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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Bakersfield, California 2 saturday july 16,1966 Juhr californian cab opens airline routes to non scheduled flights Washington apr the the supplemental airlines a at Eastern National North enough a a spokesman Aid Fritz nil aeronautics Board mov Hority to handle those flights West trans world and United Jay night. A especially in areas not nerved by those airlines. My to ease monumental air for the next 30 Days that Are not airlines. Raffle jams across the nation now being handled by the non has authorized 13 supplemental struck airlines. It reserved. Last weekend the cab had airlines to Fly nearly too routes however the right to Amend or Given the scheduled airlines not of the five struck carriers. Cancel the authority without a affected by the strike authority the cabs action Friday hearing. To add As Many flights As Possi night came As Union and Man the walkout by More than 35. Ble to help the flying Public. The gement negotiators were re too machinists members of the strike came in the midst of the ported to be no nearer a Settle Al Cio International Assoc a heavy tourist season ment than they were a week Don of machinists began july 8 a but this was not found to be ago. They meet again today. A cab spokesman said the supplement also those airlines that usually Fly charter and nonscheduled flights a will begin accepting reservations immediately for most of the nations heavily travelled major air routes including coast to coast flights. The cab specifically granted nurses threaten mass walkout reject increase san Francisco apr san Francisco Bay area nurses threatening Mas resignations of they Don t get pay raises. Have turned Down an offer of a to per cent wage increase a spokesman for the employer hospitals called the offer a one of the largest salary percentage increases Ever offered a professional a representative of the nurses said it was a unrealistic and so far from our needs that we have made no experienced nurses now receive $440 to $510 a month in the East Bay and $420 to $500 a month in san Francisco. The California nurses association tasking a scale ranging from Stio a month for beginner to $950 a month for nurses with to years experience. The rejected offer would have increased the salary of a typical first year staff nurse with some experience from $440 a month to $500 immediately with boosts to $550 in january 1967 Arni to $560 in january 1968 salaries of tenured staff nurses would Rise to a maximum of $615 in 1968 for a Nur get with More than four 35-23-36 statistics Tell Story of Beauty by Theodore a. Ediger Miami Beach. Fla. A the average Glamor girl weighs 121, is 5-foot-6, has a 35vfe-Inch bust 2312-Inch Waist and 36-Inch hips. That is the tale of the tape among shapely Beautie it from 58 nations competing for the miss i universe Crown tonight. Miss Holland and miss Okinawa come closest to Hie average. Margo Domen of Den Baas Holland is a half Inch Shorter and her hips measure a half Inch Les it Yoneko Kiyan of Koza. Okinawa missed Only in weight four Pound it above the 121 Par figure. Four of the girl Quot weigh 121. The. Are misses Sweden Denmark. Finland Ai d Holland. The Wisp est 96-x find miss Ceylon Lorraine Roosmalen cock said this Lier formula a heat everything you want to. Don t miss Norway is ii Oro Pilsen is the heaviest with 15s neatly distributed pounds. Tallest is 5-foot-9 Lynn Carol de lager of South Africa shorten. 5-2. Are miss Malaysia Helen Lee slew Lien and miss free Cuba Lesbia Murrieta. The Beauty Queens of Aruba Ireland. Italy. Jamaica Japan. Okinawa Panama Philippines Scotland and i a a. Are 5-6. In what pageant officials Call vital statistics. Miss Holland and miss Okinawa Are 35-238-302. Other dimensions Range from 34-22-34 for the misses Ecuador Morocco and puerto Rico to miss venezuelans 39-24-39. Brunettes predominate. There Are to blondes. Miss Wales. Christine Evans has Silvery tresses which fall to her shoulders. Nilgun Arslaner of Turkey is the Only red haired contestant. There Are 30 pairs of Brown Eves with miss Korea s about the darkest. Ten girls have Blue eyes. Miss Paraguay Mirtha Martinez who turned 18 on june 26, is the youngest. Only a few Days older Are miss Japan Atsumi Ikeno and miss Turkey. A what we re doing now a he added a is trying to get More capacity. We re not in any Way involved in the strike the pessimistic report on the strike talk proceedings came from asst. Secretary of labor James j. Reynolds who is presiding Over the negotiations. Reynolds said a we Are no nearer a settlement today than we were really a week he characterized the latest talks As a another Day of futile rather than constructive discus Sions and told newsmen he had a it ked the negotiators to return1 today with a some new approaches to the the talks still Are snagged. Reynolds said on National issues affecting All the airlines which must be resolved before discussions can move on to the 37 or so local issues. The focal Point of the dispute i the unions demand for wage increase of about 53 cent an hour of or 36 months. The com manics have indicated they Arr willing to offer slightly More than the d-to-48 cents recommended by a presidential panel Over the Quot ame period. Justice William 0. Douglas 67, and his 23-year-old Bride the former Cathleen Curran Heffernan pose outside the Home of a Friend in a los Angeles suburb last night following their wedding. It was the fourth marriage for the supreme court Justice and the first for miss Heffernan a sociology major at a school for women near Portland Ore. Friends said they plan a honeymoon in the Pacific Northwest. A wire photo Justice Douglas 4th Bride Shes pay Levels now Range from 2 25 an hour for janitor Quot to from Portland. Ore s3 �?~2 an hour for top rated me years iii.-, Junior ebonics. The strike which has halted about 60 per cent of the nations air travel is estimated to he costing the airlines and labor around $8 million daily. Los Angeles a tin no Friday night a a Younh Bride in the Lite of . Vate ceremony mend supreme court Justice William o Douglas is a blonde Blue a Yed College sociology major who is 44 the 67-year-old Jurist and Cathleen Curran Heffernan. 25 repeated marriage vows in a Friend heme in suburban Encl War sketch brings leads Days. The Diplomat whose expulsion ,. A ordered Friday is George from Page i Ness and thin lip Quot she said he two of the six missile rites at Muai d rein orb. A native of years off a conclusive findings would be definitely was a caucasian and tacked. One was 25 Miles North Evv York City. Who has served mailable wednesday. That his hair was a somewhere eat of Hanoi and the other in Prague showed Between from Page i i one. The Viet Cong blew up a Bridge with mines eight Miles South of the capital. In the other a Viet Cong Force of unknown size attacked a National police station eight Miles Northeast of Saison. They inflicted Light casualties and damaged several vehicle a vietnamese spokesman said. In the North Viet Nam raids a i s. Spokesman Quot Aid american planes knocked out at least two of the six missile Sites czechs banish . Secretary in retaliation move that planned to Honey Ninon in the Pacific Northwest. Holt Douglas a a Home in the goo a Prairie area near \ Akima. Wash. Word of the impending mar a rage it ame a a uprise 1�?~ Ida a the same Day i third wife. Joan c. Martin 26. Who divorced the Jurist last june 24. Chose to announce her marriage in Montana. Douglas and miss Heffernan were married in Burine it Sman Edward Silver. Silver Aid a Small Champagne reception for eight Friend Quot followed the ceremony miss Martin who announced Pragle. Czechoslovakia Friday he had married Roger a in an apparent retaliatory w. Nicholson in great fall move the czechoslovak govern Mont. Lam june 27. Was mar ment has accused the second tied to the Jurist for 22 years. Secretary it the . Embassy their marriage ended with of spying and ordered him to mis Martin accusing Douglas tin country within three of cruel treatment and personal pay boosts Berkeley a5 a University of California regents have approved across the Board salary increases for the faculty. At its regular meeting Friday the Board approved raises retroactive to july i. That will increase salaries about 2.5 per cent at All Levels and will carry another 3 per cent in fringe benefits. More substantial wage boosts will be Given professors of surgery and Medicine at the san Francisco and los Angeles campuses. The regents did not reply As expected to the controversial Burns report released by the state Senate subcommittee on in american activities. The report charged the Berkeley Campus was a Haven for communists and sexual deviates. Regent Jesse w. Tapp president of the state Board of agriculture and chairman of the committee was stranded in new York by the air lines mechanics Trike. It was not announced whether the reply will be issued a an interim report or held in the regents september meeting. In other action the Regent i approved a promo Al to help construct and operate a 150-Inch Telescope in Australia to be the largest in the Southern Hemi Quot phere 2. Voted for affiliation Between the new medical school on the Davis Campus and the Sacramento county Hospital. 3. Approved programs of a education abroad at the american University in Beirut and the july 21. 1953. His second mar hebrew University in Jerusalem a he Home of rja2e ended in 1963 Vohen Ier pending completion of Neotia cede Douglas won an Union Lions with the lebanese and 1s-tested divorce in Klickitat coun Rae i government Quot and Heads of a Xua a the two institutions. Torn cd Douglas then mar 4. Approved the appoint Mem net Washington. D.c., lawyer two new University vice press dents Charles j. Hitch who will become senior vice president for administration and Frederick e. Weds 23 mall primed. Identity was verified later Ever through i. parents and their origins. Bowel his hich nun flied the Jurist. Biography in a a who a who a i he Fernau. Who attend Marylhurst College a school tor women near Portland listed her parents a Curtis v. And Mary Curran Heffernan of Portland. Her birth Date was Given As april 30. 1943. It is her first marriage. Douglas was divorced by his fit Quot to a life. Mildred Douglas. Rotten b. Zicholz Only one Day after Douglas married miss Martin. Indignities they had married in Buffalo. Only. Aug. 6. 1963 first word of the s planned marriage came when the couple obtained a marriage License it Santa Monica sinter or court. They departed hurriedly out the front door of the courthouse while Superior court ervice. The hospitals called it a Airame wednesday. Nun us tan a a it la a a Quot be outer a. Prague sin. E sept Liei 19.i an increase of 20.6 per cent. All the same police showed Between Blond and Bint \ a tout 1$ mile Southeard of the the state department Aid in Laurence Corbett spokesman miss Amurao photographs of Spiotto said the sketch had North vietnamese capital. Wahington the charges against for 31 hospitals in san Francis about 200 sex offenders. She did triggered scores of leads. Hint Are a of course without co Alameda. Contra and not identify any of them. Spiotto he said his staff of 40, work in the strikes against Oil de Solano counties said the offer said but he added. A there Are eng around the clock with Days pegs Navy planes from the earwax a a major step toward the a few individuals we Are very off cancelled plus 40 More de Rier Oriskany plastered 500 wednesday that czechoslovak economic recognition the nurses much interested in a some Tec Tives from other depart Pound bombs on a fuel storage diplomats Jiri Opatrny and understandably have been seek More than ments. Were checking out More area and shipment Point two Zdenek Pik had tried to induce Trig. We believe our proposal the sketch drawn from miss than m tips. Many were from min a of the places the nurses in an Equit Amurao a description shows a other parts of the country. Voth. Able relationship with other hos Crew Cut Young Man with High detective Quot had picked in Pital cheekbones aquiline nose jut about 50 suspects for question ing. None panned out.,.storage area near Thanh Hoa. Nou Quot la Quot Tae czechoslovak mis marriage application listed his Laboratory technicians were apparently with Only partial Sion Al the 1 nit a nations. Occupation Only As judge. His checking about too fingerprints Success. Pilots reported their lifted from the town House. They 250-Pound bombs and five Inch had to be sorted from the vie Zuni rockets heavily damaged Roy Campbell of French hos Ting Chin narrow set eyes beneath brows of medium thick. ,. Judge Edward r. Brand left i tie state department Chat ged almost Quot simultaneously out the rear. Thi led to the belief that the _. Couple planned to hurry to Tate department employee to How for an immediate. It tenons device in tis ceremony it other Navy planes from the offices. Opatrny was ordered to Carrier Ranger attacked a fuel leave the inked state Quot. Pik i Douglas in filling out his City of a in tall vital in san Francisco representative of the nurses told newsmen in announcing the rejection that the nurses hoped the hospitals would make another offer and continue to negotiate. Motorist fails driving exam socks tester Seye Oaks. England up it Dennis Dolan was annoyed i Hen he w As told he had failed i driving tet. So he socked the examiner. The blow made the examiner nose bleed broke a tooth and injured his Tongue. Dolan a labourer was fined $70 in court at Sevenoaks Friday. A i did no to strike him because he failed me. But because of the reason he did it a Dolan a i thought it told was the court. Inst lie it a serbian body fires minister urns own fingerprints and those two Large storage buildings but Belgrade v Yugoslavia a a of their frequent visitor -. Saw no fires or explosions to he serbian parliament Friday Chicago a crime lab staff Al of indicate hits on fuel supplies. A we Are willing to bargain night fired Zivotije Savic Srba Vas sifting possible evidence until we have exhausted All As Interior minister of Yugo from eight plastic bags of of Campbell said. Slavian a largest Republic in the feds taken from the House a he indicated that threatened Wake of a purge of top secret blood stained sheets clothing mass resignations would not police officials. His Deputy and the like. Toke place unless bargaining Dragoslav Novakovic also was police and official Quot of the Rome apr italian papers collapses. Ousted. South Chicago Community hos were hit today by their third negotiations Between the hos both were close associates of Pital began a Check on present strike this month As printers petals and the nurses continued Federal Security police chief and past Hospital employees and demanded new contracts with at the state office building in Svetislav Stefanovic fired two the Hospital put up a $10,000 re higher pay. San Francisco with state con-1 weeks ago along w Ith vice pres Ward for information leading to the country w ill have no dilators in attendance. Ident Alexander Rankovic. The killers capture. Papers until monday. Racial Calm restored italian papers hit by strike i r. A ? ducting a civil rights drive police reporting at one Point Chicago. They were unable to control the said Daley a surely some of mobs. The people that came in Here have been talking for the last mayor Daley said that h year of violence and showing blames the outbreak a in Large pictures and instructing people e<4ulppins measures on aides of la. In How to conduct violence. Martin Luther King jr., chair they re on his King s Man of the Southern Christian said King a it is unfortunate leadership conference. King that one in such a High position and his staff have been con of authority As the Mavor of in Chicago should perpetrate Susji a j Hanoi warned against trial of pos from Page i j in an interview Aiken blamed Moscow for encouraging Cong terrorist for a . Civilian prisoner held by the guerrillas North vietnamese to step up their resistance. In South vie Nam had fallen through. Viet Cong representatives in Algiers had at one Point indicated they would undertake such an Exchange he said. The prisoner is Aid official Gustav Hertz. A no person in the world wants to establish peace More than president Johnson a Aiken said. A the soviets could help bring this matter to the conference table. But i fear they want to bog us Down to the fullest extent in Viet Nam and put themselves in a position to attack us. The situation never looked worse in our efforts to head off a nuclear Mansfield told the Senate he has not lost Hope that the conflict will be settled at the conference table through negotiations. But on other Points Harriman said the North vietnamese have refused to give any information about the numbers or names of the . Fliers imprisoned believed to total 34 or More. Nor have they allow the International red Cross committee Access to the captives. Harriman a voice of America interview was aired hours after sen. George d. Aiken r-vt., warned that if Hanoi carried out its threat to execute . Airmen a the american people will he agreed with the 18, headed by sen. Frank Church a Idaho demand the Complete destruction of North Viet that the . Prisoner executions would bring the War to a a peril Aiken who has criticized acceleration of the War thus put into Point of no blunter words the carefully phrased warning of 18 self styled Sens. Robert f. Kennedy d-n.y., and Edward m. Kennedy democratic a a doves Friday that such action by Hanoi a would d-mass., Rose also to endorse the statement by the 18, which was provoke the greatest reprisals and further Blacken the Hope tor signed by among others chairman j. W. Fulbright of the Senate foreign relations committee. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield who endorsed the Robert Kennedy said that regardless of anyone a opinion about statement by the 18, agreed generally with Aikens appraisal of prospective Public demands for retaliation. Vice president Hubert h. Humphrey in a speech Friday at fort Worth tex., also warned that the staging of trials would a set Loose emotions very hard to control in this a i can to think of anything that would be More dangerous than such a step a Humphrey told a news conference before making a speech at Texas Christian University. A if the people in Hanoi have any sense at All a the vice president said a i would think they would be very hesitant to take that the . Bombing of areas n car Hanoi execution of american prisoners would be a an intolerable act. Of Edward Kennedy said he looks upon such threats a with the greatest possible degree of he said Secretary of state Dean Rusk had voiced hat Viet Cong and North vietnamese prisoners in the hands a Trigon government Are getting just treatment under International de Cross supervision. Communist dispatches from Hanoi have indicated that the trials May Start july 20 or aug. 4. There has been no official word however from the United states or from the government of North Viet Nam. Daley and King met Friday and agreed on several moves aimed at reducing tensions fire hydrants with printers so citizens can Cool off in hot weather requesting Federal funds for swimming pools and other recreational facilities Quot in negro areas appointment of a citizens commit i tee to recommend changes in police procedures appointment of political precinct workers to walk streets urging an end to violence equal Access to Public swimming pools for All persons. Thirty eight negroes were arrested Friday compared to More than 200 thursday. These were some of the comments As the troops rolled in a Man look at those guns a in awed tones from a negro youth. Balderston vice president for business and finance. 5. Increased tuition fees for non californians from $800 to $980 a ear. With additional fees this Means that non Resi i it will have to pay $1,200 a year to attend the University. 6. Discussed a proposal by pre Quot ident Clark Kerr that the regents meet six time Quot a year alternating Between the Berkeley and the Urcla campuses on non meeting months visit each of the other campuses for Consul the Board now holds to two Day station with the administrators meetings a year with at Lea Quot one at each of the nine us campuses. The matter will com up for discussion again in september. Hanoi will air special news in broadcast Tokyo the radio Hanoi today hinted it will broadcast an important announcement. A Hie official North vietnamese radio broadcast a note i to editors saying it will a release a special train Quot this Sion at 8 45 a m. Hanoi time sunday�?6 45 . Put saturday. The special transmission will be in addition to its regular broadcasts the note said. It did not disclose the nature of the special broadcast. Of Filer Sake rut Tali California to great newspaper of the soothe san Joaquin Valley established in 1866 published every afternoon monday through saturday by the Bakersfield californian corporate 1707 Eye Street Bakersfield California 9330? charter member audit Bureau of circulations member american newspaper publishers association member of the associated press the associated press is exclusive a Thev ainu to snaring nah nov a tit de for Publica Uon ail news i Neain scaring Noo Oay dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also the local news published therein. The Bakersfield californian is also a client of the United press International. The californian receives the associated negroes. We want our Freedom press wire photo service. The Bakersfield californian maintains its own county wide news service and is also a client of the Copley news service. Representatives Nelson Roberts it associates new York Chicago Detroit los angelas san Francisco Seattle Portland Denver. Omaha w Ashington. D c. Bureau the Haskins service Washington . Terence was to a negro Man and entert . Defiantly from another youth. A this Ain t Viet Nam. This is Chicago. We re just american but we ainu to got it. If we had it there be All of this a from another youth a we gotta do some More to pay Back for those two the ref map wire photo tonight weather will be Rainy Over parts of the Tennessee Valley Plains and Pacific Northwest. It will be slightly warmer in the Western great lakes Region. Elsewhere there will be Little temperature change. A 14-year-old negro girl i Early Friday by shots from unknown guns. Said a Middle aged negro Barber a i think the guard should have been Here thursday for guardsmen it was the killed California As second class mail under the act of Congress March 3, 1879. 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