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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Ardmore, Oklahoma I i okla. Historical society historic amp a. Building comp okla. City okla 73100 Grid workouts begin tuesday see Story Page 8 Southern Okuhama Dinon Quot Southern Oklahoma s greatest newspaper 73rd year no. 249 Ardmore Oklahoma monday August 14, 1967 Price 5c photography contest mrs. Mildred Franks right poses mrs Jane Prince for a portrait for the photography contest that is one of the divisions of the Carter comity free fair. 13ie fair is scheduled to run sept. 19-23. Annual Carter county fair set at Fairgrounds again the 19th annual Carter county free fair exhibit of agriculture products livestock household articles and other products will be held sept. 19-23 in the exposition building of the Fairgrounds in Ardmore. Together with the free fair will be special entertainment for both old and Young. Dead me for All entries is noon sept. 19. A display Case far cd nning has been add Isoif p. Taylor of the wait Board. Also this year will be two opens of bulls on display tuesday through thursday noon and a fireworks display at approximately 10 . Saturday sept. 23. Kids Day will be Friday sept. 22. The opening night of the fair sept. 19. Will be filled with special events All which begin at 7 30 . Superintendents of to in Frog jumping contest Are Bill Stringer a id Dick Kortemeier. Joe Owen Herb Upchurch and Bill Knight Are superintendents of the amp it Reshoe pitching contest while Don Mcguire Bill Carpenter and Andy Monson Are superintendents of the Broad jump contest. At 8 30 . Wednesday sept. 20 will be judging in open and Junior classes of Swine. All animals placing third or better will be returned to their respective pens. Those not placing must be removed from the fair grim is not later than 8 . Tiie next Day. First second and third place prizes win be Given in the class is sow and litter sow Over one year gilts under one year but Over four months boar oct four months but under one year and boar Over one year. Ribbons will be Given to the grand Champion boar and the grand Champion female. Chester Whites Hampshire Duroc jerseys berkshires Poland chivas and All other Breeds Are eligible. At 9 . Wednesday All clothing open class household Arr tides Crochet quilts baked foods decorative arrangements club caning open Canning open miscellaneous and Home management items will be judged. 4-h club girls exhibits Junior crops open class crops and poultry will also be judged at 9 . Photography judging will take place at 10 . We tuesday. Salon prints May be portrait or pictorial with three classes in each division. Only the title is to appear of the front of each print with Ute name and address of the exhibitor on the Back. Prints must be 8 by 10 inches or larger or mounted on 16 by 20 Inch mounts unframed. Salon prints w�o1 be judged on composition mint Quality and human ii Terest. A separate snapshot division will be judged on subject matter Zerrie John Williams and Ivan Lawson professional photographers will judge the exhibit. Persons interested in exhibit ing photographs should Contact mrs. Mildred Franks department superintendent Ca 3-8483 or Ca 3-0739. Judging in tiie sheep division will take place at 10 30 . Both open and Junior Dassel will be judged. Classes include rams one year and Over rams under one year Ewe one year and Over and Ewe under one year. Ribbons win be awarded for the grand Champion ram and grand Champion Ewe. Lambs must not show any permanent Teeth. Suffolk Shropshire Ham Shire Southdown Dorset and Western Ewe Breeds Are dig Ible. Wednesday at 4 . Will be the judging of 4-h and homemakers booties. Beef cattle both Junior and open divisions will be judged at,7 . That Day. Classes Liffler tinder one year bulls one year and undo two years bulls Over two years heifers calved after Jan. 1,1967, heifers calved after sept. 1, 1966 and before Jan. 1, 1967, heifers one year and under two years cows Over two years pen of bulls under one year and pen of two bulls one year and under two years. First second third and fourth place Cash prizes will be awarded. Ribbons will be awarded to the Champion Bull of each Breed and the Champion female of each Breed. Premiums win be offered to Holt med herefords Jug used hero charolais. And Aniis Quot Breeds. Also at 7 . Wednesday see fair Page 2 ready arguments Washington apr president Johnson Stop fiscal spokesmen Are ready to argue that painful As it is to raise income taxes it would be More painful to let inflation Cut everyone a purchasing Power. Johnson Scall for a surcharge of 10 per cent on the income tax owed by individuals and corporations starts its series of tests in a Congress whose members Range from grimly resigned to hostile to the proposal. Treasury Secretary Henry h. Fowler budget director Charles l. Schultze and chairman Gardner Ackley of the Council of economic advisers were assigned to the opening presentation today before the House ways and Means committee. Johnson in a series of sessions with House democrats has Laid out the main lines of the administration argument a deficit possibly approaching $30 billion would mean inflation higher interest rates scarce Money for the Small business and individual Borrower and quite Likely disaster for the Home building Industry. The opposing argument is that the Economy is not so Strong but that a Burden of the magnitude temperatures 1967 1966 High yesterday .86 89 Low last night. 59 72 10 45 . Reading .76 82 data recorded at fire Static forecasts local a Clear to partly Cloudy and a utile warmer today through tuesday. Widely scattered Thunder Ewers tonight and tuesday. Lows tonight 60 to 66. Highs tuesday 89 to 94. Proba Lity of precipitation 30 per cent torn and 20 per Ceia tuesday. Five Day for the period tuesday that ugh saturday temperatures in Dahoma will average two to four degrees below Normal West and five to of tevet degrees below Normal Central and East except two to five degrees below Normal in extreme North Central and extreme North portion of the Northeast. Normal i Are from 87 Dorth to 97 South Normal lows 60 Northwest to 75 Southeast. Precipitate pm will average one third to one Inch West and. One half to one Indi cd itral and East of the proposed tax increase might depress it and actually reduce instead of increasing the governments revenues. Chairman Wilbur d. Mills d-ark., of the it ways and Means committee expressed a widespread congressional feeling when he said a i am absolutely Mills added sunday the proposal a certainly faces a very difficult Uphill battled and he sees no congressional or taxpayer enthusiasm for any tax increase. Mugs called the proper a a about the toughest Proi it Osi Tiona Johnson has faced in the Field of legislation. But Fowler said sunday he believes there will be no need for Compromise on the plan once Mills committee a is fully confronted with the sen. Thruston b. Morton r-ky., said he believes if a surtax is voted it is Likely to be six or seven per cent instead of 10 per cent. He said he thinks Johnson has Only a 50-50 Chance of getting any surtax approved by Congress. Mills spoke on a radio to la vision broadcast in York state Fowler on abcs a issues and answers and Morton on metro Media so opinion Johnson made one move saturday to demonstrate his stated intention to hold Down some types of government spending. He vetoed a Bill that would have provided More life insurance coverage for 2.5 million Federal employees and would have Cost $61 million the first year. He also told Congress not to go beyond a 4.5 per cent increase he has recommended in Federal pay. The president said the insurance Bill would Cost too much when there Are More crucial needs for Federal funds help for a children the poor the elderly and most important american fighting men in Johnson had proposed an insurance revision costing $13 million. The Congress approved measure would have increased the Federal share of insurance premiums for government workers from one third to two fifths and Widd have increased coverage by up to 100 per cent. His pay raise warning was aimed at pending congressional moves to add an extra $1 billion to his recommendation. He said that would equal a two per cent tax surcharge. Bombing near chinese Border raises juror solons disagree on targets jury convicts Dean Andrews Saigon a . Warplanes struck for the second straight Day today at North vietnamese targets just 10 Miles from red China a Border along the major Railroad from China to Hanoi. The attacks sunday and today were closer to the chinese Border than any previous air raids in the Vietnam War. Navy a6 intruders and a4 sky Hawks from the Carrier con it Stellatino in the Tonkin Gulf raked the Lang son Railroad bypass Bridge 63 Miles North of Haiphong. Pilots reported drop Ping tile Southern Span of the 360-foot, four Span Structure. A . Military spokesman said the Bridge is half a mile East of the Lang son Railroad and Highway Bridge which was knocked out in raids near the chinese Border sunday. The Navy said the Bridge was one of two bypass Bridges being built by the North vietnamese at Lang son to link Viritha the major rail line. Other Navy pilots from the Constellation hammered a rail siding South of Lang son and pilots said they a the tracks in several r -. The pilots reported they encountered Only Light antiaircraft fire. No planes were reported lost in the latest raids but the . Command announced that in saturday 151 attacks on the North an f105 thunderchief and an rf4c reconnaissance plane were shot Down by ground fire. All three crewmen were Orleans apr a jury convicted Dean Andrews today of lying to a grand jury about a mysterious figure in the alleged Orleans plot to assassinate president John f. Kennedy. Guilty on three of five perjury counts the criminal dist. Court jury decided at 1 30 ., after deliberating two hours and 40 minutes. A i really complain said Andrews with a heavy sigh moments before he was hustled off to Jau. A if i did no to have bad Luck i have any at defense attorney Harry Bur Glass immediately announced an Appeal who be filed on Many Points of Law. Judge Armik j. Shea did not set a Date Itaf sentencing Burgl fuss so in Andrews 44, will not be eligible to Bond until he has been sentenced. Maximum sentence would be five years. The Case went to the jury before Midnight after Marathon debate for five Day Sand include de a sunday session so unusual the judge had to Check the Law books to see if it was Legal. The trial was before a five Man jury because the charge of perjury is a mind Eleamor under Louisiana Law. Twelve member juries Are reserved for felony cases. In final arguments the state accused Andrews of trying a to play games with the Orleans Paris a grand jury which is probing am alleged assassination plot. On the contrary said Bur Glass what the state truly indicated to Andrews was a a in Ell us what we want to hear Dean and then its a five counts of perjury against Andrews a lawyer who once advised Jee Harvey Oswald on min i a Legal matters were filed primary because he said he could not identify Clay l. Shaw As the mysterious Clay Bertrand. Of abduction just a hoax Oklahoma City apr Hopes of police for leads in the baffling disappearance of two Oklahoma county girls plummeted again sunday when four children admitted their tale of being abducted saturday evening was a hoax. One of the children 8-year-old Leonard Scott admitted to police the children made up the Story because they had gone too far from Home and were afraid their parents would punish them Oklahoma City police detective Jerry Legg said. A they concocted the Story because they were afraid they a get whipped for being so far away from Home a it. Jim Reading youth Bureau commander explained. A i think the feat of getting whipped the fact that Oklahoma City Borders on Public hysteria of a Loose child Abductor and All the police cars whizzing in there helped those tears flow a he said referring to the convincing crying done by the children As they told their Story. A i expect they May cry some More when their parents get through with the Man the children described As their Abductor closely fit the description supplied by a 7.year-old Midwest City boy who told police he saw a Man Fouchig 6-year-old Brenda White into his car aug. 3. The Little girl disappeared exactly four weeks after an Oklahoma City child 5-year-old Judith Ann Elwell disappeared. No Trace has been found of either Little girl War nears chinese Border. Map shows Sites of . Air strikes against North Vietnam today including strikes at targets in Lang son 10 Miles from the chinese Border. Other targets near Lang Giai and la Dang All indicated by a a a. Other strikes took place in the demilitarized zone a a by where b52 bombers struck for. The first time in a month. A br."kftl�?T6u the total Wii photo map announced . Warplane losses Over North Vietnam. As the air War came closer to communist China in what appeared to a lifting a a ref target relict ions by preside if Johnson Sharp ground fitting flared in South Vietnam s Northern 1st corps area. Elements of the 1st brigade of the . 101st airborne division starting operation Benton Rait into a withering barrage of Small automatic weapons mortar and artillery fire from 100 to 150 communist troops in a Battle that raged from sunday night until nearly soviet ship is released m0� 0w apr the battered soviet merchant ship Svirsk limped out of the red Mcnese Dawn today. The paratroopers said they counted 35 enemy dead on the Battlefield Southwest of coastal Tam by about 340 Miles Northeast of Saigon. Two paratroopers were killed and 19 wounded. The . Troops also reported capturing 18 enemy weapons. Another unit of the brigade suffered 12 wounded sunday night in a 60mm mortar barrage fired by guerrillas. About 40 Miles to the North vietnamese rangers sweeping the ridges where they had Bat tied an estimated 1,000 North vietnamese regulars for two Days West of Tam by said today they had killed. 156 enemy soldiers and captured 45 weapons. They reported they had suffered moderate casualties in the initial engagement saturday. Two reinforcing battalions reported Light casualties. Vietnamese militia defending the Huong Dien Sui Jor Post on the coast 10 mics North of Hue reported killing 52 guerrillas in a six hour Battie sunday. The defenders suffered Light casualties an spokesman said. Government troops said they later captured three automatic rifles six rocket launchers and 100 Quarter Pound packages of int which the guerrillas apparently had planned to use against the outpost. Reports from Cao Lanh a provincial capital 72 Miles West see Border Page 2 Ardmore Day commissioners will consider a City ordinance restricting parking on g Street . To be presented to them tuesday night at 7 . In their regular meeting in City Hau. Commissioners instructed City attorney Andy Riddle to prepare the ordinance at the last regular meeting of the commission. Parking on g would be restricted from main and Broadway to Northwest Avenue by the ordinance. Commissioners will also consider the bids received for liability insurance on City property and Fleet vehicles and the bids received on a one and a half ton truck for the cemetery department. Present status of a Job placement program for minority groups will be reported to the Council. Commissioners voted at their last meeting to temporarily finance a directory of a placement program for minority groups. A director has not yet been designated. An ordinance changing Ward lines will be considered by the Council. Claims of Hudgins Thompson Ball engineers for their services on the Multi purpose Reservoir project will be received by the Council. Council members will vote on approval of a Resolution to Transfer certain Reserve balances within the general fund for the fiscal year 1966-67. They will also consider approval of drainage structures for the downtown Airport runway Extension. A report on the status of the Competition of a control Tower see parking Page 2 Washington apr . Bombing Witiw a 10 my is of red China detonated Sharp criticism of the Vietnam War by a persistent critic of administration War policy and appeared Likely to generate More debate on Capitol his a i think its very dangerous and extremely stupid a said chairman j. W. Fulbright d-ark., of the Senate foreign relations committee. But Senate preparedness subcommittee Dairman John stems d-miss., said the broadened bombing of North Vietnam reflects a More pressure philosophy which he supports. The level of bombing came on tiie eve of Senate debate on president Johnson a foreign Aid program. Debate open ing today already had been expected to bring fresh attacks on Johnson politics in Vietnam and elsewhere in the world. Whether one variety of recent congressional criticism that bombing was too sparing affected Johnson a decision to add targets could not be determined As the White House fended off questions on the shift in tactics. But it was Learned that Sten no so subcommittee heard secret testimony last week from . Ulysses s. G. Sharp Pacific commander that Johnson had agreed to some Extension of warplanes options to strike what one subcommittee member called a lucrative strikes Sim Day against North vietnamese rail Yards 10 Miles from red China and Friday against Hanoi a Doumer Bridge came after Johnson lifted temporarily two major target restrictions. A a Pentagon sonrc�,9 say the administration will Contin est a Iose restrictions except on certain key vital missions. The Estric de areas Are a 30-mile diameter Circle around Hanoi Penetra two or three times previously and a 15-to-20-mile-wide Buffer zone Ong the North Vietnam red China Boundary. Fulbright said the bombing near red China a is directly contrary to what was the established policy of the government in 1964 and it will Lead the country directly into the most disastrous Fulbright a committee include tag members already troubled Over Vietnam Cut Johnson a .4 billion foreign Aid request by $736 million. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield a foe of increased bombing said he Hopes to hold the Une against further cuts in the Bill but added a i expect it will be Tough he told a newsman he expects a fall kinds of amendments to be the Senate warmed up to its latest Vietnam tussle Friday when a Battery of members questioned How fairly the South vietnamese elections win be run. Clark Clifford a Johnson emissary said sunday he gave South vietnamese leaders earlier this month the presidents warning a rigged presidential election would Cost South Vietnam the support of the american people. He and Gen. Maxwell Taylor visited South Vietnam chief of state Gen. Nguyen Van Thieu a candidate for president and Premier Nguyen Cao by Thieu a running mate for vice . We took a personal message from president Johnson to by and Thieu on this subject and said As bluntly As it can be said that if there was any one act on their part which would be see bombing Page 2 Way to end deadlock sought Tito sounds out top arabs Cairo apr yugoslav president Tito has begun visiting socialist Arab countries involved directly in the War with Israel in an Effort to help Arab leaders find an acceptable Way out of the present deadlock Over israeli Possession of territory captured in the War. No immediate results Are expected but observers believe his Mission will be a Success if it brings the arabs to reconsider and take what Tito called a More realistic approach toward a peace formula with the victorious israelis. Arab discussions so far have entered on a Means of removing the traces of israeli after extensive talks with egyptian president Gama Abdel Nasser in Cairo Tito is expected to go to Syria and Iraq Verith his plea for realism. Tito a Mission gained importance from the fact that both president Johnson and soviet leaders have sent him messages outlining Timeir views on a solution to problems. Of the june War. Tito is believed to have acquainted Nasser with the attitude of the two largest Powers which reportedly also Call for realistic policies. He is expected to the same in Damascus and Baghdad. Yugoslav sources in Cairo denied Tito brought a peace formula Only after Tito and Nasser had talked privately for two hours. This implied Nasser considered it impossible at this stage to discuss any peace formula which would Mcclude a Compromise. There were signs Nasser is willing to seek a political solution to the crisis but Only if it contains nothing which could be interpreted As capitulation. Tito a difficulty lies in finding How far Arab leaders will go without considering the solution a capitulation. The visit to Damascus and Bagdad leaders known for their extremist attitudes also might be designed to pave the Way for an eventual political solution in which Nasser would not appear As its Initiator. Port of Dairen Sundar a mos cow report said after the Oiin Ese released her Captain and three crewmen following a bitter Exchange of protest notes with the soviets the soviet Union announced that seven tugboats full of red guards escorted the ship out of the yellow sea port. The Svirskas Hull superstructure and equipment bore anti soviet inscriptions. All the russian Cream ii were aboard when the Svirsk headed for the soviet port of Vladivostok the Amoun Cement Reloj ted but the ships a Oca men were kept by the chinese a Soto est Pomier Alexei n. Kosygin sent a Telegram to chinese Premier Chou in Iai saturday demanding that the red Chineise rely ase the Captain and captured Cream a and let the Svirsk sail a peking broadcast heard in Tokyo however made no mention of Kosygin a Telegram in announcing that a the chinese government ordered the Captain and one later crewman to leave China and never come Back to this the ship arrived in Dairen july 22 and shortly after a pravda dispatch said second navigator Stanislav v. Iva Jov was accused by chinese authorities of refusing to accept a Mao tse Tung badge. The chinese demanded that Ivanov be turned Over to them but capt. Viktor a. Korzhov refused. When the Captain went to the port office Friday to re Ster the Svirskas departure he was arrested pravda said. The chinese version held that two crewmen asked for a Mao badge and then a Ovri Luuy insulted it and Thi one badge into the peking called it a an intolerable act of sacrilege towards chairman Mao and a an extremely serious provocative incident against the chinese version was contained in a note delivered to the soviet embassy in peking and broadcast by the China news Agency. The soviets planned the whole incident the chinese note charged to a Worsen relations Between China and the soviet the chinese ignored a formal protest note by the russians Friday then Kosygin sent his Telegram to Chou warning that tiie chinese might be jeopardizing Trade Between China and the soviet Union. Pravda said red guards stormed aboard the Svirsk on saturday smashed the ships equipment beat up its Captain and threatened the Crew after the Crew refused demands of perhaps 2,500 red guards to Exchange the navigator for the arrested Captain. Moscow radio said the i Avi Gator was finally seized. Last december the a trinese held another soviet ship in Dairen for 20 Days. Mine explosion kills 1, traps 15 fibres Spahi apr an explosion idled at least one Coal Miner critically Hurt another and Trai a 14 or 15 in a mme near Mieres today. One body was removed from the pit at mid omits and a our ical injured Miner was reseed about two hours after the blast seventeen miners were first imported trapped but mine officials said later they were Sot certain of the number

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