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Wellington Daily News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Wellington, Kansas Wellington news official county and City paper Wellington Kansas saturday june 13, 19<�4 volume no. 153�?no. 110 2zw, a v. Me Barry s ideas weird parody Sumner Odulf a or. Yale e. Parkhurst former Belle Plaine physician received a master of science degree in preventive Medicine Public health this Spring at the University of Oklahoma according to the Belle Plaine news Carroll Kerley has been installed As the new postmaster at Peck says the Belle Plaine news. The Belle Plaine news notes that or. And mrs. Ron Adkins have moved to Mulvane where he will be on the faculty of the High school next year. The South Haven new Era announces that or. Richard Soult has resigned As minister of the South Haven and Hunne Well methodist churches he will be an instructor in the Virginia Union University a Dud of religion at Richmond. Harlan Hutchison has been elected and j. W. Zimmerman re elected to the five member High school Hoard at South Haven reports the new Era. Or. And mrs. Francis Pike of Sublette and mrs. Howard wheat of Burns Flat okla., were recent visitors of Harold Pike says the South Haven new Era. Marilyn Kay Welch daughter of mrs. J. N. Welch it. 2 Conway Springs has accepted a teaching position in the Valley Star elementary school system in Lyon county reports the con Way Springs Star. Recent dinner guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Lloyd Martin and family were or. And mrs. Harold Morris Emporia notes the Conway Springs Star. Mrs. C. P. Correll and daughters of Clovis n. M. Are visiting in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. A c. Boro Holt in con wry Springs say the Star. The Cal Well messenger notes that Pete Nusz May have established some kind of a combining record. On monday he ran an 18-foot Combine and at the close of the Long Day had combined 3.500 bushels of wheat. Miss Alice Nulik longtime employee at the Caldwell state Bank has been installed As the president of the Caldwell business and professional women a club announces the messenger. Or. And mrs. Merrill Stiles and Steven of Prairie Village Are weekend guests of or. And mrs. Doyle Stiles and mrs. Mary Landrith notes the Caldwell messenger. A patience is the ability to count Down before blasting off a advises Amelia liverworts in the Oxford Register. Or. And mrs. O. I. Randol of Wayne City 111. Arrived this week to spend a few Days with her Mother mrs. J. L. Mathews says the Oxford Register. The Register announces that Robert Stevens Nelson son of mrs. Etoyle Nelson of Oxford has received a four year $1,200 Boyer scholarship to southwestern College. Orie Cleous president of he Argonia historical society has told the Argonia Argosy that beginning today the Salter House museum will be open to the Public every afternoon. Or. And or. Charles Voge and family Are moving trom Caldwell to a farm House North of Argonia vacated this Spring by or. And mrs. Larry Haskins and family says the Argonia Argosy. Mrs. Marvon Gannon and Sherla of Hillsdale okla., visited this week in Argonia with her father n. J. Crouse and mrs. Crouse reports the Argosy. A Uphill fight seen for gov. Scranton Baltimore my. A Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton charged into the race for the Republican presidential nomination Friday Labelling the ideas of front running sen. Barry Goldwater a a weird parody of traditional gop principles. To the chants and cheers of his partisans and the jeers of Goldwater supporters a Scranton vowed a crusade for progressive republicanism. A a in a going to go every place that will have me and Tell them Why i think we should have progressive republicanism and Why i want to be the candidate a the 46-year-old former congressman declared. Scranton a with no Campaign manager no itinerary and 32 Days to go in the race for the nomination conceded it w la be an Uphill fight. But he said Goldwater Hasni to won the nomination yet despite his towering Lead in Delegate strength. The Gray haired governor his wife at his Side declared ins candidacy before More than 400 people at the Maryland Republican state convention in a steaming hotel ballroom. His four Page declaration was packed with Tough talk about the Goldwater Brand of conservatism. Scranton did no to mention the Arizona senator by name but he left no doubt of his target. Scranton said the party needs a presidential nominee who can to Ster its other candidates not a cd Ltd it a them to undeserved and he declared that the gop will come out of its National convention a United behind our traditional principles not some weird parody on our real Scranton went from the packed convention Hail to an equally packed news conference and said he changed his mind after declaring last sunday he would not try to defeat Goldwater because a i came to the conclusion that we do not want to read Lincoln out of the party and that we want to have a progressive kind of pinning the parody Label on Goldwater views again with out naming him Scranton said most republicans believe in a civil rights for All persons and their equal opportunities and a in economic philosophies that would move Forward both in jobs and creating the answers to a i think that there Are in the course of the last several months As i have heard them and he has explained them some rather weird conclusions of other persons on these matters a Scranton said. A i believe that As members of a party More than 100 years old we have no right to sell out to the modern expediency is of the easy answer the fast draw the Quick solution a Scranton declared. Then he turned to civil rights urging republicans a let us be done and i mean this with everything i can say with the fear of the Black Man and the Lodge supporters throw backing to gov. Scranton weather Wellington area partly Cloudy with scattered thunderstorms through tonight. High saturday 85 to m. Low saturday night Middle 10s. Well drying up Haysville Kan. A one of the City a three water Wells is drying up and must be rep aced if the City is to maintain its water needs. Mayor Marvin Huddleston said. Gettysburg a. A the National chairman of the Campaign committee of ambassador Henry Cabot i Odge threw his organizations sup dirt Friday behind the 11th hour bid of Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton for the Republican presidential nomination. Maxwell m. Rabb Lodge s representative said in a statement a we Are proud to support Scranton and we know he will be victorious in july and then again in Rabb made his announcement after conferring for an hour with former president Dwight d. Eisenhower. He held a news conference on the Lawn outside Eisenhower a office Here. Rabb said he did not Confer leaders May visit lbs Washington a the prime minister of Turkey and possibly the prime minister of Greece May come to Washington in a few weeks for separate talks with president Johnson on the Cyprus crisis. Undersecretary of state George w. Ball who returned thursday night from a presidential Mission to the two countries held open the Prospect of the two visits Friday following a conference with Johnson. Ball told reporters at the White House he could not say anything about the visits at this Point but might have something to say later. Ball reportedly judged the Cyprus conflict involving the two nato allies to be dangerous but not hopeless and presumably reported that judgment to the president. It is under Stocki he was impressed at finding that in both Athens and Ankara officials were concerned by the peril of a widening split Between the two major Western allies in the Eastern Mediterranean Region. Johnson meanwhile had invited turkish prime minister is met Inonu to come and talk with him. This invitation was included in a message urging the turkish government not to Send troops into Cyprus a move that had appeared possible last week. Ball was asked whether reports that Turkey had been on the verge of moving into Cyprus were accurate. A i think there has let Een enormous pressure within Turkey for intervention in he said. Inonu is now reported seriously interested in making the trip to Washington. This in turn has caused serious consideration to be Given to extending an invitation to greek Premier George Papandreou also to come to Washington for talks with Johnson policy is to treat the two Allied governments equally. With Lillge on the endorsement but quickly added a a in a sure he would Rabb a new yorker said he met with Eisenhower to advise the general of his intentions. A Gen. Eisenhower made it very Clear that what he favored was a wide open convention a Rabb said. Bill sends note informing Barry Baltimore my. Apr gov. William w. Scranton disclosed Friday he had sent a Telegraph to sen. Barry Goldwater on Friday pointing out his reasons for contesting Goldwater for to Republican presidential nomination. The text a dear Barry last night i tried to Telephone you. I know you realize that because of principle i have made the decision now announced. Certainly you will respect that. I think you know too that though i cannot agree with Many of the positions you have taken i respect you As a Man. A i will say nothing in the weeks ahead to diminish that respect. On the issues i will be vigorous with All the Power at my command. On personalities 1 will be the Telegram was signed a Bill Scranton. Bill Martin local boy to 0-state Bill Martin son of or. And mrs. Basil Martin of Wellington is one of 20 High school juniors selected to participate in the cooperative College school science program sponsored by the National science foundation at Oklahoma state University. The event will be held in Stillwater june 14 through july 26. During the 6-week period the students will form a Laboratory class to be taught chemistry on an accelerated basis. The course will include philosophy methods and text materials of the High school chem study chemistry curriculum based on experimentation and data assimilation. Students from Texas Oklahoma Maryland. Missouri California new Mexico Arkansas and Kansas will participate. Us reconnaissance planes to resume flights Over Laos Vientiane Laos apr ignoring violent red reaction. Premier Prince Souvanna Phou rna said Friday that . Reconnaissance planes will resume flights Over Laos in a Day or two. Reversing a previous position he said american armed fighters Are Welcome to Fly escort. Thursday he had announced a temporary suspension of the flights Over territory held by the pro communist Patchet lao. He gave As his reason that the Patchet lao forces had halted after driving his neutralise army from the Plaine Des Jarres 110 Miles Northeast of Vientiane. A unfortunately a Souvanna told a news conference Friday a recent information reaching us shows that important movement of Patchet lao and Viet Minh communist North vietnamese troops Are taking place in these zones. A the flights will therefore be continued and if the Patchet lao want them to Stop it is up to them to create the necessary the Patchet lao had been denouncing the armed flights and accusing the fighters of bombing and strafing. Souvanna had hoped to get the leftists to join in talks to end the civil strife. Fear of the White Man and let us have the courage to say that there Are those in each party who wish to Trade on there were indications that Goldwater a vote against ending Senate debate on the civil rights Bill was one Factor in convincing Scranton to enter the race. The governor said he declared his candidacy because a i was concerned about some of the votes in the Senate and i was concerned about the future of our he said Republican senators and representatives from All Over the country urged him to run a because they thought it would be very difficult for them to get elected under the other the governor said he telephoned Republican leaders a among them former president Dwight d. Eisenhower and new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller a to Tell them of his decision. A i have not talked to anybody about Delegate votes a he said. A we have just been talking to people All Over the country interested in the moderate Point of View and telling them in a going to Eisenhower he said a simply said a that was that and it was Fine a and 1 said a thank you and got off the Rockefeller he said a seemed extremely ebullient about the in Gettysburg pa., Eisenhower welcomed Scranton into the race. A in my judgment a he said a free fair and Active Competition among party personalities is not divisive but to the contrary is Good for the health and vigor of the Goldwater said in Washington he agrees a the delegates should have a the senator said he too welcomed Scranton a candidacy. Scranton it Aid he tried to Tell Goldwater of his decision thursday night but reach him. In a Telegram the governor told the senator a i think you know. That though i cannot agree with Many of the Posi of on fined to Page 2. Col 41 Senate vetoes popular vote on civil rights in his new and apparently tougher stand Souvanna said he had no objection to the armed fighter escorts because Laos has no Means to protect the flights. Laos Small air Force consists of old Model . Planes which could not keep up with the . Reconnaissance planes that have been flying from the Carrier Kitty Hawk off the vietnamese coast. Souvanna said it was a Only human for the unarmed planes to have . Jet fighter escort. Red China and the Patchet lao have charged that the reconnaissance flights begun May 21 at Souvanna a request were illegal and threatened to provoke All out civil War in Laos. Both said . Planes had staged fax Jebing and rocket attacks on Patchet lao positions. At fridays news conference the Premier rejected red charges to la at the photographic flights were illegal. A a it a perfectly legitimate that we maintain surveillance on the movement of Patchet lao and Viet Minh forces who Are committing acts of aggression a he said. Souvanna gave no details but a Here were reports communist convoys from North Viet Nam have been moving into the Plaine Des Jarres Region. Washington a the Senate turned Down 67-22 Friday a proposal by sen. Richard b. Russel d-ga., to submit the civil rights Bill to a popular vote in the november National elections. The vote capped the hottest argument of the cloture bound debate which pitted Russell and Senate Republican Leader Everett m. Dirksen of Illinois against one another with rising voices and waving. Each used up about one third of the hour allotted to each senator for talk about All amendments and the Bill itself. It was one of the most dramatic episodes of the 77-Day-old civil rights debate. It came As an interlude in the Senate a continued rejection in rapid fire order of a succession of amendments offered by the Southern foes of the Bill headed by Russell. Among the other proposals re killed despite safety device Kansas City a Floyd Hayes was so afraid someone would try to kill him that he used a Remote control device to Start his car. He was shot to death in a parking lot As he went to get the device. At the end of the month Hayes was to have started a five year Federal prison sentence in connection with misuse of nearly $200,000 of teamsters Union local 41 and joint Council 56 in Kansas City. Hayes was a former treasurer of the local and former Secretary treasurer of the Council. Police capt. Sterling Ford called the thursday night murder a major Case comparable to none in Kansas City since the Gangland slayings of political Leader Charles Binaggio and his bodyguard Charles Gargotta in 1950. The Federal government too was interested because Hayes was an in a rant government continued to Page 2, col. 1 Woolworth manager moves to Denver Kirby Harcrow manager of the Woolworth store in Wellington for three years will leave sunday for Denver where he will take a jux tuition As manager of the Woolworth store at first and Broadway in that City. Denver is Harcrow a Home town. Kirby came to Wellington from Denver in 1961. He and his wife and four children Darryl 10 Kent 5 Greg 2 and Brad 1, have resided at 616 West 22nd St. The family will remain in Wellington until moving arrangements Are completed. Harcrow will report to his new duties next tuesday morning. He was notified Only this week of the change. Mike Henderson of Denver will come to Wellington As Harcrow g replacement. Although he cannot see the catch the first of his Young life five year old Michael Gordon a hands explore the shape and size of fish he just pulled from Pond near Philadel Psia a. The boy was one of a group of area Blind children that spent a Day fishing under the guidance of adults. They used conventional line and poles. A p Vair photo ejected was one by sen. John Stennis d-miss., aimed at Freedom riders a by making it a Federal crime to Cross a state line for the purpose of violating a state Law. This was beaten 72-21. In All 11 proposals were rejected by Large margins before the Senate recessed at 7 05 . Until 10 . Saturday. Only two minor changes were approved by voice vote with the leadership a Blessing. Russell in seeking to submit the civil rights Bill to a referendum in the nov. 3 general election declared a let the voice of the american people be heard on this but Dirksen who has played a key role in pushing toward passage the Compromise Bill fashioned by himself democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana and other leaders said this would be cowardly of Congress. Russell argued that this is a the most far reaching Bill Ever presented to the Congress and a this violent change in our Way of government should not take effect until approved by the but Dirksen told his colleagues a if you want to destroy All Hope for the civil rights Bill then vote for this his voice dripping with sarcasm Dirksen said a i thought i came Here As a legislator and not to depend on a National referendum to determine what i should Dirksen said russells amendment would Quot gut this Russell replied that if it is True As Dirksen said that his referendum amendment would kill the Bill then it Means Dirk sen is cramming the Bill a Down the throats of the people when they done to want by reds germans reporting Mai Street by Eddie j. Shaw Good morning today is saturday june 13, the 165th Day of 1964 with 201 to follow. The Moon is approaching its first Quarter. The morning stars Are Jupiter and Saturn. Tomorrow is Flag Day. Done to forget and put out the Flag As it is one Day it should be displayed above All. It is the 187th anniversary of its creation by the Continental Congress on june 14, 1777. Girl states who have been in Lawrence this week will be returning Home tomorrow. State american legion commander Bert e. Church was the guest speaker last night at the Cir la a state banquet. Also attending were mrs. Church Johnny Schultz and led Davis. On the elks Calendar for next week is a feed night tuesday. The menu is to be Chicken amp noodles. Work on the new elks Home North of the City is coming along Fine and if you Haven to been inside the building you Are in for a big Surprise. Looking Back at the weather a year ago we note that the official temperature was 100 degrees for the first time. So fur this year it has hit the Century Mark once officially but the first National Bank thermometer has been Over 100 on two afternoons. Summer officially arrives in another week. The Post office will have a new 5-cent new Jersey ten cent e n a r y commemorative stamp on Sab next tuesday. It is a vertical stamp printed in Blue. To it Xiuyu is a birthday for Sarah Miller Wilma Byler Ruben Klein and a wedding anniversary for or. And mrs. Lewis Nugen or. And mrs. Wayne Maninger. Those having Flag Day birthdays Are Carl Ash Frank Holefelder. Jane Van Pelt Kendall Gallemore and a wedding anniversary for or. And mrs. Robert Oliver. Trial set for Slayer of Hutchinson couple Camdenton to. Apr John r Abercrombie 22-year-old Tulsa Man was bound Over to circuit court for trial on first degree murder charges Friday in the slaying of a Hutchinson Kan. Couple May 12. The defendant arrested after the slaying of or. And mrs Cecil Bybee at a Motel on the Lake of the ozarks was brought into the magistrate court of judge William u. Ross from the Greene county jail at Springfield where he is being held. By Bee was a brother of mrs Thelma Hinshaw of Wellington. Judge Ross set his trial for the november term of the circuit court. After the hearing Abercrombie was returned to Springfield. Prosecutor James Roach submitted several technical reports mental health project sunday the a flights for mental health project sponsored by the Sumner county mental health assn., and the Wellington flying club will be held trom 11 . Unt i evening sunday. Wellington residents Are urged to participate in this promotion the proceeds of which will go to the mental health work of the county. The flights will in held in connect n with the annual mental heal h organizations a Bell ringer Campaign. Members of the flying club will or on hand to Pilot the aircraft. If the program is successful sunday another such project will be held the following sunday june 21. Two flights were held last year one for the living club and another for crippled children. Both proved highly popular. Flares for the Prog am Wal be donated by the Well air station and the fling club. 20-year Friendship pact signed Moscow a the soviet Union and communist East Germany signed a 20-year Friendship treaty Friday but stopped Short of sparking new International crisis Over Germany and Berlin cautiously soviet Premier Khrushchev characterized the Paet As contributing to a peaceful regulation of the German he warned that the Issue can a absolutely unexpectedly provoke a 4i the treaty specifically said soviet obligations under the Potsdam agreement with the West signed after world War 11, would not be affected. This treaty concerned ., soviet British and French control in Germany and the statement presumably Means Western Access rights to Berlin remain As they Are. The United states Britain and France after urgent consultation. Judged the pact to he Short of a world War ii peace treaty and thus As creating no new critical situation. A separate peace treaty would have meant East Germany could claim total authority Over Access to West Berlin for which the West now holds Moscow solely responsible. Khrushchev announced the treaty to a cheering audience of 6,000, while the treat it said one of its purposes was to a make easier the conclusion of a German peace treaty Quot it appeared to fall Short of what visiting communist chief Walter Ulbricht of l ast Germany wanted. The treaty said the the two signers a consider West Berlin an Index Dent political unit a and not a dirt of the West German Federal Republic. This could become the basis for some new attempt to change the status of West Berlin. Exit diplomats in Moscow said this was not Clear. Ulbricht who followed Khrushchev on the platform said the treaty provided that the soviets and fast germans would regard isolated West her Lin As an entity to which a the Comox tence of the West German Federal Republic Doe. Not Ulbricht May have wanted a full blown peace treaty for he said Quot there is no other Way of insuring peace now than by normalizing relations Between the two German states disarmament and the signing of a peace treaty by the victorious Powers and the governments of German # a Ever since 1958, when he issued a ultimatum to the West Khrushchev has been threatening to sign a peace treaty with fast Germany. Rej it Eutell he has drawn Back his Dot mands that the sign u treaty with la it the Germany and thus has eased recurrent crises. A West Germany refuses to negotiate with Ulbricht a regime and the three Western allies decline to recognize last Germany As an Independent stale. In evidence. Abercrombie on parole from a sentence for robbery in California told sheriffs deputies he cd de the Kansas couple on a an a i just had the impulse to kill somebody a officers quoted him As saying. Bybee 52, a Salesman and his wife 51, were shot As they were unloading Luggage from their car at the Motel. Abercrombie was arrested Alxxia half an hour later As he was driving by the murder scene. Miss Kathryn Nance 23, also of Tulsa who came to the Lake with Abercrombie was arrested and later charged with being an accessory in the Case. She waived preliminary hearing earlier this month and is out on Bond. General writes Wichita girl wit Hita apr teen Ager Linda Wilson thought some americans were All wrong in their thinking about the War in Viet Nam. A i saw something in the newspaper Alx it it nobody was fighting a the slender 14-year-old girl said Friday. A so 1 wrote to the general. I realized they were Linda did no to Tell anyone about the letter not even her Mother. A i did no to write to get my name in the paper a she said. Her Mother mrs. Frank Polley was As surprised As anyone when news of the letter came out of Saigon to Ixia. Linda emotional Over her secret becoming known cried briefly but quickly regained her composure. The letter written about three weeks ago went to Gen. Paul d. Harkins commander of . Forces in South Viet Nam. Quot the Story in the paper was about some other person who wrote to Linda said. Quot i got the address from the a a she wrote that she Felt americans a act like you Guys Arentt fighting a War for she asked Harkins to let his men know a there Are a lot of people who appreciate you All and Are proud of every one of she Hasni to yet received Harkins reply written wednesday. He thanked her and told her that a with Young ladies such As you encouraging us and praying for us we know thut we will numbers to remember fire fat 441 police a \ius1 wide open letter Linda Wilson with to Kan. Dear Linda a real american. Vigurs it Tui

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