Brainerd Daily Dispatch in Brainerd, Minnesota 13 Jun 1964
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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Brainerd, Minnesota
The Brainerd daily dispatch Quot Thi total Modaunt a a a shying Thi Brainerd Trade aria in the heart of the Lake Region dial 92 9-4703 member of the associated Prats Brainerd Minnesota 56401, saturday june 13, 1964 King feature ser let and news service a Cost to cents vol. 90-no. 265 Coldwater now has 574 votes now Only 81 Short of nomination More votes seen this week flying Farmers shown Here Are some of the flying Farmers who Are attending the annual convention in Brainerd this weekend. At left is Athan Langlie Ellendale second vice president Kenneth c. Butler Hutchinson publicity director and past state official mrs. Don Eickhoff Fountain one of the Queen candidates and mrs. Langlie. Tonight a new Queen will be named during a banquet at the elks rooms. Dispatch photo. A a a a too flying Farmers Here for meeting about too flying Farmers and their wives Are gathered in Brainerd this weekend for their annual convention. Included Are flying Farmers from Minnesota Canada and other states As Well. The session started last night with a dance at the elks club room and continued with breakfast sessions this morning. Wives of the flying Farmers held a Queens breakfast at vans cafe and were treated to an old fashioned style show. See picture on society Page meanwhile the men were hearing Glenn a. Smith Crow Wing county agricultural agent and Fred a. Becchetti maintenance inspector of the Faa at a breakfast of their own which was held in the elks rooms. The annual business session was gave led to order at 9 30 a. In. And continued until noon. After lunch the group resumed the business session to consider adoption of resolutions and the election of new officers. A banquet is planned for 7 p. In. This evening in the elks room. Serving As master of ceremonies Wil be Sherm Bowen of Waco to. The invocation will be offered by the Rev. C. L. Van Zee Hancock. Brainerd mayor Clyde Gorham will Welcome the group to the City. Presented during the evening will be an award to the a Airport operator of the year and an award for the Winner in the membership contest. Washington apr sen. Barry Goldwater a Delegate total for the Republican National convention is continuing to swell despite Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton sentry into the contest for the party a presidential nomination. 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. Another 64 delegates were being chosen at Republican conventions today in Connecticut new Mexico Idaho and Virginia. A poll the a poll based on primary election commitments pledges instructions or state preference gives this first ballot breakdown Barry Goldwater 574 Nelson a. Rockefeller 131 William w. Scranton 92 Henry Cabot Lodge 46 Margaret Chase Smith 15 Richard m. Nixon 14 favorite sons 110 uncommitted 217 the Connecticut state gop convention at Hartford was expected to include four pro Gold water delegates in its 16-member delegation. Gov. Scranton addresses the convention today in his first speech since he announced his candidacy. Virginia republicans Are choosing to at Large delegates to go with 20 District delegates. Two District delegates favourable to Goldwater were picked Friday bringing his total to 19. Solid bloc Goldwater May get a solid bloc of 14 delegates in Idaho today. He is also expected to get a considerable share of new Mexico a 14 delegates. Fourteen of Maryland a 20 delegates remained uncommitted after hearing Scranton announced his candidacy at the state convention at Baltimore. Five support Goldwater and one backs new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller. Gop avoids Battle Over endorsement Scranton begins crusade to Rescue republicanism by Jack Bell Washington apr suave gov. William w. Scranton embarked today on what he depicts As a Lincoln Ian crusade to Rescue the Republican party from the Goldwater conservatism he sees As threatening a a a a a gop defeat in november. Scranton declared himself in the running for the party a 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. To gov. Scranton plane line up shown Here Are 23 of the flying Farmer planes parked at right which have brought delegates to the flying Farmer convention being held in Brainerd this weekend. Dispatch photo. Russians ready to admit red split can be healed by William l. Ryan a special correspondent Nikita Khrushchev seems about ready to admit that the actor Fred Macmurray Grandfather third time los Angeles apr actor Fred Macmurray has become a Grandfather for the third time. A new Queen will also be Nam his daughter sue gave birthed. The candidates Are Esther Downing Byrnsville Martha Sommer Morris Lila Eickhoff Fountain and Mildred Lienweber St. James. The reigning Queen is Virginia Butler Hutchinson. The four candidates represent All parts of the state. All candidates Are married. Featured speaker during the evening will be Jesse Corish Mankato. He will also show pictures of a recent african trip. Saints in St. Paul St. Paul apr a 16-piece band of High school age youngsters blared Forth with a when the saints go marching in to trigger a 22 minute demonstration for sen. Barry Goldwater at the Minnesota Republican convention Friday afternoon. Friday night to a girl Sandra Jean who weighed cy2 pounds. The Mother and her husband Thomas Poole have sons 2 and 4 years old. Mrs. Poole is the daughter of Macmurray slate first wife Lillian. Soviet chinese split is unbridgeable in the foreseeable future and that a splintered communist world is inevitable. Khrushchev concedes there is an estrangement not Only Between the chinese and soviet communist parties but also Between the peking and Moscow governments. Khrushchev leaves it up to the chinese whether there will be a move toward reconciliation. Displaying Little Hope that there will be he virtually apologizes to the rest of the communist world for the current state of affairs. Khrushchev a remarks inter Whites March in negro Section in St. Augustine bulletin Washington up a prime minister Ismet Inonu of Turkey will begin conferences in Washington with president Johnson on the Cyprus crisis june 22, the White House announced today. It is expected that prime minister George Papandreou of Greece will be invited to meet separately with Johnson on the same topic although nothing has been said about this officially. By f. T. Macfeely St. Augustine Fla. A in a new twist in this City a racial strife a Whites marching through a negro neighbourhood a moved authorities to seek renewal today of a ban on night marches. More than 300 Whites walked into the negro Section Friday night and were greeted by signs Reading a Welcome. Peace and brotherhood to about 50 negroes at one Corner applauded As the Whites left the District. Some said a hurry a we whipped them right there a said one negro Man. A they encountered no but Florida atty. Gen. James Kynes said marches by either Integrationist or segregationists contribute to a a Clear and present he asked . District judge Bryan Simpson to reconsider his order striking Down a police ban on night marches. A hearing was scheduled at Jackson Ville 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 witness at the hearing in Jacksonville today. A decision on the marches also May come on the streets since integration and segregation groups declared they will March daily. A drama took place in this the nations oldest City Friday night. As a first act about 250 negroes marched downtown and held a prayer service in the old slave Market. A handful of Whites watched quietly. Less than two hours later More than 300 Whites marched 25 blocks through the negro Section of town. Their leaders Bubba Manucy and Dixon Stanford proclaimed it was not a Kun flux klan group but Only White segregationists. A Force of 200 helmeted policemen accompanied both of i the marches. Plated in fridays speech about the East German soviet Friendship treaty indicated a profound weariness with the 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 communism for More aggressive expansion. If there is no reconciliation Khrushchev seems to say it will not be his fault but peking a. A one should not a says Khrushchev a allow the spread of ideological differences to intergovernmental relations since this ultimately weakens the position of world socialism and plays into the hands of imperialism. Not closed a we believe that even today the Road is not closed for the normalization of soviet chinese relations including governmental relations. All that is required is Good will and awareness of ones supreme duty to ones people to the entire revolutionary movement. Our party will constantly guide itself by this it seems Likely Moscow considers red China effectively out russian continued on Page 2 Queen Marks 38th birthday London apr Queen Elizabeth ii marked her official 38th birthday today with the traditional trooping the color ceremony at a horse guard Parade near Buckingham Palace. The color trooped today was that of the 1st battalion 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 Queens subjects plus hundreds of tourists. The Queen who gave birth 12 weeks ago to her fourth child Prince Edward was trim and relaxed aboard a Chestnut horse. The Queens actual birthday was april 21. Her official birthday has been set in june because april in England usually is too Rainy for outdoor ceremonies. Strike ends Lagos Nigeria a a nigerians 13-Day-old general strike ended today. The country a la Bor unions won most of their major demands. Erhard not worried by new treaty by Endre Marton Washington apr 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 Fri Day 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. He is understood to have asked for a separate a peace treaty a which the West firmly opposes and got instead a pact with a lofty title but Little sub stance. Friday night at a dinner in the White House Rose Garden Johnson and Erhard exchanged Champagne toasts to continuing Friendship deepening under standing and cooperation. After his meeting with John son six months ago at the lbs ranch Erhard said some people referred to their Accord As honeymoon that would fade. A i think the honeymoon Over now a Erhard said. A we have reached the state of marriage but based on Trust on Johnson declared there can be Erhard continued on Page 2 Scranton a views Hartford Conn. Apr the Republican party has to make it Clear to the american people a it does not oppose social Security the United nations human rights and a sane nuclear policy a gov. William w. Scranton said today As he opened his Campaign for the gof presidential nomination. Goldwater called Scranton a one of the outstanding governors in the Eisenhower who had urged an a open convention and indicated differences with Goldwater welcomed a the entry of gov. Scranton whom i have Long Nixon unhappy but Scranton received anything but Good wishes from former vice president Richard m. Nixon. Nixon had urged someone get in the ring with Goldwater. And he declared Friday night that Scranton had a a fighting but Nixon said that the governor gave a a very weak and unfortunate impression on television last sunday after receiving a Telephone Call from Eisenhower advising him not to enter any Cabal against any candidate meaning Goldwater. Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on the program but he told friends the phone Call left him Uncertain and shaken. Not very Strong of this Nixon said a if a Man receives a Telephone Call and changes his mind he Isnit a very Strong Man. He a got to make his own decisions and not appear to be a puppet Maneu Vered by someone Scranton continued on Page 2 dismissal of charges asked in fraud Case Minneapolis apr Dis Missal of mail and wire fraud charges against the former owner of the Viking Motel Chain and his Secretary was asked in a motion on file today in Minneapolis Federal court. Attorneys for Erwin w. Peter son jr., 37, and Vergene Ollila 21, claim that the government failed to present enough evidence to a grand jury to warrant the mail and wire fraud indictment. Peterson formerly owned Western master builders inc., men Agha minn., in Wadena county. Goldwater group Given two defeats by Adolph Johnson St. Paul apr Minnesota republicans appeared ready to Start the Healing process at the Windup of their state convention today by avoiding a fight Over endorsement of a presidential candidate. Forces of sen. Barry Goldwater suffered a double setback Friday As the convention rejected four Goldwater choices for the 10-member National Delegate slate and ordered a 60 per cent requirement for endorsement. Goldwater leaders indicated this Forenoon they would not try for an endorsement. A a we Are interested in party Unity and in winning the election in november a said j. Clifton White of new York a Goldwater Field coordinator. Same decision Eugene tremble state chairman of the Walter Judd favorite son movement said his group would not seek endorsement if Goldwater forces refrained. Goldwater supporters had bid for official endorsement by a 50 per cent vote but lost in a sometimes bitter floor fight with forces seeking an uncommitted delegation backing Walter Judd former congressman. Neither the Goldwater nor Judd Camps had said for certain whether an endorsement Resolution would be offered. If a candidate is endorsed the states at Large delegates except elected Public officials would be found to the endorsed candidate on the first ballot at san Francisco. Andersen named among the delegates elected Friday was former gov. Elmer l. Andersen who was a special target of Goldwater forces because of his support for a favor Ite son movement. Also up for endorsement today were candidates for . Senate and Railroad and warehouse commissioner. Wheelock Whitney has the Field alone in the Senate race while the gop had to decide Between former Minneapolis mayor p. K. Peterson and Arthur Hanson for the a rec race. Also elected delegates Friday were Judd four top party officers and four gop congressmen. Delegates listed the delegates elected and their votes rep. Ancher Nelsen 1,349 rep. Albert Quie 1,336 rep. Odin Langen 1,327 rep. Clark Humphrey believes lower House May accept Senate civil rights measure Pope Grants audience to mrs. Robert Kennedy Rome apr Ethel Kennedy wife of atty. Gen. Robert f. Kennedy arrived Friday with three of her children for a weeks visit. She May be received by Pope Paul i in private audience. She is the guest of . Ambassador and mrs. Frederick Reinhardt. Her plans include a trip to Ravello a resort South of Naples by Joe Hall Washington apr 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. A and i am confident a Humphrey said in an interview a 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 by signed into Law. However 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. To and by the Senate. The result could be delay or even stalemate a we have been in the closest consultation with House leaders and we feel the Bill As it now stands is acceptable to them a Humphrey said. 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. A i Hope the president can sign it on the fourth of july giving a Brand new meaning to that Day a 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 week. Humphrey said the Senate would and he predicted final action will come by wednes Day. Indications that Humphrey May be right came before the Senate adjourned Friday when sen. Allen j. Ellender d-la., announced hearings on a food stamp Bill would open thursday. There had been an agreement these sessions would begin As soon As the civil rights Bill was out of the Way Humphrey said. The minnesotan said action on amendments to the Bill under cloture imposed by the Senate wednesday has been faster than expected. Each senator now is limited to one hour of speaking time on the Bill and All amendments. The Senate is in session today As the leaders try to push the Bill along. Friday la changes proposed by southerners were rejected and two minor changes accepted by the Bill a managers were agreed to by voice vote. Goldwater continued on Page 2 Castro faction blamed for blast Santo Domingo dominican Republic apr a member of the dominican republics ruling Junta has expressed belief 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 Reid Cabral head of the triumvirate said Friday that thursdays explosions had been set deliberately. In new York another member of the ruling Junta flatly blamed communist terrorists. Manuel Tavares Espaillat told the associated press a it was an attempt by the Castro communists to imitate Fidel Castro a 26th of july attack and create a second Cuba in the a a a a a weather Minnesota variable cloudiness with scattered showers or thunderstorms Northeast and North Central occasional cloudiness elsewhere tonight. Sunday partly Cloudy a Little cooler. Cooler North tonight. Low tonight 40s extreme North 50s Central and South. High sunday 18-78 North 7542 South. A a. 1 a
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