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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Albuquerque Tribune local forecast Clear Breezy this afternoon. Little cooler with afternoon humid showers tomorrow. R ski i a Howardi Kes . Pal. Olf. Vol. 43, no. 61 second class Posliff plod 1 Albuquerque. . Albuquerque new Mexico monday june 14, 1965 30pages in two sections Home edition Price seven cents 30c weekly banker at Denver Dinkle to give a kidney to his son in operation a Well known executive of an Albuquerque Bank will give one of his two kidneys to his son in a kidney trans Plant at Denver. The operation is scheduled tomorrow. He is Clifford e vice president of the Albuquerque National Bank. His son is Stephen 23, who has been ill with nephritis a kidney infection for the past four and one half years. The operation will be per formed at Colorado general Hospital by o special kidney transplant team from the University of Colorado school of Medicine faculty. One of Best the team is headed by or Joseph Holmes and or. Thom As Starzl who have participated in several kidney transplants in this Field. The Denver team ranks As one of the Best. Or. Dinkle and Stephen have been in Denver for the past seven weeks undergoing important tests which arc a part of the operation. Mrs. Dinkle who is a Mem Ber of the staff of the Berna Lillo county tuberculosis assn., flew to Denver yester Day to be with her husband and son. While she is away her relatives will be at her Home in Albuquerque. Also there is the Young Man s wife the former Alice Mclntosh who is a third Grade teacher at Mccollum Elemen tary school Here she and or. Dinkle were married Here one year ago yesterday. Stephen Dinkle s sister us son who just completed her Sophomore year at Scripps College in calif., is at Den ver Loo. Miss Dinkle is an artist. Both Susan and her brother War nerves reported in South China travellers to Hong Kong say Canton tense by Forrest Edwards Hong Kong june 14 i chinese travellers report red China s Southern Metropolis of Canton is very tense and suf Fering from a bad Case of War nerves. The travellers from Canton to Hong Kong report c o m Monist authorities Are whip Ping up War fears and urging older residents to move to Rural areas for safety. These travellers said Young men Are being recruited for military service on the red chinese of Hainan off ithe coast of North Viet Nam Jin the Gulf of Tonkin. Some Hong Kong newspapers speculate that a War preparation evacuation has begun. Western intelligence sources Here said they had no immediate confirmation of any mass movement of people. But they did not discount the possibility that communist authorities were whipping up War tension in an Effort to move some civilians out of crowded Canton which now has a population estimated Al More than million. Some Western sources be Lieve it is Parl of the pro Gram to Force unproductive Industrial workers out of the cities and into agriculture. Viet Cong successes cause gloom in Saigon larger . Role is expected Are graduates of Valley High school. Stephen is a univer sity of new Mexico student. He is six feet two inches tall and before he became ill was a capable golfer. It was at Unm that a social fraternity initial Ion figured in triggering the c r i i i c a 1 Dis ease that has afflicted the Young Man his Mother said. About four years ago the fraternity put Stephen who was its pledge through a grueling set of riles mrs. Winkle said. Became Iii during this hell week Ste phen became ill with a Streptococci Throat but the fraternity would not let him come Home for treatment for about a week she said. The doctors have told us that this led to the nephritis with which our son was stricken a Short Lime mrs. Dinkle said. Young Dinkle went through with the hell week ceremony but after it was completed he dropped out of the fraternity. Through the Long ordeal of his illness the student has maintained his courage and his sense of humor. He has had 100 blood transfusions. Sixty six of them have been since last october. The Success of the opera lion will depend on How Ste phen s system reacts to the kidney from his father. This is the critical part of the opera Tion. The Denver team will re move Stephen s two kidneys and spleen and then trans Plant one of or. Dinkle s kid Neys to his son. An operation of this Lype will necessitate Many blood transfusions and friends of the Dink los arc preparing to give them blood. Blood can be Given through the South West blood Bank Here and it will be welcomed by the fam ily. The Dink los have lived Here for years. Or. Dinkle a Grad uate of Unm has been with he Bank for Aboul 32 years. When he was younger he was Active in the Albuquerque lilt a theatre and appeared As an actor in Many plays. Mrs. Dinkle also has been a lilt a theatre actress for years. It was it the Lillic theatre that they met before they were married. Stephen was a sixth year architecture student it Unm when he was stricken a few months ago and forced Loen Ter n Hospital lie was flown to Denver and had to use n wheel chair. Or. Dinkle look an part incl near the Hospital in Denver when he first went there seven weeks Ngo the Young mini s Mother Sisler and wife will stay there. Clifford e. Dinkle la Best known to his i rinds by his Stephen Dinkle nickname which goes Back to his College Days. He and his wife have been major supporters of the civic symphony and he is now pres ident of the Albuquerque Petroleum club. Dinkle was president of the symphony Board several times is a former member of he Little theatre Board and a former ves Rymun at St. John s episcopal Cathedral. Gunfire erupts in Sanfo Domingo Santo Domingo june 14 up officials today re ported the first Exchange of gunfire Between rebels holding a dominican one Square mile sector of downtown Santo Domingo and latin american troops of the inter american peacekeeping Force. Official sources confirmed the fighting took place late last night Between the insurgents and brazilian troops guarding the downtown National Palace. It was described officially As one of seven cease fire violations by the rebels in a 24-hour period ending last Midnight. No casualties were reported in the Exchange around 11 . Rebel troops fired first at the brazilians of the organization of american Stales Force and the brazilian soldiers fired Back Oas sources said. It was not immediately known whal weapons were involved. Blair e. Drum Dies in California Blair e. Drum former Man Ager of the Albuquerque coun try club died saturday in los Angeles after a Long illness it was Learned Here today. Or. Drum was manager of the country club Here in the Early 1050 s. He is survived by Liis widow and a slip daughter. Funeral services will be held tomorrow in los Angeles. Inside your Tribune today comics_______________b-13 crossword puzzles-------b-13 editorials .------a-4 Fleeson _______________a-4 Harrison ._.a-10 inquiring reporter ____a-12 markets.____b-14 b-13 a a a-4 a-4 b-l-2 a-4 ____b-5 patterns Polly s pointers. Pony express. Public forum sports Taylor Heaters to i Nguc. A-15 to review. A-15 weather data .a-10 Wilson .a-4 women s news.a-8 the reds have been drum Ming the need for increased agricultural workers for Sev eral months. Internal propaganda however Oiler sources see military motives. Or quasi military they believe the reds Are using increased War pension including urging flight to safer areas As internal propaganda in Hopes of securing More cohesion among the populace should War come. There is also some belief Here that the reds by seem ing to prepare for . Strikes against the China Mainland Hope to convince the United states that China is about to Send troops Inlo the Vietnam Ese War. Behind this is the theory that China still Hopes to frighten the United states into at least relaxing the air strike pressure it has been putting on North Viet Nam. Saigon june 14 up combat ready battalion of u. S. Paratroopers assembled today at an air Field Aboul 20 Miles Softli of embattled Dong Xoai. The move put american ground forces in an Offen Sive position for the first time in the Viet Nam War against the communists. A u. S. Military spokes Lan said the paratroopers Vinh at the request of the vere moved up to Luoc government of Viet five Days of fighting in the Dong Xoai have caused an estimated casualties on Agenda the City commission to Morrow will consider contrib uting toward a sidewalk widening project on one Side of a downtown Block. In addition to widening the sidewalk from 10 feet to 18 feel plans Call for pulling in Trees planters and designs. Seven parking spaces will be replaced the extended sidewalk. Tons of by the present sidewalk will Sec be ripped up and new Concrete poured. This work is the first phase of the Albuquerque downtown project expected to be put into effect. The area affected is on the North Side of Cen iral new Between third and fourth Streels. Property owners and Mer chants on that Side of the Block Are expected to con tribute about if the cily commission approves the City maintenance division will do the project planner Jose Yguado said. Or. Yguado s firm will Over see the work. It will take three to four Cess to Complete this phase of the downtown project he estimated. A new sidewalk will he poured for the entire North Side of the Block he said. The extended portion will be poured first while pedestrians Are using the older part of the walk. This will keep traffic problems to a minimum. The new 18 foot wide Side walk will narrow near fourth Street so that a turning Bay can be constructed Gundo said. The same number of traffic Innes will exist with the sidewalk bordering on the Northern outer traffic inn. Plans Call Lor widening sidewalks and doing Awny with Street parking on both sides of Central Between Sec Ond and eighth streets. Of children and War two Small vietnamese children watch two american paratroopers of the 173rd airborne division near Photic Vinh Airstrip. The paratroopers were dig Ging in for the first american Offen Sive in the Viet Nam War. Up . Troops sent War Cabinet into Battle position in Saigon both in Saigon and Washington today somber air of apprehension and uncertainty prevails. Amid the political upheaval in South Viet Nam the worsening military situation a grim count Down of some sort seems to be on. Mow for to go and what then from Saigon Scripps Howard staff writer Walt i Send Niburg reports in details the almost fatalistic mood coupled with some doubt that even the americans can save the situation. From Washington Scripps Howard staff writer r. Ii. Shackford portrays another mood one of Tak ing off the limits a feeling of Grimness but not defeatism and what we still might do about it. By r. Ii. Shackford sir lips Len word stuff writer Washington june 14 by Walt Friedenberg Sorrl Jim Iio Wiiri a lilt Weller Saigon june 14 a wave Stock prices drop again new York june 14 i Stock Market prices fell sharply late this afternoon. Trading was moderate. At 2 . The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was Down 9.05 Points to 872.65. The decline was a continuation of the Steep drop last week which was interrupted by a moderate rally Friday. There s no said one Market analyst. Some brokers said invest ors were worried by the United Stales More Active role in South Viet Nam. South vietnamese sol 14 and communist e c Diers guerrillas. American recon Naissance pilots reported that at least 225 guerrillas were killed yesterday in . Navy air strikes against communist positions six Miles West of Dong Xoai. Seven americans were known dead and 11 others were missing in the fighting. Fifteen americans have been wounded. Cut to pieces a u. S. Spokesman said vietnamese rangers probing North of Dong Pooai during the Day discovered the bodies of More than 100 vietnamese troops in a rubber Plantation five Miles North of the Vil Lage. The vietnamese troops were Cut to pieces when they landed by helicopters last Friday in an attempt to re Lieve the besieged Garrison at Dong Xoai. Also found was the dog lag presumably from one of the american advisers with the massacred unit still listed As missing. The rangers also discovered the wreckage of one of the . Helicopters downed by communist ground fire hut there was no sign of the crewmen. The spokesman said other units of vietnamese troops were cleaning up the divas Sce . Troops Page a-9 Saigon. Viet Nam. June increasingly lifted. United Stales military in of apprehension a foreboding solve men in the vietnamese of disaster is creeping up on still is limited but if Saigon there is a gloomy Al necessary these limits will be most fatalistic mood among Morris to capital u. S. Rep. Thomas g. Mor Ris d-n.m., will Fly Back to Washington tonight from Albuquerque to attend a 10 . Meeting tomorrow of the House appropriations com Mittee. He came to n e w Mexico to address a Highway conference Al Santa be. Baseball today National league new York Al Cincinnati pills Burgh at St. Louis Chicago at Houston night Only games scheduled. American league new York at Cleveland twi Baltimore at Boston Only games scheduled. Trigg wants gag Rule spelled out Pace by Bra Vilii culion plan is rapped Al South n e r a 1 s a 10 com Viet Nam a every Prospect military c Many vietnamese and Ameri cans alike. H War formed member Mittee today to give t country a g o v e r n maj. Gen. Nguyen Van Thieu defense minister in the j government of Premier Phan land political is that a much All this is born from the Thi ii Huy Quat who resigned Fri Day was named chairman of the ruling military committee. Thieu in effect becomes chief of stale although a civilian. Phan Khac suit re Mains for the Lime being As caretaker chief of state along with qual. The military leaders a n bounced their move Over Viet Nam radio and said Thieu and his committee would set up a new government and organizations along with a War Thieu had said earlier in a radio broadcast that the country s next regime must be a War he declared this situation cannot drag on indefinitely otherwise the sacrifices of the military on the front lines would be in vain. Thieu said eight months of civilian Rule had hampered prosecution of the War against the communists. He called for a sweeping austerity pol icy to help the War Effort. Greater u. S. Military of hard hitting Suc ment will be attacks by the Viet american scabies and around the country. Bat engineers on the is compounded by an end arc gelling the land ready the four months Effort at Viet Rule and a return to the South vietnamese of the generals who shown that they can not a new twist this time were vent defeat on their own by Premier Phan Huy with More than a year resume a political role. Slowly increasing u. S. The p o 1 i t i c a s crisis the United states Petty political Bicker to be tested in a larger which the militant anti but the mood at the catholics and Souther Levels in Washington is suspicious of northerners even if it Means land War on the Mainland of Asia the government exploited irresponsibly and then is americans must make into a major political undesirable not seeping into the som the mood Here is grim mood the City is a not defeatist. The that even the Amerl see capital papa sa1gox, Pape a la no record of . Police bypass fears exaggerated afternoon breezes Here Buller treatment for lower ranks Page b-3 Diin Birlon girls work at Truchas Page a-14 Bureau shelves Power line plan j the weather picture today Pace a-13iwas dear and Bright but it May Sway a bit from after by speaker praises work at girls state Here by Marls Duran the auxiliary to new mexi co american legion was lauded today for doing in outstanding service not Only to the youth but to the a extending the Praise was Kny main speaker it girls slate hut that if other slates arc doing As Well As this one i have no dedication stressed i have never found a group More he added. Kay said lie has found the icon Are girls who attend the week Long session of Govoni Mcnol session to san la in Progress Al univer sity of new Mexico or. Kay vice president of Public of airs at Lubbock Christian College is making his fifth consecutive in null n p p c n r Ance at girls stale Here or. Kay sold he is most fall Lar with new Mexico be keen Sharp individuals who Xvi no to accept Chal Lenges. The youth of Loday is scorch in or something Kny said and what they really need is n canuso they can under stand. He sold the fact ate girls put a-2 noon breezes. Tomorrow the weather Man says skies will turn partly Cloudy it will be a lit Lle cooler and there May be some afternoon Ihu Dershow ers. High temperature expected Loday was near 00. I i i g h tomorrow will be near 80. High yesterday was 88. Lows tonight will be 5c at the Sunpo ii and 54 in the Val Ley. Lows this . Were 55 Al the support and 51 in the Valley. Normal mean temperature this Date is 75. Extremes were 101 in 1039, and 44 in 1030. The humidity Al 9 . Was 31 per cent. The Sun will Rise Al to Morrow and will set Al the Rio slag this morning was g.04 feet Down from the 0.3s feel recorded yes Cray. The River flow this morning was cubic feet per Sec Ond. By Pete Pence chief county probation offi cer George Gargoura has been informed by the new York City police Depar Lenl that it has no records of score a so called anti poverty Anli delinquency organization. Score stands for Street Corner offence reduction Experiment. It has recently Al Temple to organize Here. Last week four members including an officer of the group were arrested for investigation of assaulting a i the 5900 Block of West Central Avenue. Dave Corgan 142 Tennes see be told police 10 to 15 juveniles beat and kicked him after he told them to Slop throwing a cat in the air. Held in the arrested four Are in the detention Home. Police Are searching for others who escaped. Two Young organizers told probation authorities Here Carlsbad s temperature soared to n 104 yesterday giving that Community Hotshot honors in now Mexico. Cool est reporting stations this morning were Zuni Grants and Las Hogns each with n Low of 40. The pollen count loony was 7, presbyterian Hospital Cen Ter reported. Poverty War office opens Albuquerque s poverty War office opened today at Community Council office 122 Sec Ond so. Clarence Gailard appointed to the Post of exec ulivo director said he is seek ing a couple of surplus fed eral government desks. He hire a Secretary soon. Requirements arc that she be Able to Lype Lake shorthand file and do other office work. Score is headquartered in new York where they asserted it has been effective fight ing youth poverty and Delin Quency. In a Telegram to or. Gargoura new York police chief inspector William j. Mcquade said his department had no records of the organization. As a matter of fact. In Spector Mcquade asked the probation office Here for in formation concerning score. Gargoura said. Mcquade asked tor full particulars include in the organization the alms the method or operation and Low Long score has been operating in this area the probation officer said. Tom Cooper probation officer who attended one of the score organization meet Ings Here bul who has been sceptical of it said he found the Telegram particularly or. Cooper said one of the organizers of the group the new York police has t heard about claimed score has eradicated delinquency on new York s East pays them to be good1 the organization supposedly pays Money to delinquents to be Good and the delinquents then Tell other delinquents it pays to he Gargoura said. Score also reportedly buys automobiles for members. But probation officers Here Haven t been Able to find out where score gets its financing. Gargoura said last week score has attempted to pressure his office into re leasing the four arrested members from the a Home. They will not be released and will definitely go to juvenile court Gargoura said. 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