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   Western Kansas Press (Newspaper) - January 26, 1966, Great Bend, Kansas                               WESTERN KANSAS PRESS RISE IN VOL- 4, No. 112 Ttf MOMWO GttAT KMD PUY GREAT BEND, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1966 STATE and AREA NEWS SPORTS FINAL MARKETS Singto Copy Prioi Se ISSUE 8 PAGES Reports.... U.S. Mis In Great Strength ODortion that CS. mlssJe strength .5 as "eTTX- protecUoo" for its citizens. bomber and even if many missiles were destroyed on their launching pads, McNama- ra said. As far as U.S. deterrent power was concerned, McNa- mara relegated the manned Bills Introduced To Sell Unused Farm Land at the Pentagon agreed with jj would be to force the Soviet Union to spend large sums of money on a defense against conventional aircraft. _ of Wei f i re to weTe introduced in! what part of fts land over the him. {ne Kansas Senate Tuesday to state is currency unused with The chief use of the manned authorizing the sale no probable usa m the future, aircraft, the defense chief said. P farm land around The board thea could declare institutions in the state, the land surplus and subject to were identical ex- sale. epi for the agencies involved. The other btfl would give the One bill would authorize the same authorisation to the Kan- sas Veterans In both casusL proceeds would go to Kansas -charitable institu- tions and thti mental hospital building fund. Two other Mils were submit- Patrols Fail To Locate Big Viet Weapons 47 U.S. Troops Dead In Crash wuKKim, IN RETIREMENT, F. A. COOPER completes a painting m the back of his bookshop across the street from Montgomery Ward in Great Bend, With tarn is his wife Velma, who helps with the customers up front. Cooper, well known as a Kansas artist ended his career as a cartoonist the first of this year because of a re- cent heart attack. Manv Kansas readers will miss his weekly cartoon 'It Happened In However the new arrangement will give Kansans more of Cooper s fine paintings. McNamara made his evalua- tion in a statement to a House armed services subcommittee. It was one of the most comprehensive explanations of the rationale of U. S. nuclear strategy ever made public. Its immediate purpose was to assure concerned congressmen that the Defense Department was on the right track in its plans to rely more on missiles and less on manned bombers. The subcommittee began an All Nuclear Flights Over Spain Are Off I Capsule Report J (Compiled from UPI and local dispatches.) ted" in the senate one appro- THE MARKET S t o c k nriatin" from general prices advanced in active trad- revenue fund and S288.200 from ing Tuesday. Electronics, air- special fees -to the Kansas, lines and aircrafts attracted Cultural Arts most of the buying interest. i Higher Education Facilities ,_----------------------- Commission, Research SPORTS -For results of u tion of Kansas- and the Schilling area basketball games play- MADRID (UPI) -The crash ed last night plus other sport- the After A 30-Year Success Area Artist Retires Cartoon Series So He Can Paint I A U.S. military spokesman 1 said four Air Force crewmen and 43 soldiers of the U.S. 1st Cavalry Division died when the C123 aircraft smashed into a hillside and exploded some 260 SAIGON (UPI) miles northeast of Saigon. Marines set up more than 300 As many as 81 persons have patrols and ambushes around killed in a single plane Da Xang Tuesday and swept crash in Viet Nam during the through an area a few miles war. but never have so many of south of the big airfield in a the victims been Americans. search for the Viet Cong who An i n v e s t i g a t i o n w as blasted the big U.S. base's! launched immediately and Air installations in a mortar raid. Col. George Hannah Jr., commander of tne 315th Air But the Leathernecks failed Commando G to find any trace of the Cong crews or their big M "A" w" weapons that killed four _, ._ persons, two of them Ameri- TJITIA NOI cans, and wounded 26 others. 11 "VI of them Americans in a WASHINGTON' (UPI) barrage that used giant 120 mm ed Nations Ambassador Arthur mortars. J. Goldberg reportedly told a Marine officers speculated bloc of Democratic congress- the Communists had buried the men Tuesday that the time is 600-pound weapons in previous- not ripe for President Johnson ly prepared holes in the ground to go before the world body to I and fled. seek a ceasefire in Viet Nam. I In the Central Highlands. Goldberg, who made a U.S. military authorities, special trip to Washington, was pressed an investigation into said to have told about 70 the crash and explosion of a Democrats privately that the U.S. Air Force transport that administration would be willing killed all 47 U.S. servicemen to make an appeal to the i aboard Tuesday in the worst United Nations, but that this disaster of the war involving was not "the appropriate Americans. time." By J1MES BARK FUG ATE Tribune Area Editor their lives, one of the reasons they bought their local news- investigation behind closed of a TJ.S. Air Force B52 bomber money from doors Tuesday into the latest ;with atomic weapons aboard ial fees wouid" go for wages development in the missile-for- j eight days ago has resulted in operatim' expenditures to bomber program, the replace- indefinite suspension of all at Salina. ment over the next several A m e ri c a n nuclear bomber hm proposed by Spain, highly ed last night plus otter sport- ing news see page five. all the color of THE WEATHER and slightly sz wagon Withdraw From Line Sen. Robertr F. Bennett, miles per hour. Light snow end- o{ Kansas, as well as himself, reliable sources said Tuesday R prairie Vill age. and Sen. mg today. Highs in the low 20s. as ne earned his living as a night. Norman Gaar, R-Shawnee Mis-' Lows tonight 5 to 10 above French sources in Madrid wouM from 15 zero. 1 said the nuclear flight ban was tQ J0 cent the witv and employer could withhold from, employes on the withholding tlx. Sen. Bennett purpose ordered by the U-S. government ilimilf A I II1O and not at the rf UIMlUIW LHIv Spanish officials. 'A U.S. embassy spokesman NEW DELHI (UPI) -Indian nere did not deny the report taxpayers the money when and Pakistani armed forces AU ne W0uld say was. "it is not needed at thi-miohnnt Tuesday withdrew from front m the national interest to line positions all along a discuss the movement of mile line that was the scene of nuclear armament." heavy fighting between the two The report came as the U.S. countries last fall. Navy stepped up its search for might ieave taxpayers The troop withdrawal was m a nuclear weapon still missing accordance with a pact reached, m the crash Of the bomber. It by India and Pakistan at was believed the weapon may Tashkent in the Soviet Union, be on the floor of the Mediter- The Tashkent agreement ranean Sea off the southeast calls for complete troop with- coast of Spain Driver Tries throughout __year instead of perhaps at income tajt paying time at the end of th'J- year. Bennett the bill, if it Into Basilica VATICAN CITY (UPI) artist. Many Kansas readers of weekly newspapers learned to look forward to Cooper's lively- little Believe It Or Not style cartoon each week. Call-' orawulgs ed, "It Happened in it recounted several little known facts about their state and for 30 years, without a single break, the readers were But with the first few weeks ago, F. A. Explosive Rhodesian Question Wilson Spells Out Terms For Surrender LONDON (UPI) Prime- opposition from the opposition cartoon Minister Harold Wilson spelled British Conservative party, prairies out for tne first time Tuesday many of whose members are Kan the terms for surrender by the sympathetic to Smith. F A rebel government of Premier The stage was thus set on to Ian Smith in Rhodesia. Wilson immediately for a potentially a few vivid said he would be exPlosive session of Parli- accepted shortly. ament. Wilson's Labor govern- i -t- TOt cori'mic In a formal statement to ment has only a shaky majority i ?LH rtrintlv 'Parliament, which resumed of two and already faces an expiamea recenuy. Jong Christmas opposition censure motion for drew on his pipe mou0ni- detailed the Thursday on the question of the fully a moment, j steps by wnich Britain plans to rising cost of living in Britain. Icould" he said, "be- restore constitutional rule in fanted to the African colony once Smith s nstructed regime has been forced from that's j office. These included a period of i direct rule by the British- Is Delayed the street from Mont- n steps ture to a halt. said about 3.- too acres of state up e m withdrawal was worked out in sweepers that have been prob- acres the currently owned (See AREA ARTIST on Page 2) New Delhi in talks between mg the area since Sunday- Indian and Pakistani chiefs of staff Sunday. The Tashkent agreement was signed by the late Indian Premier Lai Bahadur Shastri and Pakistan President Mo- hammad Ayub Khan- The specific agreement calls for initial disengagement from four areas within five days from Tuesday and for of defenses around institutions. 3.024 probably be Pat On The Head For John's Job! NEW YORK (UPI) J. Quill, president of the the Transport Workers Union in Tuesday praised Mayor areas within three John V. Lindsay's role in wVeks Tollowing the pull back. ending the recent 12-day transu The sectors involved are the strike in contrast to what he Rajhastan-Sind desert area called President Johnson s which forms the southern "cheap potties, anchor of the line. Amritsar- Quill, released from a hospi- Lahore. and the Jammu-Sialkot tal Monday night, held his first and Akhnur-Chamb areas to the news conference since the end north in disputed Kashmir. of the SI billion walkout and Following the death of called for a congressional Shastri just after the agree- investigation of th.e ment had been signed, his said he thought blame should Mrs. Indira Gandhi, be placed for the strike and his pledged India would honor the union would help by making accord available its records________ Search For Bodies Is Abandoned Till Spring ANOTHER FRENCH MIMES IMPRESSIONS 9-Month Trial Goes To Jury probably would CHAMONIX. France (UPI) Tuesday abandoned until spring effort's to recover the bodies of 117 persons killed when a Boeing 707 jetliner crashed into snow-capped Mont Blanc Monday. Driving snowstorms blotted out the towering 15.771-foot mountain. In Chamonix the church bell tolled all day for the victims. Winds of almost 100 M.P.H. lashed Europe's highest moun- tain and temperatures re- mained well below zero. Fresh driving snow already covered the wreckage of the Air India plane and the remains of all but of the Tne aircraft failed h> only 45 fci, lo clear the near-vertical ridge below the mountain'? peak. The plane slammed into the ndge as it approached Geneva on a Bombay-New York flight. Search parties flown up by helicopter Monday recovered two unidentifiable bodies and some personal possessions. But the fierce seasonable weather made other search assaults impossible and officials called off any more attempts until at least April when the spring thaw begins. Officials said most of the bodies were dismembered be- jyond recognition and buried in I deep snowdrifts over a wide area together with shattered fragments of the plane. They said bodies may never be recovered. Rhodesia's whites over Tuesday officials said the 1 its four million black Africans. d feody might not Obsesrvers saidWilsons be shipped "Friday. An terms would be totally unaccep- Embassy spokesman table to the Smith regime and did not mee- s finish filling out the necessary documents Tuesday by the time the last airliner left for the CHICAGO -A Judge For Sabotage whether Dr. Andrew C. Ivy and i WASHINGTOX (UPI> -The a> saiesman three associates in the promo- rm arrested two men Tuesday Sheffield Mass.. was tion of Krebiozen were devoted on charges they threatened to sentenced to 18 benefactors of cancer sufferers sabotage the Boston 1 Maine ._ for or perpetrators of a gigantic Raiiroad in an effort to extort swindle. quarter of a million dollars U S. District Court Judge from the line. Julius J- Hoffman placed the A justice Department spokes- marathon trial of the eminent man announced the arrest of research physiologist and other Donald Albert Dupray. 26. and sponsors of "the "cancer drug" Caleb John Babbitt. 25. both of in the hands of the jury of Athol, Mass. women and five men at The announcement said that nas 4-46 p.m. CST. in making the arrests, the FBI Hoffman spent nearly two recovered 75 sticks of dynamite j fof in m. IIU Friday he on a Vam to the labor colony. demanded and a full been A out detailed which were reported stolen las o f Mot t deep Effort To Seat Jury Continues MIAMI (UPI) Three worn- dismissed en who said they could vote they did the death penalty if evidence. death warranted were tentatively accepted as jurors Tuesday in because they ?aid The appearance of the not in the women livened another dull day of interrotatms prospective by the attorneys. they would vote a guilty When four men were rejected fell about capital punishment. electric itioned the new the first aegree attorneys during the afternoon weeK.ana a" husband. puttmg seat a jury in the sensational acques 5 o. on Tmy ,ltneMM any time." ban Powers lovers and wanted Gerste.n at the midday 1 j L inthptritil. 80 called have been out of the way. bicak in the KWSPAPERl   

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