Beatrice Daily Sun in Beatrice, Nebraska
18 Dec 1960

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18 Dec 1960

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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Beatrice, Nebraska Temperatures High and Low yesterday. 40-12 High and Low year ago. 45-2,1 precipitation this month is precipitation this year. 55.58 precis. This Date last year 27.78 Beatrice daily Sun weather partly Cloudy with no important temperature change today High mostly in upor 39s.vol. 59 no. 132 Quot of you Man t see la in the Sun it did no to Beatrice Nebraska so nday december 18. 10oo member pro a i or pet copy 1961 difficult to predict at store Kraft factory holds annual party for employees store Kraft Empl yes and their families yesterday heard words of a conservative optimism As the management looked Forward t o 1961 got a look at some elaborate new equipment just installed and watched two recently retired workers receive special recognition. Employees honoured occasion was the company s annual Christmas party and open House held saturday afternoon. Other features were presentation of service award pin to 73 store rafters who the past year turned another five years with the company appearance of Santa Claus with Candy and toys for the youngsters. For each employee there was a Ham. As the company a Christmas gift. Trio new item of equipment being demonstrated it is not yet in production operations is a flow coating machine for More efficient application of finishing a 707 a pain i m trials. About to feet Long the 1ul a in of Loil . Plane plunges into heart of ancient Munich Christmas mailing package after package of Christmas mail was brought to the Post office Here Friday keeping clerk Ken Frazer Back to Cameral and the other Festal clerks Busy weighing and stamping. Postmaster Leigh coffin advised that patrons mailing packages during the remaining time before Christmas Send them by air mail to insure that they will reach their destination by Christmas. Sun photo flow Coater carries Wood panels by endless belts through various automatic processes such As preheating the Wood flowing on sealer. Enamel or Laquer. And drying. It is possible to run through materials for different kinds of finishing at the same time. A Polaroid camera was set up in the factory to take pictures of everyone and there was a showing of coloured slides of store installations with store Kraft fixtures. A portion of the main factory building was cleared for the program which opened the afternoon. Retirees awards watches were presented to two employees who retired last november. They were William f. Rier. Journeyman saw and knife Sharpener who had been with the company since 1940. And James 0. Bell machine operator specialist who had been at store Kraft since 1949. Another Retiree Matia v Sears was omit of town she had been in the finishing department Ever since she went to work with the company in 1942. Marion Morton. Vice president presented the service award pins. In his annual address to e a Pioves and families. President Merle e. Jones viewed the store Kraft s prospects for 1961 with a conservative while 1961 is a difficult year to predict Jones a d there Are Many indications that More fixtures will be purchased for delivery during the second half of the year than the first. A the pressure will continue and perhaps increase for better de signs and lower prices. Metal and Wood parts will be used together for both functional and design purposes to a greater degree in 1961 a that is the reason we Are enlarging our production maintenance facilities so that we May continued on Page 2, col. 5 plane off course by George w. Cornell f when their paths inextricably United air lines plane had been identified As such on the a top Federal aviation official the hard pressed cab invest new York apr history a crossed. Worst air disaster took on an added note of Heartbreak saturday As i who ceramics Kiln i the Crew of seven . Air shown above is the Ceramic Kiln to be Given to Martin Luther orce men student Passen Home Here As a project of the newcomers club through the col from the University of Marya Lection of Horntown Stamps. Left to Light in the picture Are mrs. Lands Junior College at Munich Ned and Day stressed a deter i Gene Vejraska project chairman mrs. Walter Braun chairman of died in the crash Munich lord new Cabinet averages 47 years of age president elect accents youth to Lead country Palm Beach Fla. Apr president elect John f. Kennedy completed an accent on youth Cabinet saturday by selecting los Angeles insurance executive j. Edward Day for postmaster general. The Cabinet choices average 47 years of age the lowest of the 20th Century. Kennedy himself is 43. Day is 46. Improve efficiency with Day by his Side Kennedy j stood beneath a Coconut Palm on 1 the Sun splotches Patio of the Kennedy Home. He told a news con-1 Ference it was a great pleasure to have a Man with a a distinguished career in government and business take Over a the largest i business in the the Post office department he noted has More than 500.000 employees and a -$3.8 billion budget. Both Ken said that under such Circum gation was described As the most investigators began a sweeping stances a if both planes w Ere in extensive Ever undertaken by Hunt for the elusive error or Mal Der positive control at the time Agency. Two planes one was off Phillip the hints wild function that caused to collide in the air. Only a few fragmentary i emerged. As they d d. New grief struck. Of the 128 aboard the two doomed j planes one passenger. Stephen balt la Wilmette iii., had Clung to life for More than 24 hours. But he died saturday of Burns said and inhaled flames. And fridays j a thanksgiving of hts parents who had stood watch at his 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. Ail aboard both planes perished along with eight others on the ground. Police a d still in Ore bodies May lie in the wreckage and torn build nos. Nation to improve the efficiency of the postal service. Neither would commit himself at this Point to restoring twice a Day postal deliveries. This is the Complete 10-Man it Bro Ugilt a vast corps of sex Goldstein chief of the perts Here Many of them working investigating division of the civil through the night examining radio Kennedy Cabinet in the order of aeronautics Board also said the communications records plane tsp use Section Twa plane was being traced at remnants charred equipment. Secretary of health education the time on radar Scopes at la flight patterns and other Materia gov. Abraham a in a search for the cause. A so far there is no definite the newcomers Don Boyer superintendent of the Martin Luther Home and John Bauer chairman of the Horntown stamp organization. Persons wishing to to make donations to the Kiln May drop Stamps or filled stamp books in containers placed in various businesses in town. The Kiln is on display at the Beatrice National Bank. Sun photo Guardia Field its destination. As for the Jet. Headed for Idle Airport to Miles away a i done to believe that the two Days off Likely saved Kathryn Brott Ribicoff of Connecticut 50. Secretary of Commerce gov. Luther h. Hodges of North Carolina. 62 the oldest. ,. Secretary of the Interior rep. Hee and foremen still Yugo through Stewart l Udal of Arizona he Lead a Goldstein said. At the same time nearly 300 to the ruins in a crowded Brooklyn neighbourhood where the huge Jet plane fell gouging Walls shearing roofs and setting a dozen structures afire. Secretary of state Dean Rusk president of the Rockefeller foundation 51. Secretary of defense. Robert s. Mcnamara president of the Ford motor co., 44, Corn estimate dropped still Best on record associated pres the . Department of agriculture has dropped its estimate of the i960 Nebraska Corn crop by a Bushel and half an acre. But it still would rank As the states Best crop in history. Additional stories on crash on Page 2 two Day off possibly saved a former Beatrice girl from being a stewardess aboard the United air lines plane involved in the disastrous Airliner collision Over new York City Friday. Miss Kathryn Brott daughter of or. And mrs. Clarence Brott Beatrice has at times been t h e stewardess on the dc8 Jet that Goldberg special counsel for the Al Cio 52. Secretary of agriculture. Gov. Plummeted into a populated Sec is guitar the bus boys octet Hon of Brooklyn but had two Day Douglas Roper on the piano Linda off at the time of the crash. Heller and Jeanne Kracke the United air lines plane col. Song and tap dance routine heed in mid air with a trans world air line Constellation and people either passengers of the plane or residents of Brooklyn. Miss Brott has also informed her in a and As the Broad rapid fire inquiry proceeded these inklings of what happened were indicated one plane was being watched on radar. The other apparently 0was not. One must have been off then fed to ground 106 door prize a a Turkey a cartoon coursed both planes a United air lines pcs Jet and a trans world air,.lines four engine Constellation parents that a for which she annual Christmas party at Dempster the annual Christmas party for families of the Dempster employees Orville l. Freeman of Minnesota recreational Assn. Was held at the 42. Secretary of the Treasury. Douglas Dillon undersecretary of state 51. Attorney general Robert f. Kennedy brother of Kennedy 35 the youngest. Postmaster Genera. J. Edward calculated at 340.471.000 bushels Secretary of labor. Arthur j. Or an average of 50�?~a per acre. Selassie is triumphant legendary ruler of Ethiopia is conquering lion London apr emperor Haile Selassie returned in Triumph to the new production figure was Cape a of Addis Ababa saturday. Leaders of the abortive pal bus Little theater saturday night. The program opened with mood music by mrs. Hugo Kollekowski. Other performers were the bus girls triple Trio Don Dale and a month earlier the estimate was 368.628.000 bushels or 52 per acre. At first glance the new figure appeared to rank second Best behind last years bumper crop. But it does to because govern Ace revolt in Ethiopia were reported to have fled before his arrival. Some May have committed suicide. Reports that the rebellion had ended in bloody failure poured out of Addis Ababa. The City was re ment crop observers have revised ported rapidly returning to nor downward their production figure Mal. For last year. The 1959 crop is 330,285,000 bushels now set at Down from Day vice president of Prudential 350,906,000 estimated earlier. Songs by mrs. James Knisely. Then came a drawing for the movies and finally Santa Claus with Candy for All the youngsters. Life insurance co., for Western operations 46. Average at 47.3 tile average age is 47.3 years. The revision resulted from the state farm census made Early began to make his each year by county assessors Ken Logan of the state f ederal diplomats in London also heard that four ministers who served the 68-year-old a conquering lion of Judah were shot As hostages Friday As he landed in Asmara 400 Miles North of the capital and was Back mayor Hans Jochen Vogel announced. How Many Streetcar passengers and passers by died was not known five hours after the disaster. Mayor Vogel said 31 bodies had been recovered from the wreckage of the plane and Streetcar but the total would be higher. Police estimated perhaps 35 persons died in the Streetcar and another five passers by or automobile Drivers May have been fatally enveloped in the flames. At least 16 persons were known to be in the Hospital with severe injuries. Several were in critical condition. They included motorists dragged from blazing automobiles drenched with gasoline. Many others were treated for minor injuries. A there Are so Many arms. Legs and bodies still lying about it is impossible to say How Manv were a police official said. The plane with the exception of a Wing and the Tail was destroyed. Police said that soon after the crash flames stretched too Yards and shot 150 feet in the air. Up in flames one of the first policemen on the spot said he did not believe anyone escaped the rear car of the two car Streetcar. A the Streetcar went up in Kennedy s press Secretary. Pierre division of agricultural statistics in Salinger said he had checked Fig Lincoln said. The farm census lures Back to the William Mckin a provides More accurate inform were descending for a Landin was stewardess landed at Toledo. Ohio on october 29 just minutes before a plane crash t h a claimed 22 lives including members of the California polytechnic College football team. Narcotic control Vientiane freed from pro commies Vientiane Laos a the v victorious pro we. Tern government of Laos started a recovery program saturday for this ruined capital City freed from leftist troops after a three Days Battle. Vientiane s capture Friday broke the Back of the neutralise movement in Laos the new regime which is temporarily located in Savanna Khe t indicated. But the elementary Yule program tuesday the fifth and sixth grades 0 f Cedar school will present a Christmas program tuesday at 8 p m in the Multi purpose room at the school. There will be no admission charge and the Public is in a items tile youngsters will sing a to holy striation was moved into its a shark the Herald Angels in constructed office building last Obj this Century. Previously the Voung t the u n. Budget committee has est was Woodrow Wilson sat 49 9 approved a $75,000 fund for a orc the approved a $75,000 fund worldwide narcotic control Gram. A state visit to Brazil when the revolt broke out wednesday. Slain officials the slain officials were said to have been the ministers of defense and Commerce the acting the revision since last month on foreign minister and the Deputy the 1960 output figure results in minister of information. The min years and the oldest was Mckin part from results of the farm ister health was reported miss lev administration and the new Cabinet will be the youngest of Tion on acreages than Are available than is available earlier. Home. He had rushed Back from flames in a second. I heard first a few loud horrified screams of the occupants and then everything was still. I done to think anybody got out of the rear car. I saw a few people in wild flight from the first car. Others were pr0&Quot, Levis at 61. Census and part from a Survey eng and the ministers of Public Tecumseh building and loan association in new location f resident Eisenhower Cabinet made by the Lincoln division in works and finance fled the City averaged 56.6 years when it took the past month office in 1953. Kennedy a brother Robert will be the youngest Man to serve in when the revolt broke out. Crouching and hobbling through the sea of it was the second plane disaster to affect a great City in two Days. Two planes collided Over new York City Friday and fell on Dif late Survey in which nearly 7,000 Nebraska Farmers provided information indicated that not As for the rebels diplomatic Sec Ion brin8ins death 10 1j7. Tecumseh special the Tecumseh building and loan As shown in the mural Are the late j. B. Douglas or. First Secretary of the Tecumseh building and the a net in the 60-Odd years As much Corn was planted As had Salinger checked the most youth-1 by cd a hot when Ful member previously in made in june this period was George g. Coil Al you. Who was 40 when he became it came upon the mid monday. The building is of Moder loan or. A. P. Fitzsimmons first Secretary of Commerce and labor night Clear a a to come. O come Ini Stic design As is arranged director of the Rea and senator under i Heodore Roosevelt. Sources in London reported that the ringleader. Gen. Mulugeta bub and his commissioner of a Survey was police were dead and presumed suicides. The rebel Premier Ras Prince Umeru. Former ambassador to the soviet Union and to India was reported either arrest a to Little town of Nerv and convenience. Bethlehem a a from heaven above a a away in a Manger Quot government still fears a Long and a the Friendly a Joseph. Tough Jungle fight against the pro communist Patchet lao legion and vow net $148.85 for kettles members of the american legion and vow took in $148.85 Friday for the salvation army while ringing the bolls at the army a Christmas kettles according t o major Isabelle Boyington of t h e salvation army. The $148.85 was $11 dollars More than the amount collected by the veterans organizations last year. Dearest. Joseph mine a a Joy to the a while shepherds watched their flocks by a Angels we have heard on a the first a Rise up. Highlights of the new building Are two murals at the Back of the main office showing two important historic events that took place in Tecumseh. One of the murals represents the starring of the first Rural free delivery of mail in the United states George w. Nos All of these men contributed answering questions Kennedy said he intends to meet with his much time and Effort toward get entire Cabinet in Advance of the Ting electricity to the Many farm inauguration. Probably this will and Urban Homes in Nebraska. Be shortly after year he said. The first of the a real Friend Tokyo apr police report eco or dead Masashi Kobayashi 45. Borrowed $250 from his Best Friend then Clark Mollenhoff. Washington correspondent for the Minneapolis poisoned the Friend and his wife k to Ibsine hides and daughter trying to make it Jojnes Register and Tribune re look like murder suicide. They re covered. Ported from Addis Ababa where he is on a study tour that the City suffered considerable damage the plummeting plane Here struck the Streetcar on Bayer Strasse at the Corner of Martin grief Strasse. St. Paul a Church is about 300 Yards to the Southeast. About 270 Yards South of the Church is Maria Theresie Wiese Meadow. The american students were 16 to 21 years old. Most of them children of . Military personnel stationed in England they had boarded the plane at Munich Riem Airport a Happy laughing kidding lot. They were. Y to Fly to North hold Airport Fng m Street fighting Between the Reba a amp and. There to scatter to their shepherd1and a we which took place at Tecumseh of three Kings of Orient a go Tober i 1892. Tell it on the Mountain a a silent the mural shows the first Rural night a and a to come Al pc Faith mail Carrier delivering mail to Ai narrators for the program Are Mary Murray and Sharon Matthews and the accompanist is Janet Day. Farm while the farm family sur j rounds the buggy awaiting the mail. The other part of the mural shows the opening of Nebraska s parts in the Christmas scenes first Rural electrification admin Are As follows Barbara Edwards cow Harlan Mckissor sheep Alma Prewitt Dove Larry Miller Donkey Kathy Claassen Mary Bobby Moon Joseph Terry Burger. Doug Erickson and Loren Kelle shepherds Joyce Denton Cindy e Verett and Margie Schimenti Angels Dennie o Keefe Robbie Claassen and Gary Winner Wisemen. Shopping Days left Yule program at be Christmas seals j first Baptist Tonitte fight to is ration Power line energized on sept. 29. 1936. Free Oyster supper for we i veterans Wymore a the Wymore american legion Post is giving a free Oyster supper for All wave i veterans of the Wymore and Blue Springs Community tuesday evening. Dec. 20 at 7 of clock in the legion rooms Here. Legionnaires will furnish transportation to any Veteran wishing same. For a ride to and from the Oyster supper we i veterans Els and the Large segment of the army that remained Loyal to the emperor. He said the rebels were said to have killed As Many As 16 High government officials including three Cabinet ministers. No americans no americans were Hurt in the fighting Mollenhoff said. It began i shortly after the rebel government was proclaimed and lasted until about noon. Haile Selassie returned three hours later. The first Baptist Church school holds its Christmas program this evening at 7 o clock. The various need Only to Call 337 Wymore departments of the Church school will present the Christmas Story in word and song. Special speaker will be miss Alice Findlay a native nebraskan son took out his b it to knife and who is a missionary in India. She Cut off her hand police said sat will Tell about Christmas in India urday. The woman died. Air freight most since service Here Pete Couk. Frontier air lines station manager Here yesterday that the air line was handling the largest amount of air freight it has handled since it started service Here. The 2.910 pounds of air freight leaving the station Here was shipper primarily by local manufacturing concerns. Families for Christmas. The transport left at 2.05 in foggy weather. Four minutes later witnesses said the plane hit the Steeple of St. Paul a roman Catholic Church in the heart of the City. It sheered off the Steeple flew on another couple of streets and then. With a Roar dived into Baver Strasse and exploded. A huge area went up in flames As the plane smashed into the Streetcar and gasoline spewed Over nearby cars and buildings. Witnesses said people walking along the Street burst into flames As the gasoline drenched them. More than 50 fire engines German As Well As from the . Reported army in Munich rushed to the scene a mile Square area was sealed off germans said it reminded them of the wartime air raids on the City. A there was fire and damage and screams and bodies everywhere a a 55-year-old Man said. Of up hands to self Manila apr a Man who saw a neighbor woman whipping his this mural in the new Tecumseh building and loan office depicts an historic Tecumseh events the first Rural free mail deliver in the United states on october 1, 1892. The mural is one of two on historic events of the Tecumseh area that have been painted on the Walls of the new building. Photo by l. F. Boyden grocery orders Dempster Mill mfg. Co. This year is giving $15 grocery order to All of its Active employees and to ail retired employees who had been with the company 20 years or More. Kansas City Cash Grain approximate prices paid today on the Kansas City Market for Cash Grain com no 2 or better $1 wheat 52 02 Milo $162

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