Dixon Evening Telegraph in Dixon, Illinois
13 Jun 1964

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13 Jun 1964

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Dixon Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Dixon, Illinois Weather partly Cloudy tonight with scattered thundershowers. Sunday mostly Cloudy turning Nuder with thundershowers. Low tonight in the mid kids. Dixon evening Telegraph serving the heart of Rock River Valley or More than a Century quotable beware How you give any edged tool unto a Young child and unto a fool. A William Wager dial 282-1111 114th year number 140 Dixon Illinois saturday june 13, 1964 to pages Price ten cents gov. Scranton embarks on gop crusade newsroom notes advances in medical practice improvements in environmental sanitation and a Rise in general standards of living have helped to increase the longevity of Middle aged people in most areas of the world according to statisticians of a life insurance company. On the basis of a recent study on expectation of life in 51 countries the statisticians found that the greatest gains in expectation of life for people at age 45 occurred in areas which previously had the least favourable experience. This was True in puerto Rico for example where the remaining lifetime at age 45 Rose from 24.7 years in 1939-41 to 31.9 years in 1960, an increase of More than seven years within two decades. Almost As dramatic was the Progress in Spain we Here life expectancy Rose from 24 2 years in 1940 to 30.2 years in 1960, or at a rate of 0.3 years per annul. Similar gains also were experienced in Venezuela Mexico Ceylon and Guatemala. India was a notable exception to the general pattern the statisticians said. In that country the Rise in expectation of life at age 45 averaged less than one tenth of a year annually Over the 20-year period since 1921-31. Progress has also been relatively slow in the United states where remaining lifetime at age 45 Rose from 26.9 years in 1939-41 to 29.6 years in 1962, an increase of Little More than one tenth of a year per annul. Such Small gains were recorded also i most of the european countries and in new zealand and Canada the statisticians noted. Although the International differences in survival after midlife have diminished since world War ii the Range still is w de. According to the latest available data the expectation of life at age 45 ranges from a Low of about 18 years in India to a High of 32 years in Norway. Near the top of the list Are puerto Rico the Netherlands Sweden and Israel where the remaining lifetime of midlife is at least 31 years. In Canada the current figure is 30.7 years the same As that in the soviet Union. At the other extreme Are the countries where expectation of life at age 45 is Only a Little above India s. In such widely separated areas As the Congo. Greenland and Thailand the average still is under 24 years or Well below the figure for the United states a Century ago the statisticians said. Washington 01 suave gov. William w. Scranton embarked today on what he depicts As a Lincoln Ian crusade to Rescue the Republican party from the Coldwater conservatism he sees As threatening a gop defeat in november. Scranton declared himself in the running for the party a presidential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from Many Republican leaders including former president Dwight d. Eisenhower and the target of his new adventure sen. Barry Coldwater of Arizona. Coldwater called Scranton a one of the outstanding governors in the a 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 anything but Good wishes from former vice president Richard m. Nixon. Nixon had urged someone get in the ring with Coldwater. And he declared Friday night that Scranton had a a fighting but Nixon said that the governor gave a a very weak and unfortunate impression on television last sunday after receiving a Telephone Call from Eisenhower advising him not to enter any Cabal against any Candi Date meaning Coldwater. Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on the program but he told friends the phone Call left him Uncertain and shaken. Of this Nixon said a if a Man receives a Telephone 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 various pundits As the a Hamlet of Harrisburg because of his previous indecision solved his a to run or not to run dilemma and galloped into the gop presidential contest Friday 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 neanderthal Type who offers Only a a weird parody to traditional Republican beliefs. To make up for lost time Scranton sets off today in quest of delegates. Flying to Hartford to address the Connecticut state Republican convention. This Flag which we Honor and under which we serve is the Emblem of our Unity our Power our thought and purpose of a nation. It has no other character than that which we give it from generation to generation. The choices Are ours. It floats in Majestic silence above the hosts that execute those choices whether in peace or in War. And yet though silent it Speaks to us Speaks to us of the past of the men and women who went before us and of the records they wrote upon it Quot we celebrate the Day of its birth and from its birth until now it has witnessed a great history has floated on High the Symbol of great events of a great Pion of life worked out by a great people. Quot a a a Woodrow Wilson flog Day june 14, 1917 a a a a a a a a West need i worry about pact Erhard saboteurs Santo Domingo dominican Republic fat a a member of the dominican republics ruling Junta has expressed belief that pro Castro saboteurs caused the ammunition dump explosions that killed 9 persons and injured 111 Here. Three youths Are killed grinding crash near in Hinckley Hinckley a three youths were killed and three Are listed in a a fair condition today with undetermined injuries in the Sandwich Hospital following a two car Accident on the Somonauk Blacktop one mile South of it. 30, at 6 40 p m. Friday. George t. Lowery 20, and Weslie k. Anderson. 20, both of Seneca. Died shortly after their arrival at the Hospital. Roberta Frey 19, Dekalb died at 4 20 a m. Today in the hos he has a lot of catching up to do. With the convention opening one month away Scranton has Only 92 delegates to Goldwater s 574 with 635 Pital. Needed for nomination. J Bennie Hal 21 Hinckley Driver How anyone could close that chasm j of one of the cars Mary Michl was something party professionals Hinckley a passenger in the Hall answer. Vehicle and George k. Brewe 21, new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller who has found himself fighting it out alone with Coldwater said he was glad to see Scranton a joining the Battle to give our party a but there was a feeling among Many party pros. Including those who oppose Coldwater that the time is too Short and Goldwater s Lead too Long. Marseilles Driver of the other car. Are hospitalized. Miss Frey a passenger in the Hall vehicle and Lowery and Anderson were passengers in the Brewe car. According to state police the Hall car southbound attempted to pass a Auto. When Hall saw the approaching Brewe car he swerved Back into his Lane losing control of the car police said. The car then crossed Back Over the Center line into the students visiting Cuba denounce . Government left Lane hitting the Brewe car head on state police said. Damage to the Hall vehicle was estimated at 400 and to the Brewe vehicle at $3,500. State police Are still investigating the Accident. Oregon a a one car Accident occurred at 5 15 a m. Today on it. 64, four Miles East of Here. A car driven by Ozel Taylor 34, Chicago westbound went off the right shoulder then out of control and bounced across a drainage ditch overturning in a Field. State police said. The Driver was ticketed for no operators License and illegal registration. Damage was estimated at $500. Walnut a two Harmon residents were involved in a two car Accident on the Walnut Blacktop foul Miles North of it. 92. At 3 p m. Friday. According to slate police a westbound car driven by Henry Dinning 65, was struck in the right Side by a southbound car driven by Margaret Kaiser 49. Dimmig was arrested for failure to yield the right of Way. Damage was estimated at $500 to the Dimmig car and at $350 to the other vehicle. News in Brief Moscow a East German communist Leader Walter Ulbricht flew Home today carrying a new Friendship treaty with the soviet Union. Premier Khrushchev bidding Farewell to Ulbricht said a it is very difficult to overestimate the importance of this Havana Jim destruction of the . Government is advocated by four negro students among 73 americans visiting Cuba in Defiance of state department restrictions. A statement denouncing the a North american racist government was issued by the four. It added. A we realize the United states government is the biggest farce in history and must be six others in the group which arrived Friday by Way of Prague Czechoslovakia Are negroes. A 23-year-old new yorker Edle Mansky identified himself As the group s Leader and a communist. Flug Day june 14 he distributed a statement declaring a we have different reasons for coming to Cuba but we Are United in our opposition to our government a efforts to prevent United states citizens from travelling to the four negroes identified themselves As Ernest Allen 21, Oakland calif., a student at the University of California at Berkeley Luke Tripp 23. Detroit student at Wayne state Charles Berrard 24, los Angeles student at los Angeles City College and Ron Redford 26, St. Louis architectural craftsman. The 73 circumvented . Restrictions on cuban travel by obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and Prague before flying to Havana. Lemansky said members were from the United states and puerto Rico. The americans 49 men and 23 women planned a two month stay in Cuba. In Washington the state department said Only that it 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 the students and warn them of the consequences of a visit to Cuba officials said. A warm greeting was staged for the americans by representatives of the cuban foreign ministry and student communist leaders. Flowers were presented to every american. Lemansky told newsmen the trip was arranged by the student committee for travel to Cuba. The organization sponsored a similar trip to Cuba last year by 59 american students. He said the cuban federation of University students was paying the groups expenses. Sunny warm in Illinois Chicago in a it was sunny and warm today in Illinois Writh some scattered thundershowers expected. Temperatures were in the 80s. After a change tonight into the 60s, cooler temperatures were expected sunday. Some rainfall was measured in most of Illinois Friday. Nearly one Inch fell at Belleville. Early morning temperatures ranged from 62 at Quincy to 69 at Belleville and Chicago 69. Vientiane Laos in a indications of a communist buildup 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 to Miles North of Vientiane. Friday killing six persons the ministry of defense announced. It was one of the busiest Days for Viet Cong saboteurs along the 600 mile Saigon Wang Tri Railroad line South Viet Nam s Only North South rail link. London in a Queen Elizabeth ii marked her official 38th birthday today with the traditional trooping the color ceremony at a horse guard Parade near Buckingham Palace. The color trooped today was that of the 1st battalion of the Coldstream guards who leave next month for a tour of duty in Germany. Saigon Softli Viet Nam in a communist Viet Cong mines derailed three trains and blew up two trucks Seoul Korea in a red forces poised North of the demilitarized zone in divided Korea began a significant military moves during the recent student demonstrations in the South says president Chung Hee Park. A fall enemy aircraft were grounded see news Page 4 Washington West German f Chancellor Ludwig Erhard goes Home i tonight after agreeing with president j Johnson that the West need not worry about the soviet East German Friendship treaty. The pact the .s.r. And her satellite signed in Moscow Friday aroused Sharp interest in Washington but created no new crisis Gorman sources declared. In fact state department experts were inclined to regard the treaty As a defeat for Walter Ulbricht East German communist Leader and chief of state. He is understood to have asked for a separate a peace treaty a which the West firmly opposes and got instead a pact with a lofty title but Little substance. Friday night at a dinner in the White House Rose Garden Johnson and Erhard exchanged Champagne toasts to continuing Friendship deepening understanding and cooperation. After his meeting with Johnson six months ago at the lbs ranch Erhard said some people referred to their Accord As a honeymoon that would fade. A i think the honeymoon b Over now a Erhard said. A we have reached the state of marriage but based on Trust on Johnson declared there can be no lasting peace in Europe until Germany is United a in peace and but he said the United states and her allies a shall work to open new avenues of bade and we shall work to build new Bridges of ideas toward the East to improve relations to Lessen tension to enhance the prospects of All of us living in this world with As for the soviet fast German treaty. Erhard said there is nothing alarming in it but he asked for vigilance and reconfirm Adon of the Western position. A communique issued at the White House by Johnson and Erhard Friday gave this reconfirmation in unmistakable terms. The treaty it said does not affect the rights on the three Western Powers or a modify the obligations and responsibilities of the soviet Union with respect to Germany and the communique also held soviet Russia a solely responsible for the consequences of any attempt at interference with Allied rights that might result from implementation of the new though this was firm language american and German diplomats said they do not expect Moscow to use the treaty As a pretext to new trouble in Berlin. Secret agent James Bond in wrong Job new York of in Ian Fleming mystery fiction James Bond Ace British secret agent bears the code number 007, identifying him As an agent authorized to kill in the line of duty. In the . Army everyone also has a Job code number his mos military occupation specially. Pfc. John Sharpe of Montgomery ala., stationed at it. Totten Here wondered what the army meaning of 007 is and looked it up. Its a woman a army corps Basic trainee. Humphrey says House May accept the present Bill where to find local area news. Page 4 society news. Page 5 editorial features Page 6 7 Washington 01 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 working 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 the Senate and the House concurs. It can go directly to president Johnson to be signed into Law. However 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 feb. To and by the Senate. The result could be delay or even stalemate. A we have been in the closest consultation with House leaders and we feel Hie 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 Francsico. 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 this to happen they say the Senate must pass the Bill next week. Humphrey said the Senate would and he predicted final action will come by wednesday. Indications that Humphrey May be night came before the Senate adjourned Friday when sen. Mien j. Ellender d-la., announced hearings on a food stamp Bill would open thursday. There had been an agreement these sessions would begin As soon As the civil rights Bill was out of the Way Humphrey said. The minnesotan said action on amendments to the Bill under cloture. Imposed by the Senate wednesday has been faster than expected. Each senator now is limited to one hour of speaking time on tile Bill and All amendments. The Senate is in session today As the leaders try to push the Bill along. Friday la changes proposed by southerners were rejected and two minor changes accepted by the Bill a managers were agreed to by voice vote. Coldwater total is swelling Washington 01 sen. Barry 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 s presidential nomination. The Arizona senator has 574 first ballot votes just 81 Short of the 655 needed to nominate according to the associated press Survey of delegates. Another 64 delegates were being chosen at Republican conventions today in Connecticut new Mexico Idaho and Virginia. The a poll based on primary election commitments pledges instructions or state preference gives this first ballot breakdown Barry Coldwater 574 Nelson a. Rockefeller 131 William w. Scranton 92 Henry Cabot Lodge 46 Margaret Chase Smith is Richard m. Nixon 14 favorite sons 110 uncommitted 217 the Connecticut state gop convention at Hartford was expected to include four pro Goldwater delegates in its 16-member delegation. Gov. Scranton addresses the convention today in his first speech since he announced his candidacy. Virginia republicans Are choosing to at Large delegates to go with 20 District delegates. Two District delegates favourable to Coldwater were picked Friday bringing his total to 19. Coldwater May get a solid bloc of 14 delegates in Idaho today. He is also expected to get a considerable share of new Mexico a 14 delegates. Fourteen of Maryland a 20 delegates remained uncommitted after hearing Scranton announced his candidacy at the state convention at Baltimore. Five support Coldwater and one backs new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller. Illinois gof chiefs surprised Chicago a three top Illinois republicans have indicated Surprise at the entry of Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton into the Gap presidential race but repeated that they Haven to changed their minds about the candidacy. Charles h. Percy Republican candidate for Illinois governor reiterated Friday his intention to support the nominee of the Illinois National convention delegation. A today s change in tile National Republican picture will not alter the position i have maintained for the past nine months a Percy said. A i am a team Percy and sen. Everett m. Dirk sen Are co chairmen of the Illinois delegation. A Milf that Scranton a move will stabilize sen. Barry Goldwater s Illinois strength at its present level was expressed by Victor l. Smith gop state chairman. He estimated the Arizona sen a tors support at 44 of the 56-member Illinois National convention delegation. Before Goldwater s California primary Victory he had 35 delegates Smith said. U. S. Rep. Edw Ard j. Derwinski of South Holland. Goldwater a Illinois Campaign chairman also said he believes Scranton a move will not materially change Goldwater a Illinois support. Delegates not for Coldwater probably Are supporting former vice president Richard m. Nixon he said

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