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Chanute Tribune (Newspaper) - May 11, 1968, Chanute, Kansas Gifts for Mother in wide variety of choices Given the inquiring reporter asked a if you could give your Mother any gift you might choose what would it be forecast Damp Cool the Chanute Tribune single copy Price ice Chanute Kansas 66720, saturday. May la 1968 8 pages 76th year no. I car damage in crashes 15 trapped miners freed Hominy Falls . A. An adjoining abandoned mine As each Man stepped off the was a great wave of laughing be alive and those presumed fifteen stiff and chilled Coal shot millions of Gallons of water belts unaided a Blanket was and hugging. Dead publicly but it was Likely cars driven by Margaret Scott 48. Of 504 s. Evergreen and Harry Sleeper 70. Of r03 miners Rode a conveyor Belt to j through the n. Grant collided at main and Freedom before Dawn today aft Safeway. Plummer about 2 . Yester Day. Mine s Wavy Pas Melissa Blessing Annette Harrison Melissa Blessing four daughter of or. And mrs. James Blessing 927 s. Evergreen a a Annette Harrison four daughter of or. And mrs. Bill Harrison. Fort Worth. Tex., police estimated damage to the Scott 1966 Buick station Wagon at $450 and to the Sleeper 1961 Falcon at $175. Officers said Sleeper told them he stopped at the Stop sign on the South Side of the intersection failed to see the Scott car coming from the East and drove into the intersection. Damage was to the front of the Sleeper car and left front Side and rear of the Scott car. About 9 10 last night a 1958 Pontiac driven by Jenevieve Edwards 19, of 213 n. Evergreen struck a parked 1966 Chevrolet belonging to a. E. J Kyser Savonburg in the too Block on North Highland. Front of the Edwards car received Elwood o Dell Man out. Was the first thrown around his shoulder and it was difficult to make out that families had been notified. He was Lee to a padded Bench. Any of the conversations As the j but they still crowded in Hope or spending five terrifying Days tile first Miner came out of they were Black from hard scene turned to bedlam. Pro huddled in a flooded mine. The mine Entrance into the hat to Boot and wet from the fog Raphers bulbs went off like left behind deep in the Moun Glare of floodlights and the wait water they had to Wade through harsh fireflies Tain were to of their Fellows for ing arms of his wife and family on part of their journey. J there also was sadness whom All Hope was lost Long at 5 20 a in. He had spent a to the lamps on their hats flick among relatives of the bombs ago. Tai of 118 hours and 20 minutes ered through the gloom. Ing men crowded to the in in the mine since he reported at first the 200 friends and trance in faint Hope. It was believed the to were for we Ork at 7 . Monday. Relatives who had waited most swept to their death monday the others followed in Quick of the night around the mine in mine officials had not re tween the emergence of the first noon when a break in the Wall to successor j trance were silent. Then there leased a list of those known to Man am As after a few minutes sitting Down on foam covered benches outside the mine Entrance the men were led to ambulances. But All did not go. Tile men appeared dazed by the harsh floodlights and the questions being thrown at them by mine officials and relatives. Only five minutes elapsed be talk climate very Good Paris apr american and told newsmen he was a very sat Lite. Guage would be French mean one Man who came out of the mine did not get into an Amu North vietnamese negotiators asked if there would be Vance and Lau reportedly ing they could speak French i Janoa however. A woman had reached agreement today on a further meeting tomorrow he agreed that they should give out addition to the other two Lan around his Waist and procedural matters for Mon a said a tomorrow is As Little information As possible Days opening to talks which pressed As to whether a Viet on their discussions could Lead to an end of the War j Nam cease fire would be the the North vietnamese spokes in Vietnam. The atmosphere of first order of business monday Man said a the americans Sug 4 a at so left today a meeting was described j he replied a no comment. We t tested that nothing further be rear of the Voser car damage As very go a do by in american must leave that to the Heads of said and the North vietnamese mrs. Bill Harrison Robbie dickerhoof mrs. Bill Harrison fort Worth. A a trip to Hawaii. Mrs. Harrison is the daughter of mrs. . Strycker Thayer. Estimated at $75, police said. At 7 55 . A minor Accident official. Cyrus r. Vance Deputy Lead yelled a there he is Quot the Miner had gone from the in at 120 w. Main a reported to a american delegation. Cd a officers. Thev said it involved cars driven by Harry Johnson. 16 w. 7th, and Mike Deacon 1401 s. Highland who was pull i told newsmen after today a session a we have concluded All gauges As they wished. Vance and ambassador w. Averell Harriman top . Be. Goti Ator will use English in the no ins enl a Quot be up a set a meetings associates said be slope Over Bam Cade r0p� cause neither is fluent in the agreed. Other sources con French. Vietnamese diplomats Vance said an Agenda for the firmed that this was an amen normally speak French As Well or. G 0f Quinwood talks monday was not Dis can suggestion. As their native Tongue. What the mine physician quickly looked Over each Man before he was led to the ambulance. Ear Vance and Lau were reported i language they will speak in the it was widely reported Nev conference is optional among was greeted by the woman front of the mine office. Robbie dickerhoof five son of or. And mrs. George ing away from the curb. Right dickerhoof 814 w. 10th. A a purse. Rear of the Johnson 1950 Plymouth received Mucu i to is Aken hands at the Erth Eless. That Vance and Lau the two official and one working Ier officials had said that the St Fol Zzz Fuz sum of the Mertin As did had at least tentative v langur Mot had a Reed a to a i go into substance on Mon t a first Tomt thet that their. Day. Official languages Harriman and Hanoi s top be Telephone to undergo observe their opening round Friday. Would be English and Viet-1 Goti Ator. Xuan Thuy will have Hon in hospitals at sex tuners Vance was emphatic on one also had been described As Po-1 namese but their working Lan-1 their first encounter on monday. Point a the atmosphere has been very Good a he said it had been agreed with his opposite number. Col. A Van Lau. That the conference will be conducted in two official languages English and vietnamese with French As the working language. This Means that each Side will use its own language in conducting the Day Phyllis Mendoza Jody Reid Phyllis Mendoza Humboldt a a new House. Jody Reid seven daughter of or. And mrs. James Reid 213 w. 2nd. A a hair Tow for r a estimate dips for wheat Topeka a the Kansas wheat crop for 1968 was estimated Friday at 192.8 million bushels Down 22.5 million bushels from the forecast issued a month ago. For any conference documents prolonged dry weather and statements which can be through april in the major readily translated and under wheat producing counties was stood by both sides blamed for the decrease in a re j after today a second and final port by the Kansas crop and 2-hour and 22-Manrie procedural n. Vietnam losses heavy in renewed Sharp Battles Ville and Richwood. But there was a change in plans that attested to the men s Good physical condition despite the Long cramped confinement. Uliey were allowed to go Home. Artillery barrages. . Bombers livestock reporting service. The new forecast is based on conditions of May i. Recent Rains have improved farm prospects in Many severely dry areas but for the most part have been too late to save the wheat. Saigon apr . Forces marines reported killing 442 in today Quot business of the Confer-1 reported today killing 442 North Ems soldiers in the last 24 hours once but French will be used vietnamese troops below the de in five Battles ranging from 5 to 5$ enemy troops Between militarized zone in renewed la Miles below the demilitarized Dong a and Gio Linh another Sharp fighting described by zone. American casualties were Marine Strong Point to the North some officers As another phase put at 24 killed and 54 wounded after a company of infantrymen of the enemy s a peace talk of if the . Count is Correct 18j from the . L99th Light Bri pensive. Enemy soldiers were killed for Gade came under enemy Small every american slain. Many of arms fire and pulled Back. One american was killed and two a a they re All in Good shape said or. Todd. A none of them wanted to go to the Hospital j they Are being taken Home by ambulances. Their relatives will reportedly Penny Sutcliffe Nanette Waldrip Penny Sutcliffe four daughter of or. And mrs. Ron Sutcliffe 126 s. Steuben a some Nanette Waldrip la daughter of or. And mrs. Warren Waldrip. 718 s. Ashby. A a vacation in traffic fatalities Fie death log 24 hours to 9 . Saturday 0 for april a 9 for 1968 196 for comparable 1967 period it 191, in the in Emeve a seven Dav old. Meeting Lott was Anta a pack on Saj on he am incan the enemy dead were planned broadly Asho usually does and command reported m jct Cong from american air strikes and soldiers killed in fighting in and around the capital. Some guerrillas still were holding out on the Southern fringes despite heavy Allied air attacks. In the Northern War zone. . 1st air cavalry division troops in to reinforce Marine wounded. Storms Rake Texas areas by the associated press a we Klong siege of severe rushed Topeka apr Kansas tray thunderstorm raked Texas units battered in heavy fighting with More weather violence to around Dong a where 1.500 Day hurling Hail heavy rain enemy soldiers have been re and torn adic winds across the ported killed in the last two state from the Panhandle to the weeks. Gulf. Severe weather warnings were in effect through most of the night for South Central and Southeastern sections of the state As the storms continued into the sixth straight Day. Claim Price not considered in army Purchase of rifles Washinton apr a sen company a capacity to turn out Kansas City Kan. Aviator and congressman from the rifles As fast As they were gov. Robert Docking launching vital Kansas issues pipeline runs Maine say the army did no to con needed under the new Sider Price in awarding a big Muskie and Kavros met with contract for Rifle production a the general because they want contract that did t go to a de to know Why Maremont Maine firm that was Low bidder. Corp. Of Saco Maine lost out rep. Peter n. Kyros d when two firms were named re the army reinforcements and Maine one of the disgruntled eerily to make m16s. Safety Check is postponed six persons were dead. Either yesterday and today by the High school layettes in cooperation in weather related traffic accidents or by drowning in Flash flooding which hit parts of the with the police department were state thursday and Friday in the Wake of foot deep rainfalls. Numerous funnel Clouds churned about Texas again Fri next week. Police chief Lige John Brotton Eldon Morgan John Brotton 13, son of or. And mrs. David Brotton 204 s. Kansas a a Eldon Morgan 13, son of or. And mrs. Harry Morgan 542 w. Walnut a a new weather 37 .90 in temperature he a i Ixia 110 90 am yesterday 39 year ago today 75 highest this Date 1963 lowest this Date 1946 relative humidity Ioto e a barometer 10 30 . 29.93. Steady. Sunrise 6 16 a Sunset 6 21 precipitation today 10 30 a. At Inch yesterday .35. Forecast sunday Cool and partly Cloudy with High 60-65. Low tonight in the 40s. Topeka apr slow steady it said the moisture soaked into the thirsty soil in the Sec Law 53 51 i Tion with virtually no Runoff. Wichita a pipeline runs of Kansas crude Oil were Down 539 barrels daily during the week ended May 5 from the previous week the state conservation division estimated Friday. The total was estimated at 262,302 barrels a Day. The ,. A Matte _ rare and there were no report cd injuries. Tornado sightings if you done to get your Tribune were As far apart As Dalhart in phone your Carrier. If he can to the Panhandle and Tomball and be reached dial he 1-3400 after i Pasadena in the Houston Viein-6 . I Ity. Informal visit Here by Dole in his Campaign for Senate the controversial a open hous a i wish some of the other Inge Bill higher taxes and their j legislators had been More con apparent alternatives a Infra sedative maybe we would t Tion or devaluation of the Doh be talking about raising your the voluntary motor vehicle safety checks to have been run an airborne Tow of the state to make his formal declaration of candidacy for reelection said today he is seeking a second term because he wants to Complete important programs which he believes Are vital to Kansas. Docking addressed about 150 legislators also accused of being biased in favor of. Marems it s a mi1 persons at a Motel in Kansas big companies in awarding con on t0 produce of the a City Kan., the first Stop on a tracts for production of the m16 t0llc Weapu Quot a tour of five Kansas . Rifle a i am bothered that they the contracts went to Harrington amp Richardson co. Of Worcester mass., and the by he said a we have begun Many programs during the past eliminated All consideration of dramatic division of general Tavvo years in office Many pm sen. Edmund s. Mus motors corp., Pontiac Mich Kie a Maine told newsmen aft the ceiling Price on the pm bid postponed because of the Rainy or a meeting with Brig. Gen. Was $56 million�?$20 million weather. They Are now sched Walter Woolwine of the army higher than the Maine firms used for Friday and saturday of Materiel command. J this adds up to a disorderly what mattered most to the procurement Kavros said after army Muskie said was a a the briefing Friday. Lar a were discussed by congressman Bob Dole at an informal Coffee in the Orchid Buffet yesterday evening. Approximately 20 Neosho county republicans attended. A native of Russell Dole has taxes now. Dole did not state if he will vote for the tax increase now being debated in Congress but he did say that without a tax increase a inflation or maybe worse such As devaluation of to pastures and in setting the stage for planting grains sorghum. Generally precipitation totals for the 24 hours ending at 7a. In. Saturday were from .75 to 1.50 of an Inch Over the Western third of the state. Top reported temperatures rain has Given Western Kansas j Friday were from 49 at credits most beneficial precipitation land to 70 at Wichita lows this the rain will be a great Boon Sene j in Congress eight years the dollars would result. Since last fall the weather Bureau said today. Morning from 36 at Goodland to 55 at Pittsburg. And is seeking tile . Senate a if Johnson is sincere and seat of Frank Carlson who has really will Cut spending he can announced that he will retire get his tax increase a said Dole when his term expires. Of his own volition. Dole the heavy Campaign schedule spoke about his vote on the was planned with travel by air a open housing Bill which Replane but bad weather forced gently became Law. The con the congressman Sailplane Down at Emporia and he continued on to Chanute by car arriving More than an hour late. A some people think in a too conservative a be told the group Gressman said that he had received letters from two Chanute residents who were distressed about his vote. A there Are no second Das citizens in America a he said. Congressman Bob Dole of Russell chats with mrs. Tom Blancett la Tribune photo e. 8th, following a Coffee in his Honor at the Orchid Buffet yesterday evening. Portent programs which i believe Are vital to the future of Kansas. A among them Are revision of the state tax Structure and modernization of government. I wish to see these ideas and plans democratic party leaders turned out enemas be for the Start of the tour. Docking was accompanied on tile flight from Topeka by his we Ife one son and his Mother mrs. Virginia Docking. Also on the flight was Bill Robinson of Wichita who Bas been mentioned As a potential candidate for democratic nomination for the . Senate. Norbert Dreiling of Hays the democratic state chairman introduced Docking to the crowd Here. Dreiling recalled a quotation by Docking two years ago that he did not intend to use the governor s office As a stepping Stone to higher office. The 42-year-old governor outlined his reasons for seeking reelect Ion in a statement Here and was to speak later at Pittsburg Wichita Dodge City and Topeka. Intercepted Lefter \ dear Cha at least tile window dressing for peace talks is attractive. Nute

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