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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather a scattered showers tonight and sunday turning cooler sunday. Lows tonight in hos. Highs sunday 72-78. In City final to cents volume 82�?number 156 Cedar rapids Iowa saturday june 13, 1964 associated press United press International Central City mayor quits Nixon Cool to latest candidate Scranton in Connecticut rakes Barry Hartford apr the Republican party has to make it Clear to the american people that a it does not oppose social Security the his Scranton remarks u. N., human rights and a nuclear policy a Wil sane Ham Scranton said saturday. The Pennsylvania governor in a speech prepared for the Connecticut Republican convention attacked the reported views of Barry Coldwater. Without once identifying Coldwater by name but re Ferring frequently to the sen by Jack Bell a or As a the front runner a Washington apr Scranton said the party a Pennsylvania gov. William a heritage of dynamic con Scranton embarked saturday Servat ism has been twisted into a cruel misunderstand contrast with warm sendoff by others Idaho Falls apr Idaho a Republican convention voted saturday to commit All 14 of its National convention votes to Barry Coldwater. On what he depicts As a Lincoln Ian crusade to Rescue the Republican party from Coldwater conservatism he sees As threatening defeat in november. Scranton declared himself in the running for the presidential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from Many Republican leaders including former president Eisenhower and the target of his new adventure a senator Barry Coldwater. Coldwater called Scranton a one of the outstanding governors in the nation and 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 any thing but rousing Good wishes from former vice president Nixon who had urged at the governors con Ference in Cleveland this week that someone get in the ring with Coldwater. A weak impression Nixon after flying Home Friday night from a Busi Ness trip to London said he thought Scanton had a fighting but he said the governor gave a a very weak and unfortunate impression on television sunday after receiving a phone Call from Eisenhower advising him not to enter into any Caba against any candidate meaning Coldwater. Scranton was understood to have been ready to announce his candidacy on the program but he told friends the phone Call left him Uncertain and shaken. Of this Nixon said in new York a if a Man receives a phone 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 mane Vered by someone Scranton described by some pundits As the a Hamlet of Harrisburg because of his previous indecision solved his to run or not to run dilemma and galloped into the contest 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 Neander Thal Type who offers Only a a weird parody of traditional Republican beliefs. To make up for lost time Scranton set off saturday in quest of delegates flying to Hartford to address the Connecticut Republican convention. He obviously has a lot of catching up to do. With the convention opening a month from today he has Only 92 delegates to Goldwater a 588, with 655 needed for nomination. How anyone could close that grand chasm was some ing of How the american Economy a three facts Scranton who flew Here with his wife and two of his four children in quest of Connecticut a 16 National convention delegates asserted a we have now reached the stage on the Road to san Francisco where not Only Candor but our party a future Well being demands that we frankly put out in the open some disturbing elements that have too Long been swept under the he listed what he called three facts of life for republicans to consider a no. I it is a fact that in the highest councils of the present front running candidate it is a rather poorly kept secret that they plan if successful at the convention to write off the very states our party must win. A for themselves a no. 2, it is a fact that in too Many instances Candi dates who must run with our presidential Standard bearer this fall already have begun As a matter of survival to plan campaigns for themselves Independent of the National ticket. A no. 3, it is a fact that we have reached a ludicrous Point where every responsible Leader in our party knows that to stave off defeat in november a make believe coating of moderation must be she lacked Over the views that have Ben uttered by the present front runner. Because of the havoc that has been spread across the National landscape by the present front runner the Republican party wonders How it will make Clear to the american people that it does not oppose social Security continued Page 2, col. 8. Associated press tucking it away a president Johnson puts a $50,000 Check in his Billfold and draws a Hearty laugh from Ludwig Erhard West German Chancellor. Erhard gave the Check to the president at the White House Friday. It is a West Gerrian contribution to Aid development of peace corps Type organizations throughout the world. 2 others resigning City jobs b rom we 11 raps smear document Cedar rapids Newt congressman James Bromwell of Iowa a second District defended his voting record saturday and delivered a scathing indictment dispute flares Over against what he called a a smear document put out Council plan for concerning his record in new Job setup Congress. Bromwell addressed some a a a quote j Central City mayor 300 persons at a breakfast Verne Phelps and two other session at the Jones Park City employees resigned at a Pavilion which was the kick City Council meeting Friday off to his re election Cam night climaxing a City pain. Squabble. Bromwell a Republican the squabble. Apparently referred to a Quot lets look at new no s, Jan \ a Quot the record Sheet distribute new a to Council took de by forces for his demo-0�/�?T a a Quot to the h 8 Era tic opponent John c. Col of Jim Mcmurt ver Cedar rapids attorney. A the Sheet lists 26 Meas ures that i purportedly voted on in the negative a Bromwell said. He said the Sheet contained a outright misrepresentations and that it would be a a discredited As the Campaign progressed. Rin of Alburnett by the City and a change in policy concerning City Job combinations. The Council has allegedly been critical of the work Phelps Waterloo boy Dies in crash a 9-year-old Waterloo boy was killed and four members of his family were injured saturday afternoon in a one car crash 3 Miles West of Cedar rapids on Highway 30. Highway patrolmen identified the victim As Ricky l. Dowell son of or. And mrs. Herbert c. Dowell. Taken to St. Luke a Hospital were or. And mrs. Dowell and their two other children Peggy sue 3, and Kathryn Ann about 6. All were Riding in a car driven by Larry g. Patterson 20, Waterloo not related to the Dowell family. Patterson a 1955 convertible was eastbound on Highway 30 when the left rear tire blew out and the car went out of control. It veered off the Highway and into the ditch on the South Side of the Road. Ricky Dowell was seated on the right Side of the rear seat. Hick backs beaten move Monona woman for National rights vote killed in crash Johnson turkish chief will Confer Washington apr prime minister Inonu of Turkey will begin Washington conferences with president Johnson on the Cyprus crisis on june 22, the White House announced saturday. Quit bickering Khanh demands Saigon apr Premier Khanh saturday told representatives of More than 30 political parties and professional and religious groups in South Vietnam to Stop bickering and close ranks behind the government. Nine die in mine Kabul Afghanistan apr nine people were reported killed and seven injured in a Coal mine explosion. Washington apr the Senate Friday turned Down 67 to 22, a proposal by senator Russell a Ato submit the civil rights Bill to a popular vote in the november elections. The vote capped the hottest argument of the cloture bound debate pitting Russell and senator Dirksen Dill against one another with rising voices and waving. Only three republicans voted for russells motion is e n a t ors Hickenlooper Iowa Mundt . And Williams Del. Opposing russells proposal were 40 democrats and 27 republicans the latter including senator Miller Iowa. Senator Coldwater Ariz front running candidate for the Republican presidential nomination did not vote. Earlier however he voted for three Southern amendments which would have impaired the Bill or greatly complicated its administration. One of these proposed by senator Thurmond have made any violation of the ban on discrimination in Public accommodations a crime punishable by a Fine up to $1,000 or imprison Ament up to six months or both. As the Bill now stands special to the Gazette the purpose of the thur a Waukon a a mond amendment was to make certain that the defendant would get a jury trial Southern juries have Dis played reluctance to convict fellow southerners in civil rights cases. The amendment went Down by a vote of 66 to 23. Another amendment approved by Coldwater was proposed by senator Tower a Texas. It would have eliminated the Power of the presidents committee on equal employment Opportunity to cancel a contract if the employer continues to discriminate. Under the Tower amendment the equal employment opportune it commission would have to go through an extended period of persuasion before reaching a court. The amendment was Defeated 59 to 29. The third amendment approved by Coldwater also sponsored by Tower would have voided Union shop contracts if the Union was guilty of discrimination. It was rejected 62 to 27. Jail dozen for Prague uproar Prague apr a District court saturday sentenced 12 people to prison for Public disorder and attacking police there Are no criminal penal Jin a May Day fracas. Ties and the aggrieved person the sentences ranged from is required to Institute a civil three to 14 months. Most of action for injunctive Relief the 12 appealed. Berlin warning sounded by reds Monona Mother of to children and her Mother were killed in a car truck crash near Here about 4 . Friday. Dead Are mrs. Matthew Freizlinger 55, and her Mother Mary Moore 78, both of route 2, Monona. Highway patrolman Henry Anderson said the Accident occurred on the yellow River Road to Miles Southeast of Here. Mrs. Freizlinger and her Mother were returning Home from Waukon. Anderson said mrs. Fre Illinger a car collided with a truck driven by Charles Tollefsrud 43, of route 4, Decorah on a curve. Tollefsrud drove into a ditch in an attempt to avoid the Accident. He and his son Darold la suffered minor injuries. Mrs. Moore suffered multiple fractures and lacerations. She died at 8 30 . Today in the Waukon Hospital. The bodies were taken to Schultz funeral Home in Monona. The congressman said the being done by City employees Sheet created the false in of the number of arrests pression that his voting rec made by the marshal and of Ord was one of obstruction the Way the mayor has Han continued Page 8, col. 2 by Henry Bradsher Moscow apr Russia and East Germany saturday accused West Germany of stirring up trouble in West Berlin and warned that a serious complications of the situation in Western Europe a could be the result. A joint communique issued after departure of Walter Ulbricht East German communist chief also claimed that West Berlin a has never belonged and cannot belong to West Germany. Ulbricht and Premier Khrushchev signed a Friendship treaty Friday but the . And West Germany claimed it has Little importance in the cold War. Saturdays communique proposed a establishment of effective control Over the military production of West Germany without suggesting the same control for East Germany. It called for a reduction of the strength of the West German army As a step for european Security. As for West Berlin the communique said a the revenge seeking attempts of West Germany in this City carried out not without the knowledge and with Connivance of the occupational authorities of the three Western Powers Are capable of causing serious on his return to East Berlin Ulbricht said the treaty paragraph describing West Berlin As an Independent political unit was a a great concessions because it documents that the East germans Are willing to a transform West Berlin into a demilitarized and free Premier Khrushchev bidding goodbye to Ulbricht said a it is very difficult to Over estimate the importance of this the pact was interpreted in the West As an Effort to bolster Ulbricht a regime but one which did not appear to change the problem of resolving Germany a status left unsettled since world War ii. A joint communique issued in Washington by president Johnson and the visiting West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard said the treaty did not affect soviet responsibilities for East Germany and Berlin. Ulbricht who has spent 15 Days touring Russia and conferring with Kremlin leaders was seen off with full honors. Soviet president Brezhnev accompanied Khrushchev and Ulbricht As they reviewed an Honor 61, killed be Mars apr 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 Miles Northwest of Here. Hillrichs wife Alma Martha 53, and son Kenneth 17, and a Lemars couple in the second car escaped without serious injury. Ism and resistance to change. A Titi be the first to admit that i cast some votes in the negative a he said. A but the record will show that i voted in the affirmative twice As much As in the negative. congressional representative he added can be expected to vote a a yes on every Issue before him Bromwell said the Good of his District should be of primary concern to the representative in deciding his vote. Bromwell cited two educational issues As examples of what he termed a a misrepresentation in the Culver Sheet area vocational education schools and College Loans to students from Low and Middle income families. The Culver Sheet said he voted against both measures but in reality he voted for them the congressman explained. Bromwell then criticized Culver indicating that his opponent was not sufficiently familiar with the District he seeks to represent. A my opponent has a Good Many things to learn about the District in a very Short time a Bromwell asserted. The two term congressman cited the string of accomplishments in his la county northeastern Iowa District among them High employment rapid growth and educational gains. A fall these achievements were made without one hour of contribution from the democratic candidate for Congress. And now he consents to a Lead us out of died cases in mayors court. Although still working at Alburnett Mcmurrin has resigned his present Job As Alburnett marshal Street and water commissioner in anticipation of the Central City Post. final action although his name came up from time to time at the Friday night meeting Mcmurrin was not at the meeting and the Council did not take final action on his hiring. Resigning in addition to Phelps were City clerk Aethel Phelps the mayors wife and marshal Roy Beasley. Mrs. Phelps has been clerk since september 1963, when she was appointed by her husband to succeed Eileen Vanis who resigned. There is some disagreement As to just what Mcmurrine a Job would be if hired by Central City. Some say he would take care of the streets water system sewer system marshal and City clerks duties duties up to this time taken care of by four people. Others say this is not True. At any rate the salary discussed with Mcmurrin has been $6,000 a year. A better management councilman Phil Smith although he said he say exactly what the duties would be until the Man was hired did say there probably would be some combination of jobs in an attempt to get a More work for the Money and a better he added that if it did no to work they could go Back to the old system. The Council was to hold saturday said he the Bromwell stressed that another meeting voters should consider Heini amp it but Smith candidates residency and did no to think the hiring of service in the District in cast Mcmurrin would come up. Trains collide ing their votes. Instead he Felt the Council Algiers a four the Broad and deep Chang would be too Busy getting a people were killed and five a Tak of. Place today in the new mayor and a temporary injured Friday in the col United state and the clerk so that the town s vision of two trains in East-suin8 National conf Ion business could be Carriedo. Pm Algeria were mentioned by brom Smith is in his second term Well. He urged voters to re on the Council Tain a their Clear vision in the midst of the abundance of confusion. Quipped Bromwell at the close of his 25-minute talk a my opponent says he returned Here and took up residency to fulfil a lifelong continued Page 2, col. 5. Ambition to practice Law. I Hope you la help him realize that today Index comics. 7 courthouse 12 crossword. 7 daily record. 2 deaths. 2 editorial features.6 financial. 8 Marion. 8 movies. .5 sports. 4, 5 state. 8 television. 8 want ads. 9-11 Ralph Simmen elected to the Council last fall said he does no to believe the Council intends to Lay any employees off. He said he believed Mcmurrine a Job collapse kills six Bombay apr six people were killed when a Ward under construction at a Hospital collapsed saturday. ? olt Fici is chuckle some girls like a Man with a past some like a Man with a future but they All go for a Man with a present Coper not

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