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   Western Kansas Press (Newspaper) - April 9, 1966, Great Bend, Kansas                               t _. WESTERN KANSAS PRESS RISE IN TEMPERATURE THE HORNING MEAT DULY TRWINE STATE and AREA NEWS SPORTS FINAL MARKETS VOL. 4. No. 165 GREAT BEND, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL Single Copy 5c ISSUE 10 PAGES Americans Are Removed From Da Nang Area SAIGON (UPI) by At least 10 American service- U.S. Marines with bayonet- men were reported injured in tipped rifles, about 500 Ameri- the fifth straight night of: can civilians were evacuated violence in the capital. It was', from Da Nang Saturday as the the worst outbreak of anti- Dolitical cusis and the anti-U.S. American feeling. demonstrations reached a criti- American women and child-. cal stage. ren in Da The Americans were evacuat- families of missionaries and ed by helicopter and landing social welfare the craft from a heavily guarded tense city along with a handful! seaside hotel to nearby U.S. of non-essential military person-; military installations. The eva-. nel. cuation order was issued after A showdown appeared to be: thousands of Buddhist demon-j shaping up between govern- j strators rioted Fridav night in ment troops and dissident! Saigon using guns and .forces demanding the resigna-j r-Mi I-MKHBK, suspected Communist concen- o- Kun, u uiB uwiuu B Prime Minister Nguyen 1 customers at the Pre-Opemng celebration of Macksville s newest business, the Jack grenades. Lion Attacks Model PAT PARKER, DON TILLERY AND BILL ENGLISH are all on hand to welcome .I I trations in the South. and Jill Food Center, an experiment in locating larger stores in this area s small- Near lhe coasl Cllv of Tuy Other non-Vietnamese nation-, er towns. Macksville's population is just under 700. The store's Grand Opening is Hoa aboul 940 miles up the ais also were evacuated from, slated'for May 5, 6, and 7th with a series of prize days planned thereafter. One of coas't from Saigon, a company the city of population. the store's unique features is a free coffee bar and lounge for the customers' loist U.S. Forces Pushing Ground And Air War SAIGO.V (UPI) forces; and intercepted a band of 30 to1 Weather Improves pushed the ground and air war 40 Communists and killed 24 .r. wea-ner .reproved against the Communists in both sharp fighting. The score ra.-ed and I S. 'North and South Viet Nam to 438 the total of Communes a.rmen took advan'.aze of iae Friday, a U.S. military spokes- killed in the cavairvmen; oieak. man reported. South current operation Lincoln. Naw p.lo'- f.ew "4 comoat 1 mese troops battled the Viet The Viet Con? earh Fndav and the Air I-orce Cong only 27 miles southwest of overran a 2-'-man carried o-r. -even   u "x N -fr.--" -s ae 'struggle apparently was not forced to abandon 'lu out 5.- affecting military operations. but came back and c: jve m: 1" t r- f> The American troops killed 44 the communist-, w r.- Viet Cong in two separate of air s'rike- mid actions Thursday while U.S. Air I Force and Navy planes carried out widespread raids in the North and B52 bombs hit Dao Ky. LnidQvU LIVII i U.S. military spokesmen said comfort' seven of the Americans were injured when a homemade! bomb exploded near the main, gate of Saigon's Tan Son Nhut j I airport. Two other Americans _ NEW YORK (UPI) two Vietnamese were, (Compiled from UPI pound lion, who became injured by a hand grenade, local dispatches.) enraged after photographers, j possibly hurled by a Viet Cong THE MARKET Closed on asked for "just one more j terrorist. Good Friday, bit and clawed a j on Thursday, American civi- j beautiful model with whom he lians were evacuated from the had been posing docilely at the j Cjty of Hue, 60 miles north of New York Coliseum Friday. Da Nang in the northeast area The lion, Ludwig, whirled and of the embattled country. 2 i Atlanta, Ga., with fangs and j reported beaten but reports, paws during a preview an American had been' the International Auto Show. shot proved to be groundless. The beast had just been With the evacuation of the j released from his cage a i Americans, the prospects of a second time over the protests virtual civil war between Report New Macksville Supermarket Will Feature Free Coffee Bar By JAMES BARR FUGATE fan shaped trading area in Airborne Division taking part in Operation Fillmore smashed into a heavily fortified Viet Cong position. Find 15 Dead j i The Communists held the high ground but the paratroo- i pers called in air strikes and artillery and then charged. The Viet Cong fled, leaving 15 of' SPORTS For the latest information on the world of sports see p ge six. and tojw> in opposing South Vietnamese armed forces appeared to have increased. In Civilians Evacuated Saigon, an American Mission spokesman said the of author -humanitarian Cleveland Amory. Amory, a director of the Humane Society, bad gone to the coliseum to investigate complaints that a lion was being beaten with chains. j civilians were being photographers came in'.ly" evacuated to safety at towards the lion flashing their j American military bases in the i Amory said. "The area because of the "increasing lion whirled around and bit lack of security." Miss Theobald on the left knee, _ _ about a 10 inch gash." .hurled rocks and it wm Miss Theobald was taken to Molotov cocktails fashioned training centers able to handle Roosevelt Hospital where her i from beer cans and other an average Of 10 condition was reported missiles at crack Vietna- ___u satisfactory. mese paratroopers and police Army To Open New Training i Centers Soon WASHINGTON (UPI) Army, further speeding its Viet' J.-1.HC.O D.inn, riu.-mid idu Mictfcu nauiug __j-- Tribune Press Area Editor Stafford. Pawnee, Edwards and their dead, 800 hand grenades, MACKSVILLE "Why put a Pratt Counties that will prob- rifles and a submachine ket with the newest equipment amount of money and work be-1 The action brought to 134 the Partlv available in a town of only 700 ing spend on Macksville's new-1 total of Viet Cong killed in the That's the question, est business. I operation. U.S. casualties were being asked most often Three Out-Of-Towners i reported light. lays around Macksville Certainly the new owners and Central Highlands, about the new Jack and Jill managers "hope so. Three men, heliborne troopers of the 1st1 Food Center that opens today. aU Out-of-towners, are taking a, Air Cavalry Division sighted And there's a darned good calculated risk that there's a j i answer for those who stop and iot of money to be made in i think about it a minute. Macks- smaii towns. IlllflllOC Tft ville. with its population of 700, Bill English, an owner from IHIIJIIvJ IU happens to be the center of a st. John, Don Tillery, the new Buddhist gangs led by monks Xam buUdup annoimced rri- ripH rocks and ____ ___ recruits 3 Dead, 4 Missing In Fire On Luxury Ship reception stations and training centers opening in early July will be at Ft. Lewis.' Wash.: Ft. Bragg. N.C.. and Ft. Campbell. Ky. Each center will be able to take in recruits a week and carry an average basic combat training load of 10.000. the Army said. Since the Army was ordered and Pat Parker, grocery man- ORBITING OBSERVATORY expect the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory to give man the greatest boost in knowledge of the heavens since invention of the telescope. Artist's NEW YORK (UPI) Trans shows the satellite, equipped with 10 tele- informed _ _ __I_IA _i__.__ 4U.n Interest in TWA i IcClcu xui periment which may have sig-' Commission that Hughes Tool _ _ _ .___x__ii_j i__. OXAU i O.L x y j j CA i------ ager from Jetmore, have se-' World Airlines Friday informed scopes in orbit above the atmosphere which lected MacksviUe for their ex-; the Securities and Exchange the view from observatories on earth. (XEA 1 OAO Satellite Reaches Orbit obscures Telephoto) CHARLOTTE FULLER, year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Fuller of Macks- ville begins her first career as for the Western Kansas Press in Macksville- Charlotte is in the nificant results for businessmen Company controlled by million- m the Golden Belt Area. aire Howard H-ughes. had Bui English, the St. John announced its intention to sell businessman, puts it this way, all of its shares, or "Macksville is at the hub of an1 75.18 per cent, of the outstand- area that reaches out to several' ing common stock of other towns such as Belpre. The announcement of the Byers Trousdale. Zook and j sale, which will total more than Radium and other farming: a half billion dollars at present communities. These people do market values of TWA stock, a part of their shopping in the meant that Hughes apparently KENNEDY (UPI) a slant bat flvins off on its larger towns around them. Our had abandoned hope of regain- Tfae United states orbited a own. idea is to give these shoppers ing control of the airline. stargazing "Bat' satellite Fri- Fam its perch high above _ the same things they can get! TWA notified the SEC at the day {o oive man a ncVi- lhe thick of air that blurs 12 in larger towns at comparable request of Hughes Tool Co., the tfae unherse and itc and blocks out light rays prices, and keep the money announcement said. Sale would secrets with a bundle of from deep space, the flying here in the community." be through a national underwrit- ic eves observatory was ready to peer To which Don Tillery, who un- ing syndicate headed by Merrill out into the salaxy. It will be til recently was the meat cut-'Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith. The 3.900-pound OrbiuAs- sQme ter for Curry's IGA Store in At the close of the weeks tronomical Obser atorv (OAO) mvsteries that have Great Bend, adds, "Our n e w trading Thursday. TWA com- was circling the globe in a paJi (See SUPERMARKET Page 3) mon was S80.38 a share.____ five days a week and the Sun- day Great Bend Tribune. Her father operates the Macks- ville Salvage west of town. Security Council Summoned Mine Workers To Meet Over Oil Smuggling Sign Contract to UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. ago requested all powers 10 d j f t e operatlon WIth ...e ,uus. (UPI) -The United States and withhold oil and other strategic cisjon unfolded lts bl 2 manned space era- bui-t Dy Britain Friday denounced the m a t e r i al s from Rhodesia, and scparated I nited bia be an ;.s j African president of the Securi- whose white supremacists last {rom .Js uppcr ty Council for delay in calling a year issued a. declaration of fUPI) meeljng on the Rhodesian oil independence declared illegal. by the British and ignored by most other countries. Union MIAMI (UPD Raging "At about a.m., the flames that leaped out of the lights went out again. I was to be expanded to more than smokestack swept the ship dancing on the dance floor. men in the Viet Nam Viking Friday forcing Some persons lit their cigaret buildup, it has avoided opening sixth grade and will deliver hundreds of persons to avandon lighters so the musicians could any new bases for training. It the Western Kansas Press the luxury liner in pre-dawn see and we danced some more. nal reued mstead on its present darkness off the Cuban coast. "Then people s m e 11 e d training centers, opening of Three persons were reported Sharp said. "There centers at Ft. Benning. Ga.. dead and four missing. was an alarm. People started and Ft BIJSS TCX and n o w The U.S. Navy at Guantana- coming up with their lifejackets three additional centers, mo Bay, Cuba, reported there on. Everything was very were 491 survivors, some of orderly. The lifeboats went Increase Staff whom reported the ship had away very easily. The sea was The Army estimated that had engine trouble on the trip smooth calm." j Lewis. Bragg and Campbell but that the evacuation of the Cruise Ends Abruptly each would need 4-500 gleaming white vessel was ne Viking Princess was on a men and civilians to operate orderly and without panic. s e v e n day Aruba-Curacao their new training centers. According to many passen- crmse that a minimum of BraSS and Campbell are the gers the hero of the nightma- 5195 per person. She was due in homes of 82nd and I01st rish evacuation was the ship's Miami Saturday Airborne Divisions and the 4th Lnited Mine workers union crisis which he finally sum master. Capt. Otto Thorensen a Some o{ ibe passengers. in Infantry Division is at Lewis, signed a new 30-month contract moned for Saturday. 51 year old Norwegian. reports from Gutntanamo Tne tnree new centers to be with the nation's largest coal caradon, British minist- All countries on the council Thorensen. a big man who everyone seemed to know what opened will bring to 12 the producer Friday that put heavy ter of state who first for except the five members from wears a giant-sired mustache. to and there was no number of basic training camps emphasis on fringe benefits a meeting on an emergency Africa and the Soviet bloc sent was cheered and applauded by panic now operated by the Army. rather than wages basis at 4 p m. Thursday, kept a note to Keita Thursday night the ship's survivors when he -The crew and officers Meanwhile, it was learned UMW President W. A Boyle pressure on the president, demanding an immediate meet- walked down the gangplank of behaved magnificently, especial- that the Air Force would also said he expected the agreement, Mousss Leo Keita of Mali, for ing. Several of the Western a U S. destroyer at Guantana- ]y the young Italian sailors who speed up its basic training by with the Peabody Coal Compa- arl immediate meeting, even powers staged z 'sit-in at the mo He and some of his men acted like veteran seamen." cutting the time from six to ny of St Louis to set a pattern though the African diplomat council chamber, led by L S. had stayed aboard the Viking Beverly Cantor said. four weeks and going from a for other soft coal operator? annunced the session for Ambassador Arthur J. Gold- Princess for several hours to Some passengers reported the five-day to a six-day training who employ an estimated a m. EST Saturday. berg. ught the flames and search for ship had been having trouble week 100.000 miners. The crisis concerned the aassengers. with one of her three engines The Army announced Thurs- Boyle said the union was free arrival at the port of Beira, in "We have a lot to be thankful during the entire trip and day that it was bringing 15.000 to strike at any time if other Portuguese Mozambique, of a for on this Good Friday." said reported the crew even an- soldiers with urgently needed including those in the Greek tanker with oil destined Beverly Cantor of Miami nounced the Viking Princess skills home from Europe to Bituminous Coal Operators' to be pipelined into the British Beach. was operating on two instead of train new soldiers and form Association do not bieak-vay territory of Rhodesia. The fire broke out in the three engines. cadre for new combat units. match the terms with Peabody. The council several months sngine room of the Viking------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Princess shortly after midnight while a masquerade party and 3 midnight buffett was under on the gala cruise, the survivors reported. By midafternoon the plush 492 to 505 miles above earth and its cloak of atmosphere. serving as the world's billed as space platform for 10 remote controlled telescopes. "It was essentially a perfect flight." said launch Director Robert H. Gray two hours after launch. Seconds after reaching its fi- nal orbit, the satellite perform- LBJ Promises SS Boost; New Dental Plan SAN ANTONIO. Tex. (UPI) patio of a federally financed Johnson said he asked Health orphans Mississippi's Poll Tax Is Outlawed Friday Estes Agrees To Testify At A Hearing EL PASO. I'PI Summed hy a pr.-nn rre' and dapper a hankc- B." so! Estes we'it -r> c .r" handcuffs Friday and azrcrd testify at a hearing tha- en .11 decide whether he coo- stay-5 in prison The bankniot barr-.   a''ip the 117-foot Atlas- Asena rocke: tna: raced into a cloudless -kv at 2 3S p rn EST. 1: f r-' cia-ntd into a low oroi and moved into po-Uiori for i's A-ena lajnch platform to ?hco: na into us a. re- control 1-e1.'. Md., late tne eves to r a e; To Improve Insurance He also plans to recommend voting in state and local JACKSON Miss (UPI) -A M to E, Pa.0 w iere M three-judge federal court Fri- comicted on rrderal day outlawed Mississippi s S2 !o a ne-.v his 15-vear To Resign As FCC Chairman poll tax as a requirement for n{ was a blackened dere- Johnson promised a high rise apartment for the Welfare Secretary John ict engulfed in flames and gray-haired audience on Good elderly. Gardner "to create a new, -rnpty off the easternmost Friday that next vear he will program to assist m financing' improved insurance protection elections J t_ j i_ AimOSl ail uie Ola lOlKS wno Hontal sprviro fnr vnnno fnr wiHnttc and l.i :oast of Cuba. A Navy ship seek an across-the-board boost livp lfl thp virtnria Plaza dental service tor >ounS lor ana orpnans, ne me ju to see pressure an care president and hls family. Qf program flas nol, front row were his wife> Constitution. Mississippi was program tor smau cnuuren. Most were gray.haired. dctermined daughter Luci. 18, her fiance the last state to be ordered to penitentiary He said he would ask were m wheelchairs, some on Jonnson sajd he also asked Patrick J. Nugent of Wauke- throw out the levy as a Kan Congress for fttter Social, canes. The eight rows of Gardner to develop "sound and gan, 111. and Nugent's sister-in I prerequisite for voting in state Estes- loses. Two of the dentified as victims were Mrs. Harold fnr vnnno fnr wiHnttc and tor >oung lor wiaows ana orpnans, ne House officials said the the listeners in the of the program has nol from row were his wife, his Constitution. ruled that ruiea ff Mississippi prison sentence Este-. now cl-oppe-i fro 11 a pudsv pouna- to a w35 US 165 pounds dunn-: the vear K" FCC -ran rr-izn as tro Federal Commission help a c? a mend n for the has spent a at the federal Leavemvo.th, .n nt 'ohn-un annoimcrd in San Xn'onn- that his attorney John nenr> Wouid quit May 1. in a Cofer of Au-tm Tex an.i here Henry Lewen in a bil1 i building were crowded with the Weg'o, Calif "The" "ruling came as no federal prosecutor-, appeared ho wantod retlirn to ,eart attacks. inh extending to May 31 the onlookers. rising 'cost of living and be I It was an Easter reunion for surprise in view of the recent, before Judse Leo Brew -tor to pnw, 0 hlo made no station aboard the deadline for Persons over 65 After the outdoor ceremony, "sensitive to the needs of the! the family. Only the Johnson's U.S. Supreme Court decision discuss for a m.ntion of 'ifi and Peter Brooks --------1-------- tiaruner 10 aeveiup suuua anu gan, 111. -lugcui 3 sisici-iu i i both of 'Miami Both died of checks for 21 million' balconies of the nine-story workabie-' plans to help Social -law, Phyllis Nugent of San elections both of Miami Boinaiea 01 beneficiaries as he SJgned a bulidmg were crowded with kppn Daop with th. niMft. Calif THP sign up for Medicare, laming vessel. Bill Sharp, 22, an Indianapolis He did not say whether teacher, said "we government financed dental notor trouble on the way down, care would be for all children "ho lights had gone out only the needy. Johnson and his wife Lady Bird people." and other members of the On this score, he said he family rode in a motorcade to would like to increase monthly the two-century-old San Fernan- minimum, maximum and total do Cathedral for Roman family benefits for the aged. Vines.. SPAPFRf He signed the measure in the Catholic Good Friday services, the disabled, widows and eldest daughter Lynda Bird did not attend. She was in Austin Friday. The First Family was spend tax hearing next Mondav Th e r o u a -peculation, Estes took the stand and however that he would return Mississippi had been the last agreed that he would ti-stitv at to Memphis and aid in the state to be ordered to throw out the he did cuhornatori.il (vampaun of John that declared the poll invalid in Virginia. ing the Easster holiday at the the lew as a prerequisite for not do whrn hr tried an I Hunker .ir .1 inond of Sc-x A. i r i i..... L 1. ,1, i LBJ Ranch. voting int slate elections, convicted on ch.u-.es. Robert r. Kcnmdv, D-N Y. fSPAPERI   

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