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   Herald Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1965, Logan, Utah                                jtan Coldest reading on the Logan thermometer last night was 17 with yesterday s high George had a fine Las Vegas San Francisco and Los Angeles The Herald Journal 308 Home Lighting finers Named LOO DECEHIER 1765 Harsh Storms Rake Areas Of Northwest Alighted Santa Claus 325 tiastAllred 85 East 1st SAN FRANCISCO A complete with Santa Claus and spot The Huppi display featured has captured nativity scene with silhou place honors in the 1965 Jayiettes surrounding a large cee Lighting Contest in An outstanding First pla announced There were many other homes this year that were extremely well Chairman Alan Plowman commented in announcing the powerful storm with winds api preaching 100 miles an hour slammed through the Pacific Northwest again today iug blizzard power failures and fear of a repiti J1AUW IT i AJA 11 111 CtllllUUJ place winner has of highlighted the tion of last years Christmas announced as the Lorin Lungman decorations which He added that the Jayeeesi week Webb Olsen home at 3lHhas a nativity scene on the are proud to sponsor the ani Winds up to 120 miles an East is Smith garage door and a lighted nual contest and are distreshour roared across garage star leading up to the sed to learn that some of the Oregon and Idaho Mon t VW AVtMA V1IUV OVA1IW VI Second place recognition Receiving honorable scenes and decoraday and dumped heavy went to the Ernest Huppt 782 East 9th and third place to the Clifford tion recognition wer e the tions going into the lighting anl snow on dozens of oom Owen Jensen 715 South this year have been stolen or virtually 10th and Elwin COMMUNIST GUERRILLAS practice with crossbows somewhere in the central part jrf South Viet according to caption material released by Chinese Communist The guerrillas have been using poisoned arrows as a weapon in IN WYOMING Critic Of Viet Policy In Hanoi NEW tUPD Staughton Lynd of Yale versity a leading critic of involvement in the Viet Nam and two men also By Paul Quinn United Tress International SALT LAKE CITY Elusive Lynda Bhd Johnson kept her date waiting for two and a half hours but finally arrived aboard a chartered plane to start a holiday visit in Wyoming and Miss Johnson planned to spend three days visiting withlMrsAlice wife of the prominent in the nations new left are in Hanoi on a pri at clL to f ty IV HflA Brent Eastmanand his family in He was at the Salt Lake Municipal airport to greet along with his a and a friend man automobile studied a from San John road map of After SecretService waiting nearly two hours the Eastman party got out of their car and had a sandwich 36yearold associate profes sor of said Monday night her husband and a Herbert a leading was there It was dark when Lynda Bird flew in at Three cars had been sitting alongside the airport building since patiently waiting lor the daughter of the Rivers and streams were able to handle the extra nre opitation thus far and there was no immediate But the Bureau issued a special bul Irtin warning that the main storm was now heading to ward California and a second storm was moving into the al ready soaked northern Inches The storms dumped more than 6 inches of rain on Cape Blanco on the southern coast of Oregon in a 24hour period and 5V3 inches drench ed nearby Crescent City on the northern coast of California had than two inches in six hours during the Grocery store clerks in the tiny community of reported a brisk busi ness in candles and kerosene lamps as area residents gear ed for another possible disas Last just three days before swollen riv ers throughout northern Cali fornia and the Northwest spilled out of their banks in a terrible torrent that swept through hundreds of commu Damage reached at least million and 43 per sons were v an Areljc mass senttemperatures fail ing to subzero levels across much of the nations northland from Montana to the Great Temperatures failed to rise above the zero mark in Minnesota sunset the mercury had dropped to 19 below at TEN CENTS Cloudy through with occasional storm snow at higher Slightly warmer peratures can be with highs near 40 and low hi the lower Rises F By tnitttl Vrnm International The Communist Viet Cong today offered the South Vietna mese a four day cease fire in Viet Nam during the lunar new year celebrations 2024 ushering in the Asian Year of the The offer came as developments at home and abroad brought increased attention to the question ol a possible truce and peace There was no Allied bul the still unexplained moratorium on air raids against Communist North Viet Nam entered the fifth B52 bombers G u a m also were inactive 11 though the war still raged in the The Johnson I tion remained silent on whe ther the air raids were halted I in hopes Hanoi would reply to illjA I the repeatedAmerican offers j of unconditional peace nego President Johnson AUSTIN Tex OJPI Pres was conferring at Texas jident Johnson and White House with Defense Secretary Robert S Secretary Robert genS Vietnamese today Stumbling Block including the truce that pre There were unofficial for 30 hours over ports Premier Nguyen Cao I TTtr Ditt I LBJ View BATTLEFIELD BUDDY system is used by Navy Corps man Bob of who was on hand for a rescue south of Da Peoples helps a wounded El1 BOOMERANG Ky of South Viet Nam was displeased with American peace efforts because his re gime is determined to win a military victory over the Viet Cong and because his govern ment has not been consulted Pope Paul VI was known to be hopeful the shortlived in Viet Nam could lead to a lasting settle Todays truce offer was New Reserve Force Is Built WASHINGTON new Army Reserve force totaling men could bfe ready to go to Viet Nam by July Officials said Monday the They gave up after She released a selected Army National Guard standing in a waiting room siSned bv the in which and Reserve now has been in Only two people waited to see the publicityshy Lynda Bird at the both Communist and Tho mas organizer of a leftist student left 19 for the Communist North Viet Nam capital They are due back some time in January and face sible federal prosecution for making the trip without State Department Minister Quits ROME UPD Amintore Fanfani resigned today as Ital ian foreign minister in controversy out of the role he played hi a recent abortive attempt to ne gotiate peace in Viet He blamed his wife for much of the a former Italian served as presi dent of the 20th session of the United Nations General As sembly which adjourned shortly before His resignation as foreign minister followed widespread publication of reported peace feelers brought back from the Communist North Vietnamese capital of Hanoi by Giorgio la Pira a former mayor of Flor The to drive in front of the carsfor an they said they hoped to con from Salt Lake directly to hour and a a distance of 83 Miss Johnson scurried tact representatives of the North Vietnamese govern U1U1 Vietnamese u 10 reacn ma witl vrn Mrs Eastman is a nursesiment and the National mark before next Ho de at the Wvnmine state riesiaeni HO built up to men since its creation last They expect it to reach the La a Christian Demo crat who had Communist sup port as talked in Han oi with North ivnas tlUUUaUIl SCLUIJeU u iiiciii aiiu me iXIUUIlal uviuic from the twinengine plane aide at the Wyoming State the political arm11Llst into the Eastman car in lesslMental Hospital in of the Viet The timing of the than i The Arnold TCastmnn farce buildnn tn 1flfl into the Eastman car in than a Miss Johnson dated East man on several trips to Northwestern He Arnold is a locomotive engineer for Union He stayed1 home in iNuruiwesmrn tie is a boatman for raft trips Bient said persons were killed and 754 down the Snake River fromad had not in traffic accidents Jackson Lake Lodge during Plans for the visit select force buildup to 100 per cent j combat strength indicates that it is intended to be ready for mobilization next sum or possibly if the Viet Nam war should make that Hnv i 8 lhree Defense Secretary Robert day Christmas POJ McNamara ordered the select PARIS UPD At least 85 the i icyuiicu meifivrpp tn hp prpfltnrl in A senior at the University while Lynda was on aldeath toll during the same shortest penod 2f time of California Medical summer period last vear was Eastman is also president the student La Pira told Fanfani of the al leged peace feelers and Fan fani relayed them to President Shortly after they were made Hanoi radio den nounced them as a As a Fanfani came under in Matters Miss Preda called him the holy The exchange echoed through the Italian press and Fanfani came under even sharper criticism for allowing the interview to take place in his In his letter of res ignation to Premier Aldo Mo ro he spoke of unjust and un founded criticisms and the unexpected initiative of a member of his His resignation as foreign minister had no effect on his unofficial status at the United His term as president ended when ad journed but by cus tom the outgoing president keps the title until a new broadcast by the clandestine Viet Cong radio and heard in It apparently not apply Aus New Zealand and other Allied troops in South Viet Nam but thebroadcast notentirely Similar Offers The Viet Cong has and lunar new years every year Last in a 31 7 held their But immed iately afterwards they at But the Texas House would specify whether they also talked about the fourdayold lull in bombings of North Viet Nam or the Viet Cong offer to the South Viet namese for a fourdaytruce during their new day which starts Over in a long earl yrhorning walk around the LBJ and back atthe Presidents ranch house Johnson arid Mci Namara continued that hadgone past mid night night Much of their according to acting Whitf House Press Secretary with the rising defense butfgeC At White Housepiess 65 from the Laitin told newsmen that the President also Had with other aides about spending plans for the next fiscal There some chance now because of new hard looks tacked the helicopter because of new hard looks base at event thatt possible economies it led directly the bombings of North Viet Nam A White House spokesman refused to disclose whether Johnson and McNamara dis cussed the lull in bombings of the north or the impact military or otherwise of the 30hour Christmas He also declined to offer any hints of Johnsons present thinking in relation to the de velopments in Viet is just possible the President may have to ask Congress for a short extension on the dead line for submitting the bud Laitin Without an John son under law would have to send his fiscal 1967 budget to Congress 15 days after the House and Senate reconvene Laitin said Johnson had telephone talks today with it had been coni Secretary of State Dean Rusk firmed that Pope Paul had relayed a message to John son expressing the pontiffs great pleasure over the Yuletide But Vatican sources the Pope was very disap pointed that the Christmas truce had not been and Under Secretary George Ball on international mat as well as one with Treasury Secretary Henry Fowler about general econ budgetary mat All in by 10 oclock this the President A former special assistant to have a full days ilio Into TT VT WOlk hpllinri him alvaaHir to the late Ambassador Adlai Stevenson charged Lynda Bird was expected to stay at the Eastman home until about She and Brent possibly will make a side trip or two to skiing areas around Salt Lake The trip from Texas to Utah was shrouded in secre Airport security police and others would not even acknowledge that Miss Johnson was coming through Salt Final arrangements for the trip were made by telephone between Eastman and Lyndon Eastman told UPI that Lynda Bird had invited Brent to visit her at the White House in While waiting at the Salt Lake airport for Lynda Bird to Brent thumbed through a skiing magazine while Secret Service agents a car alongside the East PU dav Christmas and Matters it was 1 fhe couple met last sumlice reported The created camc to a head when Mrsni would tlj Fanfani a Interview period last year was will have three six th bewteon MWD and 976 smaller Gianna MVP an ultra rightwing La Pira claimed that Miss Spain president is If the Monday that South Viet Nam assemby chose to hold a just as implacably against lal it was likely Fanpeace talks as Hanoi if not work behind him Laitin Wellsville TV Translator Should it be necessary to i at Mlss Spain wii secret Premier Nguyen Cao increase the number of troops Pleda had distorted his stateRebel Rhodesian Premier ian Kys refusal to take part in byn Uie Wellsvi11 in Viet Nam by a very large aild referred to Miss i Smith Monday was voted the unconditional negotiations to thereby depleting Distinguished Politician end the war while pinning i r subscribers tln Armys strategic reserves at af a unjof the Year in a poll held by the blame for failure on peace lne area the select force of AriKnown to He said she the local newspaper moves on the intransigence A g powcl my National Guard and orleven took lns okes of the Hanoi regime we were c more Clayton in a copy righted column in the J Island newspaper nQTIllGQ said Washington has kept1 ivin 0 vaum cao Translator Company to subscribers throughout my National Guard and llis ganized reserve units could be called up to fill the Still Undecided TWO YOUTHFUL New Rick Smith and Stephen have launched a picketsforhire business Thevh protest against almost anything for an hour per dem although bearded pickets come higher First Baby Of New Year To Receive Many Prizes George considered a possible Republican candi date for the presidency in Promptness counts first in To win u i j t j diDU lilt JlctJJIU ctim j IillUUKii S8 iaV2lThe Herald JournalLogynimust be parents of the first address of the parents must chanel 10 and 13 must send Miphiean ffnv Merchants New Years Contest i child to be born in Cache Valbe specified in written stateto your fee for einororrunfortheUS wil1 the alter 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Dem 1 eligible to receive uauic is n niffo at this j have announced plans to par The winning baby must beiinustbe received in the office ticipate m this years contest i born in Cache Valley of The Herald Journal by in addition to the mer Parents must be residems January but dont chandise the winner of Cache EXCt In the event of a the of1 total award will be divided as to The Herald Jouri babys of I equally as possible by an im sex aud name must subpartial New Submarine WPI Navy says it will commission its 34th Polaris missilefiring submarine in New London   

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