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Burlington Daily Times News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Burlington, North Carolina Weather partly Cloudy and mild today and sunday. For Roundup see Page 5-a. The daily times news inside Index amusements a a a editorials 4-a Bridge 7-a obituaries 4-b business Page 12-a open forum 4-a classified 4-7-Bt comics doctors is a stocks 12-a to radio 2-a women s 7-10-a vol. 80 a no. 343 Price five cents up telephoto Sewick associated press newspaper Enterprise Assn. Burlington n. C., saturday june 13, 1964 associated afternoon dailies a and Kino feature service Herald Tribune service 28 pages 3 sections seeks nomination Scranton is on Warpath by Jack Bell Washington Upit suave gov. William w. Scranton embarked today on what he depicts As a Lincoln Ian crusade to Rescue the Republican party from the Coldwater conservatism he sees As threatening 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 Coldwater of Arizona. Coldwater called Scranton a one of the outstanding governors in the Eisenhower who had urged an a open convention and indicated differences with Coldwater welcomed a 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 Coldwater. 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 Coldwater. Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on the program but he told friends party is agitated by move by Larry Osius Washington apr gov. William w. Scranton a sudden decision to Challenge sen. Bar by Coldwater for the Republican presidential nomination stirred if not electrified party leaders across the country. But Many including foes of Coldwater wondered if the governors move Wasny to too late. In essence they asked a where was Scranton earlier a and a Rockefeller supporter remarked tartly a Scranton and others like him sat on their hands too there was certainly no sign in an associated press Survey of party leaders of any Brede in the ranks of Coldwater backers after Scranton a announcement Friday. Those who cheered the gov Ernora a leap into the race were previously uncommitted or were backing candidates other than Coldwater. Typical of those who have been supporting Coldwater was Tennessee gop chairman Harry Carbaugh who said a i personally am standing foursquare with Coldwater. It appears to me that a group in the Reubi can party feels that they want to control the nomination and have talked gov. Scranton into becoming an Active candidate. This last minute Effort to deny Coldwater the nomination i feel is Michigan officials on the other hand welcomed Scranton a announcers it. State party chairman Arthur g. Elliott or. Said a it creates a genuinely open convention. I think its a strengthening thing to the and National committeeman John b. Martin hailed Scranton As a one of our most see party on Page 3-a the phone Call left him Uncer Tam and shaken. 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 described by various pundits As the a Hamlet of Harrisburg because of his previous indecision solved his a to run or not to run dilemma and galloped into the gop presidential contest Friday in spectacular style. He waved his arms smiled Shook every hand within reach at the Maryland state convention in Baltimore and turned out polished phrases attacking Coldwater As a Neo Nea Derth Type who offers Only a a weird parody to traditional Republican beliefs. To make up for lost time Scranton sets off today in quest of delegates flying to Hartford to address the Connecticut state Republican convention. He has a lot of catching up to do. With the convention opening 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 answer. New York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller who has found himself fighting it out alone with Coldwater said he was glad to see Scranton a joining the Battle to give our party a but there was a feeling among Many party pros including those who oppose Goldwa Ter that Scranton waited too Ong that the time is too Short and Goldwater a Lead too Long. And Coldwater who is Scranton a commanding officer in an air Force Reserve unit in Washington said the governor will have to wage a a costly vigorous Campaign to convince Dele see Scranton on Page 3-a Coldwater strength growing in this Corner James Bond in was new York in a in Ian Fleming mystery fiction James Bond Ace British secret agent bears the code number 007, identifying him As an agent authorized to kill in the line of duty. In the u. S. Army everyone also has a Job code number his mos military occupation specially. Pfc. John Sharpe of Montgomery ala., stationed at it. Totten Here wondered what the army meaning of 007 is and looked it up. Its a women a army corps Basic trainee. Washington a 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. The a poll based on Pri Mary election commitments pledges instructions or state preference gives this first bal lot breakdown Barry Coldwater 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 cop convention at Hartford was expected to include four pro Gold water delegates in its 16-Mem Ber 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 favo Rabl to Coldwater were picked Fri Day bringing his total to 19. Coldwater May get a solid bloc of 14 delegates in Idaho today. He is also expected to get 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 Coldwater and one backs new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller. Madison election examined Ammons claims rubbish stored in ballot Box by Howard Criswelljr. Mars Hill n. A a former election official Brown Ammons testified today that he locked a fourth ballot Box in the closet of the Mars Hill precinct 15 voting place the night before the May 30 primary election. But Ammons testified that the Box contained Ammons told a state boards of elections investigating committee that the three regular ballot boxes and the fourth ballot Box were Given to him to Days or two weeks before the election by Roy Freeman chairman of the Madison county elections boards. However Ammons denied that he Ever discussed switching ballot boxes with John Robert Anderson the precincts 73-year old registrar. Anderson previously had testified to this. Ammons said the fourth Box in the closet contained a wrapping paper tape and perhaps some old discovery of an extra ballot Box at Mars Hill precinct no. 15 and disappearance of every poll Book in Madison county brought on a sweeping investigation of voting irregularities in Madison by the elections Board. The present precinct registrar John Robert Anderson testified Ammons told him two Days before the May 30 primary that a something had to be done regarding the ballot boxes for precinct 15 to help Zeno a emr. Ammons indicated that the Mars Hill precinct was in bad shape As far As or. Ponder was concerned As there appeared to tie a lot of support for or. Clyde Norton his opponent in the race for the new 34th state senatorial District seat Anderson said. Shenanigans at the precinct 15 polling place shortly after the polls closed May 30th a including clashes Between armed men and disappearance of the ballot boxes and registration Book a were described during fridays hearing by the Mars Hill chief of police. Chief j. D. Ammons no relation to Brown Ammons said he was called to the voting room after a door leading to a closet was torn from its hinges and a fourth ballot Box was found hidden in the closet. Chief Ammons said bedlam had erupted in the polling room and Anderson who had placed himself in front of the closet Oor As if to guard it was pushed aside by brute Force and the door torn from its hinges. Chief Ammons said two men came up to him and identified themselves As special deputies appointed by sheriff e. Y. Ponder Zeno a brother. James Baldwin one of the two told the chief he was Tak ing charge. Baldwin was armed and both he and his cohort. Jack Lunsford appeared to chief Ammons to have been drinking the chief said. He asked them for their authorization As deputies. A to hell with you a he quoted see Madison on Page 3-a Preyer Moore Exchange comments about platform Preyer appears on to by Ambrose b. Dudley while Richardson Preyer appearing on an a empty chair television show was blasting opponent Dan Moore a Highway construction program Friday night Moore was defending it in Eastern North Carolina. The television set in Charlotte consisted of a Rostrum speakers stand and two chairs one of them left empty for Moore. Preyer challenged Moore to appear on the program and debate the issues in the june 27 Runoff for the democratic gubernatorial nomination. Administers oath Federal judge Edwin l. Stanley is seen administering the oath of office to newly appointed Federal judge Eugene a. Gordon of Burlington. Ceremonies admitting judge Gordon to the Federal Bench were conducted yesterday in Greensboro. Judge Gordon succeeded former judge l. Richardson Preyer who resigned to seek democratic nomination As governor. For local Story on Dan k. Moore see Page 1-b. Passage seen on or Bill by Joe Hall his first court set july 20 i oath is Given j Edge Gordon Burlington attorney Eugene a. Tate the great record which Hast their regrets on not being Able i or a _ _ i i j a. tar torn Nymn Gavin a expenses reported Raleigh a Robert Gavin Sanford attorney who won the May 30 primary for the Republican gubernatorial nomination reported Friday that it Cost $688 to do it. In his report of Campaign we lenses filed with Secretary of state Thad Eure Cavin said he received contributions totalling $1,379. Kidd Brewer unsuccessful candidate for the democratic gubernatorial nomination indicated expenses of $7,492. Brewer who received 8,026 votes listed $564 in Anonymous contributions. Reports also indicated the democratic race for Nomina Hon for third District congressman Cost Only $5. Winning incumbent rep. David Henderson said he neither spent nor received any Campaign funds. His opponent s. A. Clarkjr. Of Morehead City spent $5. Washington a Hubert h. Humphrey 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 be 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 see passage on Page 3-a new twist in rights protests by f. T. Macfeely St. Augustine Fla. Apr 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 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 Duva 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 see new on Page 3-a Gordon officially became a fed been established by judge Crai judge in North Carolinas Hayes judge Stanley and oth Middle District in Greensboro ers. I Only will strive always sen. Yesterday afternoon. He was As they do to do that which is Senate note for other stories see Page 6-a. For editorial comment see Page 4-a. Given his oath of office was honest just and Robed and then took his place on the Federal courtroom Bench where he will hold his first court july 20. More than 175 Burlington and a a Alamance county people were sitting on the Bench before the among the 300 who attended the standing room audience were hours Long ceremony at 3 . Federal judges Hayes and Stan judge Gordon in response to Tey of the Middle District eed an invitation to speak As issued Era judge John Larkins of the by chief Federal judge Edwin Eastern District and Superior l. Stanley of the Middle Dis court judge Leo Carr of Bur strict cited an ancient Prover Bolington and the 15th judicial saying that a a Wise Man is one District representing Superior who will hear and increase his court judges of the state judge Stanley announcing the i intend to do much listen ceremony itself turned the pro my a he said feedings Over to attorney John to attend. These came Moore refused to appear. A a in a hoped or. Moore would be Here tonight a Preyer told Over a six station network and the too in the studio audience. A perhaps hell be Here later a Preyer aide said if Moore had shown they were prepared to throw out the prepared script and run the show by the format i Moore proposed for a planned to debate last fall which never got off the planning Board. A while my opponent talks to an empty chair a Moore said before the program a a in la be from out talking to the people of he added a i realize that i am entering into a new Challenge. I feel too that judges Are made not born. They Are made through hard h. Vernon of Burlington who presented judge Gordon a record in life leading to his recommendation last september by Sens. B. Everett Jordan and Sens. Ervin and Jordan As Well As from numerous judges. He also recognized judge Gordon a family a his wife Vir Ginia and two children Andy and Rosemary a As Well As his Brothers and Sisters and several Superior court judges in attendance including judge James f. Latham of Burlington. Other remarks were made by George a. Long of Burlington president elect of the North car see oath on Page 3-a catholics to change Observance work application and study. I Sam j. Ervin or. To succeed re have much to learn but to this signed judge l. Richardson i will give my efforts. It is my Preyer of Greensboro now a sincere desire that my service candidate for the democratic reflects these efforts As a credit nomination for governor. To our judicial system. In turn he presented message i enter into this unafraid and is of congratulations from num with Confidence. I cannot Imi Erous officials and friends and Vatican City a Vatican sources said today roman Catholic Bishops have been authorized to allow their faithful to attend saturday masses instead of sunday services for special reasons. These include weekend tourism and sports. Masses Are celebrated every Day in roman Catholic churches. Only attendance at sunday mass is obligatory. Informants said the congregation of the Council the Vatican Agency regulating the Observance of religious duties has granted authorization for meeting the weekly mass obligation on saturdays. It is up to individual Bishops to decide whether to permit this in their dioceses. Bishops can allow it Only for special reasons the informants said adding that these include a Scarcity of priests bad weather the isolated location of some villages and weekend tourism and sports under certain conditions. North Carolina face to face Ltd a i have been doing for the past eight months and i tend to continue Moore was reported watching the Friday night show in a Motel room at Burlington where he ended the Days campaigning which started in Halifax. He visited a Host of communities. Preyer hit hard at one of his favorite themes a charge Moore promised to give Short haul Road work to major contractors rather than the state Highway department. Preyer read a letter a addressed to All the private contractors in the state from a private it enlisted support for Moore and called for the a phasing out of the state Highway department on Small Road Preyer said giving the work to contractors would a mean Over 5,000 Highway employees would lose their jobs. And it will Cost the taxpayers More see Preyer on Page 3-a judge Gordon dons hobe times news photos by de Mccauley employment increases in state Raleigh a the employment Security commission said Friday unemployment of those covered by government insurance fell in May to the lowest since 1952. The commission said employment increased in All major North Carolina industries with largest construction and food processing showing the largest gains. Tobacco workers had the Ghriest rate of joblessness Twenty per cent of this group was unemployed although most other industries recorded moderate seasonal unemployment Scott blasts Moore Smithfield state sen. Ralph Scott predicted Here Friday that a on june 27, the people of North Carolina will elect them a governor or the lobbyists will elect them plugging for Eastern North Carolina support for Preyer in the second primary on a whirlwind tour told some 60 listeners Here that he wanted to Call the attention of the Eastern Farmers to a the real issues that Are before reflecting Back on the 1948 Campaign when Kerr Scott was battling the lobbyists sen. Scott declared a you weren to sucked in then and i done to think you will be now. This is the same thing As took place in 1948. The same crowd that fought Kerr All the Way is the crowd that a trying to take Over now a referring to walks to Church with his late brother on sunday mornings a two a mile trek they walked every sunday Kerr Scott was at his Home the senator recalled a the used to Tell me about the ones who were his friends and tried to help him in the programs he w a s trying to carry out and about see Scott on Page 3-a

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