The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, March 14, 1962, Page 7, Image 7

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    Tlje Bend Bulletin, Wed.,
ATTEND CO-OP MEETING George M. Larimer of LaPine.
manager of Mldstate Electric Cooperative, and Mrs. Larimer
pause on the boardwalk in front of Convention Hall at At
lantic City, New Jersey where they attended the National
meeting of Rural Electric Cooperatives March 5-8. Also repre
senting Midstate at the session were Bud Parks of Fort Rock
and Richard Jessup, Chemult, directors. John Norlin, Red
mond, represented the Central Electric Cooperative.
Nixon says he almost quit
Republican ticket in 1952
NEW YORK (UPI) - Former
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
says he "really blew my stack"
and almost quit the 1952 Republi
can national ticket because of the
uproar over a private campaign
fund.
Nixon said in a Life magazine
article published Tuesday that
about an hour before his now fa
mous "Checkers" speech on tele
vision explaining the fund, he re
ceived word Gen. Dwight D. Ei
senhower did not want him as his
running mate.
Nixon said he heatedly dictated
a telegram of resignation which
was destroyed by an aide. Then
he made the television appear
ance answering his. critics and
left It to the GOP National Com
mittee to decide through public
reaction whether he should re
main a vice presidential candi
date. Eisenhower later told Nixon,
"You're my boy," the former vice
president said in the first of three
articles condensed front his book.
"Six Crises," to be published
March 29 by Doubleday & Co.
Nixon said that Washington col
umnist Peter Edson was the first
newsman to reveal the existence
of the fund. He said he told Ed
son the contributions amounted to
about $20,000 from supporters in
California.
Nixon said the Edson story was
"fair and objective" but that "the
New York Post really let me have
it with both barrels." The "Nixon
special" campaign train financed
by the fund was already rolling
through California, Nixon de
clared. Used for Political Expenses
He said the fund "was used to
pay expenses for travel, printing
and mailing of speeches, and ex
tra clerical help expenses which
were strictly political in character
and for which, therefore. I could
not be properly reimbursed by
the government."
Nixon said reporters aboard the
train immediately demanded
further explanation of the fund
and then Democratic National
Chairman Stephen Mitchell asked
Eisenhower to demand Nixon's
resignation.
The former vice president said
he explained that donations from
any one individual were limited to
1500 and that he sent word he
wanted to "talk directly to Eisen
hower." Nixon said that "much of the
fight had gone out of me" at this
point but that Eisenhower called
and told him: "I think you ought
to go on a nation-wide television
program and tell them everything
there Is to tell..."
Nixon said that an hour before
the telecast from Los Angeles he
received a telephone call from
former. New York Gov. Thomas
E. Dewey, an Eisenhower aide.
He said Dewey told him:
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fawOtkA
March 14, 1962
"There has just been a meeting
of all of Eisenhower's top ad
visors. They have asked me to
tell you that it is their opinion
that at the conclusion of the
broadcast tonight you should sub
mit your resignation."
"I really blew my stack," Nixon
said and he then wrote the un
delivered telegram of resignation.
Nixon went on television with
the "Checkers" speech, in which
he mentioned he had received his
dog Checkers as a gift and did
not intend to return it. '
He said an "unofficial count"
after the show revealed "some
tiling between one and two mil
lion, telegrams and letters" from
the audience. '
""The response overwhelmingly
was 'Keep Nixon on the ticket',"
Nixon declared. -
Nixon said he then flew to West
Virginia, where Eisenhower was
campaigning, and received his
"You're my boy" endorsement.
Arrival of new
ambassador due
WASHINGTON (UFIl-Hussia's
now ambassador to the United
States, Anatoly F. Dobrynin, is
due to arrive here Thursday to
take up his post.
Dobrynin, recently head of the
American section of the Soviet
Foreign Ministry, was scheduled
to arrive in New York tonight by
plane from Moscow, via Paris.
The Kremlin announced his ap
pointment last December to re
place Ambassador Mikhail A.
Menshikov, who represented Rus
sia here since 1958.
CURTAIL BEER BREWING
BERLIN (UPI I Shortages of
hops and barley have forced cur
tailment of beer brewing in Com
munist East Germany until fur
ther notice, an official of a Dres
den brewery was quoted as say
ing Monday.
FOR NONPAYING DRINKERS
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI i
Bartender Earl Thompson was
fined $100 Monday for keeping rat
poison in an old whisky bottle in
his tavern.
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Driving is
privilege,
chief notes
"Driving is a privilege, not a
right," stated Chief of Police Emil
K. Moen today, "and only care
ful adherence to the laws of safe
driving enables a motorist to re
tain tile privilege of driving on
Bend streets.
Chief Moen pointed out the Ore-
gon Motor Vehicle Code defines I
driving on Oregon roads is a priv
ilege and mat many judicial rul
ings across the nation have held
similarly.
"It's really quite simple," Moen
continued. "A motorist is exam
ined to determine his knowledge
of the law and his competency
to handle a motor vehicle in a
safe manner. When he meets
these requirements, he is granted
a license. If he continually vio
lates the law or demonstrates an
inability to drive a car safely, the
privilege of driving may be with
drawn by the state in spite of the
economic hardships Uiis may im
pose on the errant or incompetent
driver. This action not only pro
tects the individual concerned but
also acts as a safeguard for other
motorists.
Chief Moen urged all Bend mo
torists to abide by the traffic
laws and to treat driving a car
as an important and demanding
skill. "Such an attitude is neces
sary not only to promote greater
safety on Bend streets, but to pro
tect your individual privilege to
drive in the State of Oregon, the
Chief concluded.
MAJOR CUTBACK
NEW YORK (UP11- The tiny
republic of Andorra in the Pyre
nees Mountians has just cut its
defense budget from $5.74 to $4.48,
the insider s newsletter reported
today.
Sole purpose of its defense
spending is to "stockpile" blank
cartridges to fire salutes on cere
monial occasions.
SWEPT AWAY
CHARLESTON, Ind. (UPD-Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Bushman told ar
resting officers that last week's
flood swept away their entire
stock of contraband whisky.
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Two vacancies
on board noted
Special to The Bulletin
REDMOND Two vacancies
will occur soon on the Redmond
Union High School board of di
rectors, it was announced Mon
day at the regular meeting of the
board.
Petitions for the positions must
be filed with the district clerk 30
days prior to election, which is
Mav 7. A five-vear and a two-
year term will be open. The term
of Norma Lantz. Terrebonne,
who has served five years, ex
pires June 30. Arthur Horsell of
Powell Butte was appointed to fill
the vacancy until election time
created by resignation of Edgar
Peterson, also of Powell Butte.
The board members may be se
lected from any portion of the
district, other than Redmond
proper and Tumalo.
The resignation of Mrs. Alice
Ball, a member of the teaching
staff, was accepted, contingent on
the hiring of a replacement for
the remainder of the school year.
Other business included a recom
mendation that two days be set
aside as holidays in the next
school calendar for potato har
vest: a recommendation (approv
ed 3 to 1) that the high school
remain on standard time; that
bus insurance bids be called for
at the April 9 meeting, and that
a mercury vapor light be install
ed at the bus garage yard.
RECORDER DATA SECRET
WASHINGTON (UPI) - The
Civil Aeronautics Board has de
cided to keep secret until next
week information provided by a
flight recorder taken from the
American Airlines jet that
crashed Feb. 28 in New York,
ki 1 ling 55.
The data is expected to be
made public at hearings starting
Tuesday in New York.
IMPORTS INCREASE
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Commerce Department reported
Tuesday that U.S. imports in
January totaled $1,372,600,000, a
gain of aboqt 2 per cent from
December.
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KOREA-BOUND Aboard
the U. S. S. General J. C.
Breclenridge, Larry L. Rose
berry left San Francisco re
cently for 1 1 months of duty
In Inchon. Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Roseborry, Cres
cent, he completed training
in heavy equipment opera
tions earlier in the engineer
ing division at Fort Leonard
Wood, Missouri.
Justice court
report issued
REDMOND - Overloads
brought heavy fines to two mo
torists this week, according to
Justice Court records.
Joe H. Sloan. Albany, paid
$118.50 and Willie C. Ramsey,
Bend. $104.50. Stafford R. Cooke,
Madras, was fined $28.50 for an
overload. Violation of the basic
rule resulted in $25 fines for Louis
D. Ford and Joseph W. Hudspeth,
both of Redmond, and Robert E.
Clark, Culver. George W. Ange
ledes, Portland, paid $25 for fail
ure to drive to the right. Failure
to yield right-of-way cost George
W. Barrett of Bend $15. A like
amount was paid by Enrique H.
Gonzales, San Diego, Calif., for
passing on a hill. Francis E. Ba
ker, Redmond, forfeited $20 bail
for passing on a hill.
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Jackie furnishes crowning
touch for spring wardrobe
By Cay Pauley
UPI Stat Writer
NEW YORK (UPD-Jacqueline
Kennedy's wardrobe for her Indi
an and Pakistani tour puts the
crowning touch on the princess
silhouette for spring and summer.
The princess shape went into
limbo in the style world there for
a while, as fashion leaders went
overboard for the overblouse or
two-piece look in both day and
evening clothes. The overblouse
became a trademark with Mrs.
Kennedy in her first months in
the White House.
But some of the nation's leading
designers decided this spring it
was time to return to -a more
fitted silhouette and bring back
the princess.
Now, with Mrs. Kennedy accept
ing it, watch for a grand sweep
jiiit as last year there was that
overwhelming fad for the pillbox
hat because of the first lady's
preference for it. (On this Indian
tour, off-face bretons and back-of-Uie-head
berets have dominated
her hat styles.)
The White House refused to give
details of the first lady's travel
wardrobe. But spokesmen for Olcg
Cassini. one of Mrs. Kennedy's pet
designers, would. (The dapper
Oleg is in France).
Cassini made "13 or 14" cos
tumes for the first lady and it's
believed she took the bulk of them
with her.
These are described as "demi
fit or princess" a soft moulding
of the figure without cinch or belt
at the waistline, and flared slight
ly from the hips down. No snug
ness. And, a shaping of the fab
ric to give, in many cases, a
slightly raised look to the bosom.
Cassini spokesmen said most of
her evening dresses have slight
flaro to the skirts, with the flare
beginning at the hip. Some have
trailing panels.
Most evening gowns have bare
tops with shoulder straps and
some have what the Cassini of
fice called "peeper" backs. Some
of the princess shape coats have
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first lady: Clothes from Chez
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specializes in custom adaptations
of French designer fashions: and
from designers Donald Brooks of
New York and Gustave Tassell of
California.
Mrs. Kennedy, a customer at
Chez Ninon since her marriage,
spent an hour and one-half at the
Park Avenue salon the day of her
departure. The firm said there
was one selection a pale green
and white organza dress, beaded,
topped by a short jacket. The
dress has a high, round neck,
and long, tight skirt.
Brooks said he knew Mrs. Ken
nedy had ordered "four or five"
of his designs through Washing
ton and New York shops. These
all were one-piece daytime dress
es, with narrow silhouette suggest
ing the princess. All were in im
ported silk linen.
Tassell knew that Mi's. Kennedy
had purchased some of his clothes
but said he hadn't designed spe
cific costumes for the trip.
Some progress
made in talks
PORTLAND (UPP-Some prog
ress was reported in talks here
Tuesday between union plumbers
and management. Federal Media
tor Leroy Smith said, however, he
could not disclose details of Die
day-long session.
He said the data of the next
meeting had not been set.
Plumbers In the Portland area
hava been on strike since March
1 and have been picketing plumb
ing and heating establishments
with union contracts.
Wage hikes and free zone travel
were among issues.
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Temperafures
Temperatures during the ;
hours ending at 4 a.m. FST toclnyj
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Bend
Astoria
Baker
Brookings
K. Falls
Newport
North Bend
Pendleton
Portland
53 21
m 32
43 24
56 AO
46 27
57 33
54 36
54 33
60 31
54 22
57 29
54 26
36 26
65 48
55 37
63 48
53 40
Redmond '
Salem
The Dalles
Chicago
Los Angeles
New York
San Fran.
Washington
OCEAN LINER LATE
NEW YORK (UPD-The liner
Vulcania arrived Tuesday 24
hours late following an Atlantic
crossing through 40-foot waves
and 60 milc-an-hour winds.
Capt. Oscar Ribarl said most
of the ship's 1,300 passengers ap
peared to be seasick during the
winter storm, which struck when
the vessel cleared the Strait ot
Gibraltcr after leaving Trieste.
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