Clipped From The Kansas City Times

leifer Member Photo

Clipped by leifer

 - (THE Morning KANSAS CITY STAR) dite 104. KANSAS...
(THE Morning KANSAS CITY STAR) dite 104. KANSAS CITY. APRIL 30. 1960—SATURDA Y-40 PAGES. JET Mud to THE WEATHER—SHOWERS. DOWN Is 707 aboard, night the deliberately it rain- the obstructions—a and Missouri The Passengers felt aircraft, tons, ruts the rest 85 strip the It is feet to slick,” the pilot, down apparent the and to as could ship the generally about Showers here this morning becoming partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and tomorrow. Cooler today and tonight. High today near 58. Low tonight near 45. High tomorrow in the lower 60s. (Heather mas and detailed obM:rv%tlon on page 8.1 The temperature readings yesterday 1 p. m....................66| 8 p. m ................ 56 2 p. m....................661 9 p. ra............... 55 3 0 . m...................67110 p. m............... 52 4 p m ....................65111 p. m............ 51 5 p. m....................61112 midnight ....... 49 7 p. m....................58 I a. m............... 48 a ' 2 a. m................*47 « •Unofficial. _____ Kansas—Cloudy to partly cloudy today with occasional rain east this morning Partly cloudv tonight and tomorrow. Cooler east and south central today, and in the east tonight. Warmer northwest today and over the state tonight. Highs today 45 to 55. Missouri—Scattered showers and thunderstorms today, diminishing west today. Cooler west and north. Showers and thunderstorms southeast and partly cloudy west and north tonight and tomorrow. Cooler over the state tonight. Highs today In the 50s northwest to the mid-60s southeast COST OF LEEDS STRIKE MOUNTS Bv Steve Underwood. .................................................................... JNEW Community Loses 2 Million Dollars in Wages and Business. INVASION FORCE INTO PARAGUAY Band of 500 Men Crosses the Parana River From Argen* tina to Start Uprising.* ALSO IN FROM BRAZIL Exiles in Buenos Aires Say Attack Is on a Bigger Scale Than Before. Asuncion, Paraguay, April 29.(AP)—Armed invaders seeking to overthrow President Gen. Alfredo Stroessner landed in Southeastern Paraguay today, the Interior ministry announced. The invaders apparently are Paraguayan political exiles. A communique said one landing force, reported to number about 500 men, was turned back when it attacked the town of Puerto Carlos An tonio Lopez on the Parana river, but another column o about 50 men was reported here to have captuied the smaller town of Colonia Otano, 10 miles away. On a Larger Scale. Colonia Otano was defended by only five policemen. HITS REUTED INDUSTRY G. M. Representative Says Negotiations Have Been Arranged Today. A strike at the Leeds Fisher Body plant and the resultin interruption of the passenger car assembly lines at the adja cent Chevrolet plant have re suited in a loss to Kansas City of more than 2 million dollars A General Motors represent ative said last night the loss was in wages to employees and in business to area sup plier firms. Not All Inclusive. The total does not include the loss to retail dealers be cause of a lack of Chevrole passenger cars and Corvairs. In addition, an official of the Jack Cooper Transpor company, which hauls Chevrolets to dealers in 11 Mid-West states, said 375 employees had been furloughed. The Jack Cooper officia said furloughed employees lave lost over $350,000 in wages, a figure not included in the 2-million-dollar estimate Dy General Motors. The walkout by 2,000 employees represented by United Auto Workers local 93 began Vlarch 29 and had been in effect one full calendar month yesterday. “The 2,000 production workers on strike from Fisher Body have missed payroll checks totaling more than 1 million dollars during the month and the 1,000 Chevrolet employees idled by the strike-missed an estimated $500,000 in wages,” the G. M. representative said. Loss to Suppliers. “Payments to some 400 Kansas City area supplier firms, for goods and services needed in normal operation of the Fisher Body and Chevrolet I By Steve Underwood. tA Member of The Star's Statf.t ’M very much in love with her and I don’t care who knows it. We’re ioing ahead with our marriage and nobody’s going to stop us.” So spoke Arthur Garney, a balding 65-year-old plumbing executive, whose plans for a Las Vegas, Nev., marriage yesterday to pretty, 18-year-old Mrs. Sue Doyle were interrupted Thursday night in his home by a bullet from the revolver of an unidentified assailant. Insists on Wedding. Garney, owner of the Garney Plumbing and Heating company, 7503 Washington street, said yesterday at the Menorah hospital that he plans to fly to Las Vegas with his young sweetheart “as soon as ^ the doctor lets me out of here.” That probably will be" in five to eight days, he added. 1 The husky patient said that after a week’s honeymoon in Las Vegas he and his bride- to-be will return to Kansas City and set up housekeeping in his Ward Parkway Estates home at 1205 West Eighty- sixth street. “Then I’ll get a gun,” he said. “I am going to have to be more cautious in the future.” Garney was listed in fair condition from the .22-caliber bullet wound. The bullet en- ered near the left temple, coursed upward under the skin, and emerged at the left rear of the head. Doesn’t Scare Easy. Anybody who is trying to scare me better think again,” arney said. “I don’t back up and I don’t look backward.” Recounting the shooting, Garney said: “It was a little after 5 o’clock. We (he, Mrs. Doyle and her 14-month-old son) were just finishing dinner and was getting ready to call a cab to take us to the airport. “This man forced his way into the kitchen and was holding a revolver. I looked for (Continued on Second Page.) Pioneer V, Fields and Duchess of Kent Need of London, April The Duchess of of the less affluent Royal family, will art treasures at auction rooms, June hoping to raise $100,000. government gave duchess, Queen Elizabeth’s no pension after husband was killed on War Ii RAF mission gets $70,000 a year queen’s fund. HUNT FOR ON SEA Coast Guard Planes Out of Hawaii Find Gluckmann. BADIO WOBD IS FAA Says Texan « Weak Signal Miles From AT POLICE HEADQUARTERS, Mrs. Sue Doyle, 18, carefully read a statement yesterday concerning the shooting of Arthur Garney, 65, by an unidentified assailant. Garney and Mrs. Doyle had made plans to be married. Honolulu, April report from an amateur operator in Texas Guard planes searching islands today for Peter Gluckmann, unaccounted attempted nonstop Tokyo to New York. The amateur said she heard from an miles from Honolulu lave been that of San Francisco The Coast Guard its planes aloft They swept all within a radius of Flare Being One plane was sent on a green flare he water 135 miles of Honolulu by a

Clipped from
  1. The Kansas City Times,
  2. 30 Apr 1960, Sat,
  3. Page 1

leifer Member Photo
  • Clipped by leifer – 13 Mar 2014

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in