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Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Amarillo, Texas A a Amarillo daily news fim music font �3.1 Meg Cycle the morning newspaper of the Golden spread vol. Lxii no. 42 six leased wires a and i i a Marillo Texas monday. January 23, 1961 final c Ity edition 14 pages Price 10c red jets feared in Laos Vientiane. Laos apr diplomats reported sunday that Prince Bonn gum s government is disturbed about an alleged threat by red China to give Mig 15 fighters to the pro communist rebels Gen. Thoumi Nosavan military chieftain of the pro Western regime. Was quoted As saying the threat was voiced in a chinese language broadcast Over radio piping Friday. A a a monitoring services Here said after a careful Check they could find no record of such a Broad cast. Eventual entry of communist warplanes has been considered possible by some sources Here however since the United states j gave Laos six at it trainers of \ world War ii Vintage for support of government ground troops. J # one of the trainers armed with five Inch rockets and two .30 Cali tier machine guns was shot Down by ground fire Jan 1? at Phou Koun a rebel held Road Junction on the Vientiane Luang Rabang Road. Its mates have not been re ported in combat since. A a a radio piping quoted the communist voice of Laos sunday however As saying another was. Felled Jan. 18. It did not say where. American pilots of twin engine civilian planes chartered by the government Are Balking at flying ammunition into recently Cap tured Vang Vieng South of Phou Koun because of what they Call the risks of Landing on its Short dirt Airstrip. The strip in a Bow like Valley measures Only 2,200 feet. Quot we could make flights in Case of emergency Quot an air transport dispatcher said Quot but we wont do it As a regular tug strike shuts Down by Central Rodeo to begins Fred Post in room thes i 2 Nens Globe a Ulinor Finis was written on a 46-Vear newspaper career sunday As Fred Post editor of the Amarillo sunday news Globe and for several years managing editor of the Globe news papers died in Northwest Texas Hospital. He was 66. Death came at 5 05 . After a critical illness of three weeks. He underwent major surgery on Jan. 13 after being stricken ill several weeks ago. Juk Money plans laced Washington Jan. 22 a the Council of state Cham Lars of Commerce today predicted Quot an economic Boom and Busty if the spending proposals recommended to president Kennedy by his advisory groups Are put into effect. This was the conclusion of eur executive charged Sioux City Iowa up a Harold Eugene Kistner jr., 35-year-old free spending corporation president was held on $25,000 Bond sunday on charges of abetting a $2 million embezzlement Kistner ousted president of the Northern biochemical corp., whose principal stockholder has admitted the Bank embezzlement was arrested saturday night by Federal agents at his Sheldon Home. A a o he waived formal arraignment before a s. Commissioner w. M. Porker. A preliminary hearing was set for 9 . Wednesday. Kistner was taken to the Woodbury county jail Here where Bur Nice Iverson Geiger. 58, has Hock held since last monday night when she admitted the embezzlement. She has refused to Post $10,000 Bond to gain her release. Mrs. Geiger was assistant cashier and a member of the Board of the Sheldon National Bank. Her see it charged on Page 2 Gene f. Rinta director of research for the Council in an analysis of the new $81-billion Federal budget presented by the Meinsen Hower administration earlier this month. The Kennedy administration f expected to make changes in the Eisenhower proposal for the fiscal year starting july 1. Rinta said the Eisenhower budget should not be used As a Bast Lor Grealer Federal spending. He said that aside from anti recession measures in 1959, Federal expenditures have been rising at an average rate of almost $2.5 billion a year since 1955. Quot they will Rise even More sharply in the next few years if president Kennedy and the Congress adopt the spending pro tki Sals offered in recent weeks by or Kennedy a advisory groups a the analysis said. Rinta rejected the argument that inflation and population growth have accounted for much of the need to raise Domestic no defense spending. Instead he blamed increased spending on "1. The expansion of activities and liberalization of benefits and subsidies under existing programs usually to satisfy the demands of special interest groups. "2. The enactment each year of entirely new spending programs also usually in response to special interest demands. The Cost of these programs is then superimposed on All of the existing expanding Rinta said there has been Ai see spending on Page 2 he is survived by his wife mrs. Gladys Hord Post. The family Home is at 1605 Lipscomb funeral services will be held at 2 pm. Tuesday in the first Christian Church Annex. 3001 Wolflin. With or Newton j Robison. Minister of the Church officiating. Burial will be in Llano cemetery under dirty tier of Blackburn Shaw funeral Home. Mrs. Post prefers that any memorials be in the form of gifts to favorite charities or churches. Third oldest Man in Point of service or. Post had been a member of the editorial staff of the Amarillo daily news and Globe times since 1930. In addition to his duties As editor of the Amarillo sunday news Globe he also served As managing editor of the Globe news papers for the last five years. Post came to Amarillo in june. 1930. From Wichita Kan where he had been serving As state editor for the Wichita Beacon. His first assignment As a reporter Here was the City Hall run. And throughout his reportorial career Here he handled All phases of news coverage. Post was made City editor in 1944, serving on the City desk for six years. He became sunday editor of the Amarillo sunday news Globe in 1951 and managing editor of both the morning and afternoon papers in 1955, retaining also the duties of sunday editor. Post was born oct. 4. 1894, Ini Colony kan., son of George w. Post and Mary Frances hug-1 gins Post. Tsy fire kills 7 in family new York. Jan. 22 apr a 4-year-old Hoy spanked a month ago for playing with matches May have sparked the ire in which he died today with j his Mother a brother and four Sisters. His father Howard Fancher 42, and three Sisters survived. The Blaze broke out at 7 01 . In the bedroom which Charles Fancher 4, shared with his brother Howard jr., 9, in the third floor tenement apartment. The father said he heard the used a meeting for 10 . In a he boys calling out. He ran to their Junior ballroom of the herring bedroom and found it ablaze. Hotel a meeting of the entire Quot i could t see where anybody membership will follow at 11 . Was a a he said. Annual luncheon and style show Fancher later said he had spanked his two sons a month ago for playing with matches. Chief fire marshal Martin Scott said preliminary investigation indicated Charles m a y have started the fire. Fancher said after failing to get into the boys bedroom he dropped his was into the Kitchen with the idea of wrapping a wet Blanket around himself. Quot everybody was he said. Quot i get Back into the living he said he then stepped out onto a fire escape and Quot yelled to my wife to hand the out the children. I took a Flatiron and smashed it through a parlor windows so the smoke could get judging today of a old Ben hurries to scene Amarillo Stock show Knuckles Down to business today at Tri state Fairgrounds. There la be judging of livestock throughout the Day and a feature of today a program will lie the Rodeo at 8 . In fair in Ark coliseum. Directors of the. Panhandle livestock association have sched 9 . Will conclude the Days activities for the livestock association. The record number of entries of 1,818 animals in the Stock show was changed Only slightly sunday alter the silting of steers lambs and hogs. According to show officials 40 ii cat her steers 20 hogs and one Lamb were the Only entries sifted from the show. New York Fuji a the new York Central Railroad announced sunday night a strike by 660 tugboat men in new York has forced a the sifted steers will to sold v 1 r u a 1 shutdown of All at auction starting at 8 . To freight and passenger operations Day at the Western stockyards on its entire 12.000-mile system. Thy Sale will he followed by the the announcement came shortly j Junior Heifer show in fair Park after the two Day old Kennedy and coliseum and the showing of ministration sent labor Secretary lambs in the old Arena. Both Arthur Goldberg Here to join events will be judged at 9 . Emergency around the clock Nego although actual judging in the to nations aimed at settling the show starts today the 1961 edition transportation crisis of the Amarillo Stock show got Amarillo or the wives of Panhandle live Vicinity and con Amarillo Stock show see Stock show on Page 2 Stock association scheduled for 12 30 . Amarillo club. A dance at the herring hotel at members is Stair Heroult hid party lint Witti at the daytime Tern Pera Urei. Lot a today �?~22, Holh 60 Northwest Texas fair to partly Cloudy through tuesday no irn por to a n t temperature Chan Les. Highs 58-66 new Mexico no Hern. Far Edh lamp in Mish to crash cloudiness of times through Toni Flat no important change in temperatures. Highs to Aav <0-55 West 55-65 East temperatures by hours yesterday 7 . 2s noon. 46 8 am. 19 l p a. 51 9 . 55 2 . 57 Sumner in of 36 3 . 59 11 . 45 4 . 60 news woman Vest. 63 min. Vest. It a o Way y. Ago 23 min. Or. Ago. 13 Section oi1 Page 3. Sunrise 7 53 on. Sunset 6 36 plans to go visiting Are made changed situations resolved in today a report by Lumarion the daily plane kills at Midway me the smashed window apparently created a draft that engulfed the entire apartment in flames. The Only ones who made it out were the three older girls and Howard jr., who died later. The other dead were Anna fan Cher 36, and Josephine 7. Charles 6. Nancy 3, Florence 2, and Helen 1. Mos silo a 11$ Surott 1 area sports elite Honor Bob seeds Buddie by putt Powell daily news sports writer Quot in All my 30 years of baseball this Honor brought me More satisfaction and 1 will cherish it so Long As i said Bob seeds As the former major league outfielder from Shamrock was installed As the third Rrt Ember of the Panhandle sports Hall of Fame sunday afternoon at theve Mca. Ball a Coffey basketball a Milt Fitts West Texas state track a Jim Parr Smi and Amarillo Golf a John Farquhar. Amarillo Tennis a Trilby Townsend Bette e Gidden Memphis baseball a Larry Stroud Pampa. See where president Kennedy sold about everything he owned before taking office and Tutor put he Money in government Bonds. Cuffe a was earned after receiving a standing ova w third Rrt Ember of the i Panhandle Ilon set is Deok touched t ked. A ton oa.ii�. A empty Loutner i it la 0 Toje Missig crewmen saw and easy before the crowd were aboard the plane and the dear editor i a 20� three others were members of the Quot suitcase shared the spotlight Quot these football coaches talk ground Crew we Ith Junior Coffey. Dimmitt foot about having ulcers. 1 have but the spokesman said the plane Bailer and Tex Hanna Borger ter flies in my stomach Quot said the flipped Over on its Back when 53-year-old seeds. The fuselage Slit and then was athlete of a i never expected this Honor consumed by fire Vear and Hanna coach of the Vear i m sure there Are men in the the plane took off saturday at by the v s men s club sponsors Panhandle who derived it More 4 02 . Hot �9 02.. Esp my Federal Erv neighbor save of the Panhandle sports Hall of than i do but i am very Humble and was returning tor its Corn the conflict of interests depart Fame Quot at this time. 1 can to help but a ted Mission when it crashed ment might ought to look into coaches of the year in various remember sled Allen he has this on account of or. Kennedy sports football red Lehnick. Passed away but 1 can t get him a a. Hoi 8 04 was hired by us people yet Here Lefors basketball a Hanna off my mind he had the most to he is fraternizing financially track Frontz Matt Palo do do with my baseball career with the government. To Golf a John Parker Palo Duro Tennis David Kent Quot a also remember Bill walk Marillo High baseball Miller or of Shamrock at this time. Megahey. Plainview. When 1 was 14 it ears old he athletes of the year football see Hall of Fame on Page 2 see plane crash on Page 2 the line declared an immediate embargo on All freight on its lines running from Chicago and St. Louis East to new York and Boston. Only Token passenger operations were maintained in a few areas West of Buffalo and those were expected to be hailed within 48 hours. A i a the Central second largest u. S. Railroad in terms of traffic volume already has been crippled severely by shutdowns of passenger service resulting from train Crew refusals to Cross tug bolts end a picket lines. The line said its freight embargo was effective immediately. Honolulu Ltd a a naw., in Progress will com radar plane on Pacific Barrier i it we their runs an official said duty crashed on Midway Island but effective sunday night no sunday in attempting a Landing More freight shipments would be and nine men were killed or accepted. Missing of the 25 servicemen in a Central spokesman said that voiced in the Accident. Meant that railroads connecting the plane a 70-ton four engine w do the Central will refuse to Constellation equipped with radar accept shipments at their Point gear crashed after completing an of origin thus giving the strike an in hour Mission patrolling the elec Impact Felt across the nation tronic defense system Between l. A Riley general trans put Midway and the Aleutian us tation superintendent of the Cen lands. Trial system announced the freight # # embargo. A spokesman said it a Navy spokesman said the was necessary because there were plane swerved on Landing and not enough Crews to Man the swept through the duty crash Crew lines freight trains just off the runway. A a a the spokesman said the plane he shutdown idles 12,000 rail crashed into a fire truck anti burst Way employees but a Central open its fuselage. The huge plane spokesman said they were not be then caught fire. Six of the missing ing Laid off but were being pre Tsee strike on Page 2 a a a save he will now have to be he was married to miss Gladys Herd on july 20. 1935. Mrs. Post is health nurse and librarian of the school of nursing at Northwest Texas Hospital. She was honoured several years ago by the establishment of the Gladys Post memorial fund a scholarship foundation see editor on Page 2 very conscientious indeed if he works hard for our Side in the running squabble Over our pay checks. D. E. Scott Wellington the Accident oct red at 3 04 est. A a amp it was the first fatal Accident of an air Barrier plane since the service was inaugurated in july. 1958. Names of the dead and missing Good morning c7 the Sun hos shone Over Amarillo tor 22 aav., out or 2? during 1961. Comparative readings of 3 . Sunday. Amarillo ii 15 Clear Houston 5 is Cloudy Dallas 14 15 Clear a okla. Oto 17 15 poly Cdv flames Rake Art trove \ collection of original Oil paintings was destroyed a fire sunday afternoon when a Blaze broke out in an upstairs room of the George Autry printing studios 412 e. 5th. The collection was that of the late George Autry and consisted of More than 50 paintings. Or. Autry died last year. Many of the paintings destroyed were the original works of or. Autry. Four Amarillo fire units answered the alarm at 12.46 . Sunday when smoke was seen coming from an upstairs window. The flames had spread to the Walls of the second floor and nearly burned through the roof before firemen brought the fire under control. All of the contents of the room which contained Many personal items of the Autrov family were nearly destroyed and the room heavily damaged. The entire building was damaged by water and smoke and the editors note Elt Xhu monday the Dally news publishes the sermons of Amarillo ministers contacted at random sunday afternoon. The allowing is a he 123rd in the series. A associated pm Ess wire photo mrs. Martha Tredway 40, of Denison has filed for the Senate seat vacated by vice president Lyndon Johnson. She is the first woman Ever to file for this office in Texas. Assembly of cod i do Canicle Quot when i was a child. 1 spoke like a child 1 thought like a child i reasoned like a child when 1 became a Man 1 gave up childish 1 corinthians 13 11. The Rev. Charles Moore pastor of the Assembly of god Tabernacle used this Well known quotation for the subject of his sunday Sermon. Title of the Sermon was Quot spiritual Quot Many Christian people go through life and never grow up. As they Progress Thev Are like the ways of the world and knows j children. First the child learns to How to carry on in everyday life sit alone then walk then run. When a Christian is first born he Falls is picked up and Falls he does no to know what is expected again until he becomes a Young of him he is immature. As years j Man or lady. By. He learns like a child1 Quot tie child who never grows learns. He becomes a Christian up is always a helpless weakling and is Good to himself and is no Good to himself or anyone else. When a child grows up his Muscles develop and he is Able to do As he chooses. Quot when a Christian grows up he does no to want to be a beginner. He grows up in knowledge of Jesus. He wants to grow and he a Man and not be a child in understanding in malice he is child but in understanding he is a Man Quot a child does no to know the ways of the world and can to Linders Dud son Jacinto methodist Church l r. R. Luther Kirk pastor of the san Jacinto methodist Church used Quot stewardship of Possession Quot As the subject of his sunday Sermon. Text for the Sermon came from 1 Peter 4 10. Quot Good stewards Ace the Mani three for limit Fame news Stoff photo Rob seeds left is congratulated by Joe Fortenbery Center and Blair i Berry past winners of the Panhandle sports Hall of Fame honors. Seeds was installed Cha ill sermons a a a rag to a the third member Sunda afternoon at the y my \ see Art on Page 2 am a a Buster in these Days of crime investigation in Texas and elsewhere it did t come As much of a Shock that big time gangbusters elegant mess anti his unmentionables have descended on conniption convinced that there a More lawlessness in that Little Frontier outpost than meets the Eye. The Story unfolds today in a new chapter of kick of Shay on the daily news comic Page

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