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San Rafael Daily Independent Journal (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, San Rafael, California Ltd weather forecast Bay area mostly fair tomorrow High fog night and morning. Sierra Nevada fair tomorrow Little temperature change. Daily est. 1861 vol 104 Ioc rat copy phone 454-3020 serving All of Marin county san Rafael California saturday june 13, 1964 rainfall total to Date. 22.63 to Date last year46.95 season average36.43 temperatures san Rafael noon today 65 High yesterday 79, Low today 50 $1.s0 a month by Carrier no. 72 Scranton launches his uth hour drive for gop delegates governor lashes Goldwater for spreading havoc within party combined a amp up gov. William w. Scranton of Pennsylvania pressed his 11th-hour Campaign for the Republican presidential nomination today with a vigorous attack on sen. Barry Goldwater of Art Zona. Without mentioning Goldwa Ter by name but leaving no doubt whom he meant Scranton attacked what he referred to As the a shoot from the hip rather than think from the head foreign policy philosophy gov., mrs. Scranton gop nomination fight turkish Leader coming to . Washington up a turkish prime minister Ismet Inonu will meet with president Lyndon b. Johnson june 22 to discuss the Cyprus crisis it was announced today. The White House said the timing of Inonu a visit and sources there said it was a rather obvious that the talks would cover the Cyprus situation which has threatened to touch off War Between Greece and Turkey. White House sources said they would a neither anticipate nor foreclosed a similar visit by greek prime minister George Papandreou. Of his rival for the nomination. The governor added in a speech prepared for 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 people that it does not oppose social Security the United nations human rights and a sane nuclear Scranton asserted that the party so heritage of dynamic conservatism has been twisted into a cruel misunderstanding of How the american Economy Scranton who flew to Connecticut with his wife Mary and two of his four children told the Connecticut republicans a we have now reached the stage on the Road to san Francisco where not Only Candor but our party a future Well being demands that we frankly put out in the open some disturbing elements that have too Long been swept under the Scranton 46, who served one term As a congressman before becoming governor in 1962, jumped into the gop presidential race yesterday in a speech to Maryland republicans. He came Here in quest of Connecticut a 16 gop convention delegates. Scranton had plenty of Wel Comers into the presidential sweepstakes 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 sentry into the Field As Assurance of a a Clear choices at the party a National convention next month was former vice president Richard m. Nixon who predicted the drive for the nomination would be a a two Man race Between the governor and Goldwater. Nixon returning to this country from a trip to London sounded a dissonant note in see Scranton Page 3 woman survives blast at dockside Cruiser is scuttled �?$28,000 loss set a 64-year-old san Francisco woman miraculously survived an explosion that shattered a big Cabin Cruiser on Sausalito a waterfront last night. Mrs. Grace Deppman was lying on a bunk in the boat listening to a baseball game on the radio when the thundering blast occurred at 10 25 . It lifted the front deck splintered the Bow and open up the Hull. The blast rolled and Revei berated through the Hills of Sau Salito. Damage was estimated at $28,000. Firemen said the blast rattled windows in the main firehouse. Mrs. Deppman was in the stateroom just Forward of the Galley. She managed to crawl to the Hatch and out As the Cruiser settled in the water. She had a Cut on her forehead but no other injury. The boat Intrepido was tied at berth 236 of the Sausalito yacht Harbor. Mrs. Depp ans husband Louis a. Deppman an Engineer for a san Francisco steamship corporation had left the boat moments before the blast. He planned to return in about an hour. He had just reached the gangplank to pier three when the blast occurred. He Fly it High a tomorrow june 14, is a special Day for old glory. Its Flag Day and if you have a Flag it is a Good Day to show it. Thousands wiil All across the nation. Independent journal photo explosion wreckage a the remains of the Intrepido a 51-foot pleasure boat owned by Louis a. Deppman of san Francisco Are inspect this morning by family Friend Alex Johnston. The boat exploded at 10 25 . Yesterday with mrs. Deppman aboard. Damage was estimated at $28,000. Independent journal photo City Hall is not first concern for Tiburon you gel. Quot country club living quot at. Marin Golf and country club estates presented by. Gordon Walker and associates 390 Alameda de la Loma i Loma verde i Novato 883-4367 456-3136 free Berlin is called for Moscow up a Premier Nikita Khrushchev and East German communist Leader Walter Ulbricht called today for the evacuation of All troops from Berlin and turning it into a a free demilitarized but a joint communique was mild in tone and raised no particular alarm in the West. The communique followed signing of a 20-year East German soviet treaty of Friendship yesterday. Khrushchev accused the United states. Britain and France of threatening peace in West Berlin and said removal of troops from the divided City would contribute to a lessening of tension in Central Europe. Three Tiburon City Council men elect agreed today that the offer of the former Northwestern Pacific Railroad freight office As a City Hall would undergo much study before a decision was made. A getting a permanent City Hall is not at the top of the priority list now a John s. Hoff fire or. Said. A i think we should work on the More important things first a appointing a planning commission and considering the need for a City manager especially since we have been offered temporary space at Del mar school. Councilman Anne l. Ellin Wood noted that the City of Novato incorporated about four years ago had just recently moved into a permanent City Hall. She too recommended that the Council elect study the proposal thoroughly before taking action. Councilman Fred c. Hannahs stated that if the Council decided to accept the offer made by Robert Moor on behalf of the building s owner the Tiburon tidelands co., a site for the Structure would have to be found by december because of the company a plans to develop the former Railroad property in about six months. Gordon w. Strawbridge who received the greatest number Fidel Cuba would talk with . Of votes in the june 2 election visited the former freight office Havana up a Premier i yesterday afternoon but was Del Castro said today Cuba is unavailable for comment on his j ready to hold talks with the findings today. United states though not in an the fifth of threats and a Leo Souza could not be reached Gre Sion. But he said Cuba had fire kills infant fort Bragg Ufi a an infant burned to death this morning in a Home fire. She was six month old Kimberly Ann Allen. The parents or. And mrs. Donald Allen were hospitalized. Kennedy limousine Washington we the limousine in which president John f. Kennedy was Assassin by Telephone this morning. Family incomes move up to record $6,249 Washington i a the median income of . Families moved up a hefty 5 per cent to a record $6,249 in 1963, a census Bureau report revealed today. And for the first time families in the above-$l0,000-in come group outnumbered those in the so called poverty class. President Lyndon b. Johnson has said the Rule of thumb for defining the poverty stricken is a family income of less than $3.000 per year. While the number in this Range declined 500.000 to 8 8 million they still make up 18.5 per cent. The median income a which represents the statistical Middle. With half the families making More Money and half making less a was up $290 from 1962. The median income for White families was $6.548 compared to $3,465 for negroes. Satellite launched Vandenberg fab up a a never sought such talks. Castro in a rambling talk with newsmen at the British embassy on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth a birthday said some gestures had been made by persons interested in improving relations Between the two countries. There have been recent reports that Cuba has asked Spain to act As a go Between to get talks started Between the two countries but Castro said a Cuba As an offended country will never seek conversations because of our a we Are ready to hold talks but will never ask for them a he said. A we Are never opposed to holding talks with the United states. The Only condition is that of Equality and respect of our sovereignty. Cuba will never meet with the United states in an atmosphere of threats or aggressions. Under Normal conditions we could ran Back to the boat and helped his wife out of the water. Deppman said today that it was compressed butane Gas in tanks supplying the heating unit that exploded. It was entered on the port Side of the boat. Cause of the explosion was not known. Fire was mostly blown out by the Force of the blast itself. Spots of flame were put out by a Man who arrived before firemen with a Carbon dioxide extinguisher. A crowd of about 60 gathered soon after the blast. Shards of Glass from Cabin windows were imbedded in a nearby boat. A window in that boat was also broken by the Force of the explosion. Four on duty firemen and 12 volunteers answered t h e alarm. Mrs. Deppman said she was listening to the giant braves baseball game. It was in the seventh inning with the bases loaded a tense situation. Then i Boom she was treated for the Cut at Marin general Hospital. She was resting today at her Home in san Francisco. Deppman said today that his boat was Only insured for $15,-000, Little More than half of the loss. Planning session asked on Richardson Bay plan by Robert Coppock rated rebuilt and equipped secret satellite believed to be with Bullet resistant Glass has a space exploring discoverer been made available for presi was launched toward a Polar Dent Lyndon b. Johnson. Orbit today by the air Force. Work traffic control starts on White Hill work and traffic control will begin monday on White Hill where a 30 to 40-Dav repair Job is needed to Correct a progressive slide beneath sir Francis Drake Boulevard. C. D. Madsen inc. Awarded the county contract on the Job will have to close one Lane of traffic during part of the work. Where to find it almanac Page 8 Art entertainment m16 behind the news 7 Book reviews m14-15 Bridge 8. 28 Church Page 9 comics 8 crossword Puzzle 8 editorial Page 6 gardening pages m18-19 Handyman s Page m17 How to keep Well .28 Marin Calendar 28 Marin living m 20-21 Marin women 4. 5 sports. 12. 13 tide Chart 8 to i of m 22-23 vital statistics 3 world news in Brief 2 the Marin county Board of supervisors at a special meeting on Richardson Bay last night asked the county planning commission to hold a special meeting on the question of a Bulkhead line for the Bay so that a decision can be recommended to the Board by july 7. The Board last night heard the plan of the Marin conservation league and the Marin Rod and gun club proposing that the alignment of the Sau Celito Channel be moved to the Southwest thus cutting Down on the amount of fill needed and increasing the shallow water. Comic dictionary Chatterbox a woman you can never depart from except in the Middle of a sentence. Americans arrive for tour of Cuba Havana up a seventy three americans most of them students have arrived in Cuba to begin a six week tour of the country in Defiance of the state s departments ban on travel it was reported today. The tourists were welcomed by Victor Gonzalez organizing Willis Evans of the state department of fish and game backed up the request. He said the shallow or mud areas Are vital to the preservation of fish and wildlife in the Bay. He added that filling operations similar to those proposed for Gulf coast states has resulted in a serious loss of fish life with a serious effect on the Economy of the area. Mary Summers former county planning director presented the conservation league plan which also called for an increase in the size of the aquatic Park shown on the Richardson Bay master plan. The new plan doubles its size making it 2,000 feet Long along the Shore. Mrs. Summers said there should be no dredging offshore from this Park which would extend to the present seaplane base near the Richardson Bay Bridge. She added that the seaplane base should be retained adding she believes it was the Only one of its kind in California. She added that a Federal Grant might be obtained for improving or buying the facility. The proposal would require Secretary of the Young communist league in Cuba and j that the county buy much of officials of the foreign minis the offshore area now private try. The travellers evaded . Restrictions on travel by obtaining passports for a trip to Europe and flying from Paris to Havana by Way of Prague. Governor hits vote forecasts too Early new York <4�? the new chairman of the National governors conference says he is against news Media announcing that somebody has won an election before All the polls Are closed gov Grant Sawyer. Nevada Democrat said Friday he will appoint a committee of governors to talk with the Media about the subject. By held mrs. Summers said but Federal and state funds along with local private Money from conservation groups could be see Bay plan Page 3 free drawing anyone ran participate 1st prize award a red forms a by Raymond Jacobson. 2nd prize award a a untitled by Barbara Stonecifer will be Given away at a drawing tonight at 5 p. M. And tomorrow at 5 p. M. 400 Spring Art show admission free "400" apartments 400 canal Street san Rafael spectacular Lake Tahoe View lots a to a acres. Paved streets utilities Etc. Included. Docking 2 facilities. Private Beach. 8 Miles from Squaw Valley 2 Miles South of Tahoe City. Terms available to suit your seeds 456-045 i a Joan Bennett a you 1-5330 Talmont estates san Rafael military Academy fifth and cottage avenues san Rafael summer school High school credit courses for boys and girls. Day students Only june 29th a August 7th for information Call i Hector of summer school 453-4550 or write for illustrated brochure Why earn less than 4.85% current annual rate paid quarterly accounts insured to $10, my by Federal government Agency Tamal pais savings a loan association 36 Corte Madera Center phone 924-1733 a

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