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Columbia Missourian Newspaper (Newspaper) - September 26, 1966, Columbia, Missouri 1 30 . N. Y. Stocks 59 ill year no. 9 Columbia. Missouri monday september 26, 1968 pages�?10cviet peace remains Bleak Pursuit for . By James Marlow Washington a Quot peace is our passion Quot president Johnnes said Mere than a rear age. Talking about Viet Nam. But it has been a Bleak Pursuit. Peace is still As elusive As a mouse on a Beach. Things perked up. In bits and pieces getting nowhere Back in 1�8s which was a very Busy year for empty peace talk. In March of that year Johnson said the North vietnamese must Stop a heir intervention in South vet Nam As a precondition for sgt a amp of ago stations. And Secretary of state Dean Rusk said the North vietnamese would Bava to give some indication they were prepared to Stop what they were deaf before any peace talks could begin. Then co april 7 a a major speech Johnson said the United states was ready for unconditional talks with North Viet Nam but at the very moment he was saying it to Laid Down conditions. O a he said the essentials of any final settlement were a an Independent South Viet Nam securely guaranteed and Able to shape its own relationships to All others free from any outside interference tied to no Alliance a military base for no a the North vietnamese gave this the a a. They said Johnson a proposal smelled of Poison Gas and made a proposal of their own a four Point program from which they Haven to deviated an Inch since. Among other things Hanoi said the United states must withdraw All its forces from South Viet Nam although it Wasny to dear the her the communists meant before peace talks began or before there could be a settlement. A a and the third of the four Points was a daily Hanoi said the internal affairs of South Viet Nam must be settled by the South vietnamese people themselves in accordance with the program of the Viet Cong whom the South vietnamese were fighting because they did t want a Viet Cong program. The . State department immediately took a dim View is Hanoi a ideas. At the moment it seemed sitting Down to talk peace with Tbs Viet Cong looked unthinkable which is about what Hanoi was demanding. But later Rusk said the United states would be willing to hold discussions with the Viet Cong but those guerrillas could not be a primary Pari is negotiation. As time passed the american attitude on this changed. A a a Johnson said later this would not be an insurmountable problem. But nothing happened. Then late last is a Johnson suspended the bombing of North Viet Nam targets while he sent his top emissaries to capitals amass the world talking peace. But tha North vietnamese did no to talk Back. A a a and Ca Jan. Is less after a is Day pause Johnson ordered the bombing resumed. Later in the year he ordered the bombing stepped up. This time against North Viet names Oil depots. The pressure on him to find peace became intense. For one thing much of the world did no to like the War. A lot of americans did no to like it. And the War was gorging itself on billions of american dollars which could be used at Home. A lest week u Thant Secretary general of the United nations Matte a plea for peace before that body and a couple of Days later Arthur j. Goldberg. . Ambassador to the United nations made proposal. As a preliminary to negotiations he said the United states would Stop bombing the North if it just got Assurance that North Viet Nam would Start cutting Down on its War Effort a o this looked like another american Concession. Instead of wanting proof that North pm Nam would pull pack its troops if the United states stopped bombing this country War willing to Settle for assurances a although it would t take Long to find out if North Viet nans Vul living up to its assurances. But Russia quickly brushed this proposal aside. And North Viet Nam rejected it As hypocritical. Image improving for policeman panellists say the policemen a image is improving that was the opinion of Columbia panellists at an Fri Law enforcement conference this morning. Panellists included Frank Conley prosecuting attorney b. C. Brannon professor of police science and director of traffic safety and Security at the University it. Col k. K. Johnson state Highway patrol and Clarence m. Kelley chief of the Kansas City police department. The panel discussed a Quot the importance of Public re Latsons in Law enforcement a in the memorial student Ducioa a a Tea recent supreme court decision and the riots a amp dont in various parts of the country have caused amp Public reappraisal of Law enforcement officials a Coa-17 excl Folie and other officials my have a respond Mility to maintain a Batter image he added. Johnson said the Highway patrol has Sot been affected much by a Quot Dytert meeting Quot we wifi readjust to the sep Wao court decisions sad do Dews cd so testy Quot he Asid. For acre amp to Johnson said the new sidings make grounds for arrests More stringent. Quot an official can to build a Case after stopping someone on suspicion but sow must have evidence before making an arrest Quot he said. Quot people done to have any More rights than they used to but we Are getting closer and closer interpretation Ltd what their rights Are under the Constitution a Johnson added. Brannon said Many police contacts do not concern criminal or quasi criminal matters. The policeman can to always be a Good fellow but a a ten he can treat people As head like to be treated. Quot Public relations whatever describes the attempt fes communicate Between Law enforcement officers and citizens ultimately boils Down to relationships Between individuals Quot Brannon a amp id. The supreme court rulings caused some people to Tii Ink police Quot Haven to been guaranteeing Peoples rights Quot Kelly said. He suggested the problem of a bad Public attitude toward police often stems from failure of officiate to understand their own work. Brutality a rallying cry Kelly added that a police brutality Quot often is used As a Quot rallying cause Quot to gain sympathy. The conference coordinated by the Kansas City Fri was attended by so officials. As afternoon panel on Quot science and the lawbreaker Quot included Robert v. Harman special Fri agent Columbia police chief Paul Cheavens capt. Ralph Eidsen state Highway patrol and sgt. A c. Maddox state Highway patrol. Four tigers a doubtful Missouri a comeback 21-14 Conquest of fit eos saturday May prove costly. Fullback Barry Lischner and halfback Charlie Brown bothered by knee injuries probably will miss this weeks nationally televised clash at Urcla. Jim Veech a lineman who replaced Hehner against Sosa Niqui suffered a shoulder injury and first string offensive guard Jim Willkay May have fractured his foot Techner strained some knee ligaments and was discharged yesterday from the student health Center. The extent of Brown s injury is not known but is cot expected to be As serious As i Schnarz a. Both backs Are wearing . Bombers rip North yet ack ack past of keep _ t simple astronaut says gemini ii space Walker Richard Gor Doft right revealed today he was Quot tried and had a pretty High heart rate Quot even before he started his fatiguing stroll in orbit. He told a news conference that space walking should be confined to relatively Quot simple tasks until better restraint equipment is developed to help Man keep his position while at work in orbit. Story on Page 2 uni fax shortage of wire delays outer Loop traffic lights the installation of traffic lights and overhead Street lamps at three intersections along the outer Loop in the City has been delayed indefinitely by a shortage in heavy wiring needed for the Job. A a Frederick e. Jackson resident Engineer for the department said ass amp a wiring and Light Posta already Lave been installed at Broadway. Providence Road and College Avenue. The signal lights Are ready to go up Jackson said As soon As the Ca tractors for the Job. C. A. Scheppers electronics of Jefferson City can obtain the necessary heavy conduit wiring from its distributor. Jackson estimated ail three signals could be functioning within two weeks after the wire is obtained but he did not know when that would be. According to the Engineer this Type of wiring is often in Short Supply and All con it car victim Dies of injuries $2,500 Bond set for Driver Charles m. Cook 63. Routes died at 8 40 . Yesterday at the Boone county Hospital of injuries us cred saturday night Wise he was eur amp cd by amp a automobile. Rums Lea Stona 28, route 7, was a Raig aed this morning on charge of assault with intent to kill. The charges were brought after a police investigation of an saturday night la which police two struck cask with a 1ss3 Amedd dim nmn a in the Alley which Rena rest in from Park Avezac Between eighth and ninth streets. Proli Minar bearing for Stone was set pm Saor sing in magistrate court for 2 30 b.sn., oct 7. Road was set of $2,50�. Stoss 8��bks�tot8��sffl3yj82aiascs6edayeor. Richard Johnson county Coroner performed on autopsy this morning at the request of prosecutor Frank Conley. Or. Johnnes sold of inquest will be held. Bora july 1, 1803, to j. P. Cook end Franss Soldin Cook or. Cook wis a lifetime ses Feresi of Columbia. Services will be conducted at 2 30 . Tomorrow at Parker a Chapel by Iise Rev Pas Reed. Burial be is Valley Springs a amp urea cemetery. Survivors to duds z sister my. Everett Jacobs routes and Serroi nieces and nephews. Three Brothers and a sister died earlier. Pallbearers will be Howard Collins Ceri Cook Everett p. Jacobs i. J. Cook bar said Batons and Bethard cock. Tractors can do is wait for to become available. He said that one of the intersections. Providence Road is adjacent to memorial stadium and that traffic signals Are needed there for Home football merger is approved by Senate Washington at a the Senate passed a Bill today to give Legal Sanction to the proposed merger of the National and american leagues. The Lull Pasold in routine fashion without debate cow goes to the House. The measure would exempt from the anti Neft Laws Steps taken to Combine Tiss two pro football leagues but Quot would net Grant Complete a immunity to the expanded Isarua ones it is established. Plans Call for amp game next january j3toteraa fast two league Cacam Plse a a com fined player draft toed inter league pre season a Amas next summer. Showers Likely considerable cloudiness tonight and us Tsmmy increasing chances for occasional rain or showers tonight into tomorrow. Lew tonight 55-�high tomorrow near 70. Precipitation probability tonight 70 per cent Early tomorrow 50 per cent pollen count 14 is Geraed 11, grass 2linjunction hearing set tomorrow a hearing on a temporary injunction which prevents picketing of the University Campus by members of Public service employees Union local 45 will be at 9 30 . Tomorrow in circuit court. Judge John Cave set the Date at a meeting today in circuit court with attorneys representing the Union the University and three construction companies involved. On sept. 14 judge Cave issued two temporary restraining orders against the Union to Stop picketing of the University. The orders came at the request of the University curators and three construction companies working on University projects John Eppie construction co., b. D. Simon construction co. And j. E. A amp the amp a construction co. Union employees of too three firms had refused to Cross local 45 picket lines. Expansion plans for Coiar Tonse will be topic plans for toe proposed expansion of the courthouse will a explained at a Public Bartog at 8 pm. Tomorrow in toe a sir Rosm by a Kriss Ca amps amp Ess of amp brows Arfet Trefes est a a by. The purpose of Tbs Hes ring the to decide whether a Ixo do a a ssh to finance esp Aaste and rested a Deg Stem amp a submitted to it Ere at toe Nev. 8 Geaska nation. Flans Esh for my wings to be Edds pm tos East and West Vitito id Toft Bufi dog and for rears Msj i cog to provide air leg Stova toss. . Favors four nation blockade Dong a South Viet Nam apr american officers believe a four nation blocking Force is the Best Way to Stop communist troop infiltration across the demilitarised Rone into South Viet Nam. . Sources say the idea is being on the highest american Levels but the three Ether governments must also approve tha Force would include korean Ada Australia troops As won Oft. Of Tocsin Tefo Esalea sorts a amp or amp debt a South Vietn amp a. Communist infiltration across toe demilitarized sons Hethe amps 4ha two Viet hams has become a major problem for . And South vietnamese forces. Military sources indicate on effective Force would need to total at least three regiments cd possibly four a Between �0,000 and men. The South vietnamese already have one regiment in the area and the american marines Lack Only one battalion of having two regiments. The Kresos and australians probably could furnish Only Token forces possibly s 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 a a a Man s land created by the 1864 Geneva agreement which divided Viet Nam. But communist intrusions into the cons from the North would give the sooth vietnamese an excuse for occasional sweeps along the South Side of the River. Happy birthday tomorrow Frances Keene miss Alexander Robert a. Are risks aaa ent Rima Deborah fro her miss Judy have Iteld mrs. Grover Lee Haw fms mrs. Stas key holes of miss Marcia Miller Frederick Spiegel Andrew a. Wei say9 fellows9 Why not nudge the Boss Man London up on the theory that there Are Only 77 shopping Days left until Christmas j London hotel today proposed that american corporation presidents shop Early and provide $2,000 Christmas trips for worthy employees. The Savoy hotel said it was writing to american firms suggesting that a Cash Bonus for employees Christmas is Fine a but Quot would t you Libs to vat Ward them wish something Juat a Little bit differ att a it a a like a voyage to la�4ea pcs Chip and Pic pfc a Vuks it Joes Savoy a Veff Christ Ines dinners at fashionable Resta Rhu Champagne breakfast is bed sights amp ring Tours cod a new years sve party Quot la company with Duchesse Earis and a sprinkling of Well known singe sad screen Cost is $2,000 per person Bat there is a Cut rats to Ssu Pire a 33,500.air Union Calls vote on strike new York apr the transport workers Union called today for an immediate vote among 12.00c non operating employees on whether to strike american airlines wednesday morning. The Twu leadership predicted overwhelming rejection by the membership of the latest contract offer from american an offer described by the airline As record breaking. A a a a Union spokesman a amp id the airline workers Are free to strike after Midnight tonight after 8 final Cooling off period under provisions of the National railway labor act. Results of the voting Are expected to be announced Here tuesday and the strike if Vot of would Start at All american airlines installations at 6 45 . Wednesday.127 raids Are flown in one Day Washington adj a Watt House press Secretary Bui d. Myers said today a a a totally untrue that the untied Stales has suspended or Bat Deci amp of to suspend Ham tog cd North Viet Nana. Reports in new York sad Leo amp Safft amps bomb tog was to bomb amp ssh a amp to give Hast Agsa Tisae loss amp Der the sir Proa amp a steer tem amp Riffitt Muliar w9c Siador a a fear by. Apr us. Bomber Obote reported Sii ends is gun positions a ufos nags sunday Eico a Mafe Reg Ike to Gomul Nieft China. During 127 bom tag Raics of the North . Filers Flao a amp a tacked four a Urivee to of sate site Sites including Era sly Fig Miles Northeast it to Siml Navy attack bombers a sports do it stroking a North torpedo boat 59 Miles Northeast of help Hong in the Roamn Usif. Ground fighting a South Vifot Nam dwindled to Small and scattered actions after a Uresee cud in which ., South vict Adamese and korean forces reported More than 356 Viet Cong and North vietnamese hied and its captured. During the raids Over North a . Air Force f1qs Thunder Hie was Shat a Sam and the Pilot is missing it was the 395th plane reported Ket to the a amp a Oyer North Viet Nam. The antiaircraft Gua port fear knocked out by air Force Thun is chiefs were part of a Chain protecting the Northeast res artery 50 to 55 Miles Northeast of the red capital a . Spokesman said. Navy planes from he aircraft Carrier Coral sea attacked three Sam Sites in Tiu Thanh Boa area and the spokesman said they heavily damaged All three. The fourth missiles site nine Miles from Hanoi was pounded by air Force bombers. . Marines operating a or the demilitarized zone Betsema North and South Viet Nam reported a Syible kill of 60 North co amp tis amp Edas Peg 3 ignited Highway department Hearnes criticizes Belay modernizing . 71 Jefferson City apr gov. Warren e. Hearne today was critical of the Missouri Highway departments stand a foil Renfo and said if be Hadnot brought the Issue up the department would have delayed making . 71 in Western Missouri a Mcd ism Highway for Many years. A i assume in be ignited a to in the Highway depart most amps said in amp speech is forc a me amp Tina of the Missouri land title association. The to Road feasibility study or Recomb beaded aug. 13 might Shew such reads could is to teat Yessis Asri pre Risto divided Highway facilities from Kansas City South to the Arkansas line he said. M. J. Snider chief Highway Engineer said Quot sunday in a television interview that planning tor improvements on . 71�? which would closely parallel the proposed toll of a has been acrid up by the Highway department a tall the toll Road feasibility study is completed. Story on Page 3. Snider a Aid a traffic count study is be fog made by by department a the governor s request but it does not include any Oast estimates. Tbs Givs Russ de amp tha it amp Art ment has been trying to ass the people along . 72 by offering a new plan Evary year. A a let a not kid our Delvca Quot fes said. A the higher Echelon a i tha Highway department has a Asp been for turnpikes and probably will never he said he has heard it to Highway department plane Tes us a. 71 a never Sines a a to Bass to Hearnes has Appo Fotss sve Ai the six members of 5ls� Preseau Highway Coral Sutea Dimsh administers the work it is sife a Ray Dapser Tusto

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