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   Western Kansas Press (Newspaper) - September 6, 1966, Great Bend, Kansas                               LITTLE CHANGE WESTERN KANSAS PRESS THE MORNIM GREAT BEND DULY TRIBUNE STATlMirfAREA NEWS SPORTS FINAL MARKETS VOL 5, No. 11 GREAT BEND, KANSAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1966 SingU Copy 5c ISSUE 10 PAGB Charge U.S. Planes Sunk Chinese Boat SAIGON, South Viet Nam of the coastal city of Dong Hoi.' (AP) Charging the United The pilot was rescued by a beli-' States with "provocative steps" copter. toward war, Peking said Mon- The U.S. spokesman would day U.S. planes sank a small not say whether the planes were, Chinese cargo vessel a wt-ek knocked down by Soviet-made! ago in the Gulf of Tonkin, kiding missiles or conventional anti-J nine crewmen. It added that a aircraft fire. second vessel was damaged and There was little fighting on seven crewmen were injured. the ground, but a battalion of Radio Peking said the foreign Marines sweeping toward the ministry issued a statement de- sea 15 miles southwest of Da daring: ''We warn the Amen- seized a Viet Cong field" can imperialists that we mu5t hospital and suprised a band of again say that we will repay a guerrillas in a area. Theyi blood debt with blood." It said captured 19 Viet J the attack lasted three hours Marme said the t.ap-' The Pentagon and the L.b Uves appeared guerrilla: Command in Saigon declined {ax collectors and func.j comment. TT tionaries. One of the cives was! A spokesman for T..S. oh to been used Fleet, which patro. the. Gulf hold prisoners of Holiday Death Toll Soars Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS southern Michigan community .ways." iwnhoHday traffic fatality- The death toll on U.S. high- of Coldwater. A Labor Day ireekend record i survey made by AstocUUd v, a} boosted by the rush of A crash on U.S. 19 a few miles of 563 traffic deaths was set last Press covered the period from 6 homeward motorists and a rash north of ciearwater, Fla., killed year. JP-BJ. Friday, Aug. 19 to Mid- multiple fatality crashes three boys and four girls, all The three earlier three-day ,night Monday, Aug. 22. In c'.mbed Monday night to a rec- teen-agers, and injured three holiday weekends this year jtion to the 505 traffic deaths high for a Labor Day week- others. posted traffic death records. AJtfaere were 19 deaths in boating ead. Adults and children also were total of 564 were killed over the accidents and 41 drownings ua- At 11 p.m. EOT, 567 men, included in multiple death acci- New Year's holiday period, to boating. 'women and children had been dents. Five Ohio, more on the Memorial Day! The safest Labor Day kslled in traffic collisions, over- Michigan, Colorado, Illinois and weekend and 576 on the July 4'end since Woriri War II came in turned and pedestrian South 31 lives, weekend. 51946 when 246 persons were accidents. The worst accident was The all-time high three-day'killed in traffic accidents. The. The previous record for the recorded Saturday when three holiday weekend traffic toll was traffic volume at that time, holiday of summer was 563 cars collided on the rain-slip- recorded over the Christmas ihowever, was only a small frac- set pery Ohio Turnpike near Xor- weekend last year when 720 per-, tion of today's total. The record count marked the walk, killing nine persons. sons were killed. j A total of persons died fourSh straight holiday of the Howard Pyle, president of the The 78-hour Labor Day hou- in traffic fatalities last year, year m v-hich traffic records National Safety Council, termed day period extended from 5.130 traffic deaths were set. the weekend showing a "terrible p.m. local time Friday to Mon- recorded in July 1965 was a Eight persons were killed and epidemic of deaths on our high- day midnight. record for any single month. two seriously inj-jred when a carload of teen-agers collided almost headon with an- other auto on U.S. 12 near the prisoners of Viel THE LONG ROAD BACK, might well be the title of n ports last Mondav that said fcvo Summing up three days of Dan Smith's Story todjy. Smith, owner of the Hays stiff fighting m the s-vainps of in Hav Kansas was left nartiallv Daralvzed North Vietnamese patrol boats were sunk in the Gulf. rnd One boat was sunk northeast southwest of Saigon. South iet- of the big North Vienamese'name? port of Haiphong. Tne other was Ported reported blasted from the water f 70 miles southeast of 600. Government This could be nearly half way to ties were described as moder- the big Chinese island of Hai- ate- nan, a port for small boats. The Vietnamese said they An unanswered question was seized 13 tons -tf ammunition, a why did Peking wait a week to large cache cf equipment protest if Chinese ooats were uniforms and 183 weapons, attacked. In the air war over North Viet, Nam, a spokesman announced three U.S. planes were shot .down Sunday in punishing raids on oil depots around Hanoi, and a fourth was lost Monday farth- er south. fighting in the s-vausps of Bowl in Hay> Kansas, was left partially paralyzed the Mekong Dena 120 miles accident fos truck in 1961. But for the fact that his truck was loaded with milk, he would have burned to death at that tune. After a long, painful convalescence, he purchased the Hays Bowl with the help of his wife, Jan, and they have operated it suc- cessfully. His bowling team took State Championships in 1964 and 1966. This year the Hays Bowl Team enter- ed the National BPA Tournament in which 27 states Iowa, Nevada, North Dakota Voting Today J Tells De Gaulle Schedule Up To Hanoi were entered, and took 15th place. In the nearjfature, "smith's wife, 'Little League LANCASTER, Ohio (AP) Whether Johnson's stated But he stressed that "this is President Johnson told French willingness to match any such; decision all of us in NATO must Two Iowa State University President Charles de Gaulle action on the part of North Viet arrive at together, professors are candi- Monday that he will fix a sched- Nam would advance prospects "We shall not carelessly ,t-er "J6 American withdrawal for peace remained to be seen. weaken the proven instrument from South Viet Nam as soon as t Once again, the President of security for 500 million people Tuesday Hanoi announces a similar time- said American military efforts in the Atlantic he said. _ -table for its forces. in Viet Nam "grow out of our; Senate Democratic Leader Nevada aid North Dakota! Johnson did to help keep Mansfield of Montana is fn Dan Smith's 'wife, Jan. will present him with their will hold primaries These u De GauUe b na it peace and to preserve order in i sponsoring a resolution to put SSS: first "Little League 2 was obvious that the President the world." _ _ the Senate on record as favoring Red Guards Sending A Tremor Through China One of the tiree planes, downed Sunday, an Air Force F4C Phantom which carried two! TOKYO China's parent their numbers are rn- crewmen, was felled 40 miles young Red Guards are new wine creasing throughout the coun- nortbwest of Hanoi. The other in old bottles. (Compiled from AP and local dispatches.) SPORTS For the latest try Their activities have been j sports information plus inter- were Air vorce F105 Thun-! Young" volunteers, to the big cities. Their j esting items about your favor- One went down 10; r clrrfSf "iove wfll be to the coun-1 ite sports personalities turn to 14 the number still to be held delivering a considered re-1 Looking to another part of the ,the early withdrawal of at least i before the Nov. 8 general elec- sponse to the French leader's -world, Johnson served notice on i two of the six American divi- i much-publicized call for a U.S. senators clamoring for a reduc-1 sions now assigned to North j Iowa State professor of agri-: aCTreement to fix a firm troop-, tion of U.S. forces in Europe Atlantic Treaty Organization de- culture economics, William G.' withdrawal schedule as a pre- that the time is not yet here. ,fense. j Murray, is seeking the Repuhii-i to peace talks. I In ne said- Jt Ali Associated Press poll last i can nomination for governor.', ,_ orfHpnt'c nf ttaafc reduced Soviet forces in' week showed 48 senators willing THE MARKET The stock He is in a contest widi llobert v- s Germany military, to take a position favored the market was closed Monday, K. Beck, publisher of the Cen-..ie. n I technology may permit some; resolution. But 17 senators who Labor Day. 1 terville Daily lowegian and Cit- iff T ahnr nnlitical' forces committed to oppose such action seem to rep- Europe to be transferred, he resent sufficient minority said. (See LBJ Tells on Page Two.) i stop of Labor Day political 1 T-T ,j -c, swing into Michigan and Ohio. Democratic Gov Harold E. Hughes is unopposed tor raflom- answer to De ination oy bos party- Gauue into a Detroit speech oth-' i History Prof. E. B. Smith is erwise COQsistmg largely of an; nmning for the Democratic Sen-] a1rto umons-to restrain! ate nomination. He was en- wage demands_ asauwi T Y j ___ -rt dorsscl for it tlis 'Dsrtv con-. munist armies of Chiang Kai-shek j school, high school and umversi-, THE WEATHER Clear to vention but has primary' Johnson said at Detroit: If All crew-men were listed as about three decades ago. ty they win partly cloudy through .anyone shows me the missing. Hanoi radio said sever-! The Red Guards wear red be enlarged to include other ,day. Highs today mid-80s north ___ they fight what j young revolutionaries. portions, 85 to 90 m the south.; T the ________ ___ headbands _ miles- north of Hanoi, the other pikes, served the Red Army in. 20 miles northwest of the Com-'its fight against tie Nationalist tryside. Now made up of middle time Wilson Warns Of A Depression Like 1930s BLACKPOOL, England unemployed. Since World is unquestionable: they caE antiparty elements in; not say how many. could be plunged into a depres- resenting near 8.5 million labor can troops State Police Called To Break Up and confusion. That the Red Guards were, A formed hastily, without long and M I UlUi careful advance planning, soon became evident. They sprang j CUMMINS PRISON FARM, l CAMDENTON, ilo. (AP) risit to Cam-: any possi- gotiations Camdenton airport Monday aft- Hoover. obviously depend on the j To put them back into the i ernoon and was totally demol-, None of the Iowa House dele-, decisions and commitments Trusties were sent in to en- controlled groove, party Chair- ished. j gation has a primary contest, j which America would previous- coercion. ed freeze was further six months of strict re- "silence and at straint. applauded ior It was a crucial speech for the prime minister. The Trade Tin- leaders on the ion Congress is the main source --------T -7 i _, _ Diationn and applauded1 of financial support for Wilsons Ark. police used courage a return to work and man Mao Tze-tung and Defense j Tfae occupantSj Mr. and Mrsj In Nevada Gov. Gram Saw- _ ly bave chosento take and enter J exception was Frank i Labor party. Some of its most tear gas and fired shots into the were attacked by the Lin Piao, directing the i Euffcn. Recd were route ?er seeking renommanon for, into? to repatnate its forces in air to break up a melee among he said. antiparty purge, called half a'. uie a third term in the Democratic and neriad i uousms' pojiie trusties and striking convicts State to the pris-j million of them together last1' Monday, an aide to Gov. Roval.on for special guard ;week to lay down the law: no 'tf r the Faubus said. i lobbed tear gas shells among AU but one of the 144 strikers, the scufflig convicts and fired who refused Friday to return to j shots into the air. work in the prison farm fields, That ended the fighting with force, no The response has been Edward" G. Marshall of diate. The lid of authority was treated for nunor and Lag Vegas Three others are term in the Democratic an appropnate and fixed penod His principal chaUeng- of tiine." ers are former state Attv Gen- Amencan officials were dis- i Springer and District clamped on even more tightly ireleasea pointedly stayed in prominent leaders oppose hi Leader of the giant embargo on unionists' tradition- Workers' Union, al negotiating rights, did 'not'' Cousins resigned from Wilson's Wilson stressed the govern- i ,f Cabinet in Julv in pretest ment hopes that the pay-prices- same time to make a similar i "eeze. be "But if there is breakaway The report came from Clar- ence Thornbrough, executive assistant to Faubus, after he had talked with Prison Supt. O.E. Bishop, who could not be reached. Newsmen were turned away at the prison gate. Heart Patient Is Going Home 'change street names; to attack "antiparty" individuals already marked out for purging; to ad- vance some youthful, new ideas. i But when they conflict with i higher policy, they will be' brought up short. Mao and Lin t c down in some trees just short the go-round in past week the United States would demand major power depends on o of the runway. (See VOTING on Page Two.) a reciprocal pledge by Hanoi. .ability to produce mere and DV anv also entered. commitment to pull its fighting i In one of his toughest speech-. went back to the job after 10 of injuries limited to a few skinned' over the weekend as Lin be-' The plane, j a Stinson, appar- Interest in the Nevada pri- men out of the south. es, the prime minister asserted. -tvhethe- in va'es or them were punished with a con- knuckles, Thornbrough said, 'came their "commander in ently ran short of gas came mary has been given a fillip by Johnson made it evident that that Britain's whole future as a a troversial whip-like leather Then 10 Negroes chief." strap, the aide said. led, one by one, away I As "shock forces" of the The exception was punished'from the other strikers. Each .purge, the guards can be ex- with the strap, placed in an iso- was punished with the strap, a ipected to become the mouth- lated cell and put on a diet of five-foot long strip of leather pieces of the new leadership, bread and water. fastened to a wooden handle. They will be permitted to 1 spend less. to secure a privileged WHO WHO? WHO _ without question were disturbed Thornbrough said that when it' HOLSTON, Tex. (AP) The ,t go thp v.iai. r> Thornorougb sam tnat wnen tt at fte prospect that the guards was time for the convicts to go first patent to survive anartifi- emerge-as they seemed into the fields Monday, emerge-as they heart pump wiU be dis- as a strikers continued their sit- charged Tuesday from Method- OWR which down. of Patrolman's Son Booked In Strong Armed Robbery ist Hospital. She is Esperanza del v alle become dangerous undergone similar artificial 'heart treatments and all haxe mr. But doctors said suc' KANSAS CITY. Kan. (AP) gime. The son of a veteran city pa- to olher complications 8 cancellation Postage stamps hMao must embarrassed the new re- trolman was booked for investi- and not because the artificial Joseph Moreno Jr.. was nospltaj at 10 a m Housewife Takes Cow Over Husband booked on the complaint of a Her discharge will come four BAO TRI, Soutii Viet Nam service station attendant who and day after sfe (AP) When it came down to a reported that he was struck on undenvent SUrgery to receive cnoice between her husband or the head and robbed of S25 to (ne pump or ven- a cow- a Vietnamese housewife 835 tricular bypass, which aided her, chose cow- The attendant, Andrew K. own damaged heart to heal for i That 1S the story one u-s- ad- Brown, 62, said he was struck j0 days before the pump was tells about the capture of a on the head vntti a soft drink removed. Communist guerrilla recently, bottle and robbed by a man jjrs Vasquez, who doctors Knowing that the woman's who had been at the service son and second woman known to husband was a Viet Con1? guer- station about an hour. receive an artificial heart rilla, a '.ocal South Vielnamese The junior Moreno was ar- pump, rested after police talked to W. Vasqcez, who doctors W. Smith, a merchant patrol said 1 as had a long history of man who ha'i talked to the man at the station before the rob- bery. 'Moreno denied (lie robbery. heart trouble, received the me- chanical device Aug. 8 in an operation in which the aortic and mitral valves of her own Ho was released under heart were replaced with artifi- bond. Icial ones. official took her cow info protec- tive custody. He sie coi.ld have the cow back when her husband .vas captured. After meditating on the prob- lem, rfie took the local police her husband's hiding He is in a war prisoner camp. The cow is in the barn. r Bus Driver Spots Brief Case Full Of Money Monday j Wilson said: (freeze) he added. I ''One false, careless step iaDOr congress votes on j particularly by the custodians (tjje wage freeze Wednesday. Its of a major trading executive council voted 19-2 last could push the world into condi- Week to suppot the aoven- 1 tions not unlike those of the ear- ment. The voted of the full con- ly 1930s, where nation was set js likely to be close, but j against nation, where panic eco- most commentators forecast a i nomic nationalism, taking rcf- majority in the govem- uge in every device of currency ment's favor. manipulation and protectionism, produced uncertainty and stag- nation in w orid trade. 1 could happen again. And if it were to happen. as a nation more dependent than almost any other cm overseas trade, could well bo plunged into a depression ?uch as CUSHIXG. Okla. (AP) An not seen m this genera- akrt bus dnver Mondav rccov. tlon ered what was to be For Britain, he ?aid. this from Saturday's S2.T72 might mean 1 5 million to 2 mil- holdup of the Fanners and '---------------------------------------Merchants Bank at Tryon in .1 ii "eastern Oklahoma. Pediafncan the Fedcrai r VMlWinviMti Bureau of Investigation, said bus dnver Delbert Anglin of Stillwater was traveling from Gushing to Tulsa when he spot- ted a brown brief case in a ditch three miles west of Cush- HUTCHINSOX. Kan. (AP) ing. Dr. Charles F. Orthwem, 35. a He turned the brief case over pediatrician here since 1961, to Cushing police who said it died Monday of injuries he suf- was filled with money, fored Aug 19 m a water skims The FBI said bank officials accident at Paradise Isle, east reported was obtained in of Hutchinson. the holdup. He was a graduate of Kansas Jimmy Dcyle Bear, I'mversity Medical School and la, Tex was arrested about interned at the K. U. Medical four hours after the robbery Center. and officers then began an in- He is survived by his widow tensive search for the loot. Dies Of Water Skiing injuries lot TUMI and two young children. Bear was arraigned Saturday, Fcneral services will be held night in Oklahoma City on a I Tuesday at J p m at the Trim- federal bank robbery charge j Methodist Church in Hut dun- being held under son. 000 bond. 'APERf   

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