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   Des Moines Register, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1965, Des Moines, Iowa                                to Find It 15 6 Weather Markets 16 Women 14 14 8 THE WEATHERConsiderable cloudiness tonight occasional showers or thun ending tonight high near Sunrise sunset The Newspaper Iowa Depends Upon Des Saturday May Sections Price 10 Cents VIET BOMBINGS Key to Chinas Nuclear Power Is in Fallout DEBRIS TO GET THE ANSWERS Reds Set Off Second Device in Secret By Jack Wilson Of Tho Register Washington Bureau Offi cials here estimated it would be about a week before they could analyze fallout debris from Red Chinas second nucle ar test and find out how much of a threat it The test explosion was an nounced by Radio Peking Fri day It was set off at 9 Thursday night near Lop Nor on the edge of the Taklamakan in Sinkiang Force of Hiroshima Blast The State Department said the device had an estimated force of about 20 kilotons equiv alent to the explosive force of tons of approxi mately the size of the American bomb exploded over in and just slightly more powerful than the first Red Chinese test shot of last Its was the least important thing about the in the opinion of Valley High 17 j Dies After Crash s By David Eastman Diane senior at Valley High School in West Des died in Broadlawns Polk County Hospital Friday PICTURE afternoon less Page 4 than two weeks before she would have been graduated from injuries suf fered Friday morning in a car truck accident in West Des The girl Miss Elyea was rid ing Linda daughter of and Wil liam 404 Eighteenth West Des also a Val ley suffered a skull fracture and was listed in criti cal condition Friday night at Miss daughter of INSIST MOVE FOR MILITARY ASSESSMENT But Some See Halt As Peace Bid and South Vietnamese forces capture big haul of Communist supplies in fierce twostage battle PAGE By Max Frankel SAT URDAY The Johnson admin istration has ordered a tempo rary suspension of bombings cif North Viet All officials here insisted to day that the reasons op and Thirtysecond West 600 Des A Queen Remembers a President died of head and in erational that foKrnili tary reconnaissance there were some indications that the admin istration was also testing the political value of a There have been no bombings of North Viet Nam for two Officials said they did not know when they would be Sources even in citing the military did not Quoon Elizabeth II speaks Friday at the unveiling of a memo rial at dedicated to the memory of President John Seated at left is John Left to right are Senator Robert Kennedy Caroline Ken nedy Lord former prime minister the and Prince MORE PICTURES Page Stie would have I discourage speculation that they were using the suspension to see whether North Viet Nam would respond either through diplo matic channels or through some signals in Viet Nam Appeal lor Talks One possible reason for the been 18 on May She was riding in a small sports car driven by Miss Haley when it collided with an empty gravel truck at Railroad and Grand avenues at The driver of the Donsuspension was the desire to aid of 1431 Sevjlend weight to Johnsons I appeal Thursday to North Viet Frances First FIRE ON REBEL Asfcs Church PARADE TO END Woman in Dies RADIO STATION PaV Tax FORCES WEEK ItnUlU UlnllUlI I UIIULU chief Duane NEW APi Frances President SANTO DOMINI Oil PfOpeftV officials concerned with Franklin Roosevelts controversial New Deal A r J Principally they want to know of djed Frjd ht She was womanCAN REPUBLIC rebel t 4 It on fit By Nick Lamberto who investigated the said the girls were traveling what sort of device it was mcmber what it was made and wiui As secretary from 1933 It showed about China s ability o 1945 Mrs enure to develop nuclear weapons spanned he era of me when labor and industry They expect to gather this a battle unparalleled in information by examining parthe Out of the ticks carried eastward in the turmoil of those depression cloud of fallout expected to pass vears emerged the powerful over Japan The labor the maintains an elaborate and Congress of Industrial Organi secret system for monitoring now a part of the falont and detecting and urinl nuclear After the October falout debris revealed that the fusion element in the device was and that it ssas triggered by a relatively advanced implosion Upset Estimates A recent stroke left Perkins Her daugh ter and soninlaw visited her during the but there were no friends or relatives at her bedside when she She was widely known during her public career as Madame This information upset earlier She had kept her estimates that the Chinese were majden name after her mar still in the primitive stages ofrjage nuclear It showed a I spokesman said a truckload of Dominican troops drove by the By Ed Heins The Episcopal Diocese In what he termed an west on Railroad avenue and the to the a truck was going south on rebel radio station Friday was urged Friday to put automatic weapons and what its church on the property tax rolls and to take Dpeared to be against any There were no reported casufurther erosion of the states tax j The spokesman said antenna jand transmitting equipment ap i parently were The Radio Santo went off the air at i about 5 An announcer j was reading a list of names of prorebel sugar workers when he suddenly What sounded like heavy fir ing was heard before the station went James Conroy of Mason real estate man and delegate to the dioceses 113th annual convention at Hotel presented the resolu tion urging abolition of the Churchs taxexempt Consideration of the proposal will come today in the windup of the twoday More Honest Conroy by giving up the When the President first of fered sions I there had been some regret here that his words were unconditional discus to North Viet Nam last of highranking Marine Corns gen Stopped at Sign eral told mem Terpenning said Miss Haley followed immediately by a par bers of theistopped for the stop sign at theticularly severe series of air raids against that Those raids were cited by the Soviet Union and North Viet Nam as evidence of Washingtons alleged insin Greater Des Moines Cham b e r of C om m e r c e a nd guests Friday personal1 freedom is at The station also was knocked taxexempt Episcopal Frances Perkins Serued During JVesy Deal out Thursday in an attack by clergy will feel they can be Dominican Air Force more honest in their criticism Her appointment as secretary The armed forces chief of the affairs they that they had developed a of abor tne ale William work week for women and junta opposing the rebels had will also be system for producing Green then head o the powerchildren in New She was warned thaHhe rebels would be The resolution would have the which is considered more diffiful American Federation of to live to see that cut drasticalbombed a8ain if the situation diocese headed by warrants Two junta planes Episcopal Bishop Gordon circled over the city during the urge all local parish cult to turn out in quantity than Lab dedare that labor L stake 24 hours a I The talk by i Richard assist ant chief of staff for plans and operations of the Marine was one of the highlights of Des Moines observance of Armed Forces The observance will be cli maxed today with a parade starting at 10 by 28 mili tary units and six Des Moines iarea high school It will start at the Statehouse Some officials here believe the fallout from the second test may show that this device used If it it will in their that the Chinese have developed an extensive and scientifically advanced pro duction And that in according to these would indicate in nmp 10 Diane Elyea Weeks From Graduation and move west on Walnut according to one ctroot terrea an Another possible reason for a temporary suspension was some kind of indication through diplo matic channels that North Viet Nam might be preparing to con sider some Listening to Russia There has been no public indication of this but there have been some signs that North Viet Nam is less firmly opposed to discussions than Communist China and that it has been more responsive in recent weeks to counsel of the Soviet which favors an international The will never be reconciled to her D appointment a e New York GovA1 ministers to list the church and Me was later to join high digSmith knew Perkins and The reported ground attack on rectory on the There wilt be a Marine Corps McCaulley nitaries in a testimonial dinnerwhen he went when she left named her to Boston Native to Albany he the station came toward the end j State Indusof a dav described by a ax I I local congrega Mrfn became commissioner in Perkins started her career in New York as executive secre t ial in 19M She military spokesman as 1 h rally The spokesman there had been a I MrsPerkins was married in number of rebel sniper incidents j home should pay all taxes tary of the Consumers League 1913 to Paul Caldwell and some shooting near the to any other dwelling final make the tax Service Taxes Conroy said the ministers pay lecturer in She wag a graduate of Mount that the Chinese have the ability college and studied and the equipment to progress also a he University Of svlvania and Columbia Univer who died in Services will be held Monday in New York embassy in the internawhile the sanctuary and other church property should pay all taxes for support of fire parks and told police in the afternoon State Department re inquiries about the suspension to the Defense De Arthur at the luncheon at Savery that I am sure all the DOMINICAN Contwued on Page Four CHINA Confmued on Page Two Last she attended a conference in Washington observing the thirtieth anniver sary of the Bureau of Labor which she helped It was the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New with its loss of 145 that catapulted Perkins into the arena of organized Des She became executive secretary of the New York dlrlctof of Committee on interested the Agency for prevention and safety Developments I AID s 1Ildustria gressional liaison staff Page RECENT MEETING between jtime as direclor Forest athletic Honi director at the University of ajid Gordon at Fort Des in front of were operational reasons for After the the car the suspension and forecast a Weede told the 200 persons crashed into a utility pole on resumption of attacks upon Hotel the southwest corner of the inNorth Viet He did not say The convertible top citizens of Des Moines will and door had to be pried off to c New York NCW remove the the officer said D M 7efs Miss Elyea was born in Faii f vci She went to school ffojn High 78 agree that in the world of 1965 nothing less than each indi viduals personal freedom is at 24 hours a such other services as they That freedom will not be from kindergarten through tenth INSIDE THE Markman to AID Post SHERWIN Moines has Potomac Fever Why all the fuss about those Okla homa Supreme Court justices charged with taking bribes Didnt they deliver the verdicts they were paid for benefit He would exclude i Jong as we are willing to grades in the church buildings from pay the pricein willingness to 2 Brothers school accept whatever sacrifices may The Eyea famiiv moved to At the present most be required and in willingness West Des Moines two years church property in re Confirmed on Page Seven Several thunderstorms moved across Iowa Friday but missed Des Some heavy rains and strong the storm Junta planes attack the rebel radio station in Santo Do Cdll A O and who can blame them it had been running com I merciats ti hours a 5HUD blCVenSi hopes to get northern and southern Vietnamese to CAN gether at the conference If his system hell iry it on northern and southern That coupled close understanding and graduated from Valley May reported Surviving besides her parents j by the Weather with two brothers and 11 her maternal between our armed forces and athletic director at Iowa State could be the first itep toward rtsuiuptian of aihlfelic relations between tlic luiivefiitifcs Fsjte il Factory in this connection became widely acquainted with New York stale Week Perkins was credited fo with gitkiiag the The ABC network wants its own satellite to relay domestic Theyd think it at how much trouble CBS is having getting the Yanks in Francis Gary ihs U2 jinally geia a medal after till these It nice of somebody not to ask ike to pin ti on A Jersey veterinarian discovers hes allergic to dogs and awiuji thats like Ev Dirkseo becoming allergic to Jack Wilson ADA The governing Sen ate of the University of Toronto voted 1491 Friday to reject faculty and student petitions calling on the school to cancel its award of an honorary degree to Adlai Stevenson May Petitions from 8 faculty mem bers arid 150 students contended that an honorary doctorate of Jaws degree to ambassador to the United Na would amount to endorse ment of American policy in Vki During the aay skies were generally there were a few scattered showers and and the American willlW winds often gusted be generate the power for peace and her palernal grandfather Jtween 20 arid 30 miles an hour we must have if s E also of were mostly in the 70s Kuneral services are lentaand ranged from 83 at Daveri tively set for Monday in to 76 at Mason Des West Des Moines Methodist Moines had 78 after a trace of Continued on Page Seven Churdl rain fei dav D n n a a n nnnna Kuute of Todays   

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