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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Atchison, Kansas Ravens. Ii i a Stafe �?64 Iowa 731 mph. Stale 741 Citadel. 40 f 6a. Tech 821 army 841 notre Dame is Pitt. 71 Pittsburg. 541 la. State. 541 Minn. 711 a Western. 481 Clemson. 571 tem. 791 Ithaca. 481 iwo is. 47 f Penn state. 44 Atchison sunday Globe stylish Snow woman pc fifteen cents Atchison. Kansas. Sunday. January 26. 1958 26-pages eighty first year 22 Atchison hard face brakeman offers this advices Quot to Man has Ever listened himself out of a Job proposes Desormo moot i a a Imam Man by a Shii a by in. 1 pact meet 22907 soviet head would discuss missile ban London Jan. 25 if a soviet byelorussian wednesday. Communist party Boss Nikita a a Khrushchev said the soviet gov Khrushchev was reported by mob eminent considers the need to cow radio tonight to be ready to Convene a conference of leading discuss a ban on intercontinental statesmen on a High level with ballistic missiles As part of a Gen the participation of the Heads eral disarmament agreement. Of government As very or the broadcast said he stipulate gent a Moscow said de that the West must first agree a Jfe emphasized at this meet to a ban on nuclear weapons an eng in Minsk it will be Essen end to nuclear tests and the tial to discuss questions which liquidation of overseas military must Lead to the easing of ten bases. Sion and to create conditions for the West has acknowledged a Complete liquidation of the cold that the soviet Union is the Only Power at present capable of fir the broadcast said Khrushchev my intercontinental ballistic mis noted that Quot ruling circles of the Sites possibly with Hydrogen Western countries which do not bomb warheads. Want the tension relaxed or the the overseas service broadcast cold War liquidated Are putting said Khrushchev had made the Forward questions on which statement in a speech to the a it is difficult and even Imossi a culture workers conference in Hie to reach Rodmen an tense new Kkt acts cause indians to be uneasy in Ankara Ankara Turkey Jan. 25 it a a Premier Adnan menders has returned Home today from a sudden and secret Mission to Iraq. His trip thickened an air of crisis surrounding the opening monday of an important Baghdad pact conference Here. The five pact nations and the United states will discuss the defense of the Middle East against threats and thrusts of soviet com mums in. The strains and stresses of the Middle East political Maze formed the background both to Menderes unexplained Mission and to the conference of the Baghdad Alliance which u. S. Secretary of state John Foster Dulles is attending As an observer. There is every indication that a Sno fooling dubbed a miss icy Tope this Snow woman in a dress is vying for a place in a male stronghold the Snow Man or Nart ment. Fraternity pledges John Buck of Kansas City on in the meetings inside the Flag i and Ralph Spurrier of Arkansas City drape the Cool shape with its bedecked closely guarded turkish feed dress at the i Alpha i House at the University of Wichita grand National Assembly build at Wichita. A wire photo i online Tell Quot carrying weapons. He testified that klansmen were ordered to come to the rally armed. A we were told it looks More impressive a he Sake. After a lecture by the judge he renounced the klan saying a i done to think it does any sheriff Mcleod said relations Between the indians and Whites had gone unruffled for decades before the Kkt incident. Although a by will Grimsley Maxton ., Jap. 25 up a nearly a Century ago during the civil War. A Confederate general forced Indian soldiers into negro battalions. They had been fighting alongside White troops. It led to trouble. But since then the Indian and the White hereabouts have lived in peace. Until two weeks ago. That is. Then two crosses were burned outside Indian Homes. That led to trouble too. The indians swooped Down on a Kun flux klan meeting in an aban do cd Cornfield a week ago and sent the White Robed klansmen scattering. Today tension As taut As guitar string still grips this Small farming area in the Southern part of the state not far from the South Carolina Border. The indians have returned to their usual pursuits but they Are restless and edgy in the face of reported new Kkt rallies and threatened reprisals. So Are other groups in this land of four Way segregation. Wild rumours feed the flame. One report from South Carolina not confirmed was that klansmen were being summoned from throughout the South for another rally at Maxton with possibly 50,-ooo in attendance. There was another report that a group of men in cars with South Carolina License plates drove up to the modern All Indian High school in nearby Pembroke and entered the building. The report proved baseless but the building was searched thoroughly for dynamite. Pembroke is the Center of the ancient Indian Colony whose origin is shrouded in mystery and Romance probably going Back to the Early Roanoke Colony of sir Walter Raleigh. The trouble started of monday Jan. 13. That night klansmen burned a Cross on the outskirts of St. Pauls in front Home of an Indian woman who the klan said was going with a White Man. Another Cross was burned a few Miles away where an Indian family had moved into a White neighbourhood in the county seat of Lumberton. Robeson county has about 40,000 Whites 30,000 indians 25,000 negroes and 5,000 smiling still another dark skinned group. The klan next called a rally for saturday night in a Cornfield near Here. Sheriff Malcolm Mcleod warned against it saying he lacked manpower to put Down a riot if one should occur. The klansmen ignored the warning. Some 50 to 75 of the them by their own estimates gathered in the open Field. Many carried shotguns rifles and pistols. Or Wall Sanders. Chairman Gle electric Light armed indians a a Doihara i Ainne Tho hic Hwan the Kansas commission on construing Here Dulles will have to play the delicate key role of keeping i f of moslem states firmly Allied to the j j cum of can West. A a Menderes flew to Baghdad Friday for a hurried conference reportedly at the urgent request of Iraq the Only Arab country within the anti communist Alliance of a nations along Russia s Southern Brummitt was snowbound at her farm boners. Other members Are Brit i band requested help Atter she lost blood As the re-1rescued from snowbound farm army per once carry mrs. Verlan b Summitt from a helicopter in background to a waiting ambulance at it. Leavenworth. Mrs. Brummitt was snowbound at her farm Home eight Miles Northwest of Leavenworth. Her he band requested help Atter she lost blood As the re. Ain and the moslem states of tur suit of a severe Haemorrhage and the helicopter was dispatched to the farm. Mrs. Brummitt was reported in a a fair condition at a Leavenworth Hospital. A who also were at the scene. A everybody was looking for the Rev. Cole a he said afterwards. A i have no fight with the Cole 33, a gaunt Goatee former carnival Pitchman and Hack Driver is accused of inciting to riot. So is James Garland Martin of Reidsville The trial is set for next wednesday. Cole is fight ing extradition from his South Vav Ashington Jan. 25 v a ment congratulating american and program becomes Carolina Home contending his life British american Progress toward British scientists a for the Contri to permit All soil is in danger. Harnessing the a bomb for peace m Art in a tobacco Plant worker 1 fill liens was hailed _ _ air a a harnessing of a bomb to open great vistas More inevitable scientists to devote _ t worker i Ful uses Quot was hailed Quot by president Bulion the it Are making toward and energies to the was fined $60 plus court costs and Eisenhower today As opening up Cerul of he atom a a disc str cuon a Man and not lots de Pablp a a a a ass amp is sgt. Exper Quot nems the ttrius11 and american atom. On charges of drunkenness and Rius is Only a first step. Elk eau americans sincerely Hope pors a Imants a Katina Benhower said a but it does bring that other scientists in other coun Progress had been achieved within the realm of possibility a tries will be encouraged by their toward a limitless Supply of atomic Power governments to do similar a controlled a us it of Hydro a a a c Gen atoms to produce electric pow. Fop Aii the world for search a Eisenhower said adding or raw material for this Power Niani thousands of Vears to a was these and other scientific abounds in Ocean water but prac experiments continue the adoption tical application of the process is state of a worldwide atoms for peace still considered years away. Come. The president issued a i key. Iran and Pakistan. Speculation among diplomats and military men assembled Here ranged from the possibility that Iraq May be quitting the Alliance for the Sake of Arab Unity to the suggestion that Iraq plans to demand British american support for a Tough new policy toward Israel. A variety of other suggestions was also advanced but none found any official backing either from the turkish government or the Iraq delegation headed by sex Premier Uri said. One thing was sure the Surprise development worried american British and other pro Western officials. One member of the Baghdad pact secretariat reported the u. S. Delegation on hearing the news of Menderes trip withdrew the Advance text of Dulles opening statement to the conference. It had been submitted to be held for release monday. The inference seemed to be that the Secretary May change his approach. Nato Amis to become costlier Washington Jan. 25 he said adding sen. Green Dri said tonight a it is Idle prattle to argue that the United states must a face up we cannot afford it. We cannot to the necessity for costlier Mili afford not to do it. At what Price tary assistance to North Atlantic is National Independence or he. Treaty organization nato Man survival to be set a countries. In a report to the foreign re Green chairman of the Senate lations group Green Aliso said foreign relations committee nato partners Are looking to the said nato s military forces Are United states for leadership to a a dangerously below desirable degree that is a at once both As Levels. Necessary new weapons Tonish Itig and sobering both Flat not Only Are More expensive buttering and Quot their complexity will require with natos Quot shield forces an longer training periods a he said a indispensable instrument of a and the United states in Par Western s u r v i v a i a he added titular might Well face the fact a few americans seem to fully re that its military assistance pro Alize the awful responsibility Gram to nato countries is going their country carries in the world to Cost More not less a Green area weather forecast for Atchison and i attending segregated schools they Cirl to a generally fair today and had lived and worked and often tonight continued mild High to worshipped Side by Side with no sit # a ill feeling. Quot this was strictly outsiders doings a the sheriff said. The origin of the Robeson county indians remains a mystery but historians have connected their ancestry with the Quot lost Colony of Roanoke Island sent from England by sir Walter Raleigh. The indians have no tribal customs. They never have been in a reservation nor have they been under government subsidy. Many of them have Blue eyes and Blond hair. There Are no distinct Indian characteristics. It is said when scotch settlers moved into the area in the mid-1600s they found indians Here living not in Tepee but in Normal houses farming the land and speaking in elizabethan dialects. Their names instead of being typically Indian were scotch English and Irish As a Lowry a a a Jones a Jacobs a a a Sampson and a May nor a names also found on the list of gov John Whites lost Colony. Today 90 per cent of the Indian population in the area May be bracketed under to surnames As those listed. Others Are Quot Oxe Dine Quot a Cha visa and a Deere a the last believed taken from a dare a the name of Virginia dare the continued on Page two Day in 40s. Kansas a mild and fair Gener j ally Over the state Low tonight 15 Northwest a to lower 20s, East and South High today 40 50. I Are takes a hand confers a t Pentagon with top defense dept Heads Washington Jan. 25 up a going to take a personal interest president Eisenhower took a per in this so he went Over there a Sonal hand today in moves to re Hagerty said. A it was his Missouri a partly Cloudy to organize the defense department. this was just one Day some Snow extreme North he paid an unusual visit to the of a series of conferences Eisen East Low tonight mid. 20s High Pentagon and conferred with top Bower will have with Mcelroy today 40 extreme North to near civilian and military leaders. Prior to the presidents decision 50 South. There was immediate bipartisan the applause Froni members a a a assistant democratic Leader said Kress for the president s dramatic was a Ohto note that the action to Speed a promised Over this ume i taking haul of the nations m lilt Ary set _ .36 thermometer readings saturday. Is i up to meet to Challenge ii rus a a a a a 4 -------40 8 p. A. Sian sputnik and missiles. I h if ,. Indicated he would do in his Eisenhower conferred for More sure of the Union than two hours with Secretary of Hope he takes a close look defense Mcelroy and 14 other. At Yoe extraordinary number of civilian and military officials Agi Tant secretaries of defense these included reorganization and who Are cluttering up the Penta visors whom Mcelroy named re a a Mansfield Sai Ltd gently. There was no announce a. Knowland of California,.the Hetber any decisions had Senate a Republican Leader said been reached. Eisenhower a action confirms ear White House press Secretary Ber statements that the. 5 . _________38 9 pm m Low Friday night 26. Precipitation la if an Inch. Total for january 1.29 inches Normal for january. 1.03 indies total for 1958. I 29 inches education loafing _ Vancouver in a the West,1�601 whether any decisions had is losing the education race with Russia because it is a loafing a says or. Cyril Reid chemistry professor at the University o f British Columbia. A your children learn too soon that one does not need an education to make a comfortable living a he told a Dis Cussion group. Lier statements that the president James c. Hagerty was asked Why is giving his attention to changes Eisenhower had gone to the pen Aruj Tju have Concrete recommend. Wagon instead of having Mcelroy nations to make to Congress come to the White House. A this will tend to expedite mat a the president said he was ters a Knowland commented. League of women voters luncheon and workshop to be held wednesday gathered along the Highway. The sheriff estimated their number at 1,000. Suddenly As if by prearranged signal the indians charged the a probed klansmen. One Indian punched out the Light with a Rifle butt. With blood curdling shrieks the indians started firing into the air and into the ground. Klansmen and scores of curious spectators broke for cover. Shortly afterwards sheriffs deputies and police cleared the area with no serious casualties. There were Only a few superficial wounds. A we Only wanted to scare them a said Simeon Oxendine son of Pembroke a Indian mayor. Oxendine captured a huge White Banner with the letters Kkt splashed across it the Only spoils of the Brief skirmish. The Rev. James William Cole a preacher from Marion s.c., and tonal revision will be the speaker at Quot a luncheon for your Constitution a at noon wednesday at Thompsons restaurant sponsored by the Atchison league of women voters. The commission is a voluntary advisory group appointed by gov. Docking to report their findings on the Kansas Constitution to the 1959 legislature. The Kansas league of women voters is making a two year study of the Kansas Constitution. Following the luncheon the Atchison league will present a workshop for league members. On a panel to discuss aspects of the Constitution will be Robert Henry of mount St. Scholastica faculty. City manager Bill Yerkes and de Hiner of St. Benedictus two Hurt in Auto crash by mrs. Mke Strine two Young men Tom fan any to ded Kate new it. Riley Hospital 25 Robert Young rail tycoon a suide Palm Beach fla., Jan. A it a Railroad tycoon Robert r. Young committed suicide Here today in his Palm Beach Home by shooting himself twice with a 20-gauge double barrelled Shotgun Palm Beach police it. Fred Mead reported. Youngs body was found in a Pool room on the top floor of his fort Riley. Jan. 25 a a the palatial estate Here. He was or leu it a a it la thue form front to seek moratorium on farm legislation Washington Jan. 25 Al Sug. Incomes and buying Power of Gest ions Are being made among Farmers and other our a1 residents some farm groups Here that con continuation of 1957 programs Gross Call a two year moratorium through this year and next on farm legislation. Would provide somewhat higher under action farm pro Arm Price supports than would Grams and Price supports in of Preva f otherwise even if no new 1958 and 1959 orc year Quot to is duo Quot a a pay red a a these suggestions have not yet 1. Been put Forth formally but Are once supports for some farm being discussed behind the scenes products already have been re among farm state congressmen diced by Secretary of agriculture and others opposed to the Sharp a a non trom last years Levels. Evv Qiu a Chi c9ciivcu by Defe-1 revisions in present programs wheat for instance has been give Gates from Oklahoma Missouri urged by president Eisenhower in in i crop Price support of and Kansas were Benedictine a special message on agriculture a.178 a Bushel or 22 cents less last week than ast year s crop. Those making these proposals on an average size crop Rete contend that because of apparent Tion of last years support for irreconcilable difference among wheat would give growers around farm groups in and out of gov 200 million dollars More than the eminent it is futile to try to write new and lower support new farm Laws at this session of new and lower supports have Congress. Been announced for Dairy pro postponement of farm Legisla ducts which Trade groups estimate Tion they Point out would afford May Cut Dairy returns More than Tim to Lay the issues before a billion dollars a year. Lower Farmers at Congreve supports Are expected to be set signal elections next fall. A new up for Corn Oats Rye Barley Congress returning in 1959 would Grain sorghum soybeans dry be in much better shape it is Beans flaxseed and cottonseed argued to say what kind of pro the Only crop Likely to get High Grams Farmers want. Or supports is Cotton and that san economic argument is being because Adverse weather Cut last made also for freezing 1957 farm years production of better grades programs. It is contended that be Extension of 1957 programs cause of the current Sag in Busi through this year and next would Ness conditions now is not the have very Little effect on livestock time to make farm program and livestock products because changes that might easily reduce continued on Page two students Here from 3 states a regional meeting of the National federation of Catholic College students ended last night after two Days of discussion of a variety of topics at St. Benedictus College. Subjects included student Relief abroad business science Art and travel. Revision of the organization Constitution also was discussed. Colleges represented Heights of Tulsa St. Teresa of Kansas City Webster of Webster Groves to font Bonne of St. Louis St. Mary of the Plains Dodge qty St. Mary of Xavier has. Mary mount of Salina and i. St. Scholastica and St. Benedictus of Atchison. New Irwin army Hospital Here will be dedicated feb. 7 As a Climax to a week of meetings of Dreka and Joe Wessel jr., both about 25 a were injured Friday night Enro Ute Home from the Hiawatha basketball game when their car struck the first Bridge North of Muscotah. They Are in the Horton Hospital but neither is in critical condition. Wessel a Farmer Southwest of Effingham suffered Abro Keo right hip the loss of several Teeth facial cuts and a slight concussion. Vanderia a k a state student suffered cuts and bruises and a slight concussion. First to arrive following the mishap was Gus Rice of Muscotah who found Wessel pinned in the car and Candreia wandering aimlessly As a result of the concussion. Rice took both to the hos Titan. The 250-bed. $5,500,000 Hospital was completed three months ahead of schedule. It was named in Honor of Brig. Gen. Bernard j. D. Irwin. Known As the a fighting doctor a he won the nations first congressional medal of Honor in 1861. Irwin later was surgeon at it. Riley. Members of the army nurses corps at the fort will observe the 57th anniversary of the corps feb. 2. The next three Days will be devoted to the annual conference of the fifth u. S. Army nurses. Maj. Gen. S. B. Hays surgeon general of the u. S. Army will make tile principal address at the Hospital dedication. Dressed in Street clothes officers said. Mead reported the right Side of Youngs head was shot away by the blast. Deputy sheriff Bob Day and Gene Ellis Are investigating. The decking does t give up a by Fred Moen Topeka Jan. 25 at a demo body of the 60-year-old Young was cratic gov. George Docking is far self styled grand wizard of the i faculty. I in for str. L. I or. Walter Sandelius North Carolina Kkt says he escaped by reaching the Highway and catching a ride with a Friend. He was driven the 45 Miles Home. Other friends took care of his wife and two Small children mrs Gerald Foley is chairman Leno the luncheon committee. Mem or. Banders a former Rhode hers of the local league on the scholar is professor of political resource committee for the con science at kurd the author of Stit ution Are mrs. Foley mrs. H. A number of books and Publica Iver Jones and mrs. Ralph mar tons in professional journals. Hutchinson Man killed on us.-50 Topeka Jan. 25 it Al Harley Robert Sanders 62, of Hutchinson was killed last night in a one car traffic Accident a mile East of Newton on us a s. 50, the Kansas Highway patrol reported today. Your savings earn More at Tho Exchange National 3% int order now limited Supply of globes 7th annual recipe edition write or phone the circulation found about i the officers said. They reported no suicide note was immediately discovered nor any motive immediately uncovered. Young loomed As a spectacular figure in the Railroad business in 1954 when he became chairman of the Board of the new York Central Railroad after the biggest business fight in a entered the Railroad business in 1937 when he gained control of the Chesapeake and Ohio railway and used his position As j chairman of that lines Board of j directors to goad the Industry. Mailed away anywhere in the u. S. Leavenworth Board supports use tax Leavenworth ran., Jan. 25 a a the Board of county commissioners agreed today to support legislation for adoption of a Highway use tax. Such a measure has been proposed by gov. George Docking. The Board sent the Leavenworth county legislators a letter informing them of the unanimous action. I from giving up the fight Quot for his Revenue program but he practically admitted today the Outlook of winning is on the gloomy Side. Faced with a top heavy Republican legislative majority that opposes his plans and apparent defections of some democrats on what he considers a key Issue Docking today said he was discouraged. The major fight still centers around a possible sales tax increase favored by gof leaders and opposed by Docking. But Docking indicated today he believes the outcome of that Issue May be determined this week on another Bill. He will make a stand on a Bill that has passed the legislature by overwhelming margins a to make 2.8 million dollars out of the general fund to meet a deficiency in Aid to elementary schools. Docking favors eliminating the deficiency but wants the Money to come from the sales tax fund. Otherwise he says the general fund will be in dire straights by april i. Republicans c o n t e n d either fund w ill be Short unless the sales tax is raised. Docking reiterated today to will veto the school Aid Bill unless a conference with Republican leaders monday produced some results. He wants them to take Money out of the. Sales tax fund or Combine the sales tax and general fund. The legislature already has be continued on Page two 19 captains for Quot mothers March Quot Atchison people wishing t o contribute to the March of dimes tomorrow night during the Quot mothers March on polio a should Call 571 and a Volunteer will be sent to pick up the Money. Following Are the 19 a mothers March captains mesdames Oscar Purpura Bill Owens Oscar Hanna Arnold Benitz Delbert Ehret Warren Tharp Gene Lovelace Darwin Brown Herman Feldman. Larry Epperson Irvin Perry Stanley Seever Frank Neavitt. Everett Early Harold Roberts. Harold Nytz Carl pick in an Marjorie Falconer Dean Bop

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