Albuquerque Journal in Albuquerque, New-Mexico
13 Jun 1964

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13 Jun 1964

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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Albuquerque, New Mexico Today a smile it Reha. Kan. Apr Bill lw1� of Eureka r Aux i a of sikh thai Mutt have thought he d found the Brand adds of All worm the flab had wallowed a so Lnch Long water Moc Ealan but wit hungry enough to take Lewis bait. Alb real Good morn of it looks like Coldwater Baa Llau deed l f a to Jajean it com to Der an too. Nixa. Rockefeller or Bot Neom Elsa 84th year volume it number 14 second Eta a postage paid at Albuquerque and at additional mailing offices saturday morning june 13, 1964 published Dally and sunday St Toi surer a. Albuquerque n m toe weekly 15c sunday Only 36 pages in four sections it it it Price 7c Scran menters bid Senate rejects Southern move for National vote on civil rights for gop nomination hits Coldwater ideas Baltimore apr Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton charged into the race for the Republican presidential nomination Friday Labelling the ideas of front running sen. Barry Coldwater a a weird Paradox of traditional gop principles. To the chants and cheers of his partisans and the jeers of Coldwater supporters 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 a progressive republicanism and Why i want to be the candidate a the 46-year-old former congressman declared. Scranton with no Campaign manager no itinerary a a a a w a and 32 Days to go in the race for the nomination conceded it will be an Uphill fight. But he said Coldwater Hasni to won the nomination yet a despite his towering Lead in Delegate strength. A i done to think they have it Washington apr sen. Barry Coldwater said Friday anywhere near in the bag a he welcomes Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton a bid he declared. Too late to Stop me sen. Coldwater says a a it is too late now a Coldwater said in an interview with the National broadcasting . A it is a desperation move. He will have to wage a costly vigorous Campaign to convince delegates pledged to me that it would be a mistake to stay with called prime mover Coldwater said former vice president Richard m. Nixon was a a the prime mover Quot getting Scranton to enter the for the Republican presidential nomination but Quot it is too late now to prevent a Coldwater Victory. The Arizona senator also said a few hours after Scranton s announcement i it it it Quot it is a desperation move. He will have to wage a costly vigorous Campaign to convince delegates pledged to me that it would be a mistake to stay with republicans opponents of Coldwater also welcomed their Scranton move although there were few predictions of aug race the governor said he de Icess or the pennsylvanian cited Only thursday night to Coldwater backers generally j50.took the View its too late to Nixon who is not a de Stop their Man. Dared candidate said in the. Agrees with thesis Wake of Scranton a announcement that he was Neutral. Coldwater has said repeatedly he thinks the former vice president will be his final hurdle on the Way to the nomination. The Grey haired governor his wife at his Side declared his candidacy before More than 400 people at the Maryland Republican convention in a steaming hotel ballroom Tough talk his four Page declaration e a v i i y circumscribed was packed with Tough talk himself and others about the Coldwater Brand of. The latest associated press conservatism. Scranton poll shows Coldwater with 561 did t mention the Arizona Dele sales _ against 655 need senator by name but he left t0 nominate. The senators no doubt of his target. Backers insist that selections his fans burst into a a big week and next will As pause two dozen times As sure him More than 600 votes Scranton delivered his Decla convention time and bring ration a loudest and longest him the nomination on the when he said first or second ballot. A i come Here to announce _ ,.i am a candidate for the Scranton delegates presidency of the u n i t a d 206 Are committed to other states a announced and unannounced but there was an undertone candidate while 83 Are listed for favorite sons and 213 Are of jeers and chants of Quot we want Coldwater a too. I a a a stand must a made it selected Are in. But the hour is late a he de former president Dwight dared. A a. The Republican party is in danger. And come the entry of gov. Scran some say our country May ton whom i have Long and be mired. Needs boosting but the statement issued Scranton said the party from Eisenhower a Gettys needs a presidential nominee Burg office was largely a reiteration of his belief that a free fair and Active Competition among party personalities is not divisive and it carried no hint of endorsement for any candidate. Gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller of new York the Only candidate who has thus far been waging an All out fight continued on a-7 Scranton motivated by survival by Paul wieck of the journals Washington Bureau Baltimore a it is the instinct for survival that has compelled Eastern Seaboard republicans to clamor for moderate alternative to sen. Barry Coldwater the Arizona conservative. It is this same instinct that impelled gov. William Scranton of Pennsylvania to plunge into the mainstream of re publican presidential politics Friday. He was in top form for the occasion a Crisp sometimes witty always self possessed. Quick decision gov. Scranton a decision was Quick a almost sudden once made he wasted no time in implementing h i s plans. As late As thursday even ing a Small but far Flung band of Liaison Man Labonog around the country for Pennsylvania a gop chair Man Craig Truax and contacting gop delegates had no knowledge that the decision was in the making. It came out of a a High level session in Harrisburg pa., attended Only by gov. Eisenhower said a i Wel Seranton his wife Mary sen. Hugh Scott r-pa., who feels Goldwater a probable candidacy seriously threatens his own race for re election and even before Scranton a announcement speech in Baltimore Goldwater a office issued a statement saying the Arizona conservative agrees with the governors thesis that a the delegates should have a choices at the convention beginning july 13 in san Francisco. Coldwater did no to Point it out but delegates Freedom to choose already has been by gop to select mid water delegates today state convention starts at 9 30 . In Johnson gym by Wayne s. Scott new Mexico republicans meet today to name a group of Coldwater supporters to their party a National nominating convention and to adopt a Short platform which hits at state and National administration policies. Gov. Paul Fannin of Arizona a Strong supporter of sen. Barry Coldwater for the presidential nomination will key uncommitted. Remaining to related Story on a-2 study convention hopefuls four members of the state Republican committee which will nominate National convention delegates Are shown As they looked Over lists of hopeful applications Friday. Seated left to right Are mrs. Gigi Atchison of Aztec mrs. Dan Caldwell of Springer and mrs. Nancy Koch of Albuquerque. Standing is Lewis Cox of Roswell chairman of the nominating committee. About 65 republicans had applied Friday to be named to the official delegation of 14 delegates and 14 alternates. Journal photo wants to remain at session on courts Concession unit operator likes old City Hall Russell Dirksen Exchange heated words on Issue hottest argument of cloture bound debate ends 67-22 Washington apr the Senate rejected Friday a Southern proposal to submit the issues in Tho civil rights Bill to the people in a National referendum. The vote was 67 to 22. Sen. Richard b. Russell d note today a convention. It gets under Way at 9.30 . At Johnson gymnasium on the univer i sity of new Mexico Campus. After routine votes gov. Fannin is scheduled to speak As soon As routine votes Are taken on organizational matters. These matters include election of Ruben Pankey of Sierra county As convention chairman and official confirmation of committee members. The convention party leaders stress is open to the Public. There will be plenty of gallery space for All who wish to at by Dick Mcalpin tend although Only official Johnny Baca Blind oper delegates will be allowed on Ator of Johnny a stand b Fred Bucki Esth. floor Cor dog to City Hall. Aul Friday he pro Prev Al lab it at a citizen. Conferee on court. Tex Roberts gop Campaign Fermi to keep his Concession a a. It. . Friday seemed to favor a major change in new Mexico s 8keen nominated state chairman Joe Skeen was nominated a National both new Mexico senators vote against. Washington a a both new Mexico senators Clinton p. Anderson Ltd and de Merthem voted against the civil rights Bill amendment proposed by sen. Russell. Change is famed in state s system of picking judges stand where it is rather than move it to the new i t y 8vsttmt1 Hall. A i feel at Home Here a said convention Delegate Friday Baca. A a in be always been near by the nominating committee the police ate Ain and jail it did nothing else other than to receive applications from about 65 party members a including about so from Bernalillo county a who want to be among the 14 delegates and 14 alternates to the National meeting. Baca who served As a City Jailer for eight years before becoming Blind said he thought the City commission should reject All Concession bids received for operation of the employ yes lounge snack area in the new City Hail final decisions on the Nom an4 e1v free Concession nations will be made shortly to another Blind person before the committee must re i Quot Eastern states continued on at who can bolster its other candidates a not a doom them to undeserved he declared that the gop will come out of its National convention a United behind our traditional principles not some weird parody on o u r real Scranton went from the packed convention Hall to an continued on a-7 state temperatures increase slightly continued on a-2 zoo to get additional elephant a this is what they do in Eastern states in Public buildings a said Baca. Remodelling plans Tor the to some form of the american bar Assn. Judicial nominating commission plan for picking members of the supreme and District courts. There was Strong backing to remove judges from politics. The two Day conference will related 8ten Aab tend today at the University of new Mexico student Union bldg. The Aba method which would require a constitutional amendment Calls for separate seven member nominating commissions for the supreme court and each judicial District a three laymen named by the governor three attorneys chosen by the bar old City Hall Call for Johnny associations in the areas of to get a larger area in a n to a with the s u p reme employ yes lounge which will court chief Justice serving As be constructed on the second chairman. Floor three nominees. I in said Friday h. Was comm ask. Would submit a a a a a a by the. To . A. A Way to pre a Sain by no Lith Al science association vent invasions of their states os., the Leader of the Southern senators who have fought the Bill for 77 Days offered the amendment to make the Bill effective Only if approved by a majority of the people in a referendum held along with the nov. 3 general election. A let the voice of the american people be heard on Thia Issue a cried Russell. A shirking says Dirksen sen. Everett m Dirksen 111., the Senate Republican Leader who has played a key role in pushing the Bill toward passage replied that to adopt the referendum proposal would be a cowardly shirking of congressional responsibility. A this is a Way to destroy what we have done and it should be repudiated by an overwhelming m a j o r i t a a Dirksen said in an waving speech. That won plaudits from democrats As Well As republicans. Dirksen said adoption of russells amendment would a gut this Russell said of Dirksen a statement were True a it meant he is cramming it the. Award waa baud on Down lbs of lha 15-part Arri. On the. Court. Who Quot the it a Don a want and administration of Justice riders proposal rejected which appeared in the Jour rejected earlier by a vote rial during february. Of 72 to 21, was a a Freedom the 12 winners in the com-1 riders amendment urged by journal reporter honoured for series on courts Justice Frankie Mccarty of the Albuquerque journal is one of 12 Western journalists who have been honoured by the american political science Assn. For excellent reporting of Public affairs. I afraid he would have to close three nominees to the gov his stand for six months error who would appoint one while remodelling took place however Don House act ing have been invited to an sex by demonstrators. Of them. The. Appoint., would pen a h waver lion House act run unopposed on i. Record political scientist administrative assistant the. It Rit general Lection a Quot you at Ai cur a con Linued on a-6 journal Index psst one Way to stay abreast i of the daily and sunday i tricks of Dennis while you re i on vacation is to order a j vacation pack. Call journal circulation at 247 1 3311 and ask for your journals to be saved in a reusable i plastic bag and delivered free of charge when you re con Linued on a-6 Albuquerque weather Alo Carr Bole Amu Vicinity Clin tinged offer mid mum air ouch sunday. H a tuday 2 lows ton tit 0 support. M Valley tonal Park Mont. The vote capped the hottest argument of the cloture bound debate which pitted Russell and Senate Republican Leader Everett m. Dirksen of new Mexico temperatures were up again Friday after the slight dip on thursday. Moist air also continued to hover Over the East Side continuing the Thunder storm activities. Thunderstorms and scattered showers were reported from Clovis to near Carlsbad and Hobbs. Roswell had the highest temperature in the state with sports a 98. Albuquerque registered to log a High of 92 and a Low of 56 to previews at the support Friday mom weather table ing. Woman a world Bridge crossword Puzzle classified comics daily record dear Abby editorials financial. Movies. Obituaries our slant racing entries Reader so letters lonely Duchess sole elephant at Rio Grande zoo should have an elephant companion turn. Have fun by july i according to Parks director Robert Burgan. Burgan received word Friday that the new elephant will arrive in new York City june 23, along with two Gravy zebras. The latter will be Welcome garments firm plans n. M. Plant More than 75 entries were Illinois against one another submitted in this years pro with rising voices and Gram which is financed by a waving. Each used up about i Grant from the Ford founds one third of the hour allot Iril i Hon. To each senator for talk about other journalists honoured amendments and the Bill i Ara writers for the d a n v or itself. 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Lem n c., will build a Plant _ j among the other proposals in Southern new Mexico re to i a rejected was one by sen. John will use state Cotton to make dominican do amp its stems a miss aimed Campbell said the firm has kill nine persons nu.d a obtained options on several. # 7 Sites but no decision is sex Santo Domingo Domini fur Board to meet. ,. Petted on the final location can Republic or a a fiery scattered Highway projects have several weeks. Chain of ammunition dump the state fair Board six Road safety work locations Are chosen journal by the Southern foe of the _ _ _ United press International. D-10 d-10 2 d-7d-9b-2b-2a4 news to the zoos Only Grevy d-l-9 a Zebra whose companion died year Santa fear a six scattered Highway projects have the Parks director said that selected by the state Highway dept. For correction of the governor made the an explosions at a suburban bar meet it to Weint Day at former gov. Tom Bolack of hazardous conditions under a new program of the Federal nou Cement at the new mexi Racks killed nine persons and the Fairgrounds Edmi Nistra Farmington is donating the Bureau of Public roads. Co Bankers Assn., convention injured to others Early fro lion building. A fair spokes. Elephant to the City. About the six projects Are estimated to Cost $196,077 and would in Ruidoso after conferring a the government blamed Man said the Agenda is m three years old the female built a a Federal primary with the firm a president p unknown Saboteur. Complete. Entertainment and the costliest of the six pro h Hanes jr., end Robert Las police disclosed also an at other plans for this year s Acta would be 3,5 Miles North Suer chairman of the Board tempt to blow up a French fair Are expected to be up of Gallup of in 666 in my i Manes said the new Mexico liner at dockside. For discussion. 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