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Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Cambridge, Ohio Thought for today but you take courage do not let your hands be weak for your work shall be Chron. 15 7. Southeastern Ohio s great Home newspaper the daily jeffersonian scattered thundershowers. High 90, Low 70. Sunday Chance of showers. A a a my a a downtown vol. 72 no. 249cambridge, Ohio saturday evening june 13, 1964 7c copy established 1824stop-Barry move starts floor Battle amp in f disc this Flag which we Honor and under which we serve is the Emblem of Pur Unity our Power our thought and purpose of a nation. It has no other character than that which we give it from generation to generation. The choices Are ours. It floats in Majestic silence above the hosts that execute those choices whether in peace or in War. And yet though silent it Speaks to us Speaks to us of the past of the men and women who went before us and of the records they wrote upon it. Quot we celebrate the Day of its birth and from its birth until now it has witnessed a great history has floated on High the Symbol of great events of a great plan of life worked out by a great people a. Quot a Woodrow Wilson Flag Day june 14, 1917 a a a x a a a a no vote Friday local to meet monday Hartford Conn up a a ground for Scranton he was Rabb National chairman of the Stop Goldwater movement Trig born in Madison attended prep Lodge for president committee gered a floor fight at the con school at Hotchkiss in Lake switched his support to the next Cut Republican state con Ville and was graduated from Pennsylvania governor and mention today As Pennsylvania Yale University and Yale Law urged other Lodge backers to gov. William w. Scranton pre school at new Haven. Do the same. His announcement pared to open his drive in the begin support search was the first solid change in state for the cop presidential the Connecticut speech was the gof presidential picture nomination. Only the beginning of Scranton a Rabb made his statement Fol the fight erupted less than Hunt for support. There were lowing a 90 minute conference of any outright endorsement of three hours before Scranton reports that he planned to meet with former president Dwight Scranton although it said the was due to appear before the with George c. Lodge son of d. Eisenhower at Gettysburg former president had a Long a invention to bid for support in ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge the former White House aide mired the governor. An Lith hour attempt to snatch at Home Here. Young Lodge denied however that Eisenhowe says move healthy the nomination from sen. Bar Bas Een serving As his father s or had urged him to make the a in my judgment free fair by Coldwater. Representative in this country switch. He also said he had not and Active Competition among Lodge now has 46 delegates pledged to him mostly in new Hampshire and Massachusetts. Under questioning Rabb firmly insisted that Eisenhower a made it very Clear that he favored a wide open Eisenhower himself issued a statement which stopped Short shortly after Scranton san discussed the move with am party personalities is not dive nou Cement of his candidacy in Bassadore Lodge in South Viet Sive but. Is Good for the Baltimore Friday Maxwell m Nam. He estimated that health and vigor of the party a i Scranton was due to address the convention at 2 ., Edt. The Battle on the convention floor entered around the procedure for selecting six at Large delegates to the Republican National convention at san Francisco next month. Observers believed that 12 of the states 16 delegates favored a moderate candidate with Coldwater getting the remaining four. But Delegate Pierce Gerety of Columbus up a Ohio the delegation will meet for Fairfield a Henry abot Lodge Republican leaders who in Hay the first time a week from Mon supporter called for the elec Jug the largest a pledged Dele Day in Columbus. Indications Ohio big key state new entry Welcome Eisenhower commented. Scranton for president Headquarters in Washington said later that j. Richard Jackman chairman of new Hampshire a delegation to the convention had telephoned to express his pleasure at the governors decision to run. New Hampshire a 14-Man delegation is pledged to Lodge As a result of the states primary but Jackman reportedly said the delegates would meet Sun Tan of the six at Large Dele Kation hold one of the big keys were it would organize discuss l Aei Gaies Wouita meet it in Auto fro in Tho floor in pad of. J t wi0uia or8anke chs cuss Day in consider officially an Al a i a p Quot a Quot a the and postpone any Ter native t0 Lodge on the Sec As a slate. I be theory was thai t Marion. Today stood by their decision until it reaches san Nanri in int Ika Ais Travis in min Tifa t _ it i. �?�111 of Liui the convention might reject two plans for an a pledged Dele a Francisco where the convention of the four Coldwater men Tjon the Republican National opens july 13. But the problem facing Scranton supporters was to make among the at Large Dele convention Ohio has 58 votes in the con sure Lucre second ballot. A a a. Thi. Hair it Nene Tai. ?�?~j0dy Tal red or the re Cor mention. This is the largest in a United pro is International in rein Eznick in in Quot of a Oil Ous p3,Lead a edged cation. Its decision tabulation of Delegate strength inulin of in la. Uji and t a a Penns it a Lvang a could Banc an Quot Quot port Quot pm a showed that Coldwater had at Equi vocally the idea that and gov. William w. Scranton s in Cho logical influence on other East 553 did deed for of ballot citizens should not enjoy equal try into the race against sen delegations in addition to its Vonjj needed for Nom rights Quot Gerety said. Baffy Coldwater. Voting strength. Anauo n the Arizona he specifically mentioned Goldwater a vote against cloture to Cut off the civil rights in the Senate. Rhode Island gov John h cloture of to a a o i Nabat. St. Augustine seeking Connecticut is familiar nation. The Arizona senator was certain to pick up More Over the weekend. Scranton had 97, Lodge 43, new York gov. Nelson a Rockefeller 121 and former vice president Richard m. Nixon to with 163 scattered among by United press International Whites marched through the other candidates and 189 univ none 1 it in no guv j inn 11 Totel in to i a Quot a a is so a. Power t0 halt marches during his keynote speech. The fla., City of St Augustine negro Section Friday night committed to ask a Federal without incident but the pro at a meeting scheduled for 11854 and management of the monday at 9 . Efforts will Cambridge Plant of rag. Be made to resolve unsettled representatives of the Union a members of All local unions session no vote was taken and Are instructed to continue on in accordance with instructions their jobs while such Neotia of their International president donations now total $274,740 authorities investigate sabotage matters relating to a contract meeting with the membership Lions As May be necessary Are local Plant workers Are Contin Between members of the inter at a clarification session Friday in Progress Between the re spec using on the Job while their rep National brotherhood of elec afternoon in the auditorium of Tive local Union representatives resent Tives Iron out differ trial workers local Union Cambridge Junior High school and local management at the fences with Plant management. Promised that results of the location where there Are local monday meeting As Well As any unresolved matters subsequent ones will he report a a As soon As there Are any cd to them As rapidly As ses developments or should there visions Are concluded. Be any modification of the at the Friday session a Tele above position we will advise Gram from the International of promptly. Disregard any re if ice of the Union in washing ports or rumours reaching you ton d. C., signed by the inter or your members from other National president Gordon m. Sources contrary to the foregoes it a Are /1rni\ s Freeman was read to the Mem ing. The effective Date for na-1 Columbus up cont 5crship As follows tonal and ocal adjustments Santo Domingo up a buttons reported to Secretary of it in View 0f an apparent a will be monday of the week in authorities pressed a thorough state Ted we. Brown to promote Jority vote for the proposed re which each local Union ratifies investigation today of reports the 500 million Highway Bond is Newal of if National agreement the a a saboteurs were t0 Bame now tit ii c?74 740 a Ltd rag the International of the Friday session was called _. Flee will accept same with the after the majority of Union for the Chain reaction expense accounts tiled n understanding that unsettled workers in other Ria plants lion explosion at an army Camp Day showed the Toledo Highway Matt relating to supplement had voted to accept the pro that killed at least 9 persons improvement Ommittee spent tary Oca agreements Are re posed renewal of the National h Ini Rcd Iii Here thursday $127 ill behalf of the Issue. Solved at the locations where agreement which had been re previously reported contrib such agreements have not been ejected by a vote of Cambridge met and Early Friday tons included $2,500 by the Cin accepted. Cannati area committee and $266,288 by the statewide ohio1 citizens committee for High Way Progress the Ohio contractors association reported it contributed $17,- 145. Other expenses filed showed Brown spent $4,385 in his unsuccessful bid for the Republican senatorial nomination while his committee spent $10,179. Was to ask a ,. Cession was heavily guarded by j judge today for the Power to prohibit racial demonstration. Elsewhere in the Dation. J in a hearing before la. S Jaf Kasodi Misi. _ the widow District judge Bryan Simpson 0f negro Leader Medgar Evers in Jacksonville fla., officials paid solemn tribute to her slain of the nations oldest c i t y husband Friday night and said sought the restoration of a she hoped his death a one year Gates at the annual Ohio Metho Hority taken away by Simpson ago a will not have been in dist conference have called on vain. Mrs. Myrlie Evers speak smaller churches to consider. A a to f ili8pe5ia,l a Monal consolidation with other Church lice ban on racial marches in is for More effective adminis St. Augustine and urges More mergers Lakeside Ohio up Del july 4 set As passage target Date Washington up sen ate democratic whip Hubert h. Humphrey said today he wanted the civil rights Hill ready for president Johnson a signature by the fourth of july to a give the Day a Brand new a i am hopeful we can end this by the Middle of next week a the Minnesota Democrat said. His prediction that the Senate would vote final passage of the most far reach a ave Reid Al Hui does Quot Herr arts beings at a negro ties. White executive head of ing civil rights Bill in the a Friday and injured two per Church and Home the Council the Frazeysburg Nashport hut aka a Ohnor hav it of Federated organizations school District succeeds Paul i last monday. J Simpson dismissed hrs Han on racial Mal violence the for a Freedom be car erupted luring two night i in e jew marches by negroes. In St. Augustine Black each in his own Way. Militant Birmingham Ala a local buildings damaged they urged that churches with 50 members or less and integration Leader Fred shut Jig areas of Static or declining Elesworth said he would make population or membership to the a entire resources of his consider this year whether anti. Segregation organization they can develop an effective Here available to Aid in attack program or if it would be better to relocate merge or close. Leonard b. White Frazeysburg was elected Lay Leader of the Ohio conference and chairman of the Board of Lay Active Toledo up a a Freak storm with explosive bursts of wind and heavy rain damaged Sal on continued today into re my racial barriers in Tusca Loosa 60 Miles Southwest of Here. Canton miss. A an invest sons. I employees. At the clarification new Concord Brothers qualify for ranch trip damage was estimated at about $1 million. President Donald Reid Cabral following up reports that the alleged saboteurs Are hiding out at Santo Domingo University invoked emergency Powers to Send investigators onto the usually immune Campus. Police threw a cordon around a pair of new Concord Broth-1 helped Ronnie finish up. A. Univer Rou ers William Hayes la and the jeffersonian carriers y an allowed n my Ronnie Hayes 13, have Quali from ail Over Southeastern Ohio you i while they Wai de or the 14th District Glenn for feed Yor jeffersonian news Are Busy securing new subscribe Oriza Tion rom old 10 Senate committee spent $14,352 Boyge vacation at the lightning ers on their routes and Selling a Ead it before la col. John h. Glenn pude ranch at Bass Lake ind. Present ones a Magazine club there was no immediate re jr., withdrew from the demo the Are the s0ns 0y Sunder the Economy Reading port of arrests cratic senatorial race because and mrs Roger Hayes of new i. Of a head my univ. Concord r. D. 2. Both play in addition to the vacation of ship pc to baseball and build Model cars. Trip to the dude ranch begin Bill the younger accumulate Ning july 21, the boys can earn a cd his 40 Points first and then merchandise prizes or Cash. Lj0riin a Litlo Tiona a history about wednesday indicated that the end of the he h winds sheared off Cofo said no one was in Momberg Cincinnati in the Long debate might come earlier it of o that it Xoi Edo turf cured in the two blasts before highest Layman a Post in the than expected. I equipment co. And blew it Dawn when the Senate voted to Cut across the top of the Gross off the Southern filibuster last electric co. Next door. The East wednesday the most optimistic wan 0f the Toledo turf co. Was predictions for a final vote Cen levelled and steel beams and tired around the end of next timbers crashed to the ground week but Senate Republican there were about 20-25 per Leader Everett m. Dirksen j sons in the Gross co. Store ii said Friday he also was when the wind struck but no pinpointing toward a mid week juries were reported target. Carl Wissler 35, part owner a Senate leaders planned a of the Toledo turf co., and Alex a full Day so session today to Ginsburg 69, an employee were push the Bill toward the Pas slightly injured by the falling Sage Point. I timbers. Overpopulation scored by graduation speaker turn about not fair play Vientiane. Laos up a communist China in a broadcast from peking charged today that a red chinese official was killed and five other per sons injured thursday when american made planes attacked the Headquarters of the Patchet lao in Laos. There had been previous communist reports of t h e attack but today a broadcast was the first to mention casualties it said six planes bombed and strafed communist Patchet lao Headquarters in Khang Khay. I William Hayes Ronnie Hayes eos Ina Dent a h1ngts Washington up presi Dent Johnson and West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard have warned the russians that they will be held responsible for any trouble in Berlin which might result from the new soviet East German treaty. Erhard holds a news conference today to wind up a two Day visit which brought full agreement Between him and Johnson on some aspects of the German question but failed to trigger any immediate Western initiatives to promote German reunification. Columbus up a the president of the Rockefeller i foundation told Ohio state uni verify graduates Friday a growing misery greater tensions and ultimate conflict were inevitable unless answers to the problems of overpopulation. Speaking to the University a largest graduating class in history or. J. George Harrar said International affairs forced a widening of the scope of education so a we May have trained minds and skilled hands to help the people of other nations who have humanitarian claims upon us and who seek our the Painesville native said the record of land Grant universities was one of response and great achievement in the past but a revamping of their educational system was now necessary to Cope with the problems of rapid enrolment increases. The University presented 2,712 degrees including 82 doctorates and 267 masters degrees. The highest Grade average among those receiving undergraduate degrees was 3 984 achieved by Patricia Hutchins of suburban Worthington. Temperatures / Jim \ Sunrise 4 35 . Sunset 8 02 6 Friday 82 Midnight 51 6 . Saturday 50 noon 80 High Friday 85 Low 47 overnight Low 47 precipitation .02. Hysterical fan Cleveland crowded out of the front of the lineup for beatles show tickets this girl became hysterical and was treated with ammonia by police. Some fainted and were trampled at the door of music Hall up telephoto

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