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21 Nov 1960

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21 Nov 1960

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Childress Index (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Childress, Texas Warm and Miloche Childress Index vol. 74, no. 287, Nea up Childress Texas monday november 21, 1960 class b regional will be played in Childress Price 5c doily 10c sunday eight pages the Miami Jayton class b regional football play off will be hold in Childress at 2 30 . Thursday thanksgiving. Decision to play the game Here was made by officials of the two schools who met Here yesterday afternoon. The invitation to play the game in Childress was extended by manager Jeff Henderson of the c of c cd and John a Hamilton superintendent of Sigild rest schools. The game will be played at fair Park stadium. Miami is Champion of District 2 a b and Jayton is Champion of District i it. Jayton will be the a a Home team and will use the North Side and Miami will use the South Side a. Teams Are composed of eight men each and it will to the first time such a game has Ever been played in Childress. A weight Man football is wid it open and fast and lot Al font Hail fans should be interested in seeing such a game a Hamilton said. Rickets will sell for $1.50 each for adults and 50 cents for Stu dents. There will be no reserved seats sold and there will be no Advance Sale. Miami was represented at the meeting by Weldon Snodgrass superintendent Hollis Adams principal and coach Hill Hines and John Turner. Jayton was represented by Charles o. Champion superintendent Hugh Foj Wiott principal Sonny Arthur coach and Gerald Fincher county agent americans knifed in Congo Leopold Ville the con a the enraged throng sunday. 88 awards presented at 4-h achievement banquet go up two americans were reported recovering a Xian from knifing by a mob of screaming natives who tried to Lynch them on the spot where their automobile killed an african boy by list. The two men chief warrant officer Clyde St. Lawrence of new Bedford mass., and Frank Ca rifled of Wilkes Barre pa., members of th1 u. S. Embassy staff. Were stabbed and beaten by both men were taken to Lovan cum University Hospital St. Lawrence with Stab wounds of the Chest and shoulder and car Iucci with a Stab wound in the Back. A doctor who treated them said that if St. Lawrence s wounds Hai been a a bit lower he would probably have been the renewed anti White violence Here and reports of troubles in three other provinces Katanya South Kasai and the Eastern province seriously worried j u. N. Authorities. Few explosive results they feared that if the situation were allowed to go unchecked it might build up to an explosion of the proportion that silent of South Kasai was re Eastern province and hotbed of ported to have met with his european army officers in Brazzaville capital of the adjacent Congo Sci Niblic. Saturday. Kalonji has an army of 750 plus an estimated 5.000 Balubar irregulars. The Zalubas in Northern Katanga have been battling other plunged this country into chaos tribes and the forces of Katanga shortly after it won Independence j president Mote for from Belgium july 1. Weeks. Albert Kalonji self styled pre in Stanleyville capital of die support for deposed Congo Premier Patrice Lumumba the 500 local military police Force was reported a roaring around town showing off its Power. The attack on the americans in Leopold Ville occurred when St. Lawrence and Carlucci were driving with col. Edwin Dannemiller and his wife to and Jill Airport to see . Undersecretary of state Loy Henderson off on a visit to . Car strikes Bay the car driven by St. Law rence accidentally struck a 12 year. Old congolese boy Wheeling his Bike across the Road. He child was killed instantly. Within minutes a crowd formed on what had been an almost deserted Road and one Man started whipping them up to a frenzy. Carlucci shouted to col continued on Page two Federal ruling awaited uneasily a total of 88 awards were Given at the annual 4-h achievement banquet held saturday night. Awards were As follows. Achievement Judy Smith Julia Ann Stamps Grace Holman and Bob Jones present by Herman Smith. Agricultural Larry Murphy. John Frank Inman Keith More and Johnny tin a Mas presented by Jerry Ross. Beautification of Home grounds Joe Don Sledge Andy Scott Michel Shaw and Rita Moran presented by mrs. Fred Bubo. Beef m iry Ann Austin Larry Moure Dalton Skinner Dan Bearden and James Johnson presented by Bill Moore. Canning Junita Kelly Judy Phillips Paula Rogers and Charlotte Stephens. Presented by mrs. Claude Andrews. Clothing Linda Cameron Judy Shaw Charlotte Czewski Susan Cross Shirley gambol presented by mrs. Vernon key. Dairy foods demonstration Judy Briley Clara Cameron and Rita Delaney presented by mrs. . Cross. Dress revue Ruth Ann Hardin Carolyn Henderson Judy Henderson and Cindy Howell presented by mrs Jack Felton. Electric Felton Cameron Freddie Bobo Donnie Skinner and Wayne Shirley presented by , Cross. Field crops Bobby Andrews James Driver Sherman Stephens and Brian Smith presented by Wade Kimbrough. Food preparation Lila Ruth Holman Carol Kincannon Mildred Kisselburg and Mari Lyn Joy Walker Nelda Stepp presented by mrs. Fred Bobo. Frozen foods to Carole Felton and Brenda Bobo presented by mrs. Dale Driver. Garden Garland Kineannon. Billy Cross Richard Briley and Larry to Mullinex prom need by mrs Junior Stephens. Health Sonja Conway Linda Stepp to Rose step and Sandra Weightman presented by mrs. Dale Driver. Hume economies Janice Kincannon Gaynell Parker Teresa Gray and Darlene Kis Elburg presented by mrs. Bill Moore. Home improvement bar Bare Sledge Sylvia Martin Lueretia Henderson and phyla keel presented by mrs. Bit Moore. Leadership James Roy Austin and Paula Nell Shaw presented by mrs. . Cross. Recreation Scherry Snider. Linda key Scherry sides and Darlene Curtis presented by mrs. Auntie Comer it a. Safety Harold Wall up Carol Mahan Truett lid and Sammy Bushon. 1 out Jim Ragsdale. Swine Leland to Rev John Sims John Hardin and t Eroy Hightower presented by Mon tie Cameron. Tractor Robert Holman. Stanley Terry and Frank Nance presented by Monte Cameron. Public speaking Wilson Holman and Donalene Bearden presented by mrs. Archie Howell. Citizenship David Hill and Nikki Murphy presented by mrs. Monte Cameron. Farm Bureau boy John Sims and farm Bureau girl Barbara Sledge presented by Claude Andrews alumni recognition went to Claude Andrews and mrs. Martha Harcrow. Gold Star boy was Bob Jones and Gold Star girl was Paula Shaw. New Orleans up a fed i Oral ruling on new Orleans Sehovi i integration was awaited uneasily today As scattered incidents of j negro White violence kept the City on Edge. Police were seeking a band of six or seven negroes who were roaming a Mississippi riverfront i area of the town and chasing j Whites off the Street. One while Man was bit by a car while running away. White boys driving a Green car were report i d taking shots at negroes in the same area. The Public schools were closed today for teachers meetings. The recess will last through the thanksgiving weekend so there was no Prospect of new Troubl at the two Grade schools to which four negro girls were admitted. The three Man Federal Couri May hand Down a ruling today on actions brought by the state of Louisiana and the new Orleans school Board to halt the integration. However the ruling May be delayed. Judge Richard t. Rives More firms sign for annual treasure Hunt several More Childress firms signed to participate in the treasure Hunt which will be held Here Friday night. The first of two ads on the i treasure Hunt will be carried in j tomorrow a Index. The second will be carried on Friday. Tickets for the Hunt will be Given away stalling at 6 p. I Friday in front of the Index. Santa is scheduled to arrive in child s on the Burlington and wiil be brought to the Index on a Cik o Childress fire truck. I can iras lights and Street Doc it it a,.�r Are going up now and will be Tui Ned on that night to of finally open the Christmas season. Tickets Are available to every resident in the Childress area with the exception of employees of the Index and their families. Latest firms to sign to participate in the Hunt Are Dixie cafe. Sims super service no. 1, 2, and 3, Cramer grocery Apo ser vice station. Dolly cup. Gays cafe Circle n. Cleaners i Way cafe Dairy Mart Henderson lumber company Franks grocery and the Hub. Other merchants to sign previously include fashion Shoppe Boyd furniture Peters Market chief judge of the . Fifth Cir White boy Euit court of appeals who presided Over the three. Man court spent the weekend at his Home in Montgomery Ala. A negro who went berserk sat urday in the French Quarter and stabbed a seven year old before he was shot a obedience to Law and order. A Down by a traffic patrolman was Ochial schools Are scheduled to reported still in serious condition be integrated once Public school integration is satisfactorily underway. U. S. Sen. Russell b. Long speaking to Young democrats at a Kennedy a Victory breakfast a at Charity Hospital Catholic churches throughout the City heard a message sunday from the archbishop of the Dio Cese calling for calmness and urged president elect John t. Kennedy to a hold Back Ondvel rights legislation for a time til he Coull get favourable a Tom in other Fields. A a great majority of Mutton ers want to see the negro a a a continued on Page japanese electorate endorse military ties with America. Tary majority a Xiv Tokyo up. The ,.nrt�?zrs, that electorate swept the ruling Liberal democratic party Back into Power with a bigger parliament con Elrad is updated Washington up the nations con Elrad Alert system will formerly the Village Market Al be updated to the missile age to Liott drug. Powder stiff City Day by an agreement allowing radio and refrigeration Cara for a nationwide Alert in less than Dine service cleaners Ray Green continued on Page three felony charges filed against Oklahoma Man felony charges of swindling by worthless Cheek were filed in county court this morning against Tony Carrion of Oklahoma. Carrion is also wanted in Oklahoma according to county attorney Charles Reynolds. He has not been arrested and his whereabouts Are not known. Cow Elk takes off for places unknown 10 Mii Jaife nhe air Force announced. The agreement to be signed in new York today by the air Force 1 the Federal commission United press International anti the associated press will permit use of the radio wire facilities of the two major wire services for a few minutes As an Alert system in event of a National emergency. Country a military ties with the United states. With All but 2 of the 467 seats in the lower House of parliament decided prime minister Hatayo Ikeda a conservatives had won 295, a gain of 12 seats. The major opposition socialist party won 145, a Gam of 21, mostly at the expense of the splinter democratic socialists who dropped from 40 to 16, the communists increased their seats from 1 to 3 and the other 6 seas were scattered among minority in a vote candidates. Of Prosperity and the Dada gov in the popular vote the Liberal eminent has charted an democrats got about 22 million ballots to 10 million for the socialists. Mandate from people Ikeda said he considered the election held sunday As a mandate from the japanese people to continue dose ties with the free world Basini on the u. S. Japan Security the election also reflected the fact that Japan is Riding a wave Greenbel top project of Region and there is no open Hunting season on Elk in Childress county especially there is no open Hunt i ing season on cow Elk. But there is a cow Elk running Loose somewhere in the county. Maybe not in this county but surely in the area. The Greenbelt municipal Industrial water authority is the number one project on Salt Fork. A of red River according to John Zly a a -�k.na, air course which it said will the nations income within nut next decade. The socialists aimed a a moral Victory on the basis of tar gains and a party spoke Moa called on the Liberal de mocks to a become aware of tile spec to Cular gains of the Neutra hats a among the socialists continued on Page three thanksgiving service is set for wednesday a thanksgiving service Spon Baptist Church will Lead the re sorted by Childress ministerial Al pensive Reading of a Litany of a my thanksgiving and the Reading Ery radio station in the nation can be notified in three to eight minutes after it is determined by the air Force that an enemy attack is Likely or under Way. A single Man in the u. S. Air defense command in Colorado Springs can trigger an Alert to Liance will be held at 7 30 p. M., wednesday in Central Christian Church. Tie order of service will begin with the Call to worship led by Rev. Lennon Hester of first methodist Church followed by the in the cow Elk. Brought to child two wire service news Cen Ress Friday by Jeff Henderson and Frank Ehrle and placed in fair Park zoo has disappeared apparently the cow jumped the High Fence of her pen some tiny sunday morning and left for places unknown. The Bull Elk which has been in the pen for several weeks is still there. A the cow Elk appeared to be Happy in her new Home when i last checked a Henderson said. A i would appreciate being called if anyone sees the Elk a he added. Tors. Thousands of wire service machines will immediately Alert radio broadcast stations throughout the nation to go on con Elrad. The old Alert system using telephonic communications took up to Oik hour. Ector of the Bureau of rec Lama i a a ration of the department of Intel for it was announced today by. H v or s. H. Townsend authority a k. W people come will preened a re. Heslor s Welcome on behalf the Mangum project slated of the Aliance Mavor Paul 0�?z, for consideration in mat River. Wu1 then read proclamation has been postponed until the out j from office come of the Greenbelt is Learned a a Townsend said. A if the Greenbelt does not take the water it will go to tiny Man gum project a he added. The Greenbelt project was set continued on Page three the responsive Reading will be led by Rev. Edgar Graham from first presbyterian Church and will be followed by the Gloria Patri and a Reading from the old testament. Rev. Gordon Highful of Calvary from the new testament. A for the Beauty of the Earth will be the hymnal by it fore the presentation of Tuhn and offerings a the doxology Aad the prayer of dedication to act conducted by Rev. J. C. Arnold of King memorial methodist Church. This part of the service will be followed with an Rev. Tom Norman pastor of the Host Church will deliver the Sermon and Lead the prayer if consecration. Final hymn will be a now thank we All our god. The Benediction will be voiced by Rev. J. E. Perryman of to Church of the Nazarene and the service will dose with the pm Lude. Dpi charges filed against 2 fresh Man Sophomore a Garter girls 32-0. Marilyn Harp pud Joy Schaefer both a cored twice while Marie dime scored on time. Joan King scored a two Point . Frahman Judy wit. Son was the Star for the looters. 0�two men were arrested Here saturday night and charged with driving while intoxicated. Both men were tried in county court this morning arraigned pleaded guilty and were fined $125 and costs three Days in jail and suspension of their Drivers licenses for six months. Juan Zambrano of Memphis was arrested by sgt. Dan dowdy if the Highway patrol and Ernest Marvin Rogers of Wellington was arrested by patrolman Martin Exum. Gold Star winners Bob Jones shows Paula Shaw do Gold car award he received during ceremonies of the 4-h achievement b banquet which was held saturday night. Miss Biow 10 wearing her Gold Star award ipe Don Crump is transferred Here Don Crump of Amarillo has been transferred Here As Assis Tant service Man to Tom Prince who is with the National Cash Register company before going to Amarillo Crump before going to Amarillo Crump was with Whites inc., Here. He has been in Amarillo with Nat ional Cash Register for about a year. Bobcat boosters meet Bobcat boosters club will meet at 7 30 of clock tonight in the Bobcat lounge. A film of the Wellington Childress game will be shown. He s King Rickey Mills Bobcat lineman is shown in the Middle of a Bevy of Good looking gals after he was crowned a a King during halftime ceremonies of the second annual powder puff football game saturday night. The girls All members of the winning Junior Senor a a Bikini team trounced Tho

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