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Atlantic News Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Atlantic, Iowa Rie imitation Normal for june -s.4i j int total to Dato 31.7f 14.45 Normal in Inchon your a total to data Yal to data Lait Yaar �.10 today s priss run pm tempi Paturis High Yaar a of today 92 High ohday 12 Low last night i3 11 . Today 71 w vol. 93�?no. 102 Atlantic Iowa saturday june 13,1964 six pages Erhard winding up talks with la City recreation program begins monday the Atlantic City recreation program will open monday and continue through july 24, with a full program Lind up for youngsters. Howard Justice is director of the recreation program which includes playground baseball Golf Tennis Art classes track and swimming activities. More than 700 youngsters took part in the recreation program last year and even a larger number is expected this summer. The track and swimming program Are new to the recreation schedule. A the track program will be held in Coc ration with the Jaycees Junior Champ project and the swimming program will take Over work conducted by Del Neary last year when local swimmers competed against swimming teams from surrounding owns. Playground champions will be selected during the final week of the season. The Day Camp program will by hew each monday during the playground session for children from a first Grade and older. The Camp will be at cold Springs Park at Lewis. Injustice announced that a policy has been Esta bushed for calling off Active titties in Case of ram. The Pouch is that if it is raining at the time an activity is scheduled to begin the activity will be cancelled for tha Day. The daily schedule Mondy boys Basenau for first to third grades at High school and fourth to sixth gras at Shin Side girls Golf at Nish a Hills and Tennis at sunny Side 8 80 to 11 30 . Puy grounds at Grant Lncoln Jackson and Washington schools 1 10 4 . Track at High school 1 30 to 5 30 . A tuesday a boys Golf at Nish a Hills and Tennis at sunny aide. 8 30 to 11 30 . Toy grounds at a Grade schools. 1 to 4 . Day Camp 9 . To 4 . Art classes at Lincoln school. 2 to 3 30 baseball games at Sunnyside. A 30 in Wod nonday boys Basenau ser ont on embarks on la a coins an crusade girls Golf and Tennis programs Are same As monday s schedule 8 30 to 11 3 . Staff meeting in the afternoon. Thursday a same schedule As tuesday in ail a cavities. Riday a boys baseball and Tennis programs Are same As monday. 8 30 to 11 30 . Player quads at All Grade schools. 1 to 4 . Track at High school 4 30 to 8 80 .Queen Elizabeth Marks her sea birthday London a Queen Eula Beth ii marked her official 38th birthday today with the Trade to Al trooping the color Cere Mony at a horse guard Parade near Buckingham Palace. The cok r trooped today was that of the 1st Batu lion of the Coldstream guards who leave next month for a tour of duty in Germany. Lining the Parade ground and the stretch of the mall Between it and the Palace were tens of thousands of the Queen s subjects. Plus hundreds of tourists. The Queen who gave birth 12 weeks ago to her fourth child Prince Edward bras trim and relaxed aboard a Chestnut horse. The Queen s actual birthday Vulfs april 21. Her official birthday has been set in june be cause april in England usually is too Rainy for outdoor visitors Rome a Ethel Kennedy wife of atty Gen Robert f. Kennedy arrived Friday with three of her children for a week s visit. She May be received by Pope Paul i in Pri Vata audience. She is the guest of . Ambassador and mrs. Frederick Reinhardt her plans include a trip to Ravello a resort South of this is the presidential scholar medallion president Johnson presented to 121 High school graduates a 64 boys 57 girls a in a White House ceremony. Sculptor Jacque is Lipchitz created it. The reverse Side Oywer portrays prometheus strangling the vulture of darkness and ignorance while holding aloft hit Light cd visitors Call for . Destruction weather partly Cloudy thro Uili Tun a. La att Rod showers to Vii car showers Ovar staff saturday and Central and Oast sunday. Lows saturday night is a Lart Liwosz to Middle is South a Ait. Cooler sunday highs 7s to 13. Further Outlook a a Little cooler monday scan Rod Havana a destruction of the government a advocated by four negro students among 73 americans visiting Cuba in Defiance of state department restrictions. A statement denouncing the Quot North american racist government Quot was issued by the four. It added Quot we realize the United states government is the biggest farce in history and must be destroyed Quot six oth�r3 in tie group which arrived Friday by Way of Prague. Czechoslovakia Are negroes. A communist a 23 year old new yorker. De Lemansky identified himself As the group s Leader and a communist. He distributed a butement it daring Quot we have different reasons for coming to Cuba but we Are United in our opposition to our go Pemmant s efforts to prevent United states citizens from travelling to names Tova Alad the four negroes identified themselves As Ernest Allen 21, Oakland cauf., a student at the University of California at Berkeley Luke Tripp 23. Detroit. Student at Wayne Sute Charles Berrard. 24. Los Angeles student at los Angeles City College and Ron Bedford 26. St. Louis arc textural craftsman. The 73 circumvented restrictions on cuban travel by obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and Prague before flying to Havana. Lemansky said members were from the United states and puerto Rico the americans. 49 men and 23 women planned a two month stay in Cuba. A Washington a suave gov. William w. Scranton embarked today on what he depicts As a Lin canian crusade to Rescue the Republican party from the Goldwater conservatism he sees As threatening a gop defeat in november. Scranton declared himself in the running for the party s presidential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from Many Republican leaders including former president Dwight d. Eisenhower and the target of his new adventure sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. Chos governor Goldwater called Scranton Quot one of the outstanding governors in the Eisenhower who had urged an Quot open con Ventom and indicated differences with Goldwater. Welcomed Quot the entry of gov Scranton whom i have Long but Scranton received anything but Good wishes from former vice president Richard m. Nixon. Nixon had urged someone get in the ring with Gold water. And he declared Friday night that Scranton had a Quot fighting but Nixon said that the governor gave a Quot very weak and unfortunate impression Quot on television last sunday after receiving a Telephone Call from Eisenhower advising him not to enter any Cabal against any candidate meaning Goldwater. Plant upset Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on tie program but he told friends the Phona Call left us Uncertain and shaken. Of this Nixon said Quot if a Man receives a Tau Phona Call and changes his mind be in t a very Strong Man. He s got to make his own decisions and not appear to be a puppet Numen Vered by someone Scranton. Described by various pundits As the Quot Hamlet of har Risburg Quot because of his previous indecision solved his Quot to run or not to run dilemma and galloped into the gop presidential contest Friday in spectacular Southwest Iowa beef boosters Are shown As they arrived at Willow run Airport near Detroit wednesday noon on their trip to Dearborn mich., to promote the Sale of Iowa beef. Sixty one businessmen and Farmer beef producers amp of 17 Iowa communities made the trip. They entertained Dearborn civic leaders at a Steak Barbecue wednesday night and visited Dearborn area beef boosters arrive in Michigan supermarkets thursday morning to Barbecue and pass out Steak samples and to distribute recipes and pamphlets about Iowa beef. The group returned to Iowa late thursday afternoon. The beef promotional tour was organized by the Chambers of Commerce in Atlantic Council Bluffs Audubon and Harlan. Paulsen fined $300 Leona Paulson Atlantis restaurant operator was fined $300 and costs in District court Here yesterday on a charge of keying liquor where bar is sold. She pleaded guilty to the charge before judge r. Kent Martin. Mrs. Paulsen was charged with the offence after two state agents visited the Railroad cafe oct. 31 and nov. 1 of last year. The Cass county District court also Dis i ised a charge of Selling intoxicating liquor without a retail liquor License which had been brought against the Atlantic pro Castro saboteurs cause dump blast expect 9 million c7�?chs to vote Vienna Austria a about nine million czechoslovakian Are expected to vote in National elections sunday spurred by their communist regime s Promise of More democracy in parliament. Under a new Reform of parliamentary rules the National Assembly can exercise real direction Over the activities of representative Bod it its. Particularly local authorities. The 300 member Assembly has been used by the regime until now to put the Seal of approval on ready made government actions oni killed Lemars a Fred John Hillrichs. 61, a Farmer near Akron was killed Friday afternoon when two cars came together on the top of a Small Rise on a gravel Road four Miles North a let of Here. Hinrichs wife. Alma Martha s3, and son Ken Neth 17, and a Lemars couple in the second car escaped with a lout a Afiouni injury. Santo Domingo Domini can Republic apr a member of the dominican Republic s ruling Junta has expressed be Lief that pro Castro saboteurs caused the ammunition dump explosions that killed 9 persons and injured 111 Here. A government source said three civilian suspects had been arrested and confessed. Donald Reki Cabral head of the triumvirate said Friday that thursday s explosions had been set deliberately. In new York another member of the ruling Junta flatly blamed c3mmunist terrorists. Manuel Tavares Espaillat told the associated press Quot it was an attempt by the Castro communists to imitate Fidel Castro s 26th of july attack and create a second Cuba in the die demo confident House will pass rights Bill Washington a sen. Hubert h. Humphrey Senate floor manager for the civil rights Bill said today there is an excellent Chance the House will accept the version the Senate is working on now. Quot and i am confident Quot Humphrey said in an interview Quot there will be no further changes of any if the Minnesota Democrat is Correct on both counts once the Bill is passed by the Senate and the House concurs it can go directly to president Johnson to be signed into Law. Actor possible How eve if the House does not accept the Senate changes the Bill will go to a conference committee to resolve differences in the versions passed by the House feb. 10 and by the Senate. The result could be delay or even stalemate. Quot we have been in the closest consultation with House leaders and we feel the Bill As it now stands is acceptable to them Quot Humphrey said. I Spross Confidence he also expressed Confidence the Bill will get to Johnson before Congress quits for the Republican National convention which opens july 13 in san Francisco Quot i Hope the president can sign it on the fourth of july giving a Brand new meaning to that Day Quot Humphrey said. House leaders privately agree that action can be completed before the convention recess. But for this to happen they say. The Senate must pass the Bill next seems ready to reds sent troops admit red chinese sp.7 a a Bader during a by William l. Ryan \ l\0r63n Klot officials seek ban on night marches by William l. Ryan a special correspondent Nikita Khrushchev seems Seoul. Korea apr red about ready to admit that the forces poised North of the de soviet chinese split is Uxbridge militarized zone in divided to Able in the foreseeable future Rea began Quot significant military and that a splintered comm moves Quot during the recent Stu nist world is inevitable. Dent demonstrations in the South Khrushchev concedes there is says president Chung Hee Park an estrangement not Only be 1 Quot All enemy aircraft were tween the chinese and soviet grounded As far Back As May communist parties but also be 25 and troop reinforcements St. Augustine. Fla. Apr a new twist in this City s a. Cial strife a Whites marching tween the peking and Moscow Ere brought up in some areas Quot through a negro neighbourhood governments. Park said a moved authorities to seek re Khrushchev leaves it up to we Don t know for sure Newal today of a ban on night the chinese whether there will whether they meant to regroup marches. I be a move toward re Concilia for combat or just prepared be More than 300 Whites walked i Tion. Displaying Little Hope that cause of the instability in South into the negro Section Friday i there will be he virtually apolo Korea. Night and were greeted by signs gig a to the rest of the comm the United nations command Reading Quot Welcome. Peace and a list world for the current state said Quot no comment Quot when in brotherhood to you. Quot of affairs. Formed of Park s remarks in an applauded Whites Roc ont speech exclusive interview with the about 50 negroes at one Cor-1 Khrushchev s remarks inter associated press on Friday Ner applauded As the Whites left pointed in Friday s speech about a state of War still exists be the District some said Quot hurry the East German soviet Friend to Een North and South Korea i ship treaty indicated a pro and t he communists Are be Quot we whipped them right found weariness with the whole lived to have about 300,000 there Quot said one negro Man. Chinese affair. They seemed the troops North of the demilitarized Quot they encountered no viol ords of a Man caught in an zone. Lence impossible squeeze Between the Pii k said there can be no so but Florida atty. Gen. James pressures in the soviet Union Lution to the country s whopping Kynes Saij marches by either 1 for economic advancement and 2 5 million unemployment until Integrationist or segregation-1 the pressures of world comm South Korea is stable enough to its contribute to Quot a Clear and ism for More aggressive sex encourage economic invest doubts commie pact is threat to West Washington a West German Chancellor Ludwig or hard goes Home tonight after agreeing with president Johnson that the West need not worry about the soviet East German Friendship treaty. The pact the .s.r. And her satellite signed in Moscow Friday aroused Sharp interest in Washington but created no new crisis German sources declared. In fact state department experts were inclined to regard the treaty As a defeat for Walter Ulbricht East German communist Leader and chief of state. Gorman Roquart he is understood to Hava asked for a separate Quot peace treaty Quot a which the West firmly opposes and got instead a pact with a lofty Tiue but Little substance. Friday night at a dinner in the White House Rose Garden Johnson and Erhard exchanged Champagne toasts to continuing Friendship deepening under standing a ind cooperation. After his meeting with Johnson six months ago at the lbs ranch Erhard said some people referred to their Accord As a honeymoon that would fade All Over i think the honeymoon is Over now Erhard said. Quot a have reached the state of marriage. But based on Trust in faithfulness Johnson declared there can be no lasting peace in Europe until Germany is United Quot i peace and but he said the United states and her Alues Quot shall work to open new avenues of Trade and we shall work to build new Bridges of ideas toward the East to improve relations to Lessen tension to enhance the prospects of All of us Ling in this world with As for the soviet East German treaty. Erl Tard Sakl there is nothing alarming in k. But a asked for vigilance and reconfirmation of the Western Glenn Able to work in Yard Houston Tex. A for Mer astronaut it. Col. John Glenn has recovered sufficiently from an inner ear disorder to work in his Yard and walk around the neighbourhood or. Charles Berry chief of the manned spacecraft Center s Prosr m Sid Glenn was still suffering dizzy spells. Quot but he is a million times better than he was a month ago Quot Berry said. Cmdr. Alan Shepard or who contacted the ailment from a cold or virus is still suffering from an inner ear disorder. Quot Al is getting along Fine Quot Berry said Quot he still has a slight hearing loss but the dizziness has disappeared. He can Fly but Only As a passenger Quot Lenox map funerals services will be held Here sunday for mrs. Mary Ellen died thursday night at the age of 101. Mrs. Cowan had lived Here since 1900. Her husband William died in t922. Survivors include two Daug Grinnell girl wins Prate at fair new York a Sara and sharia hair of Iri Niit la Loua. Won a radio saturday for being the first Lowan to visit the Ford Pavilion Al the world s fair on Iowa i Gay. M is Anshan is the daughter of mrs. J. D. Anshan of Grin Nell. She was accompanied by her Uncle and aunt. Or. And mrs. Earl Geiger of Minne Apolis. Officials at the Pavilion said present asks court re Llna he asked . District judge Bryan Simpson to reconsider his order striking Down a police ban on night marches. A hearing was scheduled at Jacksonville today. Or. Martin Luther King arrested and jailed at a Satin on thursday moved to the Duval county jail at Jacksonville Friday night he was to be a at the hearing in Jacksonville today. A decision on the marches a Iso May come on the streets since integration and segregation groups declared March daily. Pension. If there is no Khrushchev seems to say it will not be his fault but peking s. Should be stopped ment. Reconciliation Japan has promised $500 Mil lion for South Korea once the two nations establish diplomatic relations. Student demonstrators had Quot one should says charged that Park was Selling Khrushchev Quot allow the spread Quot it to the id panese too cheaply of ideological diff inces to in later Thuv demanded that his ter governmental relations. Since Lover Mont leave office this ultimately weakens the position of world socialism and plays into the hands of imperialism. Quot we believe that even today the Road is not closed for tie John met he re normalization of soviet chinese i la h de Urien relations including government they win Jal relations All that is required is Good will and awareness of one s supreme Dut it to Wiir s i it eople to the entire revolution Ary movement our Paity will constantly guide itself by tins 1"red mines kill 6 vietnamese trains Saigon South Viet Nam a communist Viet Cong proposed be mines derailed three trains and Rii up i a Ltd blew up two trucks Friday kill a Luff ing six persons the ministry of Canada defense announced. Ottawa a it was one of the busiest Days proposed new Maple Leaf tui for Viet Cong saboteurs along few for tour hours of. Parlia the boo mile Saigon Wang Tri Jujj Railroad line uth Viet Nam s 3 Only North South rail Ink. Pearson wants to designate the elsewhere government forces Foj Canada s of killed 13 Viet Cong 120 Mues Banner Southwest of Saigon Idaj he is opposed by Manv Cana when a government unit clashed a British descent who favor Canada s red Ensign with fatal crash a mrs. Matt frail mixer. 56. Of Rural Waukon killed and her Mother. Mrs. 9. Was critically to Weir car and a truck collided on a county Road 12 Mie Quot Outh of Here. Mrs. Moore was brought to a Waukon hos Iii Cigar Les follow sri l. 10, of Lump Deborah. Drier of the Tiiu a a i it not Hurt it seriously. With a Viet Cong Force near Vinh Loi in a Xuyen province. The United states has set up a communications unit manned by a Small contingent of . Marines in Quang Cri province near the i Winders of Laos and its Union tack in the upper left hand Corner. Pearson said the Maple Leaf Ensign was let Ein test flown at the request of some Meni Beis. Of parian Keiit the House of communist North Viet Nam an in Trimms will debate the Issue american military spokes Nian reported monday lers and one son 4 ran Dehil Dren 16 gnat grandchildren miss Shanahan planned to watch and 7 great great a grandchild the Cere motives at the fair Mark sit hiarin6 i miss s. West Iowa Sioux City a prelim Clarinda a Jan Beem nary hearing is scheduled june or of Bedford was chosen from 29 for Earl Helm 51, of Sioux City charged with manslaughter in the traffic death of an eld 12 candidates Friday night As Quot miss Southwest she will be a contestant in the miss Eric Man Here. Helms also faces Iowa Beauty pageant at Clear a charge of Drunken driving in Lak this summer tie Accident that lulled William unexpected sen. Clair Eagle d-calfi., arrives at the Capitol in a wheelchair to cast his vote for cloture Nancy tinier Lake of Bedford on attic Imi rights Bill. Engle s Cdr it 90. Ibi lows a i Young 8,1, when he was struck Pat Horning of Clarinda Why a cat last saturday Hight. Were Etao Tea Lutt Asri a resin f was unexpected. He has bad two Braio Rati oot. Blame Escapee for bread is Ottumwa a an escape Iowa Penitentiary prisoner believed responsible for a Aerial of burglaries and several motor vehicle thefts during the 17 Days he was at Large was Back a custody saturday. Jack Fairchild 31, was captured in a vacant House on the outskirts of Agency Friday evening after an Agency Man who has a Garden plot nearby saw tracks leading into tha House. Verl sedore called Wapello county sheriff Cliff Riley who took along two deputies acid apprehended Fairchild without a struggle Fairchild fled from a prison farm at fort Madison May 26. He was sentenced in 1962 from App noose county for burglaries at Moulton the sheriff said the fugitive admitted breaking into seven places at Agency five Miles East of Ottumwa thursday night and Nad a sack of Money containing about $75 Quot we think he burglarized at least 20 places since his escape Quot rile it said the sheriff said he recovered a truck stolen at Oskaloosa wednesday night. Ulbricht leaves communist capital Moscow a East German communist Leader Walter Ulbricht flew Home today carrying a new Friendship treaty with the soviet Union. Premier Khrushchev bidding Tare we to Ulbricht said. Quot it is very difficult to overestimate the importance of this treaty the treaty was interpreted in the West As an Effort to bolster us Bucht s regime but which did not appear to change the problem of resolving Germany s status left unsettled since world War ii. A joint communique issued in Washington by president Johnson and visiting West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard said the treaty did not affect soviet responsibilities for East Ger Many and Berlin. The treaty of Friendship Mutual assistance and cooperation runs for 20 years. It is expected it to by ratified in East be Iii Iowa

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