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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Hutchinson, Kansas The Hutchinson news 86th year no. 207 c 36 pages Hutchinson Kansas sunday january 26, 1958 to 2-3311 Price 15c visitor to the land Dorg College Sandzen memorial museum saturday afternoon was Emmanuel Mahama right parliamentary Secretary to the minitry of the Interior of Ghana Africa. Here he talks with Rev. Harry Zyller .?r., Mcpherson College president c. P. Greenough museum director and Lester Taymer Lindsborg artist,.whose wire sculptured rooster is the object of conversation. Mahama is a state department visitor to this country. David Bowers is amed executive editor of the news major changes arc to be made in the Hutchinson news editorial department. Herbert Waggoner 63, Day managing editor is retiring effective monday after 39 years with tie news. He has elected to make advantage of the papers profit sharing retirement plan Wlinich permits retirement any time after age 55. E. Lawson May 61, on the news staff since 1926, and executive editor since 1934, has requested to be relieved of the executive Post s for the time remaining until his retirement. He will become night editor a position he held for 28 years. New ene Cullver editor David Bowers 35, managing editor the past five years of the Idaho state journal at Pocatello will become executive editor of the news. John Mccomi ally s5, formerly sunday editor and night editor a Ince last March will become As Boc Iata editor a newly created position. Bill Brown 5s, reporter and As i Tant night editor will become Day editor. Fred Wulfekuhler 38, will con line As sunday and photo editor. Day editor Waggoner started work for tie news july 14, 1919, following service in world War i. He has Tho second longest period of service on the paper now exceeded Only by Hudson who worked Here 45 years. A Day editor he has edited the afternoon edition of the news circulating in Hutchinson and written the Home scene column. As night editor. May will be responsible for production of the news two morning editions which circulate to More than 40, subscribers in Central and Southwest Kansas. Brown As by editor will edit the afternoon edition. He is a native of the Halstead area a Kansas state College graduate and came to the news in 1954 from the Denver Post. Overall charge As executive editor. Bowers will be in Overall charge of the editorial department. A native of Iowa to received Bachelor and master degrees from the University of Missouri school of journalism and a pad. Degree in mass communications from the University of Iowa. He studied in Europe for a year under a Reid Fellowship Grant. He has worked for the Rome n. Y., Sentinel Salt Lake City Telegram Sunnyvale calif., Standard and has been both City editor and managing editor of the reds ready to discuss icbms ban. But there s a catch package Deal is proposal some clashes still reported in Venezuela new makers boost font Roii for us judgeship the Reno county bar association saturday recommended District judge John Fontron As judge of the . District court for Kansas. The chair has been vacant since the death of judge Arthur j. Mellott. The association passed a Rei solution describing Fon tron s qualifications ats urging Hia appointment. Copies of the document were sent to president Eisenhower Sens Carlson and Schoeppl congressional representatives and the attorney general. Army prints civilian rocket Book the army announced saturday in Washington it will soon make available to the Public a Booklet telling How to build and fire backyard rockets without jeopardizing life Anid limb. Spokesman said the army is prepared to give safety advice to High school science teachers whose students Are undertaking rocket building programs. David Bowers Idaho state journal. He is unmarried and will move to Hutchinson within the next two weeks. Newt Civ Brake As associate editor Mccormally will be freed to devote full time to writing editorials a column and features and to cover ago of news in such areas As government politics and the development of Hutchinson and Southwest Kansas. A native of Chapman he is s graduate of Emporia state col Lego and attended Harvard University on a Nieman foundation Ocllo a slip. He came to the news from tie Emporia Gazette in 1950, was reporter and Poi it cal editor before becoming sunday editor in 1954. The change in positions will be effective feb. In. U. S. Rocket up 100 Mues Churchill man., Jan. 25 a a United states rocket de signed to prot e mysteries of the upper air blasted 100 Miles into the Clear wintry sky today from a launching site 13 Miles East of Churchill. Tie rocket a Nike cajun was the first of the Churchill base s 1938 program for the International g e 0 p h y s i c a 1 year previous launch rings were made in 1957 and 19r,6. Tie rocket was sports red by tile University of Michigan and officials described tie flight As highly successful. It sent Back coded information by radio on air temperatures densities and pros sures. Weather Kansas i considerable Cloud Biem sunday and monday. Cold Der Northeast sunday and Sun Flay night and Over Wett and Central portions monday. High sunday 3s-40. Northeast to 408 weat Aad South. Dear focus agricultural note a Aquila Ara by Ealing through the grow id. Signed Joe tha wealth Erman. Hutch Boa Weald or saturday s i 52 at 2 i w 28 at 6 35 . At 11 30 . 34. Barometer 29.68, Riding. Relative humidity 89 per cent. V. S. A Calitr Obier Vanlent for 1� Aoun and Lii at s 30 . Suwon Dodo City Woodland. Kane a City. By. Loul. Topek. Kichlu. Amarius. Baton. Cheyann. Cd Caio. Denver. It Trout. Fort Worth Lettu Rock a ant pm Miami. Venn Tarolta. Mtg Darla ant 4s 39 45 3s 30 t 0 feet above ground for More than half an hour saturday when a ski lift failed on Whiteface Mountain in the Madiro Dancks. He was about 1,000 feet up the slope when an electric motor broke Down. Caracas. Veiki7.ucla. Jan. Is on some Cias hcs Between forces of Venezuela s governing Junta and diehard Allier cols of deposed dictator Marcos purer. Jimenez continued up until Early tonight. But gun Crilly Venezuela rejoiced in its newfound Freedom and n Promise of new elections As soon As possible. In Caracas the Din of a thousand honking automobile horns sir nailed peaceful traffic jams. All stores and business establish Niels were open and doing Rush Trade. Movies reopened for afternoon showings. School children trooped Back to classes. Lottery ticket Sellers hawked their Lucky number wares. Send or Singri the 0 a 11 d s of Jan need overseas Telephone and Cable offices to Send messages to relatives and friends often report ing the loss of some member of the family in the bloody Street fighting of Tho last week an estimated 300 persons killed and More than 1,000 wounded was the toll in the Savage revolt set off last 1\icsday by a general strike called by a Vilian rebel group. Scores of venezuelans Long exiled by inc dictators ii sri Mcd Back from the United states or neighbouring latin american coun tries in commercial airliners to. Had resumed schedule. They heaved their Luggage onto venezuelan soil and to the of friends wives Anco. . Council Tho governing Council Heade Iho i sea look for beef. There Wei Only i l i7,0 Mirnd of in lilo and calves on Leveil i the ii lion m Jan i in Bones Are inc result of seven years of drought and the ruins int followed. Repi its. Iii Dill Fri Impi i Tisha cultic ii e x p i i m lure. A up in i a infirm Chr Iii i jul the snip Thwell were still with Terril housewives Over the Iii lion jul e Imd Lauren Ironi the seven i a Iid Luil. Cille Pili finding Tho does t of inf Droit in Meier Jii id i Iii poly sen ice a a Siul in Iris for beef and plus Riison is two ors of iced to soil Mieir a Iii Iii a Iii nost of \ a n. Fold fun Odd lie . J i Liege is m filial i in of Lin if 1. Choice beef is up 10 to Vij int Ihn to Ivy ruins of Vuu u \ the lipid cd liciwcver., cents a Pound. To Bones hat. Void fut Ned to a i incs n a i i a reports a Konii Pii in Dallas for 89 cents n Pound Lush preen feeding grounds. Rop i. Iii offing info apr ii Early in 1957 Are now . Other cities report comparable increases. 2. Cuts from calves and other animals slaughtered before they were fallen cd Havo virtually disappeared. Calf steaks Tho mainstays on Tho tables of Many Large families were plentiful hero year in the 39 to 59 cent Range. When available they Are now 80 to 90 cents. Hamburger is up a dime. Spread Narrows Callao Aro now blink held on Kidd l n plentiful. In pastures to t Iko anlage of the Jiho Nisi inline Una if my Nim Hun Dent grass to put As much will he Iho meat dish in weight on them As possible be a Many n meal Foro being sent to Market or the feed lots. Stocker calves to rebuild herds Aro in demand and often bring higher prices than fal calves. Choice steers last week Choice beef steers were bringing $27.02 a hundredweight in Chicago Tho highest for a comparable week since 1953. Butchers say they have n Chico steers brought $2.5.00 last charge More because icy arc september $22.50 a year ago and Werl Vir Shinin Mary land pc Isyl Vanlon and new York state. Snow Blanket covers East by the ,s Lle Ivy Snow Phylip in a Large area in the knit sunday. Ilio Snow Belt covered parts o having to pay More. A Dallas super Market Chain spokesman says Choice whole Beeves that a year $20.02 in january 19.m. The associated press s food prices Survey this past week ago Cost .10 cents a Pound now Orlid super Market meat men twin Blanket reached a depth of 20 inches near Jamestown . The Snow Rani cd up to a inches Are 46 cents and Iho spread be battling what one of hem called in Kite county at the North act tween Choice Beeves and those of a   calves and lighter cattle has narrowed frown 0 to 3 cents a Pound. Wiat is Tho cause of Iho Price increase butchers and us department of agricultural officials both agree that the answer will the toughest month to six weeks Ern lip of porn Sylvania. State a in memory Aro having a hard lice said loads in Adieu South from Lime to provide attractive bar the City of Sicrie toward i its Inorg gains. Were in had shia in. Tho housewife finds no Consolation in Tho Price of other meats which Aro also up or in the Oul Literas n. A to Kasl part Maine. Dale warnings were displayed along Tho shorn from Cupo fat 1956 whipping still haunts Kansas gop . , Jan. 2i? if communist party Chihi m i k i i a Khrushchev in a Sivrich published the soviet Union is ready o discuss a ban on Ball Suc missiles Bill Only As part of a Dis a Mamou Pac Kajie Deal. He made Clear he was not pro a Omsk such a ban outside an Nike Meiu that would include Dis armament Tho so it i Nion has Een trying to Aell without sieves. Said. And a May possibly do this " j mide t Lese Al Iii Iii Mirtil Litral conf Credico ill Minsk , i aids of speech in which to proposed a drastic Cli inc in he soviet Agri Jcu Koiral system were printed in pravda saturday Korniuk. His in Marks on Trio International situation cover eader Bill Mitchell o address a caucus of Republican House members on Tho eve of Kansas Day Fly next session if Reed is elected lie will be the real Leader of this caucus Tho Man to a Hom Tho legislators will turn for Tho they Don t have session. Reed s api Warance week will to a kind of preview performance As i Don t think any other candidate Ever got. If to can inspire them to new Confidence and help them out of tha Docking dilemma they la not Only want to elect him but Cannon Izz him. After next week Road s candidacy May catch on Liko a Prairie fire. Meanwhile the Kansas Republican problem was symbolized in print this week. Tho very Day Reed announced. Time Magazine hit Tho newsstand with a very favourable Story about Docking and As if to rub it in a full Page Dale Camerio and featuring it gov. Henkle. You just can t count democrats out automatically anymore. Finder i strew Pearson. Hutch Nikon vat a. Last polio Danco. W do Trucl news .21 markets. M intercepted letter mus. Housewife everywhere Usa dear mom now if we could just stir up a meat substitute with wheat. Yours hut Cit

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