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Arkansas City Traveler (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Arkansas City, Kansas J Tryl Noto warm up. Nike Tietti yeah Aff Cataga traveler want am / i get results of hone 2300 number 107 Arkansas City. Kansas. Monday. December 19, i960 fourteen pages Price in City 6 cents unmanned Model of space capsule fired test shot by u. S. Goes up 130 Miles one ton payload drops into Atlantic near grand Bahama Cape i Imti a in a nit i Lim i iivi., Fla i apr a successfully manned Model a of a capsule 130 Miles recut Rcd it intact in 2.35 Miles Down Jna i the t the Cost a in a hand the in tree ii within no naut ii ans St tile Pace a an important pre j Tong an american ii similar flight a few months. I training to he space All were o see today s shot. Cess Ful launching capped appointing ones that set Gram Back National aeronautics and in administration announced no minutes after launch that a helicopter from the aircraft Carrier Valley forge took the one ton i a Svile from the Ocean at 31 46 a in. I minutes after it was launched atop an 83-foot Redstone missile. The capsule was deposited on the earner flight deck at 12 03 pm. Tile capsule was sighted about 90 Miles Northeast of Brand Bahama Island shortly after it completed its 16-minute, 4.000 mile an hour flight. A Fleet of ships planes and helicopters sped immediately to the scene. Tho capsule w ill he turned to Cape canaveral for intensive i study to determine i Tow Well it stood the to in. A Fleet of ships planes and helicopters was standing by when the capsule was launched Dye makers radio beacons and a flashing Light were to help teachers locate the space Craft. The i1 la a Ped capsule was carried aloft by an 83-foot Redstone rocket that roared away from this missile test Center at 11 15 am. It separated neatly from Tho Booster 140 seconds later and raced to its target at speeds up to 4.000 Miles an hour. It completed the trip in 16 minutes. Nasa announced a a preliminary data indicates that Lite project Mercury spacecraft apparently flew its preplanned sub Orbital ballistic trajectory and impacted approximately 235 statute Miles downrange a of the Mercury capsule systems appeared to operate successfully. Recovery ships Are now i icing directed to the Impact traffic toll Topeka a Kansas traffic death log 48 horns to 9 . 2 dui tog Deceron lier�?12 during 1960 476 com arable -959 period 522. Haile Hunts i Down last of rebels Addis Ababa quiet except for military patrols Addis a Haba Ethiopia it a it i emperor Haile Selassie s Loyal army today hunted rebel impel Jai guards who fled to the mountains after an abortive attempt to de throne the 68-year-old Monarch. Army patrols marched through the Strutts of Addis Ababa and air Force patrol planes . Constellation Blaze is fatal to 20 ova fat w r i gift 1 is of for the Isi it it it a tin planning Hurt to Wyandotte it minty tin is thinking about allowing school is Stop shelters like this to be erected by a a. It try advertising firm. The sponsors no -s.u. Wild h. Painted on the sloping sides of the roof. La. Shelters Are 6 feet wide. H feet deep and v j feet tall. Defer action on striking Force nato Waits on Kennedy View legislators boost pay Lincoln. Neb. Map it the Nebraska unicameral legislature unanimously approved a Bill 1oday raising the pay of its members and quickly completed the business of an extraordinary seven Day session. Tho legislators voted 33-0 to raise their salaries from $872 per year to $2,400, or $200 per month. Gov. Dwight Burney promptly signed the Bill. Because of the special session the salary increase a first since Nebraska switched to a one House system in 1934 will go into effect with the regular session starting in january. The weather Paris Fapp ministers of North Atlantic Alliance ate going to wait for the reaction of pres inert ele. T John f. Kennedy get fore deciding on a conditional j american offer to equip nato with a nuclear striking Force pegged to Polaris submarines. Winding up their annual three Day review sunday the foreign. Defense and i Nance minister of the 15-nation North it Lam in Alliance in furred action on the . Proposal until a Spring meet my even colder readings Are due tuesday a Topeka a subnormal temperatures prevailed in Kansas a Early today and the weather Bureau said even colder readings Are Likely tuesday. Tomp rabies have been below i Normal in the state for a1�ut two weeks and probably will continue another week or More another movement of cold air from the Northwest will lower temperatures to it it Day the weather Bureau said there will be con a Aldern b a now accompanying the cold air hut Kansas probably will he Only on the Snow fringe. An Inch of Snow remained on the ground in the re Istell Hiu City area from the state s last precipitation of consequence on dec. Loll. Sunday temperatures ranged from 35 at Russell to 53 at Garden cite. Overnight lows included 21 at Russell and 31 at Garden City forecast Kansas partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday with Snow flurries extreme Northeast tonight and or East and North portions tuesday Strong Northern winds and turning much colder tuesday Low tonight near to North to near 30 South Liiro tuesday in the 20a. Onia 4 partly Cloudy and mild with southerly winds tonight tuesday mostly Cloudy and turning colder with winds shifting to northerly during the morning Low tonight 30-35 High Friday 35-40. Oklahoma fair tonight Woolet West and North tonight tuesday fair and cooler East amt South Cloudy and much colder Northwest in afternoon Low tonight 25-35 High tuesday 45 Northwest to 63 extreme Southeast. Two joining the traveler two additions to the traveler staff were announced today. One is in the news department and j the other in the advertising department. Bob Todd has joined the news i staff As sport editor. He was 1 with the Winfield courier and is a graduate of Missouri University joining the advertising Slaff is j to a. Mcewen. He will take the i place of Walter Bud Bishop i who goes to Gardner Smit h. Gardner insurance firm. Mcewen j has been in the grocery business hero Many years and is a native of Arkansas City or. And mrs. Mcewen live at 1615 n. Eighth St. They have one son. Or. And mrs. Todd and their daughter live Al 111 North b St. Scheduled for May 8-10 in Oslo. Norway some members Are pressing for a Spring Summit conference of Western leaders hut this depended on hic attitude of die new amen an president. President Eisenhower s top aides put Forward the blueprint for a Force of medium Range ballistic mis it ills under combined on tool in an apparent move to induce v. S. Albe to forego Independent nut Lear programs. There was Little immediate sign Litis Man Euver would succeed. Fiance for one hag made it plaint she intends to go ahead with her j own atomic sinking Force. The offer Hin cd on several big conditions approval by Kennedy agreement by live allies on Ivow Tot pay for the Force and changing the Mcmahon Law that now makes it illegal for Tho United states to i put nuclear warheads in foreign j is Tho Way the proposed would work five u. S. Nuclear submarines each armed with 16 Polaris mis-1 silos tipped with nuclear War j Heads would let a placed under joint i North Atlantic command providing the allies bought an additional too missiles costing about $1 Mil lion each. These additional too missiles. Perhaps including some solid fuel Pershing could to based either on land or sea. U. S. Spokesmen at the nato meeting put great emphasis on the Price tag of tin program. Thev said tile United states has come on hard times and her allies must shoulder a greater share of the Cost of defending Europe. Secretary of state Christian a. Belter lid the american delegation at the talks which ranged Over Many other topics. But they came to few conclusions As the i incoming american administra-1 lion was not represented. Nato Secretary general Paul Henri spank said at a closing news conference a this was a transition droned head but the City other is quiet concerned mainly with levying its dead and tending us wounds Oft Baals estimated it Ivil Ian and army casualties at 2. Too a communique claimed the revolt. Which broke out wednesday while the emperor was visiting 1 Brazil was Quot quickly crushed by the ethiopian army and Swift punishment was promised for others attempting to overthrow the ethiopian Quot King of Haile Selassie flew to Addis j Ababa Airport saturday then drove in a tank to Jubilee Palace. His primary residence. Guenta Lul Palace had been a rebel stronghold. T7ie government claimed it also was the scene of a read massacre. Tile rebels killed 18 government dignitaries and hostages and wounded 32 others before pulling out. The government said. Baile Selassie a scat grown Prince Asia Wasson 44. Was exonerated from any part in the re i hellion. The rebels forced the Crown Primo and other govern. Ment leaders to make statements against Baile Selassie the communique said. The emperor a a xxi guard 5.000 i picked viders who formed the a nucleus of the rebellion were tricked by a a treacherous leaders of the revolt into thinking they were fighting for their ruler the communique said. J Many rebel leaders were killed the government said Tho a being hunted included tire Imperial guard commander the commissioner of police and Ute Security chief. Scores Are injured in Carrier fire firefighters May have to quit As huge vessel lists is at Vouk 11 a it in the con roil dead. 1 or am or thro in it poured sir Effort luge ves do Glees firefight i to Iff i rec inter e if to the tilt dwelling turf. Aten eds fire threatened to destroy this Frame blinding on North i my Early to Ilay. Firemen Here railed at Itsel a. M. To a Home occupied by titania Barlow 105 North e St when fire of undetermined origin broke out in a bedroom of the House. Firemen a there s is a heavy damage to the room in which the fire originated and heat and smoke damage to the Felt of Hie Louse. Mrs. Tarlow. Firemen say was not in the House when the Blaze was discovered. Minutes after the alarm was turned in. Expenditures about Normal City s income exceeds budget mrs. Mccann Dies saturday mrs. Geneva Iva to exp Antu e City s cled to Ipa Ted income exceed in the this the 1960 ter. Year is amount budget told the a pkg amp a pays half of ifs $83,830 county taxes sales dragging 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 s 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 temperature record since noon saturday in. In. In. In. In. In. A. In. A. In. A. In. A. No a. In. A. In. A. In. A. In. A. In. A. In. A in. Noon a. In. In. In. In. In. In. In. 37 7 p. In. 32 40 8 p. In. 31 a a 40 9 p. In. A a. 30 40 to p. In. 30 a 36 la p. In. 29 a 33 12 Midnight. 30 sunday 30 i p. In. 51 a a 30 2 p. In. _____53 30 3 porn. 52 30 4 p. In -----50 30 5 p. In. -----46 30 6 p. In. A. 42 31 7 p. 39 a 31 8 p. In. 37 31 9 p. A. 35 37 to p. In. 33. 42 la p. M31 4� 12 Midnight _ 29 monday. 28 8 a. In. -----2728 9 a. In. A 3128 to a. In. -----3527 la a. In. A 3226 i noon a a 4628 i p. 4823 2 p in. -----50 Kansas City apr department store sales for the year through dec. To Are one per cent behind the Mark of last year in the 10th Federal Reserve District. Western Missouri sales Are even but those in Kansas Are eight per cent behind. A Check paying half of Kansas Gas and electric company a $83,-830,97 tax Bill in Cowley county has been delivered to county treasurer Frank d. Bott. The payment is part of $3,862,-817 35 which 32 Kansas counties will share As tax payments from the electric Utility. H. In Smith pkg Ampey a division manager Here noted. J Smith said much of the Money Batog collected by the counties will go to support schools As Well As other units of local government. A pkg amp a is glad to pay its proportionate share of the Cost of j government and schools a he continued. Quot and. As major taxpayers we Are not Only interested in tax Money boing spent wisely and efficiently. Bul Are willing our part to youth injured in pick up Accident an 18-year old Maple City youth i was pinned beneath an overturned truck for Throe hours sunday before lie was discovered by a passing Motorist. M Arvin Pool was pinned beneath the pick up he was driving after the vehicle Lett the Road one half mile West of the Silverdale school. Deputy sheriff Harper Stohle said the truck travelled 213 t it Down a ditch before it overturned pinning the Driver. Pool was taken to memorial Hospital we Here he was treated Foi minor lacerations and bruises and released. Several Homes Are in City lighting contest several Homes have entered die Home decorating contest sponsored by the Junior chamber of Commerce according to Ray White and Dean Kli it exkorn. Co chairmen. These Are the Homes inv Leonard Orozco. 121 in South g St. Miss Aileon ii Aynes. Sis South c St. Lee r. Bacon. 217 Hillside mrs. Alice Reaume .116 North b St. And mrs. W. D. Weaver. 114 n. Summit St. The deadline for entering is 6 ., dec. 21. All that is necessary to enter is i to Call the chamber of con i Merce office. 110. Or any of these numbers 3360, 4004. 381-w, and leave name and address. At of their Strother Gish said tile Hospital showed net operating loss of $3,885 based on income derived from patient i Rry Gish City manager told the care. Commission today i however with Revenue from Gish said at the regular City non operating sources he added commission meeting in the City i the Hospital should show a profit Hall. That 99 percent of anticipated of nearly $6, too income had been received by dec the commissioners approved a i request of general electric co. He said on the basis of Revenue j sur a it Eais s Extension a v men the received so tar income j As it on buildings for this year would be approx Field mate in 109 per cant Over the a contract budget anticipation. Expenditures on the other hand the City manager stated were run Ning about Normal and conform i with budget commitment in most instances. City expenditures in All funds for the first la months of 1960 Are about 92 per cent of the i amounts set out in the budget. In outlining the financial comport for the la months of 1960, 118�?T p Rad mrs in Ndon the vessel re Ca earled i it july be pulled 250 million super Chance timing she might go Down. A when they go they go fast Cav a a go said. The fire trapped thousands of construction workers aboard the ship at the outset of the fire forcing a motive Rescue operation by Crane lift and launch. Cavanagh said five dead had Boort removed and the number of injured could reach a up in the j How Many men were still trapped below decks if any remained unknown. However Many on the lower lev Els were removed through a big Hole Cut in port Side of the ship by acetylene torches. They were taken aboard launches and Belle Mccann brought to Shore. I to rho of re at it it or Pant was i died a i of pin no almost under control but w. Colo a then if raged furiously again. Spreading through out the leg Ali if the 1.047-foot. So arrived a Fen traveler photo n fifth St., i saturday a1 111 ave the Home of a Friend Alay Al Cnown where she 6n.0c Mon Craft. Bank burglars at Udall fail rib we rec i eats in to do Gardnor Smith Gardnor insurance real estate. Pho. 300. Of Muf phone Santa tonight tonight and tuesday night children May Telephone Santa Claus at 3773. They May Call Between 1he hours of 7 and 9 To talk to Santa Tell him what they want for Christmas or just visit briefly. Tonight and tomorrow Are the Only nights of this project and Only Between those two hours sponsored by the Junior chamber of Commerce. Burglars were unsuccessful an attempt to break into the vault at tile Udall Bank Early to a Day. According to the Cowley i county sheriff s office sheriff Robert r. Getter said thu burglars entered the Bank through a rear door. The attempt was made sometime after Midnight. Closter added. Hie burglars pried open to rear door and sifter knocking the dial off Trio vault attempted to punch the Safe. Closter said. The sheriff it Aid nothing eur in the Batik was Dilt Turbed. The burglary attempt was discovered at 8 a in. Today by Jack Horner Bank cashier. Although there was no estimate i of the amount of Money in the vault Closter said thai Horne told him it was not a Large sum. Undersheriff Harold Mueller said the building had been rho red at Midnight by Hal Payne Udall City marshal All was secure at that tune. Payne i told Mueller. County authorities Welt awaiting tin arrival of Federal Bureau of investigation agents from Wichita Hie Fri will enter the investigation As the Bank is a Federal insured depository. With Hie Santa Railroad tor the maintenance sidings at the Field was also proved by the commissioners i the commission authorized 1961 Cereal malt beverage licenses renewed for Hie following applicants Safeway stores Summit and j Spruce package Only i Osage hotel soon Summit St Ruth Law he. Walnut inn to e. Walnut ave. Cleo Eastin Blu Bon inn 421 Summit St lard Kinslow Brunswick seat Ion 401 Summit St. Nor Elsberry. Eleanor a cafe to pin 517 North e St. Sarah e Miller Ark City smoke House 405 Summit St Talma Garris Monarch tobacco and j Domino parlor to South a Earl hawking i Way afe. 1107 Summit St. M in Short Short s tavern 505 Summit St. Ger Trude Hollenback Idle hour tavern 523 Summit St. Mona b. J Haines Haines filling station 820 w. Kansas ave. And Delpha Hawkins 77 bar amp Grill 1725 Summit St. A new application tor a Cereal male beverage License filed by Pauline Gonzalez 310 e Central ave., was also approved by the s mayor Boyd Mottler commis i stoners r. C. Young jr., and in i net it Ross. George Sybrant. City attorney. Del Vawtie Ety Engineer. James f. Clough City clerk Earl Whitehead Deputy City clerk and Gish tire City manager attended the session today the invocation was asked by Rev. William of tile Nazerene churn it. I Niva or Cann had been taken upon dismissal from memorial Llos i 1 a1 where she had Boon a patient several week She had lived in Arkansas c i t y nine years com i tog Here from Sedan. Bom Jan 6, 1870 a1 Doniphan Doniphan Illinois goes for Kennedy electoral College casting its votes today county Kan she was the daughter of James a. J. And Martha Vineyard Hancock. At the age of 15 she moved with her parents to Lincoln county Kan. She was married to Charles in Swisher nov. 8, 1890 at Oskaloosa Kan. Or. Swisher died May 20, 1908 on mar. 12, 1930 she w As married to e. E. Mccann survivors include two sons. Albert it. Swisher 608 w. Polk ave., and Elmer e. Swisher. Gotebo okla., one daughter mrs Edith Rose Severy kau12 Gra Dehil Republican Dren 38 great grandchildren and states 11 ballot f i v e great great grandchildren j and one brother Timothy j. Han i cock a Wjk Bahoma City. Mrs. Mccann was preceded in death by her parents one brother Robert Newton Hancock four half Brothers Amos Rutledge Tom Rutledge George Rutledge and will Rutledge one half Sistr mrs Sonora Weese and one grandchild ovaries Swisher. I the Stu funeral services w ill to wednes withheld Day 2 30 p. Rn., in tin Jess Rindt Mold his Chapel the Rev. Harold in w ill officiate and burial will be in Hie memorial Lawn cemetery. Him la Vav of i i Vii k ins is i my latin it i a its i in i fir ii nil Tutu a \ will to 8 Der a of by inv mmsoiii1 Normal colder fir a Al period with some wanning liken Noi period Normal Lli-43, noun Al mini Murn i >-11 Northwest to Mig wait he t. Precipitation will average i to ivol an Inch occurring a Snow first half of period. Hinges on Trade agreement East Germany issues new travel ultimatum dependable insurance. Crane Mills amp Watts. A. C. Off. Bldg. Tel. 170. Of Muf highest and lowest highest temperature for this Date n 34 years �7 degrees in 1941. Lowest amp degrees in 1951. Berun i Al a East Germany a communist regime today issued a new ultimatum threatening Allied and German travel to isolated West Berlin. An editorial in Neues deutschland the official communist party newspaper declared that unless a new Trade pact is signed this month Between West and East Germany All agreements on traffic to Berlin will become invalid on Jan. I 1961. The editorial said the East Gorman government will offer the Western allies in Berlin a special arrangement tor military transports to Berlin. Presumably the allies would again refuse to Deal with the East germans since they do not recognize the red regime. The red Organ said other Tref fic the movement of civilians and goods to and from Berlin remained an open question in the absence of a Trade agreement. The West germans cancelled their Trade agreement with East Germany to weeks ago As reprisal for the communist squeeze on Berlin. Eastern and Western Neotia i tors have held four meetings in Berlin to discuss a new agreement hut they have deadlocked on whether West Berlin was to he treated As part of the West Ger j Man Republic i no decisive action possible u. N. Stalemated on Congo crisis shopping Days to Christmas shop for gifts in our and pages United nations. N y. A j a the u. N. General Assembly appeared headed today for a stalemate on rival proposals for action in the crisis Ridden Congo. Unless there is a last minute Compromise the 99-nation Assembly May not be Able to take any decisive action on an Appeal from Secretary go Noruzi Dag Lammar skjold to strengthen u n. Efforts to restore peace Abd Unity to the strife torn country. The Assembly scheduled another session today to discuss the con go. Tile United states and Britain introduced a Resolution sunday calling for Hammarskjold to help president Joseph Kas Mvubu Clear the decks for reconvening of the Congo parliament. The Resolution expresses Confidence in u. N. Machinery to Aid in restoration of Law and order Calls for humane treatment mint of political prisoners and Rester-1 Iii Atn ates that no state should Supply a unilateral Aid to the Congo. A rival Resolution submitted by eight neutralise nations Calls for immediate release of Al political prisoners and the reconvening of parliament without mentioning Kas Mvubu. All eight sponsoring nations Are supporters of deposed Premier a Trice Lumumba who is held under arrest by Tho congolese army of col. Joseph Mobutu. With neither Resolution Likely to gain the two third in Jot by required for adoption Sweden suggested that the Assembly wind up debate without a vote by having Frederick la. Boland of Ireland Assembly president sum up the full i situation. Washington apr the electoral College today was making Otic dial die election of sen John f. Kennedy to the presidency. Illinois 27 electoral votes a acre cast for Kennedy about noon. So ended apparently any lingering Hopes by some Rej it publicans thai the big state might be switched to the Richard m. Nixon column. Kennedy carried Illinois by Only 8.s.7s votes in nearly Lour million. The first reports showed All electors voting according to the popular vote in their state. Tonnes electors cast the for vice president Nixon ignoring a telegraphed plea from an oklahoman to vote instead for sen. Barry f Byrd. A a. For president and sen. Barry m Coldwater. A Ariz for vice president. Chairman Roy a Powell of the South Carolina electoral group said he had received some a Crackpot correspondence i Ging eight electoral votes inc from Kennedy. But he colleagues Quot i Helve Vou Haven to been influenced a the South Carolina vote was East for Kennedy. After electors from seven of the 50 states had concluded their business in needy had 13 electoral vote Nixon 31. Adlai is planning delegation changes Picacio i a Adi o e Stevenson . Ambassador Deag Nate to the United nations says he is contemplating a change of Lier sound in tile american delegation Quot i Hope we can improve the Quality of our United Nar a Resen Tat Stevenson Tel i re porters sunday. Quot there will he Sonio changes but not until jeer next he also said he a it urged h s Friend and Law associate Meco muh Bliar or to acc pet a state department or Uay delegation Post. Ida a said a deferred a decision. $232,000 Grant f or Parsons state Hospital Washington Al the health education and department today Armour �?~4 a $232.ooo Grant to the St de Hospital and training Omri Parsons a s., to help finance reni1 dilation work. The department informed sen i Andrew f. Schroppel r a i that total Cost of the work will he i $819,500,

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