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Arkansas City Traveler (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Arkansas City, Kansas Showers of Kanti ninety fourth year number 258 twelve pages Arkansas City Kansas monday june 14, 1965 twelve pages a a Price in City 5 cents peking in new attack on Kremlin new drive for showdown is indicated Harvest picture is gloomier late news Moscow a communist party making a new Down meeting peking. The chinese the appears drive for a on the split soviet to be show with reds have unleashed a new attack Kremlin s leadership. Pravda the soviet party paper published sunday a Resolution adopted last month by the pro soviet portuguese communist party calling for a world communist party conference to discuss the dispute. Peking which has opposed such a meeting charged in a broadcast that the new soviet leaders were being More Covert and cunning than Nikita Khrushchev in trying to Pervert communism. The russians also were accused of being a Busy in Washington London and Paris trying to initiate peace negotiations on Viet Nam a in a painstaking Effort to find a Way out for the . Aggressors a recent statements from the soviet Union and members of the soviet bloc have raised speculation that the Kremlin might place Viet Nam High on the Agenda of an International communist meeting in this event it was believed the chinese would attend a meeting even if it was dominated by pro soviet delegations because to Boycott it would Lay them open to soviet charges of bad Faith and obstructionism in the vietnamese War. Soviet Premier Alexei n. Kosygin has referred to Viet Nam As a rally Point of the two feuding Camps he said in Pyongyang North Korea on Fob 12 that a imperialist provocations Quot in Viet Nam had brought the soviet Union closer to red China and its allies. Peking As sunday s broadcast emphasized considers Viet Nam another Battleground in its feud with Moscow the portuguese party said the Lack of Unity in the communist world has encouraged the United state to pursue a Tough policy in Viet Nam. Tile Harvest picture became gloomier Over the weekend As showers persisted however a turn to Clearing is expected. A hard Shower saturday afternoon brought .22-Inch of rain and this was followed by .21 which fell yesterday and this morning. June rainfall has reached 3.32 inches while Normal is 4.26. Measurable rain Lias fallen on nine of the last 13 Days and on two other Days there was a Trace of moisture. During die period More than 3\t inches have fallen. In the murals Descygne River Valier today severe pig liver patient is better Roston a a 34 year old Boston woman whose liver is being periodically rested while her blood is circulated through a pig s liver is a unquestionably better her doctor said today. Quot Tho biochemical tests reflect her continued improvement said or. William v Mcdermott. A her liver which had been very enlarged and tender is improved a or. Mcdermott headed a team of 12 doctors and technicians at City Hospital who twice Over the weekend attached pigs livers to die woman circulatory system blood from an artery in the woman s Arm is passed through the pigs liver and Back to the patient by Means of a pump similar to those used in heart operations or Mcdermott said the woman probably would have died without the procedure. The weather forecast is vex loud Lar and Moi tonight Shorr tire in per rent i i tonight. Turida partly Handy with How Era and thunderstorm Over 44 per tent of Northwest and North Centi Al tuesday afternoon. Warmer Southwest tuesday afternoon with entreating southerly winds. Low tonight Lipper Sis Northwest to Middle sit South rust. High tuesday 15 to re Northeast to upper has Southwest Fones and la parti Cloudy As it ii Little change in temperature through tuesday. Is altered showers or Thunder storm mostly this evening and tonight. I of tonight a to 5. High tuesday Arar in. Oki Miami partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday. Showers and Thunder storm user 4a per rent South and extreme West i arty tonight. A Little rooter tonight. Warmer West the Day. Low tonight 57 to cd. High tuesday 111 to in. New teachers mrs. Edith Kif my 1835 n. Seventh st., has been hired to teach elementary grades in Arkansas City Public schools next year. She is a graduate of Winfield High school Arkansas City Junior College and received her a degree from southwestern College Winfield. She has had 16 years of teaching experience mostly in Cowley county. She taught the past two years in a South Haven Grade school. Her husband is a retired postal clerk and is employed by the credit Bureau Here. Pope to gel an attorney Man who advised him to surrender can t see him Kansas City. To. Apr a i s District court judge was expected to appoint an attorney today for Duane Pope who is a Ric ring broke out in the lower end after hard Rains swept Eastern and South Central Kansas sunday. The weather Bureau reported the River was at various stages of ban full to out of Banks from near Osawatomie and downstream. At trading Post the River measured 27.06 feet Early today three feet out of of Flat land in that area the flooding was widespread. The level at trading Post was two feet higher than during last week s flooding. The hard Rains sunday were concentrated in the East Central part of the state going As far West As about a Hutchinson. Forbes air Force on the South Side of Topeka had 5.09 inches while the Topeka Airport. To Miles away where the official measurement is taken had Only .49 of an Inch. The Rains sent the shun Ganun a Creek ban full in South Topeka and a dozen guardsmen were the area. Other rainfalls sunday included Paola 3.12 inches Osawatomie 3.71. A Cygnet 4.45, trading Post 4 43. Fort Scott 2.61. Pittsburg 2 98, Burlington 3.95, Maple Hill 3.10, Louisburg 3 29, Haddam 2.31. Abilene 2.20, Hutchinson 1.09, Neosho rapids 2.17 and Osage City 2.70 scattered Rains continued today but Clearing weather was predicted for tuesday. Temperatures will continue moderate with highs today in the 70s and lower 80s with lows tonight from the upper 50s to Middle 60s. Highs sunday were from 72 at Hill City to 84 at Pittsburg. Early morning lows ranged from 56 at Goodland to 66 at Wichita. Chanute and Pittsburg. Cod of killing a Bank robbery neb judge John w asked to name i Throe persons in at big Springs Oliver had been Whitfield Moody Muf Dav forecast Kan for the period lurid through saturday will air agr near Normal 11 a nov minor Day to Day Hance. Normal High Hill tango from lower to upper a. Normal Iowa will i Ante from upper 5a� to Middle a. Precipitation will Ai crag from one half in three Quarter Inch in West to one to two i Rhea in the East occurring in nor a Winnial Shower and thunderstorms throughout the period k ass Oty aim a j. Infill it mood. Public defender for the tack Nom county Aid committee was by judge John w. Oliver of the i. S. District Ouirt tot a to. Represent Duane Pope. A former assistant . Attorney to represent Foo to As Long As the 22-year-old Man remains in Missouri Moody is Public defender of the Jackson county Legal Aid committee. The recommendation was made by f Russell millin . Attorney for Western Missouri. Pope football coca Tain who graduated May m from Mcpherson Kan College is being hold under $100,000 Bond pending a preliminary hearing june 25 on a Federal charge of Bank robbery and shooting a staff member. Robert Richards attorney for Deuel county neb., was conferring today with Theodore Rich Linig . Attorney in Omaha to decide whether the Federal government or the state of Nebraska shall prosecute Pope. Pope could be tried and Federal courts jeopardy. The de Atli be sought in both Johnson is Rock at his desk Washington apr presi Dent Johnson was Back at his desk today after a weekend of relaxation at his Texas ranch. During the weekend the president a nominated Texas banker attorney Eduard a. Clark. 58. A longtime personal and political Friend As ambassador to Australia a signed a Bill authorizing military appropriations of $15.4 billion. The measure includes $3.8 billion for aircraft $1.4 billion for missiles. $1.7 for naval vessels and $6 4 billion for research. Development tests and evaluation. A appointed 12 Public Mem bars to the consumer advisory Council and picked or. Richard la Holton former assistant Secretary of Commerce and now a University of California professor As chairman. A released an internal Revenue service report which showed a a Complete reversal of the traditional trend of mathematical errors Quot in income tax returns it said errors ran More than 3 to i in favor of the government compared to a 2 to i ratio in favor of taxpayers during the past two years. A accepted the resignation of Malcolm Kilduff assistant White House press Secretary who is forming a Washington Public relations firm. Red China prepares new nuclear tests Tokyo a chinese party chief told an indonesian peking is preparing communist Mao Tzc Tung official that for its third and fourth nuclear tests the japanese news Agency Kyodo said today. Temperature Rei Ord sin e noon saturday i p. In. I 7 p in. 77 j p in. 71 8 p. A. 75 j p. 9 p. In. 71 4 p. In. To to p a. 69 s p. In. Roll p in 6r p. In. 78 12 Midnight 67 in Day i a. In. I i p a. 77 2 a. In. I i p in. 70 3 a in. I a p. A. 79 4 a in. Is 4 p in. 76 5 a in. As s p in. 79 i a in. 65 6 p. A. 76 7 a. In. Is 7 p. In. 8 a. In. 65 8 p in. 70 9 a. In. .66 f p in. 69 to a. In. 67 to p. In. 68 ii a in. 66 la p. It. 67 12 noon. 70 12 Midnight 66 monday i a. In. 66 i a a. 66 3 a. In. 65 a. In. 69 3 a. In. M to a. 69 4 a. In. 61 la ii. In. 75 9 a. In. 63 12 noon. 74 6 a. In. 64 i p in. 75 7 a. In. 63 2 p in. 76 highest and lowest 39 Hight Itron Petratur for Hilt Date la year. 104 degrees la 1933 lout 1. 49 a fret la ii. Ridding Sam in both states w without double penalty could courts Pope who surrendered to Kansas City police Friday was visited in jail saturday by his parents a brother Dennis 19, and his sister Elio 14, who had driven from their Home near Roxbury Kau. The Popes with tear filled eyes declined comment alter the meeting. Or. D. W Bittinger Mcpherson College president tried to see Pope during the weekend but was denied admittance. It was or. Bittinger who had advised Pope to surrender when the Young Man telephoned him Friday from a Kansas City hotel room. During Tho Al .598 robbery of the big Springs Bank june 4, a gunman killed the Bank a president Andreas Kjeldgaard 77 the cashier. Glen Hendricks 59, and Lois Ann hot Hail 35. Bookkeeper and seriously wounded Franklin Kjeldgaard 25, assistant cashier. United Agency tor dependable insurance real estate Loans. A. C. Off bldg. Phi 2-0400. I 2-2600 new York apr heavy Selling in the final half hour drove Stock Market prices Down today to a loss that ranked close to that taken the Day president Kennedy was assassinated. Eastern air lines and i blvd were Down shout 6 Points each. Sobering 4, Dupont about 312. General motors 3 and Boeing 3. A Enneett and Douglas aircraft Sank a couple of Points each. Sears Roebuck and Ford were among the Many i Point losers. Cong Aims new Dong Xoai blow death trap National assigned to Odds for whipping crisis gain instalment credit protected by incomes by Sam Dawson a business news analyst new York a what Are the bulwarks the govern ent is counting upon to safeguard your personal Economy As Well As the nations general Cue from the Flash floods of bad news the increasingly serious conflict in Viet Nam. Or jittery Days in the Stock Market or labor management conflicts in Basic industries can and do Darken the front pages. But today americans have much better Odds of surmounting crises with a minimum of personal tragedy than did the citizens of 30 or so years ago. These safeguards have been built up by business by labor unions As Well As by the government. Some things americans did wrong in the past they can to do today. Example they can t plunge in the Stock Market with just to per cent or so of Cash for the going Price of the stocks they fancy. So they can t be wiped out so fast when Stock prices Tumble after bad news or unfounded rumours. And they have Access to if they care to take advantage of it. Much More information about the affairs of corporations and Banks than in the 1920s. If von have built in savings in Banks or Sav Ings and loan associations you a Are insured against loss to a degree that covers most such accounts. If you have taken on a mortgage when buying Jour Home Iii Many cases you have a government insurance policy on that. Too tile total of instalment credit has risen to a record High. But the lenders say that in the vast majority of cases such debts Are Well protected by the income prospects of the borrowers. There Are unemployment benefits for you if Laid off in a temporary Industrial Lull. There Are pension plans sponsored by management or by unions and social Security for the elderly. There is insurance for Many when bad ii can the strikes. Medicare for the aged is just Over the horizon. Tile government also is pledged now to try by its fiscal policies to keep incomes rising and employment As High As possible. Today tile Middle income Clas is strikingly larger than before world War la. Shastri won t come to u. S. Ottawa apr prime minister Lai Bahadur Shastri of India said today president John-3son has invited him to go to Washington in the fall but that it will not be possible for him to accept. He told a news conference he could not go to Washington then because the Indian parliament will he in session. Johnson cancelled a visit by Shastri to Washington this month on the grounds that he would be Busy with Congress and the Viet Nam situation. Two cities tie Topeka apr Wichita and Topeka tied for first place in the 1964 Kansas traffic safety program gov. William la. Avery announced today. The face of fear clutching her child a vietnamese woman watches As her husband is carried aboard an evacuation helicopter after Viet Cong guerrillas launched a violent attack on the the Village of Dong Xoai 60 Miles North of Saigon. While increased fighting spread the political situation in South Viet Nam remained shaky. Nea radio telephoto Mariner 4 adjusts fix on canopus one of last tasks before taking photos of Mars Pasadena Calif. Apr a radio signal that took to minutes to Cross 107 million Miles of space told engineers today that Mariner 4 has performed its final task before photographing Mars july 14. At 8.50 an electronic timer aboard the 575-Pound spacecraft issued commands adjusting its fix on canopus a Distant Star by which Marine 4 is steering on its 325-million mile trip. Signals indicating the adjustment had been made arrived at 9 am. At jct propulsion Laboratory. Which built and is controlling Mariner 4 through a vex a worldwide network of tracking stations. Engin cars computed that the signals which left the spacecraft with a Power of to Watts lad swindled to five quadrillion the of a Watt when they reached Earth. At that moment Mariner 4 was 107.2 million straight line Miles from Earth and 7.3 million straight line Miles from Mars. It had travelled 290 million Miles along its curving flight path since launching nov. 28 from Cape Kennedy Fla. Barring difficulty the spacecraft will coast for the next 30 Days with no events scheduled until its camera turns on to take up 21 of what could be the Best pictures yet made of Mars. Today s a event Quot As engineers called it. Shifted the Field of View of a Light sensor focused on canopus to compensate for the changing Angle As Mariner 4 sweeps toward its rendezvous with mrs. Slight changes in voltage readings indicated adjustment was successful. Avery reply on old Hall due quickly Topeka apr gov. William h. Avery will reply late today or tuesday to a group of Lawrence residents who asked him last week to help obtain a delay in razing Fraser flail at tile University of Kansas. He gave no indication at his news conference what recommendation he will make to the state Board of regents. The committee of 12 persons asked for his help in obtaining a 60-Day delay in plans to destroy the building which was completed in js72. Previously Avery said he would not interfere with the repents decision to proceed with their plans. Those seeking to it ave the Structure say it should be maintained for its historic value other objections have been raised to the design of the proposed new Fraser Hall which is due to he constructed adjacent to the old building. Bids arc about ready to be called for by the regents for construction of the new building. No plans have been completed yet for taking bids on racing of tile old building. Hie buy sell rent Trade try traveler classified ads nominees Miami Beach. Fla. Apr state sen. Tom Van sickle of fort Scott Kan., and David Flaherty of North Carolina Are nominees tor president of the Young republicans. Honorary City citizenship conferred Chicago welcomes astronauts with Parade and Celebration Chicago a astronauts James a. Mcdivitt and Edward ii. White ii were welcomed with the cheers of some 2,500 persons most of them youngsters for a heroes Parade and Celebration today in Chicago. Also on hand in the 65-Dcgree sunny weather at of Hare International Ait port a military Section were vice president Hubert h. Humphrey gov. Otto Kerner of Illinois Richard j. Daley Chicago s mayor and other officials Tbs vie president by Wile. And their two sons flew in from Washington before tile plane carrying the gemini 4 Crew arrived. Crowds gathered along the expressway route to the City and on la Salle Street near City Hall hours before the astronauts cars were expected to pass. Flags and pennants festooned downtown streets on the Parade route. After a special meeting of the City Council to Confer honorary Chicago citizenship on Mcdivitt White and two officials of the National aeronautics Aud space administration. Or. George e. Mueller associate director and Charles w. Matthews gemini project manager there was a meeting set with school children. About 6,500 pupils were to put Mcdivitt and White through a quest Ion and answer period in Mccormick place other plans fur the Day included dinner for the astronauts party Given by mayor Daley and a fireworks display at night. As the civic Welcome got under Way at o Hare Airport about too civil rights demonstrators gathered in Grant Park on the Lake front for continuation of a series of school protest activities. Leaders of the protesters made no announcement of plans for the Day. On three Days last week the demonstrators staged traffic disrupting marches in the City a downtown area the demonstrations in which 450 persons were arrested Friday and saturday for siting Down Iii the streets were staged to pretest rehiring of Chicago schools supt Benjamin c Willis whose school integration plans were rejected by some civil rights groups. Tire blows oui woman injured mrs. Bessie Wright 705 North c st., was treated for bruises at a Winfield Hospital and dismissed sunday morning after being injured in a traffic Accident Fred Satterthwaite undersheriff said today. The officers said mrs. Wright was driving South on Green farm Road about a mile from us-77 when a tire blew out. The car went through a Fence and into a pasture he said. He estimated damage to the vehicle at $75. Mrs. Wright was accompanied by her husband Delmar and children. Barbara and Ronald. Elements of airborne brigade Are moved in Saigon South Viel Nam apr vietnamese rangers combing a rubber Plantation just North of tile shattered town of Dong Xoai found the bodies of about too government troops today the remains of the 7th airborne battalion a . Military spokesman announced. Dong Xoai was reported quiet but braced for More trouble from the Viet Cong. As the rangers moved through the French owned Michelin rubber Plantation a few Miles North of ring Xoai they found an assortment of grim relics loft behind by the Viet Cong among them the wreckage of a . Army helicopter and a . Army Many a identification tag. . Authorities announced a at the request of the vietnamese government elements of the 173rd . Airborne brigade have moved to Hurc v inh to protect the Airfield and aircraft there a Phuoc Vinh is the main Airfield for the Dong Xoai area the . Paratroopers had been expected to move from there into the Dong Xoai conflict but the vietnamese commanders were reluctant to ask for them. The Viet Cong mounted a number of attacks and ambushes in various parts of Viet Nam today All the Way from the 17th parallel to the Southern tip of tilt nation. Ninety american and vietnamese planes hammered targets in North Viet Nam in a series of separate radius. Twenty . Air Force Jet bombers escorted by 30 other jets attacked the ban com Lorn Barracks 70 Miles Southwest of Hanoi. Five buildings were reported destroyed and to heavily damaged forty two planes hit three areas of the Babon army Barracks to Miles North of the demilitarized zone . Spokes men said. Heavy air shrikes also continued inside South Viet Nam against suspected Viet Cong targets. . Navy and Marine corps planes Wert said to have flown 118 sorties sunday. Pilots claimed heavy damage to targets and suspected troop concentrations. Six americans were killed Over the weekend but none appeared to have died As the result of enemy action. Four us. Army helicopter crewmen were killed saturday night when their Craft crashed 30 Miles East of Saigon during a storm. A explosion aboard a truck Al Chil Lai beachhead sunday killed two . Marines and injured 19 others. The men had been swimming and a spokesman said a grenade fell from one Many a Belt exploded in the Bottom of the truck and set off a five gallon can of gasoline. Turn to Page six 46 traffic accidents during May there were 46 traffic accidents in Arkansas City during May according to it a report is sued Tod a by sgt Jim lower fight of the collisions involved injuries and in persons were injured in seven of the accidents tile vehicles roil off the Roadway and another seven involved parked cars. Lower said there were 42 accidents in May last year and eight persons were injured. So far this year the City has had 221 accidents with one fatality and 54 persons injured lower reported. Last year at Tho same Date there were 309 accidents and 61 persons injured. Property damage last month was estimated at $7,509. 4 die in flames after crash at Norfolk a. Norfolk a. Apr a collision on a Bridge of the $200,-Mil-lion Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tun Nel turned the Span into a flaming death trap today for four persons. There was no immediate identification of the victims but they were reported to have been Riding in an automobile bearing Connecticut License plates. Police said the collision apparently resulted when a tire blew on a tractor trailer moving across the two Lane Bridge. The heavy vehicle and the Auto then collided on the Span and burst into flames. It was the first fatal Accident on the 17.5-mile under and Over Vyater route since it was opened a Little Over a year ago. The Bridge Tunnel has been hailed As one of the engineering marvels of the age. More than 1.25 million vehicles have travelled the Bridge Tunnel Complex which carries . 13 from Kip Topeka on the tip of Virginia s Eastern Shore to the Maii it land at Norfolk. Festival of arts takes while House of upstages even Lyndon Johnson Washington apr its june and Art is busting out All Over the White House. Its even up staging tile president from the East room to the South Lawn the Mammoth festival of the arts has taken Over for today. Props costumes musical instruments. Sculpture paintings and photographs Are in place and scores of performers Are set to go on stage. Nothing like it has Ever happened at the White House a or probably anywhere else for that matter. You could bump into Alexander a Alders huge sculpture a whales ii Quot on the Lawn or Helen Hayes preparing to serve As mistress of ceremonies. \ threesome from the cast of a the subject was roses Quot was catching up on rehearsal time they missed sunday night to get a Tony award tor the Best play of he year All the White House was a stage for men and women of the arts at the invitation of president Aud mrs Johnson. Mrs. Johnson opening the festival she called a a Rich feast declared All of the arts a Are warmly welcomed in this she gave a special Salute to a the my and women who create All these wondrous things for our minds pleasure and our souls she said in her prepared remarks they had a Learned Tim gratitude of every american for the Beauty the meaning and Tim zest you Are contributing to our a there would be nothing tor the rest of us to support if a very few did not make the person a i sacrifices necessary for the arduous act of the first lady noted the Johnsons returned from a weekend at their Texas ranch to take part in the Dav Long events at the White House that ranged from dramatic performances and readings on the stage of the East room to jazz and sculpture on the South Lawn. The festival eased into its 12-hour schedule with breakfast Coffee and cake in the state dining room promotions Are Given astronauts Washington a presi Dent Johnson announced on the spot promotions in Houston. Tex., Friday for astronauts Eduard la White la and James a. Mcdivitt but As far As the air Force is concerned officially they Are still majors. The formalities of nomination by the president and confirmation by the Senate remain to be carried out. Debris from form still picked up Street department Crews Are still picking up debris left from a windstorm a week ago and the end is not Iii sight Phillip Gregory superintendent said today the pickup is continuing. Last week 165 loads of tree limbs were Hank d away there was a possibility that resurfacing of Summit st might be completed today. To Viet Nam Washington apr Navy Secretary Paul ii Nitze leaves today for a we Klong visit of Navy and Marine forces in and near Vici Nam. No television new York a apr the supreme court has rejected a request that its proceedings be televised by the Columbia broadcasting system

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