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Western Kansas Press (Newspaper) - March 3, 1964, Great Bend, Kansas WESTERN KANSAS PRESS THE MORNING GREAT BEND DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS SPORTS FINAL MARKETS STATE and AREA VOL. 2, NO. 136 GREAT MARCH 3, 1964 SINGLE COPY PRICE 5 ISSUE 12 PAGES Crash At Lake Tahoe Results In 85 Dead By CY RYAN TAHOE Calif. Wreckage of a Para- dise Airlines Constellation that carried 85 persons to their I deaths during a snowstorm was found Monday near the top of an foot Sierra Nevada An Air Force helicopter found the wreckage early Monday morning and a second copter landed at the scene and confirmed that all aboard were The plane disappeared while approaching Tahoe Gallery port on the south shore of the lake as a sudden snowstorm closed m the Changes Destination The loaded with end skiers and changed its Charles de Gaulle poses with Antonio Carrillo the new who presented his credentials at the Elysee Palace in Cuba is one of the nations that has invited De Gaulle during his fall Hospital Segregation Outlawed By Court By CHARLOTTE G. MOULTON WASHINGTON The Supreme Court Monday let stand a decision barring racial segregation in hospitals built with help of federal The farreaching action could put an end to segregation in hospitals across the tion and attempted to get over the mountains for a possible landing at a Nevada Capt. Leroy pilot of the helicopter which found the said that if the plane had been 25 of 30 feet higher it would have cleared the ridge and possibly could have landed safely in He said the largest piece of i wreckage was the distinctive tail section of Constellation with other including scattered over an area of eral hundred Discovery of the wreckage ended a massive search by ground crews and boats that had started at dawn when weather cleared for the first time since the plane Boats on Lake Tahoe had joined m 'the search because of speculation that the big plane might have plunged into Lake Final radio reports from the plane indicated it was coming down over the lake on an ap proach to Tahoe Valley port. The sudden storm cut off visibility and Tahoe Valley does not have facilities for ment I The last report from the Henry 43, consisted of only two 901-----" Then there was On Nevada Side The plane crashed on the Nevada side of the Nevada line about eight miles from Tahoe Valley Bodies were to be brought out by Air Force search and rescue crews manning tracked vehicles and by sheriff's officers from Douglas Nev. The sheriff's office at said a jeep posse of about 10 men headed by Sheriff George Byers had Lawyers Battle In Trial The decision revolves around Community and Moses H. Delegation To Talk With Reds MOSCOW tion of U.S. government arrived Monday to begin talks aimed at easing Russian restrictions against use of big American ships carrying wheat to Black Sea But Igor M. Zverin of the Ministry of Merchant Marine did not hold out any immediate hope that this would be I is possible to unload ger ships while they are ing in the harbor but this makes for many technical and increased ex- he told Clarence D. U.S. un- of commerce for said such ex- penses would probably be paid by the He gave no in- dication whether the U.S. would help the shipper with Martin said was some talk of sending American ships to the Baltic almost all of the Soviet ports including grad and on the far east coast cannot accommodate ships which draw 32 feet or more at dock the 1946 Act which supports state hospital con- struction programs with In 1962, 11 Negro dentists and patients in N. filed a suit two hospitals Wesley Long I reached the scene and might bring out the first bodies day The Air Force said the bodies would be taken to Minden and Carson City in The Civil Aeronautics Board said an investigation team headed by Jack Carroll would attempt to determine the cause of the In addition to the 81 the plane carried a crew of including pilot Don 28, south San flight engineer Jack 33, and stewardess 29, the mother of four New Storm Moving In By United Press International A March snowstorm Monday swept the central an arctic blast huffed across the northern plains and heavy downpours drenched the central They asked for an gation order along with a re- jection of the but facilities provision that was written into the Act. A federal district court judge dismissed the but was overruled by the 4th Circuit The circuit court ruled that the would have to ad- mit Negro doctors to staff tions and provide unsegregated facilities for Negro The circuit court found that under the both state and ments were to bring the within the framework of the guarantees against Under the federal funds are granted to the states which in turn pay the money out of their treasuries in accordance with their own hospital building The states named in the pital appeal were South West Okla homa and In other court actions court denied a hearing to four New York Negroes who challenged a congressional dis- realignment on the grounds it created a Negro Unseasonably mild weather clung on in the East and much of the Middle Up to 8 inches of snow slugged northern and the snow accumulation at built to 14 incites over three days of stormy A 5-inch snowfall hit Nev. Salt Lake had 4 inches and Wyo 3 By PRESTON McGRAW DALLAS Ruby's lawyers erupted twice in anger demanded a and followed with another re- quest for change of Judge Joe B. Brown overruled them The defense contended some prospective jurors might have been influenced by circulation of pamphlets on The anger that brought a contempt citation to defense lawyer Joe A. Tonahill for hurling a pen in a temper erupted anew over distributed in the designed to keep Ruby from giving epileptics a bad The defense contends the slayer of Lee Harvey Oswald from psychomotor epi- causing impulsive acts during Tonahill said he would move for a Judge B Brown i challenges to dismiss jurors they dislike Dist Atty Henry Wade used one and had six to The first George was the 134th and Hie last of the inal list of 151-vemremen. The prosecution used its challenge on Mrs. Ro- Tonahill charged later during a state doesn't want a Negro or any other member of a minority race on the was the sixth Negro among the panelists The court brought in an tional 44 veniremen when the original panel of 151 ran out helia a Negro I with a paper New Horrors Revealed In Nazi Trials New Plan Submitted for Island Of Cyprus By BRUCE MUNN i a high ment official said Turkey UNITED NATIONS the resolution Five non permanent members of the United Nations Security Council Monday sponsored a resolution which skirted the treaty issue that balked said no harm had been j cms settlement and called for Gather In Chambers During a attorneys and a mediator for gathered in the chambers of Judge Brown and a mountain of a could be heard think you're subversive and you're a no-good citizen and a disgrace to trial by You're just trash and Some diplomats called the resolution produced by the Ivory rocco and Norway a distinct triumph for the government of Cypriot President Archbishop opinion was based on sion of a reaffirmation of the Present in the chambers treaty under which Brit- Turkey and Greece Maunce A. Melford of director of the National Epi- lepsy League Dropped momentarily were attempts to seat the last two jurors in the trial now in its third Melford and He said Turkey will agree not to use its rights to intervene m Cyprus for three months if an international peace force is sent to the torn Wichita Editor Calls For More Vigilant Press Kan education and a more vigilant press are essential if the public right to know is to survive the thinking machine John H. Colburn of chita said in a speech Monday at Southwestern The Wichita editor and lisher forecast that a major challenge to both and the press would come from he is the science of taking automated machines that do things and combining them with computers that decide to produce Colburn said scientists claim that within twenty years such machines will do original ing of the same level now being done by many average Motorists Without New Tags Can Be Arrested Tuesday Kan whose cars still carry 1963 license tags will be subject to arrest and fine effective Supt. L. A. Billings of the state Motor Vehicle Department said a second 50-cent penalty vainly to get into action Greece and Britain for will also go a girl passed out copies of de- scribing its symptoms and Belli demanded in court that the unidentified girl be cited for contempt and Melford Tonahill and chief defense at- torney Belli used the 18th and last of their Call For Speed On Farm WASHINGTON ate running behind lier timetables for opening tion on civil Monday moved to speed up action on a pending farm The first amendment to the farm was called up day night and set for voting teed the independence and con- of The 11-nation council met only to hear sador Alfredo Bernades prime mover of the formally expound the president last surrendered the chair to Ambassador Liu Chieh of Nationalist The viet Union and the two Communist council offered no objection to Liu's The measure calls for an peace force to be sent to with a loose link to the Security and for appointment of a mediator by U N. Secretary General Success of the measure de- pends on its acceptance by rus and the guarantor powers of the 1960 treaty Cyprus in principle and the sponsors were confident of full approval by But there was some Tuesday after a day in which j doubt Turkey would leaders had accept the resolution The wheat section of the would head off a threatened drop in farm income this year by raising price supports for growers who voluntarily limit Fantastic Spy Story Is Revealed By ALVIN SPIVAK WASHINGTON A Polish defector from the Soviet Secret Police has been feeding U.S. intelligence agents with information since 1958 which has led to arrests of important Red spies it was learned Monday The Polish Michal came to the ed States in 1961. He previously had been in contact with U.S. intelligence sources in The Red agent was given the new name of Goleniewski after arriving in this country with his wife to conceal his real He is understood to be living in New York and has provided much information to the U.S. intelligence According to one this information has been turned over to the FBI and in some cases has resulted in the ar- rests of important Soviet bloc agents operating Western world United against outside the the Maintain Contract U. S. intelligence agencies were said to be still ing their contact with The FBI refused comment on any aspect of the ton and Asked about the Journal American White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger White House doesn't comment on intelligence It was understood that the story was not consistent in re- spects with accounts ot the episode reaching The Journal American by Guy among other credited him with ing the Irwin N. Scarbeck The New York Journal and spy case in ican said Monday in a right dispatch that the Red defector had been a high ing operator in the Soviet KGB and had informed U.S. officials that Moscow had placed active in the Central gence Agency and the State both in Warsaw in 1961. Greater Scandal The Journal American story said naming had ton with details of what looms as a greater scandal than the famous Alger Hiss The Journal American story j officials sadi included one that the Soviet Secret or had been able to trate U.S. embassies all important countries abroad as well as U.S. agency except the this was one aspect of the story challenged Goleniewski was described by the dispatch as having been blocked by the CIA from testifying on espionage matters before Senate or House com- although the Pole and many lawmakers were said to favor such a In the Richards story said Goleniewski had been by amateurs and in the CIA and even kept from communicating his plight to responsible higher as did the United The position of the Soviet Un- whose veto could block its adoption by the de- pended on into effect Billings said fines for drivers still using 1963 tags usually run from to for the meanor Germany Hans an mastermind in Adolf ler's testified Monday that Nazi nurses who worked overtime to destroy handicapped children received extra pay and mas disclosure was made at his trial on charges in connection with cy during the Hitler At the Auschwitz war crimes trial in a former woman inmate said babies were burned alive because there was no room for Dr. Ella Lingens also said 700 women were gassed so their barracks could be told the court here that doctors and nurses serving in children's wards he supervised for Hitler's lory could get sation for if they He said most of the nurses and in addition re- a related that only once did local medical officials make when he showed them Hitler's secret de- cree authorizing the and asked them to set up a special children's ward to kill handicapped He said a Dr. head of the Ideal Sanatorium for the ward in the re- fused to have anything to do with the But he said wald was not because doctors were permitted to re- fuse testified that ex- cept for the Rhineland he had little trouble finding doctors willing t o participate in the wards for dren after he showed them ler's decree of Sept. 1, 1933. Hutch Judge Is Appointed To Supreme Court Kan. Gov. John Anderson Monday ed Hutchinson District Judge John Fontron as new justice of the Kansas Supreme The appointment of a to succeed ing Justice Schuyler Jackson of a changed the lineup of the supreme court to all MacArthur Sent To Hospital WASHINGTON cral of the Army Douglas Arthur entered Walter Reed Army Medical Center Monday for a check up on abdominal Under arrangements made personally by President the famed 84-year-old tary chief flew to Washington from New York in an Air Force Accompanied by his and his time military Maj. Gen. Courtney MacArthur then drove to Walter He was assigned to Uic tal's special suite which is reserved fcr presidents and other high ranking The brief announcement by First Army Headquarters in New York said the general would undergo and evaluation of abdominal It did not rate on the ailment or indicate how long MacArthur would stay in the the White House re- ported that Johnson had tele- phoned MacArthur upon ing that the military leader had been feeling ill. Press Secretary Pierre ger said that after talking with the President ar- ranged with Maj. Leonard commandant at Walter for the general's In his last public appearance birthday dinner oa Jan. 26 long-time military figure appeared in robust On that he was honored by a delegation from West Point Military Academy where he had served as Since 1951 when lie was marily recalled by then dent Harry S Truman as com- mander of U.S. and Allied forces in MacArthur has lived in in a New York He has spent much of his time writing his military memoirs scheduled for fall LANDMARK In a House President Johnson signs in- to law a landmark tax cut that means an average to weekly paycheck boost for millions of American Capsule Report from DPI and local THE MARKET Stocks crashed through to another all time high Monday on heavy trading Complete fi report on page 4. SPORTS Poor a on the Wichita University ball and their upcoming spring see sports on page 6. THE WEATHER Much colder with chance for ram or Winds becoming High in the Highs Tuesday in the in the 20's. Goldwater Still Campaigning By ALLAN N. H. Sen. Barry Goldwater crossed New Hampshire day for votes in the presidential primary eight days The Arizona Republican be- gan an intensive five-day which he hopes will mean victory for him in the nation's first presidential primary loting March 10. His closest Naw York Gov. Nelson A. will return Tuesday midnight and is expected to campaign down to the Goldwater arrived in chester shortly before noon and immediately embarked on shaking tours of Nashua in the southern part of the state and Berlin in the up Rockefeller and Goldwater are regarded as the leading contenders for the Re- publican ballots expected to be cast in the bellwether eight candidates have been entered in the Re- publican The large field could water down a significant for any one Strong support has been shown for write-in candidates Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge and former Vice dent Richard M. Sen. Margaret Chase the only woman evsr to seek the presidential tion of a major has made inroads in a folksy Another contender is former Minnesota Gov. E. sen who campaigned as an campaign stops have sparsely as an HS s w
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