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Daily Journal (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Fergus Falls, Minnesota The weather occasional cooler sunday Fergus Falls daily journal 91 years of Public service 90 140 eight pages Fergus 56537 june 1964 single copy established 1873 state gop wont vote endorsement Paul if Minnesota neither the Goldwater nor republicans appeared ready to Start the Healing process at the Windup of their state convention today by avoiding a fight Over endorsement of a presidential forces of Barry Goldwa Ter suffered a double setback Friday As the convention rejected four Goldwater choices for the 10member National Delegate slate and ordered a 60 per cent requirement for Goldwater leaders indicated this Forenoon they would not try for an we Are interested in party Unity and in winning the election in novem said Clifton White of new a Goldwater Field Eugene state chair Man of the Walter Judd favorite son said his group would not seek endorsement in Goldwater forces Goldwater supporters had bid for official endorsement by a 50 per cent vote but lost in a some times bitter floor fight with forces seeking an uncommitted delegation backing Walter former Judd Camps had said for cer Tain whether an endorsement Resolution would a candidate is states a Large be i the reds build forces near Plain of jars by Tony Escoda Laos Iff Indi cations of a communist buildup for a possible attack on the Neu Tralis stronghold of Muong Soui in North Central Laos were re ported today by Western Mili tary a Patchet lao attack on Muong Soui had been expected since the fall of two other Neu Tralis positions earlier this Muong Soui straddles a vital Highway leading from the com munis controlled Plaine Des 110 Miles North of Vien the main body of Neutra lists under general Kong be Are deployed in positions South of Muong it did not appear Kong be was reinforcing his to 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 re earlier american photographic flights had spotted convoys from North Viet Nam into path it lao t Duluth Solon is committed if Mer state Richard for Fer Friday was ordered to be committed to a mental institution after breaking Proba Tion in connection wit i a morals he was ordered transferred to a mental clinic at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis at a Louis county probate court Ferrario had been placed on probation for three years May 4 when he pleaded guilty in to a morals charge involving a 16yearold Superior he had gone to the University clinic for psychiatric treatment voluntarily but left without per Mission and was taken into Cus Tody at Superior last a school married and the father of was elected to the state sen ate in 1958 and reelected in Ethel Kennedy plans visit to Pope Paul Rome Ethel wife of Robert arrived Friday with three of her children for a weeks she May be received by Pope Paul i in Pri vate she is the guest of ambassador and Frederick her plans include a trip to a resort South of cent elected Public officials would be found to the endorsed candidate on the first ballot a san among the delegates elected Friday was former Elmer who was a Specia target of Goldwater forces be cause of his support for a favor Itenson also up for endorsement to Day were candidates for Senate and Railroad and Ware House Wheelock Whitney Lias the Field alone in the Senate while the gop had to decide Between former Minneapolis mayor Peter son and Arthur Hanson for the a rec also elected delegates Friday were four top party offi cers and four gop Congress the delegates elected Anc their votes Ancher Albert rep Odin Clark National committeeman George state chair Man Robert 814 state chair Wom 777 Andersen 761 and Russell National commit failing to make the but of 10 were Art Ogle of 686 state Donald 627 William my a National Goldwater 626 and Cliff Owatonna Busi Nessman and Goldwater finance Only two of the 10 a Large delegates Are officially commit with Andersen and Judd backing the others Are officially under convention rules the convention May at its session saturday today May by a 60 per cent vote endorse a candidate for if this All the a Large delegates except the congressmen As elected pub Lic will be required to vote for the endorsed candidate on the first ballot at the National until and unless an endorse ment Resolution is the 26member Minnesota Dele a which includes 16 District delegates elected will line up this Way eleven eight seven of the Judd three have said they will vote for William Scranton of Pennsyl Vania on the second supporters of both Goldwater and Judd said they were Uncer Tain whether they would submit t alternate gop delegates listed Paul i Here Are he alternate delegates Large named Friday night by the Minnesota Republican six considered supporters of Barry Goldwater Are Wil Liam state Goldwater chairman Daniel Leader of the National Goldwater movement de Owatonna William new Ulm Don Waseca state Alf chosen from the Walter Judd slate were state Henry Wayzata John Paul Mary Arden and Lucien they like Cuba americans sneak visit Havana w destruction of the government is advocated by four negro students among 73 americans visiting Cuba in Defiance of state department a statement denouncing the North american racist govern ment was issued by the it we realize the United states government is the big Gest farce in history and must be six others in the group which arrived Friday by Way of Are a 23yearold new de identified himself As the groups Leader and a com he distributed a statement de Claring we have different Rea sons for coming to but we Are United in our opposition to our governments efforts to prevent United states citizen from travelling to the 73 circumvented restrictions on cuban travel by obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and Prague be fore flying to Lemansky said members were from the United states am puerto the 49 men ant 23 planned a two month stay in in the stale department said Only that Learned the group was in route to Cuba and notified embassies in Paris and Prague but the word was too late for the embassies to reach Hie Stu dents and warn them of the consequences of a visit to Cuba officials Minneapolis youth killed in crash another Young Driver died Fri raising Minnesota 1964 traffic toll to 317 compared with 289 on this Date one year he was Richard whose car was in a collision with another Auto at a Minneapolis at Arthur was killed late Friday when crushed by a truck he was try ing to the Accident occurred on the firms and will not count As a state traffic he is survived by his wife and two t vietnamese attack reds South Viet Nam will keep that area As soon As they build up again we will Burn it the speaker was a senior officer of the american special studying reports of a renewed communist Viet Cong buildup in a Supply area near the cambodian the re Gion was left soldering and Barren in a scorched Earth operation last both american and vietnamese special forces men participated in the sweep along the Vico Oriental River that winds Down into the heart of the me Kong River Delta from cambo it is a key Viet Cong Supply reports received in Saigon show that the Viet Cong Are re building thatched Homes and storehouses razed last tons of Rice burned and then Ossed into the River is drying along a River Bank As the Viet Cong attempt to Salvage some of Sampan traffic has resumed along the River but the River boats flee into Jungle cover when planes come the Saigon government is making it Clear it will strike again into the River Region in the near the special forces tend to use the same prop Anda devices that persuaded 300 peasant families minus a bands to accept govern ment offers of every life interviewed said her Hus Jand was with the Viet a reported 60 per cent of the population of the River Region in Western Tay Ninh province left in american helicopters for re they have moved nto strategic hamlets and Are icing fed by the Aid mis special forces sources report hat pictures of contented Sel lers Are being pasted on propaganda pamphlets dropped into he House to accept revised rights Bill Humphrey Washington a sen Hubert Senate floor manager for the Ciu rights said today there is an excellent Chance the House will accept the version the sen ate is working on and i am Humphrey said in an interview there will be no further changes of any if the Minnesota Democrat is Correct on both once the Bill is passed by the Senate Anc the House it can go directly to president Johnson to be signed into if the House does not accept the Senate changes the Bill will go to a conference committee to resolve differences in the versions passed by the House 10 and by the the result could be de Lay or even we have been in the closest consultation with House and we feel the Bill As it now stands is acceptable to Humphrey he also expressed Confidence the Bill will get to Johnson be fore Congress quits for the re publican National which opens july 13 in san i Hope the president can sign it on the fourth of giving a Brand new meaning to that Humphrey House leaders privately agree that action can be completed before the convention but for this to they the Senate must pass the Bill next Humphrey said the Senate and he predicted final action will come by wednes indications that Humphrey May be right came before the Senate adjourned Friday when Allen announced hearings on a food stamp Bill would open thurs there had been an agreement these sessions would begin As soon As the civil rights Bill was out of the Humphrey the minnesotan said action on amendments to the Bill under imposed by the Senate has been faster than each senator now is limited to one hour of speaking time on the Bill and All the Senate is in session today As the leaders try to push the Bill Friday 11 changes proposed by southerners were rejected and two minor accepted by the Bills were agreed to by voice will seek gop nomination Scranton embarks on Lincoln Ian crusade Washington Siu ivc William Scranton embarked today on what he depicts As a Linco Nimi crusade to Rescue the Republican party nomination Friday and received a warm Sam off from Many Republican including former president Dwight Eisenhower and the target of from the Goldwater conserva1 his new Barry Tim he sees As gop defeat in Scranton declared himself in the running for the party pres Goldwater of Goldwater called Scranton one of the outstanding Gover nors in the who had urged an open con fight 1 have been in always has governor William Scranton of Pennsylvania announced his candidacy for the gop presidential nomination yesterday As his wife Mary a wire photo Scranton is party leaders say Washington a William Scranton sudden decision to Challenge bar by Goldwater for the Republic can1 presidential nomination not leaders across the but including foes of wondered if the gov move want too in essence they where was Scranton earlier and a Rockefeller supporter remarked Scranton and others like him sat on their lands too there was certainly no sign n an associated press Survey of party leaders of any break in the ranks of Goldwater Back ers after Scran Lons announce ment those who cheered the governors leap into the race were previously uncommitted or were lacking candidates other than typical of those who have Leen supporting Goldwater was Tennessee gop chairman Harry Carbaugh who i per orally am standing foursquare Vith it appears to lie that a group in the Reubi an party feels that they want o control the nomination and ave talked Scranton into coming an Active his last minute Effort to deny Goldwater the nomination i feel s Michigan on the other welcomed Scran tons state Par by Chai Onan Arthur Elliott it creates a genuinely open George who flirted with the idea of running said Michigan 48vote Conven Tion delegation will remain in Buttie left no doubt he would consider Scranton an presidential Norn acceptable new York Assembly speaker Joseph a supporter of Nelson called Scranton statement excellent but this in no Way will change my position or the position of the new York delegation to continue in sup port of Mark chairman of the Oregon delegation committed to Rockefeller on the first welcomed Scran tons announcement because it assures an open convention in san even some Goldwater Happy with their leaders big Lead in nevadas Paul Laxalt i think its a tremendously Ood it will make for a spirited open but Many questioned the Tim ing or the Molive of Scran Lons splintered communist world inevitable next move is up to says Nikita by William Ryan a special correspondent Nikita Khrushchev seems about ready to admit that the soviet chinese split is unbridgeable in the foreseeable and that a splintered communist world is Khrushchev concedes there is an estrangement not Only be tween the chinese and soviet communist but also be tween the peking and Moscow Khrushchev the chinese whether there will be a move toward re Concilia displaying Little Hope that leaves it up to there will he virtually apologizes to the rest of the communist world for the current state of Khrushchev interpolated in fridays speech about the East German soviet Friend ship indicated a pro found weariness Wilh the whole chinese they seemed the words of a Man caught in an impossible squeeze Between the pressures in the soviet Union for economic advancement and the pressures of world communism for More aggressive sex Khrushchev seems to it will not be his fault but be one should says thru allow the spread of ideological differences to inter governmental since this ultimately weakens the position of world socialism and plays into the hands of Imper we believe that even today the Road is not closed for the normalization of soviet chinese including government Al All that is required is Good will and awareness of Ary our parly will constantly guide itself by this it seems Likely Moscow con siders red China effectively out Side the soviet bloc of the soviet newspaper Izvestia acc Nelly quoted marshal Chen red chivas foreign minis As describing China As a nonaligned Izvestia added that politically speak this Means Chen i no longer considers China part of the world socialist communist the break has done enormous ones supreme duty to ones harm to the world communist if there is no j to the entire revolution1 and Khrushchev a russian Middle thinks of Comfort seems to want to escape the red chinese accuse Khrushchev of going of Cal ring to class which and individual happiness before world Khrushchev insists he is just As ardently for world revolution As the but he reflects the soviet Peoples own aspirations when he says people around the world would hardly follow a communist government people have no Trou whose that the its Trou Sers or world mention and indicated differences with welcomed the entry of whom i have Long but Scranton received any thing but Good wishes from for Mer vice president Richard Nixon had urged some one get in the ring with Goltl and he declared Friday night that Scranton fighting but Nixon said that the Gover nor gave a very weak and unfortunate impression on television last sunday after receiving a Telephone Call from Eisenhower advising Liim nol to enl i any Cabal against any Candi meaning Scranton reportedly was read to announce his candidacy on the program but he told friends the phone Call left him Uncer Tain and of this Nixon said if a Man receives a Telephone Call Anc changes his he int very Strong Hes got to make his own decisions and nol appear to be a puppet Maneu Vered by someone described by various pundits As the Hamlet of har Risburg because of his previous solved his to run 01 not to run dilemma and Gal loped into the gop presidential contest Friday in spectacular he waved his Shook every hand within reach at the Maryland stale Conven Tion in Baltimore and turned out polished phrases attacking Goldwater As a Neo neanderthal Type who offers Only a weird parody to traditional Republican to make up for lost Scranton sets off today in quest of flying to Hartford to address the Connecticut state Republican he has a lot of catching up to Wilh the convention open ing one month Scranton has Only 92 delegates to Gold Waters 574 with 655 needed for How anyone could close that chasm was something Par professionals new York Nelson who has found him self fighting it out alone with said he was glad to see Scranton joining the Battle to give our party a but there was a feeling among Many parly including Liliose who oppose Goldwa that Scranton waited Loo the time is too Short and Goldwater Lead too and who is Scran tons commanding officer in an air Force Reserve unit in Wash said the governor will live to wage a vigor Ous Campaign to convince Dele ates pledged to me that it would be a mistake to stay Wilh it will be a Tough mused it is too ate replied Scranton at a news conference we will wait and see about that the Pennsylvania governor said lie has no illusions about he difficulties in his last hour contest against i think this will be a Strong Uphill he i dont deny this for a every he conceded the hour is late and that Republican moderates have waited dangerously Long to Call upon our party upon its and upon its i share the and i admit with others of our leaders who until now have failed to he the thinking among the professional politicians was that if Scranton could gain the gop he would offer opposition to president Johnson in the key big elec tora Vole states of the East than Goldwater would k it k Goldwater vote count reaches Washington a Barry Goldwater Delegate to Tal for the Republican National convention is continuing to swell despite Pennsylvania Liam Scranton entry into the contest for the party presidential the Arizona senator has s74 first ballot just 81 Short of the 655 needed to according to the associated press Survey of another g4 delegates were be ing chosen at Republican conventions today in new Idaho and Vir the a based on Pri Mary election instructions or state gives this first bal breakdown Barry Goldwater s74 Nelson Rockefeller 131 William Scranton 92 Henry Cabot Lodge 46 Margaret Chase Smith 15 Richard Nixon 14 favorite sons 110 uncommitted 217 the Connecticut state gop convention at Hartford was expected to include four pro Gold water delegates in its 16mem bar Scranton addresses the convention today in his first speech since he announced his Virginia republicans Are choosing 10 a Large delegates to o Wilh 20 District two District delegates favourable to Goldwater were picked Fri bringing his total to Goldwater May get a solid bloc of 14 delegates in Idaho to he is also expected to gel a considerable share of new mex icon 14 red Viet Cong mines kill South Viel Nam 3v communist Viet Cong mines de ailed three trains and blew up to trucks Friday killing six the ministry of defense it was one of the busiest Days or Viet Cong saboteurs along in 600 mile Saigon Uang Tri Railroad South Viet name Only North South rail government forces filled 13 Viel Cong 120 Miles Southwest of Saigon Friday Hen a government unit clashed a Viel Cong Force near inti Loi in a Xuyen the United slates has set up communications unit manned y a Small Contin genl of Larince in Quang Cri province ear the Borders of Laos and Lom Munsil North Viel an Merican military spokesman the spokesman said the alar pcs arc performing internal be duties connected Willi the Ike hails Scranton wont endorse in for Mer president Dwight Eisen Hower says he welcomes the entry of William Scranton into the contest for the Republican presidential but he declined to commit himself when four Pennsylvania legislators asked him to endorse the Olio listened to Scranton declare himself a candidate on the issued a saying in my fair and Active Competition among party personalities is not Divi Sive to the is Good for the health and vigor of the it is in this conviction that t Welcome the entry of whom i have Long and into the contest for the presidential nomination of the Republican t the weather Fergus Falls area occasional cloudiness and cooler tonight and Low tonight High Friday 81 overnight Low 52 at 8 at noon 70 precipitation 24 hours ending today temperatures one year ago maximum minimum 56

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