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Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - January 8, 1967, Colorado Springs, Colorado Demos urged Juk to avoid a a a it it Manchester Book says by Reuman Morin a special correspondent new York a five prominent democrats strongly urged president John f. Kennedy to omit Dallas from the itinerary of his fateful tour of Texas in november 1963, because they feared the highly charged atmosphere of antagonism to him in the City. Quot Dallas is a very dangerous place a sen j William Ful Bright of Arkansas was quoted As telling the president. Quot i would t go there. Done to you 8� a four other men expressed grave anxieties about Kennedy s intention to visit Dallas William Manchester reports in his controversial Book Quot the death of a Manchester writes that Kennedy himself regarded the entire Texas tour undertaken for political purposes As Quot vexatious and unappealing. An imposition a look Magazine issued saturday the first instalment of a four part 60,000-word serialization of Manchester s Book. Mrs John k Kennedy withdrew her objections when revisions were made but did not approve or endorse the articles. A spokesman for look quoted Gardner Cowles editorial chairman As saying the changes entailed Only 1,600 words and Quot in no Way affected the historical accuracy or completeness of the regarding the relations Between Kennedy and vice president Lyndon a Johnson prior to and during the Texas trip Manchester wrote Quot politically he a Johnson a had become a cipher because he lacked a Power base. Mrs Johnson had never seen the inside of the famous presidential plane air Force one if John son wanted to use a plane he had to apply to the presidents air Force aide Brig. Gen Godfrey Mchugh and sometimes a mortifying to a Man of his extreme sensitivity a the request was denied. Moreover lbs had now become aware of groundless but persistent rumours that he might be dropped from the 1964 tickets Quot and in san Antonio mrs Kennedy heard Quot raised voices Quot in a hotel room to which Kennedy had summoned Johnson. Quot he a Johnson a did not define the nature of the discussion a Manchester wrote. Quot precisely what was said is unknown. Johnson controlled his celebrated temper in his chief s presence but in the words of one Man on dirty outside. A he left that suite like a pistol a another said Quot he looked mrs. Kennedy the Book says asked a what was that All about he sounded mad a her husband replied Quot that s just Lyndon. But he s in the first instalment of Manchester s Book shows that most of his information came from president Kennedy a admirers therefore it is subject to their interpretation of events which took place under great emotional stress. Some sources said that because it deals in considerable detail with some of the emotional events quoting various individuals it cannot be taken As a Chin Tive history of the assassination. Manchester reports that Texas democratic chairman Byron Skelton was among those who counselled against the decision to bring the president to Dallas. Skelton wrote the presidents brother. Atty. Gen. Robert f. Kennedy that he would Quot feel better if the president s itinerary did not include Skelton Felt so strongly about it that he flew to Washington and talked with democratic National chairman John Bailey and Jerry Bruno of the democratic National committee the Book says adding that Skelton a efforts came to Quot an enormous the Book quotes House whip Hale Boggs of Louisiana As saying. Quot or. President you Are going into a Hornet s Kennedy replied Quot Well that always creates interesting he said the thought that a president of the United states could not go into any american City was totally unacceptable to him. Sen. Hubert h. Humphrey of Minnesota and ambassador Adlai e. Stevenson also harboured misgivings about the Dallas Stop for the president. A in Dallas itself there was genuine Manchester writes. A both newspapers ran editorials calling for restraint police chief Jesse Curry publicly put Dallas on notice that his department would take a imme turn to Page 6a,column 2 Colorado Springs it a run f in Jeffri Gaite Telegraph weather forecasts pikes Peak Region a generally tale and warmer today and monday. High today near 35. Low tonight 5 to 10. 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