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Arkansas City Traveler (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Arkansas City, Kansas Frosty Ftp Kattai traveler want am a get results phone 2300 Ninetieth year number 136 Arkansas City Kansas monday january 23, 1061 ten pages Price in City 6 cent s famine triggers blood purge in red China Kirking Doi i jct Many school hero the nation Bro having doubling up problem in classes. Hut Al u have a situation ilk. That at Morgan school in Montrose. C olo. Pro Nepal Harold Kraus proudly pose with five act of twin that arc currently enrolled at the Soho old All in the first it a Tokyo a pm an announce-1 ment from piping indicates unrest and sabotage brought on by a drastic shortage of food is bringing new drive against opponent of the red regime. A voluminous communique issued after a meeting Jan. 14-18 of the top chinese command in piping referred again and again to the food shortage which was blamed on the a most severe natural calamities in a or Itury Fol burglars hit Here again Over weekend electric firm tavern lose Cash to thieves Low Ift upon serious natural Ca-1 Kambies of 1959.�?T the. Communists reported last it North that 150 million acres were j hit by these calamities no figures were listed in the latest report hut a left no doubt about the seriousness of the problem. Tile official new Olina news Agency reported a four Day cold wave in Kiangtung province South China destroyed part of the i Winter crop especially Sweet potatoes. A Staple food of the toiling masses the piping communique said the agricultural setback led to a shortage of raw materials for Light Industry. The leaders ordered that new sources of material along with increased production be achieved to a ensure the Supply of the Peoples daily necessities As far As Quot the tasks in thu Are extraordinarily great and arduous a the communique said Quot but the difficulties can be overcome Quot the communists chimed that i More than 90 per cent of the i population is Loyal to the red j regime and is fitting up with their Quot temporary difficulties Quot however it reported Quot an extremely Small number of landlord and Bourgeois elements have not and Are always attempting a j this element was charged with taking advantage of the difficulties along with Quot some Short a coming in the work at the lower Levels to carry out sabotaging the communique added that Olina had a few minor communist party officials who Quot although Good willed and will intentioned Are inadequate in their ideology Quot they Lack understanding of the fundamental policies of the party and government Quot the communique said reporting a sort of a. A to school movement called rectification. Far reaching review begin Senate Static for Connelly Che Bowles texan s Oil ties Are rapped by sen. Wayne Morse Washington it a it Senate leaders Hope to win confirmation today for 13 of president Kennedy a nominees for positions below Cabinet level. At least two nominees face some opposition. The Cabinet was sworn in saturday afternoon a Short time after it won Senate approval. Sen. Wayne Morse d-ore., served notice he was opposed to the selection of John b. Connally or. Of Texas As the new Secretary i Pasadena. My. A seven of the Navy because of his past negro children and an adult who ties with the Oil Industry. Was caring for them burned to sen. Norris Cotton r-n.h., has death Early today when their announced he is against approval Frame House erupted in flames Kennedy talks about defences Washington a presi-1 mid morning and arranged to re a Den. Kennedy and his new and i ministration s top defense and g he diplomatic officials today started j10 conference in tile Cabinet a far reaching review of the a j room at the White House were tonal Security Prog Rafn. Seeking a safeguarded peace with Tho communist bloc Kennedy began talks with key aides at 7 children adult die in Home Blaze of Chester Bowles As undersecretary of state. Bowles a former member of Hie House was a foreign policy adviser to Kennedy during the Campaign. Cotton questions Bowles Bili near he in state police reported. One child a Sayied. State trooper Lester Chenoweth identified the victims As Donald l. Green 9 months and his Sisters and Brothers. Maryland. 2 tude toward future relations with i Winifred. 3 Yvette. Red China although the nominee 5, and Aaron. 6. 4 Joeline has testified he opposes immedi ate recognition of the communist chinese regime or its admission to the United nations. Majority Leader Mike mans also burned to death were a Cousin Regina Wright to. And i he greens Uncle Bernard Green 33. One child. Lawrence Green la. Field a Mont. Put senators on jumping Barefoot from a second notice he hoped to Complete confirmation today on All of the Kennedy nominees who have been approved by committees. The Senate voted saturday to confirm Adlai e. Stevenson As . Ambassador to the United nations. He took his oath with the Cabinet members during a White House ceremony. The Only opposition to the Calv inet was that of sen. Gordon Ai i Lott. R-colo., to the nomination of the president s brother Robert f. Kennedy to be attorney general. Allott said Kennedy did not have enough Legal experience for the Post morsels opposition to Connally longtime associate of vice president Lyndon b. Johnson came after the Senate armed services and eight other defense department appointments. Sen. William Proxmire. D-wis., and John s. Cooper r-ky., told the Senate they shared morsels View to the Connally nomination. Morse said others also Are opposed. Other nominations Leady for Senate consideration include Byron r. White Deputy attorney general Archibald Cox. Solicitor general h. W. Brawley Deputy postmaster general Roswell a. Gilpatric Deputy Secretary of defense Elvis j. Stahr jr., Secretary of the army Eugene m. Zuckert Secretary of the air Force Carles j. Hitch Paul h. Nitro Arthur Sylvester and 111011138 d. Morris assistant secretaries of defense Cyrus r. Vance general counsel of the defense department. Floor window in 10-degree Wrath tile parents of the Green children Dolores find Ernest were visiting neighbors when the fire broke out shortly after Midnight. Firemen said the tragedy apparently was caused by a faulty Oil Furnace. Ida Hickok Dies sunday mrs. Ida May Hickok. Resident of this area Many years died at 11 55 . Sunday at memorial Hospital after an illness of several months. She lived at 3081 s. Summit St. Born in Muscatine Iowa Jan. 24. 1s78, she was the daughter of William Huffman and Rachael Bennett Huffman. The family moved to Gouda Springs when she was a Small girl. When she was 19, she began teaching at a Rural school near Newkirk okla. She married Charles e. Cummins in 1902 Ami they operated a mercantile and grocery store in Arkansas City. Later in the Early 1920s, they operated a restaurant downtown. Cummins died oct. 18, 1923. In 1925, mrs. Hickok moved to Rutherford. N. J., and lived there for 15 years. While there she married Bert Hickok. Turn to Page nine Secretary of state Dean Rusk Ami Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara. Also on hand were Mcgeorge Bundy. Kennedy s personal aide on National Security matters under Secretary of state to be Chester Bowles and Paul Nitze. Assistant Secretary of state in charge of International affairs including disarmament planning. Also present was Gen Lyman l. Lemnitzer. Chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. Pierre Salinger. White House press Secretary said several other officials were joining in the discussions. He did not immediately name them. Tho conference started at to . An hour and to minutes after Kennedy turned up in his office. Salinger said tile White House would have nothing to say regarding the talks until their conclusion late in the afternoon. He added that there might not be any official comment even then. A scheduled Kenneth meeting with the entire White House staff was called off. Salinger said without elaboration that other business prevented it. The president arranged to have lunch in the White House living quarters with mrs. Kennedy. Resumption of the National Security talks was scheduled for 2 30 . Burglars struck at two business places Here again Over the weekend. Police chief Frank Robertson said two business places were entered. More than Hoo was taken at one place and the loss at the other is undetermined. The Teter electric co. 1544 n. Summit St., was the victim of Safe burglars according to police. Don Teter. Owmer. Discovered the burglary sunday afternoon when he went to tile company office. Police say the Safe had been moved by the burglars into another room away from Street View. There the Safe had been peeled police nay. The amount of Money taken from the Hale wan undetermined Teter told police. The burglars had gained entry by forcing open a rear door of the electrical company. In the other burglary the thieves used an empty Beer bottle to break out Glass in door at the 77-bar, 1725 s. Summit St. Police sgt. Bill Rice discovered the burglary about 5 30 . Sunday As he was checking the building. I police Lay nothing wan disturbed at the bar and the burglary it i Dent la know whore the Money Vias concealed. The owner of the establishment estimated there was $126.9.5 taken. On the weekend before burglars hit at two other places Safe burglars pounded a Hole through the Wall of the vault at the High school and thieves broke out the plate Glass in a door at Hillcrest Bowling lanes. 7 dead in Blaze on Carrier Athens Greece apr a the Italy said the fire was believed . Aircraft Carrier Saratoga put to have occurred this morning. Into nearby Pha Leron Bay today with seven dead and Quot Many a injured after a fire at sea. The file occurred in the Eastern i Mediterranean where the big aircraft Carrier was on patrol Mith the . 6th Fleet reports received Here did not Mike Clear the cause of the fire or where it occurred. The . Embassy Here promised a statement later. The american naval attache said he was awaiting a report from the Sara few details were available in t05.a a miss Cherokee strip a a miss Liana Russell 18-year-old full he Mhz member of the Cherokee Indian tribe was selected today by the Arkansas t Ity historical society As the City a representative to the Kansas Centennial Kiek off program in Topeka next sunday. The history of her people has been closely Allied with tile growth and development of Arkansas City. She is from twin Oaks okla., and is a senior in the Chilocco Indian school. She is shown Here in the Buckskin of her ancestors and holding two Cherokee Indian dolls Clad in the More Modem Squaw dresses. Brown photo a a is a to Topeka Centennial features John us an s i / a / a t rites tuesday Cherokee girl City s John Dugan brother of mrs. Anin i \ a r f c. Forburger. 1105 n. Seventh St. Pc p h / p s0 i Hill la 6 As died wednesday in the Hospital at 1 w we a s a a. W Mountain View calif., after an # a a #. Ifmer1ltess will be tues a i cd 7 apr Opp St old Day to . In the St. Hose catch Quot Bijj i it a inv. I Alie Church Wellington with burial in Prairie Lawn cemetery. Well Arkansas City will be represented sunday in Topeka at the official in ton the Holder funeral Home j inauguration of the Kansas Centennial year by an 18-year-old full is in charge. Blood member of the Cherokee Indian tribe whose history and on Dugan was born in South Haven time land holdings Are closely Allied with the development and growth medal deadline is approaching thursday Jan. 28 is the final Date on which applications May he received by local Banks for the Kansas Centennial medals. Only 20,000 of the medals were made by the u. S. Mint and they were allocated to the Kansas Banks on a basis of county population and size of Bank. The Home National Bank will disperse 99 medals and the Union state Bank 26. The permission to buy a medal 52.50, will be decided after Fob. I when the applications Are drawn and medals allocated. The Banks receive no profit from this distribution and those Lucky enough to get a medal must pay for it by feb. 6. Four places Are open in first Aid course due to cancellations the red Cross has announced that four More persons can be enrolled in their instructors class in Home care for the sick and injured. The class will to held thursday from 9 . To 4 . Anyone interested in enrolling should Call the red Cross office at 158 or 189. Ticket deadline set tuesday morning at 9 30 of clock will be the deadline for making reservations for the joint chamber of Commerce retailers annual banquet wednesday night it was announced today. Tile dinner meeting will be in the v. F. Vav. Hall. Dependable insurance. Crane Mills amp Watts. A. C. Off. Bldg Tel. 170. Of Muf mediately. . Navy officers in Naples. Teacher at Caldwell Dies Caldwell mrs. Warren an cell 41, a teacher in the Caldwell Junior High school died sunday at menorah Hospital in Kansas City to. Mrs. Ancell the former Selma Oathout was a teacher in the Junior High school for nine and one half years before her death. Funeral services will be at 2 . Thursday from the first methodist Church. Burial will be in the Caldwell cemetery. Schaeffers mortuary is in charge of arrangements. She is survived by her husband Warren Angell of the Home a son Warren Ancell. And a daughter Joan Ancell both of the Home her parents or. And mrs. L. O. Oath out Caldwell her Mother in Law mrs h. G. Ancell Caldwell four Sisters and one brother. The Saratoga which will be 4 years old in april normally carries about 3.8u0 officers and men. She is one of the Navy a Forrestal class the world s largest aircraft carriers. The vessel is 1,046 feet Tong with an angled flight deck and a Width of 252 feet. With a full Load. She weighs 76,000 tons. The Saratoga was launched oct. 8, 1955, and completed april 34, 3956. The Cost is listed by Jane a fighting ships authoritative naval reference work As $182 million. Former City teacher Dies Union state Bank hikes capital Stock members of the Board of directors of Tho Union state Bank voted to increase capital Stock from $60,000 to $100,000 by Stock dividend of two shares for each 1hrec held at their annual Clee lion of officers and Board Mem Bors thursday at the Bank. Officers reelected were George Docking. Kansas City chairman of the Board Robert Docking president William b. Hill vice president Noble Wing cashier and Secretary and mrs. Fairy Dillard assistant cashier. All members of the Board were re elected and Are George Docking Robert Docking. Hill Wing George Gier of Guymon okla., w. E. Burton Charles f. De Mott b. A. Tubbs and Arthur m. Williams. Jan. 24. 1905, the son of or. And mrs. Charles Dugan. He was a Carpenter by Trade and had worked at South Haven Wellington and Wichita before moving to san Francisco a year ago. Survivors include his wife Elsie Cornwall Dugan of the Home six children Richard Dugan Ronald Dugan Johnnie Dugan mrs. Rita Thomas mrs. Rosalin Roth and mrs. Rosetta Williams 13 grandchildren five Sisters mrs. Irene Fulcher Winfield mrs. Edith Mcbee. Norwalk. Calif., miss Alice Dugan Chicago mrs. Hazel costello South Haven and mrs. Gladys Forburger Arkansas City one brother Leo Dugan South Haven and his Mother. Mrs. Eva Dugan also of South Haven. Relaxes in studio Over garage at family Home rancher does Oil portraits by Margaret flick creating favourable comment in the business District is the current display of Oil portraits by Lincoln Robinson Well known Cedar Vale rancher. The display which is in one of the windows at Bryant hardware co., is the Hobby of a Man who spends the greater part of his time in the open As a working rancher managing family interests just across the Kansas Border in Oklahoma yet finds time to pursue his intuitive love of the Fine arts. Limiting his work exclusively to portraits and studies he relaxes with oils and Canvas painting portraits of his neighbors and friends and doing some work on commission in his studio Over the garage at the family residence in Cedar Vale. Aside he takes time out to travel to Wichita for Art lessons. Robinson is a native of Boston and a graduate of the Fine arts school at Harvard University. After graduating from Harvard he worked for Viking press. He is the author of three published children s books a two boys a a a Jack a House a and a Goldie and yellow Hammer a for which he also did tile illustrations. Robinson moved to Cedar Vale in 1940 with his wife the former miss May Borroum. A native of that Community. They returned there to make their Home and to manage interests left to her by her parents the late or. And mrs. l. Borroum which also included land owned by her grandparents or. And mrs. Madison Lewelen who were Pioneer ranchers in tile Cedar Vale Community. Turn to Page nine try traveler classified ads of Arkansas City. Miss Dana Russell a Chilocco Indian school senior from twin Oaks i j okla., has been selected by the Arkansas City historical society As j a miss Cherokee strip in memory of the last great land race of history j which started South of Here. City so mrs. Evan fair Denver the former miss Grace Zorn native of Arkansas City died saturday after a heart attack. Mrs. Fair was born and reared Here and attended the local schools. After graduating from uni Verity of Colorado Boulder she returned Here and taught in the Public schools in the Early 1920s. She is survived by her husband of the Home. Funeral services and interment will be tuesday in Denver. The weather since one of Arkansas two major Centennial year celebrations will let a a Mammoth reenactment of the Rush into the Cherokee strip next sept. 16. At tile exact historical hour and Date of the i Ace it a Felt it would lie fitting to have As the City a re remember of the tribe to which that land once belonged. Miss Russell will participate along with other City representatives in the John Cameron Swayze show at Topeka and other official events that will Start the Centennial year. The cherokees came to this aria Long before the Tow site of Arkansas City was Laid out in 1870. A Hie Triin was driven Over forecast Kansas generally fair through tuesday colder Oer East and Central tuesday Low tonight 10-15 Northeast to 15-20 Southwest. Highs tuesday 20-40. Zone 4 generally fair with Little change in temperature through tuesday Low tonight 15-20 High tuesday Middle 40s. Oklahoma Clear to partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday Little warmer tonight turning cooler tuesday ions tonight 23-33 highs tuesday 43-53 Northeast 53-63 Southwest. Tempera tick record since noon saturday 1 p. In. 22 7 p. In. 28 2 p. In. 25 8 porn. 26 3 p. In. ______30 9 p. In. 24 4 p. In. _____32 to p. In. -----22 5 p. In. _____33 la p. In. -----21 6 p. Rn31 12 Midnight _ 20 sunday 19 i p. In. 18 2 p in. 1 a. In. 2 a. In. 3 a. In. 4 h. In. 5 a. In. 6 a. In. 7 a. In. 8 a. In. 9 a. In. To a. In. 17 16 15 14 13 13 15 22 3 p 4 p. In. 5 p. In. I p. In. 7 p. In. 43 46 m. 47 47 46 41 38 8 p. In. 34 9 p. In. 10 p. In. 11 p in. 36 3332 11 a. In. 30 12 Moon. 36 12 Midnight _ 29 monday 1 a. In. _____28 2 a. In. _____26 3 a. In. 25 4 a. In. _____23 5 a. In. -----22 6 a. In. _____20 7 a in. _____19 8 a. In. 18 9 a. In. _____24 10 a. In. _____29 11 a. In. 35 12 noon _____40 1 p. In. 43 2 p. In. _____45 highest and lowest i highest temperature for this Date in 35 years. 74 degrees in 1950. Lowest -6 decrees in 1930. The info oils a Trail of tears from tile Southeast United Staten into Indian territory which became the Home of tin five civilized Trilles Cherokee Choctaw Chickasaw t reek and Seminole More than a Century Ugo. Arkansas City a future ties with the cherokees started with the creation of tile Cherokee outlet in Indian territory. Later an 8,000-acre Reserve was carved from the outlet to be set aside by the cherokees and the Federal government for the establishment of a school for Indian children today a Chilocco turn to Page nine ambulance bump re starts heart Milwaukee api a 78-year wide variety of weather for kansans Topeka a skies will be Clear today but wide temperature discrepancies Are expected throughout Kansas the weather Bureau reports. Highs should Range from around 50 in the Southw est to the mid 30s in the Northeast. Lows during the night will be from 10-15 in the Northeast to 20 in the Southwest. While the West is enjoying relatively mild temperatures it is colder than usual in the Eastern part of the state. This is due to cold air entering that area from vigorous storm centers to the East of the state. There was Frost in the East during the night with temperatures below to for Hie third straight morning. Highs sunday ranged from 59 at Garden City to 30 in Topeka Lawrence and Olathe. Nighttime lows were from 5 in Topeka to 24 at Dodge City. Rash of grass fires reported on weekend grass fires Over the weekend touched off a series of alarms at one a Quantity of baled Hay was destroyed. Firemen s a y burning Glass spread to some baled Hay at the old Man who previously had been j5avjd Sloan Picc. N Bick i in Zin North or Colorado ave., at Tho be alive when taken to the Waukee county morgue died Sun-1. ,. D the other grass fires All in the county general Hospital at township were at the Charles tenants said that Leo Rappel of i , Creswell Don g. Milwaukee did not regain con Brown farm one mile South and scion Ness after he had been one fourth mile West on it. S. <7 taken there from the morgue Fri and the methodist Church one hair Day night. The cause of death mile North and one half West on was listed As a heart condition. Buy sell rent Trade try traveler classified ads u. S. 77. Gardner Smith Gardner insurance real estate. Pho. 300. Of Muf nominees for annual awards nominees for Arkansas City a outstanding Young Farmer amt for the distinguished service award to be presented by the Jaycees tuesday night Are pictured Here. In the Back Row left to right Are Charles Fanner James of Mauer Neuer inc. Will be the speaker and toastmaster will be j. B. Fencil. Brown photo

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