Council Grove Republican from Council Grove, Kansas on December 20, 1962 · 1
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: ' . . , . - STATS HISTORICAL SOCIETY . - - ' MEMORIAL BUILDING? ' . ' ' i ' ' - - TOPEKA, KS. SATURDAY Free Show for the Kiddies And Santa Claus with Free Treats r T some GOIJMCI ' GBOTE REPUBHCJlM Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. O, Is Burnett -.-.,, This is itheir' fifty-seventh wedding anniversary. The couple-was married here by Probate Judge Tom Johnson. Mr. Burnett was " born and reared on the same place on which i he and his wife have spent the 57 years together and on which they reared all cf their familyj .. ; Family includes ; Mrs.-Wilm'4 Metcalfe of Lodge Grass, Mont., Chester Burnett, Mrs. Mildred .Schoof, Mrs. Fern Simmons of Americus, Otis Burnett of An-drews Field, Washington, D.C., Mrs. Velva Blanton, and Le-land Burnett of Overland 'Park. Another son, Ross, lost his life in the Philippines during World War II. ' . , A "Christmas Holiday ; Fact'; of the Kansas Farm Bureau Safety Department that you should think about: "Three out of four fatal Christmas accidents involve driving too fast for conditions or in excess of a stated speed limit, Normal average is 35 percent. Most fixed object collisions, nearly all non-collision accidents and most collisions with other vehicles involve excess speed." ' s " And," jemember the .free show for all kiddies," sponsored by the Council Grove Jaycees, at the Ritz Theater at 1:30 Saturday afternoon. Also,- Santa will be at the high school with free treats at 3 o'clock. ' d. m. Mass Schedule Schedule For Christmas Matt . And Confessions At St. - Rose Catholic Church Announced . 1 Schedule . for Christmas Mass and . Confessions at St. Rose Catholic church here was announced today by Father James Colbert. Mass schedule for Christmas is as follows: Midnight Mass- Father Moynihan, . J, S., celebrant;, sermon by Father Colbert, r 8 A.M. Father Moynihan, celebrant; sermon by Father .Moynihan ' 10 A.M. Father Colbert, celebrant; sermon by Father Moynihan ' 11 A.M. Father Moynihan, celebrant; no sermon. 5:30 P.M. Father Colbert, celebrant; no sermon. Confessions will be heard on Saturday, December 22. by Father Moynihan from 2 to 4 o'clock and by Father Colbert from 7 to 8 o'clock. Confession schedule for Monday, December 24, is as follows: 4:30 to 6, Father Moynihan and Father Colbert; 7:30 to 8:30, Father Moynihan. Christmas Eve Confession will be for anyone outside of the assigned hours upon request.; -V; ... ' , , 2-YEAR-OLD WANDERER IS BACK HOME , Topeka (AP) Two-year-old , Sylvia Valentine is safely back. home at Topeka after being lost for five hours. The youngster disappeared yesterday. She fell in a creek but otherwise was unharmed when found a-bout half a mile from her home. She is the daughter of Air Force ' Captain and Mrs. Paul Valentine. CHRISTMAS .PROGRAM AT BUSHONG SATURDAY Christmas program of the Bushong Methodist .Church school will be presented Satur-day evening at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Max Davis, and Mrs. Virgil Weeks are superintendents in charge. , . - WEDNESDAY BOWLING League team results: Seven, up 4, Bretz Shoe Store 0; Alta Vista No. Two: 3, Max Cafe 1; and Alta Vista No. Four 3, Wol-gast Lumber 1. .:'r; ' Top bowlers: Seven-up Jack Switzer 511 and John Baker 195, Bretz Shoe Store Glenn Per-rin 502-191, Alta Vista No. Two Bill Woelk 518-213, Max Cafe Max McDiffett 487-175, Alta Vista No. Four Ted McDiffett 503-185- and ' Wolgast Lumber Co. Vern Bolinder 427-168. ". , ' Final standings (1st half) Seven-up 49-19, Alta Vista No. Two 42-28, Alta Vista No. Four 3ff-30, Bretz Shoe Store 28-40, Max Cafe 27-41 and Wolgast Lumber 20-48. ' . BOUNTY PAYMENTS v Coyote bounty payments were made at the court house this morning to Glen Block of Alta Vista and LaVem Koepsel of Wilsey for one each. Don Maxwell of Dunlap collected on one yesterday. VOLUME M 1962 Christmas At Pleasant Ridge "The .Story of Carols" will'. bet dne of ihe features "of the an nual Christmas program at the' Pleasant Ridge Church of Christ Sunday night, at 8 o'clock. Program will be as follows: Scripture, Luke 2:1-20, Song Congregation . "Welcome", reading Eddie Reveal ' ' ' ' ' ' "Merry Christmas" Sheila Spittles . , y , , ' "Let's Spell, Star" -r Billy Blanton, Jimmy Lee "Happy Bells' Donnie Anderson "Lullaby" Sharon Blanton, Mary Lou , Weeks, Kathleen Cashman ' ; "Each : Day" Larry Haag ! "My Message" John Cash-man . , ' . ' ' "I Wish" Jim Blanton, Joe Blanton, Eddie Haag, Cashman . Alan '"Listen As We Sing" (intro-duction to "Away in a Manger" and "Silent 'Night" by Nursery, Beginners, Primary and Junior departments) Kathleen Cash-man - -,'' r:-. i .---' :- "The ' Wonderful " Story" ! John Lee "The Awful Price" Linda and Nancy Blanton "Let's Give" Wayne Lee Offering ' ' "The Story of Carols" j Larry, Gary and Mike Blanton, Donald Wilson, Marilyn and Nancy 1 Lee, Sue and Helen Blanton, Earl Weeks, Tom York, Mike ) Haag, Mary Cashman, Sharry and Frances Miller, Ja nice York, Jerry, Karen and Howard Wilson L,auren Weeks and Hall Moxley. ' i 'PRIZE NIGHT AWARD WINNERS LISTED j Several firms today announced winners of their "Prize Night"- awards offered as part of the Pre-Christmas program last night Included are the following: v " ,. v Nott's Dry Goods Mrs. Leslie Krause, AJta ' Vista ; (not claimed), Mrs. Elmer Garrett and Nancy Johnson. ; The New Leader Mrs. Georgia Brooks, Mrs." Laura Sisson and W. I. Lewis. . , , , Duckwalls 1st, Velma Dike; 2nd, Mrs. George Duncan; 3rd, Mrs. Allen Wagner.. Gambles Gladys Lewis, Mrs. Kenneth Burnett 1 ? Specialty Shop 1st, Bernice Wray; 2nd, Mrs. W. F. Erickson; 3rd, Mrs. Grace Norton.' CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY . .. AT HIGH SCHOOL A Christmas assembly will be held at Council ; Grove : Rural high school during the activity period tomorrow, and' on its completion teachers and student body will begin a holiday vacation. Classes will be re sumed on Wednesday morning, January 2. The Rev. Paul Leslie will be speaker at the assembly. The program also will include a vocal solo by Gloria Davis. HIS BROTHER DIES Brother Of John Rowland Pastes . Away Unexpectedly Tuesday Might Walter Rowland, Peabody, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday night, only five days following the death of his brother, John Rowland, Alta Vista. . He was here Sunday to at; tend funeral services for. John, who died Thursday in. a Kansas City hospital, where he under' went heart surgery. . ' - Walter Rowland was victim of a heart attack. He was ill only about two' hours " AUTO DEATH TOLL ' An investment of $3 million dollars in highway signs spaced on the average only 138 feet apart does not prevent nearly a million accidental injuries and deaths of American motorists annually, Dale Heiserman, state highway , patrolman; told Rotarians yesterday. Vandals and hunters with itchy trigger-fingers damage 41,000 such signs despite the fact : that the fine when caught is normally $131. Any. black and yellow- sign is a warning signal which should bring precautionary atftion i by a car driver. Five factors most responsible for wrecks are: the "other . guy, children! Mother Nature, speed and. J'ua! the average driver. The' patrolman's talk was accompanied by a new highway' ( film' showing the cause of ' most common accidents. ' - .' ;"' ., ... , . ANNUAL ROTARY DINNER FOR CHILDREN SATURDAY, ' Christmas will come ' "Saturday evening for nearly threescore youngsters who are to be guests of Rotarians at that service club's annual yule-tide i dinner for a selected group of cRildren."'. Starting at 5:30 cars will be rambling over streets gathering up. the little folks scheduled to enjoy a two-turkey dinner at the annex of j the Church of Christ. Ladies of that church are preparing . the substantial feast under the direction of Mrs. Don Barber. This event so eagerly awaited by approximately 60 little guests is a coordinated 'affair ' with the Rotary club picking up the check. The list was seletced h Miss Vera White .of the Welfare department. ;.: . ' ';' " ."' ' Kayettes will act as hostesses and see that youngsters are stuffed back into the same coats and hats in which -they arrived. Chairman 4 Hale White and vol-unteer cooks under Mrs. Bar- ber are responsible for "second" helpings. The dinner is a -fitting climax to ' the earlier downtown visit of Santa Claus with his candy treats. Break Into Bank Wichita (AP) ; Burglars broke into the State Bank of Bentley, Kansas, last night and obtained an undetermined a-mount of money.' .'., - An inventory of the ; vault's contents was delayed to permit officers to examine the premises' for fingerprints and other evidence. At mid-day, bank officials still were not certain whether the money safe . . in the rear of the walk-in vault . . had been opened.: They indicated that it normally contains about $15,000. It was obvious, however, that the safety deposit boxes had been cleaned out. The loss is believed to include jewelry and coin collections as well as cash. llews Briefs v ' ' . . (By iliotllM Fims) Last November's election may seem far in the background . . but only today, republican" Governor John Volpe of Massachusetts conceded loss of his bid jfor re-election to the democrat Endicott Peabody.' Volpe halted a .recount that so far had apparently been increasing Pea-body's listed margin of victory. The submarine "Carp" arid the tanker "Amoco Mary land'V have collided off . Cape Henry, Va. It's reported' that no one was injured. In Parsons,' Kansas, nine-year-old Rees Hughes looked and looked for his new basketball shirt before leaving . a gym. Grownups joined in the hunt for the new shirt that is one of Rees' treasures. r No one found it." ' ' ' ' At home, the youngster discovered he was wearing it under his regular shirt. . 3 In Okinawa A. U. S. Air Force tanker plane crashed during, the night, killing five crewmen on board and. five Qkina-wans on the ground. At the U. N. delegates plan a heavy work schedule1 with some , hope they ; can ' wind , up the assembly's 17th session by tonight : ,ti'l" '' Ninety-five-year-old f o rmer Senator Theodore Green oldest member, ever to serve in the Upper Chamber ' remains on the danger list in a Providence, Rhode Island hospital. QUIT CLAIM DEED"'1,' A quit claim deed from . Etta May Linde and Erma Atkinson Lewis to Albert Gene Forsberg has been recorded. It describes lots 13 and 14 and the south half of lot 15 in block 3 of the town of Burdick. . ' ' i;' :''r. - xi- r ? ? - RECEIVE -ROPHIE! " FOR INVITATIONAL Trophies to be awarded first and second place winners in t h e second annual Council GrdVe Invitational Basketball Tournament next month have been . received by , local school officials. ? --4 ts. . : ; The tournament will be played on the nights of January 17 and 18. ' Teams will include Osage City, St. Xavier of Junction City, Cottonwood Falls and Council Grove. , ' - OUT OF HOSPITAL Donald Lowell Miller of Xe-lavan was dismissed from the Herington hospital Wednesday afternoon, PUBLISHED DAILY , COUNCIL GROVE. KANSAS (Birthplace of the Santa Fe HERE FROM ATLANTA .. , I Prof. W. W. Mendenhair' of Atlanta,' father of Mrs. J. Donij aid ' Coffin, has arrived " forj a visit and to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Coffin. j Author of , numerous articles and treatises, Professor ' Men- j denhall has been in Iowa the past week collecting ; material and doing research on a forth coming article. Christmas Carol Service Sunday At Dunlap Church 'The Christmas'" Story", a Christmas carol service, will be presented at the Dunlap Methodist church Sunday evening, beginning at 7 o'clock, The Rev. William Tremmel will be the narrator for the program.' Those .having parts are as follows: : ; 1 ; J ; Mary Margaret Wirsig Joseph Royal Ryman Shepherds .Walter Cobb, Floyd Borkert, Erviri " Eldred jr; -' :'i' -::r Wise Men , John Tillery, Dewey Riggs, Fred W. Thomas, jr r ' i 1 i Angel Edna Weaver Little Angels Roxy ; Edwards, Becky Hayes, MarSha Houck, Barbara Houck, Donna Herron ! Candlelighters Donna Mercer, Kathy Wirsig, Selections by Junior and Senior Choirs will be as follows: "O Little Town of Bethlehem" Choir "No Room for the Savior" Betty and Ruth Ann Wirsig . "Silent Night" Choir "While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks" Choir "We Three Kings of Orient Are" Choir " r "Gentle Mary" Choir . .' "O Come All Ye Faithful'' Choir I.;'.; "Have You Ever Seen the Star?" Solo by Karen Bor-kert.,. 'Fairest Lord Jfesus" Choir Need Is less Farms' Topeka (AP) The senior economist for : the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank Raymond J. Doll says solution of the agricultural problem hinges on movements of farmers off the farms, i '1,-f. ' i Doll ! expressed this opinion yesterday in a speech before the Topeka Chamber of Com-merce Agricultural' Services division. He put it this way: "I am not saying this is good or bad but it is what has to Jiap-pen." According to . Doll, it is becoming more and more difficult to overcome farm surpluses by increasing domestic and foreign cojnsumption of. food. He said that farm output is increasing nearly three times ' as fast as the increase for the economy as a whole. SENTENCES TOTAL . 120 DAYS. Sentences given Charles. R. LeMay when he appeared in county court yesterday on three charges total 120 days. ; He was sentenced to 30 days UI nnJ nVotflTa Rf days for having no driver's li, Notrtl f tot fth "Sh cense and 30 days for failing totter and a tt mthe north- report an accident. The sentences are to run consecutively. LeMay was arrested after a venicie ne was oriving a cur ma i was pmcu at uic tiuu- ing on East Main street Tuesday. REAPPORTIONMENT . CASE JANUARY 21 Topeka (AP) V- The Supreme Court has set January 21 for a hearing on the suit seeking re-apportionment of the Kansas legislature; The . case . an appeal from the Shawnee County ; District court was advanced at, the request of counsel, for ; the Attorney General and the plaintiffs J. P. Harris, Peter Mac-Donald, and John McCormally, Hutchinson newspapermen, and Ernest Johnson, Olathe newspaperman. ; ' A.t torney General William Ferguson said he ' hopes, the court will -"spell out for the legislature its concept of proper re-apportionment of the Senate to lay some , ground rules.! CHRISTMAS IN COLORADO Mr. and Mrs. G. E, Darring-ton plan to spend Christmas in Colorado Springs with their son and family. Reports indicate that Colorado- is rivaling Florida for Indian summer weather. ' EXCEPT SATURDAY AND SUNDAY August 21-23 Dates For 1963 air The 1963 Morris County Fair was put on the calendar for August 21, 22 and 23 at a meeting of the board of the association here yesterday. ' Most officers of the Morris County Fair Association were re-elected at yesterday's meeting. Only . change was he election of Junior Blanton as vice-president succeeding Don ' Peterson. .' . Kenneth Muller was re-elected! president of the organization. Other officers are as follows: -'-i : - . 1 Secretary Mrs. Carroll Wray ' ' ' (Treasurer Hale White i Fair Manager Jerry Thomas t i Assistant Fair Manager Dr. L. D. Jernigan i Crop Reporter Waldo Schoof Representative to State Board of Agriculture James Collier Alternate Representative Jerry Thomas - Township representatives whose terms expire this year also were re-elected. They are the following: ; Ehn Creek Howard Gant Valley Jerry Thomas i Neosho -r- Jim Collier -j Warren Junior Blanton .. Rolling Prairie Milton Anderson Ohio Jim Lee Council. Grdve City Hale White ; ; j White City Allen Hunter Plans were made during the session for quarterly meetings of the board in March, June, August and December. SAYS SITUATION RIPE FOR UPRISING IN CUBA Lawrence (AP) The Costa Rican ambassador to the United States says the 'situation is ripe fori an internal uprising in Cuba. . ' ' . !. - "iGonzalo J. Facio, chairmaftsft the Council of the Organization of American States, said at Lawrence yesterday invasion of Cuba is not the way to eliminate the threat of coriimunism . in . this hemisphere. "What is necessary is to try to organize a big campaign within the island to convince the people that the time is right to uprise," he said. "In order to achieve this, we have to give the people assurance of support. We should wage propaganda warfare."- v Facio was on the University of Kansas campus to speak to Peace Corps trainees. . ' f NEW K-45 DIAGONAL TO BE OPENED FRIDAY Topeka (AP) .The long-awaited diagonal highway between Great Bend and Claflin, will be opened to ; traffic at noon tomorrow.' ' '-. ' i The strip is about 15 and one-half mVes long . . a new routing of K-45. It finishes a route southwest from. Ellsworth that ? residents of the area first urged about 30 years ago. f. ' : Although some work remains to be done, it cannot becom-ipleted until spring. ' A DEED IS FILED ft easi: corner vi iiic..suunt .u of the northeast quarter, all in 29-15-5 are described in a deed fnm T nnio W arA fJrapp M. Granzow to Harry A. Granzow, ELECT JAMESON . Manhattan (AP) Publisher Henry Jameson of the Abilene Reflector-Chronicle is the 'new president of the Prairie National Park history association. Jameson was elected yesterday , to succeed W. F. Farrell of Manhattan. , : 1 - Dr. Herschel Gier, of Man-hattan, " was named vice" president and L. B. Carson, of Topeka, was elected secretary-treasurer.! , , . i t The association was formed two years ago to promote the Prairie National Park . in Pottawatomie county. . REGISTERS TITLE C : Ewaldt Klckhaefer of Herington has registered title at the court house to a new Chevrolet four-door sedan. f A ; ; 58. HIGH WEDNESDAY Maximum temperature" reading Wednesday was 58 degrees, and the minimum was 39. Low last night was 35 degrees. Precipitation to 7 o'clock measured .10 inch. ' High and low marks on December 19 a year ago were 24 and 12. ' V , Trail) THURS., DECEMBER 20, 1962 COURT HOUSE VISITORS ; Business visitors at the court house since Wednesday morning have included Dale Robison, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Walter D. Bums, Milan Harkness, Kenneth Hutchinson and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Yakle of Delavanj Dale Melvin, Mervin Hawthorne, Delia Cantrall, Roy Gardner, K. L. ; Boyer, Ural Lindqiiist, La-Verne Kdcpsel, Don Heller and Glen Filkin of Wilsey; Frank Robidou, Dwight; ' Amel Juhn-ke, Russell Brown, Roland Rock, Carl Kniebel, Bertha L. Mat-theus, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Payne, and Glen Block of White Cityf Everett Sill and Roland Peterson, Burdick; Harvey Ho-vander, Harold Hovander and Mrs, Orval Bettles of Herington; Dale Nielsen, Dunlap; W. , L. Van Buren and Will Hadway, Alta Vista. Charges Brought Against Six Charges brought in county court yesterday and today a-gainst six persons include allegations of theft or breaking and 'entering against four and of procuring alcoholic beverages for minors against two. The charges were brought a-gainst the following: Floyd Choate, theft in the a-mount of $50 or more and breaking and entering at night. Mark Choate, jr., breaking and entering at night. t ' -, Carroll Ashbaugh, theft in the amount of $50 or more and breaking and entering at night. Jim Graham, theft in the a-mount of $50 or more and breaking and entering at night. Arthur Dains, procuring alcoholic beverage for minors' Vernon Lee Marple, procuring alcoholic beverage for mi nors. Charges of theft and of break-1 ing and entering that were brought concerned thefts recent-j ly from a C. H. White & Sons farm north of Council Grove. , However, it was stated by Un-1 other thefts over a period of several .weeks have been ad mitted by at least part of the group. At least one juvenile, was said to be involved, but that case will be heard later in juvenile court. 1 ' ; . Dains appeared in county court yesterday, and Marple was there this morning. Both entered pleas of guilty and were sentenced tov 30 days in jail. They also were assessed costs of $7.65 each. Floyd Choate, Mark Choate, jr. Ashbaugh and Graham waived preliminary hearing and were bound over to district court with bond for each being set at $200. Ashbaugh and Graham had not made bond earlier this . afternoon, but the other two had and had been released. THREE NEW STATE SENATORS NAMED Topeka (AP) Gov. . Anderson - has appointed three new state senators, to fill vacancies caused by recent resignations. ) Keith G. Sebelius, republican, of Norton, was appointed to fill the unexpired term of Wiiliam B. Ryan, also of Norton, who was elected district judge. . I J. Harm Vpss, republican, of , Downs, was , named to succeed signed because of health., Ted D. Saar jr., of Pittsburg, si democrat succeeds F. O. Doty, also of Pittsburg, who resigned for business . reasons. : ' , Terms of all three expire Jan-12, 1965. . AN OVERCOAT EXCANGE ' PROGRAM XT K-STATE , Manhattan (AP)' An over coat exchange program has been started by Wesley Foundation students at Kansas State University. , The Reverend Warren . Rem-pie, director of the. Foundation; explained that . many international students "come from tropical or semi-tropical countries and not prepared for typical Kansas winters." The foundation, organization of Methodist students, is collecting overcoats which are in good condition. The coats will be loaned for the winter to' students who need them. 1 When the student leaves, he will be expected to return the overcoat. ' . '. .' HAS HEART SURGERY "Mrs. John F. Mailen, Marion, a former resident of this community, underwent heart surgery Monday at St. Francis hospital in Wichita and is reported now to be soma improved. Russell Miller of .this city is a son. . '' HERE FOR FUNERAL OF JOHN ROWLAND Immediate relatives here Sun-day to attend funeral services for John H. Rowland, a Morris county farm leader who passed away December 13,: were Mrs. Rowland and Ricky Jan ' and E. G. Rowland of Alta Vista, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rowland and family of Admire, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ': Rowland and family of Arma, 1 Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rowland and family of Emporia,. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rowland of -Peabody, Mr. and Mrs. Jule Larsen and family of Emporia, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis of Rose Hill, M. T. Rowland of Augusta and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services were held at the Kendall Funeral Chapel here and were conducted by Bro. ' Don Schoepf and Bro. Frank Parker. Mrs. Don Schoepf sang a , solo, and Karen Wilson and Jerry; Wilson sang a duet with accompaniment by Mrs. Donald Wilson. Burial was in Greenwood cemetery. Pallbearers were Junior Blanton, Jack Hawthorne, Donald Wilson, Homer Roberts, Glen Barber and Alvin Maley. Program Sunday First Baptist church of Council Grove will present its annual Christmas program Sunday evening, beginning at 7:45 o'clock. Through readings and plays, the nursery through senior high school Sunday' School classes will portray the first Christmas. Santa Claus will pay a visit following the program. COULD BE FINANCED . WITHOUT NEW TAXES, Topeka (AP) Budget director James Bibb says state departmental budgets as trimmed by his department can be financed without new taxes. The i departments submitted their requests to Bibb and he then submitted his own figure usually somewhat lower , than ' lite .requests. .;. . ..... .... ' Bibb pointed out that the requests do not include the legislative council's proposals which amount .to about 20 million dollars. Nor do they include funds to implement the Kerr-Mills, bill for care of elderly people needing hospitalization. ' , New X-15 Test Edwards Air Force Base, Cali-. fornia (AP) The X-.15 rocket' plane was tested again today in a flight from Edwards Air Force Base in California. The X-15 reached its highest altitude yet attempted with its big bottom fin removed. Test pilot Joseph Walker was at the controls. He has reached 246,700 feet and 4.-104 miles an hour with the ventral fin in place. V .1 A v space agency spokesman said today's flight was the first in which the X-15 had gone high enough and fast enough without the fin to .meet conditions future space craft will encounter reentering the atmosphere. Program At Burdick : Christmas program at the Hebron Lutheran -church at Burdick will be presented Sunday evening, December 23. s It will begin at 7:30 o'clock. - "And Lo the Angels Sing" will be theme of the program. Mrs. Albert Schild is in charge. The public has been .invited to attend. . THE WEATHER (JJ papoiay is) . Kansas Considerable cloudiness this afternoon, tonight and Friday; occasional rain or drizzle central and east this afternoon changing to , snow extreme northeast tonight and northeast and extreme east central Friday; colder this after-rioo and tonight and over east Friday; . low -tonight 20s northwest to 30s southeast; high Fri day 30s. SKOPPIXB BAYS LEFT CREISTKAS SEALS flcMTBlsi OtSar IESPIRATOSY DISEASES NUMBER 249 JFK And Mac Hove Closer To Agreement .. fT?v Associated Pros Bulletin: Nassau (AP) British sources indicated today that President Kennedy has offered Prime Minister , Macmillan the Polaris as a substitute for the controversial Skybolt. The British informants i n d i c a t e d the Prime Minister regards the offer as acceptable. Nassau (AP) President Kennedy and Prime Minister Macmillan failed at their morning conference to settle their Skybolt missile disagreement, but highly placed informants reiterated that the two leaders are narrowing their differences. President Kennedy and Prime Minister Macmillan of Britain conferred for two hours and 50 minutes in a morning session in the Bahamas. They are described as heading toward a solution to the Skybolt missile controversy. This and other matters have resulted in their talks being extended to tomorrow. Kennedy and Macmillan had spent most of their time discussing the Slcybolt project. So they needed the extra day to go over several far-reaching developments in world affairs such as the Cuban crisis, the Indian-Chinese conflict, the split between Moscow and Peking, the European Common Market. The Skybolt itself has raised a whole maze of problems involving relations between America and the western European nations. The United States is opposed to independent nuclear forces in Europe, but they won't try to prevent them if such nations as Britain and. France insist on them. v : Kennedy and Macmillan plan to meet in the morning and afternoon tomorrow.' They will be joined- fox a luncheon session by Prime Minister Diefen-baker of Canada. Kennedy is scheduled to leave ' Nassau about three o'clock to-morrow afternoon for Palm Beach, Florida. 1 Geneva (AP) The 17-nation disarmament conference has recessed until Jaunuary 15. Each side" blamed the other for the deadlock over inspection. The Soviet Union declared it won't stop nuclear tests by January 1, unless the United States and Britain go on record with a pledge to do the same. The west had made it clear it won't make such a pledge . . unless there is international inspection. Miami (AP) Lawyer James Donovan has returned to Havana to continue his talks with the government of Fidel Castro for the freedom of 1,113 Cuban invasion prisoners. Donovan returned to the Cuban capital after interrupting his talks for an overnight visit to Miami. Donovan is offering to swap millions of dollars worth offood and medicine for the captives."; Washington (AP) The FBI credits-a former Cuban' president, who pretended he was an agent of Fidel Castro, for helping city police inJackson Mississippi arrest three men., on charges of trying to sell Nike missile blueprints. The Cuban reported the attempt to the FBI. Police say the three 'men wanted $600,000 for the blueprints they stole at a plant in Jackson. They were charged with grand larceny.' . Elisabethville (AP) There has been an angry anti-American demonstration in Elisabethville, capital of Katanga province in the Congo. Students shouted "Down with Kennedy", stormed the , grounds of ' the U.S. consulate, tore down , the ' American flag and broke all the windows. They protested against U.S. plans to send more military equipment to bolster the campaign by the United Nations to bring Katanga back under control of the Congo. .;v GETS NEW CAR David R. Moore has taken delivery -on a new Buick . four-door sedan and has registered title at the' court house. ' i-. MORRIS COUNTY HOSPITAL NOTES Admitted: Today Clyde Burton of Dwight; Wednesday Mrs. Reuben Bacon of White City, Benjamin Pape of Alta Vista, . Mrs. Carolyn Harmison of Emporia. . Dismissed: Wednesday Mrs. Roy Morgan of Dwight r .

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