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Arkansas City Traveler (Newspaper) - September 26, 1966, Arkansas City, Kansas Ninety sixth year number 35 eight pages Arkansas City Kansas monday september 26, 1966 eight pages a a Price in City 10 cents their Winter clothing too hot for september Here alaskans at Chile to come from As far North As the Arctic Ocean by Barbara Maziarz about 200 shy but excited students arrived Here by the end of this week after a Long trip from a Aska. Not knowing really what to expect. A number arrived Over the weekend. They have come to attend Chi Loco Indian school this year. They Are from 84 different alaskan villages which Range As far North As Kaktovik on the Arctic Ocean As far South As Juneau As far West As the Aleutian islands and As far East As Eagle which is close to the Canadian Border. Miss Eunice Logan an education specialist for the Bureau of Indian affairs in Alaska came to t i Occo in Advance to help prepare the orientation for the alaskan students. A these children Are eighth Grade graduates who Haven to had the Opportunity to go on to miss Logan said. S h e said the students average 15 or 16 Vears old. Miss Logan explained the tremendous shortage of school ing facilities in Alaska. A the children come from Little villages too Small to have established High she said they have to go away to pursue their about 256 children applied to the state to go to boarding High schools in Alaska. A but there were no boarding High school facilities available in the state because they were already filled with applicants a a miss Logan said. She said the state made an Effort to find Foster Homes for children in a town with a High school hut were Only successful in finding about 56. The remaining 200 students were sent to Chilocco. A there is not a soul Here who did no to want to miss Logan stated emphatically. She said the state had been sending students under a similar program to the cube mama Indian school at Salem. Ore. But this is the first time any alaskan students have been brought to Chilocco. Turn to Page eight Cloudy skies Pera Tures is the Kansas and Arkansas City weather dish through tuesday. The High Mercury Reading Here sunday was 76 degrees the overnight Low was 55 degrees. Rainfall Here Over the weekend was .03 of an Inch. The weather Bureau said maximum temperatures today and tuesday would be 65 to 75, with lows tonight in the 50s. Cloudy skies prevailed across Kansas sunday and sunday night with mostly Light rainfall. A few heavy amounts were concentrated in me East Central part of the state. Trading Post had 2.20 inches of rain Garnett so and Osawatomie .82. Top temperatures sunday were from 63 at Salina to 75 at Pittsburg and Liberal. Lows this morning were from 51 at Good land and 59 at Pittsburg. 4-nation Force to Stop Cong Parade winners a shown above Are the winners of the saturday morning kids Day Parade sponsored by the kiwanis club. Winners Are As follows first place award went to Charles and criss Harbert left dressed As the King and Queen of hearts second place Winner was David Adams in background dressed As a rooster and third place winners dressed As Ballet dancers were Tammie Nance and Jeannie Ward right. Brown photo woman is slain at Manhattan Manhattan Kan. It a it a a 46-year-old woman was shot fatally at a shopping Center today and county atty. Donn Everett said her husband was held for questioning. Dead is mrs. Frances Mcdory Mett of Atlantic Iowa. Everett said her husband. Michael Mcdermett also of Atlantic was arrested by sheriff James Dubuch at the Home of a relative of mrs. Mcdermett near Tuttle Creek where mrs. Mcdermett had been driven after the shooting. Mrs. Mcdermett was shot once with a .22 Caliper pistol As she started to enter a supermarket police said. Everett said he had not finished his investigation and no charges have been filed. Sack going to Denver Rev. Wendell sack minister of Central Christian Church has announced his resignation to the Church Board to accept a Call to kids galore a shown above is a portion of the City a youngsters who participated in the saturday kiwanis kids Day Parade on Summit st. Braman Ashton Cameron Burden name Queens the names of Arka Lalah visiting Queens from Ashton Burden. Cameron and Braman were announced today by the chamber of Commerce. Mary Etta Cully will represent Ashton Linda Susan Bonesteel Burden Connie Lea mans Cameron and Charlotte lambing Braman. Miss Ashton is the daughter of or. And mrs. Cloyd d. Cully Arkansas City Navy men in exercise three Arkansas City Navy men currently Are involved in exercise a Zegar Angler a a mine exercise involving 29 ships ranging from attack aircraft Cirri i to minesweeper. The Maneu vers Are readying ships for combat roles in the Western Pacific. The three Arkansas Cit Yans Are involved Are it. Jug it Edwin c. In wis son of c. M. Loomis Crestwood. Operating Cut of North Island a Dif Seaman Francis n. Henderson son of or. And mrs. Frank Henderson 1004 n. 10th st., aboard the guided missile Cruiser ass Providence and aviation Boatswain a mate third class Stanley g. Pease son of or. And mrs. Harold e. Pease 1322 Kansas ave., aboard the aircraft earner Bennington. South Haven she is 17 and a senior at Arkansas City High school. She is Secretary of usher ettes and has served As a teens Secretary the past two years. She has been on the student Council since last year and on the Honor Roll since entering High school. Turn to pane seven police telephones Given going Over Telephone cals to the police department had about a 50 per cent Chance of getting through for a time today. Calls were coming in a at times according to assistant chief Herman Fisher. The Telephone company had been working on the station phones for most of the morning and into the Early part of the afternoon. However All lines were not blocked at once and with the cooperation of the Telephone company there was no delay if Calls were of an emergency nature. Rev. Wendell sack the ministry of the Valley Heights Christian Church in Denver. He will continue his service Here until sunday november 20. Rev. Sack came to Arkansas City in 1962 As the associate minister and in May of 1964 assumed the duties of Lead minister. In addition to his work in the Church he was a member of the Arkansas City ministerial Alliance. Having just completed his term As president of the group. He was also a member of the kiwanis club. Cowley county mental health Board. Cowley county crop Board and various denominational committees. The sacks have two children. Marcia 7, and Melinda 11 months. Designed to halt infiltration idea considered at highest american Levels Dong a South v let Nam Lap a american officers believe a four nation blocking Forte is the Best Way to Stop communist troop infiltration across the demilitarized zone into South Viet Nam. . Sources say the idea is being considered on the highest american Levels but the three other governments must also approve. The Force would include korean and australian troops As Well As South vietnamese units and . Marines already deployed in the Northern part of South Viet Nam. Communist infiltration across the demilitarized zone Between tiie two Viet name has become a major problem for . And South vietnamese forces. Military sources indicate an effective Force would need to total at least three regiments and possibly four a Between icon and 16.000 men the South vietnamese already have one regiment in the area and the american marines Lack Only one battalion of having two regiments. The koreans and australians probably could furnish Only Token forces possibly a battalion or less each because of assignments elsewhere in the country. The american korean and australian units would not Cross into the Buffer zone which flanks the River that is the actual dividing line Between North and South Viet Nam. They would remain just South of the no Man s land created by the 1954 Geneva agreement which divided Viet Nam. Onlookers this Young Spectator at the first annual Little britches Rodeo held at the Maverick Arena Over the weekend takes time out to refresh himself before watching the next event. Although the unidentified Young Cowboy was not of the a a wild and woolly variety he appears to approve completely of the event in Arkansas City for the first time this year. Brown photo a pretty High heart rate a Gordon tired before walk United agency.4ur dependable insurance real estate Loans. A. C. Off plug Phi 2-0400 i 2-2wmi veep begins two Day tour of californian Hubert says Johnson is More mature than Bobby the weather forecasts Cloudy tonight with set altered rain or thundershowers Likely mostly West and Central Shower or thundershowers tuesday with Little change in temperature. Lows tonight in ills. Highs tuesday around 0 South generally in 70 North. Oklahoma partly Cloudy through tuesday a Little warmer North tuesday. Low tonight 5 Northwest to 3 Southeast. High tuesday in 80 zones 9 and 10�? considerable cloudiness with widely scattered showers and possible thunderstorms through Lues Day a Little warmer tuesday. Low los Angeles it a it a vice president Hubert 11. Humphrey spoke about . Sen. Robert f. Kennedy today As he began a tour of California. Comparing president Johnson with Kennedy the vice president said a president Johnson a View is a Little More mature a Little More responsible a Little More in the Public Humphrey talked about Kennedy and his own political future on a television news interview taped for released in Southern California tonight. It began a two Day tour of the state in which he planned to visit Federal installations and help democratic candidates including gov. Edmund g. Brown in his race against Republican Ronald Reagan. Humphrey took an optimistic look at his own chances for sharing the 1968 presidential ticket with Johnson. Asked if the president had promised him a place on the ticket. Humphrey said the realities of politics the president is required to have an option. I done to know who he will want As his running mate. Ill give him the full measure of do option and if i do that you la find the president wont be dissatisfied with me and Well be walking Side by Side for Many months and Humphrey also said the War in Viet Nam will continue a for some he said financing the conflict is a not Beyore the Means of the Economy by a Long Idle War. He said takes a smaller slice of the Gross National product than the korean conflict and a i do not think you can say it is beyond the Means of the Economy to Bear if we use Murf noon saturday 1 . A4 7 . 78 . 85 a . 7t 3 4 . . 8584 9 10 . P. In. �?o17ii 5 . 83 11 . 89 6 . 80 m Midnight. 68 sin a 1 . 87 1 .74 a a . 85 5 pin. 70 3 . 85 3 pm. I 88 4 . A 4 . 87 s . 84 5 pm. 87 a am. 8? 8 . 65 81 7 . 84 7 . A a. In. 71 a . 80 am. 73 a . ,. U. 59 m . 78 to . N . 71 i . 58 13 noon. Al m Dight .51 Moxi 1 . N a am. 55 s . 58 a a a. 57 3 . 58 10 am. 58 4 . 58 ii . 841 3 . 56 it noon. 81 a . 56 i . 6? 7 am 55 t . 83 highest Ami lowest highest temperature la a thl Date la 40 years. 103 degree la 195. Vneil 40 space Center Houston Tex. Apr gemini 11 Richard Gordon revealed today he was a a tired and had a pretty High heart rate even before he started his fatiguing stroll m orbit. He told a news conference that space walking should lie confined to relatively a simple three fire alarms Are answered firemen were called twice on the weekend and once Early this morning. Saturday firemen went to a grass fire at 914 s. Third st. At the Home of mrs. Clyde Bryson. The fire was out on arrival. It had been put out by neighbors with a Garden Hose. There was no damage. Sunday firemen were called to extinguish a car fire in the 100 Block of n. Summit st. The fire irom in a car owned by w. B Waters originated by by a leak in the fuel pump. Damage was done to the wiring fuel pump and water hoses. A tractor fire was out on arrival at 7 40 this morning at the a. C. Construction inc., 1215 w. Madison ave. The fire was started by a Short in the Battery. Damage was done to the seat Battery and Battery cables. Arka Lalah candidates Are named 10 Juco Sophomore girls nominated for annual Honor ten Cowley county Community Junior College Sophomore co eds were nominated today by the College faculty to vie for Tucen Arka Lalah xxxv. The final vote will be made by random ballot wednesday in the Community both Rural and Urban and among College students. The Winner will reign Over the annual fall festival Here oct. 28-29. Nominees in alphabetical order Are Carol Ard. 1321 North b st. Marilyn Daniel Dexter Barbara Frazee. 1011 South c st. Sharon Goat lev 312 f. Pino ave. Barbara Griffu Towitz. 1002 North d st Marilyn Hardy. It. 3 Diane Huffman it. 4 Janet Mcdaniel 1217 \. Third st. Jane Neumann. 32l� w. Walnut ave., and Virginia Weir it. 2, Gouda Springs. The final vote wednesday will Cut the Field to five and the Winner will not be revealed until the time of Coronation the night of oct. 28. The other four candidates will be attendants to the Queen and the some 30 visiting Queens will form the court of Allah. Tasks until better restraint equipment is developed to help Man keep his position while at work in orbit. Gordon said what he though would be a 30-second taks of tying gemini 11 to an Agena with a 100-toot Cord turned out to be a monumental task of about 30 his walk in space during the record smashing Light of gemini 11 was eventually Cut Short because he worked so hard sweat poured Down his face into his eyes. A we have to keep taks simple a he said a so that they can be done with one hand until we develop some sort of a i you can provide prot it or restraints so he can use both hands 1 think the nuts and bolts operation will come by natural of Quot he added. A eventually we will be Able to do medical symposiums set in City symposiums on cardiovascular disease cancer endocrinology and metabolism Mother and child modern therapy and diagnostic Progress will be offered in Arkansas City in the Cowley Community Junior College auditorium by the Eastern circuit of the University of Kansas school of Medicine in Kansas City. Physicians completing the program will be accredited with 30 hours of Post graduate instruction. Co sponsors with the University of Kansas medical society the Kansas state department of health Kansas Academy of general practice Kansas division of the american cancer society Kansas heart association and the Kansas thoracic society. Dates for the Arkansas City sessions will be dec. 8. Jan. 12. Feb. 2. March 2, March 30, and april 27. Each session Wall be from 2 to 7 . New City manager has obtained Home Arkansas City s new City manager Charles Moss will assume his responsibilities monday. Moss will live at 1325 North c st., and will move into his new Home this weekend. Moss comes Here from Concordia where he we us City manager for several years. New patrolman Tommy Baker 113 South b st., is on of three patrolmen recently hired by the Arkansas City police department. Brown photo Are due to prevail .03 Inch of rain received Here on weekend Cloudy skies widely scattered showers and Little change in tem one will be Allah xxxv one of these 10 Cowley county Community Junior College co eds will be revealed the night of oct. 28 As Queen Allah xxxv to Rule Over the annual halloween i Jinks Here. The Field will be Cut to five in a final vote wednesday. Top Row left to right Are Carol Aid. Marilyn Daniel Barbara Frazee Sharon Goat Ley and Barbara Grigutowicz. Bottom Row left to right Are Marilyn Hardy. Diane Huffman Janet Mcdaniel Jane Neuman Virginia Weir. Brown photo a

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