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Chanute Tribune (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Chanute, Kansas Forecast still warmth Chanute Tribune single copy Price 7 Chanute Kansas monday november i 1940 14 pages j sections 69th year no. 190 Kennedy puts Eye to reins change cheer for Johnson Palm Beach. Fla. A the big task of shifting government control from the Eisenhower administration to the new democratic regime gets president elect John f. Kennedy s personal attention today. Kennedy arranged to Confer most of Tho Day at his Atlantic Shore Home with Clark Clifford his chief Liaison Man with the outgoing republicans. Paris apr 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 Quot a repudiation of president Eisenhower a support for the instruments of Mutual strength in Western Clifford who served As special the tall Texas senator was counsel to president Harry s. Loudly applauded As he strode into Truman was picked by Kennedy shortly after his nomination last july to make a study of the problems of transition from one administration to another. Clifford had the study Well under Way when Kennedy won the nov. 8 election. Since then Clifford has conferred twice with president chief aide Wilton b. Persons. These conferences and the Ken Nedy Clifford talks today will be climaxed soon by a meeting of the president elect and Eisenhower for a top level discussion of the change Over. Sitting in with Kennedy and Clifford for at least part of the talks will be prof. Richard Neu Stadt of Columbia University. Neustadt is a specialist on the problems of government transition. From his two advisers Kennedy will get a list of some 150 top positions for which he will be choosing appointees Between now and his inauguration Jan. 20, or immediately thereafter. Hundreds of lesser jobs also must be filled. Over the weekend Kennedy divided his time Between recreation and conferences dealing with reorganization of the defense department and discussion of the tense situation in the Caribbean area. His House guests were two democratic senators Stuart Symington of Missouri and George Smathers of Florida. Symington Secretary of the air Force in the Truman administration is head of a Kennedy study committee on Pentagon reorganization. Mentioned frequently As a Kennedy Choice for Secretary of defense. Symington said he had told the president elect he feels he can be of More help to the new administration by staying in the Senate. 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 Hall shaking hands All around at the conference s 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 Quot of the soviet Union is s Strong As Ever. Speaking at the opening of the annual parliamentarians conference of the North Atlantic treaty organization nato Johnson made a vigorous bipartisan Appeal for a 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 is coming to Power in the leadership of our land a Johnson said. 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 Tex As. Space Man missile crucial test Cape canaveral. Fla. Apr an attempt to launch a Man in space capsule on a crucial test the escape Tower which is de Redstone series. The purpose was signed to pull the capsule free and to test the capsule in a space in get it Back to Earth safely in Case Viron ment. If Success had been achieved. Failed today. The Redstone Booster of a malfunction in the Booster ignited and Cut off and then a ignited almost simultaneously with rocket escape lower broke Loose the Redstone. This added some and shot several thousand feet into confusion to the scene. A a. A. I Over an identical route within five Wir d j i j th0 launching was t0 have a pin months. Then if that was Success the Redstone Ann the one ton be first in the project Mercury unmanned capsule were left on the pad. The 15 2-foot tall Tower resembling. A miniature Oil Derrick and powered by three Small solid Fuei rockets pulled free from the Cap sule and Rose through a Low hanging Cloud Bank. About 40 seconds1 later it fell Back onto the Cape about 2.000 feet from the launch ing pad. The Redstone was to boost the Bell shaped capsule 130 Miles into space and drop it in the Atlantic 220 Miles downrange. . Laps keep control but left gains music festival Here tomorrow fill an astronaut was to take the same trip in february or March in the first . Man in space attempt. Today s capsule was aimed to go 130 Miles into space and drop in the Atlantic Ocean 220 Miles downrange. There was to be no attempt to put the capsule into orbit a the eventual goal of the Man in space program. Fifteen minutes after today a launch the National aeronautics and space administration announced a the escape rocket on a project Mercury space Craft ignited prematurely three seconds before Tokyo a Japan a pro-. Ruling conservatives rolled Back to control of parliament today but failed to get the All out backing they had asked of the nation sea scheduled launching today. The voters. Escape Tower landed approximate the conservatives claimed their sly 2.000 feet West of the launch Victory w As a Broad endorsement j of the .-Japan Security pact land other close ties with the West. ,. I their leftist opponents claimed approximately 180 orchestra Stu Jef Tisl ans de jus he dents from six schools of Frei the Southeast Kansas league will take a pan Here tomorrow in the 13th. That Nal onside sunday ballot annual orchestra festival. I Quot Quot kill re us no a prime minister Climax of the event will be a in Kheda s Liberal democrats festival concert tomorrow Nishti it con servants is to Power followed at 7 30 in the school gymnasium same general pattern of elec open to the Public. Guest Condue-1 0&Quot?. A a pm Quot Smice world War Tor will be or. Robert m. Taylor. 1-showed a conservative a chairman of the music department j01 1�?T battling a slowly hut Stead at Kansas state teachers College >7 Quot creasing leftist minority. The escape Tower was supposed to drop off when the Redstone engine burned out 140 seconds after launch. Then the capsule was to flip Over 180 degrees so its base protected by a heat shield would re enter the atmosphere first. The Metal escape Tower was mounted atop the capsule. On the top of the Tower is a solid propel Lant rocket with three nozzles pointed Down and away from the space Craft. In Case of trouble Dur water filter one of the families which visited the new Chanute water Plant during its open House yesterday afternoon look Over one of the three Large water filters where the water is filtered through Sand and Rock before going into the Clear Well. Approximately 250 persons visited the Plant which is part of Chanute a new $850,000 water system during the open House. Tribune photo six children Are to parents fatal witnesses argument Here had Long been planned he was aware that the . Election had elevated its importance and that the speech would be watched especially by europeans As the first indication of the new administration s foreign policy. The speech indicated the Kennedy Johnson administration would be More receptive toward moves to expand natos in burglars raid Erie station Erie a burglars hit the Wilcox service station four Miles South of Here for the second time in less than six weeks saturday night again taking a wide assortment of merchandise. The sheriffs office Here which investigated the burglary said in a fluence beyond the military Field. Trance was made Between to he warned that the . Elee saturday and 7 a in. Sunday by.,Iob a was not a a Cau t0 a a Easler prying open the front door far 1ue. It a a Cal w More enough to slip the lock. The own Spons Jobje be a. Clyde Wilcox discovered thou however he said. A you Here break in when he opened tile to i now Well the magnitude of Preston sunday morning. Ident Eisenhower a service to nat0 and the strength of West Europe. I want you to understand that president Eisenhower will leave Public office with the continuing respect Trust and esteem of All his countrymen without regard to Domestic Pittsburg Kau. Up a Mother of six children was stabbed to death by her husband sunday night during an argument Over a beating Given to a 5-year-old son. County attorney j. John Marshall said. _ tile six children saw the Stab while Johnson appearance Bing. A first degree murder charge will be filed today against Thomas w. Crowe 42. An unemployed Butcher whose family is on the Crawford county Relief Roll mar shall said. Mrs. Leah May Crowe 38 was missing has not yet been compiled. Included in the loot were tires Oil and cigarettes. A similar theft occurred on oct. La with a loss estimated at $200. More of same in forecast to Mytr Ture today i pm. Yesterday. Saturday. Year ago today. Highest this Date 0927 lowest this Date 1934 relative humidity i pm barometer Reading i . Inches falling. Chamber sets weeks events slain at the Home seven Mil Rickie Crone the 5-year-old. Who West of Pittsburg. Had a Cut on the Back of his head Crowe told officers that the and severe bruises on his face. Of Emporia. Registration of the students will get underway at 9 30 tomorrow morning followed by morning and afternoon rehearsals of the group. A student mixer is planned from 4 to 5 30. Schools represented will include Chanute Iola. Pittsburg Coffeyville. Independence and fort Scott. The concert program numbers will consist of a symphony no. 8 in a minor a a la a South american overture a a Ngigi a a Entrance and March of the a three seventeenth Century dutch tunes a a procession of the Sardar a and a plink Plank ing the powered phase of flight a Middle Road Appeal made by this rocket can pull the capsule stabbing was an Accident a that he was a just fun nine Quot with his wife at the time. Hospitalized in Pittsburg was five men found dead in car Pikeville. By. 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 a number of chamber of Commerce activities Are on tap Here this week. Joe Melnyk c of i dental Fiedt but they Cou do ther manager said today. Shotgun pellets or Rifle bullets. The next to the last meeting of the bodies were found sunday the third action course in practical politics offered by the chamber of by an unidentified girl walking Greasy Creek Road about 17 Miles High Low 42 32 40 34 37. 43 30 74 to a v 24.00 Cloudy and . Air attach expelled by reds Moscow apr maj. Irving t. Mcdonald assistant . Air attache. Was ordered today to leave the soviet Union on the charge of conduct unbecoming a military attache. The russians accused Mcdonald of engaging in activities considered Here As espionage. Colour Low tonight Noor 40 High toot Goy in Tho so. I he is the second . Air attache Topeka at i he weather from the soviet Union in was sunny and dry in Kansas to recent months Day Tor Tho 5th straight Day. Minister counsellor Eduard Lite Iasi Rains in in s Quot 0 Freers was called to the foreign curved last wednesday and those 0 Jap has a Ter noon and told that showers generally were confined Mcdonald mus a a soon As to the Southeast. In other sections p0igibiei there has been Little pm cd Pitat in Here it was supposed that the during no Ember and e a i exp Jolon or Jer was in retaliation for the arrest of Igor y. Melenk chief of the russian translation Section of the United nations in new York aug. 27. Melenk is accused of espionage. Commerce will be held at 7 of clock Southeast of Pikeville. The car tomorrow night in the chamber with the Interior scorched but in office. A tape recording a project tomorrow a will be presented. A Board of directors meeting is scheduled for 4 . Wednesday in the chamber office. Committee reports will be heard and future plans made. The civic achievement committee will meet at 4 . Friday in of Thorn the chamber office to reach a decision on holding some Type of Centennial pageant spectacular in Chanute next year As part of the Kansas Centennial Celebration. Melnyk also announced that invitations Are being mailed to All chamber members to attend a pre legislative conference the night of nov. 29 in the Tioga hotel. A dinner will precede the 6 30 conference. Purpose of the conference will possible to determine without be to discuss major issues Likely to be considered by the 1961 Kansas legislature. Chairman of the met with foul play event is Robert Allen. Undersheriff Elmer Kneebone said the children gave this account of the incident Crowe who had been drinking struck Rickie with his hand knocking him groggy. Crowe stuck the boys head in a sink and poured water on him to relive him. Then hit him with a Metal dipper. Mrs. Crowe intervened and was stabbed in the heart with a paring knife during a scuffle. Bruises were found on the woman a body and Crowe admitted that he had beaten her a week ago Kneebone said. Loss heavy in accidents the democratic socialist party was crushed As japanese voters repeated their Sharp swing to the right and left. The communists made their Best showing in to years in creasing their vote from 2.6 to 2.9 per cent and winning three seats. The vote came against a Back ground of mob scenes in parliament violent demonstrations against the .-Japan Security pact and president Eisenhower a cancelled visit to Japan. While party leaders played on foreign policy themes during the Campaign. Regional and Domestic issues and personalities were As always important. With All but one of 467 parliamentary seats decided the unofficial count gave this break Down Liberal democrats 296. Socialists 145. Democratic socialists 16, off the Booster and put 250 feet Between the two in one second. The capsule would then shoot to an Altitude of about 2.600 feet and Parachute to the ground. Two accidents were investigated Ico Mui Isle 3 agrarian Jade by police Here saturday and to Pendents 5 Day. Involving no injuries but with a total estimated damage of nearly $1,000. The first occurred about 9 45 . Saturday at Elm and Highway k-39 involving a 1960 Chevrolet the five independents elected Are considered in the conservative Camp. With % per cent of the popular vote tabulated the Liberal democrats had 22,106.738 or 57.8 per driven by Merrit j. Criss 29 111 debt. Hes to /. 1 a a i274 per cent democratic social driven by Teddie Payne j2-1&Quot Quot lists 3.319.026 or 1.7 per cent com police said criss was Ira Eling Mun sis093.687 for 2.9 per cent besides Rickie. The Crowe Chil West on e Elm. Payne was minor Dren Are Comite is Thomas or i making a left turn across Elm in Toicen an independen a14 Diana to Patricia 9 and an Alley. The cars collided with damage Mtima Ted at $450 to the 0 2 a front end of the criss car and Quot in the outcome gave Freda $250 to the right rear fender door and bus Liberal democrats a solid Cora Orlene. 15 months. Ford Sale Okay Given in Britain London it a the British government today approved Pur Victory. They failed in their announced of boosting their Kas Mvubu foes oppose seating United nations. N. Y. Apr foes of congolese president Joseph Kas Mvubu mounted a last ditch Effort today to keep the u. N. General Assembly from seating him and his delegation. But the Prospect was that the Assembly would vote to seat him anyway late today or some time tuesday. That would give the United states a Victory Over an asian african communist faction favouring Kas Mvubu s bitter rival deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba. One experienced Diplomat said the vote to seat Kas Mvubu might be As much As 60-20 with 18 abstaining. A Day Long debate is expected and a special night session May be held. The first four countries on the speakers list a Yugoslavia Guinea. Mali and Ceylon a have come out against Kas Mvubu. Kas Mvubu who came to new York two weeks ago to press his Case has said that until he is seated he will not state his attitude toward the u. N. Conciliation commission for the Congo. Some diplomats say Kas Mvubu has intimated that once he gets and bumper of the Payne car. Another collision of two cars took place about 7 05 . Today oust strength to 312. That would at 7th and s. Western. Have a Ven them. The two thirds of a. A 1951 Ford pickup truck drive ajar by needed in the 467-Mem Chase by the american Ford Moen by Howard Alger 720 w. 10th, a seat he Wil Welcome the 15 damaged otherwise was found in Tor co., of the outstanding shares started across the intersection u 1 of cf_.t0nr i/1&Quot nation asian african commission a Creek bed. There was very Little of British Ford. After stopping for a Stop sign. He j to carry out its assignment of water around it. Chancellor of the exchequer said he did not see the 1957 Chev. It. Seeking peace among rival poli Little was known about the five John Selwyn Lloyd announced reset driven by Ralph e. Heaton a a o opticians. Others doubt that he will men except that they lived in the this decision in the House of com jr., 329 w. 3rd. Which was apr d 1 do or barn Quot in sub the b s party do k0> isolated Greasy Section of the Mons. I preaching the intersection. Dam a spa a a Ana asked the Guinea and Mah have Saj 1 county. I american Ford already owns 55 age was estimated at $25 to the to Rem More than 300 vat y Thal of Kas Mvubu 1s Seate j a state trooper said he believed per cent of British Ford and Haslanger car and $250 to the Heaton demo Cruls 10 Ine Ruhr Guthey will quit the Harvey Ratliff about 24, and Harmon Robinson about 33�?were married. Two of the men buddy and Louie Hopkins were Brothers. The fifth victim was Denver Yates about 25. Coroner Raymond Call said the dead men a were sitting just As though they d just gotten into the the Coroner said the bodies were so badly burned it was in a offered to pay 145 shillings six car. Pence $20.37� per share for Stock a hacking Accident at 17 n. Now held by British investors. The Highland was reported to police on Fla Sale would More than $36oat 12 40 pm saturday. Mrs. Annj Folia. Viviin million into the British Economy. C. Jackson. R. 3. Said she was missile worker killed in fall backing her 1956 Ford from the in till01 curb and bumped a 1955 Buick driven by mrs. Velma Hall. Erie Al a la Tim r. I with minor damage to the i of in vhf s i in left rear fender of the Hall car. Bureau said this has helped farm cars make rapid Progress with fall harvests. Little change is expected through tuesday. Sundays High temperatures included 61 at Lawrence and 57 at Goodland. Garden City and Dodge Youthful escapees caught in Chase Boonville. To. A three youths who escaped from the Missouri training school in Boonville sunday night wrecked a stolen pickup truck and were captured East of Columbia after a High Speed Chase on interstate 70. Officers said the Driver City. Moat overnight Iowa re cover around the freezing Mark with hoped for Winnie some Points in the Northeast re porting leading in the 20s. To London it apr sir Winston winners Sam me Driver was Peka had the lowest. 23, compared Churchill s doctors Hope to get Johnny Lee Spinelli 17. St. Louls. Him out of his sickbed for the the others Are 13 and 16 years old Celebration of his 86th birthday nov. 30. Britain s world War la Leader has been lying propped up in a Abilene. Kan. A a worker at the Atlas missile base near traffic fatalities Abilene was killed saturday when he Tell 160 feet from a steel girder Topeka autopsies and a rays whether the he was James e. Mills 24. Death log men had been shot or other Wise Tulsa okla., an employee of 48 hours to 9 a rn�?7x. American Bridge division of the u. S. Steel corp. Mills fell inside the a a silo Structure which is being prepared to hold an intercontinental missile. Commission. Some on the commission say that it some of its members drop out none should go to the Congo. But Jaja Wachuku of Nigeria commission chairman told a reporter sunday nothing would keep it from making the trip. He said talk of a Boycott was a Shadow Wachuku dismissed the threat i of Jose Nussbau Iner congolese for the Interior. I mrs. Carl Stone Buffalo r will receive the $3 award a last commissioner week s Winner in the Tribune s that 5.000 soldiers would prevent Kansas traffic Neas up contest. The commission from Landing at mrs. Stone called to report the Leopold Ville Airport fire which the combined a if you Don t get your Tribune phone your Carrier. If he can t be reached Call 700 after 6 . During november�?34. During 1960�?442. Comparable 1959 period�?512. X a includes Friday death not previously counted. To the High of 38 at Goodland. Nixon builds Lead in California count san Francisco apr with Only 1.200 Absentee votes still to be counted vice president Richard m. Nixon had a Lead of 21,351 and their names were withheld. They were returned to the school. The truck was stolen near the Bon machine shop granary garage Rhino the night of nov 12. Owned by net 5u$pended Philip Wing w est of Chanute. I in Kansas City the Blaze secured on a Satur Day night destroying the Combina Kansas City apr fire chief Ilion building and causing Exten of a far m. Grass was suspended Jive damage to the contents. The indefinitely today after he refused Home and a Large quonset hut to acc a it a Transfer of duties. Nearby which houses a machine be move by Reynolds d. Rodg shed were undamaged As neigh ers a two City manager climaxed Bors and the Benedict fire de a Tia or shakeup in the strife apartment fought the Blaze. Ridden fire department. A new contest starts today Tor dodgers ordered grass transits week. Persons in Chanute and erred t0 to training unit at the the four county circulation area of six me salary after Harry rib. City was kept Busy Over the weekend from the garage was a total loss curved in a Poir Rod sats Are asked answering six Calls one a garage but the garage can be repaired Day afternoon the first at 318 it is bps to the it Bune c us1ie�?~\<caiepj fire resulting in heavy loss to the although it was charred by the Stjulien Al 12 05 ., the secondly unusual happenings Tor a Good Leo to help him while he took building and contents Blaze. Included among the lost at 701 n. Highland at 12 31 p no rom serious warmest Quot the of Martinj director. The department was called to equipment were a new Drill press and the third occurring 4 i Miles and Bros to human interest Tea about or Cut of Kansas shop loss fire department kept Busy the Chanute fire department which is attached but separate to put out grass fires. Hirer of school. Highway patrolman johnil623 s. Ashby about 1 45 . Yes air compressor and electric hand West of Chanute on k-39 Highway n 1 of of the infernalionat1 special adjustable bed since last Hancock chased the truck five Ter Day Nyhen fire broke out in a tools and Grinders. The loss is at 1 25 . A a j. A 1? today Over president elect John night sir Winston was Kennedy for California s 32 Clee very much eating Well tora votes. And Reading the newspapers. Grinders tuesday when he stumbled in his Miles into Columbia where four combination garage and shop own covered by insurance. Police cars joined the Pursuit through the City. Hancock said Spinelli tried to turn Oil u. S. 63 onto a gravel Road at High Speed and the truck was wrecked. Bedroom and broke a Small Bone in his Back. Lady Churchill told newsmen another grass fire run was made and 5 p monday through fighters. Teamster s local de by w. E. Mccoy. Mccoy Wasj the fire broke out when the yesterday at 12 45 . To 1820 Friday Andis am. To i been attempting to in the process of moving the shop Barnes spread from a Wood stove s. Highland. Hai urday 0thei, a Mes a it be department Bas been equipment to a new location when which Mccoy had lighted in the the final run was made at 10 10 fhe Winner of the news tip con banking Glass. Quot 1. A this morning to the Mobil bulk pad the be announce the fire occurred. Building firemen said. A a. _ in ,. Mccoy estimated damage to the four of the runs by the fire station to Wash Down some Gaso he to owing monday. I he contest Bee Sasser for insurance. Pm us tools at $500. He said the shop department Over the weekend were line which had been spilled. 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