differences Are Are stalled 2 a Federal move to enjoin state officials and prevent their interference with school integration. A temporary restraining order now effective expires when the court rules. 3 a state motion calling for a dismissal of action against Louisiana on in la is and the return of schools to their traditionally segregated basis. The motion from a rarely used interposition act which advocates say gives the state Power to use it sovereignty As a shield to Block the Federal integration order. Judge Richard t Rives of Montgomery. Ala., chief judge of us 5th circuit court of appeals declined to say when the ruling would be handed Down. I while City and state officials awaited a court decision new Orleans Public schools Clos see a its. Page 6 20 meet violent deaths in Texas school school Board official have asked i. S District judge j. 8krll.v w Rishi to Sims put and his Public so Hoed integration order until St Ile and Federal differences can be resolved Nea telephoto i St i Iii with tiny poodle a a Sandy Cia lined under4iis.ii in. Ii can guilt a Knoke picks his Way through the rubble it a five Story building that collapsed into an excavation in new Turk. Sandy a owners woo lived on the top floor of the apartment were away when the building crashed to tin ground til the residents were a Way of fled lie in int the kit stun us Aud there were no injuries. La telephoto Over weekend traffic claims 14 in the Assoc in Tell press Al least 20 pc oils met violent deaths in Texas Over tin week end traffic look 14 three persons died in a Headon collision la Miles soul of Mason late sunday. Killed were i d Schuessler 45 and Clayton Thomas 42, both of Mason Aud miss Lillie Elaine Buford about 20. Of san an Texas newlyweds killed in crash Lone Grove of la nov 21 Elk Louis Thomas bunion 30. And his Bride Ca rive ahi29 both of san Antonio Tex died in a car Accident near Here sunday while on then honeymoon the couple was reportedly married in san Antonio a urday also killed m the head collision a the drivel of tin other car b c Riddle. 47 fed Rick of la his son Glen Lowa injured. Tonio. Three men in the ear with miss Buford were injured Ignacio Del in Oil 51. Dun saturday during a fight in his tavern at fort Worth officers said Del Toro attempted to Biak up a fight Between three men the three fled a Hunting Accident near Whit t in Northwest Parkin county sunday killed Norman Black 45, food store manager at Weatherford. Anotia Hunting Accident Ileal Junction killed James Wilson Newton 42, of Odessa police said he apparently was killed by his Rifle As he was try in to climb a tree. Tan Lade Gomez. 65, of Eagle pus Quot was killed late saturday night when an Auto overturned 25 Miles East it the mexican Border town. Mis Dora Fullerton 74 died in Ball Igei of oui us received when her Robe was ignited by a bathroom Heater at her Home in paint Rock saturday Audi .4j. L a us l of of Donnell was killed sunday night when a pickup truck lashed. Four others suffered injuries Sammy Richardson 36, a Lett 1> Felci truck Driver was killed sunday night when his Cai hit a Utility pole at a i dead end intersection on a j country Road near Littlefield 1 tidal wave kills 2 nine missing Lima Peru r a tidal wave struck Low lying areas of Northern Peru sunday reaching As far As a mile Inland in some places two persons were Kii d and nine listed As missing dispatches from Chiclayo capital of i Ambaye que province 650 Miles North of Luna said the wave was pieced by loud untie round noises some residents said they Felt Earth tremors an earthquake emanating t of Peru was recorded on in pm. A in in Japan scream at students a mothers of while it student it scream it three negro girls entering former All White Mcdonogh element us school in new Orleans for the filth Day of integrated classes All 167 White ii clients of it do soph have boycotted the it

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