The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri on June 11, 1960 · Page 7
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THE KANSAS CITY TIMES. SATURDAY. JUNE U. 1960. ADMITS BOOBY TRAP BOMBING OF EX-WIFE Thre« Were Injured by Bles From Gift Box Sent by Tennessean. CONDITION IS CRITICAL Investigator Said Man Tiree of Questions About Woman's Return. Nashville, Tenn., June 10 (AP)~Willie Levoy Tate today admitted the booby trap bomb ing of his ex-wife and two stepdaughters, Howard Butler assistant district attorney said. The 33-year-old one-armed moonshiner had denied unti today that the sent the gift box which exploded as Mrs. Frances Binkley Tate unwrapped it June 2. The blast blew off Mrs. Tate’s hands. She still is in critical condition. Her two daughters by a previous marriage were less severely in jured. J. H. ' Kerkeles, sheriff’s chief investigator, said Tate told authorities he rigged the bomb because he was tired of hearing people ask when ’“Frances” was coming home. The couple is divorced. “I guess 1 just went crazy,* Kerkeles quoted Tate as say ing. Butler said the break came after a restaurant cook told sheriff’s investigators that he saw Tate in a restaurant 25 miles south of Nashville at 2:30 a. m. June 2. Tate had maintained that he did not leave his home near Fayetteville until 3 a. m. on the day of the bombing. BODY IS UNIDENTIFIED, BUlfold with Twenty DoUars • Bears Initials R. L. E. Joe Connors, deputy coroner, said yesterday that the body of a man, believed to be a Negro, found Thursday in a wooded area near 4900 East Forty-third street fias not been identified. A bilfold containing $20 was found on the body. Connors said it bore the initials R. L-E. I By Landon Laird. N his 33 years in the telephone business, Fred A. Few, jr., 8001 East Sixty-seventh street, never drew s more unusual assignment. Few is working for Ameri ca’s first space man—an astronaut who will need foolproof communications next year for a series of 18,000- miles-per-hour trips around the earth. Few’s task is Ho engineer voice transmission facilities for a Project Mercury tracking station in Bermuda, one of 18 such stations in a globe circling ground communca- tions network being built for the National Aeronautics and Space administration (NASA). Project Mercury is NASA’s name for this nation’s attempt to put a manned spaco-ve- hicle into orbit. Few is working for the defense projects division of the Western Electric company in iiiNew York. As orime contractor, Western is heading a 5-company team responsible for designing and building Mercury’s ground c om m u n i- cations. tracking stations , and a computer center at Washington. The network will monitor and command each phase of a space capsule’s flight- countdown, launching, guiding into orbit, re-entry and recovery. It will receive and record information from the capsule and send command signals to it. The capsule’s pilot will be able to talk to personnel on the ground by radio. Tracking stations will also monitor information about the astronaut’s physiological reactions, behavior of the capsule’s life support system, and other facts-about life in space. Fred A. Few, Jr. Until he accepted the Mercury assignment, Few was division transmission supervisor or the Southwestern Bell Telephone company here in Kansas City. He had held the post since 1938. He expects 0 return to Southwestern Bell upon completion of the special assignment. Few attended Westport high school and Kansas City Junior college and is a member of the Institute of Radio Engineers. The complete Mercury network will consist of the 18 PROBE AIR COLLISION. Two Test Fliers Die in Crash Over Illinois. St. Louis, June lO.(AP)—An investigation into the cause of the collision of two McDonnell Aircraft Corp. supersonic Voodoo jets over Illinois Wednesday was scheduled to continue today. Two civilian airmen, crewmen on one of the planes, were killed and two Navy fliers, aboard the other craft, parachuted to safety. Thursday, Navy Lt. Cmdr. Albert J. Moro, said he saw the other plane a moment before the collision. He and his radar observer, Lt. Cmdr. John Eversbaker managed tp get out of their crippled plane. Mark A. Mitchell and Ronald Jaye, civilian test fliers, perished in their flaming airplane. Commander Moro said he tried to bank out of the way but didn’t have time. 4 o’clock today is deadline for Sunday Star Want Ads. Place your ads early. Dial BA. 1-5500. Easy! Past!—Adv. PJbAM’Ti* ttWVSMOÜLOr.ÆTTLe FOß BEIN6 JUST FIRST LAW? U)HY SHOULDN'T I BE PRESIDENT MYiELF? AND THEN AFTEßlööTTO BE president , it (ÛOULD BE ONLY ONE SHORT STEP TO... QUEEN!! Vame Beauty Queen Tonight M ISS KANSAS CITY will be selected from among 10 finalists in judging at 8 o’clock tonight at the University of Kansas City Playhouse. The winner will represent Kansas City in judging next month for “Miss Missouri,” who will participate in the Miss America contest in September in Atlantic City. The finalists: Cherie Dumas, daughter of Mrs. Violet Dumas, 4446 Norton; Janet Crabtree, 1032 Pennsylvania, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crabtree, St. Joseph, Mo.; Sandy Nichols, daughter of F. A. Nichols, 8200 Independence, June Willhite, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Willhite, 5714 Euclid; Carole Har- NO CARRYING CHARGES ON FURNITURE FOR ONE YEAR 433-3S-37 Minnesota, K. C.. K. Remember Father June 19th Special Purchase Sale! Men’s Summer Suits Formerly $31.95 to 39.95 »25 Suits by famous maker, expertly tailored from first quality fabrics . , * Dacron* polyester and wool. Dacron* polyester and rayon or rayon and «acetate. An abundance of smart patterns. Blue, gray, charcoal, brown, charcoal brown, navy and olive. Sizes 36 to 46, reg­ ulars, shorts and longs. Sorry, no alternations at this low price. Shop Joros i2tk and M sír Basoment Saf. 9i30 to 5:30 EDGAR IN DVBLIN. Three-day Visit in Ireland by President’s Brother. Dublin, June lO.(AP)— Edgar Eisenhower, brother of the President, arrived in Dublin today for a 3-day holiday in Ireland. With U. S. Ambassador Scott McLeod, he called on President Eamon De Valera. He is on a European vacation. NEOSHO ROUND TRIP IN FINEST CHAIR CARS $060 PLUS FED. TAX Phone VI. 2-0077 IÍANSAS C'TY/? Southern mon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Harmon, Liberty. Sheila Mulvihill, 4635 Madison, daughter of Mrs, Lucie B. Mulvihill, Bucyrus, Kas.; Dusene Vuno- vich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duke Vunovich, 6018 Holmes; Beverly Gamber, daughter of M f . and Mrs. Frank Gamber, Hardesty drive; Judy Lants, daugo- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon G, Lanid, 8929 Holmes road; and Jeanne Ennis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Ennis, 5504 Euclid. 4 o'clock today Is deadline for Sunday Star Want Ads. Place your ads early. Dial BA. 1-5500. 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Beingold's Pom. end Appl. 535 Minnesota Ave., K. C„ Kan. Gorman's 3214 Troost, K. C., Mo. (Doedyear Sorvleo Store* 1501 Main, K. C., Mo. 2699 i. 52nd St., N. K. C. 401 Armour Rd . Nq. K. C 300 S. Main, Independence 6250 Johnson Dr., Mission Josepk't Furnituro 4224 Troost, K. C., Me. McHenry Appiionce 11025 Winner Rd, Indep., Mo. Mocy's 1034 Main, K. C.^ Mo. 4901 Johnson Drive, Mission Mokorney Fnmitnro Hth A McGoo, K. C„ Mo. Noil Tkempsoa Jet. 45 & 71 Hlwery, Riverside Kansas City IB, Mo. O'Neal Tire Company 2611 Prospect, K. C., Mo. linker's Farn. A Appi. 12013 E. 47th St , K. C., Mo. Savage Fumitore 11605 E. 23rd, indep., AAo. Top Applionco 6540 Troost, K. C., Mo. United Appliance 5550 Troost, K C., Me. 8437 Wornall Rd., K. C., Me. Waldo Fomituro 7512 Wornall Rd., K. C„ Me. MISSOURI APPLETON CITY A-C TV AURORA Sayers Hordwwe BELTON Catron Fum. A BETHANY Clarke's BUTLER LeNeves TV A CAMERON Wood Electric CARTHAGE Goodyear Service Store CHIlllCOTHE Benson's EXCELSIOR SPRINGS * Mac's FAIRFAX Kinconon Apptioneo GRANDVIEW Catron Furn. A Appl. HAMILTON Thomson Electric HARRISONViLLE Brandt's Farm A Homo JOPLfN Electric Homo Macy's Goodyear Service Store UTHROP Geo. Combs PK»g. A Htg. LEXINGTON Goodyear Service Store LIBERTY Brfy NEVADA Frank Ages Armitoge Hardware Goodyear Service Store NEW HAMPTON Cox Electric NOEL Harmon's FLAHE CITY McOonneU HardNimfe PLEASANT HILL Van's Furniture ST. JOSEPH Esheiman Music House Jocfcson Furniture Midland Empirà Sales Co. SAVANNAH Northwest Missouri Electric Co-Op SEDALI A Goodyear Servii» Store SLATER Giger Hardware SPRINGFIELD Goodyeor Service Store TRENTON Goodyear Service Store KANSAS ABILENE Gas Appliance ALMA Almo Gos A Electric BONNER SPRINGS Modern Craftsman BRONSON ' Olln I. Burtch CENTRAilA Red's Tire A Home COFFEYVIllE turnery Fum. A Appl. EFFINGHAM Effingham Co-Op. EMPORIA Goodyear Service Store Schultz Rodio A Appi. ERIE Wright A Dunham Hdwe. ESKRIDGE Dunn Home Supply FREDONIA C & W Furniture GARDNER Lewis Sundry GARNET Baker's Appi. GRIDLEY Bohr Hardware HAYS Vitzum Appliance HIAWATHA Brown Electric HOLTON Western Auto Store HORTON Worley Electric INDEPENDENCE Harcierode Appi. JUNCTION CITY DAM Appliance LA CYGNE W. F. Irwin LAWRENCE Jock Harris A{»tfanee LEAVENWORTH The Meyer C9» MADISON Oglivic Electric MAN HAH AN Boyd Appliance Hixon's MARYSVILLE Norhus Atoter Co. OLATHE Tesmer PIbg. A Appl. OSAGE CITY Osoge Gos A Elee. OSKALOOSA Hompton Furniture OHAWA Goodyear Service Store PITTSBURG Goodyear Servim Store PLEASANTON Western Auto Store RICHMOND Farmers Cn-op. Society SALINA Swenscm Appiionce TONGANOXIE Tonganoxie Electric TOPEKA The Ed Atoriing Store* TROY Fen ley PIbg. A Htg. WESTPHALIA Joe Roth Hordwore WETMORE Tomlinson Elee.

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