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Hays Daily News, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Hays, Kansas
Today a life sunday morning m you ars in the Church of your Choice today volume full soft Iofi of Fittl sunday december 1060 26 pages including comics ten cents number 82 puts blame for War in Laos on red partners soviet delivery of arms termed an illegal act United states blamed the soviet Union and its partners saturday for the fratricidal War in it condemned As illegal soviet delivery of arms to laotian rebel a note blaming the soviet government and its partners for the civil War in Laos was delivered to soviet Ambas Sador Mikhail Menshikov by Deputy undersecretary of state Raymond Hare at the state the note on the situation in Laos rejected soviet charges that the United states had taken aggressive actions to provide arms to the pro american forces of Gen Thoumi soviet charge held false the United states replied that the soviet charge that Laos army troops had been Given arms recently was completely it said the Laos army had been equipped with m24 tanks and 105millimeter howitzers prior to the outbreak of rebellion 9 and added the United states has not in fact supplied any equipment of this Type to Laos since the United states has never supplied 120milli meter armed or armed or armoured vessels to the United states has not brought any arms or ammunition into Laos since the end of no helicopters have been used to direct artillery no leaders to these specific denials of so Viet charges in a 13 note from Moscow the american note also added that advisers in the country have not led any military the responsibility for the pres ent fratricidal War in about which the soviet government claims to be rests squarely and solely upon the so Viet government and its blast by chief Secretary general Dag Hammar skjold charged the soviet bloc is carrying on a continuing Campaign of misrepresentation against the Congo operation in an Effort to Force his the Secretary general was obviously angered by weeks of so vie bloc he spoke to the turn to Page 3 county shares state Aid for schools county treasurer Richard r Schmidt saturday received a Check for representing Ellis county share of the first half moment from the state Elemen Ary school finance fund a of the Money will be distributed to county elementary schools As Fol own Schoenchen Cath 30 lost Good Hope Cotton Wood Yocem Ento and Vin Renews demand soviets free airmen United states made a new de Mand on Russia today for the re lease of two american airmen held since Early july when their rb47 plane went Down Over the Barents the demand was made in a meeting held by Deputy under Secretary of state Raymond a Hare emphasized our deep con Cern Over the soviet governments continuing detention of the two rb47 Crew Hare also told the russian in the spokesman How important it is to the relations be tween our two countries that these men be promptly the two Are Freeman b Olmstead of and John Mckone of charter to Hays firm Elson farm tools Hays has been authorized capitalization in incorporation proceed Ings completed in the Secretary of states office at u Eleon is resident agent of the recently organised Fairan warmer High saturday 39 Law saturday 5 record High 77 in j939 record Low 2 below in year ago today 43 and 80 mostly fair warmer weather is in Prospect today tonight with the High posh la reaching into the says winds will by Sale and Span for anniversary charges soviets want War in Congo United United states told the general Assembly saturday that the soviet Union wants civil War in the Congo in order to promote its own evil Delegate James wads Worth added that it was endanger ing International peace with j straight policy of Rule or designed either to weaken and Divide or to gain Power in the Congo for those who will do the will of he spoke after bulgarian Dep Uty foreign minister Milko Tara Banov charged that the United states was paying the army of congolese strongman Joseph president Joseph Wadsworth said the United states was changeling All Aid to the Congo through the United the soviet Union seemed to be backing the Stanleyville faction of deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba in opposition to the constitutional the ambassador opposed a pending Resolution sponsored by eight neutralise supporters of la now a prisoner of mob Tus this Resolution urged the imme Diate release of All political prison ers in the the immediate convening of parliament there under Quick Meas ures to keep armed units from mix ing in politics and the withdrawal of All belgian civil As Well As Wadsworth called it a Many sided attempt to intervene in the Domestic affairs of a member he did not mention a rival Reso Lution that the United states was planning to introduce if sure be forehand of enough support to pass Resolution drafted by the United states would have the As Sembly ask Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold to help Kasa Mvubu in establishing conditions under which parliament can meet charges turn to Page 3 tax guide for Farmers county agent Kenneth Albright announced saturday he has received a Supply of 1961 Farmers tax guides from the Treasury internal Revenue the booklets cover income and self employment tax inform Farmers desiring a copy of the guide May obtain one by Call ing at the county Extension serv ices office in the county scores die in plane crash abroad Mew York plane crash toll 136 As boy Dies Barber riled by order no More gum to kids you no More gum o the kids after the order was mailed today by he state Board of Barber exam its a sanitary said Board its professional jealousy that All it retorted Ivan a Denver Jones said he spends As much As 150 a year on gum to give to Oung it helps to make hem sit workmen Are redecorating the Interior of Fidelia Church at Victoria Jim preparation for of the fiftieth Nanni Ersary the building an Ellis father Fabian pastor of the and father his assist have planned several events which will be held to Mark the anniversary during the among these Are an ordination service for three Young news photo emperor Haile Selassie returns in Triumph after abortive revolt Haile Selassie returned in Triumph to his capital of Addis Ababa sat leaders of the abortive pal Ace revolt in Ethiopia were reported to have fled before his some May have committed reports that the rebellion had ended in bloody failure poured out of Addis the City was re ported rapidly returning to nor diplomats in London also heard that four ministers who served the 68yearold conquering lion of Judah were shot As hostages Fri Day As he landed in 400 Miles North of the and began to make his Way Back he had rushed Back from a state visit to Brazil when the revolt broke out the slain officials were said to have been the ministers of de sense and the acting foreign minister and the Deputy minister of the min ister of health was reported miss ing and the ministers of Public works and finance fled the City when the revolt broke As for the sources in London reported that the Mulugeta and his commissioner of police were dead and presumed the rebel Ras Prince former Amassa emperor turn to Page 3 Kennedy Cabinet completed with Day taking postal Job Palm president elect John Ken Nedy completed an Cabinet saturday by selecting los Angeles insurance executive Edward pay for postmaster the Cabinet choices average 47 years of age the lowest of the 80th Kennedy himself is pay is with pay by his Kennedy stood beneath a Coconut Palm on the Sun splotches Patio of the Ken Nedy he told a news con Ference it was a great pleasure to have a Man with a distinguished career in government and business take Over the largest business in the the Post office he has More than employees and a Pillion both Ken Nedy ans stressed a i Naylor to improve Tyve Effie Finisy Obj postal Njeri Jejer would we self at this Point to restoring postal i Kennedy Cabinet in the order of its selection Secretary of education and Abraham Ribicoff of Secretary of Luther Hhodges of North Caro 62 the Secretary of the Stewart u Udall of Secretary of president of the Rockefeller foun Secretary of Robert president of the Ford motor Secretary of Arthur j special counsel for the Secretary of a Evjue Freeman of Secretary of the Douglas undersecretary attorney Robert f four americans tried in Cuba for espionage deadline for payment of taxes next tuesday the deadline for payment of 1960 taxes in the penalty free period will be next Bounty treasurer Richard Schmidt warned the first half of personal taxes May be paid up to 20 without an in Terest penalty and after wednes taxes must be paid in by noon had been paid compared to at this time last that is per cent of the total taxes total 1960 county tax Roll is compared to a 1959 total of the county treasurer further warned that at least on half of the taxes must be paid before a vehicle owner May Purchase License plates for his Central Kansas Power biggest taxpayer in Ellis has submitted its first half tax payment amounting to of this Ellis county will receive Kansas schools and municipalities Are the Princi pal beneficiaries of the Mil tary court saturday completed the espionage trial of four american accused of spying on the Haven offices of red chivas new Chin Ness the Fidel Castro regime demanded 30year prison sentences for a the court said it will announce its verdict monday the jailed since 15 Are Eustace a mechanical Engineer from Altimon Edmund a electrical Engineer from new Yor City Daniel als an electrical from East and Mario dance instructor and nationalize citizen who formerly lived i new York the defendants were formal charged with crimes against the stability of the state and specific ally accused of setting wiretaps i the new China news Agency o files allegedly to learn about Trade treaty and the establishment of diplomatic relations betwee Cuba and red the Fernand told the court the Casti regime was what he called Gener Ous with the defendants in Askin 30year in the unite four turn to Page 9 Hay s churches programs Cor Christmas special Christmas programs and services will be observed at prac Mically All Hays churches beginning at the first presbyterian Church Christmas communion will be observed at the regular worship hour this tonight at the Christmas Story will be presented n music by the choirs of the Church with Dale Dick direct no and miss Nancy Jane Davis at he the program will been handed by numbers played by the fort Hays Kansas state College brass choir directed by Leland on Christmas Day there will be regular worship serv ice this morning at the regular Wor ship hour the first methodist Church will have a special Christ Mas at night there will be a childrens on Christmas eve there will be a candlelight communion service and saturday night the High school group will Carol at the hospitals and for shut on Christmas Day there will be service at 10 Oclock at the Church with the Junior High school new torys worst air disaster took on an added note of Heartbreak saturday As investigators began a sweeping Hunt for the elusive Mal caused two planes to collide in the Only a few fragmentary hints As they new grief of the 128 aboard the two doomed one Stephen had Clung to life for More than 24 but he died of Burns and inhaled clinging to Hope had his distraught and William Baltz of who stayed near praying that the wonders of science and medi Cine As Well As the boys will would save in the hours after the was a slight note of As the Hospital reported he has shown some re Ponse and it is hoped that this Progress will Hes extremely Well con aimed and said be of the attending then in late morning there was feverish activity by doctors and the tension of determined people embraced in a losing Battle communicated itself to at 1 Stephen lost the Battle a weeping Hospital hard y Able to control her said the Little boy closed his eyes and went to the Overall toll of death thus group at Messiah there will be lutheran Church usual services on Christmas on saturday night at children of the Church Wii sing Trinity lutheran sunday schoo will give a Christmas program or Friday night and the regular Sun Day service will be on Christmas children of the first Baptist Hays turn to Page 9 Ralph Muhlheim former Ellis resident Ralph in his late if died saturday morning a the Goodland Hospital where i had been a patient off and on Over a Long originally from Muhl Heim was married to the forme Agnes Wasinger of funeral arrangements had no been made late and Lawrence Camp Bell left Hays late saturday Goodland to be with Muhl Campbell and mrs Muhlheim Are Craft lands on Streetcar in Germany it air Force transport plane full of Christmas bound american students crashed into the heart of Munich Del inf 50 to 60 persons in a great sea of the two engined con Vair lived off the Steeple of a Church and smashed into a Streetcar full of Christmas 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 passersby were sucked into the it was like the end of the a 24yearold Ger Man girl who survived told the Crew of seven afr men and 13 student Passen Gers from the University of Mary ands Junior College at Munich died in the Munich lord mayor Hans Jochen Vogel an How Many Streetcar passengers and passersby died was not known Rose to 136 from the collision that rained fiery destruction on the City All aboard both planes perished along with eight others on the police said still More bodies maj lie in the wreckage and torn build As the rapid fire inquiry these inklings of wha happened were indicated one plane was being watched on the other apparently was one must have been off course both a United air lines dub Jet and a trans world air lines four engine Constellation descending for a Landing when their paths inextricably a top Federal aviation official said that under such circumstance if both planes were under Posi Tive control at the time one a off Phillip chief of the investigating division of the Civi aeronautics also said the Twa plane was being traced at the time on radar Scopes at Laguardia its As for the headed for Idle wild Airport 10 Miles h said i dont believe that the United air lines plane had been identified As such on the the hard pressed cab i Vestiga lion was described As the most extensive Ever undertaken by the new York turn to Page 3 Atlas hits to Hgt Vandenberg air Force an Atlas mis Sile fired from this West coast missile base sped Miles 27 minutes and hit a target eniwetok schedule of Christmas vacations for students school officials saturday announced christinas vacation sched Ules for they Are As Fol lows fort Hays state college5 on 21 until Joseph military 3 on 20 until 8 Hays High 22 after Christmas pageant until girls Catholic High on 22 until 8 Jan Hays Public Grade schools in 22 after Christmas program until hours after the mayor Vogel said 31 bodies had been re covered from the wreckage of the plane and but the total would be motor cars set afire police estimated perhaps 35 per sons died in the Streetcar and an other five passersby or Automo bile Drivers May have been fatally enveloped in the at least 16 persons were known to be in the Hospital with severe several were in critical they included motorists dragged from blazing Auto mobiles drenched with Many others were treated for minor there Are so Many and bodies still lying it is impossible to say How Many were a police official the with the exception of a Wing and the was de police said that soon after the crash flames stretched 100 Yards and shot 150 feet in the one of the first policemen on the spot said he did not believe anyone escaped the rear car of the trocar the Streetcar went up in flames in a i heard first a few horrified screams of the of and then everything was i dont think anybody got out of the rear i saw a few peo ple in wild flight from the first others were crouching and lobbying through the sea of it was the second plane disaster1 affect a great City in two two planes collided Over new York Ity Friday and fell on different bringing death to the plummeting plane scores turn to Page 3 in heiress offers half million to help new Orleans schools new a an attempt to Block dont miss this five part series remember the moving Christmas articles legacy of and journey to Jesus associated press religion writer George Cornell has another inspiring nativity Story coming your Way jts called blessed Art Mary it recounts in detail the warm love Story of Mary and Joseph from thu Day they were espoused through their time of strange Travail to the birth of Pont miss blessed Art Mary t off Tat of in Louis heiress saturday offered to help the newly Inte grated schools of new Orleans stay open in the face of a financial crisis imposed by the Louisiana state i Hope that by making this of Fer i will encourage others who have been silent to fight to keep the schools said Ellen Stein the new Orleans school system is in the same position As a drowning Only direct action can save miss Steinberg is the daughter of Mark millionaire Louis investment broker and philanthropist who died in she said her Joseph wished of new will handle negotiations with the new Orleans school Board if it accepts her the Board has been stripped of its operating funds and its Power to borrow Money by legislature the Board faces million in Sal Aries and miss Steinberg said she would ask the Board to pay her if if it accepts the Money but she said she is prepared to forego repayment if she added that she also is ready to make similar offers to other school systems threatened with closing As the result of miss Steinberg said she was deeply distressed Over Pool image of our country being create abroad by Southern racial prob people should Back their beliefs with direct she said in new Louis Riecke newly elected school Board said the news takes my breath it like a turn to feet 8 girl gets in tight spot Clearing Way for Santa 17 Kathy a Foury Earold want taking any chances on missing Santa she popped out of bed pushed the covering from a Brick heating flue no longer and peered Down the i was looking for Santa she related i think i saw the top of his so i went Down after it took a squad of firemen half an hour to get her the experience left her Turbed but disappointed that Santa seemingly melted into the Kathy was in bedroom when it her was the bed and didst k move the piece plasterboard serving Purdom once aware of what had Montanaro flew Thi opening 15 by 18 inches im4 nine feet the flue had bean off at the first floor a second floor All when firemen arrived fully broke away Kathy head and lifted i through the Gap they Ihrl was smeared with Peke it for Schwaller lumber comply issued a building permit to of fit it fou room Frame Housa at ju4 Prum Avenue in
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