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Statesville Record and Landmark (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Statesville, North Carolina
Sta shift warm Loht and sunday with widely Laeal Tampara Turai far the j4heur pulled ending at to Day i is published in the Hurt of the Dairying and Industrial Region of Piedmont North Carolina Statesville record a landmark today net press Hub vol 90 june 1964 142 Chancellor in Washington West or own Chancellor Ludwig greeted by president Johnton As arrived at the Wolta Hausa yesterday far two Days of at Cantar it Watt Carman foreign minister car hard up leaders give reds warning Washington up presi Dent Johnson and West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard have warned the russians that they will be held responsible for any trouble in Berlin which might re suit from the new soviet East German Erhard holds a Newa Confer ence today to wind up a two Day visit which brought Ful agreement Between him and Johnson on some aspects of the German but failed to trigger any immediate Western initiative to promote German Erhard also planned to meet with Christian the administrations special Trade for a discussion of problems connected with the current Kennedy round of Tariff negotiations at the warning to Russia came in a joint communique issued after two meetings Between Johnson and Erhard the two leaders said they saw nothing explosive in the mos cow Friendship treaty at this the communique acknowledged that the soviet in in serving some Advance notice and cautiously phrasing the had been careful not to step on Western the joint communique said Johnson and Erhard took note of the but it added that both agreed that no unilateral move by the soviet Union could in any Way affect the rights of the three Western Powers or modify the obligations and responsibilities of the soviet Union with respect to Germany and Johnson and Erhard stressed that the soviet government would be solely responsible for the consequences of any at tempt at interference with Al lied rights resulting from the new the communique eight Are killed in red ambush Saigon up enlisted Man and seven South vietnamese soldiers were killed Friday in a communist ambush near Tay about 50 Miles Northwest of the army announced an army spokesman said three South vietnamese sol Diers were wounded by the the name of the american servicemen was not made pub he was the 134th american killed in combat in Viet City wide paper drive june 14th please place paper in bundles next to curb by 2 sunday sponsored by men and boys of Boulevard methodist Church in Case of rain drive be held the next sunday Flag 1964tomorrow is Flag a Day during which americans everywhere should pause and reflect on the Many Means which old glory holds for All of used to benefits which Are not available to Resi dents in Many other in recent forgotten to some degree just what the Flag stands for and the Many lives which have been lost As americans have fought for democracy the world when the Flag passes by in Many americans seems to ignore Seldom do you see a hat being placed Over the heart in a silent Salute to old this which we Honor and under which we is the Emblem of our our our thought and purpose As a it has no other character than that which we give it from generation to tha choices Are it floats in Majestic silence above the hosts that execute those whether in peace or in and though it Speaks to to us of the of the men and women who went before and of the records they wrote upon we celebrate the Day of it birth and from its birth until now it has witnessed a great has floated on High the Symbol of great of a great plan of life worked out by a great people was the Way Woodrow Wilson described old glory on Flag june tomorrow is Flag think about the Flag and what it Means to a citizen in the greatest nation1 of the property rights of the judges in Washington May not know the difference be tween Law and sociology but this cannot be said of the present members of the North Carolina supreme court who have once again issued an opinion which upholds private property rights under the the court Friday ruled again hat the states anti trespassing statute applies to such places As lunch counters and soda the ruling came in upholding the convictions of three negroes at Fayetteville on charges of tres passing at the Colony associate Justice Susie Sharp wrote the opinion which Reaf firmed that under state Law the proprietor of a private business has the right to select the clientele he will serve and that he May arbitrarily exclude others from his Justice Sharpe wrote that a mans conduct must be judged by the Law As it exists at the time his conduct is called into question and not by the Law As he and others think it should be rewritten in the interest of so Cial the opinion further stated if the Law is to be it is the firm conviction of this court that our system requires it to be changed by the Legisla Tive Branch of the government and not by the jus Tice Sharp also said for the court that when a in constitutes itself a Supe Legisla Tive body and attempts to re write the Law according to its predilections and notions of enlightened it destroys the separation of Powers and thereby upsets the delicate sys tem of checks and balances which has heretofore formed the Keystone of our Constitution Al to All this the record land Mark says a Hearty let us Hope that the members of the supreme court in Washington will learn to distinguish the difference Between interpreting Law and rewriting we can certainly be thank Ful that we still have some Legal common sense in North Carolina even if it is a scarce commod Ity in Statesville shot Slyn a Dagenhart talking up ice Cream supper sponsored by the Marvin my Lois Knox anticipating a pleasant trip to Florida in an air conditioned bus Myrtle Westmore land browsing around at an Tique Sale Marjorie Gil Liam and Julia Davidson at the wrong crashes through Pinkey Viola Straily of riday swerved her car to avoid hitting another vehicle and crashed through a two bedroom Tome that Only the Day before had been vacated by a family of does things properly Colwyn Wales Lydal school headmaster Don Ald Hughes inaugurated the schools new swimming Pool with a splash Friday by diving in fully clothed and swimming a As school officials and parents Hughes that the Only Way to open a Flat for rent London the daily Tele graph today quoted this advertisement for an apartment in a literary Magazine professional Flat for furnished and newly decorated resident loses House someone robbed Floyd rays House in grand Blanc township this the thieves took including the who recently bought the unoccupied told police he re turned thursday after an absence of two weeks and found a vacant lot with holes where the foundation and sep tic tank used to Scranton starts drive Madison residents heard recess called in vote fraud investigation Mars Hill up the state Board of elections will take a weekend recess at noon today after hearing More testimony in a probe of alleged voting fraud in Madison the Marathon inquiry will resume key witnesses appearing be fore the Board Friday included a precinct clerk who admitted a discrepancy in the vote count on May 30 and a county official whose memory failed because of alleged other witnesses included self appointed poll who insisted that More votes were counted than there were registered electors during the democratic primary for state Sena Tor and police chief am who said he found a great number of ballots in an extra ballot Box discovered in a closet of a Mars Hill precinct at stake was the state Senate nomination of Zeno a political who narrowly Defeated furniture retailer Clyde Norton in the 34th senatorial District which includes the Northwest counties of and Yan 48 year old Dairy polled a total of votes compared to for he collected bal lots in Madison county com pared to Norton 518 and offi Cial tabulations from the Mars Hill precinct show Ponder with a margin of 412 to some of the More damaging testimony offered Friday came from Fred former Madison county superintendent of education and now principal of Spring Creek High Anderson testified that he knew something was wrong when 595 democratic votes were counted since there were Only 477 registered the poll along with other election were ordered impounded by state elections Board chair Man William Joslin following an election night fist fight in Mars the Brawl followed the discovery of a fourth and extra ballot Box hidden in a the state Board held most of the election records at nearby but the poll books Dis appeared june the poll books were the Only Means of deter mining whether the official tabulation was resumes Laos flights Laos up the United states has resumed its Aerial reconnaissance flights Over communist held territory in a embassy spokesman announced the spokesman said the flights Over red Patchet lao strongholds were started again he said future operational phases of such missions keep an Eye on communist activities would not be made the spokesman also denied communist charges that planes had strafed the Patchet lao Headquarters at Khang Khay on the Plaine Des a peking radio broadcast had alleged that an official of the communist chinese economic and cultural Mission was dulled and five other persons were injured thursday when american made planes bombed and strafed Khang the peking broadcast tried to leave the impression that the planes were flown by a statement previously denied by the United the broadcast called the at tack Wanton and said the planes dropped heavy and incendiary bombs on the City and strafed As in previous today report de scribed the attacking planes As but did not indi Cate whether the aircraft bore i the markings of the j states or the Royal laotian air j j Scottie Keith Allgood Allgood youth Dies of injury Scottie Keith 15year old son of Coite and Annie Sloan 1327 fourth died at today at Davis Hospital from injuries sustained in an Accident yester Day the fatal mishap occurred when the boys bicycle struck a car at the intersection of North Center and Feimster streets at acting Coron said the youth died from massive brain he also suffered a broken left along with other lacerations and Abra Allgood and another 15year old Dale 1323 old Charlotte were Riding their bicycles East on Feimster traffic Victor Seri no and disregarded the Stop sign at the Serino said that Everett Reid 319 West Bing Ham was driving a 1955 Chevrolet South on Cen Ter Street when the two bicycles came into the Street without stopping at the the Serino swerved into the northbound Lane to miss the Bost child and was struck in the right Side by the Allgood the Allgood boy was thrown onto the Hood of the falling off the car into the along with patrol Man said that when they arrived at the scene that the boy was lying almost in the Center of the Serino and patrolman Proctor were in their car at Statesville senior High school when a 10 year old negro boy told them that an Accident had occurred South of the officers went to the scene and radioed the police department to dispatch an Reid local ambulance said that the boy was unconscious when he was taken to the Bobby 117 Bowen said that he was driving North and saw the boys run the Stop he added that he had to swerve his vehicle to avoid striking the Bost Thomas 424 North Center said that he was sitting on his front porch and also witnessed the tragic Acci Phillips said that he did every thing possible to avoid striking the youths but that the bicycle struck the Side of his Serino said that no charges will be filed and according o the Accident was unavoidable on the Drivers police were getting statements from the witnesses at noon to Day and Dame said that no inquest would be Young Allgood was Active in continued on Page 10 is fatally injured by car states Villas second traffic fatality within a 24hour period occurred at James Boyce 710 Salisbury was killed in stantly when he stepped into the path of an automobile in front of Braleys food fair on the Salisbury the victim re sided directly across the Road from the grocery Johnson stepped into the path of a 1954 Buick being driven West on the Road by David Lee 27yearold route Gibbs told officers that he blew his Horn when he saw the Man but was unable to Stop his vehicle in several Henry Henkel and Brandon both of North Center said the Accident was Statesville police Victor Serino said the Driver of the car is being held for questioning and investigation of the Accident is Dame of Davis hos acting county was called to the scene by offi cers at noon the mishap was the second tragedy on City streets in less than 24 Scottie Keith All died of injuries today at Davis Hospital following a collision Between his bicycle and an automobile on North Center Street around 1 tax Cut Aid to Economy new York up the personal income tax touted As the tonic to put More oomph in the finally May be doing just this was the cautious Reading by some economists this week of May retail store sales figures had been lagging behind the record february vol ume until last month when they jumped 7 per cent Over a year earlier to a new record there had been widespread disappointment that the tax Cut prescription had failed to live up to its Advance it appeared the con Sumer just had a delayed reaction to the tax but subsequent weeks and months will Tell the other economic Weatt Servanes this week tended to give the lie to the notion that the nations 40month economic expansion is suffering from tired a Commerce department sounding found that manufacturers estimates of projected inventory and May construction Point to continued growth for the the departments findings indicated that manufacturers look or their sales to Rise steadily through producers anticipate a Bil lion gain in sales for the second Quarter and another billion gain in the third if hese projections the advances would amount to 2 per cent More than the aver age quarterly gains registered during at the same the relatively Low level of inventories held by which exerts a drag on the is expected to Rise modestly in Flie second and third Luther Hodges Hodges plugs for Johnson of Commerce Luther Hodges praised presi Dent Johnson today As a South Ern Leader whose program is worthy of the noblest tradition of the Hodges made the statement in a speech prepared for delivery today before the 16th annual news seminar of the Virginia press he predicted that Johnson will be swept Back into office in the Hodges said he was asked in Germany last week who the re publican party would nominate for i said we have an expression in the South it dont make no he it is my apart from partisan considerations which i Grant Are that president Johnson is the Man Best Quali fied in the United states today to Lead our country toward the goals of peace and Hodges the Commerce for Mer governor of North described himself As a conserva a businessman and a South Ern but i believe he that our democratic party is Best suited by action and vision to do the Best Job for the common a higher Standard of living for him and in human rights that he Hodges also praised the nations press in doing made an apparent criticism of Barry candidate for the Republican presidential in meeting deadlines and covering controversial subjects there Are bound to be he i will say i think those errors Are honest and but when a candidate for Public office yells foul at the press too loudly and too As a very Active office seeker recently has done i can Only say perhaps it is the truth that he elks will hold Flag Day event James Broyhill of Lenoir will deliver the main address for the Flag Day Obser Vance at Statesville elks Lodge at 5 special music will be provided by and elks officers will assist with the program which will last 30 All safety patrol members and their families Are to be Spe Cial the service will be open to the Public and All elks Are urged to refresh ments will be served following the Connecticut gop fighting on delegates Stop Goldwater movement Trig gered a floor fight at the Connecticut Republican state convention today As Pennsylvania William Scranton pro pared to open his drive in the state for the gop presidential the fight erupted less thai three hours before Scranton was due to appear before the convention to bid for support in an Lith hour attempt to snatch the nomination irom by Scranton was due to address the convention at 2 the Battle on die convention floor entered around the procedure for selecting six a Larga delegates to the Republican National convention at san fran Cisco next observers believed that it of he states 16 delegates favored a moderate with Goldwater getting the remain ing but Delegate Pierce Gerety of a Henry Cabot Lodge called for the elec Tion of Hie six a Large Dele Gates from the floor instead of As a the theory was that the convention might reject Twe of the four Goldwater among the six a Larga Dele at this hour it to not too late to reject completely and unequivocally the idea that All citizens should not enjoy equal Gerety he specifically mentioned Goldwater vote against cloture to Cut off the civil rights debate in the Rhoda Island John Ahafea endorsed Scranton at the convention Friday night during his keynote Connecticut is familiar ground for was born in attended prey school at Hotchkiss in Lake Ville and was graduated from Yale University and Yale Law school at new the Connecticut speech was Only the beginning of Scranton continued on Pago 10 seminar set for judges Chapel Hill the Are recognized authorities in their from throughout the state will be Here june 1517 to participate in a seminar sponsored by the North Carolina conference of Superior court judge Allen Gwyn of conference said the seminar will give prior Ity to consideration of causes and cures of congestion in the judge Horace Gilmora of the circuit will Lead discussions on this other discussion leaders will include professor Robert Lea of Wake Forest judge Spencer Gard of District judge Rob Ert Mcbride of the court of common and judge William Grimes of the Superior associate Justice Tom Clark of the United states supreme court will speak at a banquet monday the seminar will be conducted at the Institute of government and will close at noon on is critical of Serantoni vacillation new York up former vice president Richard Nix on Early today scored Pennsyl Vania William Scran on for vacillating on a Deci Sion to enter the race for the Republican presidential Nomi Nixon said Scranton had a fighting Chance but warned governor must now be his own he must make his own decisions and nut appear to be a puppet mane Vered by someone Nixon criticized Scranton for weakening in his resolve to enter the race last week following a reported Tele phone Call from former presi Dent Dwight i must say that Scran ton made a very unfortunate impression on sunday by h i s vacillating attitude on the lbs face the nation Tele Sion Nixon if a Man receives a phone Call and then changes his he int a very Strong observed the former vice presi Dent of arrival hers irom a today business trip in not even if the Call is from general Eisenhower a news Man asked Nixon at Kennedy International said Nixon appeared fresh As he alighted shortly after Midnight from an Al Al Israel he said recent criticism of him by uie gop Barry was attributable to rather inaccurate press j reports of events at the recent governors conference in Cleve the former vice president said Goldwater description of him As sounding More and More like Harold Stassen was All a Stassen a former Minnesota governor and contender for the Nomina has failed in past attempts at a political Nixon said the open Conven Tion that would result from Scranton entry meant if Goldwater does he will be a much stronger candidate than he would have been otherwise Baa if a woo by
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