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13 Jun 1964

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13 Jun 1964

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Doylestown Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Doylestown, Pennsylvania Weather considerable Cloud i n e s a quite warm and humid today with occasional showers and some scattered thundershowers into Early tonight partial Clearing later tonight reclining fair and less humid sunday with seasonable temperatures. But turning cooler later in the Day and at night. High today Well into the 80s. A by laity a a newspaper for every member of the family Yinti find amusements. 8 Bridge. 8 Channel swirl 12 comics. 9 dear Abby. 3 editorial. 4 markets. 8 obituaries. 2 social. Sports. 10 160th year a vol. Xxvi. No. 142 Doylestown. Saturday afternoon. June 13. 1964 2 section�?22 pages 7 cents copy Bux Mon soul searching Scranton stirs gof by cart Yeske intelligencer staff writer governor William w. Scran ton s announcement that he will seek the gop presidential nomination stirred a mix reception yesterday from a number of prominent Bux Mont republicans. The Penn sch Ania governors revelation that he would oppose sen. Barry Goldwater was hailed by Gap county chair men Myron w. Harris of Bucks county and by James e. Stau Dinger of Montgomery county j although a number of others Felt that it was Quot too Little too the announcement apparently has caused some soul searching by local support Cis of Goldwater comments Here Are the comments of several republicans Harris Quot i think its wonderful that he has thrown his hat into the ring. It will give the people a real Quot without a doubt i think a Man of that Caliper always has a Good Chance he s a Good moderate and Many Goldwater people could follow him without any trouble at All a staudinger Quot i be always urged his candidacy and i am delighted that he s in the race. I have never met a Man equal in sincerity and Quality lies remarkable however his chances would lie a lot better if he bad started William j Veitch or. Conn to Register of wills and a former assistant Gap chairman Quot it s a matter of too Little too late. I feel that he should have entered the race before the California primary where Goldwater edged Rockefeller to become the candidate to beat a not Anli Goldwater Veitch said he is pro Scran ton but not anti Goldwater. Charles Meredith 111, of Quakertown an assistant Gap chairman Quot it appears that Goldwater is going to have very Little prob Lem in getting the nomination. The Only thing that can be done is to get him to mortify is platform. Scranton waited too Long he should have announced his candidacy last november a there Are mixed reactions in the Goldwater Camp too. Mrs. William Henderson Sec retard of the Rucks county citizens for Goldwater committee Quot Ltd just too late. Nothing will Stop him Gold w Ater i now a Goldwater meeting As a matter of fact t h e Goldwater group meets today at the women Smith Home in Jamison preparing petitions to be served on the delegates to the Gap convention the petitions Call for the delegates support of the Arizona Republican. However mrs. Henderson said she Felt Scranton would make a Good running mate for Goldwater by seeking the vice president Slot. Mrs Betty Fontino of Carrell l Ane Willow Grove a Gold water supporter remarked. Quot i have a lot of soul searching to met both mrs Fontino. A school director has met the two candidates and has a High regard for both Quot personally Goldwater of Quot. Of Ospa a pcs Anton draft who inspired him firemen Battle defenders dense smoke in infant son greenhouse fire los drowned a spectacular fire in Hor ing a conveyor Belt were Alo eighteen month old Brian. A a Sham township last night Light Tai Welm the. Son of Buck. Coun governor William w. Scran cd up the skies for Miles a pickup truck stored in the to assistant Public defender ton said he meant it when he around and attracted More than area was damaged by the heat Stephen Weiss drowned yester remarked that he would con do spectators who watched and burned briefly before toe Day afternoon despite tireless Sider the Gap presidential to firemen Battle the flames firemen extinguished flames. Efforts of a neighbor and a res nomination Only through an at the am Gar greenhouses on 40-foot flames Eue squad to revive him honest draft. Apparently he w Hitler Road North of Dresh chief Salerno noted that spec a a a. Didst have to look far to finder Road. Tutors attracted by the 30 to momentarily Quot Anil. Although the origin of the 40 foot High flames swarmed &Quot&Quot/i0&Quot of h Milhor 5 among the Many hundreds fire is unknown it ran quickly Over the area from All direct u at and thousands of Pennsylvania through a one Story Frame pack Lions. I it non ans calling for their governor ing building and spread to a he said Many persons thought h thu a Hin a Quot a , a to enter the race were a num pile of Utility poles that had the fire was a crash of one of Ber of party officials in Bucks been Cut into Short lengths. The Quot flying boxcars from the and Montgomery counties. The creosote preservative in air Force Reserve base at we Richard Schweiker the orig the poles blanketed the arca in Low Grove that had been on Inal Leader of draft Scranton heavy dense Clouds of smoke night training flights in groups in Congress and in that hampered the efforts of area. Montgomery county has per the firemen who fought the tonally urged the governor to Blaze for More than three enter the race for the past hours starting at 9 20 . Several months. Ald Given received a Horsham township firemen plenty of welcomes for Scranton Well wishers May sol hell him Mach Florida 11 Vii n 11 a 111 i Wii Audij Iii Chiv Llvy a #. Slate senator Marvin v eel were joined by the Enterprise Rill of r of Newtown said he had fire co. Of Hatboro and the 111 i co be March Thomas Richie Deputy county Coroner the child had been retrieved Ujj e from the water and was being Given Mouth to Mouth resuscitation by an unidentified neighbor when the Central Bucks ambulance and Rescue unit arrived at the scene at about 2 30 . Washington Iti Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton had plenty of welcomes into the presidential sweepstakes today but there was Little evidence his Well wishers planned to help him out of the starting Gate in the race. Latest among the top republicans who hailed Scranton s entry into Tbs Field As Assurance of a Quot Clear Choice Quot Ai the party a National convention next month was former vice president Richard m. Nixon who predicted the drive for the nomination would to a Quot two Man race Between the governor and Arizona sen. Barry Goldwater. Nixon returning to this country from a trip to London sounded a dissonant note in the acclaim when he said Scranton appeared Quot vacillating and warned that he must Quot not appear to be a puppet a neutered by someone else in his Campaign. Despite statements of Welcome from republicans of every Stripe the Only Clear indications of support for Scranton came from a supporter of ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge and Rhode Island republicans. Maxwell Rabb a former Eisenhower staff member and head of a draft in Wilgo organa a lion threw his support to the Pennsylvania governor Friday after visiting the former president at his Home in Gettysburg to. And Bayard Ewing. Gap National committeeman from Rhode Island said last night to was certain 12 of the states 14 delegates would support Scranton gov Nelson Rockefeller of new York until Friday he Only serious contender besides Goldwater said he was Quot glad to see gov. Scranton s announcement that he is joining the Battle to give our party a Choice a neither Rockefeller nor Michigan gov. George Romney who has been inactive in the Campaign so far hut who is As a possible dark horse gave any indication they might lend support to Scranton in an All out Stop Goldwater drive. Romney said Only that he would try to keep his states 48 car it a Hen p in twi it Max two jailed at Bucks courthouse when me Mouth to Morith at fined for looting judge Rubin portrait presented by widow girl 14, hit by taxicab listed a fair tempts failed rescuers applied received mail from Many Penn second Al armers of Willow artificial respiration and oxygen Syl anians asking him to urge Grove in fighting the stubborn 1\/t i before reverting again to Scranton to run. Flames. Warrington and War Mouth to Mouth methods All senator Keller said that he Minster township fire firemen without Success. Spoke to Scranton in Cleve moved into Horsham and hat-1 St. Augustine. Fla. Up listed As an accidental two of five men who looted an land this week and encouraged Boro on a standby emergency a negroes today postponed fur drowning by or. Richie it was unoccupied summer Bungalow to him to enter the race. Basis. Ther racial demonstrations in the first fatal aquatic mishap of cat Ltd a Salford twp were Given county was honoured when he or. Yesterday. Sen Keller said one Horsham township to this tense and troubled City the summer season in Central Ai sentences by judge David joined it a said president judge Emanuel a in a in full Accord with his lice officer reported that the pending outcome of new Federal Bucks county. E. Grobens on Friday after they Edward g. Biester at Cere announcement. I am sure All flames were visible from pros-1 court action but militant Whites the dead boys father a re pleaded guilty to charges of Bur monies Friday when a portrait 0f the Bucks county bar As-1 Glary and larceny. 0f judge i. Ixonia Rubin was so Ciamon. Said judge Rubin on n main Street in do Yles . Committed to the county Pris presented to Bucks county to was Learned in the Law vers town yesterday afternoon. Inferno streets of the negro Section to defender within the past three on for a term of two to 23 months be Hung in the judges gallery astute and above All a Man Accordine to Doylestown Bor Horsham township fire chief night. Months a be a a so a Democrat each were Joseph r. Esposito in the courthouse. Coring to Moyie shown nor Ila l a. District judge Bryan pc candidate in the november 22> of sixth and Chestnut its and mrs. Rubin the form kl�"1 Dulc gals in Portville three and one half vowed to organize a second and can a Soho Quot j was my los away. Larger March appointed a assistant Public fourteen Vear old Nancy Lee a the judges Bench or this Many enjoyable hours Ogeth Rogers o no a cars Road fur. Long is in Quot fair condition toll Klein Quaker by doric town Hostila rr�,�?~8 cr.?"l,n Beng truck by a saw Scranton assemblyman Alan d Wil Hants or. Of Bucks county was Samuel Salerno said the Buda in Vav ,. ,lasrin1tvterin \h0 info is a a a burning inferno by. Simpson was to hear an Appeal Al econ tor the general Quot assent William Weber 21. Of Jacqueline my. P it to see Scranton in his be time the quickly arriving today by the City for injunctive m Market sts., both of Perkasie of the Jurist what Harrisburg office on thursday firemen started to fight the Powers taken away recently by y Ltd. William thinks the visit played a a 8 the judge to halt Demontra a a a a key role in the governor an Chi of Salerno who will con it a a Quot a i put pit to to i Floun cing his candidacy. Jnue o investigate the cause a a starkly dramatic new a vol to 111 Chii Quot i gave Back to him approx to l fire today reported the caper in this tourist town s of the name of innately the same speech or building and its contents include racial is approximately 300 of t j save me on the sales tax and White men and women marched Ijo unemployment compensation a a i through the darkened streets of a scheduled Bills i appealed to his con infant s death is Williams had been a holdout listed accidental on the tax and unemployment compensation Bdl before their Bucks county Coroner passage a i had people All Over the negro Section Friday night under heavy police guard. They were led by j. B Stoner of Atlanta an Arch Segre a or zionist who somehow brought Samuel Willard has listed the the first semblance of or a. Who of nun Ltd a a Ori to Tho joint re will be held monday was questioned in connection with o u ii i i Ough police the girl was a former miss judge Rubin will always rank into the widow High in this county a he said. Singer in Ier Mother s station to died sept. 18, in attendance were judges Quot Afi a headed South on n. Main fines of $100 also were imposed 1959, at the age of 59 years Edwin in Satterthwaite John Street that had stalled while state trooper John j. Flannery presented the portrait to Bucks p. Fullam Lawrence a. Mon waiting for a traffic Light at n. Of the Norristown sub station county commissioner j. Justus Roe. And Paul r. Beckert. And Union streets testified that Weber. Esposito Bodley. Chairman of the Board coming Nurr present and three others broke into the of supervisors. After the car was pushed off bungalows of William l. Bal judge Rubin became a Mem Walter a Kariyev Quot Quot Ai a a Jar be be a Roa be at Lantine. Philadelphia. Jan. 20. A it a. A Hgt a tempted to Cross the Street to ice station stepped out from waiting for the. in in iifwil., who in in Nee enl Jim it it registration for beginners in Renva ined unsolved until the past Bucks county bar feb 16 1925 h i k i try hic Light into the northbound the schools of the Centennial june 2 when some of the gang Trust was a in giant lawyer and fim land a a Ltd a Turk in the assemblage in court Jurist we Are most glad to1 police identified the taxi drive portrait in the judicial Cras Raymond Worthington 26, of judges portraits in 173 Union St Doylestown. Nancy was taken to the hos Rotunda of the judicial the courthouse a was found dead in his crib by Many who had been seen Amacki he others their at painted judge Quot Rubint like Russ Only 1 fron0�?T who had served Camel s he added Williams and three other As his parents at to . Yester forefront can nuts on a # two inspired i Fly. Of strife when be on Enn a elementary school tourneys asked for leniency hut 1956 to 1959 As a Pital by the o. P. James memorial ambulance. She suffer is Given subpoena g in a a a Sente de the downtown Centennial Road. Warminster wis leu a wrist attorney Phipp a Quot my Quot pho�?~<>8rp, judge when he was taken ill cd head injuries and Scalp Lac arca two nights this week v Joseph Hart elementary detailed pointed out that Bur Rel 1 or tester said , 0, pet Sarasit rations. Negroes earlier had staged c a a. I Ane warming Ary is a be ony and the Twila , Al every o marches one inst at dark la eve Park Kle montary Shou,4 by Scal l0 jail one had for judge is bes add ointment a ssh on the old slave Market the others under arrest for in that example of presidential appointment negroes earlier to Ness on there were no incidents. Minster the Alta s. Leary ele it a a was Unur Lur the by. Partisan support Verv few White Sner Titars in Mcnary school Victoria Road to bar part i the rime Are Rafi Bucks county bar members hand police arrested 57 Der and ii enry ave a Warminster Tomboy. 19 Sellersville h d. Judge Rubin s own fellow at sons durin Quot a Surrie it. Of sit ins the Longstreth elementary a psf p be Orneys. Gave him when he ran it i Nii her of Trot school Roberts Road Warmin Perkasie and Anthony Lareen for 0ffjce> judge ruin was a him in a it. Quot Sterl and the Warminster ele 20 set and Hes nut St Man wb0 bad great sensitivity. Tau rants in the City the White marchers were Mentar school Street Road. Perkasie. Warminster. For Absentee ballots miss Blatt right to state1 menial Affa i is secret a by should Pion of Regis a a a a a a a Genevieve Blatt was Given the of 8i invited to attend Brou about the line of March on tor their child in the school in Washington up a the Best right Friday to have voters sub the main pro it v in in it pm Gudes Treejo with their engines their area. Agriculture department twin need for hearings on Chal the Absentee ballots is that they running High powered rifles c legend Absentee ballot it in have been separated from the re Stew to the april 28 primary election. Envelopes in which they Wert judge Vincent a. Carroll in mailed. Notes names do not issuing the order said it was appear on the ballots. Quot very Plain a that the Board of on thursday 49 of the Chal elections should have granted longed Absentee votes were de requests of Blatt attorneys for dared valid by the Board subpoenas. Eighteen of 32 Challenge ballots the attorneys had contended were approved on Friday. That Lack of subpoena Power 0sser said he understood the would Quot materially prejudice Blatt attorneys intend to ask for hearing of miss Blatty Schal subpoenas when the hearings Longes of More than Soo ballots resume next tuesday after the in the close Battle with state Flag Day Holiday on monday. Supreme court Justice Michael a a. Musmanno tor the demo lost and cratic u. S. Senate nomination liked the Fine things of life had great appreciation and was beloved by people who knew him win. Tennen graduate to attend naval Academy the cars were never needed editor s note How did Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton reach his deed Benjamin Burgess of 6 4 3 sports. His first leave will not Reeves Lane Warminster a be until Christmas graduate this week at William the first year of a plebe is no Quot a an was a Talty need musician. Tennent High school Johns the hardest with 24 credits children will be registered bounced Friday it has resumed a Superb pianist and a Man me received a presidential a compared to 20 for the other first the Sale for Export of non fat who had Many facets to h i s a ointment to the United states years. C? i Twat in dry milk personality. He and i s p e n t naval Academy. Annapolis my no vacation the graduate ranked 37th Annapolis gives no summer among the 75 presidential a vacation. Other Summers Are pointers chosen from Over spent in submarine and Avia-75,000 applicants on the basis Tion training scuba diving and of College Board scores and on cruises. High school or prep school rec cmdr. Burgess. Bends father commendations. Is the director of the Navy s Burgess was also to second aviation medical acceleration alternate to the congressional Laboratory at Johnsville which of congressman its responsible for training As Story of a decision Scranton first had Buffet supper. Found Board Quot of elections Quot chairman muur"s0a&Quot.�jdajud8fh.c von is. A a. A,.a i Roll he had turned Down the re wha Doro .��T�.�,. Reword of quest because the Blatt actor 3.-39 Neys Are going to subpoena a 0. P3. 0i Row Ltd Ady 1 g a so and 90-year-old people who to Vicinity of shaping Crry a. Ca Are Blind disabled and Para lost b ask v Whit a on a a to snoopy Poy a own ar3 re a a a. Coil 343 m30. Round a dog a own is Dan it i a a can on or co a. Gordon i and Ppck i plod Ca. �?T66-840. Sion to seek the Republican nomination Here is an account of the key meeting at the governors mansion in Indiantown Gap pa., thursday night til 8 05 thursday night a the ton would become a candidate. T Pennsylvania Republican told Scott chartered a Jane and a Currun of Pennsyl Tro nauts for the United states reporters during a 45 minut news conference in which the arrived shortly after Quot we had a Buffet supper a space program. He has been senatorial appoint stationed in Georgia n o r t h Carolina Pennsylvania and England where Ben spent two Vania. But was too late to apply for lazed. It would be an outrage to lost 1 put an Cor a ult a subpoena people of that Type Coon most tem t who a into court a Pound dog Ferno e Quot downright Happy senator re creamed Chicken string Beans called the event for newsmen and fresh fruit a he recalled 1 turns Down Grants Here is his account in then we took our Coffee in b f his acceptance at years. By Marguerite do is Republican state chairman he. ?.8 r00m and Sal around Annapolis Burgess had to turn. Ben has a brother Bill. Who United pres International Craig Truax telephoned Scott old Lomg Down a Roth scholarships at a a Jeglor at Tennent. And a Washington up a this thursday about 3 ., inviting Scranton staff attends Georgia tech Rensselear poly sister it Betsy in the eighth is the Story of a decision the him to join Scranton and oth according to other sources technical Institute and Penn a race decision of Pennsylvania gov. Ers at the governors Indian be meeting at the mansion be j state University added courses with Block j. To Vav of i William w Scranton to seek town Gap mansion. Truax told san at 5 others on hand on june 30 Ben starts Basic at William Tennent., in add 830 the Republican presidential him Quot this involves were Truax Commonweal training As a plebe at the f on Standard courses do a on Back am to a nomination a As told by sen Quot i was rather surprised a1 Secretary George i. Bloom a naval Academy. This consists Ben had classes in calculus the Board held hearing on zip z Fransi i 4 we 2 so though he declined to say he former Pennsylvania a o p a of a ure. Classes and phys. And Electron is. He was a mom. The challenges on thursday and a of s. A cd a Ca 442740. I Quot i didst have an inkling in had Given up Hope that Loran Cam Quot wed on pout two Story Leal training with plenty of on to priv i Dintini. I i

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