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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Creston, Iowa
Creston news advertiser vol. 84. A number 61. Daily since dec. 5, 1881 Creston Iowa saturday june 13, 1964. Seven cents turkish Premier coming june 22 for Cyprus talk Johnson expected to invite greek Premier later Washington m a prime minister Ismel Inonu of Turkey will begin conferences in Washington with president Johnson on the Cyprus crisis june 22, 1he White House announced today. It is expected that prime minister George Papandreou of Greece will be invited to meet separately with Johnson on the same topic although nothing has been said about this officially. Arranged by Ball the Inonu visit grew out of this weeks Mission to Greece and Turkey by undersecretary of state George w. Ball. Inonu will arrive in Washington on june 21, the White House said and his consultations with Johnson will begin the next Day. George e. Reedy White House press Secretary said he did not know How Long the Johnson Inonu talks would continue. Deeply concerned the United states has been deeply concerned about an armed clash Between Lei key and Greece Over Cyprus where greek and turkish cypriots Are feuding. Ball holding a news conference Here Friday said he had emphasized in talks with Inonu and Papandreou that War Between Greece and Turkey nato allies would be unthinkable. Inonu was invited 1o meet with Johnson after the president last week launched new efforts to Cool off the Cyprus crisis. P Cornious pressure at fridays conference Ball said there has been a enormous pressure within Turkey for intervention with according to some accounts Johnson last week persuaded Inonu to abandon plans for a turkish invasion of Cyprus. Although the invasion threat seems to have receded Ball characterized the Cyprus situation As still dangerous. President Johnson met Inonu during a visit to Turkey when he was vice president in 1962. Inonu last visited Washington for the funeral of president John f. Kennedy last november. Think rights Bill will count 574 Voles pass without changes for Goldwater Humphrey feels House will accept Senate version Washington w a sen. Hubert h. Humphrey Senate floor manager for the civil rights Bill said today there is an excellent Chance the House will accept the version the Senate is we orking 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. Lose consultation however if the House does not accept the Senate changes. 1 the Bill will go to a conference 1 committee to resolve differ circus playing Here today Barnes and Bailey circus moved onto the Taylor a Lxiv grounds this morning and began setting up for the two perform identical nomination ances it will present Here today. The matinee performance began at 2 ., and an evening per of the 655 needed to nominate gains 14 More in Idaho today was 11ng ton left son. Bar by 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 pres wonder if Scranton made bid too late the Arizona senator has 574 first ballot votes just 81 Short form an be is to Start at 8 Baines and Bailey circus is billed As the second largest Cir i Cus on tour in the United slates l this year. The circus trucks began a new Mexico riving at the showgrounds Early Yginia. This morning. Elephants from the c ire is Herd were used to help the big trucks up the Steep Grade into the circus grounds which had been made Slippery i by a Light rain Shower Enos in the versions passed by a Pool non lip circus was set according to the associated press Survey of delegates. Another 54 delegates were being chosen at Republican conventions today in Connecticut Idaho and Vir the House feb. 10 and by the Senate. The result could he delay or even stalemate. A we have been in the closest consultation with House leaders and we feel the Bill As it now stands is acceptable to them a Humphrey said. He also expressed Confidence the Bill will get to Johnson before Congress quits for the Republican National convention which opens july 13 in san Francisco. By july 4th a i Hope the president can sign it on the fourth of july giving a Brand new meaning to that Day a Humphrey said. House leaders privately agree that action can be completed before the convention recess. But for 1 his to happen they say the Senate must pass the Bill next week. Up. The quot big top tent and menagerie tents were erected circus crows were setting the a big top quot seats. Animals were being groomed for their performances Ami circus personnel said everything would let a ready by 2 ., for the first show. Many circus fans were visiting the showgrounds during the morning to watch Iho circus set up and get ready for its performances. Two will attend methodist South Iowa conference the a poll based on primary election commitments pledges instructions or state preference gives this first ballot breakdown Barry Goldwater. 574 Nelson a. Risk Feller William w. Scranton. Henry Cabot Dolge. Margaret Chase Smith Richard m. Nixon. Favorite sons. Ten committed. 131 92 46 15 14 Rev. Azel l. Smith and or. Edgar w. Kapfer will represent the first methodist Church in Creston at the 121st session of the South Iowa conference of the methodist Church at Des Moines june 21-25. Rev. Smith pastor of the local Church will he the pastoral Delegate and or. Kapfer will he the Lay Delegate cloture imposed by the Senate i about 600 wednesday has been faster than expected. Each senator he predicted final come he wednes would and action will Day. I the minnesotan said action on amendments to the Hill under now is limited to one hour of speaking time on the Bill and All amendments. The Senate is in session today As the leaders try to push the Bill along. Red build up seen in Laos Vientiane. Laos m a indications of a communist build up for a possible attack on the neutralise stronghold of Muong Soui in North Central Laos were reported today by Western military sources. A Patchet lao attack on Muong Soui had been expected since the fall of two other neutralise positions earlier this week. Muong Soui straddles a vital Highway leading from the communist controlled Plaine Des Jarres 110 Miles North of Vien Tiane. The main body of Neutra lists under general Kong be Are deployed in positions South of Muong Soui. It did not appear Kong be was reinforcing his position. Reports of a new Patchet lao buildup followed a request by neutralise Premier Souvanna Houma that american military reconnaissance flights Over the communist held territory be resumed. Earlier american photographic flights had spotted convoys from North Viet Nam into Patchet lao territory. Joe Cline 75, Elston Dies pastoral and Lay delegates Are expected to attend the conference sessions at which Bishop f. Gerald Ensley of Des Moines will preside. Bishop Ensley will preach on a when fear is stronger than love at the opening session sunday evening june 21. The Bishop also will speak at the three traditional Bishops hours. The a reeks a business will include presentation of Progress reports and plans for 1964-65. A proposed budget of Over $1,000,-000 will be considered. The conference will end thursday evening. June 25, with the ordination of deacons and elders and Reading of appoint to their sign 2 contracts for new Hospital contracts with the Spencer construction co., general contractor and the Hockenberg fixture and Supply co., for Kitchen equipment for the new Union county Hospital Here were approved by the Board of lispi Tal trustees Friday afternoon. The contracts were signed by the Hoard. The signed contracts and Bonds of the two firms were approved after the Board had met w Ith the contractors to discuss procedure for getting construction of the Hospital underway. The contract of Ridnour and Morrow of Creston for electrical 110 work at the new Hospital was 217 Given to the Hoard at the meet ing Friday and the contract of Idaho a Republican convention Carstens plumbing and heating of Ackley the mechanical contractor is in the mail. The electrical and mechanical contracts will lie approved by the Board after they Are examined by Donald Mullin. The boards Legal advisor for the new Hospital project. Those contracts should Lxi approved within a few Days Clarke k. Bailey chairman of the Board of trustees said. Bailey said several alternates in the contracts were left open pending further study. The Board has about 45 Days in which to make a decision on these alternates in the const r action plans. Spencer construction co. Told the trustees it will lie Gin moving its equipment to the site of the new 83-bed Hospital by the latter part of next week and plans to begin construction on july 1. The company a contract Calls for completion of the construction in 53 1 Days. This would make the completion Date for the general construction about mid december. 1965. The other contractors have Short additional Jieri ods after that time to Complete their Wor k. -1 r it a. Is it. V. A a a Clearfield a Joe Cline 75. Of Ellston died at the Horton nursing Home North of mount Ayr Friday. He had made his Home in Ellston withm0nts of ministers his i other Ellis for the past 1964-65 charges. 30 years. The South Iowa conference funeral services will he held has 143,000 members and 470 at 2 Sunday at the Varner churches. Edwards funeral Home at Ting Ley. Rev. Sam Bowser of Ting Ley will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery near Ellston. Or. Cline is survived by three Brothers and four Sisters. Bedford girl is miss . Iowa Clarinda Ift a Jan Boomer of Bedford was chosen from 12 candidates last night As a miss Southwest she will be a contestant in the miss Iva Beauty pageant at Clear Lake this summer. Nancy Timberlake of Bedford and Pat Horning of Clarinda were chosen runners up. The weather forecast for Southwest Iowa considerable cloudiness occasional showers and thunderstorms through sunday. Lows saturday night in 60s. Highs sunday around 75, turning cooler. From c Reston official weather station High past 24 hours 82 Low past 24 hours 66 Reading at 1 30 77 precipitation .10 Atlantic youth sentenced for Highway death Avoca it a Michael Mccluskey 18, of Atlantic today was sentenced to eight years in the men is reformatory and fined $500 for manslaughter. The sentence was handed Down by District judge Bennett Cullison who rejected Mcclus Kevos application for parole. Mccluskey was convicted of manslaughter May 27 by a District court jury. He had been charged As a result of a two car traffic Accident on Highway nuclear powered freighter launched in West Germany Kiel. Germany it a Germany launched today Western Europe a first nuclear powered freighter the 15,000-ton Otto Hahn. The ship designed to carry Ore will be third of the kind in the world when completed. The United states has a nuclear powdered freighter the Savannah and the soviet Union has one called the Lenin that is being used As an icebreaker. The German ship is 562 feet Long and 80 feet wide. She will have a lop Speed of 16 knots. Installation of the reactor voted today to commit All 14 of its National convention votes to sen. Goldwater. The voice vote was without opposition and was declared unanimous. The Resolution instructs the delegation to vote unanimously for Goldwater a until formally released by about 275 at youth party the last youth Center party for Creston youth people was held last night at the elks Hetge building. About 275 Young people attended. Die party was for 71 h and 8th graders from 7 to 9 And for 9th graders High school and Community College students from 9 to 11 30 Don Bell Des Moines television entertainer entertained at both parties. There were games and other entertainment for the younger group and dancing and entertainment for the older group. The Don Bell combo which had been booked to provide music for dancing at the party for the older group did not show1 up and dancing was to music of a Juke Box. Young people who took part in the youth censer work Day project several weeks ago were guests of the youth Center committee at the party. No More youth Center parties will be held this summer and the committee expects to have a youth Center in operation in the basement of the eagles Lodge building by fall. Takes hawaiian trip Lynda Bird Johnson received the congressional delegation from Hawaii at the White House prior to leaving for their Home state to address the second Little conference on children and youth. The presidents daughter got a Farewell kiss from one of them sen. Daniel k. Inouye a Hawaii. Nea telephoto. Treaty could Lead to trouble Over Berlin sues Johnson for sonic booms Western sector is Independent political Unity Berlin it a Tow newly signed soviet Kart German Friendship treaty appears on the surface to be a Hait less piece of paper designed to bolster the Are slide of the regime of East her Waller Ulbricht. Future. The tories never so ii is out treaty says both Signa regard West Berlin As an Lions club to present carnival at Diagonal Diagonal a the Diagonal Lions club will sponsor its an Ual carnival at diag xxi on june 23 and 24. Die carnival will lie held on main Street As it a a Independent political teen for the past several years. I this has Sai 1 the cum a Western style Square dance Muniss Many Tumos Ijo fore but will be hell on main Street on it Nover was Kuji m such the opening night of the Cami a document. Vai. It will be presented by a a v.1 i the United states. Britain and Diagonal group that has Spon _., to i a France maintain Berlin a an sorted several Dartes at the High., a of cued cite. A status a turn school gymnasium during the past Spring. Other activities for tax two Day carnival Are living planned by the Lions club and will in an Oklahoma City it president Johnson is being sued for More than $1 billion by an Oklahoma City plumber w to no need later claims Johnson was a careless 3 tie Harlan amusement callous and negligent a in order-1 Vav a bring its carnival Ndoc ing the Federal aviation Agen in Adonai for tax two it la it by to conduct sonic Boom tests Over the City. The . Attorneys office said it doubted the president could be sued legally in such a lease filed Friday in . Dis i strict court by Woodrow w. Bus i sey. 46. I can Only be changed by a it a treaty. Co. It Toof tax Lions club carnival. 6 East of Oakland last Marc Winner who in 1938 discovered Auto sideswipe trailer of stalled truck. ,.lorimor a an automobile which will Power her is to be Faa is conducting sonic driven by Jules r. Gentry. 54. M Boom tests to gauge Public re the Shle a 1 action and measure property damage. Who will visit them fit sequently Man peace treaty. To determine if any of the this status according to the have been trapped the Western allies also still is valid inspectors carry identification for East Berlin although the credentials. Russians nearly two years age withdrew their military commandant and installed an East German general. Or. Otto Hahn. 85, Nobel prize 22. In which Max Shetterly Walnut was killed. A Highway patrolman was chasing Mccluskey a car at High 1 peed at the time of the Acci a Dent. Judge Cullison said he rejected the application for parole because Mccluskey has an a uninterrupted series of offences and has shown a total indifference to his to the Public and to his of that uranium could be split. 100 Jaycees Riding bicycles to Texas Webster City it a about 100 members of the Iowa Junior chamber of Commerce is Ere a sover ii no for the first time tax claim that East Rei Lin is the a a capital of a a a Sovereign state of East Germany has Len formalized in a Wrenty to Down Russia and East Germany. There is where the trouble can Rural route 1, coming Side erupt swiped the rear of a stalled until now troops of the Wert Somi trailer truck on Highway porn allies in uniform have Len 169. About 3 Miles South of ap0 to Page a through the Wall Sonmor at 5 . Today. No without re Tri tron they Iki not one was Hurt and although the ave. Show identity Docu car was damaged to the extent met Nis nor Are they subject to of about $200. Both vehicles As Are All other a rss xes could be driven their own Power. Away under entering East Germany. Because of four a Liwer agree purchaser finds whole House stolen rebuilt Kennedy limousine ready for Johnson sheriff George Stroman said Meni it it Ign Al in 1945, tax West Washington it Fly t h e making final preparations to Billie Carl White 24. Of Temple pm allies maintain they will limousine in w hich president Day for their 780-Mik tandem tex., was going North on High out Niue to ins get in tax i get of John f. Kennedy was Assassin bicycle ride from Webster City i Way 169 in a Semi trailer truck acc0.s to eat be in. Rated rebuilt and equipped with to Dallas. Tex. Belonging to . Byers of Bullet resistant Glass has been atty. Gen. Evan he Liman re Little Rolt k. Ark. The truck was takes Alfh hour Campaignio Connecticut today raps shoot from the hip foreign policy views Washington m a gov. William w. Ski Antony a sudden decision to Challenge sen. Barry Goldwater for the Republican presidential nomination stirred if not electrified party leaders across the country. But Many including foes of Goldwater wondered if tie governors move Wasny to too late. Scranton of Pennsylvania Pressil his eleventh hour Campaign for the Republican presidential nomination today with a vigorous attack on Goldwater of Arizona. I cities no doubt without mentioning Goldwater by name but leaving no doubt whom he meant. Scranton attacked what he referred to As tax a shoot from the hip. Rather than think from the head foreign policy philosophy of his rival for the nomination. The governor added in a speech to the Connecticut state gop convention at Hartford a 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 pts it ple that it does not oppose social Security the United nations human rights and a sane nuclear swept tinier Rug Scranton asserted that the party s a heritage of dynamic conservatism has been twisted into a cruel misunderstanding of How the american Economy Scranton who flew to Hartford with his wife Mary and two of his four children told several traps for the purpose i the Connecticut republicans of detecting the presence of we have now reached the stage on the Road to san Francisco where not Only Candor hut our party a future Well being demands that we frankly put out in the open some disturbing elements that have too Long Len swept untied the Scranton 46, w to served one term As a congressman before becoming governor in 1962, jumped into the gop preside a tial race Friday in a speech to Maryland republicans. He also is in quest of Connecticut s 16gop convention delegates. Halted too la gang but Many Republican leaders asked i essence a Wix re we As Scranton earlier and a Rockefeller supporter remarked tartly a Scranton and others like him sat on their hands too there was certainly no sign i in an associated press Survey of party leaders of any break in the ranks of Gok water Back a Era after Scranton s announce ment Friday. Those who cheered the governor s leap into the race were previously uncommitted or were backing candidates other than Goldwater. Few seemed to think the Scranton bid would deprive Liol Dwater erf the nomination. Scranton received a warm sendoff from Many Republican leaders including former presi to ident Dwight d. Eisenhower and the target of his new adventure sen. Goldwater Goldwater called Scraff min one of the outstanding governors in the Eisenhower who had urged an a open convention and indicated differ place traps for japanese beetles airs nip m w i rpm m Hawh it hav it German communist party no quot a it quot it a ltd i the state deportment of agr nil i tune and he a . Deri rement of but Western experts Herr note agr culture. Can h. Kim. That it contains a n of Tocmo 11, of Niue cent it Miil a ctr West Berlin which could spec trouble if not a crisis in tax japanese Beetle is a 1 destructive inject which attacks a it ome Field fruits shrubs i Trees ornamental shrubs and i i Flowers. The traps Bright yellow in color Ctm it is of a baffle plate i funnel arrangement with a Eon Tamer pm catching the beetles 1 aromatic oils Are used to at tract the insects. The traps Are Hung on five a foot nexis placed in the a were placed list inspectors one trap was pieced at tax cd resum Airport and others were i ice along the Burlington Railroad right of Way. The inspectors explained that the japanese Boek a Are a hitch hikers a on planes trains automobiles and tricks from me ded areas. The japanese Beetle was accidentally into sliced into the United states at Riverton n j., prior to 1916. It has become established in much of the northeastern i Art of the Montiy. Isolated infest the a have Lieen found m recent years m Sev eral upper Mississippi River Valley states. Cooperative eradication efforts by the state and Federal Deikis Ruments of agriculture Stop pen the spread of the insect m 1 an infested area son. The about d fort Madi fences with Goldwater Welkom to fanese Beetle spends eco tax entry of gov. Scranton it months of the year As a whom i have Long made available for president publican candidate for governor. Loaded with carnival equipment. Johnson. Was scheduled to speak to the i White said the truck ran out of there is no present indication1 cyclists tonight. J Gas and stalled on the Highway How soon Johnson will use the about 50 teams from 21 Iowa the rear of the trailer extend Lincoln Continental which now cities plan to Start the trip Sun de about two feet across the Flint. Mich. Or a a my weighs More than five tons in Day. They Hope to arrive in Center line House has been an in eluding 1.600 pounds of steel Dallas in time for the Jaycees White said he was putting out Ignant caller told the Genesee plating. National convention. Flares but had not had time to county sheriffs office Friday. Because of the added weight get them in place and lighted sure enough the four room from the eight pane thick Glass Frame House in grand Blanc and heavy steel plating the township purchased by Floyd t horse Power has been stepped Ray was missing. I up from 275 to 500. The car has not Only was the 24-by-24 foot puncture proof tires Home gone but so was its foun like All cars assigned to the Dation. And the septic tank and White House the Lincoln con property had been graded Over mental is leased not owned. Ray said he last visited the the secret service pays $500 a army port place two weeks ago. Year for using it. Moines. Injuries fatal Des Moines a Westerhausen. 52. Of Des Moines died last night of injuries a suffered May 20 when his motorcycle collided with a car at Southw est 12th Street and Road in South Des claims West Berlin insistence by the East germans pm checking Allied military personnel Coull Lead to a serious confrontation of military forces similar to Uno three years ago. The soviet Union anti East Germany accused the West today of stirring up trouble in West Berlin and warned that a serious complications a it of the situation in Western Europe the left front end and left could the the result Side of the car were damaged a joint communique issued in there was re it damage to the ugh in the soil feeding on the list Scranton received any Nch of grasses. It emerges in. Thing but Good wishes from for Early june a an Oval it hire mtg a vice president Richard m. Metallic Green Beetle about one Nixon. Nixon had urged some half Inch Long. With cookery one get in the ring with Gold Brown wings. Six patches of White hairs present each Suk and toward the Back of the body just under the edges of the wings Aid materially in Ridenti water. And he declared Friday night that Scranton had a a fighting but Nixon said that the governor gave a a very weak and when Gentry s car. South Blind Skles wiped the rear of the Trail Eph or. Flying the inject. As an adult it unfortunate impression on Tel feeds extensively on leaves vision last sunday after receive Flowers and fruits of various ing a Telephone Call from Eisen plants. Hower advising him not to enter in my be who limits n any Cabal against any Cauli suspected of being a Jap truck and trailer. The truck was driven away after Gas was put in the tank Ami Gentry s car also was driven away. Moscow after the Depa ure of Ulbricht also dammed that West Berlin a has never Beicht aged Ami cannot belong to West Ger con turned on Page 5 insect amese Beetle should report it to the county Extension director or to the state entomologist at the i it Ava i department of agriculture. Nines. Date meaning Goldwater Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on the program but he fold friends the phone Call left him Uncertain and shaken
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