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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                r Y N H t I nton to save GOP from Gol WASHINGTON Gov William W Serantoa em barked Saturday on what be de as a Lincolnian crusade to rescue the Republican party from the Goldwater conserva tism he sees as threateninf a GOP defeat in November v Serantoa declared himself in the running for the partys pres idential nomination Friday and received awarm sendoff from many Republican leaders in cluding former President Dwight D Eisenhower and the target of his flew Barry Goldwater of Arizona Goldwater called Scraoton of the outstanding gofer nors in the nation Eisenhower who had urged an open con vention and indicated differ ences with Goldwater welcomed the entry x of whom rhave long admired But Serantoa received any thing butgood wishes from for mer Vice PresidentRichard If Nixon Nixpohad urged some in the ring with Gold water And he declared Friday night that Scranton had a fighting chancel But Nixon said that the gover nor gave a very weak and un fortunate impression on televi sion last Sunday after receiving a telephone call from Eisenhow er advising him not to enter any cabal against any candi date meaning Goldwater Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on the program but he told friends call left him uncer tain and shaken Of tau Nixon said If a man receives a telephone call and changes his mind be isnt a very strong manHes got to make his own decisions and not appear to be a puppet maneu vered by someone else Scranton described by various pundits as the Hamlet of Har risburg because of his previous indecision solved his to run or not to ran dilemma and gal loped into the GOP presidential contest Friday in spectacular style He waved his arms smiled shook every hand withinreach at the Maryland StateConven tion in Baltimore and turned out polished phrases attacking Goldwater as a neoneanderthal type who offers only a weird parody to traditional Republi can beliefs1 To make up for H lost time Scranton sets off Saturday in quest of delegates flying to Hartford to address the Con necticut State Republican Con vention He has a lot of catching up to do With the convention or en ing one month away Scranton has only 92 delegates to Gold waters 574 with 655 needed for nomination How anyone could close that chasm was something party professionals couldnt answer New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller who has found him self fighting it out alone with Goldwater said he was glad to see Scranton joining the battle to give our party a choice But T there was a feeling among many party pros includ ing those who oppose Goldwa ter that Scranton waited too the time is too short and Goldwaters lead too long And Goldwater who is Scran tons commanding officer in an Air Force reserve unit in Wash ington said the governor will have to wage a costly vigor ous campaign to convince dele gates pledged to me that it would be a mistake to stay with me It will be a tough job mused Goldwater It is too late now Replied Scranton at a news conference will wait and see about that one The Pennsylvania governor said he has no illusions about the difficulties lasthour contest against Goldwater I think this will be a strong uphill fight he said I dont deny a minute Every fight I have been in always has been He conceded Ihe hour is late and that Republican mod erates have waited dangerous ly long to call upon our partys conscience upon its wisdom and upon its will I share the responsibility andI admit it with others of our leaders who until now have failed to act he said The thinking among the pro fessional politicians was that if Scranton could gain the GOP nomination he would offer opposition to President Johnson in the key industrial big elec toralvole stales of the East than Goldwater would have US Sen Bourke Hickenlobper of Iowa chairman of the Repub lican Senate Policy Committee says he was i quite surprised by Scraiitohs announcement The lowan said Scrantons sudden determination comes in the wake of his uncertain procrastination for all these weeks and months in the past Hickenlodpers statement con tinued It is possible he may have succumbed to the chores of the left wing press and columnists in the country who would not support Republicans in any event but who strangely enough are trying to tell the Repubii cin Partywhomto nominate aU circumstances this would indeedseem to be a partydestroying Hickenlooper considered a leaning toward Sen BarryGold water said he is still an un committed delegate to the GOP national convention but strange last minute maneuvers of this kind might cause me to becpme committed Sen Jack Millar R Iowa commented It seems a for Gov Scranton to becorrie an ac tive candidate without funning the risk of being accused of leading a stop Goldwater move ment Miller has not been considered a Goldwater supporter Goldwater still gains The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors WASHINGTON Barry Goldwaters delegate to talfor the Republican national convention is continuing to swell despite Pennsylvania Gov Wil liam W Scrantons entry into the contest for the partys pres idential nomination x The Arizona senator has 574 first ballot votes just 81 short of the 655 needed to nominate according to The Associated Press survey of delegates Convention battle in Minnesota ST PAtJL Mum Min nesotas Republican scrap headed for its final innings at the state convention Saturday after forces plugging for Sen Barry Goldwater a double setbaidfFriday Main business Saturday was a possible bid to get to a v Presidential aspirant but win pefcent as i iiiiw Another 64 delegates were be ing chosen at Republican con ventions Saturday in Connecti cut New Mexico Idaho and Vir Home Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 13 19M 10c Piper CoasUU at Two One Press Full Wire No 107 gima i A poll based en pri mary election commitments pledges instructions or state gives this first bal lot breakdown Nelson A Rockefeller 574 131 n 4e William W Scranton Henry Cabot Margaret Chase Smith Richard M Nixon H Favorite sons 110 Uncommitted 217 TheConnecticut Istate GOP convention at Hartfordwas ex pected to include four proGold water its 16merri ber delegation fGov Scranton addressed the convention Satur day in his first since he announced his candidacy Rojybticans are choosing 10 atlafge delegates to go Two district delegates favorable to picked Fri day brinj Goldwa Red gap may not be closed Inevitable split seen i of NewMexJ icos14 of 10 national convention dele defeating four Goldwater cbbicesrand set the cent requirement for endorsement t Goldwater supporters bad bid for official endorsement by a 50 per cent vote but lost in a some timesbitter floor fight witfa forces seeking an uncommitted delegation backing Walter Judd congressman Neither the Goldwater nor Judd camps had said for certain whether an endorsement resolu tion would be offered If a can didate is endorsed the states atlarge delegates except elected public officials would be bound to the endorsed can didate on the first ballot at San Francisco Among the delegates elected was former Gov Elmer L An dersen who was a special target of Goldwater forces because of his support for the favoriteson movement Also elected were Judd four top party officials and four GOP congressmen The announcement of Gov William Scranton that he is in the race failed to more than rip pie the surface as the top GOP partisans scrapped over the longbuilding GoldwaterJ u 4 d clash However at least three Judd delegates lean toward Scranton after the first ballot OfMinnesotas 26 votes in the national convention Goldwater has eight Judd seven and eleven are uncommitted egates lemained uncommtfteS By WILLIAM L RYAN AP Special Correspondent Nikita Khrushchev seems about ready to admit that the SovietChinese split is unbridge able in the vforeseeable future and that a splintered Commu nist world is inevitable concedes there is estrangement not only be the Chinese and Soviet Communist but also be tween the1 Peking and Moscow governments Khrushchev leaves whetHer after Scranton nounced the be a move toward reconcilU state convention at Baltimore Five support Goldwater and one backs New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller i Bandit comes backForgot gun first time f HOSEMONT III A holdup man determined to save face returnedJFriday to commit a job week be fore V Tonight isit he told Ralph Hornerr anightclerk at a motel northwest of Chi cago Herner facing a pistol handed Last Saturday said the same man tried the same thing T Do you have a gun Homer said he him then The man hung his head sheep ishly and walked out North lowfi Weather outlook tioD bttle hope that there will be he virtually apolo Cloudy end Sunday with thunderstorms cooler through showers and seems to say it his fault but Pe Weather details 2 Canadian flag gets trial OTTAWA Canadas pro posed new maple leaf flag flew for four hours on Parliament Hill Friday despite a legislators halfhearted attempt to haul down Harold Winch a New Demo cratic member of Commons from British Colombia pro tested indignantly when a pub lic works employe hoistedthe banner before a cheering crowd of about 100 persons pntil Canada and Parliament decide to fly this flag it should come down shouted Winch But the hucky public works em ptoye kept his hands firmly on the rope and the crowd broke out jiwith a c h o r u s of 0 Canada v Prime Minister Lester B Pearson wants to designate the maple leaf flag as Canadas of ficial banner and 0 as the national anthem He is vehemently opposed by many Canadians of British decent who favor Canadas Red Ensign with its Union Jack in the upper kft hand corner and the BiiUsh an them God save the Queen explained that the maple leaf ensign was being test flown at the request of some members ofparliament The touse of commons will debate the flag issue Monday The new maple leaf flag and the traditional ensign with its Union are the center of the flag controversy in the rest of the Commu nist world for the current state of affairs Khrushchevs remarks inter polated in Fridays speech about the East GermanSoviet friend ship treaty indicated a pro found weariness with the1 whole Chinese affair They seemed the words of a man caught in an impossible squeeze between the pressures in the Soviet Union for economic advancement and the pressures of world commu nism for more aggressive ex pansion If there is no reconciliation Khrushchev will not be kings One should not says Khru shchev allow the spread of ideological differences to inter governmental relations since this ultimately weakens the po sition of world socialism and plays into the hands of imperi believe that even today the road is not closed for the normalization of SovietChinese relations includinggovernment al relations AU that is required is good will and awareness oi ones supreme duty to ones people to the entire revolution ary movement Our party wil constantly guide itself by this principle It sewms likely Moscow con siders Red China effectively out side the Soviet bloc of nations TheSoviet newspaper Izvestia recently quoted Marshal Chen YiRed Chinas foreign minis ter as describing China as a nboaligned country Izvestia added that speak ing this means Chen Yi IK longer considers Chinapart o the world socialist Communist camp The break has done enormou harm to the world Communis movement and Khrushche seemsto want to escape blame Red Chinese accuse Khrv shchey of going capitalist catering to a Russian middl class which thinks of comfor and individual happiness befor world revolution Khrushchev insists he is jus as ardently for world revolutio as the Chinese But he reflects the Soviet peoples own aspira tions when he says pcopl around the world would hardl follow a Communist governmen whose people have no trou sers Thats the problem Its trov sers or world revolution TfST SKIN HOUSTON Tex AP dummy with mechanical ii sides to maintain human ski temperatures has been requcs edj by the Manned Center no for rights bill WASHINGTON AP i Senj Hubert H Senate floor manager for the civil rights bill said Saturday there is an excellent chance the House will accept the version the Sen ate is working on now And I am confident Hum phrey said in an interview There will be no further changes of any substance i If the Minnesota Democrat is correct on both counts once the bill is passed by the Senate am the concurs it can go rectlyf to President Johnson to be signed an to law jatiqnist from Atlanta Ga holds con federate flag as tie addresses large crowd of whites at slave market in St ST AUGUSTINE Fla AP new twist in this citys ra ial strife whites marching hrough a Negro neighborhood authorities to seek re icwal Saturday of a ban on night marches More than 300 whites walked nto the Negro section Friday ight and were greeted by signs eading Welcome Peace and rotherhood to you About 50 Negroes at one corr er applauded as the whites left the district Some said Hurry ack Photofax JLEADSMARCH THROUGH NE thenleads themon RO J BStoner segre a long marcKtnr6ugn Neirrq residential atiqnist from Atlanta con is sign that read Kill is sign that read Civil Rights Bill However if the House does not accept the Senate changes he bill will go to a conference committee to resolve differ ences in the versions passed by he House Feb 10 and by the Senate The result could be de iay or even stalemate We have beeen m the closest consultation with House leaders and we Jeel the bill as it now stands is acceptable to them Humphrey said the bill get to Johnson be fore Congress quits for the Re publican National Convention which opens July 13 in San Francisco I hope the President can sign if on the Fourth of July jiving a brand new meaning to hat day Humphrey said House leaders privately agree hat action can be completed Before the convention recess But for this to happen they say the Senate must pass the bill next week Humphrey said the Senate would and he predicted final V i Defy rules for travel in Cuba But Florida Atty Gen James Kynes said marches by either integrationists ists contribute or to segregatjpn a clear and present danger He asked US District Judge Bryan Simpson to reconsider his order striking down a police ban on night marches A hear ing was scheduled at Jackson ville Saturday Dr Martin Luther King ar rested and jailed at a sitin on Thafsday moved to the Duval County jail at Jacksonville Fri day night He tobe a wit ness at the hearing in Jackson ville Saturday A decision on the marches also may come on the streets since integration and segrega here They ence whipped them right said one Negro man encountered no vio On the inside Secret notes on DeGaulle are released WASHINGTON CAP The United Stales has stirred up diplomatic circles by publishing oncesecret correspondence ir which Franklin D Roosevelt and Winston Churchill etched in acid their impatience with Frances Charles de Gaulle Roosevelt complained that De raulle then ah aspiring French eadcr in exile saw himself a HAVANA of the U S governments advo cated by four Negro students among 73 Americans visiting Cuba in defiance of State De partment restrictions A statement the North American racist govern ment wasissued by the four It added We realize the United States government is the big gest farce in history and must be destroyed i Six others in the group which arrivedFriday by way of Prague Czechoslovakia are Ne groes A New Yorker Ed Lemansky identified himself as the groups leader and a Com munist He distributed a statement de claring We have different rea sons for coming to Cuba bui tion groups declared they will march daily A drama took place in this the nations oldest city Friday night As a first act about 25C Negroes marched downtown and held a prayer service in the old slave market A handful of whites watched quietly Less than two hours later Church lian wmtes marchec Meson City action will come Wednes 5 Indications t that Humphrey may came before the Senate adjourned Friday when Sen Allen J EUender announced hearings on a food stamp bill open Thurs through the Negro sec Latest markets 7 tion of tdwn Theirleaders Bub Society news Manucy and Dixon Stanford Sports news VVV eproclaimed it was not a Ku Business news IOKUX Klan Sroup but only white segregationists A force of 200 he meted police Classified pages accompanied both of North Iowa news 14the marches we are united in our opposition to our governments efforts to prevent United States citizens from traveling to Cuba The four Negroes identified themselves as Ernest Allen 21 Oakland Calif a student at the University of California at Berkeley Luke Tripp 23 De troit student at Wayne State Charles Berrard 24 Los Angeles student at Los Angeles City Col ege and Ron Bedford 26 St Louis architectural draftsman The 73 circumvented US re tnctions on Cuban by obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and Prague be ore fljuig to Havana Lemansky said members were rom the United States and Puerto Rico The Americans 49 23 women planned atwomonth stay in Cuba In Washington the State De jartinent saidV 6rily it learned the group was eh route o Cuba notified US em bassies in Paris Prague But the word wastop late for the embassies to reach the students and warn them of the conse quencesof a visit to Cuba offi cials said A warm greeting was staged for the Americans by represent atives of the cCuban Foreign Ministry and student Commu nist leaders Flowers were pre sented to every American Leinansky told newsmen the trip was arranged by the Stu dent Committee for Travel to luba There had been an agreement these sessions would begin as soon as the civil rights bill was out of the way Humphrey said The Minnesotansaid action on amendments bill under cloture imposed by the Senate Wednesday been Blaster than expected Each senator now is limited to1 one hour of speaking time 6n the bill arid all amendments i The Senate is in session Satur day as the leaders try to push the bill along Vi 1L changes proposed by were rejected and two minor changes accept ed by the bills managers weri agreed to by voice vote Editorials 11 Clear Lake news 12 Report Turkish leader ready to talk with LBJ ANKARA Turkey AP Prime Minister Ismet Inonu is reliably reported ready to fly to Washington to thrash out the a messiah and Churchill picthorny Cyprus issue with US lured liim in turn as a slruttingjieaders President Johnson recently suggested such a visit in an ap parent effort to avoid thepos sibility of an open clash between the two North Atlantic Treaty Organization partners Greece and Turkey over Cyprus The semiofficial Anatolian agency said Inonu in his reply to be delivered to Johnson dication here however about he possibility of a meeting be tween Inonu and Greek Premier George Papandrcou in Washing ton combination of Joan of Arc and Clemenceau The dispatches between the two Allied leaders were written in 1943 In releasing the docu ments Friday the State Depart ment went out of its way to say that publishing the tart remarks of Churchill and Roosevelt did not grow out of this countrys current troubled relations with President de Gaulle It said it through US Ambassador Ray was part of its program of re leasing documents 20 years or more old mond Hare will indicate ceptance There was fclill no official in You cant buy peanuts for peanuts Both US Undersecretary of State George Ball who saw Inonu Thursday and NATO Sec retaryGeneral Dirk Stikker who is currently visiting Ankara said a meeting between top Turkish and Greek government officials is vitally needed to solve the Cyprus problem In Athens a Greek Foreign Ministry source said Papan dreou would visit Washington to discuss the Cyprus crisis if in vited by President that he had not received my such ATLANTA Ga AP A constituent of State Sen EC Kendrick is indignant about the price of peanuts Have you any idea liow much the peanuts have up in three years asked a terse note left on Kendricks desk As one of the children of Georgia whom you represent I request that you amend the state constitution to prevent the ven dors from charging these out rageous prices Thank you The note was signed by Ken dricks 10yearold daughter Ruth Glenn working around yard HOUSTON Tex mer astronaut Lt Col John Glenn has recovered sufficient ly from an inner ear disorder to work in his yard and walk around tho nejghborhood CHANGE OF HATS FOR TROOPER Look ing ahead to the June 14 commencement the Uni versity of Connecticut state trooper Edwird Peters 30 from Hartford looks at his cap in the rear view mirror of his patrol car at Storrs He intends to go on to law school   

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