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Lawrence Daily Journal World (Newspaper) - August 10, 1972, Lawrence, Kansas LAWRENCE DAILY JOURNAL WORLD VOL 191 THURSDAY AUGUST 1972 10 CENTS TWENTY PAGES I te Docking Split Survey By JANE LEE JW Staff Writer If the 1972 Kansas gubernatorial election were held Wed nesday afternoon in it might have been an even In a survey of eight persons conducted Wednesday at Dillons Plaza on south incumbent Robert Docking and State Morris Kay each drew four persons were somewhat one thought STOUDT MOORE CHAFFIN LYTLE shed probably vote for the other more toward v Who would Bonnie 813 cast her ballot for she I think former John Anderson would be better than either I wont have a chance will I Though she still hasnt decided if shell even vote for a gubernatorial candidate this she added I would vote for Docking over I think I agree more with his basic HAZEL 927 doesnt particularly have anything against but I just think it would be nice to give someone else a chance for a I think Docking has been in there for quite a Id have to vote for 1657 I happen to be a Docking I think hes a good no question about Some of his policies seem to be okay and I do think hes done Ruth 734 says shes going to have to vote for I know him personally and I think he has a little bit better view of the youth who feels the youth vote will be an important factor in the November said she believes Kay will be able to attract more of vote than Asked if she objected to Docking seeking an unprecedented fourth she replied actually I believe the governor should be four years at a time HAROLD 2 plans to cast his ballot for because Im Republican and I think that the Repub TESCH SNEEGAS CARRICK SMITH Demo Nominee Seeks Debate Begins Trip AP George McGovern today kicked off the first major trip in his presidential campaign by challenging President Nixon to 4H a series of televised If he thinks his own record is better than the changes I why is he afraid to de fend that record in facetoface debates McGovern said in a statement handed to newsmen on the trip from Washing With a mate fi nally selected and the Democratic presidential candidate began a twoday swing to and New York Although no welcome had been planned at a crowd of about 100 persons turned out to watch arrival at the McGovern and his aides de scribe the New England jour ney as a listening trip to find out what is on the minds of vot The first stop is the McElwain shoe factory in a largely symbolic appearance for He says it was his appearance there last Feb 18 during the New Hampshire primary cam paign that he first fully appre ciated his appeal to bluecollar Thats the place where it be came apparent to me that these factory workers were sympa McGovern said in Washington Ive always seen that as the turn ingpoint in the But on this he in stead of making a speech to them Im going back to listen to ask them wjiat they think the next president of the United Staes ought to be concerning himself what theyre wor ried about Two 4H Families Celebrating By RITA ROUSSEAU JW Staff Writer Two happy families were still celebrating today at the Doug las County their treasured purple rosettes tucked away safely in handbags after 4H livestock judging Wednes The families are those of and Robert who will display the two grand champion swine prices with a host of and and William who have waited for years to reach the pinnacle of 4H sheep pro ject Nancy tcrcd the grand champion mar ket barrow in swine competition Wednesday afternoon at the Her won both grand champion and reserve champion honors with her breeding THE CHAMBERLINS all but hogged the other swine too Peggy had both first and secondplace senior Hampshire gilts and placed second in senior fitting and showing Dean placed first in junior division York shire gilt competition and sec ond in Hampshire barrow class John ranked second in the junior division Hampshire gilt class and second in heavyweight the first prize in lightweight crossbreed Ronnie had the grand champion market He has never before won a live Other Results On Page 15 stock award higher than a blue Nancy named her barrow Jack Rabbit because of his long that may have bean one of the features that led to the purple Hes real tall and and want these she casting a proud look at the grunting ani Hes with out solid and He doesnt have skin thats all sag and hes got pretty good lican which is a more conservative is I think that Kay is an upcoming man who can do a good job for Kansas and will strengthen the Republican which I think is essential for this years program both locally and he Pamela First and plans to vote for because I generally agree with him and she has no objection to a fourterm We need a Ray Carrick of Though he pointed out he still is he added he probably would choose Kay in He added that neither does he object to a fourterm if they dont louse up too much but I think he Docking has done JUNIOR SMITHS family has always been a Docking I just like the I think he has had a hard time with the Republican people he works but I think he does what he I dont object to four terms Its pretty hard for anyone to do much in one or two of 3020 Old Library Shuts Doors On Saturday Saturday will be the final day residents can check out books in the old Lawrence Public Library building at Ninth and The library will be open its usual 10 to 6 and the day will be much like any other But it marks the final day in the old facility before stacks of desks and card catalogs are carted to the expansive new structure at Sev enth and THE NEXT week and a half will be spent piling books into tote boxes which will be trucked to the new building two blocks arranging volumes on installing furniture and generally preparing the library for its opening A brigade of 18 youths will as sist with the move early next Books are to be loaded in boxes as they come off the shelves and rearranged on new shelves in the same Wayne head said this method will eliminate a timeconsuming resorting of KANSAS TRAFFIC DEATHS For 24 hours to 9 Thurs dayl For August19 For 1972386 Comparable 1971 period414 DESPITE HER PRIDE in her Nancy says she wont mind losing him to the slaughterhouse after the 4H livestock auction Friday night Ive got more at She started out with purebred she but now keeps three crossbred gilts and three The population re cently was increased by 11 pig Getting into the swine busi ness was Nancy says The family just started rais ing and I just started ing Hogs are easy to take care After graduation from Bald win High School next spring Nancy hopes to raise hogs fuiH ISNT THERE something a little unorthodox about an 18 yearold feminine hog farmer striking out on her own Nancys smile widens That tall blond fellow over there is my boyfriend hes the one who made me take this pig for the The potential farming partner is Phillip See Page 2 Losses As SV Units Score Gains FAMILYS STAR Nancy Chamberlain shows off her grand champion named Wednesday on the first day of the Douglas County She and her sister and brothers took almost half the awards in 4H swine JournalWorld Photo by Hank WARMER IS FORECAST Mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures are forecast for the Lawrence area Temperatures Friday after noon are expected to touch into the 90s while the over night low tonight is expected to be in the upper Precipitation are near zero per cent to night and however the extended forecast for Sat urday through Monday calls for a chance of showers in this region Sunday and Mon High Wednesday in Law rence was 80 and the low this morning was City Census Questions Arise By BRUCE EUICKSON JW Staff Writer Two questions are invariably raised in regard to Lawrences population figure does the total at hand include such as those at Kansas University where and how was that number arrived at in the first place A major discrepancy always occurs because the federal census includes students on the basis they spend nine to 10 months of the year in their college community rather than at their But the state census figure does not include the bulk of the leaving them to be counted in their home The total most often regarded portance and cities clearly found in the 1972 state as official is that supplied ay the State Board ol Agricul since it determines mone tary The Board of Agri culture gets its figure from the assessors in the various coun who may or may not include depending on local interpretations of guide Why the Board of Agriculture Simply because the Kansas Legislature gave the job to that unit with the idea of using the resulting population figures as the basis for state tax a form of WITH THE ISSUE of money the annual census takes on a great deal of im cherish the residency of their younger citizens far more than if they didnt receive such a In the state refunds about head buck to the cities a upon the basis cultural of the agri The question raised in Law considering the money that is at slake which could be used to fund the increased demand on its does the state census reflect the num ber of people that actually live here and require costly ser vices including city admin believe that there are substantially mure than the They offer two One the census does not include al students growth in dicators such as utility installa lions and employment show tha Lawrence may have gainec more than the 341 persons fron last year that the census 197 ON THE TOPIC of students the state legislature is vagu whether they should all b Under present guide said assislanl secretary o agriculture it See IS Postage Stamp Chutist Target As general manager of Suni flower Cablevision of John Dennis normally is inter ested in coverage of news events for Channel At this the 34 yearold sport parachutist will lelp make He and four other skydivers will leap from plane feet over the Douglas County will attempt to join hands for a fiveman star then will try to guide themselves to a anding on a postage stamp the Fairgrounds rodeo THE MASS jump will bo a prelude to the hotrod tractor pull that is expected to pack Lhc fairgrounds stands again to the way the demolition derby lured well over to the scene Wednesday Combining talents and nerve with Dennis for tonights para chute display will be Matt Far Jim Harry Shill and Bruce who have INDEX 1618 Comict I Daathi 15 Editorial 4 Markiti 3 Sporti Tola vision Womeni NBWI LOCAL FORECAST Full weather Page 5 l Sltivnr Koy performed at other local events such as the recent air show at municipal At the jump Dennis and all will clear the plane in a twotothree second The or man will spread out to slow his fall to about 120 miles an The last man will dive to boost his speed to 140 or 145 miles an to help him catch up with the rest of the They should complete a rende zvous at about then will wait until they are at about feet before opening their chutes for the planned drop into the They have an alti meter to gauge height and a stop watch for a and each man wears two a main chute and an All are veteran ITS QUITE a challenge to try to hit that Without any serious winds we should all be able to make Dennis said Wre sure hoping to be able to miss any cars in the parking But we all have experience jusl sport chut not m iitary service and it should be a pretty good Dennis has made over 600 jumps over a 10year period though hopes to be going another 10 years or We just hope we can put on a good show for the folks at the fair Dennis said mat as if leaping into a star formation and then hil ling a small ground area is as simple as gelling into his car and driving to SAIGON AP South Viet namese forces made their first gains in Quang Tri in two clearing the southern sector and knocking out 14 tanks to the southwest of the but they suffered heavy casualties in a major enemy at tack in the central field reports said A large North Vietnamese force shelled a govern ment militia group of about 300 men in the highlands Wednes day 20 miles southwest o Pleiku and 15 miles from the Cambodian The militia troops lost radio contact with rear headquarters and retreated from their defen sive losing 15 men missing and 2 field reports said The government troops later There was no firm count on enemy casualties but field offi cers estimated as many as 1CK North Vietnamese may have been killed by air and artillery North Vietnamese forces also drove about 100 militiamen from a nearby hamlet in a si multaneous but smaller attack Initial reports said two govern ment troops were one missing and two On the far northern front only isolated snipers remained in the southern sector of Tri but a 400man enemy bal talion held firm in the northern hah of the city which include the field reports A communique issued northern military headquarter in Hue said four supply truck were destroyed by South Viet namese bombers during threehour bombing raid si miles southwest of the provin cial The raid als knocked out the 14 tanks an illed 15 the commu ique Associated Press photogra iher Koichiro Morita reported rom Quang Tri that the ma ines advanced to the river that orms the southwestern bound ary of the It was their irst progress in two Morita said that marine units in both the southern and north ern sectors were receiving heavy mortar fire fom North Vietnamese troops on the oppo site side of the Thach Han Riv One marine unit fought with in 500 yards of the Citadel and claimed killing 61 North Viet namese Arms Pact Over Hurdle in House WASHINGTON AP The fiveyear limitation agreement on landand subma rinelaunched missiles was overwhelmingly approved today by the House Foreign Affairs Committee on a voice 1 Chairman Thomas Mot said a full House vote on the historic agreement signed in Moscow May 26 is scheduled for next Morgan said no clarifications such as those proposed in the Senate by Henry Jack were added to the House resolution in com mittee and said he expects none on the House The Senate has ratified the treaty limiting and Soviet antimissile sites but has de layed action on the fiveyear in terim limitations agreement on offensive weapons amid con troversy over White House backing of the Jackson amend VC Demands Stop Of Thieu Support PARIS AP The Viet long insisted today there is no other way to end the Viet nam war except for the United States to get out and stop sup porting the present Saigon gov Nguyen Thi negotiator for the stepped regime chief Viet up her attacks on the of President Nguyen Van Thicu of South Vietnam at the 154th session of the Paris peace She called it an adminis tration of repression and ter ror which was set up by United States to serve as an in strument of of the Binh declared that if the government really wants to reach a solution to the war there is no other way than at the same time as the total with drawal of the American troopt from South it stop supporting the bellicose group now in in The representative a the William Porter earlier told the Communists heir charges of war crimes by South Vietnam and its allies are unconvincing especially when set beside your record of severity and harsh ness during your current mas sive Regarding United States air and naval activities against North Porter told the Hanoi you are fully aware that you have called down these measures upon yourselves by unleashing your invasion of the He said that Communist criti cism that President Nixons peace proposals do not deal with political questions is ren dered meaningless by your fusal to begin the search for po litical solutions by discussions with South Vietnamese repre South Vietnamese dor Phum Dang Lam urged a ceasefire ho WOUW help chances for a political 4 nil V
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