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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Atchison, KansasA stately Mich St. 82 Detroit 71 Nebraska 62 Colgate 76 Tenn. 73 Indiana 80 Nevada 52 Purdue 74 Wash St. 46 wm-mary54 Davidson 49 Niagara 74 so.caro.81 . 72 bonnies 106 Moreh d Wiki ten cents Iii fit Nix in. Atchison Kansas december 18, 1960 fourth year 25292 i i i renin t Cait key to Man Jamily squabbles the one that fits the ignition of the family car returns in Triumph Selassie halts revolt after fierce fighting cide. Reports that the Lon emperor Haile Selassie resumed in Triumph to his Ospital of Addis Abaca Satur Day. Leaders of uie abortive pal Ace revolt in Ethiopia were reported to have fled before his arrival. Soma May have committed Sui a. Had ended in bloody failure poured out of Addis Ababa. The City was re ported rapidly returning to nor Jimial. Diplomats in London also heard that four ministers who served uie is your old conquering lion of Judah were shot As hostages Fri Day As he landed in Asmara 400 Miles North of the capital and began to make his Way Back Lioma. A had rushed Back from a slate visit to Brazil when the revolt broke out wednesday. The slain officials wore said to have been the ministers of de sense and Commerce the acting foreign minister and the Deputy minister of information. The Niin is Tor of health was reported miss ing and the ministers of Public fio Vornn enl officials including three Cabinet ministers. No americans were Hurt in the fighting. Mollenhoff said. 11 began shortly after uie rebel government was proclaimed and lasted until about noon. Haile Selassie re turned three hours later. About troops were said in have rallied to the emperor and pursued the rebels with bomb ing and artillery fire. A delayed dispatch from Homer Smith correspondent in Addis Ababa described Friday s fight int As fierce. He said some of the heaviest fighting look place near the . Embassy. The Mollenhoff and Smith news dispatches were the first to emerge from Addis Ababa since commercial communications channels were shut Down Afler wednesday s revolt. Lars bringer a swedish Cor respondent in Asmara reported the coup began wednesday Nigil when leading citizens in tie Capi Tal were summoned to the Palace on the pretext the Empress was 1115 due me ministers 01 Pun a works and finance fled the City i when about Ico offi when the revolt broke out. As for the rebels diplomatic sources in reported that the ringleader Gen. Mulugeta Lulli. And his commissioner of police were dead and presumed suicides. The rebel Poinier. Has Prince Umeru former ambassador to the soviet Union and to India was reported either arrested or dead. Clark Mollenhoff Washington correspondent for the Minneapolis Star Anil Tribune and the pcs Koines reign scr and Tribune re ported from Addis Ababa where emperor. Vials had gathered he said they were surrounded by soldiers of the emperor s bodyguard and by some of the Young intellectuals who were mentioned As supporters of the rebel in later communiques. Addis Ababa radio announced that attic Royal family is Safe. This would include Crown Prince Asfa Wassan 44. Who had been named by the rebels As uie new Sovereign of Ethiopia. Haile Selassie How Ever exonerated his son and said the rebels Only made Asia was san their an ambitious plot men whose speeches seem Irra re kill l Rob cos the of the rebels re killed As Many Sib somewhat of a my Leiy. Rule or ruin soviet Union wants civil War in Congo history s worst air of Osfer of general Assembly saturday that j the Resolution drafted by hip soviet Union wants a civil United slates would have the As War in Tho Congo in order to pro Mote its own evil designs l. S. Delegate James j. Wads Worth added that it was endangering International peace Wilh a straight policy of Rule or designed either to weaken and Divide or to gain Power in Iho c Ingo for those who will do the will o he spoke after bulgarian Dep Uty foreign minister Milko Banor charged Thal the United states was paying the army of lose strongman col. Joseph Mobutu supported by president Joseph Kas Mvubu. Wadsworth said the United Stales was changeling All Aid to the Congo through the t med the soviet Union seemed to be backing the Stanleyville faction of deposed Premier i Alrice Lumumba in opposition to Che constitutional authorities. Tite Foj. S. Ambassador opposed a pending Resolution sponsored by eight neutralise supporters of i in Simba. Now a prisoner of Mobutu s troops. This Resolution urged the imme Diate release of All political prisoners in the Congo the convening of parliament there under v. Protection Quick Meas ures to keep armed units from mixing in politics and the withdrawal of All belgian personnel ii ii As Well As military. Wadsworth called it a Many sided at opt o Isle Rome in Hie Domestic affairs of a member he did not mention a rival Reso Lution that the United states was planning to introduce if sure he -.uu.i, my Sembly ask soc relay a Cje Neial Dag Honimar Skoul to help Kasa Mvubu a establishing conditions under which parliament can meet and function free of outside inter continued on Page 11 area weather pair today and warmer. Kansas fair today and partly Cloudy Lon uht i n c r c a s ing winds this afternoon and night Wanner Over the state Loday and Southeast tonight highs in the 40s East to lower 50s extreme West Missouri fair Loday and partly Cloudy tonight increasing South Westerly winds and warmer Elliis afternoon in attic Northwest in creasing cloudiness tonight in oth portions highs today in Laid Ulici mom Cler readings . A j . ,3 j 28 5 Ivy. . A Naglit to. Probe cause of crash Only survivor is dead nm7tv vol a. New York a _ history son radar. Tho other apparently worst air disaster look on an add a was not. One must have been off de note of Heartbreak saturday on some Defiance. Fire commissioner Edward f de note of Heartbreak saturday Asi course Kire Edward f. It caused two planes lines four engine cons Cleat o Ancl of hrs to collide in the air. Descending Tor a Landing caused two planes 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 11, Wil Nicole 111., had Clung to life for More than 2j hours. Hut he died saturday of Burns and inhaled flames. And Friday s thanksgiving of Bis parents who had stood watch at Liis Hospital bedside turned to tears. The Over All toll of death thus Rose to 136 from the collision that rained fiery destruction on the City. All aboard both planes per said Lull shed. Along Wilh eight others on United air lines plane had been when their paths inextricably crossed. A top eudoral aviation official said that under such Circum stances if both planes were under positive control at the time one was off Phillip Goldstein chief Al Tho investigating division of the civil aeronautics Board also said the Twa plane was being traced Al the time on radar Scopes at la Guardia Field its destination. As Tor the Jot headed for Idle wild Airport 10 Miles away to i Don t believe that Bho the ground. Police said still More bodies May lie in the wreckage and torn building. As the Broad rapid fire inquiry proceeded these inklings of what happened were one plane was being watched support Call for order in school crisis new Orleans. A group of 319 members of the tit Lane University faculty appealed saturday for Observance of order academic Freedom in lie n cd Orleans school crisis. The faculty group endorsed a re statement by 100 business and professional leaders calling Lor an end to demonstrations. Tw0 of the City s Public Elemen tary schools were integrated nov. 11 under a Federal court order. One school has been completely Doc opted by while and continued on Page 11 in Rtin .1 Rrt m dollars lord taker Hospital suit trial opens tuesday in Hiawatha court the rial in the suit of Robert Duncan As at Jisun Coli Only at Torney against the Brown county Hospital Dis Ricl at Horton is set for trial tuesday in District court at Hiawatha. Duncan seeks to eliminate of Gingham from the District on the grounds that fewer than 51 percent of Effingham s qualified voters signed the petition for tile District organization. He will be assisted by Robert Caplinger Atchison lawyer who filed on Agliori against the Hospital District in behalf of Siree offing Ham residents. The plaintiffs have subpoenaed 8fl off Langham residents i Nessus in uie trial. Judge Chester ingols of Hiawatha has disqualified himself in hear the Case and judge Joseph Dawes of has bran appoint of As judge pro Lorn by Jay s. Chief Justice of the Sas supreme court. The Dis Ricl was form ii last fall. It includes seven towns in Brown Atchison and Jackson counties with adjacent Rural areas. Plans arc to build a hos Pital Wilh half of this amount to be financed by a Bond Issue and the other half to be furnished through a Federal grand. N the District approved a Bond Issue Al f special election oct. 5, by a Vole to but Effingham voters were opposed to the Honda 290 to 78. Clarence j. Moore Horton Law yer reportedly Das recommended thai he Hospital Board dissolve the District and Start again. It is alleged in the action Sev eral persons signed Ilic petitions at Effingham were not qualified electors of the Lown that two names appear twice on the petitions and thai a number of Signa Tures signed by same person. Identified As such on the the hard pressed cab investigation was described As the most extensive Ever undertaken by the Agency. It brought a vast corps of ports Here Many of them working through the night examining radio communications records plane remnants charred equipment flight patterns and other material in a search for the cause. So far there is no definite Goldstein said. Al the same time nearly 300 police and firemen still dug through the ruins in a crowded Brooklyn neighbourhood where the huge Jet plane fell Walls shearing roofs and Selling a dozen Struc Tures afire. The collision paralleled Over the grand Canyon on june ?-0, 1056, Between planes of the same two airlines with 28 killed. Exactly the same number aboard the planes died in Friday s Colli Sion. In Brooklyn lie cab forbade removal of any of the twisted wreckage a move that a fused friction with City fire officials and continued on Page 11 air crash in Munich kills 60 Munich Germany a us. Air Force transport plane Lull of Christmas bound american Stu dents crashed into the heart of ancient Munich saturday killing 50 to 60 persons in a great sea of flame. The two engined con Vair sliced off the Steeple of a Church and smashed into a Streetcar full of Christmas shoppers. Few of the trolley passengers escaped alive As gasoline from the plane and a broken Gas main sent sheets of fire 150 feet into the air. Passers by were sucked into the inferno it was like the end of the a 24-year-old German girl who survived told doctors. The Crew of seven . Air _._., Uwi Uii Fin Loree men and 13 student Passen Gers from the University of Mary land s Junior College at Munich died in the crash Munich lord mayor Hans Joe Hen Vogl announced. How Many Streetcar passengers and passers by died was not known five hours after the Dis Aster Layor Vogel said 31 bodies had been recovered from the wreckage of the plane and Street but the total would be higher. Police estimated perhaps 35 per sons died ii the Streetcar and an other five passers by or Automo bile Drivers May have been fatally enveloped in the flames. At least 16 persons were known to be in the Hospital with severs injuries. Several were in critical condition. They included motorists dragged from blazing Auto mobiles drenched with gasoline. Many others wore Irea cd Lormi arms legs seeks were teacher files action against school Board Grace Armstrong erf Guensburg Wash., a former teacher in the Atchison school system has filed an action in District court against the Board of education asking for a writ of mandamus to com Mand the Board to resume her pension payments. Judge Edmund l. Page has or dered an alternative writ which sets Jan. 14, As the hearing Dale to answer her allegations. Her. Petition Stales she termin ated her employment with the card of education sept i 1959 before reaching the age of 60 and thereafter received pension pay ments of monthly through soul. 1, i960. Since leaving atch Ison she has had a College Posi Tion at Guensburg Wash. It adds that sometime in septem Ber of 1960, the Board of Educa Tion took some action the nature of which unknown to her terminating her pension payments and has Given her no facts which might be a basis for the termination. She began leaching in Kansas in. 1925, and from 1927 until sept 1 1959, was employed by the atch Ison Hoard of education according to the petition. She served As a teacher from 1939 to. 954 As a teacher and principal and from 1954 until june of 1959 Elemen tary consultant. The plaintiff adds in excess of in a of w us last id years of her services Witk the Board of education and not elected to exclude herself. Any of the retirement systems of the Board. She Stales she has contributed to the retirement Bunij or the percentage of tier quire continuously from septem Ber 1927 through sept. A 1959. In commenting saturday on the action supt. Wayne Frazer said miss Armstrong s application fo7 retirement was received in sep tember 1959, and was presented to the Board of education. No action was taken by the Board at this time pending the Board s decision on rules and regulations governing the supplemental retirement plan of the Aldus in pub Lic school system. In october 1900, miss Arm Strong s application was acted up on by the Board and was re fused after a year of study and Legal interpretation and evaluation. In the interim while this study was under Way and a definite pol icy was being determined m i 5 i Armstrong received a month. Her receipts have been approximately three limes what she had paid into the annuity accent on youth nor injuries. There Are so Rhani Ilia Iii us Ilia and bodies still lying Aboul in is impossible to say How Many were a police official said. The plane with the exception of a win and the Tail was destroyed. Police said that soon after the crash flames stretched 100 Yards and shot 150 feel in Iho one of the first policemen on the spot said he did not believe anyone escaped the rear car of the two car Streetcar. The tree tour went up names m a second. I heard firs a few loud horrified screams o the occur anti. And thing was still. I Don t Thiak any body go Oul of the rear car i saw a few people in wild flight from the first car. Others wore crouching and hobbling the sea of to was the second plane disaster to at Feol a great City in to Days. Two planes collided Over new cily Friday and fell on Dit Ferent sections bringing death to plummeting plane Here Edward Day 46, named As postmaster general the struck the Streetcar on Bayer Strasse at the Corner of Martin Strasse. St. Paul s Church Yards to the South soul aids Zulfic Sou ii ii lure to Oast. About 270 Yards South of the Oruro i is Maria Meadow. The american students wore 16 Dron stationed in England they had boarded the plane at the lives of firemen Are at Loai years old most of them Chil he said. A Wall could Ron military personnel collapse on them. I made the decision that was Par mount Ami so i m the of the dead in til area was at limes confusing since Many of the bodies were Bronchi y was Para Una i Juhu at moving the Airport a Happy laughing kidding lot. They were to Fly to North hol Airport land there to Scalier to Kheit families for Christmas. The transport left at . Out in segments Leadin i to vary left at . M weather. Four minutes continued on Page 11 stores open at night starting tomorrow and continuing through Friday Atchison retail stores will be open every night tin til o clock for the convenience of christinas shop pers. On saturday night Christ Eva the stores will close Al the regular Lime 5 . Mai Al he Atchison ordnance storage scam picked by Jim Krin Ley chief warrant officer lie succeeds sports Nuller with the of Iran Farroh in twirl Ritter of fun of i Palm Beach. Fla. A motor co. H president elect John r. Kennedy completed an accent on youth cab inet saturday by selecting los an Geles insurance executive j. Edward Day for postmaster general. The Cabi Uel choices average 471 years of lowest of the Secretary Secretary of labor. Arthur j. Goldberg special counsel for the Afl-c10, 52. Secretary of agriculture. Gov. Orville l. Freeman of Minnesota 20lh Century. Kennedy himself is 43, Day is 48. With. Day by ins Side. Kennedy stood beneath a Coco Anul Palm on the Sun splotches Patio of the Ken Nedy Home tie Lold a news con Ference it was a great pleasure to have a Man with a of the Treasury Douglas Dillon guide Secretary of state is. Attorney general Robert p Kennedy brother of Kennedy 3j the postmaster general j. Edward Day vice president of Prudential _ Wii a a jute insurance co., or Western gushed career in government and operations 46. Business take Over the largest the average age is 47.3 Venra. Business in the world the Kennedy s press Secretary. Ilin for said lie had checked in and urea Back to the William Mckin Ley administration and the new Over the largest Tonij average business m the world the Post Kennedy s press Secretary. Pierre office department lie no tet Lias i Salinger. Said lie had checked tie More Fafian employees ure3 he William t billion both Ken i administration and the new Ledy and Day stressed a deter ii a Cabinet will he the youngest of Lalion to improve Tihe efficiency this Century. Previously the f the postal service. E3 " As i Woodiw Llison s at 49 9 years and the oldest was Mckin a. a billion both Ken Netly and Day stressed a deter ii a to in Posta neither would commit at this Point to restoring twice a Day postal deliveries. This is the Complete 10-Man Kennedy Cabinet in the order of its Scle Clion Secretary of health education and welfare. Gov. Abraham a. Kibizoff of Connecticut 50 Secretary of Commerce go Luther it. Hot is of Lina 02 the oldest Secretary of the Interior. Rep Stewart l. Udall of Arizona 40 Sec Olary of state. Dean Rusk president of the Rockefeller foun Dation. 51, Secretary of defense. Robert s Mcnamara. President of the Ford Ley s at 61. President Eisenhower s Cabi tact averaged 5g.b years when it look office in 1953. Kennedy s brother Robert will be the youngest Man to serve in the Cabinet in the go Odd Yean Salinger checked. The most youth Tut Cabinet member previous or in this period was George g Cortel you. Who was w la became Secretary of Commerce and labor under Theodore Roosevelt answering questions Kennedy said he intends to meet with Hii entire Cabinet in Advance of the inauguration. Probably this will of shortly after Nic first of year he said. Cuban situation Castro lashes Church officials and judges Havana minister f Tecl Castro again unleashed his Wrath on the roman Catholic i Tirch saturday with an accusation that some priests in encourage the murder of govern ment officials. He also promised to purge Cuba s judicial system criticizing t for failing to adapt to the Revo ution. He thundered that to will How Oul bad judges. The bearded prime minister poured Oul his fury in a oration at a labor rally held Afler Midnight. He ordered a big Mili Parade held Jan. 2. Manuel Cardinal Orteaga in irm and Sci retired at 81, was a Judas. The aged Cardinal leads Hie Church Hierarchy in Cuba which privately has vowed not to Bend before the regime. Castro said the Cardinal went to lie presidential Palace during the old regime of Batista to Exchange the kiss of Judas Vilh the bloody he said some priests have really daring extremes in heir counterrevolutionary Active ies encouraging terrorism encouraging crime encouraging even assassination of officials Otho revolutionary government pm our Nging Hie criminal hands of All area Grid eleven in today s sports Section the names its i960 All area High school football team. The least was picked by Jim Krin i Turkey. Connerly who August in listed 1wi and help of coaches and la Northeast Kansas. Blood thirsty henchmen Castro indicated he would like to avoid conflicts with the Church saying we Hope they will recons Der that they become they Aro shaking a mistake he ridiculed a recent open letter from the Catholic Bisho psf Cut uie most Oul spoken critics of com must influence in the country. The letter protested the spread communist ideology and detailed a Long list of grievances including the detention of priests Castro said the letter was de signed to depict his government As a persecutor in the eyes of the allow me to remind you Arch Bishops thai one commandment of god to he said. Ask again for fliers release Washington a the United states made a new de Mand on Russia today for the least of two american Timea held since Early july or bit plane went Down Over us Barents sea. The demand Vivai made in a meeting held by Deputy under Secretary of stale Raymond a Hare emphasized our deep con Cern Over uie soviet government continuing detention of the two hb4t Crow Hare also Lold she russian Yoy the spokesman said How important to is to the relations be tween our two count Raj that men be promptly to Are cats. Freemy b. Olm Sload of Elmira n. Y. John r. Mckone of
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