Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 22, 1964, Denton, Texas NEW TELEPHONE 387-3811 DENTON CHRONICLE Serving The University Center Of The Southwest WEATHER WARM DAILY NO. 114 TUESDAY DECEMBER 2Z, 1964 14 Pages SCENTS POLICEMEN'S FUND Donations Top The Christmas fund for the two icemen were shot a week ago today more than doubled during the last 24 hours with a total surpassing Police Chief Wayne Autrey re- ported that the two Jim Tom Bush and Edward had a real good Contributions to the fund can be sent to the Denton Police Station or the The fund is in its fourth day and received its largest single contribution to date in the form of a check from the North Texas State University faculty civic The Denton County Sheriff's Office buted The Breakfast Optimist lace Sparkman and Jerry Whatley all put in Other contributions were made by Mr. and Mrs. Willis H. Mitchell H. Roy A. Paul James Moore's Business Weldon Florence I. Dr. L. W. Clifford Dr. H. E. Roberts and 11. W. Sanford Jr. Checks were mailed to the icle by J. K. Marjorie F. B. and Murray G. Contributions came in Tuesday noon from Eddie Jess Leroy M. IOOF Lodge No. 191, S. Wade W. M. and John B. The two officer's fund totaled day noon including in the officer's pool and from outside Vietnam Commander Warns U.S. He'll Support Junta Pentagon Budget In Final Review JOHNSON CITY dent Johnson meels with tary of Defense Robert S. Namara and the military chiefs for a final review of the Pentagon Defense spending accounts for about half of all federal McNamara has predicted the defense budget will not exceed billion and may even be a little This is about Die same as in the current fiscal year and may determine er Johnson holds spending for the year starting July 1 within the The latest estimate of Jng this year is but Johnson has said he does not know if he can keep next year's budget under Other visitors to the LBJ Ranch for budget talks included Secretary of the ury Douglas Director James E. Webb of the National Aeronautics and Space tration and Najeeb E. who heads the Federal Aviation spending this year is estimated at There has been some talk among officials here that Johnson is considering cutting out some space ects in order lo hold down the Washington reported Johnson has dered the Budget Bureau lo get lough with government cies which let thir payrolls grow by more and more employes inlo the upper Jerry a reporter in federal employe at- wrote in Washington 3ost Johnson has ordered a in Ihe number of classification those that pay through an- The Post story said also orders had gone out to hold the average pay of federal es at present In conferences apparently completed work on the Labor and Com- merce department figures were I hey apparently stuck closely to this year's Secretary of Labor W. Willard predicted his will show a cui in spending from this year's estimated Secretary of Commerce ther H. Hodges that his department will show a de- crease from estimated spending of But Secretary of the Interior L. Udall said spending in his would be up slightly from this year's mated He attributed this to higher spending on water desalting and conservation Wirtz said his prediction of lower spending in his ment did not lake into account Ihe effect any new programs that might be and Udall pealed lo Johnson against ious slashes proposed by Budgel Hermit win some and you lose Udall said he foil sions were right Kalin Says Purge Won't Be Undone South Vietnam Lt. commander of South Vietnam's armed hrew down the gauntlet to Washington tonight in an solidly backing the young generals who purged he High National Council Khanh pointedly warned against foreign intervention n Vietnamese affairs and made it clear he would not go along with American demands that the purge be un- make sacrifices for the country's independence and the Vietnamese people's but not to carry out policy of any foreign CAR SLAMS INTO HOUSE IN PONDER THIS MORNING Driver Slightly Injured Story On Page 2) One Crushed In Coal Three Survive Government Seeks Dock Strike Halt Pa. Three of four men survived a cave-in at a coal The buried under some 60 to 70'..lons: of coal more than 300 was declared State mines officials said day workers would continue ging on a side near this eastern vania community for the body of Lawrence 37, of nearby They ed the task would lake several Malachefski was caught di beneath Monday's rock mines officials The three others were some feet Two of the men had been dragged to safety an hour alter the cave-in and were reported in good condition at Wilkes-Barre General with tions over most of their They 42, of and Anthony 59, of West The third Peter 54, of was pulled to safely around He had been trapped for about 10 hours in the under- ground INDEX Page 12-13 11 4 6 Snorts 10-lt Town Topics 6 TV Women's USED IN HEIST Police Find Car N.J. A stolen car that may have been used by bandits in Ihe cash robbery of a bank truck has been police said Police said the car was found Monday night a few blocks from the church rectory where the holdup was staged Monday morning by three masked The vehicle had been ed stolen more than a month Police Chief Marinus ter Until two a pair of and a ski cap were the scant clues police had to work The car was checked Rilter being Market Summaries on the quarter 1440 Police said had no de- scription of the men that were white in the words of a witness past their The identified by the was found lying on a road on the outskirts of this city 10 miles west of New York The wearing Halloween took over a church tory during a church held priests and a janitor at ambushed two bank messengers as they the and escaped with 000 in cash from Ihe bank Iruck and in church Working and speaking Ihe trio vanished less than half an hour after they drove up to the rectory ing St. Anthony's church about a.m. Deputy Police Chief William Ludwig said the con- the biggest in New sey was the work ol professionals in Ihe route and schedule of the bank The panel bank equipped with an alarm was on ils normal morning run from the main office of the tional Bank of Passaic County lo deliver cash to three branch The schedule called for stops at three churches lo pick up Sunday collection money be- fore going lo the branch banks St. Anthony's church was the last NEW YORK The I administration moved oday to try to head off an Atlantic to Gulf Coast dock trike as wildcat walkouts operations New York and James J. assistant secretary of headed for Houston lo sit-in on stalled between ives of the AFL-CIO ional ion and Secretary of Labor W. Willard after talking with dent Johnson at Johnson said are very nuch concerned about seeing lhat there is a Reynolds also will discuss the problem involved talks at Wirtz The New York walkout in- volved of the dock vorkers normally employed on a The Com- mission of New York Harbor ships were berthed n 40 piers in the but only 30 ships were being Two passenger liners sailed without A series of meetings in nore involving that port's six locals broke up night amid indications he wildcat strike of ers might All cargo handling was in the of Baltimore io longshoremen could attend he Nine of 24 ships up al cargo berths were Longshoremen at other major lorts continued Union in Southern ports were awaiting the outcome of Ihe Thomas W. president of expressed ment at the wildcat Union leaders had approved a new contract with York shippers lasl week and this was expected to set the saltern for the East and Gulf Coast Terms of Ihe proposed year contract would permit gradual reduction in the size of work -In he workers would get a guaranteed annual wage and an 80-ccnl-an lour wage increase and benefit The hourly wage for dock now would to by 1968. Gleason met with aides for wo hours Monday then seems to be a amount of confusion and information among the SAYS 1964 WILL BE BEST YEAR DESPITE BLAZE DALLAS Marcus of the charred Neiman-Marcus store says 1964 will be his firm's best Saturday's disastrous Through Marcus says the firm can reopen the downtown Dallas store Jan. 11 financially sound as it was on Friday night before the Marcus said the company hopes for a record profit of around million after or about per share for The blaze damaged what he called a of the store's million to million in- 3 SHOPPING DAVS membership pertaining to the Gleason called on all locals to see that terms of the new contract are fully ex- 'the workers will vote Jan. 8 on acceptance or tion of the contract 4rmy Declares Vietnam War Very Critical WASHINGTON The Army is telling ils men around Ihe world that terms the issues at the war in Vietnam is as critically ant as any in This statement is contained in a publication entitled Mis sion in Army said the 12-page tion is being distributed to Army men The Army is carrying a large part of tbe load in South About 65 per cent of the American military men there are wearing Army uni- Most of the U.S. casualties have been sustained by Army of 237 combat dead and more than of Ihe has shown thai there is simply no other way to leach the techniques of effective combat to any army at the publication said in seeking to explain why American sol diers accompany Vietnamese formations in fighting In answering question are we in the troop information publication attempts to project the signifi cance of the Vietnamese beyond its present dimen Vietnam lias become a major testing groum for a comparatively new Com munist the publica tion Denton Coast Hit By Downpours While basks in com- mild and pleasant 60 degree Ihe West Coast is being ed by torrential mercury Sunday's reading in Denton by two de- grees with a high of 62 ed More fear er and warm temperatures are forecast for the slate as even the Texas Panhandle was ed with a mild warm front Fog is slill word in eral parts of the stale as most of East College Alice and El Paso were still Light drizzles night for the middle Texas coast and in the Showers are predicted in Ihe the and north parts of Northwest Texas by In the Northwest portion of the country near Sun 42 inches of snow have and more is on the Washington Is struck by blizzards with much as 22 inches already on the Readings were bland in all other sections of the Light drizzle fell at Beaumont in early It was foggy again over much of East including and arid patches of fog also ered around College Alice and El More than persons were evacuated from their homes in in California during Ihe night as more heavy rain swept areas in the Far Rain and strong winds also sections of Oregon and Washington and 50 families near Portland were forced to leave their About 800 residents of 45 miles north of were forced from their homes as Redwood a normally placid inundated the All highways ing into the town were Earlier more than sons were evacuated from homes in communities in the Eel River Valley in northern WEATHER DENTON AND Fair and Wednesday except cloudy early A 11 to Wednesday 70 la n TEMPERATURES HUh Low HUh a Lew 17 Sun sell al rises al a.m. RAINFALL Exp. Gauge R-C None H None This MS Dec. lilt Last Year Some 600 residents in summer lown of 50 miles south of Eureka fled their homes as the Eel Riv er rose toward a record crest The community was under fiv feet of Weather Burea officials predicted the rive would reach 27 nearly 1 feet above flood Tha mark was reached in the disas trous floods in northern nia in 1955. The Humboldt County which reported Ih also said 400 res fled homes i Pepperwood and about 300 pei sons were removed from Myer a lown of 15 residents south of Myers was In parts of the Wes record-breaking snowfalls pile up in the re Heavy snows fell in north ern Idaho and western Montana Schools in many areas wer Lighter snow spread across the northern tier slates inlo the Great Lakes n with light snow in section of the northern Atlantic Coas Light drizzle and dampened areas in the east. In 42 inchi of snow accumulated and coi to The nea any Khanh said in a address to the The pledged le continued of Ihe mod forces for civilian Chief Slate Phan Khac Sun and remier Tran Van bul the right of Ihe armed change governments if icy felt things were getting out This was a challenge Ip merican demands that the on civilian government have authority over the rmed and that the rmed forces should not have right lo upset the whenever see speech presumably broadcast partly lo allay sweeping Saigon that he ad been Normally re- able sources reported earlier nal Khanh had been ousted his post as commander in hief and soon might be ng the Bul indications were that he was y in Ihe U.S. spokesmen had no im- mediate Americans aid privately it looked as if the had American officials said the purge has stymied plans being forked to extend the war the Viet Cong outside South The United States had made plans to step up aid lo the government and for new measures against Communist But these were con- ingent on Ihe existence of a stable South Vietnamese re- America officials said that since the military dissolution Sunday of the High National South visional a stable government has not existed and banning talks are indefinitely n The talks will resume only if young generals who carried ut purge capitulate lo Ihe of creating some kind of with real Americans Secret meetings were held in with civilian leaders and U.S. Em- representatives hurrying Iran one office lo American officials were dis- at the military return io the political Officials in Washington pointed out lhat South Vietnam earlier this year had nine of tary that political support did not rally behind it. U.S. officials were seeking restoration ol the High National the al civilian legislature which the Young Turks deposed or establishment of a similar body to give some sort of cal basis lo the government of Premier Tran Van Before the purge the council's active membership had dropped from 17 to 3. The Young Turks arrested most of the nine as well as a number of other civilian The young generals have ex- pressed in the civilian chief of Phan Khac Premier Huong and These of- apparently were still functioning The military leaders appeared divided inlo main One was the Young who are pressing for forced re- of all older Another was Ihe older officers and Phones 382-22H and 382- Sec Page 214147.