Western Kansas Press (Newspaper) - April 6, 1966, Great Bend, Kansas CONTINUED FAIR TODAY THE GREAT BEND DULY TRIBUNE STATE and AREA NEWS SPORTS FINAL MARKETS VOL. 4, No. 162 GREAT APRIL Copy Sc ISSUE 8 PAGES Voters Decide Bond City Contests Voters went to the polls in several Golden Belt area cities Tuesday to decide several bond issues and a handful of c 11 y council In Russell a proposal seeking an industrial development mill levy received a 757-486 vote of The School bond issue at Hays carried with over 2600 voting in favor and 1179 voting In the airport improvement issue the question was carried with 2369 voting in favor and slightly over 900 In the City race Francis er polled over 2100 votes to win the seat over Alfred Harkness who received around 1100. A little issue was voted in Lyons when the people were asked to whether they would like to see a kash law for dogs The vote on this was 562 affirmative and Joseph Fink 213 116; in the third ward Darrell topher unseated incumbent hay Fisher 145 49; and in the fourth ward incumbent Joe Evans defeated Richard Alton Although there were four con- voters cast In ward 1.' Ralph Payne was re elected over Thomas Bisho 31-12; in the second Dr. Philip B s also three con- tests decided in In the first ward Robert Briscoe de- U.S. Planes Hit Targets Near Hanoi SAIGON Air Force planes penetrated within 25 miles of Hanoi to pound a major railway supply link between North Viet Nam j and Communist The was in retaliation for the terrorist bombing last week of the U.S. officers Victoria billet in reliable sources said The strike on Monday against a railway bridge 25 miles northeast of Hanoi was the closest to the North Vietnamese capital this According to the the raids were the direct result of recommendations to ton by Ambassador Cabot Lodge and Gen. William C. commander of American military forces in Viet who felt that the retaliatory strike was the only answer to terrorist bombs in In addition to the bridge 25 miles from the Air Force bombers pounded tions of the northeastern railway hitting the Phu Tho railway bridge 46 miles to the northwest and the ing yards 52 miles to the Wiechman 19-18; Delbert Jones James McDaniel 39-17 in the third and John McNutt de- Jack Steele in the fourth ward 32-23. In Great two contests for city council were V. Richard Hoover was elected in the third ward by a 204-37 vote over Gerald and Dick B. Evans was the victor i in the fourth with a 249- 52 edge over Mrs. Clay Hoisington City Council m a n Bob Smith was re elected in i for McMillan in the fourth Bob Glynn downed Em- mett 110-56 in a third ward council A bond issue for an addition to Hoisington Rural i High School was passed with 545 voting in favor and 327 against the a 218 At Dodge City incumbent Mayor Frank Mapel defeated Virgil Seals to for a second three-year A 000 library bond proposal was defeated to 1.667. IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR want to bloom out in their best but this one is far and away the most It is one of thirty peacocks owned bv Richard S. retired postmaster of Kansas raises his peafowls bv hand and has tamed them to come to him to be fed. I Capsule Report J from UPI and local THE MARKET The stock market staged another advance SPORTS See page six world of sports plus ing sports THE WEATHER Fair and a little Highs around 60. Lows near 35. northwest Peafowl Interesting Hobby For Postmaster By RETHA A. MURPHY QUINTER When Richard S. Ikenberry after twenty seven years as master in this he took up the hobby which had appealed also keeps guineas and bantam but the peacocks are his Since guineas are notably noisy and the peacocks duce a indescribable ally during mating the Ikenberry just south of O inter is far from a SAIGON Premier guyen Cao Ky. apologizing for Da Nang backed down day night from an armed showdown with forces and flew back to But new ing swept Saigon and rebellious officers defied Ky in the old imperial capital of In the mountain resort city of a throng of 1.250 demonstrating students seized a government cooperative office The students in Dalat previously had burned down the local radio station and and put the torch to a hotel that had been used for American servicemen on j While the Vietnamese tions continued their internal U.S. jets pressed the war against the penetrating to within 25 miles of Hanoi to bomb a major railway supply link between North Viet Nam and nist Reliable sources said the raid was in retaliation for the terrorist bombing of the U.S. Victoria billet in Flys In Troops The harassed South to discuss fhe crisis with generals of the ruling military junta the Buddhists want to overthrow in of a civilian Ky's backdown for the moment at a bloodbath m the It did remove the basic problem posed by the mounting feeling among Buddhist students and military personnel in South Viet Nam's northern The next move was up to the as one American official put it. didn't move all those marines in there for a training Confers With Rebels Before flying back to Ky conferred in Da Nang Tuesday with rebel leaders while troops and forces faced each other across and rifle sights and barbed wire barricades throughout the In Police and para- troopers waded into mobs of Buddhist students Tuesday night with tear clubs and gunfire to put down the second straight night of Tough Vietnamese paratroopers wielded clubs and fired over Tuesday handed out leaflets blaming government for the anti-American tone of demonstrations and people arc- friendly wnh tne Despite Ky's action in the restive nona situation in the area grew increasingly ominous with an- in 60 north of Da that the Vietnamese 1st Division hai thrown m its lot wita the government yard left It was the first time since last November that the line Unemployment Is Up Slightly WASHINGTON employment in March rose j slightly to 3.8 per cent of the work but there were solid job gains in the heart of the the Labor ment reported i The increase was of 1 per cent from the low February figure of 3.7 per cent. I The department said this largely was due to among but added that the increase also may have resulted from sampling Officials cautioned against placing too much emphasis on ithe saying the total was from President Johnson is certain study the March figures for ir possible bearing on his on whether to seek a increase to put an anti- inflationary brake on the nation's booming Despite the increase in age other job Soviet Union Discloses Its Economy Lags Behind Goals MOSCOW Soviet Union disclosed Tuesday that its economy is lagging far behind goals set for housing and consumer The Kremlin blamed former Premier Nikita Khrushchev and U.S. in Viet In presenting a new Soviet five-year plan Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin warned the people that some economic j goals set for 1970 have been cut bv 50 per cent of those envisioned by Khrushchev in 1961. The gloomy economic picture was outlined before the 23rd Soviet Communist party But the Soviet premier said the long-term Soviet goal of eventually surpassing the contacts to increase the sale of Soviet goods on the world Heavy Defense Spending aggression in Viet Nam has compelled the Soviet Union to increase expenditures of he He added the war in Viet Nam had prevented the Soviet Union from making cuts in military spending and greater tal investments in the peaceful branches of the The premier kept Khrushchev in the anonymity which has covered him since his fall 18 months But Kosygin's meaning was clear when he condemned subjectivism and an disregard for Id some of his flock to zoos in the Last year he had 57, this year he about They aren't priced as The hens are sold for and the cocks for One must also consider that a peafowl will live to twenty-five years of A mature peahen lays two or three eggs the ond year and increased about one to two eggs a year until it averages about eight eggs a One can remove the Hobby on Page Britain Seems To Be Winning Embargo Battle Mozambique tanker Tuesday and into this East African port with an oil cargo believed intended for Rhodesia's But Britain into Da some threatening to defense ministry Greek oil tanker nearing the approaches to Beira harbor in defiance of London's embargo on crucial me Minister Ian Smith's rebel The East Sth 1A Ajl f I IV Wll 111 1119 Are Indicted Launch Fails CAPE KENNEDY The fifth attempt to launch a Stargazer satellite failed day when its rocket engine ignited and then immediately stopped without leaving the launch It was the second engine shutdown for the rocket m less than a A spae agency spokesman said the 117-foot vehicle to be in a safe He said there was some engine ignition and then a quick Some Buddhist monks were the more than 1.000 throwing demonstrators forces who fought the pitched battles topple his that swirled through the streets around the ilic battalions of Buddhist Institute and the great marines made no Saigon move toward the city of Da Change In Tone Nang But they were still Previous Buddhist riots hart port maintains pipeline ready for battle as the premier assumed strong anti-American facilities to the Rhodesian returned to apparently But the Buddhists at 180 miles i In Prime Minister Harold Wilson summoned his 1 defense cabinet and overseas j policy committee to an gency meeting on the crisis i that erupted just five days after his Labor party was swept back to Britain also made urgent representations to Portugal to KANSAS Kan. Consumers A federal grand jury Tuesday tive Association Kansas City ten oil companies on American Co. of for of rigging bids in the Texas Denver Union bear heavy i sale of liquid asphalt to the Asphalts and Road Oils J of Kansas Colorado Oil i state of At the same the British The government said sales in- Colo American Oil government ordered the volved totaled more than 112 P craft carrier HMS Eagle and million gallons of two escort ships to search the valued at approximately SLi Oklahoma Mozambique channel for the people more refrigerators and television He also exhorted Soviet businessmen to extend their foreign trade nist North Viet had been The strike 25 miles from Hanoi was the closest U.S. planes have come to the North Vietnamese capital since ident Johnson ordered tion of bombing against the north on Jan. 31. the Harold the Labor Department's manpower than usual were reported in service and government Can't Afford Waste Enjoyed In The Past WASHINGTON ident Johnson earned his frugality campaign Tuesday to the federal ursing a on so the nation could afford to press ahead with the Great In another appeal for ing restraint in the face of an inflationary the ident asked federal employes for a shakeup in the ment status ways quickly become inefficient ways and cy leads to We have a war on he lust cannot afford the waste we have enjoyed in the Johnson spoke at an ture Department ceremony honoring employes whose cutting suggestions had helped save the department Secretary Henry H. Fowler urged bankers in a speech to reject ap lor productive that might feed The government also dis- closed fresh figures indicating the economy might not be heating up as fast as some advocates of an ry tax increase The Labor Department ed that the unemployment de- cline was reversed in when it rose slightly from 3 7 to 3 8 per cent of the labor Teen-age joblessness helped make the experts who already has appealed to Congress and his own Cabinet for less asked federal employes to invest spare cash in U S Savings Bonds and to be watchful for waste on the lob Controlling waste is like bailing out a leaking he have to keep at it. There is no time to All of our great all our great plans for America will come to nothing if we do not press forward with the spirit of Auto Vows To Get House In Order WASHINGTON The auto Tuesday opposed federal regulation of car safety standards and assured Con- gress will get our house in order in short time The pledge was made by John S. a vice president of Ford Motor Co. and chairman of the safety administrate representing the went before the Senate Commerce Committee which is considering President Johnson's traffic safety legislation Among other the could lead to federal regulation of auto safety design and construction The spokesman fied against a that would authorize the secretary of commerce to impose safety standards on cars if after two he had determined the industry had not made cient in the bile safety Bugas said the proposal could disrupt the industry and have on the U.S. cannot rule out the possibility of a serious ry mistake that could affect the jobs and incomes of the many persons who are dependent on automobile production and he The Ford executive said that the would give the i commerce secretary unlimited power to establish safety standards affecting the design and development of motor I of wishful thinking in economic planning and of setting bly high goals with a quent dislocation of Notes Farm Losses Farm failings also undercut past he and not but slow down the rate of growth of national income and material well being of the population genate adopted a resolution designating April 9 of each year as Churchill The date win the third of the day in 1963 wnen President John F dx a siving Churchill honorary upon return of the indictments to U.S. District Arthur J. Stanley Jr. the government filed a civil action seeking an injunction to restrain all the firms but ther alleged in the sale of asphalt to any customer in the United The concerns named in the in- Mobil Oil New Skelly Oil Co. They were charged with un- lawful conspiracy to eliminate All of the defendants except i Consumer Cooperative tion and Colorado Oil and Gas were named in similar indictments returned at St. is last July 28 and charging rigging of bids in asphalt sales state of The presence of the second was revealed shortly after a foreign office spokesman said the Greek tanker Joanna V would stay anchored offshore in Geira harbor until it This indicated it would not unload its tons of enough fuel to keep Rhodesia's economy running full blast for two THE BIRDIE Morse Says KY Being Kept In Power At Cost Of U.S. Lives Copyright 1966 la Turn WASHINGTON Wayne Tuesday called South Vietnamese Pre- mier Nguyen Cao Ky a and who was being kept in power at the cost of American a critic of administration was joined by Sen. Ernest in citing the civilian riots against the Ky regime as evidence that the U S. war effort was In a Senate Morse noted that Ky had threatened to execute the major of Da Nang for the latter's the kind of brute we support in Viet kind of tyrant American are to keep in Morse country can't justify administration can't justify it told the Senate could more completely reveal the the the and the bankruptcy of the policy in Southeast Asia than what is happening in Viet Sen. Milward L. citing the death of a Navy Lt. Philip Owen Robinson of told the Senate that men killed in Viet Nam deserved the to and without the restraint of hobbles causes me the test concern is the -in Washington and the chaos in neither of which allow us the luxury of a protracted in a nation teetering on the thin edge of both political and military he Their statements were in contrast to the reticence of a majority of senators who declined to say anything about the current Viet Nam ment Eleven Workers Plunge 60 Feel accident plunged 11 workers 50 feet mto the Delaware River Tuesday from g being constructed as a twin to tne Delaware Two men were Nine of tnc workers were injured when they fell into water or wet cement at an of the one-half mile Tne workers plummeted into the 950 feet from the Delaware Memorial j Bridge built in 1951. The accident ocurred aro ml 2 p m while several were at work at ends of the new span.