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Sterling Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Sterling, Illinois
Local weather forecast pair tonight with Low Iii 60s sunday Cloudy warm humid the daily Gazette Stirling and Dock Falls official population City tone 29,955 Trade territory estimated Ever 75,921 net paid circulation Over is,5 a delivered evenings except sundays in Sterling Rock Faits Prophetstown Morrison Unionville Tampico Chadwick Milledgeville Polo Goleta Walnut Deer drove new Bedford Manlius Yorktown Galt Como Penton Normandy Lyndon Nelson Erie round Grove Emerson and Harmon 110th year no. 140 pull leased wire associated press Sterling Rock Falls Illinois saturday june 13,1964 member of the audit Bureau of circulation Price ten cent see splintering of communist world Lincoln Ian drive for votes opened by gov. Scranton by Jack Bell Washington apr suave gov. William w. Scranton embarked today on what he depicts As a Lincoln Ian crusade to Rescue the Republican party from the Coldwater conservatism he sees As threatening a gop defeat in november. Scranton declared himself in the running for the party a presidential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from Many Republican leaders including former president Dwight d. Eisenhower and the target of his new adventure sen. Barry Coldwater of Arizona. Coldwater called Scranton Quot one of the outstanding governors in the Eisenhower who had urged an a open convention and indicated differences with Coldwater welcomed Quot the entry of gov. Scranton whom i have Long but Scranton received anything but Good wishes from former vice president Richard m Nixon. Nixon had urged someone get in the ring with Coldwater. And he declared Friday night that Scranton had a Quot fighting a very weak but Nixon said that the governor gave a a very weak and unfortunate impression on television last sunday after receiving a Telephone Call from Eisenhower advising him not to enter any Cabal against any candidate meaning Coldwater. Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on the program but he told friends the phone Call left him Uncertain and shaken. Of this Nixon said Quot if a Man receives a Telephone Call and changes his mind he int a very Strong Man. He a got to make his own decisions and not appear to be a puppet mane Vered by someone Scranton described by various pundits As the a Hamlet of Harrisburg because of his previous indecision solved his Quot to run or not to no Quot dilemma and galloped into the gop presidential contest Friday in spectacular style. He waved his arms smiled washing the Apik Ltd a Venh at the Maryland state convert tal for the Republican National Tion in Baltimore and turned m Scranton enters gop race Nikita leaves peace move up to chinese Flag Day Sunda june 14 after months of holding off except for a Quot sincere draft a Pennsylvania gov. William Scranton announces his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination in appearance before the Maryland gop stat convention in Baltimore Friday. A wire photo Scranton Steps out win Connecticut sen. Coldwater Delegate total still increasing to group Ike declines to be definite but welcomes Scranton by George Esper Gettysburg. A. Apr former president Dwight d. Eisenhower says he welcomes the entry of gov. William w. Scranton into the contest for the Republican presidential nomination but he declined to commit himself when four Pennsylvania legislators asked him to endorse the governor. It was a Busy Day Friday for Eisenhower As he also met Here with Maxwell m. Rabb of new York a former White House aide and now National chairman of the Campaign committee of ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge. Rabb told a news inference later that his organization was Lff throwing its support behind pro Quot Quot a a a Scranton the or Saures world comm a what i have done will be echoed in other moderate Republican groups a he said. Eisenhower who listened to Scranton declare himself a candidate on the radio issued a statement saying by William l. Ryan Nikita Khrushchev seems bout ready to admit that the Oviet chinese split is unbridgeable in the foreseeable future and that a splintered communist world is inevitable. Khrushchev concedes there is an estrangement not Only be Ween the chinese and soviets communist parties but also be tween the peking and Moscow governments. Khrushchev leaves it up to the chinese whether there will be 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 fridays speech about the East German soviet Friendship treaty indicated a profound weariness with the whole chinese affair. They seemed the words of a Man caught in an impossible squeeze Between the in the soviet Union for economic advancement and ism for More aggressive expansion. If there is no reconciliation. Khrushchev seem to say it will not be his fault but peking s. Quot one should says thru out polished phrases attacking Coldwater As a Neo neanderthal Type who offers Only a a weird parody to traditional Republican beliefs. Moves Faut to make up for lost time Scranton sets off today in quest of delegates flying to Hartford continued on Page two for More than a year i have of Vachev spread of been arguing that the Republic ideological differences to enter can party would be benefited i governmental relations since More leading republicans would ultimately weakens the to declare their availability for sit on world socialism and Public office and take it upon ply or into the hands of Imperi themselves to express their Alisa. Views concerning the develop a a a believe that even today ing political scene and the is the Road is not closed for the sues facing the nation. Normalization of soviet cheese Quot in my judgment free fair relations including government and Active Competition among Al relations. All tomt is required a party personalities is not Divi i Good will and awareness of Nutow n Sive but to the contrary is Good ones supreme duty to one s Dalton a. Api a Penn for the health and vigor of the people to the entire revolution Syliama s gov. William w. Party. Ary movement. Our party will Scranton expressing determine Quot it in in this conviction that i constantly guide itself by tills anon to go All Oyer this nation Welcome the entry of gov. to win the Republican presidential nomination a set out today continued on Page two to capture Connecticut a 16 convention delegates. Scranton a staff whipping together a Campaign organization Only a few hours after the 46-year-old governor entered the race to a give our party voice Surprise of Scranton s move it seems Likely Moscow considers red China effectively outside the soviet bloc of nations. The soviet newspaper Izvestia recently quoted marshal Chen i red China a foreign minister As describing China As a a nonaligned Izvestia convention is continuing to swell Rac w our Pari v added that Quot politically speak despite Pennsylvania gov. Wil a Chine arranged a speaking Chicago apr three top eng this Means Chen i no Ham w. Scranton sentry into end a a Nilon at on Illinois republicans have Indi longer considers China part of a this Flag which a Honor and under which we serve is f the Emblem of our Unity our Power our thought and purpose m a notion. It has no other character than that which we five it fro generation to generation. The choices Are ours. It floats in Majestic silence above the hosts that execute those choices whether in peace or in War. And yet though silent it Speaks to us Speaks to us of the past of the men and women who went before us and of the records they wrote its birth Ond from lbs birth until nos tto oreo on Nign me Banri Folb of a 0nat Pion of life worked out by my Grear pc pfc a. A Phi a. A a Quot a Woodrow Wilson Day june 14, 1917 Scranton to move fast in Campaign by Walter r. Mears Baltimore. My. Api gov. William w Scranton took Barry Coldwater a while to make up his mind Nelson a. Rockefeller but moved in a hurry once he William w. Scranton decided to go after the re pub a Henry Cabot Lodge lican presidential nomination. Margaret Chase Smith by his own account. Scran Richard m. Nixon Tim made the decision Only favorite sons hours before he announced it uncommitted Friday in a sweltering crowded the Connecticut state hotel ballroom. Quot where will you Start your Campaign a a a reporter asked. Quot i just started it right Here a the Pennsylvania governor replied. Quot do we have any pre the contest for the party pres next Cut state gop convention rated Surprise at tile entry of the world socialist communist identical nomination. A Hartford. Pennsylvania gov. William w. Camp the Arizona senator has 574 of Akly As a political mod Scranton into the gop presided the Brak has Dow it Normous it first ballot votes just 81 on Stoat Scranton dropped his re tial race but repeated that they harm to that it world communist of the 655 needed to nominate.? candidate posture Pye Haven t changed their minds movement. And Khrushchev associated Day sen Barry Gold about the candidacy. Seems to want to escape blame. # ates. Of Arwina a the cop a Charles Al Percy Republican m thru. Another 64 delegates were be Alp a in san fran candidate for Illinois governor Shch a a of capitalist of tog chosen St Republican con he reiterated Friday his intention Rau re to it a less amp a Mledd mentions today in a a support nominee of the a which thinks of Comfort new Mexico Idaho and Vir Maryland gof Conven Illinois National convention Dele. A Tion Scranton flew Home and gation. A Roll based on Ori icae to Reber top aides and a a today a change in the a advisors to map his strategy tonal Republican picture will for a whirl not alter the position wind tour Over the next four maintained for the past nine months a Percy said. Quot i am a a i am determined to go All team Over this nation to win the Nom Percy and sen. Everett m a a Eye Ginia. The Mary election commitments a Quot Iju look was pledges instructions or state outdo of was preference gives this first bal lot breakdown Weens. 574 131 92 46 15 and individual happiness before world revolution. Khrushchev insists he is just t Kop m ardently for world revolution As the chinese. But he reflects the soviet Peoples own aspirations when he says people around the world would hardly nation a Scranton said. To 217 gop convention at Hartford was expected to include four pro Gold water delegates in its 16-member delegation. Gov. Scranton addresses the convention today in his first speech since he an Quot we a do a terrific Job and Illinois delegation take this country by the governor outlined general Campaign principles to his staff then he and his wife Mary retired about 9 30 . Aides Dirksen Are co chairmen of the fp11� a communist government 1 n re Apa a a mix my i a continued on Page two try out new Flag scribed itinerary no not at bounced his candidacy this moment. We just decided Virginia Republican Are to run last even before he told the Maryland gop convention of his decision Scranton was firing his first Campaign salvos at front running sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. A can we pretend even to ourselves that it is possible for us to stand with one foot in the 20th Century and the other in the 19th?�?� Scranton asked. A a stand must be made but the hour is late a said the 46-year-old governor who has spent the better part of a year insisting that Only an honest draft would make him the Republican presidential nominee. Scranton said he changed his mind when he decided the moderate Republican viewpoint was not going to be represented when it came time for the gop National convention to pick its Man. Scranton a vow to Battle Goldwater sounded an ironic Echo of the theme the Arizona senator chose when he plunged into the race last january. At his sprawling Home near Phoenix Goldwater had declared no other announced candidate and Only gov. Nelson Rockefeller of new York was in the race at that Point could a Confer to the american people a Clear Choice in the next presidential election. I will offer a Choice not an said Scranton Friday Quot i have come Here to offer our party a Choice. I reject the Echo that we have thus far been handed of fear of reaction from the never never land that puts our nation on the Road backward to a lesser place in the world of free choosing to at Large delegates to go with 20 District delegates. Two District delegates favourable Ottawa a proposed new i Al Leaf Flag flew for four hours on parliament Hill Friday. Prime minister Lester b. Pearson wants to designate the Maple Leaf Flag As Canadas of a belief that Scranton move Serso will stabilize sen. Barry Coldwater Illinois strength at its present level was expressed by Victor l. Smith gop state chairman. He estimated the Arizona senators support at 44 of the 58-member Illinois National convention delegation. Before Goldwa Canada s terms California primary Victory he had 35 delegates Smith said. . Rep. Edward j. Derwin whose people have no Trou czechs will vote to Goldwater were picked Fri facial Banner. Day bringing his total to 19. J he is opposed by Many Cana May get a solid Diane of British descent who favor Canada s red Ensign with its Union Jack in the upper left hand Corner. Goldwater bloc of 14 delegates in Idaho today. He is also expected to get a considerable share of new Mexico a 14 delegates. Fourteen of Maryland a 20 delegates remained uncommitted after hearing Scranton announced his candidacy at the state convention at Baltimore. Five support Goldwater and one backs new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller. Vienna. Austria a about nine million czechoslovakian arc expected to vote in hakians Are expected t vote in National elections sunday spurred by their communist regimes Promise of More democracy in parliament. Under a new Reform of Par ski of South Holland Goldwa j Liam entry rules the National terms Illinois Campaign chair Assembly can exercise real Diman also said he believes scan Section Over the activities of ton s move will not materially representative bodies partial change Goldwater a Illinois sup Early local authorities port. The 300-member Assembly has delegates not for Goldwater been used by the regime until probably Are supporting former now to put the Seal of approval vice president Richard m. Nix on ready made government aeon he said. Tons. Service with a splash the weather forecast from the Chicago weather Bureau at noon Sterling and Vicinity a fair tonight. Low in upper 60s. Sunday partly Cloudy warm and humid with Shower Likely. High near 90 but cooler near Lake. Outlook for monday partly Cloudy and cooler. Local temperatures 12 noon 78 12 Midnight 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . 7 . 8 pm. 9 . 10 . 11 . 80 82 82 82 80 80 80 78 78 76 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . 7 . 8 am. 9 . 10 . 74 la . Guests gasp As waitress mrs. C. W. Nyhuis. 29, loses her balance and Heads for the drink while serving at a Hospital Benefit fashion show at a suburban Toronto motor hotel. Mrs. Nyhuis said the wind caught her tray loaded with Coffee urns and Quot Over i she swam to safety without Ald As the audience applauded. A wire photo see new twist to racial disputes in St. Augustine by f. T. Macfeely St. Augustine Fla apr a new twist in this City a racial strife a White marching through a negro neighbourhood a moved authorities to seek renewal today of a ban on night marches. More than 300 Whites walked into the negro Section Friday night and were greeted by signs Reading Quot Welcome. Peace and brotherhood to about 50 negroes at one Corner applauded As the Whites left the District. Some said a hurry Quot we whipped them right there a said one negro Man. Quot they encountered no but Florida atty. Gen. James Kynes said marches by either Integrationist. Or segregationists contribute to a a Clear and present he asked . District judge Bryan Simpson to reconsider his order striking Down a police ban on night marches. A hearing was scheduled at Jacksonville today. Or. Martin Luther King arrested and jailed at a Satin on thursday moved to the Duval county jail at Jacksonville Friday night. He was to be a witness at the hearing in Jacksonville today. A decision on the marches also May come on the streets since integration and segregation groups declared they will March daily. A drama took place in this the nations oldest City Friday night. As a first act about 250 negro marched downtown and held a prayer service in the old slave Market. A handful of Whites watched quietly. Hints House May take Senate rights measure believe this Flint Mich. Apr Quot my House has been stolen a an indignant caller told the Genesee county sheriff office riday. Sure enough tile four room Frame House in grand Blanc township purchased by Floyd Ray was missing. Not Only was the 24-by-24 foot Home gone but so was its foundation. And the septic tank and property had been graded Over. Ray said he last visited the place two weeks ago. Students Call for destruction u. S. Government by Richard Daw Havana apr destruction of the . Government is advocated by four negro students among 73 americans visiting Cuba in Defiance of state department restrictions a statement denouncing the Quot North american racist government was issued by the four it added a we realize the united1 states government is the biggest farce in history 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 de. Daring Quot we have different reasons for coming to Cuba but we Are United in our opposition to our governments efforts to prevent United states citizen from travelling to the four negroes identified themselves a Ernest Allen 21, Oakland calif., a student at the Una Hersity of California at Berkeley Luke Tripp 23, Detroit student at Wayne state Charles Berrard 24, los Angeles student at Loa Angeles City College and Ron Bedford 26, St. Louis architectural craftsman. The 73 circumvented . Restrictions on cuban travel by obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and Prague before flying to a amp Vanna. Lemansky said members were from the United states and puerto Rico. The americans 49 men and 23 women planned a two month stay in Cuba. In Washington the state department said Only that it Learned the group was in route to Cuba and notified . Embassies in Paris and Prague. But the word was too late for the embassies to reach the students and warn them of the consequences of a visit to Cuba officials said. By Joe Hall Washington apr sen Hubert h. Humphrey. Senate floor manager for the civil rights Bill said today there is an excellent Chance the House will accept the version the Senate i working on now. Quot and i am confident a Humphrey said in an interview a there will be no further changes of any if the Minnesota Democrat is Correct on both counts once the Bill is passed by the Senate and the House concurs it can go directly to president Johnson to be signed into Law. However of the House does not accept the Senate changes the Bill will go to a conference committee to resolve differences in the versions passed by the House feb. To and by the Senate. The result could be delay or even stalemate. A we have been in the closest consultation with House leaders and we feel the Bill a it now stands is acceptable to them a a Humphrey said. He also expressed Confidence the Bill will get to Johnson before Congress quits for the Republican National convention. Which open july is in san Francisco. Quot i Hope the president can sign it on the fourth of july giving a Brand new meaning to that Day a Humphrey said. House leaders privately agree that action can be completed before the convention recess. But for this to happen they say,1 the Senate must pass the Bill next week. Humphrey said the Senate would and he predicted final action will come by wednesday. Indications that Humphrey May be right came before the Senate adjourned Friday when sen. Allen j. Mender d-la.,j announced hearings on a food stamp Bill would open thurs a Day. There had been an agreement these sessions would begin As soon As the civil rights Bill was out of the Way Humphrey said. The minnesotan said action on amendment to the Bill under cloture imposed by the Senate wednesday has been faster than expected. Each senator now is limited to nne hour of speaking time on the Bill and All leaving for Home feels Friendship real by Endre Marton Washington a West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard goes Home tonight after agreeing with president Johnson that the West need not worry about the soviet East German Friendship treaty. The pact the a. And her satellite signed in Moscow Friday aroused Sharp interest in Washington but created no new crisis. German sources declared. In fact state department experts were inclined to regard the treaty As a defeat for Walter Ulbricht East German communist Leader and chief of state. He la understood to have asked for a separate Quot peace treaty a which the West firmly oppose so and got instead a part with a lofty title but Little substance. Friday night at a dinner in the White House Rose Garden Johnson and Erhard exchanged Champagne toasts to continuing Friendship deepening understanding and cooperation. After his meeting with Johnson six months ago at the lbs ranch Erhard said some people referred to their Accord As a honeymoon that would fade. Based on Trust Quot i think the honeymoon is Over now a Erhard said. A we have reached toe state of marriage but based on Trust on Johnson declared there can be no lasting peace in Europe until Germany is United a in peace and Freedom Quot but he said the United states and her allies Quot shall work to open new ave nude of Trade and we shall work to build new Bridges of ideas toward the East to improve relations to Lessen tension to enhance us Prospect of All of us living in this world with peace i As for the soviet East German i treaty Erhard said there la nothing alarming in it but he i asked for vigilance and reconfirmation of toe Western position. A communique issued of toe White House by Johnson and Erhard Friday gave this reconfirmation in unmistakable terms. The treaty it said Doe not affect the right on the Tore Western Powers or Quot modify the obligations and responsibilities of the soviet Union with respect to Germany and the communique also held so Viet Russia Quot solely responsible for toe consequences of any attempt Ai interference with Allied rights that might result from implementation of the new though this was firm language american and German diplomats said they do not expect Moscow to use the treaty As a pretext to new trouble in Berlin. Accuse West of causing trouble by Henry 8, Bradsher Moscow apr the soviet Union and East Germany accused the West today o4 stirring up trouble in West Berlin and warned that Quot serious complications of the situation in Western Europe could be the result. A joint communique issued after the departure of East German communist Leader Walter Ulbricht also claimed that West Berlin Quot has never belonged and cannot belong to West Germany. Ulbricht and Premier Khrushchev signed a Friendship treaty Friday but the United states and West Germany claimed it has Little importance in the cold War. Today communique charged West Germany is engaged m provocative activities in West Berlin described by Khrushchev and Ulbricht As an Independent political unit. Then the communique went on to propose Quot establishment of effective control Over the military production of West Germany without suggesting toe same control for East Germany. It also called for Quot reduction of the strength of the West German army As a step for european Security. As for West Berlin the communique said a the revenge seeking attempt of the Federal Republic of Germany in this City carried out not without the knowledge and with Connivance of tile occupational authorities of the three Western Powes Are capable of causing serious complication of the situation in Western on his return to East Berlin Ulbricht hailed the Friendship treaty with Moscow. He said the paragraph describing West Berlin As an Independent political unit was a a great concessions a because it documents that the East germans Are willing to a transform West Berlin into a demilitarized and free t a
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