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Capital, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Annapolis, MarylandGuarantees Best advertised values in Annapolis or any other City. Use your advertising investment the most effective Way a the columns of the Abc certified evening capital saturday vol. Xxx no. 172 every oa1 except sunday in Mekvl Josd s Cai ital c1tt Annapolis md., saturday. June 13, 1964 the no Wal ape w1tj the circulation in Southern Maryland Scranton too phone co. 8-5011 to Start your subscription for Dis play and classified advertising news stories and your personal and commercial printing Saeedi. Seven cents Goldwater says Steffey hits state committee in the news this morning International Santo Domingo dominican Republic a fiery Chain of ammunition dump explosions at a suburban bar Racks killed 8 persons and injured 111 others thursday night and Early yesterday. The government blamed unknown saboteurs. Police disclosed also an attempt to blow up a French liner at dockside. National Washington the Senate turned Down 67-22 yesterday t proposal by sen. Richard b. Russell a a. To submit the civil rights Bill to a popular vote in the novem Ber National elections. The vote capped the hottest argue Mentlow the cloture bound debate which pitted Russell am Senate Republican Leader Everett m. Dirksen of waving. Each used up about one third of the hour allotted to each senator for talk about ail amendment and the Bill itself. Washington the prime minister of Turkey and possibly the prime minister of Greece May come to Washington if i few weeks for separate talks with president Johnson on the Cyprus crisis. Undersecretary of state Ger i a. Ball who returned thursday night from a v Mission torte two countries held open n Vav state. _ gov. Files Iii join a number of other Maryland officials to new York tomorrow for Maryland Day at the world s fair. Tawes will Fly to new York tomorrow morn ing arriving in. Time for the dedication of a replica of the original Star spangled Banner at the United states Pavilion. Checks totalling were mailed to Maryland counties and cities yesterday As their share of the state income tax receipts collected for the year 1963. State comptroller Louis l Goldstein said it is the largest amount Ever distributed to local governments under the income tax program. Anne Arundel county received Long asks voluntary stores arbitration Washington a rep. Stores to make known their in senator gains five state votes Baltimore a Barry Goldwater apparently nailed Down at least five of Maryland s votes for the Republican residential nomination yester Day at a stats convention dominated by Pennsylvania gov. William Scranton s announce ment of candidacy. Goldwater backers predicted their votes in the 20-member delegation would increase by. Several More before the gop National convention july 13-16. The five delegates listed for Goldwater publicly stated _ they 1 favor him. The delegation is it a facially uncommitted to any candidate and Scranton could count on probably getting the majority of them if he is the major non Goldwater Choice Al convention time. Several of those listed As uncommitted arc still behind the candidacy of new York gov. Nelson Rocke Feller. "1 Don t think gov. Scranton s visit affected this can Venorn one j. Fife was elected Delegate and is a member o Goldwater s National finance committee., gov. Scranton is a very Fine Man but he arrived Here with continued on. Page 5, col. 4 Birds turned Back by red sox Boston a Dave Morehead master of the Loul Side Corners hurled a seven hitter and struck out 12 in a 7-3 Clarence d. Long d-md., Secretary of labor Willard Wirtz yesterday to arrange for Volun them so mud tary arbitration of the food Chain stores dispute in Mary land and Delaware. Long asked Wirtz to put the full pressure of the administration on both labor and manage ment to accept voluntary arbitration in which both sides would agree to accept the re commendations of impartial arbitrators. Long also urged Wirtz to Start a Federal investigation to bring out the facts As to which Side is to blame in stalling a Settle ment. I earlier rep. Harris 13. Me-1 Dowell jr., d-del., said Only the full weight and effect of Public protest ran influence the negotiate actors in the dispute. Of the necessity to resolve their Mcdowell said in a statement that he is convinced the dispute is Victory Over Baltimore night. The powerful right hander weakened momentarily in the seventh when Brooks Robinson lined a two run Homer which just made the Center Field bleachers. The blow followed Sam Bowens scratch dribbler to the right of the Mound Terest in a speedy settlement of Felix Mantilla and Bob till the dispute which is causing Man each stroked homers with them so much hardship and in a mate aboard for the red sox while Rookie Tony Conigliaro i intend to continue to pro hit his Lith with the test the Gross negligence and empty. Disregard of the Public interest mixing fastballs and curves to that has been displayed so far the Low outside fringes More in the closing of the family food continued on Page 5, col 2 he said. I negotiations to end the dispute were halted monday by Federal mediators. They said a com plete impasse had been reached and the talks were postponed until june 15 in order to continued on Page 5, col. 4 hns nationwide to the terms of settlement this explains what has apparently been the drawback in the negotiations from the very he said. He urged All interested Citi , and especially Trie regt Iii customers of the closed charge Trio in lottery operation two women and a Man Wen arrested in a Woodland Bead gambling raid yesterday by county police. They were charged with of a lottery in the Pine sch released on Bond pending a per the weather Cloudy humid weather map on Page today partly Cloudy humid and warmer with highs 85 to 94. Rhory is a Chance of Isola acc Hunder showers in the inc Afler 10011. Tomorrow s Outlook is Cloudy and warm. There will be southerly winds of to to 15 Mali today. Today s it rages or Drc 9 Church Page. Classified 11, 12, is Lac Sinf m Hll in in . In Llu so rite s court. The wore As Knitli Sutphin. "18, my his wife Kwh i May Sli orc or. Wit Larul i each and Annapolis Uduc water Santly Side in nov Point tides tomorrow fair Haven 1 i t.-ryim1, Fil. I Woodland Racli comics crossword dear Abby movies picture of the social events sports television radio weather is 2 3 3 in 7 i Allulli poits am pm am 3-44 pin am n. Am pin am pin monday police snid the dieted lottery adj Jawali a operation bad been under Mir Villa not since april 27 by the Shady Side detective Bureau and More recently by the squad. In nov Point i h Ontic Tun Liong the Allee ill ill dial Gambl ing i or Hiven had bran in i i Slunec Hoford sol pin am pin Hin Atn 1 see Story by Vincent Godfrey Burns on Page 3 Nixon colled prime mover in candidacy late sports los Angeles at Detroit Post rain. Yanks White sox new York Whitey Ford won his eighth straight game with a four hitter As the new York Yankees blanked the american league . White. Sox. 3-0 and completed a sweep of their i twi night doubleheader yester ult is dear the Telegram to Arizona s senator Goldwater began innocently enough last night i Telephone you. Know you realize that because of principle i have made the decision now announced. Certainly you Witt respect that. I think inn inst t not agree with Many of the positions you have taken i respect you As a Man. I Noth no in the weeks ahead to diminish that respect. On the is sues i will be vigorous with All the Power at my command. On personalities i will be the Telegram was signed Bill senator reacted a the Qinen a the double Victory gave the third place Yankees a. Four game winning Streak and moved i them three games Back of the had t previously lost late Goldwa or said m an he National broadcasting co. It is a desperation will have to wage a Orous Campaign to convince delegates pledged me that it Chicago 000 100 000-1 fish continued of pages col. 1 Scranton s that Goldwater has said repeatedly hurdle on the Way to the nation o Jphn w. Steffey of Annapolis a sen. Barry Gold Vater in his drive for the re Mulican presidential Nomina Ion criticized the state Central committee yesterday for inviting Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton to speak at the Maryland gop convention.1 the Central committee die not endear itself to unify the parly by pulling this Type o dramatic Steffey said. They tried a Power play and Goldwater s delegates stayed Scranton invited by stale Lairman Newton i. Trounced his candidacy for Republican presidential Diomina Tion steers invited Stefney said but it is my feeling that by he was influenced great David Scull the former party chair Man who resigned in a bid. For he congressman at Large. Seat from recently that he was opening a Maryland draft Scranton head quarters. Just before the convention adjourned steers told delegates that he had invited Scranton to continued on Page 5, col. I fight for progressive gop of governor Baltimore. A -1 Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton charged into the race or the Republican presidential nomination yesterday Labelling the ideas of front running sen. Barry Goldwater a weird parody of traditional gop Prin Ciulis. To the chants and cheers of his the jeers o Goldwater supporters Scran ton vowed a crusade for progressive republicanism. I m going to go even that will have me and Tell them Chy i think we should have pro Kressh e republicanism and Why i want to be the can the 45-year-old former congressman declared. No Campaign manager no itinerary and 32 Days to go in the race for the nomination conceded it will an Uphill tight but he said Goldwater has t continued on Page 5. Col. 3 Lodge organization to support Scranton Gettysburg. A. A e victorious in july and then pm in in a loin they come v.11 with a compiled by the search Ami sri Irr warrant i a cries As a pub to Cipale in the . Raid. He service Teilh Chr

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