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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Atchison, Kansas A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a by try kindness against opposes Atchison Globe Saigon South Viet Nam apr South Viet Nam s military government sought saturday to disarm Buddhist opposition with a pledge of a fall facilities Quot for celebrations next week of the birthday of Buddha the pledge was taken to mean there will be no official interference. The birthday is Friday june 3. The founder of a religion that now claims More than 160 million followers around the world Buddha was born near the Himalayas in 563 . He is called a the the government s offer was made while the vietnamese Buddhist leadership showed signs of Strain and differences. It followed crackdowns by Security forces against armed rebellion in Danang and Street rioters in Saigon. Premier Nguyen Cao by himself a Buddhist wrote a letter saying Buddha s birthday should be celebrated according a to the principles of Freedom of a your people must forget All ten cents per copy vengeance in order to restore brotherhood and to work for peace and happiness for All a. The defense ministry ordered All units to observe the birthday solemnly. About three fourths of South Viet Nam s 15 million i Leopie weather one fair tar Are at least nominally Bud inc Roclor a hosts. Only a Small but Active and influential minority has been involved in the recent Antl by agitation. This minority appeared shaken up by the firmness and ability with which the government has handled recent events. Thich venerable Phap thl Deputy head of Saigon s Buddhist Institute resigned because of the situation. Thich Thien Boa a relative was appointed by the Institute to succeed him. The head of the Institute Thich Tam Chau was expected in Saigon sunday after a Long and somewhat mysterious tour of Southeast . . Officials Felt Chau s arrival will lend some moderation to the Buddhist opposition movement. Atchison Kansas sunday May 2h, 1966 24-Pai iks eighty month year 26997 they say that time May heal wounds but it does no to do much for wrinkles death stalks the Holiday highways Crossroads report school unification a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Weed out intellectuals chinese purge hits Central leadership by the associated press traffic deaths mounted at a fairly fast Pace saturday on the first full Day of the extend ski memorial Day weekend. At least 118 persons were killed in traffic accidents i died in a boating mishap and there were 2 drownings unrelated to boating. A spokesman for the National safety Council said traffic deaths in the first dozen hours of the Holiday had run slightly below the comparable time interval a year ago but passed last year s rate in the next few hours. The Council estimated in Advance that traffic fatalities in the 78-hour period Between 6 . Local time Friday and monday Midnight would total Between 460 and 540. The Council also estimated that most of the nation s 87 million vehicles would be on the roads some time during the Pelk a i editor lots of non alabamians Rod and travel a collective total rushed into print Here of 9.4 billion Miles lately wit i critical cracks about there were widespread show How governor w Allace of said ers and thunderstorms across state is trying to get his wife much of the country with the into tile governing it a after his generally Cool in the term runs out. Approve three petitions for Transfer to no. 409 weather North and warm in the South. Four persons were killed in Arkansas when two cars slammed Headon along a straight stretch of Road near Clarendon in the East Central part of the state. Arkansas hut my wife kept neighbor says in til is Day of High prices and High taxes and High living lots of men have had u depend on their wives to us Piort them counted six traffic deaths in the when they lose their kit is. First 12 hours of the Holiday per a a Rod compared with Only two during the entire 1965 Holiday period. In los Angeles cars clogged the getaway legs of the san Diego and Golden state freeways mass exodus began from the City. The Stop and go lines were several Miles longer than on a Normal weekend a record number of 474 fatalities for a three Day memorial continued on Page 5 and Lov. W Allace proves he very Oliou Gotful husband by making this Effort to get mrs. W Allace a softer Job than taking in washing. . Scott Crossroads i .s.a. Tokyo apr communist China s Campaign against intellectuals reached into the party s Central leadership saturday an unnamed Deputy chairman of the Central propaganda department was described secret chief Backer of a group accused of rebellion against Mao Tze Tung. The Central propaganda department is headed by la Ting i and has eight Deputy chairmen according to data available in Tokyo. They include we Leng Hsi director of the official new China news Agency and Chou Yang who is also a vice president of the Union of chinese writers. All peking newspapers saturday a radio peking broadcast monitored in Tokyo reported reprinted an article originally carried May 26 by the Shanghai communist party Organ liberation daily which contained the attack on the High party propagandist. It said the article denounced a certain theatrical piece authored by the director of the Shanghai classical theater an ant party Antl socialist great Poison Weed Quot dialogue in this theater piece constituted a a mad attack on party Central leadership and chairman Mao Tze Tung Quot it added. The stage show referred to was a thai juy san Shu Quot written mainly by Chou Hsin Fang actor and director of Shanghai classical theater. This piece performed in 1959, was about a China provincial governor named Hal Huy who Speaks his mind openly to an emperor of the Chin dynasty on Security matters. The contents apparently now Are seen As an indirect attack on Mao. Monitors of chinese affairs in Tokyo said it was not Clear whether the attack was on a Man who held a High Post in the Central propaganda department in 1959 or someone still Active As Deputy chairman. Headed West has Portland fund goes Over the top the Atchison High March Laneous groups $600 business ing bands trip to Portland for organizations $2,050 parents the Rose festival Parade is As contributions on basis of $20 sure. . Farr fund commit per student $2,100. Tee chairman has announced the the band already had $5,000 fund a Over the top a of the $12, in its fund and a $2,000 con-000. Tributino from w Illiam Muchnic Farr said a thanks to the Fine $7,000 starter cooperation and the generosity two Large buses and one of the people of Atchison the smaller bus have been chartered Portland trip fund totals $12, to take band personnel and Spon-500, which with proceeds from sors to Portland and Back. Glenn saturdays Bowling Benefit will rent band director said 91 provide the necessary funds band members will make the plus an emergency Cushion for the bands big official chaperones will be according to Farris figures and mrs. Gene Underwood Viet Hunt destroy tactics net Little $5,500 has been raised in the past few months in the following manner student projects $500 individual contributions $250 service clubs Church and Mischel Saigon South Viet Nam seized several weapons include broadening the picture ing three automatic rifles. Of Spring search and destroy Premier Nguyen Cao by s operations the , command government sought to disarm disclosed saturday 1,500 Amer Buddhist opposition with a lean marines and vietnamese pledge of a fall facilities Quot for cel troops Are combing the craggy Ebrat ions of Buddha s birthday coastal area of Quang Ngai june 3. Vietnamese troops were province against Light comm instructed to treat the occasion nist opposition. Solemnly a it s been nearly nothing so signs of stress appeared with far Quot a spokesman said listing in the Buddhist leadership but 15 Viet Cong killed and 20 sus Saigon monks stirred up Demon pets seized. Stators for the eighth straight amphibious tractors and hell Day. Fifteen led Between 300 copters landed the task Force and 40 persons on a March wednesday for the sweep from the Buddhist Institute to called operation Mobile. Keen Cholon Saigon s Chinatown ters along Highway i North of the crowd soon swelled to about Quang Ngai City about 235 1,000 by the addition of the usual Miles Northeast of Saigon assortment of Street urchins among related developments old women and idlers. Riot to Hershey sees politics in demands to probe draft Washington apr draft director Lewis a Hershey said saturday he sees some congressional electioneering behind Capitol Hill demands for an investigation of the selective service system a i think that s very Normal Quot Alley paving decisions due tuesday the City commission is scheduled to act on two resolutions at its meeting at 4 30 . Tuesday at City Hall pertaining to the advisability of paving two alleys in downtown Atchison. The alleys Are situated in the 900 Block Between main and commercial and in the 800 Block Between Santa be and Atchison streets. Protests to the paving were voiced at the City commission two weeks ago when action on the resolutions were postponed until tuesday s meeting. Requesting the paving of the alleys were or. Spencer fast who has a medical clinic and is building an addition to it and plans other buildings in the 800 Block on Santa be and Leo Farrell who operates the r k driven at ninth and main streets. The commission is also scheduled to receive recommendations from the City planning commission on proposed annexation of seven parcels of land adjacent to the City of Atchison. The planning commission voted last week for annexing six areas under consideration and rejected by 4 3 a seventh tract a Neumann addition. V i la ii also on tuesday s Agenda completed substantially last in summer. The Viet Nam build up second Reading of an Orch required revision of estimates nce to Amend a City ordinance and projections he said but has allow Public auctions to be not affected the major findings conducted on sundays. In summarizing the findings. Second Reading of an Ordi Mcnamara said a your review Nance providing for a Levy not to of various alternative criteria exceed two Mills in future bldg for selecting men under the ets for the Atchison Library. To conclude that action on a Resolution order defer removal or demolition of petitions of three Schfe l districts to a in crime a part of Atchison a unified District no. 409 were Aji firoved and a fourth petition com red by the state Hoard of i education it was announced yesterday by or. Vayne in Razer superintendent of schools hire. Rhe a petition denied was that of in Ion 2, South of Atchison which includes the St. Patrick a Community. Hearings on the a petitions were conducted Here last month by George Keith director of the school unification Section of the state Stoard of i education. Or. Frazer received the rulings on tile petitions from Adel f. Throckmorton state superintendent of Public instruction yesterday morning. Petitions of Union 3 North of town Sumner and Ju-1 Potter were approved. All of Union 3 was included in the Transfer to no. 409 with almost All of Sumner and most of the Potter districts. Or. Ira or said the order from Throckmorton did not t state what i sex Ilion would in made on Union 2. A however it is pre Simit d the District will remain in District \o.-377fi of Gingham a a or. Frazer said. In denying the Union 2 edition Throckmorton order stated tile following reasons a a rhe Transfer petitioned for does not carry out the Pur a ses and i it Rov i s i on s of the school unification acts in the opinion of the state superintendent of Public instruction. A a b 1 he Transfer of territory petitioned for is in violation of the limitations Souci fied in Section 6 b of said chapter 410 of the Laws of Kansas. A a c other and additional reasons for denial of said petition Are As follows there is no Clear indication that the parents of a majority of the school age children and pre Cho a a a Chilynn i b to Tran for i United he Hil District no. I l i. The Petiti his ind Tho who prefer to remain in i unified Schtoil Nisi riot no. 377 Are inter min it ded throughout the District. Petitioner own or rent less than 4 i per cent of the Territ by in i Nion 2.�?T�?T or. Frazer said yesterday that a ending a recheck of the areas involved he we it uld estimate that the districts let eing transferred to 499 would involve approx mail 40 children and would require two additional teachers and a Sibly two More buses for . He also said that the original valuation figure of approximately $2 1/2 million for the area would be lowered and May create a problem in that the new valuation figure May not meet budgetary demands. A until we arrive at a new continued on Page 5 gof congressmen around the Nek area seek new Laws for combat on poverty Ruys building Everest the Rainbow Tele abuses scandals and Mulsman Gram they Call the Opportunity has purchased the it Lee build Are destroying the apr the republicans offer a pro or. And mrs. Edwin Marshall . Farr mrs. . Page nurse mrs. Warren Tharp and or. And mrs. Raymond Mcdan continued on Page 5 of to in military and politic Fields South korean troops battled off Viet Cong in a fight before Dawn Only to Miles North of Saigon. The guerrillas were caught while probing toward a Bridge being built by a korean construction unit. The koreans said they had killed 16 Viet Cong and lice dispersed them with tear Gas. A shortage of diesel fuel threatened the electric Power of Hue the Center of Buddhist revolt in the North. The government is restricting Oil shipments daily to one Day s sup continued on Page 5 continued on Page 5 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Oak wreaths diplomas at Ahsu warns soviet naval threat in Europe a to Kan area partly Cloudy and warmer. Washington apr the soviet naval threat in the euro Kansas partly Cloudy to Pean area a is real now and still Day and tomorrow scattered growing Quot sen. Stuart by Ming showers this morning Hig to ton d-mo., said in a censored 80s. Report made Public saturday Missouri a partly Cloudy Quot a Symington said . Naval a officials he talked with on a re cent european trip expressed Surprise that so Little attention thermometer readings has been paid to what was pie 2 .84 tured dramatic change in 3 .84 soviet naval capability Over a 4 .84 Short time 5 .82 the senator s views were con 6 .80 tamed in a 95-Page report on his 7 78 trip which he presented to the g .7 chairmen of the Senate armed services and foreign relations a committees. Symington Low yesterday Morong 64 member of both groups. He also temperatures a year ago today serves on the Senate panel Low 50, High 64. Which oversees activities of the cd. River stages Symington had previously Omaha 7.1 up 0.4. Summarized the report in a let Nebraska City 8,2 up 0.2. Ter May 4 and at a news Confer Ruji 8.6 up 0.1. Once St. Joe 9.9 Down 0.1. Symington said he was told in ,2,75 0.09. Continued on Page 5 Leavenworth 8.9 no change. He said. But Hershey added that of draft Lenus us Congress could produce in the exist my system prove ments in the draft system ments on such grounds As de rdwfthincra7i22q of Tiv it that would be Fine. Pendency student status occur Street. And the lieutenant general Patlon and unfitness is Bas Leal Resolution establishing a now 72, said he would Welcome by sound from the viewpoint of a in per hour Speed limit in City any congressional i Vestiga the National interest Quot parking lots and alleys in an Tion. The present system found a area bounded by second Street amid mounting demands for a defender in the us. Commis the North South Alley West of draft inquiry a and Campus sooner of education Harold seventh Street. Main Street and protests against the draft sys Howe ii. He termed current pol commercial Street and re tem a Hershey mused in an ides a orderly understandable Stric Ting parking on the parking interview about Congress dem and useful in the present Stua on stations and the operation Tion Quot he has headed for 25 years. Hershey said much of the criticism aimed at the draft system backfire that stems from Uncertain and divided Public opinion about the War in Viet Nam. The conflict has produced step up draft Calls and a return to korean War rules on student deferments As for congressional criticism a which has come from both democrats and republicans Hershey said a everybody on the Hill is up for re election in the House and some in the Senate they Don t know just How people feel about this War that s going on. A when i get attacked by a lot of these Fellows a hell they be got to attack somebody. They have to live their lives and i have to live the Pentagon said saturday that manpower officials Are reworking a study of the draft system ordered by president Johnson two years ago adding a in the draft study presently being conducted by the department of defense various lottery systems Are being considered along with Many other alternatives Quot officials said it would be premature to say the study would conclude that a lottery would be preferable to the present system. Testifying before Congress in february Secretary of defense Roberts Mcnamara said staff work on the study had been in the firm has occupied since Antipoverty program say a group of House republicans the building was owned by the who want new legislation to Everest development Assoc a solve the problems of the poor Tion which leased it to the co they urge dismantling of the operative. Office of economic Opportunity plans Are being made to re which runs the program in Model the Interior in the near lagging the role of state and to future. Dean Moore manager of governments and tightening congressional control Over spending eight of nine republicans on the House education and labor committee joined in assailing the current program and presenting an alternative. Their views Are in a dissenting report on a Bill approved by the committee s democratic majority to carry the Antipoverty program into its third year. The gof report foreshadows a bitter fight when the Bill comes to the House floor next month. In place of the committee Bill Washington apr the which would authorize $1.75 Bill United states accused Cuba of non for the coming fiscal year a deliberate unauthorized in trance by cuban military personnel Quot into the us. Guantanamo base and warned further i sequences Quot the Castro regime immediately rejected the us. Protest note saturday by returning it to Washington. The us protest was filed to Havana through diplomatic channels Friday amid rising tension Over the big , base at Cuba s Eastern tip. Premier Fidel Castro has ordered an Alert continued on Page 5 the Telephone firm said. Pool to open Valley flail plans Are to open the Kendall memorial continued on Page 5 . Warns cubans away from Gizmo crusade which would continue the present programs but with redefined goals standards and administration it would authorize $1.4 billion in Federal Money and Call for partial Matching of funds by local and state agencies to produce a total of $1.98 billion for the various programs. They would place the Job corps and neighbourhood youth corps in the labor department adult education programs in the office of education and leave Only the Community action programs and the Domestic peace corps in the Geo. The report accuses the democrats of a one of the sorries exhibitions of political partisanship Quot congresses a has Ever witnessed Quot in drafting the pending Bill. The democrats wasted $200,-000 which Congress appropriate continued on Page 5 Surveyor gemini 9 get Okay to orbit this week Cape Kennedy Fla. Apr the gemini 9 astronauts and a spindly Surveyor Moon Lander spacecraft a America s one two punch in the Battle toward the Moon were flashed a go Quot signs saturday to blast off this week for a two pronged assault on space. Astronauts Thomas p. Staf pictures of the Moon feb. 3, air Force i t. Col. Stafford meanwhile described his own gemini 9 Mission the most Complex and sophisticated Quot manned space journey yet. And the use of a slowly tumbling substitute target satellite makes it a far More challenging a than originally plan Ford and Eugene a. Cernan Ned he said ready and eager to zip into or Catterson said Stafford and bit cleared their last major Cernan were a in Good spirits Quot physical examination and got an unperturbed Over the 24-hour All Clear from the gemini 9 mis postponement called which de Sion review Board to rocket played the launching until into space wednesday whether wednesday to allow time for their rendezvous target Satel in the Oak Wreath ceremony traditional opening for Atchison High school commencement exercises girls of the Junior class bring the Wreath Forward to its place along the front of the stage while the seniors sing accompanied by the High school photo. Lite makes it or not. Or Duane Catterson a flight surgeon saturday pronounced the gemini 9 Crew a in great shape a fit and ready for the Spiker like Surveyor poised atop its la Story tall Atlas Cen Taur Booster rocket was Given a go ahead to begin its countdown sunday and Thunder Moon Ward at 10 40 . Edt monday. After a 63-hour mechanical dance across 231,483 Miles of space the Craft will set its three pad like feet gently on the surface of the Moon at 1 38 , thursday where it can relay television pictures of the lunar landscape and Tell about the firmness of the surface and temperature there. If Surveyor Success the United states will have accomplished a feat a probably As difficult As or More difficult than anything that has Ever been achieved in space by anyone a a said Benjamin Milwitzky Surveyor program manager for the National aeronautics and space administration. Equipment aboard the 2,194-Pound Craft is considered to be More sophisticated than the soviet Luna 9, which transmitted continued on Page 5 memorial Day services Veteran organizations of Atchison will conduct memorial Day services tomorrow at local and area cemeteries honouring deceased veterans of All . Wars. Memorial services for deceased Navy veterans will be held at the West end of the Railroad Bridge on the Missouri River at la . Time of services at the cemeteries in which salutes will be fired by National guard squads and taps by Atchison High butlers it. Calvary 9a.m.�?~.sunset memory gardens 9 20 . Oak Hill 9 20 . It. \ Ernon to . Sumner 10 30 . Lancaster la . St. Annas it Gingham to ., and i ver Green cemetery Finingham 10 15 . The knights of Columbus will hold the annual memorial Day mass at it. Calvary cemetery at to . Tomorrow

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