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   Hays Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1964, Hays, Kansas                                Home of Fort Kanaaa State College Hays Hattg Home of Fort Hays Experiment Station VOLUME XXXV FULL SERVICE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NOVEMBER 1964 TEN PAGES 5 CENTS NUMBER 311 Red China Indicates USSR Must Meet Pekings Terms GOP Leaders Urged To End Their Dispute 6 Re publican National Chairman Dean Burch today culled on party lead ers to quit their public over the GOPs future and concen trate on providing loyal opposi tion to the He announced a meeting of the Republican National Committee will be held in January to discuss all questions of interest to the including that of my chair There have been calls from some Republicans unhappy with last Tuesdays election losses for Brch to step down as Burchs statement came against a background of and appeals for such Republican leaders as Richard former President Dwight Eisenhower and Nelson Rockefeller of New Among other Nixon Ouster Of Khrush Again Hailed By Red Chinese Party called Rockefeller a The governor replied that Nixon was Burch said Republicans should count their blessings and not waste time in intraparty squab bling and For the first time in Republican we have a truly national party with significant fedaral and state representation in the east and We have a solid financial We have an army of volunteers eager to do We have active party or ganizations in every one of the 50 states Burch The struggle for control of the party essentially an effort by moderates to regain the reins which Goldwater conservatives won at the national convention last summer had been pretty much offstage until Nixon spoke up at a New York news conference Officers For Sunflower Scout Council Elected Stanley Merrill of La Crosse was reelected president of the Sunflower Girl Scout Council The election was held at the eighth annual council meeting at Tasco Lodge near Other council officers elected were Miss Jean second vicepresident Harry secretary Richard personnel chairman Ralph program chairman nominating com mittee District chairmen chosen were Vernon District and Ray District Chosen members at were Burnett Herzog Art Hoxie Charles Colby Garland WaKeeney and Aubrey Members of the nomina ting committee elected are Ralph and Ned Bird King of Hays was ap pointed a memberatlarge and Walter was appointed District V chair Fifteen neighborhoods from the council were represented at the allday Events included a business neighborhood chairman individual con reports by board mem election and installation of officers and a A Girls Fu by Frank dis trict adviser from executive di and Mary office both of al so attended the Communist China hailed to day the downfall of Nikita Khrushchev and voiced con fidence the ChineseSoviet will be settled But it indicated reconciliation would have to come on Pekings The statements were contained in a editorial scheduled to appear Saturday in the Pekings Peoples Daily the Communist Chinese party mark the 47th anniversary of the Bolshevik There were indications Premier Chou in Moscow to attend anniversary would stick close to the line espoused by the editorial in any talks he may have with Soviet officials to patch up The broadcast by Pekings New China News indicated it held Khrushchev re sponsible for the deep split between Peking and The Chinese assailed Khrush chev after reiterating their stand that to safeguard the unity of international communism there must be an uncompromising struggle against all forms of opportunity which betrays Marx especially modern revisionism which is the main danger to the international Com munist movement Red Chinas leaders ex tended sincerest and warmest greetings to the new Soviet leader ship and expressed hope the two estranged giants would unite clos ely to oppose a common the United Let imperialism headed by the United States tremble before our strong unity Long live the unbreakable friendship between the Chinese and Soviet said the Chinese message to Groups Seek Million For Fiscal 66 by state agencies for million for fiscal year were present ed to the Legislative Council Budget Committee The requests are million over present an in crease of per Not included is any request to finance the proposed foundation program for estimated to run up to million a year in state money if approved The requests will probably be pared twice before reaching the legislature which then makes the final State budget officer James Bibb will go over the requests He normally trims the requests sharp ly before presenting them to the governor who will possibly cut them William who left Thursday for Washing ton to close out some congression al will begin meeting with state officials next The requests of million for next year compared with esti mated expenditures this fiscal year of million and actual expenditures a year ago of Bibb pointed out to the legislative committee that no dis tribution is being made this year of the usual million to coun Space Officials Hope To Launch Mariner 4 Soon Mariner 3 Lost At Cost Of Million To Cape stricken Mari ner 3 spacecraft whirled through as a helpless hulk unable to ful fill its mission as the first spacecraft to probe the planet With Mariner 3 a the National Aeronautics and Space Administration turned at tention to Mariner a twin space craft which officials hope to launch Auto Workers Strike Against Key Plants At Ford Company State Turn to Page 7 broadcast by Peking The message was telegraphed from party chairman Mao President Liu Marshal Chu Teh and Premier Chou Enlai to the Soviet leaders on the occa sion of the 47th anniversary Satur day of the Bolshevik Chou and a delegation of ideol ogical experts arrived in Moscow Thursday for the celebrations and for talks aimed at at least the SovietChinese Red China Turn to Page 7 Ellis County Youth To Receive State Award Keith 16yearold mem ber of the Ellis County Winners 4H has been selected by the State 4H Club Awards Commit tee to receive a State Blue Group Award for his outstanding elec trical projects during the 196364 club son of and Arthur Holste of along with other Blue Group winners will be guests of honor at a recogni tion banquet Saturday at The banquet concludes a three day tour of has been member of the Winner Club for the past five years and is a Hays High School Body Of Woman Is Exhumed By Trego County Officials The remains of Anna Lee buried by her late Montgomery on the former family farm in southern Trego were found Thurs day by county County Attorney Bill Mainline said the body was recovered from a shallow Officers were led to the grave by a note in a safe deposit box left by who died two weeks An ac companying note said Mont a registered nurse who had witnessed had re quested that she be buried immedi ately in case she were to die un The note said the woman died in of a heart Hainline said he had no reason to believe the woman died from causes other than a heart Montgomery left a letter re questing that his wifes body be exhumed and sent to for burial next to his He had purchased twin headstones for use on the The womans body waa sent to the Missouri town in compliance with the within two Exact date for the launching de pends on evaluation of informa tion from Thursdays The space agency has until 1 to fire the Mariner 4 After Mars will not be in position for a launching until December Mariner 3 was to have crossed 350 million miles of space in 8i skimming within miles of Mars next July During a brief encounter with the the craft was to have snapped pictures and gathered scientific There were indications that the failure resulted because a fiber glass shroud did not separate from the The shroud was de signed to protect Mariner 3 from aerodynamic stresses during the s then was to Jack Mariner project said early today the shroud may not have separated cleanly and somehow hung up on the A fuller evaluation of the to take several should pinpoint the exact cause of the failure in time to make a cor rection for Mariner James James said failure of the shroud to eject could account for an initial tteruuyuamic stresses during ui ties from the sales tax residue upward push through the earth report that the AtlasAgena D rockets secondstage shutdown prematurely and for the failure of the space crafts solar panels to a detailed study showed that the engine had per formed as planned and that reten tion of the 300pound shroud could slow the speed of Mariner 3 suffi ciently to give an indication of early Signals first indicated the solar panels had folded like butterfly wings as Later it was de termined that they did Purpose of the panels was to draw power from the sun to operate Mariner 3s Barry Goldwater Heads For Washington Birry Goldwater took off today on flight to Washington for a brief business stop before going on a reportedly to Ja accompniiied by had no comment for reporters as he Rending at 2 59 Low this morning 48 Record high 83 in 1934 Record low 6 in 1059 Year ago today 6 and 30 Thursdays high 54 Precipitation Wrather SUtion Partly cloudy and most ly fair little cooler tonight with warming tempera tures Lows tonight in the mid high tomorrow in the Light KANSAS Temperatures Sat urday through Wednesday will av erage 3 to 6 degrees above sea sonal Normal highs 55 to Nomvil lows 24 to Mild through turning coldei Little or no precipita In Need Of Bats Wanted caves with Several student scientists at Fort Hays State College are hoping to legin research on hey ran find the Anyone knowing of caves in Western Kansas which have bats s asked to contact Eugene Residents Asked To Put Leaves In Boxes Joe director of has requested that residents pack freshlyharvested leaves in boxes and place them beside refuse CBJIS so they can be pickpd up by the trash trucks on regular If containers are not Koerner stack the leaves in a large neat pile and soak them profusely with water to facilitate No Injuries In Auto Wreck North Of Hays Two autos sustained moderate damage in a collision Thursday afternoon 13 miles north of Hays on There were no Undersheriff Eugene Doerfler said a northbound car driven by Ray crossed the center line and clipped the rear fender of a southbound auto driven by Jack 203 West 22nd Swearingen was cited for driv ing on the wrong side of the collection and blowing keep them from at the AGREE TO CEASE FIRE Syriak After battling for more than two years for control of the republicans and the royalists have agreed to cease firing Sunday and assistant professor of to open talks 23 on their Red Sea countrys Nations Traffic Deaths 1964 At Record Pace 4 Assembly Plants Are Shut Down United Auto Workers Union struck nine key Ford plants today over unsettled local The UAW shut down four as sembly two stamping plants and three parts manufac turing plants as some hour ly employes walked Ford said strikes at the assembly plants cut I the companys daily auto produc tion by about 16 per cent and truck production by about 34 per If the strike continues at the companys part spokes man this would affect auto production at other assembly Ford had an estimated 32 sell ing days supply of cars and a 38 selling days supply of trucks on Malcolm Ford vice president and chief negotia said The strikes called this morning against Ford Motor are completely unnecessary In most of these local nego tiations which have failed to pro duce settlements the union is seek ing concessions from the company that would restrict its right to manage the plants The strikes today shut down as sembly plants at and and auto assem bly plants at and manufacturing plants at Ypsilantl and Chicago and At the Louis assembly plant a strike deadline of 11 Mon day was A Ford spokesman They apparently were so lose to agreement they decided o put off using their strike au MAYOR GETS FIRST Robert Berland sells Mayor Jerry the first poppy in a prePoppy Day campaign of the Saturday is Poppy Photo At KSTA Convention Here Delegates Told To Be Honest In Appraising American Education na tions traffic deaths in the first nine months this year hit an all time and the toll appeared racing to a record high in The National Safety Council said today there were deaths on highways from 1 to The total was an in of 10 per cent over the 310 killed in traffic accidents in the corresponding three quarters of last The council said the nations traffic which for 20 con secutive months have exceeded those of the same months of a year apparently will reach a toll of about this That would bo an alltime high after the previous record of deaths last Highway deaths for the 12 month period up to 1 totaled an increase of 10 per cent over the in the preceding 10 Traffic fatalities In September totaled a record for the The council said the in crease of 2 per cent over tha deaths in September last year re flected a curb on the rising acci lent death adding the Au gust toll of was 13 per cent up from in August The death which has been accounted for partly by a sharply increasing rate of automobile and truck has been zooming even faster than the number of miles traveled by motorists until Sep It was deaths per 100 mil lion miles traveled in September this year compared with in September a year But for the nine this years death rate per 100 million miles was compared with for the same period of Statisticians noted that about half of increase in traffic deaths had resulted from collisions between This was an in they that congestion had a bearing on the Other factors included a swell ing number of young pro duct of the postwar baby an increasing Firms Pledge Fair Share To UF Drive Twentyfive additional Hays firms and individuals have pledged 100 Per Cent Fair Share to this years Hays United Fund Drive pushing the total pledged and col lected to The goal iq Fair Share is one days pay or onehalf of one per cent of the con tributors annual Hays firms who have pledged their Fair Share since the last reporting are Farmers Cooperative Sun set Supply Fort Hays Hardman Lumber Hays City Drug Hays Daily Northwestern Type writer Dreiling Higher View Plainsmens Shade Son Contrac Home Furniture Great State Glass Pepsi Cola Bottling Schwaller Lumber Woods Rupp Motor Producers Gas Hays Ma chine SevenUp Bottling Duckwall Central Kansas Power Individual contributors were Max Glen Norman Jack James W Alfred Charles Flood attorneys Teachers Wrap Up Convention Today Delegates to the 101st Kansas State Teachers Association con vention headed for home today after attending two days of meetings on the Fort Hays State College A closing session at 2 in Sheridan Coliseum featuring an address by Arthur professor of education at the Uni versity of ended the an nual whose topic was Teach ers are developed the clinical training program in clinical psychology and directed the Personal Counseling Service at Syracuse University before joining the Florida An administartors followed by morning professional preceded the conclud ing general We must be honest in our apjfc Draisals of American education compared to education in other Paul Kennedy of University of told dele ates to the Kansas State Teachers Association speaking to teachers n a college and high school sec tional said that too often comparisons are made by citing best education from other coun while using an overall pic ure of good and bad in the United who traveled extensive y in the Soviet Union in 1961 studying its education Robert Kennedy Pauses Briefly At JFKs Grave ert senatorelect from New visited the grave of his President John F The former attorney genera walked slowly around the grave in Arlington National Cemetery then paused briefly with heac selected Russia for examples of Making a true investi gation of what Johnnie can do that Ivan cant presents a more real stic he The Russians are not happy their education the chairman of the education depart ment at OU told the In even Khrushchev criti cized their pointing out their many We have many good reasons for appreciating our own Explaining some of the many differences between the two sys he cited the family as one of the most Ivans family is merely a tool to be usec Delegates Turn to Page 7 Board Recommends Hike In Pay For RR Workers A presidential emergency board re commended Thursday that some hostlers and help ers on approximately 160 railroads receive a twoyear wage increase totaling 18 cents an President Johnson appointed the board to head off a rail strike threatened in a dispute between the railroads and the AFLCIO Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire men and A wage increase of pei instead of the hourly increase was recommended for several hun dred engineers represented by the Under the the firemens increase would be retro active to 15 and the engin eers to June Union and management nego tiators plan to meet Monday in Chicago to discuss the board The UAW said it had authorized a strike at a stamping1 plant at but the nit reached local agreement thla Ford has about produo ion workers and a total of 90 argaining units around the coun In recent weeks the com anys 17 assembly plants een producing about cars and trucks a Ford and the UAW reached entative agreement 18 on a ew threeyear national labor Todays strikes cams ver local contracts which supple ment the national pact and gen rally cover attheplant working1 Denise We have worked iligently with the UAW to settle hundreds of unresolved 1s ues many of which should not ven be on the bargaining1 We have brought to the local Auto Workers Turn to Page 7 BOB HOPE NAMED Hope was named today to be mas ter of ceremonies for the 37tT Academy Awards presentation scheduled next April 5 at Santa President To Spend Quiet Day At Ranch Johnson Johnson had a noappointments schedule today at his ranch home near Aides said there were no plans for the President to see any gov ernment officials during the clay nor to make any appearances out side the ranch The President has given no hint of how long he will remain in Tex the impression has Elect Munjor Man Head Of Ag Extension Counci Robert Binder of Munjor Rt Thursday was elected 1965 chair man of the executive board of th Ellis County Agricultural Exten sion Other officers elected during the Councils annual meeting were George sec and Darrell Appointed members of the board were Norbert Ellis Myrl rural Plainville Richard Hays Richard Walker Ivan and Leroy The new officers and board mem bers will assume their new duties January HOLIDAY SCHEDULFS Postal Siervice will be on holiday Viet People Asked To Give New Government A Chance1 To Rule number of highperformance comgrown that ha may stay anotherschedules Veterans pact cars in 10 and Thanskgiving South Viet 6 Iran Van Huong called on the Vietnamese people by radio tonight to give his two dayold government a chance to rule before tearing it to Huong urged unity and national discipline to save the nation from He spoke as various religious and political elements ap peared to be planning an allout campaign against his civilian re Student demonstrations were expected this weekend and the situation was Huong conferred earlier In the day with Ambassador Max well Taylor on the officials are known to be deep ly concerned the new crisis that appears to be I urge all persons of all Huong especially religious political youths and students and the whole people to help us restore the au thority of the country and to re store discipline in building up the country against As for the as man eople have it has som weaknesses that som But those people are per sons of good will who must tak nto consideration that this is n Iransitional government made u of brave people who will no hesitate to answer to the peopl when the country is in At a the studen group that initiated demonstration which led to the resignation o Premier Nguyen Khtiuh called fo dissolution of the new government The students were reported dis pleased with tho regimes ai nounced policy of separating pol tics from tho The key speaker at the studen meeting was to be Nguyen Xua who resigned as chairma of the High National Counc Thursday because political faction were not represented in the nev He said It therefore coul Viet Turn to Page Attorney Files A For New Sloomer Trial Here Attorney for convicted murderer larry Jack Robert Glass nan of Thursday filed a petition in District Court listing 1 reasons why he thought Bloomer should have another The motion is scheduled to be icard 13 by Judge Benedict Classmans allegations include of the jury and he defendant was not af orded reasonable opportunity to jresent his verdict of second degree nurder was contrary to the evi dence and the court acted erroneously in lenying several defense No certified copy of the against Bloomer were served on him or his attorney 48 lours prior to Tuesday was con victed of second degree murder for the fatal shooting of Al Clay WaKeoney police July This was the second trial for He was found guilty of first degree murder following his first trial and was sentenced to life in prison but he won a retrial on an appeal to the Kansas Su preme Sentence has not yet been FOOTNOTES tmaklny toa mush   

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