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San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, San Mateo, CaliforniaIndex births deaths .13 Church 6-7 classified .14-19 comics 20 sports .8-9 Peninsula news 11 editorial feature 12-13 Foster to. Theatres weekend women s news .4-5 the 4san Mateo times and daily news Leader a Home owned newspaper weather fair tonight and sunday but some night and Early morning High fog. Little change in temperature. Low temperature tonight 52 degrees High sunday 72. Westerly winds 12 to 25 Miles per hour in the after noon. Vol. 64-no. 142 3 sections 36 pages Sai Mateo California saturday june 13, 1964 Loc per copy per month he took hand Ringo was Here teen Ager describes biggest Day by Earlene Golding i touched Ringo Starr he took my hand but i must Start from the beginning. My father a times reporter came Home to ask me his daughter if i would like to go to san Francisco Airport and see Ringo. Full of excitement i jumped up clapping my hands and barely screamed out when we finally arrived at the Airport at 7 ., there was a Herd of females at Gate 71. For half an hour i busied myself by taking pictures of the growing mob. I waited for the pan Amer ican plane to bring him in so i could get one memorable shot of him five minutes before his plane arrived i located father on the other Side of the room. When he noticed an exit door opening he hurried me through it. The air plane that carried Ringo Starr stood in front of us and about 50 other news men and women. As a Large amount of airline personnel poured out i stood camera poised at Eye level impatiently waiting for him to come out. At last he did. I pressed Down. Flash. Got in a mad Rush i ecstatically flew up the stairs after Ringo and into the room. I patiently stood and keeled taking More pictures and listening to the interviews. Then with a do or die feeling in me i went to the other Side of the room where Ringo sat with a Grey Teddy tear on his Lap. I could t leave without his autograph so i kept trying and please see Page 2, column 3 Ringo gets a Bear Ringo Starr arrived in san Mateo county last night in route to join the beatles in Australia and had a Koala Bear stuffed toy thrust upon him. San Mateo county sheriff s deputies lined up two deep to hold Back hundreds of teen agers who mobbed san Francisco internal tinal Airport terminal for a look at Starr. After a Short Lay Over the beatle drummer boarded a Honolulu bound Jet. A wire photo the drummer boy Dazzles his fans two or three Hundred squeal ing swarming beatle fans awaited Ringo Starr last night when the British drummer boy arrived at san Francisco inter National Airport via pan Amer ican airways and departed a hectic half hour later on a Qantas flight to Australia. There was no accurate count of the adoring crowd mostly girls in the 13 to 14 year old bracket As they roamed Hall ways and waiting rooms of the two airlines hoping pc shia Vii of their idol. Some of them said they had been at the Airport since 2 ., and Ringo arrived at As the arrival hour neared the near mob gathered in a pan am plane loading area and chanted songs which included the phrases beatles i love and yeah yeah sheriff Earl Whitmore Anc several of his deputies joined please see Page 2, column 5 of planes blast red guns in Laos rockets bombs rain in big strike Washington up . Air Force Jet fighters swept Over Central Laos in strength last tuesday and delivered a smashing retaliatory attack on communist anti aircraft artillery Posi ions it was Learned today. Chief targets were modern radar guided guns that knocked Down an unarmed Navy Rf-8 Hoto reconnaissance plane last saturday and an armed f8 fighter escort last sunday. In retribution the Fleet of air orce f100 super sabres rained jobs rockets and machine gun fire on the red gun emplacements. Operating from an unidentified base the fidos obviously were dispatched on White House orders in a carefully determined tactic to show red China and communist North Viet Nam that the United states Means Busi Ness in protecting Southeast Asia from aggression. No comment while communist China Broad cast erroneous details of the raid Washington has admitted nothing officially and is not expected to. The nature of the attack is believed to explain the curtain of news secrecy behind which the White House and the state and defense departments re tired this week. The state department said merely that reconnaissance requested by the Neutral laotian government would continue but that operation aspects would not be discussed. A up dispatch from Vien Tiane Laos today quoted a . Embassy spokesman As saying he flights had been resumed stops damage the extent of damage inflicted on the red artillery which apparently was operated by North vietnamese was not Dis closed but there have been no please see Page 2, column 7 . Father misses twins graduation shoots self what was to have been a fes Tive graduation night for a pair of 18-year-old half Moon Bay twins last night ended in trag Edy when their father Despon Dent because he had missed their graduation placed a .38 revolver in his Mouth and pulled the trigger. Found dead in a driveway at the rear of his Home at Midnight was Edward b. Newton 59, of 2li5 main Street who operated Burlingane s nicest newest National Bank Peninsula National Bank banking service 10 hours i Day 149 Park at Howard Burlingame n Ewton s secondhand store on san Mateo Road. According to police Newton had apparently intended to at end graduation ceremonies at half Moon Bay High school where his twins Dennis and Diane were members of the graduation class. Newton s wife Evelyn told officers that Newton had been drinking and missed the graduation. Shortly before Midnight he and his wife and another son Roland who had come from Spain finds peking reds Madrid up informed sources today said Spanish Security agents uncovered two powerful Clandestine comm Lodi to attend the graduation were in the living room. Newton Eft the room and although mrs. Newton and her son heard a slight pop from the rear of the lome a few minutes later they at first thought nothing of it the son went to the rear of the lome in a few minutes How Ever and found his father Deac on a rear driveway. He had apparently taken a .38-caliber revolver from a bedroom. Mrs. Newton told officers her husband had been very despond ent because of missing the graduation ceremony immediately prior to shooting himself. She said he has threatened suicide in the past. The twins were notified of their father s death at a graduation party they were attending please see Page 2, column 1 nist organizations including one backed by peking and that 112 persons were picked up for questioning. Information minister Manuel Fraga Iribarne said the Interior ministry would Issue an official report shortly. He said thai Many of those detained were set free after interrogation. There were unconfirmed re ports that pro Moscow communists had tipped off the Security police to the existence of the pro chinese faction. The arrest of a Painter in Seville led to the discovery of the other groups which was called trotskyite the sources said. The sources said 112 persons were picked up for questioning Ance in the police Roundup which be granted please see Page 2, column 1 Inonu. L6j to meet on Cyprus crisis Capitol confab to Start on june 22 Washington. A Drime minister Ismet in Onu of Turkey will begin conferences in Washington president Johnson on he Cyprus crisis june 22, he White House announced May. It is expected that prime min ister George Papandreou of Greece will be invited to meet separately with Johnson on the iame topic although nothing has Een said about this officially. The Inonu visit grew out of his week s Mission to Greece and Turkey by undersecretary if state George w. Ball. Inonu will arrive in washing on on june 21, the White House Aid and his consultations with Johnson will begin the next Day. George e. Reedy White House press Secretary said he did not pressure within Turkey for intervention with according to some accounts Johnson last week persuaded in Onu to abandon plans for a Turk invasion of Cyprus. Although the invasion Threal seems to have receded Ball characterized the Cyprus Situa Tion As still dangerous. Reedy declined to say whether Papandreou has been invited o meet with Johnson. His re Ustance to reply was believed to reflect the fact that Papandreou has yet to decide whether of make the trip. A newsman suggested thai he Ball Mission and the Forth coming Inonu visit indicated the United states was sidestepping the United nations and taking a unilateral approach toward the Cyprus dilemma. Reedy said he did t think Assumption necessarily Fol Lowed. He said the United states stands ready to pursue every Avenue of peace equity and jus Tice. Flag Day tomorrow Fly your Flag tomorrow. This was the message today As Peninsulas prepared to Cele brate Flag Day. A special Public ceremony will be staged tomorrow by san Mateo elks Lodge 1112 at At Beresford Park. The elks adopted Flag Day at their Dallas convention in 1908 and ii was made a National Observance the following year. This will be the first Public display in the elks this year. Ceremonies include the Elk 3and, a usic color guard Anc 3 pageant showing the various flags that flew Over the United states As presented by the elks sponsored boy scout troop. A baseball game will follow the presentation. Students ask overthrow in of v. S. Gov t Havana a destruction of the u. S. Government is advocated by four negro students among 73 americans visiting Cuba in Defiance of state department restrict tions., a statement denouncing the North american racist government was issued by the four i added we realize the United states government is the biggest farce in his tory and must be six others in the group which arrived Friday by Way of Prague Czechoslovakia Are negroes. A 23-year-old new yorker de Lemansky identified himself As the group s Leader and a communist. He distributed a statement declaring we have differ ent reasons for coming to Cuba but we Are United in our opposition to our govern ment s efforts to prevent United states citizens from travelling to the four negroes identified themselves As Ernest Allen 21, Oakland Calif., a student at Berkeley Luke Tripp 23, Detroit student at Wayne state Charles Berrard 24, student at los Angeles City College and Ron Bedford 26, St. Louis architectural craftsman. Fri guns Down Zavada san Jose Calif. Up one of the Fri s 10 wanted fugitives George Zavada was captured Friday night after a Brief gun Battle in which he was seriously wounded. A spokesman said that Zavada Drew a .32-caliber revolver and fired at Fri agents in an attempt to escape. Agents were not hit and returned the fire wounding Zavada who under went surgery at Santa Clara county Hospital. Zavada 48, who refers to himself As the was wanted in connection with the Holdup of several California Banks. Sacramento police believe he is the Man who robbed the a Den Way Morse ave. Branch o the Bank of America in Sacra please see Page 2, column 3 Fiill scale bid launched gop Battle on floor Hartford Conn. Up Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton today opened a full scale Campaign to wrest the Republican presidential nomination from sen. Barry Goldwater by describing Goldwater s programs and philosophies As even As Scranton headed for the meeting a floor fight broke out Over his bid for Connecticut s delegates. Scranton who flew to his native state in his Lith hour drive to woo delegates mentioned Goldwater Only once directly in a talk before the Connecticut Republican convention. However he referred frequently to the front runner in the gop presidential race. Somebody asked me yester Day whether my candidacy was the beginning of a Stop Goldwa Ter the governor said. My answer is this is a movement to win in the governor said that a Small but vocal minority too often has made our party sound naive irresponsible reaction Ary and heartless Landish proposals the out that have come from the Camp of the present front runner particularly in the Field of foreign affairs Are not real alternatives to the Johnson administration Are Mere echoes of de it is reached a fact that we the ludicrous have Point where every responsible Leader in our party knows that to stave off defeat in november a make believe coating of moderation must be she lacked Over the views that have been uttered by the present Scran ton said. Must clarify because of havoc that has been spread across the National landscape the Republican party wonders How it will make Clear to the american people that it does not oppose social Security the United nations human rights and a sane nuclear even As Scranton headed for the meeting a floor fight broke out Over his bid for connect Cut s delegates. Idaho boosts Barry ballot total to 588 the gop governor National called on the convention to nominate a candidate who does offer a real Choice to the Amer ican he said the John son administration is Only marking tune it is not mov ing America Forward. It should and can be turned out of office please see Page 2, column 2 Juk death car Back in service lbj9 Erhard warn Russ Washington up pres ident Johnson and West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard have warned the russians that they will be responsible for any Trou 3le in Berlin which might re sult from the new soviet East German treaty. Erhard holds a news Confer ence today to wind up a two Day visit which brought full agreement Between him and Johnson on some aspects of the Herman question but failed to rigger any immediate Western Miat Tives to promote German reunification. By Karl Bauman Washington a the limousine in which president John f. Kennedy was assassinated rebuilt and equipped with Bullet resistant been made available for presi Dent Johnson. There is no indication How soon Johnson will use the Lin Coln Continental which weighs More than five tons including pounds of steel plating. Since Kennedy s assassination Johnson has been using a limousine assigned to Fri director j. Edgar Hoover. It has numer Ous Security features including steel plating and Bullet resistant Glass. The revamped limousine returned amid More than usual secrecy unlike the fanfare when it was originally delivered for presidential service in june 1961. Although the Ford motor co. Has issued a release bouncing the event when in Spector Burrill Peterson a spokesman for the secret serv ice was asked today whether the limousine had been returned for he said i just can t comment on 1 later White House press Secretary George e. Reedy con firmed that the limousine Wai Back in Washington and Avail Able for presidential use. Despite the Many modifications the limousine looks not unlike the original Bubble top version. The rear passenger compartment is covered with Glass which will make the pres ident fully visible to spectators. The Glass is three inches thick. It can be covered with a Black top when privacy is desired. Because of the added weight from the 8-panes thick Glass and steel plating the horse Power has been stepped up from 275 to 500. The tires Are puncture proof. When Kennedy was shot to death in the limousine in Dallas nov. 22, the car was topless to spectators a better View. Like All cars assigned to the White House the Lincoln Continental is leased not owned. The secret service pays a year using it. Was heavy an give Washington a sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona got the firm commitment of All of Idaho s 14 National convention votes today giving him 588 of the 655 first ballot votes needed for the Republican presidential nomination. The Idaho action was not unexpected but it gained significance because it came Only a Day after Pennsylvania s gov. William Scranton entered the race against Goldwater. Another 40 delegates were be ing chosen today at Republican conventions in Connecticut Vir Ginia and new Mexico. The Idaho convention acted by voice vote without opposition. The delegation was instructed to vote unanimously for Goldwater until formally released by Hunt ing depend on your real estate broker he will save you time and Money he knows us and our 68 year old reputation for lower loan costs san Mateo Mutual savings a jul s o re main office san Mateo 417 so. B St. Do 4-1756 Branch Burun game Plaza 1841 Al Camino of 7-8497

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