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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Corsicana, Texas The weather local Cloudy and warm through sunday Low tonight in High sunday in upper thermometer 8 8 10 11 12 1 2 78 83 88 90 92 94 95 Complete won Thor report on Market Home fret homing in Atli leased wires of the associated press a Tel Mats markets at a glance most securities and commodities markets Are closed 5 june pages Price five cent3 Inonu coming to shortly Scranton assails Goldwater watch for the american advisor and his South vietnamese companions keep a Sharp Lookout Tor possible guerrilla attack As they cruise along a River near the cambodian the troops were in route to a suspected Viet Cong Encampment where they burned cattle and food the men Folk were but the Community women and children were evacuated from the a War photo Erhard belittles treaty a joint by Endre Mabton 4 june 13 West German Chancellor Lud Ivik Erhard said today that the new soviet treaty with communist East Germany will have no effect on future dealings on the German Erhard also declared that West Germany does not intend to recognize red Send a Trade Mission to peking or sign a Trade agreement with the red chinese the West German Leader spoke at a news conference As he prepared to return to Bonn following a round of discussions with president and oter top Erhards assessment of the 20 year soviet East German Friend Shipan assistance treaty coincided with that of Washington the treaty of Friendship be tween Moscow and Pankow does not change the facts or the Legal Erhard de the pact Russia and Hei satellite signed in Moscow Fri Day aroused Sharp interest in Washington but created no Nev top ranking German sources in state department experts were inclined to regard the treaty As a defeat for Wai ter East German communist Leader and chief o he is understood to have asked for a separate peace treaty the West firmly oppose Sand got instead a pact wit a lofty title but Little Friday night at lantern 1 see Page 9 Douglas Heads Elex judges june 13 Kenneth Douglas of corsican is the naw president of to North and East Texas count judges and commissioners a he and other new office were elected Friday Mel Price of Dallas was named filst vice president and James Pease the convention opened thur Day and ended with al unches Navarro county commis Slone Homer Arlon Sim Joe an a uncles also attend the Ulbricht stir Berlin Kettle by Henry Bradsher june 13 w the Oviet Union and East Germany caused the West today of Star no up trouble in West Berlin and warned that serious com cations of the situation in Western Europe could be the communique issued ter the departure of East Erman communist chief Walt r Ulbricht also claimed that Vest Berlin has never belonged and cannot belong to West Ulbricht and Premier Khiu Schev signed a Friendship Reaty Friday but the United tates and West Germany a students d state Home hold reunion Corsicana state Home Estu dents were arriving in Corsica a saturday for their annual Homecoming scheduled Over the weekend at the institution in West saturday is the biggest Day of the today registry lunch and Earl afternoon recreation occupied the time of most of the new officers of the a students Are to be elected in a business banquet meeting at in the Home feature of the first Day will be the evening banquet in the dining where Martin will be the featured speaker in an event beginning at 7 the Day will be climaxed with a dance at the vow Hall at 9 and with a get together of those not attending the at the american club Motel swimming Pool at the same sundays Agenda will be Light the Only official event being a meeting of old and new officers at 1 claimed it has Little importance in the cold today communique charged West Germany is engaged in provocative activities in West described by Khrushchev and Ulbricht As an Independent political then Tho communique went on to propose establishment of effective control Over the Mill Ary production of West Ger without the same control for East t also called for reduction of the strength of the West Ger Man army As a step for euro lean As for West the com Munique said the revenge seeking at tempts of the Federal Republic of Germany in this carried out not without the knowledge and with Connivance of the occupational authorities of the three Western Are Cap blames havoc on arizonan party heritage cruelly twisted governor asserts by Jack Lynch june 13 i William Scranton of Pennsylvania pressed his eleventh hour Campaign for the Republican presidential Nomina Tion today with a vigorous at tack on Barry Goldwater of target Clear without mentioning Gold water by but leaving no doubt whom he Scranton attacked what he referred to As he shoot from the rather Han think from the head for eign policy philosophy of his rival for the the governor in a speech prepared for the Connecticut state gop convention because of the havoc that is spread across the National landscape by the present front the Republican party wonders How it will make Clear to the american people that it does not oppose Security secur the United human rights and a sane nuclear to rights amendments lose methodically future at stake Scranton asserted that party heritage of dynamic conservatism has been twisted the Union accepts Texas Miller wage proposals local United hatters Cap and millinery workers International Union ratified an a Grec ment presented by Texas Miller thursday night at an overflow crowd at the court Carl business manager of the local announced the agree ment provides for a fou year effective May and ending april it was under the proposed a 32 12 cent hourly increase in wages is 10 cents the first year and 7 12 cents per hour for the other three the minimum wage under the proposed new agreement will be cent per 10 cents Over the current wage scale min it was in the body the new part of the that contract will run from August to april and will provide from 32 12 cents to 44 12 cents according to the an by Lewis Hawkins june 13 a cohesive Senate majority continued today its relentless blowing under of Southern amendments to a civil rights Bill apparently headed for Pas Sage next acting under a one Horper Man debate limitation imposed in an unprecedented action last the bipartisan leadership consistently rallied 21 margins against amendment after the process had an almost mechanical rhythm of introduce Tio Roll carefully Hus banding their the southerners made Little Effort to support with oratory their fore doomed efforts to shape the measure to a form More nearly acceptable to some very minor changes were accepted with the Acques enc of the Bills it appeared the opponents were forcing the Roll Calls largely to build a record on which to stand before their White constituents rather than acting in any real Hope of changing the even of delaying much longer its the House passed Bill was first offered in the Senate March 9 but the voting process Kennedy death car available for use see Page 4 West Germany launches first nuclear ship june 13 up launched today Wes Tern Europe first nuclear powered the ton Otto the designed to carry will be third of the kind in the world when the United states has a no Clear powered the and the soviet Union has one called the Lenin that is being used As an ice the German ship is 562 feet Long and 80 feet she will have a top Speed of 16 installation of the which will Power is to be Gin in into a cruel misunderstanding of How the american Economy who flew Here with his and two of his see Page 4 Castro claims pressure ends overtures by Morris Rosenberg june Fidel Castro said today overtures had been made for an improve ment in relations but that Cuba Cut them Short recently because of a rain of american threats and pressures a galust his communist govern business channels now feel tax Cut by Jack Lefley new june the income tax Cut is making Ita effects Felt in business Chan that the word this week from the Commerce it was a Little later coming than expected but its arrival provided a Welcome boost for the retail sales Are up and Busi Ness men Are scheduling higher expenditures for new Plant and sales in May posted a Pel cent increase Over april Anc were 7 per cent above May 1963 the big May department Chain reported an 8 per cent increase in sales in May Over a year its Morton May commented we believe retail Trade is now beginning to reflect the stimulating influence of the in crease in consumer income re suiting from the tax the Commerce department re ported its May Survey indicated hat business spending is scheduled at 12 per cent above n february the boost had been 11 per the new report estimated Cap Tal spending at billion from billion in these statistics prompted Secretary of Commerce Luther Hod is to say we Are now in the fourth year of unprecedented peacetime usually business men Are beginning to worry about the they Are confident of rising sales and Are plan Ning to increase their payrolls and productive eleven permits Are issued for City building eleven building permits four repairs and additions and seven new Homes were issued at the City Hall for the week ending Friday Tho permits totalled bringing the years total to the permits Hugh 1008 West Summitt add Back Delia 811 East third add he hinted that a third party made the overtures but declined to say who Are exactly he denied that Cuba had initiated any such moves but said at an Impromptu Early morning news conference we Are never opposed to conversations with the United states on the basis of Equality and Mutual respect for sover on tuesday the foreign ministry denied Madrid dispatches that said Cuba was seeking the intervention of a third country to investigate the prospects for settling differences with the uni Ted we didst make overtures with any Castro there were some Over Tures but they didst come from they came from persons see Page 4 other features of the propos al Otto were an additional paid the Nunt Ber to a pension Otto will become operative in under the in discussing terms of the new Otto said that the economic issues involved Are but negotiations Are still under Way in the noneconomic see Pago 4 most wanted Han captured in shootout san june agents captured George one of their 10 most wanted in a gun Duel Fri Day the Fri said 48year old native of was wanted in connection with a string of armed robberies in California and including the Holdup of a Sac Ramento Bank agents said who Sty led himself the King and had that term monogrammed on Hla car door and chose to shoot it out with them when they surprised him leaving a West san Jose he was wounded in the Chest and hand and taken to a Santa Clara an a convict also wanted for violating his conditional parole from a Federal pen was described As an aggressive Leader in Bank hold ups since did not begin in Earnest until the Senate on wednesday imposed cloture for the first time in a civil rights Progress since then brought predictions of passage by next wednesday from Everett the minority Leader see Page 4 Han convicted Corsicana court gains Freedom june 13 a District judge has ordered released from the Huntsville state Pris on because the Man was Indyg nent and did not have Legal counsel at his by Karl Bauman june 13 up limousine in which presi Dent John Kennedy was As rebuilt and equipped with Bullet resistant has been made available for presi Dent there is no present indication How soon Johnson will use the Lincoln which now weighs More than five including pounds of steel since Kennedy assassination Johnson has been using a Limo Usine assigned to Fri director Edgar it has numer Ous Security including steel plating and Bullet resistant the revamped limousine was returned amid More than Usua unlike the fanfare when it was originally delivered Foi presidential service in 1981 although the Ford motor co has issued a press release announcing the when in Spector Burrill spokesman for the secret ser students advocate destruction i think this reflects sound economic policies of the administration and especially the wis Dom of the tax another favourable develop ment was the expectation manufacturers that sales steadily through Bee Page 10 of will Robert 1303 West eleventh add store Harris lumber 1703 Brick 5rooms Maxwell and 220 2baths Brick Maxwell and Brick 2208 Dart Mouth Fred 2009 Bowie add Brick 1 12 Brick veneer Clem 217 Benton Street add 2rooms and 1103 Oak 2 Maxwell and 5room 218 fail mount by Richard Daw june 13 up destruction of the government is advocated by four negro Stu dents among a group of 73 americans who Are visiting Cuba in Defiance of state department a statement denouncing the North american racist govern ment was issued by the it we realize the Una Ted states government is Tho biggest farce in history and must be six others among the 73 women and children who arrived Friday by Way of czech Are a 23yearold new de identified himself As group Leader and a communist he handed out a statement de Claring we have different Rea sons for coming to Bui we Are United in our opposition to our governments efforts to prevent the United states Clit Zens from travelling to the four negroes identified hems lives As Ernest 21 a student at the University of California at Berk by Luke student at Wayne state Charles los Stu Dent at los Angeles City col Ege and Ron Xmas architectural Tho 73 circumvented re it actions on cuban travel by of passports to Fly no to Paris and Thun to Prague before flying to Lemansky said Tho group members were trom various parts of the United states and puerto to hold Many Dif Ferent beliefs and belong to Many different he the 49 men and 21 planned a two month stay in this would have them on hand for the Celebration of the july 26 movement the party of prime minister Page 9 Dennis was convicted in Corsicana on charges he found cd a female under 14 years of age he has been in prison six although he was ordered re leased on a writ of Hareas Cor Dennis May be retried on the same judge Joe in grahams order Sam assistant to the state attorney said the District attorney of Navarro county would decide whether the judges order would be appealed or whether Dennis would be judge Ingraham said his decision was based on a recent supreme court ruling that con see Pago 4 wave of strikes is continuing to plague Italy june 13 is and no communist print ers unions called today for a nationwide newspaper strike next on another labor Host esses and stewards went into the second Day of a scheduled fou Day strike against the big stat controlled a italia the printers Union represent All Nonerl Torwal employees of italian they have been asking wage increases of about 8 per publishers have offered about 2 per current wage Scales vary wide see Page 4 governor takes full emergency Guiana Powers b r 11 i s june 13 m Walthou consulting the the British governor of this coun try assumed full emergency Powers today in his bid t stamp out five months of vol Lonce and ordered a predawn swoop detaining Deputy pre Mior Bri Nolloy Bonn and 40 oth sir Richard Luyt said to too this unprecedented action b cause the Cabinet refused t give him the Powers he be he was using Powei authorized by Britain last a which enable him to bypass the government of prime Man late Chedell in addition to a Mem Oer of the ruling Peoples progressive the youth an chairman Moses Bhagwan an an opposition Peoples nation Sec Page 4 typhoid tapers Jun number of person hospitalized in Tho typhoid of Demic which broke out thre weeks ago dropped today for to first there St were 393 confirmed cases in to the same As the Provo but the number of suspect of cases dropped from 52 to 5 areas flooded n South Plains in downpours by the associated press floods beset South Plains a was saturday after downpours f up to seven tornadoes Hith Northwest Tex s highways and crops were uner water in Tho Sudan mule Hoe 84 Between the two owns was under five feet of traffic was routed Over farm 745 and Texas the Highway commission said farm roads 303 North of Sudan ind 1055 North of Erath would he closed for several Days be cause of standing seven inches of rain fall be tween Muleshoe and a number of places in county had four inches of the Only damaging Tornado demolished the trailer House of Jim about five Miles North of and his family escaped injury by crouching under an another twister was spotted near midst winds of 70 mils an two other fun Nels were seen spinning near just inside the new Mexico but did no parched ranges and crops be a fitted from the moderate to heavy Early a broken line of Light to moderate thunderstorms moved eastward along and 60 Miles Northwest of Ardmore to Mineral the area was in creasing with Clouds billowing up to Farwell received nearly an Inch of Light Hall and winds up to 55 Molob an hour during see Page 4 firemen make Coon capture will Confer on crisis in Cyprus expected greek views will be sought in turn june 13 up minister Ismet Inonu of Turkey will begin Washington conferences with president Johnson on the Cyprus crisis on june the White House announced follows Ball trip it is expected that prime min ister George Papandreaou of Greece will be invited to meet separately with Johnson on tha same although nothing has been said about this offi the Inonu visit grew out of his weeks Mission to Greece and Turkey by undersecretary of state George Inonu will arrive in washing Ion on june the White Housa and his consultations with Johnson will begin the next stay Uncertain George White House press said he did not know How Long the Johnson Inonu talks would the United states has been deeply concerned about an armed Corsicana Short fire Calls excelled in they answered a request from Betty to get her Pel Raccoon Down from on Elm tree in Tho front Yard at 1736 West seventh her efforts to get the Anima Down with a water Hose Hac been she told them fireman Jimmy who Hunts Coons with dogs for Shin need up Tho tree and brought the animal clash Between Turkey and Greece Over where greek and turkish cypriots Are holding a news Confer ence yesterday at Tho White t he Nad emphasized in talks with Inonu and papa i Reou that War Between Greece and nato would be Inonu was invited to meet with Johnson after the president last see Page 4 France cited As warning to South Viet Nam by Roy Kosoyan Viet Juno 13 Nguyen Khanh called on wrangling professional and religious groups of South Viet Nam today to close ranks behind the govern ment for survival Tho nation in this decisive the strongman Premier held up Tho French fourth Republic As a horrible example at a noisy convention called to Frame a code that would Reg ulate the role of political parties and determine whether Tho country should Settle on a two party at last count this communist menaced land had 31 16 recognized by the govern ment and if seeking Recagni Khanh warned against Tho confusion and chaos that devel oped in France from a multiplicity of bickering parties in the a crisis that led Charles do Gaulle to resume the if we correctly conceive the essential role of political Par see Viet Pugo 4 want end korean martial Law a joint statement by the unions said contract talks had broken Down and that their members would strike for 24 hours starting at 3 tues in the event of a wednesday morning and after noon newspapers would not be Bulc to Tho a italia hostesses and stewards seek better Shorter hours and other Bene a italia did not curtail service because of the student stewards and student hostesses were used in place of at the same govern ment officials worked to Settle a prolonged wage dispute on the state a communist led Union has staged a series of rail Way the most recent a 26hour walkout that ended Fri Day by Robert Eunson june 13 up president Chung Hee Parks to it Cal opponents decided today o ask the National Assembly to lift the martial Law he de Creed for Seoul Juno 3 As a re sult of student demonstrations against his the whose demo cratic Republican party holds 110 of the Assembly 165 has said both martial Law and censorship will be continued Indef although peace and order have been restored on the basis of surface a spokesman for Tho two opposition groups former Presl Dent Yun Posun civil Rule party and the Sammon society said they planned to put their proposal before the Assembly monday and seek a vote by wed what oved the chances for passage of the the As Sembly has the Power to end martial Park made his position Plain in an exclusive interview with the associated with More than 300 persons already held on suspicion of insurrection and violation of a ban on meet the president said Friday rests Are still being he a Porto Many leaders of Tho Monst rations have gone under i consider it necessary to have a minimum period of Perserver Ance during which a number of tens must be taken that can provide definite assurances that to democratic order and these purity of the nation will be Safe Park among the prisoners were a dozen korean Park told a group of korean publishers and editors that he would seriously consider their to release the it is True that a Small num Ber of journalists Are being Park said in Tho a Mere 20 Miles from the demilitarized zone which divides North and South la the nations Only City under siege Park hinted that military moves by communist troops North of the demilitarized zone hastened his decision to place the capital under martial Law As is Well Korea facet a powerful enemy carom he armistice he i have intelligence reports that How the enemies in the North undertook significant military moves when Tho demonstrations entered the latter half stage of a spokesman for Tho United nations command gave a terse no comment when informed of the presidents unofficial sources said there wore movements from time to Imo As Tho communist realigned heir troops in North to so it would be difficult to associate or disassociate Thesa Nan Euvern with the student All enemy aircraft were rounded As far Back As May 6 and troop were brought up in some Park we dont know sure whether they meant to group for or just pared because of instability in South j the causes of the tons were Park Ding i think the Moat direct it the controversy Over free of the 9

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