Bryan Daily Eagle in Bryan, Texas
21 Nov 1960

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21 Nov 1960

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Bryan Daily Eagle (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Bryan, Texas Mem \ r the Bryan daily Eagle serving Bryan College station and the Brazos Valley since 1876 vol. 85 a no. 121 of aka no services Bryan College station. Texas. Monday. November 21, 1960 fourteen pages Price i cents weather conditions have prevented us from trying to Check on Echo i and unless the sky clears there a not much use gazing into the Northwest shortly before and after 7 18 . Tonight. A a p. J. Minis manager of the veterans administration office at Waco writes us that any door to door solicitors implying that they represent the a or have a endorsement for a product Are acting without permission or authority. The a neither endorses nor condemns door to door solicitations for veterans he says. _ _ confirmation of postmasters for Bryan and College May be Hung up again for years this time under different party auspices. Robert e. Baskin chief of the Washington Bureau of the Dallas morning news speculates that Ralph Yarborough when he becomes senior senator from Texas will exercise greatly increased Power but May run head on into friction with veep Johnson gov. Price Daniel and others including rep Olin e. Teague Over such matters As patronage. Yarborough never did endorse Johnson a candidacy for the presidential nomination. And he clashed head on with Teague Over a Post korean veterans Bill sponsored by Yarborough and opposed by Teague who blocked action on it in the House. Nomination of postmasters at Bryan and College station would normally be a prerogative of the congressman from the area. Meaning Teague in these cases. But according to Baskin Yarborough May refuse to Honor congressional co Tom. And a the Battle sounds will be heard from Washington to meanwhile Teague is still mulling Over the possibility of running for the Senate seat to be vacated by Johnson. A military men army pvt. Russell w Hallaran 17, son of or. And mrs. Kenneth s. Hallaran 733 n. Rosemary drive Bryan has completed the Auto motive maintenance Helper course at fort Leonard Wood to. Hallaran worked for the j. C. Penney co. Before entering the army last july. He attended Stephen f. Austin High school. Army specialist four Clyde m. Williams whose wife and Mother mrs Doia Williams live at 103 e. Davis. Hearne recently participated with other personnel from the 46th artillery group in operation Pelican in Germany. Williams is a Cook in the groups 91st ordnance company . Army private John y Bullock who of Mother mrs. Rosetta Williams lives at 1305 21st Street Bryan is undergoing Basic infantry training at fort Ord. Calif. Pvt. Bullock attended los Angeles City College before entering the army. The upper room a it is a Good thing to give thanks unto the lord and to sing Praise unto thy name o most High. Psalm 92 1. Prayer o lord. A thou Hast Given so much to us give one thing More a grateful we ask this in the name of Christ who gave thanks at All times and who gave his life for our redemption. Amen. Kennedy and week end guests a president elect John f. Kennedy poses for photographers with his two weekend guests. Sen. Stuart Symington left and sen. George Smath ers of Fla., at Kennedy s Headquarters in Palm Beach. Fla. Sen. Symington is the chairman of a committee that will report to the president elect on a reorganization plan for the defense dept. A wire photo japanese conservative slate wins Tokyo i Japan a pro- i ruling conservatives rolled backs to control of parliament today j but failed to get the All out backing they had asked of the i 1 nations voters. I the conservatives claimed their Victory was a broaden j i do sement of the .-Japan Security pact and other close ties with the West. Their leftist opponents claim instant con Elrad new York a a the nation con Elrad Alert system is being advanced to the missile age today with a signed agreement providing for a nationwide Alert in less than to minutes. Signatories to the agreement Here Are the air Force the Federal communications commission the associated press and United press International. The agreement will integrate the entire facilities of the two major wire services for use As an Alert system in cd leftist Gams proved just the j event of a National emergency. Opposite. The nationwide sunday balloting that returned prime minister Hayato Ikeda a Liberal democrats conservatives to Power followed the same general pattern of elections in Japan since world War ii. It showed a conservative a i Jority battling a slowly but steadily increasing leftist minority. A Middle Road Appeal j made by the democratic socialist party was crushed As i japanese voters repeated their a Kora is the local con Elrad station. Baylor bears to play in Gator bowl Jacksonville Fla. Us a the Baylor bears of the South Sharp swing to the right and j West conference have accepted i left. A Gator bowl bid. The communists made John Piombo Gator bowl be their Best showing in to years a Lection committee chairman inc Raul Castro skips Over soviet Aid by Robert Berrellez vote contest conference set today by Dave Cheavens Austin Jim Republican leaders hoping a recount might swing Texas to the gop presidential column will Confer with atty. Gen. Will Wilson today. The meeting was set for 2 pm. The Republican High command is thinking about a possible contest to bring about a san Antonio we the Fri said today it has sent a report of a preliminary investigation of voting in the nov. 8 election to the Justice department in Washington. Agent Thomas Bishop said Richard Tyler assistant attorney general in charge of civil rights requested the Check on precinct 136 in Southeast san Antonio. Recount of some general election ballots. State gop chairman Thad Hutcheson of Houston and general attorney Simms Davidson of Dallas May make a formal recount request in their revived Hope that it might switch Texas 24 electoral votes to Republican Richard Nixon from Democrat John Kennedy. Hutcheson said saturday at Houston a i done to say a recount Bere in january 1926 and serv Johnson cheered at nato meet or. R. E. Day to be buried on tuesday funeral services for Rev. Robert e. Bob Day of 216 Roberts retired Baptist minister and former pastor of the first Baptist Church in Bryan will be held tuesday at to am in the auditorium of the Church built during his pastorate Here. Officiating for the service will be or. A r. White president of Baylor University and longtime Friend and classmate of or. Day. Assisting will be Rev. De s. Hutcheison of Houston and Rev. J. W. Hollis of Austin. Death came for the Veteran Baptist preacher in the Early hours sunday morning at a Hospital in Houston. He had been ill for some time. He was born oct. La 1883, in Yazoo county miss. He was 77 years old. Or. Day was called As pastor of the first Baptist Church will change the election but it i definitely could Havana Jim cuban armed j forces minister Raul Castro Ference would be held with Wil says president Eisenhower a j son. Hutcheson also said that the dispatch of . Warships to the j party expects to file by Friday Caribbean is criminal and a request for a re canvass of bal a unmasks United states puppets in Central but the younger brother of prime minister Fidel Castro in an angry speech sunday refrained rockets from rattling soviet 1 liltci1 As a threat to the i United states. The omission was in line with a trend noted recently in speeches by other top figures in the Castro regime. The softer tone Lent weight to speculation that Moscow had nudged Castro to take the soviet Union out of the cuban revolutions frontline to preserve other soviet Irons in latin America. Premier Khrushchev himself said recently his rocket offer to defend Cuba de until october 1930 when he resigned to accept the pastorate he said then that a con of the first Baptist Church in big Spring. It was during this ministry that the Bryan Church entered into a building program the result of which was the building now standing at Washington and East 27th, housing the Sanctuary and first educational units. Prior to the pastorate Here or. Day served churches at the Republican chairman Uvalde and Conroe. After Leav lots to those counties where there appear to be a variance in the manner of counting votes. This request Hutcheson said would go before Secretary of i said that at least 100,000 and possibly As Many As 200,000 ballots Are in question. The repulsing Bryan he pastured the first Baptist churches of big Spring port Arthur and Hillsboro. Up lican Leader says that up to 30 i on his retirement he and mrs per cent of the paper ballots i Dav returned to Bryan to make were thrown out in Many pre their Home. Thev were Active Castro said ports countries in Cuba sup revolt in Cincys because of failure to Mark i mar Ibers of the Church which he the m correctly. In other pre ingerly pastured and in. Many Cincys he said none or very Occas it is supped pulpit few ballots were tossed out. He was known to a11 churches a special statute covers con-1 throughout this area and was tests for presidential electors 11 much demand for pulpit sup provide a that it. Shall be tried and determined by the state j throughout his ministry. Was Board of canvassers made up As reco11 ,r the governor Secretary of state and attorney general. Gov. Price Daniel said Sun Hev. R. E. Day mrs. Florence Day of Bryan three daughters mrs. Clifton Groves of Goldendale wash., mrs. Theodore Ash of Abilene and mrs. E. V. Mccallum of Tulsa okla. A daughter in Law mrs Morris Day of Waco one sister mrs. Pearlie Cline of Houston and a brother h. B. Day of Huntsville five grandchildren and to great grandchildren. Burial will be in Bryan City cemetery with the following serving As pallbearers Dan Hudson Tom Sweeney Charles w. Crawford l. B. Locke. Pat Newton and or. R. B Grant or. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the business mens Bible class of the first Baptist Church to be led by a c. Holden e. B Elliott Hardy Newton and or. P. G. Gunter. The Church choir will sing a Sunrise tomorrow and Edward Carson will be soloist for a the holy of _ to latin America but he denied Day hat he knows nothing ceasing their vote from 2.6 said today he had received a hat Cuba had Given any direct i about a suggestion that Legisla military assistance to rebels int lion 13 Bein amp planned which to 2.9 per cent three seats. And americans wounded by Congo mob winning definite acceptance from John bridgets Baylor coach and athletic director to play Here dec. 31. Bridger said the squad voted unanimously to accept the Gator bowl bid although Baylor has been contacted by several other bowls. Leopold Ville the Congo the other Gator bowl berth was offered to the University of Florida nov. 12. Gypsy Queen London j a Britain a gypsies converged today in the Little Hamlet of Hase Bury Pluck Nett for the funeral of Queen Eliza Woods their ruler for 40 years. Nobody knows for sure exactly How old Queen Eliza was. Members of her family say she was in her 90s when she died saturday. W Kath he Bryan College station a wet and Chilly weather prevailed in the area yesterday and today with a noon Reading of 55 today after a morning Low of 52 at the Faa and .26 inches rainfall since Midnight last night. Sunday the temperature ranged from a Low of 54 to a High of 62 at Faa with 1.34 inches rain falling. The fed station recorded a High of 67 yesterday followed by a 51 minimum Reading this morning and 1.64 ram in a 24-hour period ending at 7 30 am today. Rain gauges at the diesel Power Plant on North main registered 2.2 inches yesterday and last night. Rain was falling again during the noon hour. South Central Texas Cloudy with Light rain or drizzle and a few widely scattered thundershowers through tuesday. No important temperature changes. Lowest tonight in 50s. High tuesday 55 to 65 in Interior and 68 to 78 near coast. Ute a crowd of knife wielding Southeastern conference rules congolese sunday fell upon prohibit the gators from accept three american men and a j ing the bid until their season woman whose car accidentally i doses saturday night at Miami killed a negro cyclist. Two of Baylor has a <-2 record and the americans were wounded. Has one game remaining against chief warrant officer Clyde Rice 7-2 saturday at Waco. St. Lawrence of new Bedford i Baylor has Defeated Colorado mass., a member of the military 26-0, leu <-3. Arkansas 28-14. Attaches staff at the . Embassy was stabbed three times As he ran from the car he had been driving Frank Carluci of Wilkes Barre pa., political officer at the embassy stayed at the i scene so the others could get away. He was stabbed in the Back and beaten before he jumped aboard a passing bus. Texas tech. 14-7, Texas a amp a 14-0, Southern California 35-14 and sum 20-7. Baylor lost to i thu 14-6 and Texas 12-7. A Syracuse . It a Sara Cuse University rejected today i All Post season bids for its football team. Bids had been received from the Liberty bowl in Philadelphia and the Gotham bowl in new York. The recent uprisings in Guatemala and Nicaragua. A your Best help to he said a is to preserve the revolution Here which will be a great contribution to the final liberation of All our Brothers of latin would make a special election to name the successor to Lyndon Johnson As senator unnecessary. The Houston chronicle said the election May not be held because of the difficulty of raising Money after the democratic primary and the High Cost of the presidential race. Castro a speech came Only hours after the shooting of a Young u. S. Embassy clerk by j Metal pieces a cuban army Captain during j a scuffle outside a Havana night club. Wayne Henderson 22, of Pasadena. Calif., a communications clerk in the embassy was seriously wounded saturday night. Henderson a condition was described As satisfactory after a 2 i hour operation for the removal of the Bullet which entered his body near the hip. Cuban police said the shooting by capt. Jorge Robreno was accidental. In five bodies Pikeville by. It Metal fragments have been found in the charred bodies of five men found sitting in a car on a lonely Road near this Southeastern Kentucky Community. Police director David Espie said at Frankfort today the Metal fragments had not been positively identified but they could be either Shotgun pellets or Rifle bullets. Outstanding evangelist As Well As pastor. It was on june 4. 1902 that Robert e. Day and miss Florence Stanfill were United in marriage. They lived in the Huntsville Vicinity until 1910 when the then prosperous Young Farmer decided to enter the ministry. Studying first at Rusk College and then on to the southwestern Baptist theological Seminary at it. Worth. His first pastorate was at Union Hall near Huntsville. The family is requesting that in lieu of other remembrances gifts be made to the Robert e. Day memorial cancer research fund in care of the first Baptist Church Bryan Texas. He is survived by his wife a Oit Bob scheffing named manager for Del roil Detroit in a Bob shelling sex major league Catcher and manager of the Chicago cubs for three seasons today was named to manage the Detroit tigers. The 45-year-old former Backstop for the cubs St. Louis cardinals and Cincinnati reds agreed to a reported $35,000 salary. The signing of scheffing ended a Long search by the tigers for a successor to Joe Gordon now manager of the Kansas City athletics. Scheffing is the eighth Detroit manager in to years. Hearne woman Dies in crash Slaton. Tex. It a Ethel Mack 62, negro of route i Hearne died Early today when a car overturned three Miles Northwest of Here. Three other persons were injured. Bottle clubs limited in new rulings Austin it a the state liquor control Board unanimously adopted a series of rules today toughening the regulations on bottle clubs. The originally suggested Section which would have required such clubs to be organized for three years before they could obtain a permit was eliminated. The new regulation included in the definition of a private club a provision that the members must be organized a for the promotion of a common the new regulation requires private clubs to display a state registration permit. Such permits will expire automatically each aug. 31 and must be renewed annually. Mortgage so title co. For Fua a conventional farm Loans to 2-3719�?806 e 26th.�? adv United fund to discuss a what next a a meeting of the Bryan United fund Cabinet and member cameroonian says Ghana aids soviet United nations . Ute an angry representative of Cameroon one of the new african countries today accused Ghana of working with the soviet Union to set up a communist regime in the Congo. The Delegate Charles Okala. Told the 99-nation general Assembly that the communists were using Ghana As a Bridgehead in Africa. He warned that the Congo problem was a a purely african Ghana Salex Quaison Sackey retorted that his country did not take dictation from anyone a either the Western Powers or the soviet Union. Says u. S. Has quit isolation by George Mcarthur Paris a a vice president elect Lyndon b. Johnson Drew cheers today As he told legislators from Atlantic Alliance countries that the United states stands by president Eisenhower a Atlantic policies. Johnson said the u. S. Election in no Way was a a repudiation of president Eisenhower a support for the instruments of Mutual strength in Western the tall Texas senator was loudly applauded Asho strode into the Assembly room of the parliamentary conference of the North Atlantic treaty organization. His vigorous bipartisan speech was frequently interrupted by applause of legislators drawn from All Over Western Europe and Canada. Johnson made a political tour of the Hail shaking hands All around at the conferences opening session. He strode across the Hall to warmly shake hands with French Premier Michel Debre who spoke just before Johnson. Debre disclaimed any attempt on the part of French president Charles de Gaulle to weaken nato. On the contrary Debre said it was de Gaulle a idea to strengthen nato by increasing the French weight in the organization. And Debre added nato is needed As much now As at its formation to years ago and the a cruel menace of the soviet Union is As Strong is Ever. Speaking at the opening of the annual parliamentarians conference of the North Atlantic treaty organization Johnson made a vigorous bipartisan Appeal for a a new Long step toward a Richer meaning for the Texas senator told 200 assembled legislators from natos 15 countries a the voice of isolation is stilled in a a new generation of americans a who came to Early maturity fighting for Freedom on the Fields of Europe and the islands of the Pacific a is coming to Power in the leadership of our land a Johnson said. Quot in their hearts is a determination to make the most vigorous use of americans resources and capacities to assure their children and the children of All nations a life without War a a future of Johnson stressed that he was speaking As a senator and not specifically outlining policies of the administration of president elect John f. Kennedy. However Kennedy read the speech when he and Johnson met last week in Texas. Peruvian w ave drowns two la missing Lima Peru us a tidal wave Agency representatives will be j washed Over Peru a Northern held at 7 30 pm tuesday in the conference room of the Bryan College station chamber of Commerce. The meeting was called by Roland dans by United fund chairman. Dansby explained the purpose of the meeting in his letter to Cabinet members As follows a you Are aware of How serious our present status is. We therefore want to Lay our cards on the table and find out what their the agencies position will be since we did not reach our the of Campaign which has been extended through november is some $20,000 Short of its $60,000 goal. Coastal Plain sunday sweeping As far As a Quarter mile Inland in some spots. Two persons were killed and nine listed As missing. First warnings of the wave came from severe Earth shocks that gave off loud underground noises. The rising Waves could be seen several Miles offshore. Thus alerted residents of coastal towns in Lambay Eque province fled to High ground cutting the casualty toll. Stars last respects to Gable a or. Kay Williams Gable widow of actor Clark Gable is escorted from the Church of the recessional in Hollywood by air Force chaplain Johnson e. West following episcopal funeral services for Gable. Among the mourners left to right Are actors Spencer Tracy and Robert Taylor who were among Gable s co stars. A wire photo Cameron has 3-Inch rain by the associated press widespread Rains ranging up to 3.06 inches soaked Central East and South Texas sunday i and monday. Most of the ram fell slowly adding maximum moisture to the land. The heaviest reported rain was 3.06 inches at Cameron. California definitely for Nixon conventional Cha and title i san Francisco j a with Only 1,200 Absentee votes still to be counted vice president Richard m. Nixon had a Lead of 21.351 today Over president elect John f. Kennedy for californians 32 electoral votes. Nixon was More than 34,000 behind at the end of the regular balloting absentees gave him 151,890 to 96.258 for Kennedy. The totals were Nixon 3,239,-167 Kennedy 3,217.816. Escape unit took off but rocket did t Cape canaveral Fla. Jim an attempt to launch a Man in space capsule on a crucial test failed today. The Redstone Booster ignited and Cut off and and then a rocket escape Tower broke Loose and shot several thousand feet into the air. The Redstone and the one ton unmanned capsule were left on the . The 15 4 foot tall Tower resembling a miniature Oil Derrick and powered by three Small sol id fuel rockets pulled free from the capsule and Rose through a Low hanging Cloud Bank. About 40 seconds later it fell Back onto the Cape about 2,000 feet from the launching . The escape Tower which is designed to pull the capsule free and get it Back to Earth safely in Case of a malfunction in the Booster ignited almost simultaneously with the Redstone this added some confusion to the scene. For fast convenient banking ser Loans at Bryan building advice use the drive a window at loan association. A adv i City National Bank. A adv stocks up new Yorkjr a the Sto Market managed snout strength to bring it to an regularly higher level in fair Active trading Early this aft noon

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