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Hays Daily News, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Hays, Kansas
Hai calf prof Kansas briefs president of the Alten county state Bank for More than Milf it Century and civic died today at the Allen county Hospital after an illness of three me was a1 served two tetons As a member of the Kansas state banking was a director of the Kansas Bankers surety and had been City treas consecutively since user of Rola a tenure of Public office unmatched by any other Bowlus donated the site of the Allen county 1 Cottom Vood 17 of six Rural High school districts in Chase county rejected by a vote of 600 to 2do Friday a proposal to consolidate into one countywide the election followed almost a year of study by a Volunteer com Mittee which came up with the saying it would effect the vote by with vote first Clements 4327 no Saf Fordville 9045 Strong City Cedar Point 8064 Elmdale 10181 Matfield Green at least four of the districts had to approve the plan to make it Charles superintend is of Tate two Mitef was at psf Tosada to of fit 10 years before James Robert athlete at marys High school died m surgery at a Buff Hospital saturday while Doe tors were attempting to set a Bra Ken Bone in his death apparently was due to Young Gilmore broke his Arm in a fall at school me was not participating in an Iotla event at the reflector chronicle has coined a new slogan recognizing the area As the Center of missile base con one of the newspapers front Page ears describes Abilene heart of the missile As emperor continued from Page 1 Dor to the soviet Union and to was reported either arrested or Clark Washington correspondent for the Minneapolis Star and Tribune and the Des Molnes Register and re ported from Addis where he is on a study that the City suffered considerable damage in Street fighting Between the Reb Els and the Large segment of the army that remained Loyal to the he said the rebels were said to have killed As Many As 16 High government including three Cabinet ent of schools at 101 no americans were Hurt in the died Friday in an Emporia Mollenhoff it began Christmas Bonus from Schlegel with the Purchase of any pair of childrens Cowboy boots your Choice of these bonuses y Derringer Cap or y Choice of 6 or y 50 discount on any boys Western i boots infants to 8 to 3 is to 5i to to g y v y y 5 i Schlegel sporting goods 118 West Lith y phone a 42117 i of cow tvs no get Epimeni was prot Miniea anti Gastea until Stout Haiie Selassie turfed to Tifei hours Ift tuft limit Wei said to have Mem is in Empert and put sued the rebels with ing and artillery a delayed dispatch from a def a in Addis described fridays fight ing As me said some of the heaviest fighting took place near the the Mollenhoff and Smith news dispatches were the first t6 emerge from Addis Ababa since commercial communications Nels were shut Down after Days Lars a swedish respondent in reported the coup began wednesday night when leading eau Lens m the Tal were summoned to the Palace on the pretext the Empress was critically when about 100 officials had he they were surrounded by soldiers of the emperors bodyguard and by some of the Young intellectuals who were mentioned As supporters of the rebel government in its later Addis Ababa radio announced that the Royal family is this would include Crown Prince Safra who had been named by the rebels As the new Sovereign of Haile How exonerated his son and said the rebels Only made Aga was san their the an ambitious plot Ter in his fight to gain Power Early in the Century and survivor of Many an attempted coup since called the rebels ambitious men whose speeches seem Irra the politics of the rebels remained somewhat of a Down 1680 As Kansas greatest farm crop production of major crops this year totalled 594 million bushels compared to 646 million in the biggest production year pre the years final crop report is sued Friday by state and Federal departments of agriculture showed the following features a record sorghum Grain crop of this compares to previous last until 1967 Kansas Grain sorghum production had never exceeded a record soybean crop of the old Mark was bushels in Kennedy continued from Page 1 brother of 35 the Kansas enjoys a record year in production of major crops the third largest wheat drop of this came within bushels of tying the 2nd largest and compares to the record bushels produced on a much larger acre age in this years yield of 28 bushels per acre equalled the the fourth largest Barley crop of the largest Corn crop in 16 the yield of 46 bushels per was a rec breaking the old Mark by three bushels per the final figures were up sharply Over earlier much As 17 million bushels higher for sorghum and 9 million bushels higher for vice president of Prudential life insurance for Western the average age is Kennedy press Pierre said he had checked Fig ures Back to the William Mckin Ley administration and the new Cabinet will be the youngest of this previously the Young est was Woodrow Wilsons at years and the oldest was Mckin Leys at president Eisenhower Cabinet averaged years when it took office in Kennedy will be the youngest Man to serve in the Cabinet in the 60odd years Salinger the most youth Ful Cabinet member previously in this period was George Cortel who was 40 when he became Secretary of Commerce and labor under Theodore answering Kennedy said he intends to meet with his Cabinet in Advance of the postmaster general Edward probably this will priests and judges blasted in new outburst by Castro minister Fidel Castro again unleashed his Wrath on the roman Catholic Church saturday with an accusation that some priests in Cuba encourage the murder of government he also promised to purge Cubas judicial criticizing it for failing to adapt to the he thundered that he will throw out bad l the bearded prime minister poured out his fury in a Shour Ora Tion at a labor rally held after mid he ordered a big military Parade held Manuel Cardinal infirm and Semi retired at was called a the aged Cardinal Heads the Church Hierarchy in which privately had vowed not to Bend before the Castro said the Cardinal went to the presidential Palace during the old regime of Fulgencio Batista to Exchange the kiss of Judas with the bloody he said some priests have reached really daring extremes in their counterrevolutionary activities encouraging encouraging encouraging even assassination of officials of the revolutionary encouraging the criminal hands of Bloodthirsty Castro indicated he would like to avoid conflicts with the saying we Hope they will recon Sider that they become aware they Are making a he ridiculed a recent open letter from the Catholic Bishops of the most outspoken critics of communist influence in the the letter protested the spread of communist ideology and detailed a Long list of including the detention of Castro said the letter was de signed to depict his government As a persecutor in the eyes of the allow me to remind you Arch Bishops that one commandment of god is not to he be shortly after the first of the he continued from Page 1 general Assembly after Wadsworth made his Hammarskjold broke into the As Sembly debate on the situation in the on the Agenda by the soviet say the real Issue might better have been called the situation in the United we Are facing a great threat to this he a consistent Effort has been made in order to create conditions for a drastic change in the administrative Structure of this organization and for that reason to corrode whatever Confidence May remain in the Hammarskjold in a reference to soviet Premier Khrushchev said a certain party asked him to resign months ago in a chivalrous Hammarskjold said he had done As much As he could within the limitations set by the charter and resolutions of the Assembly and Security he said a strengthening of his mandate to keep peace in the con go is highly As the authority of the United nations has been challenged in Many the Secretary general said the United nations should use its in fluence in the Congo to get Parlia ment reconvened the army reduced to its constitutional and a legitimate civilian govern ment Hammarskjold also said secessionist tendencies must be he told critics he had worked to have belgian technicians quit the Congo but Steps must be suggested As to How the Gap thus created could be filled by the United nations the Assembly adjourned at it will continue the Congo debate monday it will meet sunday afternoon to con Sider other East and said people walking along he Street burst into As the drenched More than 60 fire Ger Man As Well As from the army it rushed to the a area was sealed germans said it reminded them f the wartime air raids on the was and screams and bodies every a Man Job Hays youth on Council of dormitory 17 Joe Schueler son of and mrs Joe Schueler of 508 16th Hays has been appointed activities director of the recently 600 Mart residence Hal at Kansas state University in Man according to state hous ing the activities director is a Mem or of the residence Hall student governing each floor of the six million Structure has been designated As an individual House and each has its own student called a House Council the activities director works with the activities chairmen of the various individually and As a to coordinate the overal activities of the residence Joe was instrumental in promoting the election by state coeds of one of the sixth floor residents As their Favori a graduate of Josephs Mili tary Joe is a Junior Al state and is majoring in a scores continued from Page 1 struck the Streetcar on Bayer Strasse at the Corner of Martin grief Pauls Church is about 300 Yards to the bound for Christmas visits the american students were 16 to 21 years most of them Chil Dren of military personnel stationed in they had boarded the plane a Munich Riem Airport a Happy kidding they Werp to Fly to North hold there to scatter to their fam Ilies for the transport left at in foggy four minute witnesses said the plane i the Steeple of Pauls roman Catholic Church in the heart of the it sheered off the Steeple flew on another couple of Street and with a dived into Bayer Strasse and a huge area went up in flame new York continued from Page 1 it brought a vast corps of exerts Many of them working the night examining radio communication plane Rem charred flight patterns and other material in a search for the so far there is no definite Goldstein m at a Timpf i Milf is lice and Flat Martin Dot Foj the ruins Ift Jim hofe plane gouging and sell Fol s lures charges continued Fem 1 and function free of outside it asked Mamma skjold w get foreign military personnel but of the called on All countries to refrain from sending military Aid there except through the de declared against Tion of the rights of any prisoners in the Congo and expressed Lese political leaders would sett their difference at a round tabla conference planned by wan Best Penneys compare the tailoring and the amazing Low Price Penneys 100 Wool Tweed Topcoat before you buy any Topcoat Check Penneys 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