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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Syracuse, New York
Doubts gop can win with conservative Washington sen. Clifford p. Said sunday he does t believe the republicans can win the presi Dency in 1964 with an out and out conservative candidate. Who classifies himself u a contended that a prevails in the country which he infers will work to the disadvantage of sen. Barry r an Champion of conservatism. Sen. Karl listed a said on a separate taped television pro Gram thinks there is Erable whether Gold water will become a candidate for party s nomination. Hands off Goldwater has said he in t running but has declined to Lay a restraining hand on organizations which Are booming a draft movement for him. Mundt said Chat in his Opin Ion nomination contest now is wide open horse race and i Don t think you could Hon Estly say that anybody is out in the South Dakota senator de Nied a report that he is backing Goldwater. He said he and the Arizona senator Are Good but have not endorsed sees no change Case said he does t believe the trend of previous Modem conventions in picking a moderate Over a conservative has changed. The new Jersey senator said he does t agree with contentions that republicans have gained in ii he South because their candidates there have been More conservative than the democrats. We be he invariably we be had Middle of the Road people. Very much Hope that we Don t change because i think it would be disastrous if in the South and the re the n. May 1963 5 Fri says spy suspect m t worked rather openly new testimony by a Parade of 17 Fri agents has unfolded in Federal court a tale of International espionage that might rival a cloak and Dag Ger spy thriller. Up to a Point. An american Sailor is on trial of charges of Selling military secrets to soviet diplomats. His is scheduled to begin defense monday. I receives medallion Adlai e. U. S. Ambassador to the United received the american liberties medallion of the american jewish committee from Jacob Blau Stein in new York yesterday. Stevenson was honoured for advancement of the principles of he 4 Man at the committee s annual meeting. Bias a former Delegate to the . General is a previous recipient of the medallion. I t life term k for Sukarno solitary Dieter sees Success publicans came to be known As the conservative democrats p see tax Rise Albany democratic legislative leaders predicted Sun Day that. Rockefeller will have to increase taxes next sen Joseph Zaretzki and assemblyman Anthony j. Travia said that economies ordered by the governor recently were and possibly meet the deficit the governor has created by the use of Gim micks and devices to give his budget the appearance of bal . Norman Pearlman interrupted his shipboard routine sunday to take inventory of his provisions for the two weeks task that took Little time. Not much of a chore to count a handful of Vitamin pills. A sack of Tea a couple of cans of Coffee and three or four casks of drinking the 38 year old lumberyard operator explained. Pearlman has been living on such meager fare since last Mon Day when he forsook his Home and family for a 21-Day solitary crash diet aboard his 35-foot Cabin Cruiser anchored a few Hundred Yards off Shore in Huntington Bay. He set out on the dietary sea Saga when everything he tried failed to trim his poundage from 245 to 200 he feels he must attain to keep healthy. Doing just he said in a ship to Shore Tele phone interview. Already lost about 12 pounds and i feel he said his personal physician had examined him a Board ship last thursday and found him in Good physical condition. His wife and their two children also visited with him the same Day. Had he thought at All about cheating the last bit on the to or the three weeks Are he promised. Know now i can do asked if he would recommend the solitary diet to Pearlman they could stand the solitary life and loved the sea the Way i they d go nuts. I Don t mind it. I even enjoy Tine quiet and Tran Pearlman said he reads or just lies around taking it easy. Asked her feelings on the mrs. Pearlman tried everything else without Why not so Long As his doctor permits King Paul rests after surgery Athens King Paul of Greece underwent an operation for appendicitis Early sunday. His condition was reported As Good. The Royal or. A. Performed the operation on the 61-year-old tile King attended a dinner and reception last night at the French Indonesia i of resident Sukarno has been made Indonesia s chief of state for life by decision of the people s consultative Congress meeting in Bun Jakarta radio reported sunday. The broadcast Sukarno will attend a Congress meeting Mon Day to accept the decision. Who will be 62 next has been president of in world s fifth largest the birth of the re Public in 1945. The proposal to make Hirisi president for life was approved unanimously saturday Jakarta radio said. The which has More than 600 was appointed by Sukarno. It is the highest state to which the chief of state is responsible. The proposal for lifelong presi Dency was proposed last week by three minion member Central Trade federation. No constitutional changes were made by the Congress. Under the 1945 the Congress is supposed to elect a president every five years. The decision says Sukarno is named lifelong president based on considerations that great Leader of the Revo Lution has succeeded in exchanged passwords this revolution by achieving sue and that he is unifying Point of the entire revolutionary Peoples Fri testimony last week Dis made that he receive dosed some of its counterspy including surveillance by closed circuit As Well As the Sailor s signed state ment on now the spying was done. But was it secret rendezvous and. Not quite. Open action Fri agents testified that the de Yeoman c. Of walked in the front door of the soviet United nations Mission of fice of Park Avenue at least three times and probably More. In Drummond related he was Given a stay away from the an agent said. Were the secret documents carefully an Fri agent testified that Drummond usually dipped into a file in his office and brought out a fistful of papers grab bag hardly lavish was the Money used for lavish living in exotic cities or perhaps salted away for a spree later the Fri said Drummond bought a bar and Grill in a few Miles from the naval base where he was stationed. The russians apparently did try to maintain some of the traditional standards of espionage. Drummond told the Fri when he was transferred to new port from where he said i he was first approached in lie was contacted on a Given a Black bag and one of a pair of Matching cuff links with a horse head design. The password he was told to walk South on eighth Avenue from 125th Street on the first saturday of the month after his arrival in new York. He was told the i will show you the to the person who asked you me the Way to the Savon Ball Drummond told the Fri he met to a month. He also was paid bonuses of and for which he nothing according to Fri their testimony indicated that the payments May have totalled Over four years. The beginning the Fri said drummond1 was first a Street near his residence in London by a Man who said he had heard that drum mond was Sciort of Money. It was testified that Drummond took and gave the stranger a signed receipt then fit monthly meet started. Drummond we arrested sept. 28 while sitting in his parked car near a diner in Larch a suburb of new York City. Fri agents testified that a few hours earlier they had watched from hiding while Drimmond slipped secret naval papers from a file in the naval base office where he worked. Two of the agents were watching on closed circuit television equipment. Closed in they shadowed him to the Larchmont diner where he was met in the parking lot by two soviet diplomats. The Fri said they closed in and arrested him is he handed Over the documents to the russians. The soviet Diplo Mats left the country soon after Ward. They were named in the indictment As but not the Fri said they found in drum month car fix Mcreat papers that came from the Mobile electronics technical unit at the Newport naval base drum mond s work in the office was administrative and clerical. A Navy Captain testified that the papers concerned nuclear application of some missile and information on airborne countermeasures. Who is faces a possible death sentence if convicted. He joined the Navy is years ago. The Fri said Drimmond told them he had no love for the rus sians. He said he had been into espionage against my coun and offered to defect to. The soviet Union and spy . I can rectify some of the damage i have he told the Fri. There Wai no indication the Fri considered him up on. The offer. Have of i size 4 out sizes5 Are definitely v at Gary s visit our newly enlarged dept. Met big its t big jackets big suits big pants Van. Heusen and and sleeve. Mcgregor giants including Longs. And sports Coats Longs 38 to 52. To size 20 neck and to size up to 60 stouts. Extra i botany and Alleson of a tuft 60 including chinos. Malaria threat grows in Iran Iran malaria has become a serious threat to iranians living in the Southern provinces because mosquitoes which carry the disease Ance. The minority leaders commented in a joint press release issued through their offices Here. Gop leaders have said it is too Early to estimate revenues and expenditures in the budget for the fiscal year beginning next april l the democrats charged that Rockefeller led the state to the Point where substantial tax will be needed to bal Ance the new budget. He snapped. If i wanted to i d have to leave the ship. There just in t anything Board to sticking this thing out until either i lose the weight i want embassy Given in his Honor by a Mun to insects Vav _ i h 4 visiting French president Charles de Gaulle. He returned to Tatoli Palace at was stricken Early sunday morning and taken immediately to the Hospital. Crown Prince Constantine Hae assumed his father s duties for the remainder of the de Gaulle visit. The government announced sunday. To prevent malaria spreading to the Northern where it has been the government Nas imposed controls on the move ment of travellers from the South. Official reports said the disease has affected Many people but fatalities have not been heavy. Danish mayor visits new York new York Urban Han of by air sunday for a million loan from four private banking houses in new York. Who said the loan would be used for an automated Gas new buses and an electric Plant in will be received at City Hall Mon Day by mayor Robert f. Wag Ner. Call an expert on insurance and matched cuff links. The Ren go Vous apparently was made in Harlem because Drummond is a negro. He said arrangements were socks to size to size Etc. Northern lights Valley Plaza charge accounts open daily 10 p . Sats. Till 6 . Now first makes by Kenneth r. Baker e. A. O Connor District manager Kelt in crash Robert of was killed sunday in a two car collision this Niagara county Community. Inter under Loans houses vow Bert Paisley Harold a. Brown Loans up to of appraised value on Homes up to 10 years family owner terms up to 35 years on Cha Loans. Up to 30 years on conventional and go Loans. Trade in House Loans. If you buy a new Home and can t sell your old one Well loan you up to of the appraised value of your of Home for As Fong As years. You pay Only interest on this loan amortization. James Maccollum Arthur spa Dino no Down payment for qualified veterans. Collateral pledge. Loans permit Loans up of appraised value in some cases. To 48-hour commitment service a yes or no answer in most cases within two Days of the time you ask us for a mortgage loan. Science s new weapons against strokes t read the report on the recent advances made by Medicine in combating one of the. Common of All killers the stroke. It appears Sun May in this week Magazine. The Post Standard Init Francc Fok there Are Mere than 350 Utica Mutual Agency representatives in new York in the for one near Utica Mutual insurance co. Home not work Auto fim Piniano Marini workmen s compensation general liar hit ions these 6 representatives serving Syracuse Are All insurance they want to help you develop a Complete insurance program tailored to your specific requirements in this locale one that offers the greatest Protection at reasonable Cost. Utica Mutual premiums Are always the lowest consistent with Good and in Many cases a Utica Mutual detailed re evaluation of your present coverage can save you Many 1 your Utica Mutual specialists in Syra Euit provide comply tit and by tints Utica offers you modern facilities for Effi competent service. And your local Utica Mutual specialists Are always close at hand. Available on a moment s notice to a Crit you t Syracuse office Utica Mutual building 490 e. Street or 8-2124 first place to get a mortgage association main South Sauna St. Men. Dim thunk. -1 v sidewalk of mid i i . Branch Dewitt 1 to e . Mon. Thru Fri. In . I
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