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Star-News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Pasadena, CaliforniaTo Markovv sunny. Night and Early morning ought smog. 17 final Home Southern California s finest evening newspaper Pasadena California saturday june 13, 196.4 10 edition Cyprus Parley looms Inonu expected Lovisi lbt Ankara Turkey a prime minister Ismel Inonu i reliably reported ready of Fly to Washington to la Irish out thorny Cyprus Issue with i leaders. Tick photo gop two front runners for the Republican presidential nomination Art shown in this montage with three other possible candidates and the cow Palace in which the gop convention will be held next month. Al upper left is Arizona s sen. Barry Goldwater and Al upper right is gov. William Scranton of Pennsylvania. The other candidates Are former vice president Richard Nixon new York gov. Rockefeller Ond ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge. Goldwater Lead in pledged delegates with 655 needed to win. Nixon raps hesitation of late entrant new York vice president Richard m. Nix on said Early today on his re turn from London that Pennsyl Vania gov. William w. Scran ton must not appear to be a puppet mane Vered by some one else in his quest for the gop presidential nomination. Nixon s comments were Apap Parent reference to the Par former president Dwight d. Eisenhower allegedly played i Scranton s change of mind Las weekend about entering the race i must say that go v. Scran ton made a very in Fortunat impression of sunday by i weak vacillating Altitude o lbs face the nation Lele Visio Nixon said. It had been expected lha Scranton would announce h candidacy at that time but i reportedly changed his min after a Tele Plenc Call from e Benhower. Scranton Lio wave announced his candidacy later if a Man receives a Polione Ca and thei changes his in in t a very Nixon said. He added that the. Tel phone Call should have had n effect on the Pennsylvania go error s decision. First ballot votes mount Cor Barry Washington a sen. Any Goldwater s Delegate to Al for the Republican National convention is continuing to Well despite Pennsylvania gov Villiam w. Scranton s entry into he contest for the party s pres dental nomination. The Arizona senator has 57 first ballot votes just 81 Shor if the 655 needed to. Nominate according to the associate press Survey of delegates. Another 64 delegates were be no chosen at Republican con today in Connecticut for Mexico Idaho and Vir Ginia. Connecticut slate go convention at sex reeled to include four pro Goli Yater delegates in its 16-Mem Ber delegation. Virginia republicans. A choosing 10 at Large delegates 50 with 20 District Delegate District delegates Favorat to Goldwater were picked for Day bringing his total to 19. May gel a sol bloc of 14 delegates in Idah today. He is also1 expected to pet considerable share of new Mei Ico s 14 delegates. Scranton campaigns in Connecticut Hartford Conn. He Republican party has to make it Clear to the american eople it docs not oppose so Ial Security the United a on human rights and a sane Clear gov. William v. Scranton said today As he opened his Campaign for the of presidential nomination. The Pennsylvania governor n a prepared speech to the can act Cut slate Republican con Tention attacked the be ported views of sen.1 Barry Goldwater if Arizona leading candidate for he top spot on the gop a without once water by name but frequently. To the senator As the front Scranton said the party s heritage of dynamic conservatism has been twisted Inlo a cruel misunderstanding of How the american Economy Scranton told the Connecticut republicans we have now reached the stage on the Road to san fran Cisco where not but our party s future Well being demands that we frankly put out in the open some disturbing elements Hal have Loo Long been swept under the president Johnson recently suggested such a visit in an apparent Effort to avoid the possibility of an open clash by Weeh the two North Atlantic treaty organization partners. Greece and Turkey Over Cyprus. The sem official Anatolian Agency said Inonu in his reply to be delivered to Jol ii son through . Ambassador Ray mond Hare will indicate acceptance. There was still no official indication Here however about the possibility of a meeting be tween Inonu and greek Premier George Papandreou in washing on. Both . o Nonu thursday and nato Sec rotary general Dirk Stikker rho is currently visiting Ankara said a meeting Between t o turkish and greek govern race officials is vitally needed i solve he Cyprus problem. In Athens a greek forcing ministry source said Papan Spur sen on rights str you would visit Washington t discuss the Cyprus crisis in invited by president that he had not received an such invitation. The same source said lie believed it would be a bit diff cult at this Point for papa Reou to go to Washington discuss t h e Cyprus problem Vith Premier Ai Johnson. Hope Dies Rafferty charges rebutted Dean defends rights group by Elmer Wells Dean Richard Maxwell of the Jacla Law school Friday de ended an organization which Tate school Suprin Vendeni or. Laxwell Raf Erly has charged As directors on the attorney general s subversive Kafferly s charges As lie de dined to. Judge an essay contest o be financed by the cons Litu ional rights foundation inc. Of Angeles erupted in a Row will Thomas Braden presi Dent of the state Board of ecu cation thursday. Braden charged Rafferty with making serious undocumented charges of subversion against the foundation and its directors. Rafferty retorted that his a red breach seen wider Ryan special correspondent n Kila Khrushchev seems about ready to admit that the soviet chinese split is unbridgeable in the foreseeable future and thai a splintered communist world is inevitable. Khrushchev concedes there is an estrangement not Only Between the chinese and soviet communist parties hut also Between the peking and Moscow governments. Khrushchev leaves it up to the chinese whether there will he a move toward reconciliation. Displaying Little Hope that there will be he virtually apologizes to the rest of the communist world for the current state of affairs. Khrushchev s remarks interpolated in Friday s speech Aboul the Easl German soviet Friendship profound weariness with the whole chinese they seemed the words of a Man caught in an impossible squeeze Between the pressures in tie soviet Union for economic advancement and the pressures of world communism or More aggressive expansion. If there is no reconciliation Khrushchev seems to say it will not be his fault but peking s. One should says Khrushchev allow the spread of ideological differences to interfere with governmental relations since this ultimately weakens the position of world socialism and plays into the hands of imperialism. We believe that even today the Road is not closed for the normalization of soviet chinese relations including governmental relations. is required is Good will and sex ointment As a judge of. The awareness of one s supreme duly to one s the our v guide1 self bus strike virtually no Hope of Avert a bus strike at Midnight tonight As held today with the brotherhood of Railroad trainmen s walkout by bus Drivers on metropolitan transit authority operated buses expected to proceed of schedule. Don h. Sheets Brt Gen eral chairman announced the peaceful withdrawal from service at a news conference Rafferty has promised to document his charges in a letter to state Board members. Braden in introducing Max Well said the Law school Dean local votes next Alhambra Al Monte school unification okd by state is chairman of an advisory com Mittee to the state Board on iwo to improve the leaching of the Bill of rights in the schools. Methodist Bishop Ger it seems Likely Moscow considers effectively outside the soviet bloc of nations. The soviet newspaper Izvestia recently quoted marshal Chen i red China s foreign minister As describing China As a nonaligned Izvestia added that politically speaking this Means Chen i no longer considers China part of the world socialist communist Friday during which he de Inion of contract. Issues still in it Ald Kennedy also a state Board member is Overall committee chairman. Maxwell told the Board he is a director of the foundation and because of his connection with dispute. Sheets said wages sick leave Rule and vacations were the big stumbling blocks with the Meta offering a in cent an hour wage to donate funds to the slate to encourage improver teaching and materials on the rights. The foundation like Over a two year period. The Union sheets said is the state Board of education Friday approved the separate unification of the Alhambra City. High school District and the Al Monte Union High school District. The Al Monte unification proposal which was unopposed received Board approval in a mat Ter of minutes. Bitter opposition to the Al Hambra unification was registered by seven speakers Ricks into a new unified District along present i Monte High school District Boundary lines. San Gabriel Monterey parked a National City business and Cit Izen groups. No one spoke from Garvey the other District involved. The Al Monte unification which must now be approved by the voters of the areas involved would bring the Al Mon be Pios Mead Mountain View awl Lindo elementary Dis tie new District would have elementary and High school pupils. In approving the Alhambra unification the state Board asked for a clarification on whether he Alhambra City charter which now governs school Board election procedures would pre Vail if voters approved the unification. The Board asked for two procedures in a Effort to Settle the question which if not set tied might eventually upset the old British Library asks More funds London old est Public Library founded in 1610 at Lambeth Palace and supported mainly by charitable trusts in the United states and Britain is fortifying its competitive position in the soaring Price Battles for rare books and manuscripts. The archbishop of Canter Bury has inaugurated a society of the friends of Lambeth to raise financial support. Proposal. One was a clarification of a slate attorney general s opinion which says that in a unification such As that proposed boat election procedures and trustee areas would be governed a the stale education code am not by a City charter. The other was for moves t gel the Alhambra City co inc o agree loan election to be Date City charter provisions o school Board elections if unification is successful. Harry l. Hupp representing san Gabriel citizen slue roup argued eloquently for the Ward to reject the unification Hupp said that since the a Hambra charter Board elections now govern and taste areas it would be possible i Alhambra voters who Are in to minority to have control of the mechanics of Board election and this could result in a Deni Norfolk a. The of rights of the majority. Uss Randolph suffered minor although Board Mymbs damage from a ire Early Fri agreed Hupp had made a Goc Day while berthed at the nor Point they were reluctant fire hits ship Folk naval station. Southern Whites stage March Back St. Augustine Fla. A new twist in this City s racial strife whiles marching m vote foreseen Foy wednesday Washington a son. Hubert ii. Humphrey Senate floor manager for the civil rights Bill said today there is an sex of limit Chance the House will a capt Hie version the Senate is orking in now. And i am hum Hurcy said in an interview there will be no further Hanges of any if the Minnesota Democrat is or rect on both counts Cuoc the Lill is passed by the Senate and he House concurs it can go directly to president Johnson to x signed into Law san Lomale possible. However if the House decs not accept the Senate changes the Hill will com Millie to resolve in lie versions passed by the Blouse feb. Ii and by the sen lie. The result could be delay or even stalemate. We have been in the closest consultation with House leaders and we feel the Bill As it now stands is acceptable to Humphrey said. He also expressed Confidence the Bill will gel to Johnson forc Congress quits for the up publican National convention which opens july 13 in san i Francisco. I new .mcnnhir1 the dark streets past negro res Mph he line of White a Brand new meaning to thai , 1 turned past a negro nightclub Bill of through a negro neighbourhood j50 came Humphrey said is Donat moved authorities to seek re few yelled challenges. One Rcck Blouse ing about of which Cherej will he ten s100 prizes to teach prizes ers writing the Best essays on asking a 24-cent an hour hike classroom experiences in Leach with 12 cents to become Effic Jing he Bill of rights. Marches. More than challenges hurled from die darkness. Bui agree that action can be Tompel card the flurry ended As the who convention or Cross ers disappeared toward Down but for this to happen they say Whites shout Cuilhe Senate must pass the Bill into the negro Section next week. Live As of june i 1964, the Otherl the organization also Werc greeted by signs or. Martin King Humphrey said 12 cents on june i 1965. Well said aids in the Legal and res cd and jailed As a Silin at a new proposal would not the one presented to them iday. Hupp admitted thai his our even if the Legal tech cavity concerning Alhambra s Arler is cleared up is against e unification of the four Dis Els. Tom Johnson san Gabriel Hool Board member and Ichard Nichols san Gabriel mayor urged that the plan be Jec fed. They said they would be to see the san Gabrial ele Benfary District unified the resent san Gabriel High school Aken Over by the District. Nichols said virtually All or animations in san Gabriel Are inst the proposed unification and that the area was being iced into it by Money offered n the new Unruh Bill a mos vicious piece of negotiations on the contract which expired last May 31, were deadlocked last thursday night prompting sheets to a Csc am re sults of a Union vote taken last monday when 93.57 per cent the operators cast ballots reject i ing Meta proposals and author-1 izing the strike. I. Of indigents on constitutional issues particularly brotherhood to you. Turn in Page 6 of d-1 41 i criticizes Cardinal the defense of the Rev. William h. Dubay and said his charges about 50 negroes at one car i no h or applauded As the whiles left heart in he District. Some said the Senate thursday moved to the Dussl action will come by wednesday. County jail Al Jacksonville Fri indications that Humphrey we whipped them right said one negro Man. They encountered no Vio but Florida atty. Gen. James Kynes said marches by either or segregationists a Catholic priest has come to contribute to a Clear and pres Africa files new charge on architect , South Africa a Lionel Bernstein White Johannesburg architect and figure in South Africa s Church. May ---------------11 and scr Cal on groups ent he asked . District judge Bryan Simpson to reconsider his against James Francis Down a police ban Macintyre Are substantially the Rev. Terrence w. Hallo ran assistant pastor at on night marches. A hearing was scheduled Al Jacksonville today. A decision on the marches Jor sabotage trial was today on two counts under the Green Liello Given country s anticommunism Law Bernstein was acquitted and Bonn Germany a a discharged in the sabotage trial. New control system in the West Tria for june 26. German capital will give cullor Ludwig Erhard a Clear nonstop route to any Destina Viet Cong sabotage slays six be right came before the in Senate adjourned Friday when sen. Allen .1. Ellender a la. Announced hearings on a stamp Bill would open thursday. Jamion there had been an agreement these sessions would begin As soon As the civil rights Hill was out of the Way Humphrey said. The minnesotan said action on Saigon South Viet to inc i under Saigon South. Viet ?.am, by Cap communist Viet has been faster three train expected Kan senator blew up two trucks Friday kill now is limited to no hour of ing six persons the ministry Lime on the Bill and defense announced. Speaking All amendments. The Senate is in session today ii was one of the busiest Days c n h the "1" Mary s Catholic Church i groups de for Viet Cong saboteurs along g s3 Ihetu March a nerf be remove.1 As suggested by i Haj a drama took Pla c link. Hye s were Case was Sci Bernstein was of Day night the Catholic priest downtown and held a prayer s said silence by the Cardinal in the old slave bail. Bernstein had been held in Ion. On gelling a Call from the jail periodically while awaiting chancellery a duty for n the new charges Albee he took part in activities of a banned organization and that he pushes a Button and or Harry so limousine gels Green lights All the Way. While House Happy Washington Dent Johnson is sending Charles de Gaulle a vary cordial i Tiei As a follow up to the recent Paris convers Lions Between undersecretary of state George Ball and the French president administration officials said Fri attended a meeting though precluded from doing so the arms of the Banning order imposed by Justice minister bal Lazar Vor scr. The prosecutor said or accept reject lha unification in fear Day. Dubay. In a Telephone interview Fri the nation s oldest City changes proposed and two minor changes accept Ere night in two acts. As a first government by the Bill s managers w i about zoo negroes 3 a jul conk 12j Miles agreed to by voice Vole. Civil rights has been n problem or priests in this he charged that the Cardinal is a negative attitude to wards the idea of allowing priests in this area to take Parl in civil rights issues because the racial problem is rare in los a handful of Whites quietly. Loss than two hours later More than 300 Whites marched 25 blocks through the negro Section of town. Their leaders Bubba Manucy and Dixon Stan Ford proclaimed it was not a Kun flux klan group but Only of Saigon Friday when government unit clashed with vie Force car Yinh Loii in a Xuyen province. J Domingo dominican while segregationists. He said priests ire rep i i a 200 helmeted police Mandod for taking Parl in civilly in accompanied both of the Syzc. Ard functions of the rights issues the United Stales has up Republic up the go veni a communications unit announced Fedaj night by a Small contingent of . Eight persons were billed and marines in Lang Ori province 111 m a ser is o amm near the Borders of Laos and Anition dump explosions at a Rel communist North Viet Nam angry Camp across the Ozuma american military from Santo Domingo. I doctor flees i. Berlin j reported. Bf.rl.in1 Kasl apr it arc classified the spokes details of other Lin Rincler Friday lot three other de bail in this Case on compassionate grounds in Long Perm Bernstein Lions to bail because lights As the White group duties problem which a Assn l exist. Is under House arrest. Impose

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