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Big Spring Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Big Spring, Texas Today s weather Rig Spring Ani Vicinity oar the partly Cloudy and Little warmer today and tonight. Monday party Cloudy turning cooler in the afternoon. High today 55-Ho Low tonight 30-31 High tomorrow 50-55. 33rd year. No. 169 big Spring daily Herald member associated press member audit Bureau of circulations big Spring Texas sunday december 18, 1960 44 Page i Section inside the Herald Page Pico amusements. 7-l> round town. I comics. It school news 4, mid a abby.6-a sports. I. I. Vii editorial 2-d to log. A Oil new. 4-b women nest. Sec. J 5 daily. To sunday 60 killed As plane Falls on Streetcar that last minute Rush yep. The annual Christmas Rush. Particularly the last minute variety is on in big Spring and no one knows this better than workmen in the Post office. Exira helpers have been added to the staff As mailman attempt to keep up Wilh the heavy deluge of mail that is being dropped into hoses during the last few Days. Here men Are sorting oui letter to various routes and districts. Most of the last minute mail is. Of course Christmas cards. But other types of mail have increased As Well and carriers note that current issues of magazines Are much thicker and heavier than usual. With Only a week to go until Christmas the Rush is expected to Slack off toward the end of the week but loads will still be heavier than unusual. Reviewing the big Spring week with Joe Pickle n. Y. Airliner off its course . Students die aboard Munich plane Munich Germany apr a . Air Force transport plane full of Christmas bound american students crashed into the heart of ancient Munich saturday j killing 50 to to 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 i by were sucked into the inferno. A it was like the end of the j a 24 year old German girl j who survived told doctors the Crew of seven . Air Force men and 13 student passengers from the University of Mary j lands Junior College at Munich died in the crash. Munich lord mayor Hans Jochen Vogel announced. Total unknown 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. Hut the total would be higher. Police estimated perhaps 35 persons died in the Streetcar and another five passers by or automobile Driver May have been fatally enveloped in the flames cheer fund s final week the cheer fund went Over the shoo Mark saturday thanks to some very generous friends. The total is about half what it needs to he. If the City firemen s program of providing Good toys and Christmas food to All needy children is a Success. Native of to be y Russia speaker and this is the final week. You Are urged again to have a part in this modest real Christmas program to help see to it that no child is overlooked at the Holiday. Just make your Check to Christmas cheer fund and mail to the Herald or hand to any fireman. Thanks to these warm hearted people Blanche letter. Or. H d Stanley. Or Shin fillip. Child St Idy club. By Spring Aam club or and or r l toilet previously a know lodged total today Nicholas t. Goncharoff. A native of Russia and world service Sec-1 rotary for International education i has been named speaker for the i annual Myca dinner slated for 7 30 . On Jan. 17 in the Goliad i Junior High school gym. Goncharoff is spearheading the International committee of i my can nationwide program of i study and action concerning global j tensions spread of communism i revolutionary struggles and mount j j my threats to free institutions. A former soviet citizen. Gon a Charoff was Horn in Kiev rus-1 Sia. In 1921, educated in Commu-1 nist schools he was a member of the russian orthodox Church and j served As an altar boy when his father turned from a career As a Lino i Diplomat to the Priesthood follow a ing the october revolution drafted into the russian army i he was captured by the germans interned and finally liberated by i american forces to of 5 of 5 of 100 00 472 oooo Nicholas Goscha Rolf it was the buildup week toward Tho Holiday of holidays the Climax of course is ahead Homes being decorated and some entered in the lighting contest the cheer fund acknowledged g its. And the salvation army Kettle were open with More than 3tw families needing to he remembered people were going to parties. Shopping was brisker the mail volume was heavier than Ever. It was the week before there Are some Young men at pc ebb who will he far from Home on the Holiday of you d like to have one or a group in your Home for Christmas Call the chaplain s office at the Rase by wednesday. This could brighten your Day. It Simi in Imp during the w voted to c a it i a York it apr the Culli of two Airliner Over new City the worst air disaster ii Story apparently resulted one of the planes going off experts said saturday is t bet her the mistake grew out human error or mechanical function was the mystery initiators were trying to solve hey pawed through the wrecked the planes scattered on it Fuyii streets Ani a Staten e. Was not. One must have been off i p course. J it both plane a United air lines j pcs Jet and a trans world airlines four engine Constellation i were descending for a Landing 1 when their paths inextricably a crossed a too Federal aviation official be u in Brooklyn victorious pro Western govern in cot of Laos Quot tarted a recovery program saturday for this ruined capita City freed from leftist at least is persons were known 1 troops after a three Day Battle. To he in the Hospital with severe i injuries. Several were in critical condition they included motor the cab forbade j a dragged from blazing Auto in 1952. He re a revived his doctorate degree from j Myca he University of Munich in Phil i k a by to Jaffa a. and history. His first Contact with the Myca duct a series three Day Semi. Was in a German refugee Camp Nars on Quot youth in the revolution. Invited to work with the Assoria Ary age for local associations j to on. He did so and became Prest j he became a citizen of the United Dent of the 19 russian y groups states in 1957 in West Germany by 19w. In 195� a spent five. Month. He moved to the United states i studying at first hand the needs of 1952 and a year later became con youth in Many foreign countries. Vientiane Laos map a the fleeced with the National Council j including Europe and the far East. It was this study that led to his appointment with world service. Pro Western Laos regime is victorious hearing n strut Aid that under such Circum inane a Quot if both planes were in v a vow Acme in Ary r int As did. La. I for or lard t passe net in. Re the grief struck in two doomed Ger Stephen 111., had Clung n 24 hours. Removal of any of the twisted wreckage a move that caused rut iou w to i Tvr of Mimi and or it a in Pine Quot even some Defiance the quarrel entered on whether there might still he survivors tripped beneath Walls that might Der positive control at the time collapse at any moment and that one a off course. Piano wreckage must he removed Phillip Goldstein chief of the to expedite digging through the investigating division of tile civil ruins. Aeronautics Board also said the inv v plane w As being traced if the time on radar scope at la guard Field its Dent unit Ion. Not on Stoff Vientiane a capture Friday broke the Hack of the neutralise movement in i ans. The new regime which is temporarily located in Savannah it indicated rut the mobiles drenched with gasoline. Mov other Wert treated for i and a thru a t cum Hugle fight against the pro there Are so Many Arni Lee Communia a pal hot and Home Stul lying Hanoi. It is i impossible to say How Manv were 1 a Patchet i Jio broadcast Stour a police official said Day night admitted defeat in the tile plane with the exception i Vientiane Battle hut labelled it Sim of a Wing and the Tail was de ply a decision to withdraw a stroked police said that soon aft j communique called for recapture or the crash flames stretched too of the City. The broadcast was Yards and shot 150 feet in the j picked up by piping radio and 4 people die in Dallas crash air. It decisions came the school Hoard Ted to close the last three Ades at ii review High school d Send the get students perhaps to Rig Spring High next year. For Economy an. A Day. Of Burns and Friday s parents who Hospital this is a sound St and for Good Educ the City is in the process of adopting a completely new zoning ordinance a far reaching document on land use and occupancy but he died sate and inhaled flames thanksgiving of i had stood watch at his bedside turned to tears the Over All toll of death thus Rose to 1% from the collision that mined fiery destruction on the City. All aboard both planes perished. Along with eight others on the ground More bodies police said still More bodies May lie in the wreckage and torn buildings he Jet headed for Idle Ort to Miles away a Don t believe that the r lines plane had been As such on the scope Quot re pressed cab invests described As the most Ever undertaken by the Stanton studies housing project i emotion so far Mere is no Broad rapid fire inquiry Goldstein said proceeded these inklings of what at the same time nearly 300 to happened were indicated 1 Hee and firemen still dug through one plane was being watched j the ruins in a crowded Brooklyn see the week. P. A. Col. 4 on radar. The other apparently neighbourhood where the huge Jet As for wild Ain said Quot i United a identified the or Gat Ion w i extensive Agency. It brought a vast corps of sex Peris Here Many of them working i the program through the night examining radio j mayor Stanley communications record remnants charred equipment i with the program will meet with flight patterns and other material the Wincil t0 discuss Urban re in a search for the cause. New a i there is no definite Stanton a City Counci hers will focus their a monday on Fyk Public k Nove escaped on of the first pol icon ten on the spot said he did not believe anyone escaped the rear car of the two car Streetcar. Quot the Streetcar went up in 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 the rear car. I heard in Tokyo the Airport Here is reported open to traffic again it had been the leftists last stronghold before they lost Vientiane the retreating pro communists carried away Dalla. Map a two women and two Small boy died in a two car Accident saturday night in Southwest Dallas. Three men were injured. The women were tentatively identified from pap�?T1�?T� As mrs. Cart berm Murphy. 70 of Irving dents Are two ahead of the total and her daughter in Law. Mrs. J tabulated for the first la months Elizabeth Murphy 31. Of Chey a of to authorities have checked accidents equal record High Mark i v 5 i St is accidents it Lamesa tied the All time High Maic of 30 Here during november and caused an estimated i a damage in each of the mishaps the total property damage for the month was $8 959 the collisions resulted in Only two injures and boosted the year s total to 33 so tar this year Arri Enne Wye pictures in the younger woman s purse indicated the dead boys Ware her sons. Henry. 4 or 5. And David. 8 the older boy. Died in surgery at Parkland Llos trom the Field Rowh of their so Pital. The other died in the Urban renewal Andisi a Tow people in wild flight f loosing hoping to untangle from the first car others were 1 non bed North some of the completed angles in crouching and hobbling through intervention said Friday Viet Viet supped artillery which will give Patchet i to guerrilla campaigns a boost a government minister at Savannah it. Accusing the soviet Viet Nam the sea of flames Wheeler Aid the pm thai advisors to the Cliv concerned a Fec a a amp m a Ltd a two planes collided Over new which fits into the Public hearing w master plan a i he held Jan business report on Community big Spring May be dry but City s future in t saturday the Public housing administration Washington granted a $6 too loan to Stanton to finance planning of a project of 30 new j Low rent Homes this Money and a $35 too Loon made previously Are being used for preliminary studies under the renewal program the main objective at the present is to get paved streets we included in the Urban renew Gram mayor Wheeler said Nam instructors came in with the soviet weapon Airlift last monday and that two instructor had i been captured. York City Friday and fell on Dif-1 it North Viet Nam renewed an Ferent sections bringing death to j old plea saturday calling for an 137 International control commission the american students were 16 to end civil disunity in Jim its mos crash police said the women and boy were in a car which collided with one carrying three men. Police identified the incurred men As Lloyd Shidi it on Stewart 29. William h. Vaugh Rind Billy j. Matthews All of Dallas out 253 at the same time last year however. One fatality was logged of City records and there have he a none in the City limits this year. In november of 1959. 21 Accident. Were reported and property damages amounted to $4,805 f to in. Proton ova pfc eni Liam i sprint it hat i round. Iii Ltd a a a a it arid in tatar Prosper. Or Govon la an Argiri. I Spring v singular urn i rata tit a nun will in the Forth injun Usa of the 11 x is Hiim Vav Hix him. Hrth homa a i it ii tin in Wirra or la i in Rity Alt to the Hathor i rat it Rit n Kila Rry Arr a Lariat with the Kama. Her la the ram plat Wardri. By Robert la. Ryan research associate Bureau of business research i nit entity Al Texas out of Tho Depths of an ancient to 21 years old most of them Chil Dren of us military personnel stationed in England 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 h Are along the Street burst into flames i p1 As the gasoline drenched them. Germans said it reminded them Many angles Are included in the of the wartime air raids on the Urban renewal and Public housing j City programs making the program a complicated one. The mayor said. Monday night meeting is intended to Clear the picture for rest-1 dents those in favor of the program and those opposed mayor i Wheeler said. Cow radio broadcast the plea a Gen Thoumi Nosavan rightist commander who drove out the pro communists left Vientiane for the provisional capital at Savannah it after starting recovery plans Here. Vientiane s devastation Means Savannah it must serve for Tome time As the capital of Premier Prince Boun Oum s six Day old government. Thoumi is Deputy Premier and defense minister. For your convenience of you done to want to he bothered with weekly payments to your Herald Carrier All through 1961. Send your Check this month for a full years Suk a caption. There s a worthwhile discount during december Only the Price delivered to your door in big Spring is $16.95. You la have to take advantage of the offer before Jan i. A hopping Days left be Christmas seals fight to air Pioneer hits Progress apathy Kitty Hawk n c a americas first military aviator through the Flat bedded strata of Ping Point. Inf it was not Long be the Plains flowed Forth in a big fore the railroads came to Rig Spring j Spring. In 1880, Texas amp Pacific Oasis on the Plains railway Crew moved up Sulphur for centimes the Spring was a draw with their main line track watering place for herds of but j from Dallas and fort Worth. The Falo Spry Antelope and. In the worker found clustered along the later years Wiki Mustangs. Coy Bottom of the draw a few tents speaking at ceremonies Here conv otes skulked in the Brush around hide huts of Buffalo Hunters a wag Mem rating the 57th anniversary the margins of the water flowing on Yard a hotel and eight saloons of the Wright Brothers flight said through Sulphur draw. Indians j with ample water available the saturday that America s Airpower too. Knew of the big watering j Village soon became a major Sta hav beef Back by apathy. Place and sought it out for Hunt j fion on the Railroad maintenance maj. Gen Benjamin d Foulois. Ing at tunes. Comanche and Shaw shops and Section offices were be speaker flew a Wright plane Nee warriors battled for Possession. Built there. Even today the Texas if1 191� at the us army air sea a new world Rose the area of the water Supply and Hunting St Pacific remains one of the major Field at fort Sam Houston Texas wont accept failure Young men to make final push for United fund that is now West Texas was one grounds deeply submerged beneath the a when the Vanguard of Anglo ters. As it emerged layer after american settlement reached West liver of sediment buried the a Texas the big Spring was a Wel Rine Silt in time the land stood coms Oasis on the semiarid Plains High and exceptionally dry. Its scouts first marked the place in gently rolling surface tilted to the 1849 As a campsite on the Over Southeast arid that is the Way its land Trail to California other Par Rivers would have run. But with j ties travelling up the famous san scant rainfall and Sandy Perm tafe Trail from Elpaso East to Able surfaces most of the water fort Smith soon began camping never drained into a River. Instead there. It either evaporated or percolated in fact. A the town of big Spring Down into the porous rocks that grew up mainly As a trans it Orta underlie the High Plains. At one Tion Crossroads. Early ranches Point along the Edge of the High gathered their herds there in the Plain lies a Rocky shallow Gorge. 1870�?Ts to begin the Long hive to her Ute water seeping Down j Abilene Kansas their rail ship mud series in big Spring with the coming of Highway and air travel the town became even More important As a transportation key Point. Business lost but big Spring has suffered too from improvement in transport a Tion. The distances from big Spring to other cities were once forbidding by Long a 300 Miles to fort Worth and even farther to fun paso about Loo mile to Lubbock or san Angelo and some 40 Miles even to the neighbouring communities of Midland Colorado City and la be Factor p. A. Col is Castro unleashes Wrath on Church Havana a it a prime minister Castro again unleashed his Wrath on the roman Catholic Church saturday with an accusation that Quot some priests Quot in Cuba encourage the murder of government officials. He also promised to purge Cuba s judicial system criticizing it for failing to adapt to the revolution. He thundered that he will throw out bad judges. Tins might be called Quot operation or. Quot we refuse to take this lying anyway theres a couple of dozen of the City s younger bum Ness and processional men who will stage a Friendly Blitz monday a in an All out Effort to bring the United fund Campaign this year up to it goal this organization which finances the work of 12 welfare and youth guidance agencies All but closed its books a Short time ago still Short by about 4 per cent of its $98,210 goal. It looked As though the up and the agencies would have to take a cutback but this was not reckoning with the Young men who have been concerned that this would he the first year the United f und a failed. They talked among them selves. They decided to do smite. Thing about it monday they la take time off from their own jobs. Spend the Day in making important Calls. They la try to see those who did not participate in the fund and others who night be willing to nuke an adjustment if gift had been Cut this year. It s a specialized solicitation directed to areas where it is Felt big springers will respond. Quot we think big Springs Honor is at said one of the workers. Quot we dont believe the people of this Community want to accept anything less then too per cent Success. We re willing to devote a full Day of intensive contacts to prove our Point. We re going to put this Over Quot the volunteers pc til meet at the chamber of Commerce offices monday morning at 7 30, with Randall Polk i f president and Floyd Parsons director of the 196# Campaign they la get organi sized and then go calling. They re going with Confidence. The workers Are in tour teams. As follows r h Weaver Captain and Bobo Hardy. Winston wrinkle Jack Davis e h boil ii Boun jr., Horace Garrett. Dan Krausse. Captain and Carl Rhodes. Charles Lusk and Bob Travis. John Taylor Captain and James Tidwell. Ike Robb. Arnold Marshall Bruce Dunn and Jim Watts. Red Womack Captain and Darvle Hubertz George , Ralph Mclaughlin Jerry Manchu Bob Rogers ii

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