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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Titusville, PennsylvaniaPrecis indicated Western Pennsylvania partly Cloudy today and sunday with Tew showers or thundershowers High in 80s Low tonight in 60s on Page five ten cents Germany and user sign new peace pact diplomats see it creating no new crisis by Henry s Bradsher Moscow a the soviet Union and communist East Germany signed a 20year Friendship treaty Friday but stopped Short of sparking new International crisis Over Ger Many and Berlin cautiously soviet Premier Khrushchev characterized the pact As contributing to peace Ful regulation of the German question he warned that the Issue can absolutely unexpectedly provoke a catastrophe the treaty specifically said soviet obligations under the Potsdam agreement with the West signed after world War ii would not be affected this treaty concerned us soviet British and French control in Germany and the statement pre Means Western Access rights to Berlin remain As they Are the United states Britain and France after urgent consultation judged the pact to be Short world War ii peace treaty and thus is creating no new critical situation a Sepa rate peace treaty would have meant East Germany could claim total authority Over a Cess to West Berlin for which the West now holds Moscow solely responsible Khrushchev announced the treaty to a cheering audience of 6000 while the treaty said one of its purposes was to make easier the conclusion of a Ger Man peace treaty it appeared to fall Short of what visiting communist chief Walter Ulbricht of East Germany wanted the treaty said the two signers consider West Berlin an Independent political unit and not a part of the West Ger Man Federal Republic this could become the basis for some new attempt to change the Sta Tus of West Berlin but Diplo Mats in Moscow said his was not Clear court backs newspaper on movie and Pittsburgh a an Allegheny county common pleas court judge refused Fri Day to Grant a preliminary in Junction that would have compelled the Pittsburgh press to print a movie advertisement after the denial attorney Charles h Harris told the court Well take it Ali the Way to the supreme court he said the papers refusal to print the and constituted prior restraint on publication which is barred by the constitutional guarantees of free press Harris represented eight Pitts Burgh area driven theatres who asked the court to com Mand the scrip Showard paper to print an advertisement for the movie blood feast the paper rejected the and Harris said because its manag ing editor Leo Koberlein found the movies title distasteful Publ hed in the Birthplace of the of 1 daily paper in the Oil 1865 t1tusville a saturday morning june 13 1964 2000mile Bike ride Paul r pop Kepner 6s sits on his bicycle at the United states Pavilion at the worlds fair in new York after peddling All the Way from Houston Tex some 2000 Miles in five weeks its great to be alive every Day is a glorious new experience says pop who was musical director of the movie the jazz Singer starring Al Jolson around 35 years ago 73 americans Fly to Cuba despite ban vow Erhard to get All Green lights Bonn German a a new control system in the West German capital will give Chancellor Ludwig Erhard a Clear nonstop route to any destination on getting a Call from the chancellery a duty officer pushes a Button and Erhards limousine gets Green lights All the Way civil rights popular vote move loses Washington a the Senate turned Down 6722 Fri Day a proposal by sen Richard b Russell Dag to submit the civil rights Bill to a popular vote in the november National elections the vote capped the hottest argument of the cloture bound debate which pitted Russell and Senate Republican Leader Everet m Dirksen of Illinois against one another with rising voices and Arm waving each used up about on third of the hour allowed to each senator for talk about All amendments and the Bill itself it was one of the most dramatic episodes of the 77day old civil1 rights debate it came As an interlude in the senates continued rejection in rapid fire order of a succession of Amend ments offered by the Southern foes of the Bill headed by rus sell Reward offers net 27 defectors Saigon South Viet Nam government Campaign to win Over communist Viet Cong guerrillas with offers of rewards has netted 27 defectors in the past month us military i spokesmen reported Friday the guerrillas Are promised rewards for weapons they i hand in travel to Europe then to Havana mostly students Havana a a group of 73 americans described As mostly students arrived by Way of Prague Friday for a visit of More than a month made despite the us state depart ment ban on travel to Cuba several children accompanied the group whose arrival and photographs made front Page news in havanas newspapers the stories recalled the group us students who visited Cuba last summer despite obstacles raised by the Yankee government fridays group 49 men and 24 expected to stay at least through july 26 which Marks the anniversary of the storming of the Moncado bar Racks in 1953 by forces led by Fidel Castro then a struggling revolutionary the students circumvented the us travel ban by obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and then to Prague before coming to Havana British Library seeking 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 surgery slated for sen Pechan Ford City a sen Albert r Pechan farm Strong the Senate majority whip said Friday he will enter the University of Pennsylvania Hospital monday for surgery Pechan 63 also said he still Hopes to be Able to attend the gop National convention in san Francisco next month Khrushchev has serious problem right on own Doorstep in Romania by William l Ryan a special correspondent if red China is a Thorn in so Viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Side communist to mania is a painful Pebble in his shoe the polite Bucharest Moscow argument symbolizes a gather ing threat that notions of nation Al and Independent communism will get out of hand in Khrushchev Domain Khrushchev antagonist in Romania is neither pro chinese nor pro Moscow he is pro Romania in the soviet bloc he is the last of the stalinist party Bosses the Only one to survive flit Khrushchev wave of de salinization romanian party chief Gheorghe Gheorghiu Dej Long has been noted As ruthless but flexible he has not hesitated to turn Westward for help in his ambitious program to industrialize Romania evidently the Kremlin re Gards Gheorghiu Dej As setting an example which can spread an infection through the whole Eastern european bloc he has shown others that even a Small communist country can live in the Shadow of the soviet Union these clays and successfully defy Khrushchev while Gheorghiu Dej now 62 in his Long and violent career faithfully toed the Stalin line he differed from other satellite communist leaders in one important respect he was the Only one of them who had not been trained in Moscow he was a Homegrown product probably Gheorghiu Dej wastes no love on either the russians or the chinese peking once vilified him As a budding titlist he can remember the soviet occupation of Romania the soviet practice of milking his country for Moscow Bene fit it is unlikely Romanias party would Side with red China in a communist showdown but Gheorghiu Dej has not Cut his communications with China he also retains diplomatic ties with Little Albania peking sound ing Board in Europe for attacks on Khrushchev there is Little for americans to Admire in the romanian re Gime but the development of this second front in a communist Camp cold War indicates possible dividends for us pol icy toward Eastern Europe Assembly sets stage for Windup project 70 in position for final vote Harrisburg a the stage is set for the Widup of the 1964 general Assembly next week expected to be either tuesday or wednesday the House and Senate met for less than 15 minutes each Fri Day As they advanced several Bills including project 70 into position for a final vote then both houses adjourned until monday project 70 the j70 million land acquisition program for Conser vation and recreational purposes Isth last remaining item of prime importance on the Assem Bly schedule it passed the Senate but was amended by the House game and conservation committee be fore being released to the floor for action both Republican and demo cratic leaders have indicated that the measure has the votes to pass despite some reported dissatisfaction on both sides of the aisle earlier in the week House and Senate conferees reached agreement on different versions of the Scranton administrations eminent Domain land condemnation revision legislation a similar conference commit tee was reported to be in Tenta Tive agreement on the Bill Dollar general appropriations Bill to cover government spending in the new fiscal year beginning july 1 this committee is expected to present its report to both Cham Bers monday eos sad and so Are her friends Jacksonville Fla Cleo got a new Home Friday and she was a Little nervous about the neighbors they Are Lions Cleo is a Ion too but she had never seen another lion unti she moved into the Jackson Ville zoo All of cleos friends have been human mostly children and scientists at the University of Florida she is a wonderful lion said Robert Rhoades University medical student we did count less tests on rays blood she never growled at ail she just would wait quietly for someone to pet her when they were Over but Cleo has grown too Strong to play with her favorite friends Young sons of Anatomy prof Joseph Gennaro they watched Dol fully As Cleo was placed in her new Home Cleo circled it a few times discovered the boys outside and sat Down to stare Back it was hard to Tell who was sadder Jet flights Over Laos to resume Vientiane Laos Noring violent red reaction Premier Prince Souvanna Phou a said Friday that us recon Naissance planes will resume flights Over Laos in a Day or two reversing a previous Posi Tion he said american armed fighters Are Welcome to Fly escort thursday he had announced a temporary suspension of the flights Over territory held by the pro communist Patchet lao he gave As his reason that the a thet lao forces had halted after driving his neutralise army from the Plame Des Jarres 110 Miles Northeast of Vientiane unfortunately Souvanna told a news conference Friday recent information reaching us shows that important movement of Patchet lao and Viet Minh communist North vietnamese troops Are taking place in these zones the flights will therefore be continued and if the Patchet lao want them to Stop it is up to them to create the necessary conditions indirect approach Guadalajara Mexico a the government has imported otters to eat the water lilies that Are destroying fish in nearby Lake Chapala the Drake kills 4 children mrs Mitchell Zlatovich 24 sits in custody in Midland a after a Telephone Call to police saying she had shot her four children following an argument with her husband the bodies of the Chil Dren were found in their Beds Turk greek chieftains May visit us Washington a the prime minister of Turkey and possibly the prime minister of Greece May come to washing ton in a few weeks for separate talks with president Johnson on the Cyprus crisis undersecretary of state George w Ball who returned thursday night from a presiden tial Mission to the two countries held open the Prospect of the two visits Friday following a conference with Johnson Ball told reporters at the White House he could not say anything about the visits at this Point but might something to Sav later Ball reportedly judged the Cyprus conflict involving the two nato allies to be danger Ous but not hopeless and presumably reported that judgment to the it is understood he was impressed at finding that in both Athens and Ankara officials were concerned by the peril of a widening split Between the two major Western amies in the East Ern Mediterranean Region message sent to Goldwater by Scranton Baltimore map gov William w Scranton Dis closed Friday he had sent a Telegraph to sen Barry Goldwa Ter on Friday pointing out his reasons for contesting Goldwa Ter for the Republican presiden tial nomination the text dear Barry last night i tried to Telephone you i know you realize that because of Prin Ciple i have made the decision now announced certainly you will respect that i think you know too that though i cannot agree with Many of the positions you have taken i respect you As a Man i will say nothing in the weeks ahead to diminish that respect on the issues i will be vigorous with All the Power at my command on personalities i will be silent the Telegram was signed Bill Scranton Scranton enters race blasts barrys policies Ike Scranton enters race but he still stops Short of endorsement by George Esper Gettysburg Paap former president Dwight d Eisenhower told four Pennsylva Nia Republican legislators Fri Day that he was Happy that gov William w Scranton had decided to seek the Republican presidential nomination Eisenhower however stopped Short of endorsing Scranton the lawmakers said they asked Eisenhower to endorse gov Scranton for the nomination sometime Between now and the opening of the gop National convention in san fran Cisco july 13 Eisenhower How Ever gave them no commit ments the representatives also announced plans at a news Confer ence to have Pennsylvania House members launch a Mas Sive Campaign to Contact Mem Bers of other state Legislatures and attempt to get them to use their influence on Scranton be half the four Pennsylvania House members were reps Allen d Williams Bucks h Jack Selzer Lebanon Cecil k Lefaver Knight Cambria and Alvin c Bush looming the four said they officially represented 27 Republican Mem Bers of the state House of representatives they said they personally feared that the Candi Dacy of Arizona sen Barry Goldwater would Hurt their chances for reelection Williams said he was disappointed with both Scranton and Eisenhower last monday when reports from the National Gover nors conference in Cleveland indicated Eisenhower had put a Damper on Scranton participation in a s t o Goldwater movement the legislators said however they Learned certain things happened in Cleveland that were misunderstood by both Scranton and Eisenhower the four declined to say what these things were they said they were Happy to find it was Only a misunderstanding and not a disagree ment the four added that Eisenhower shares our concern about the party and this years elec Tion they declined to elaborate on the statement More to in Italy Milan Italy ment figures show a Sharp up turn in the number of privately owned television sets in from 697524 in 1962 to 827627 last year governor Scranton Scranton too late Goldwater contends still sees Nixon As final hurdle to nomination by the associated it is too late now Goldwa Ter said in an interview with the National broadcasting co it is a desperation move he will have to wage a costly Vig Orous Campaign to convince delegates pledged to me that it would be a mistake to stay with me Goldwater said former vice president Richard m Nixon was the prime mover i n getting Scranton to enter the race the governor said he decided Only thursday night to do so Nixon who is not a declared candidate said in the Wake of Scranton announcement that he was Neutral Goldwater has said repeatedly he thinks Nixon will be his final hurdle on the Way to the Nomi nation Many refugees new Delhi India More than 434000 religious refugees have fled from East Pakistan into the Indian states of West Bengal Assam and Tri Pura the government reports the treks started in january during hindu moslem conflicts should enter him in race Stanton Del a the owner of a pair of sire 12 loafers can pick them up at the Delaware Park race track Here by paying the Price of admission track officials said a teen age Gate Crasher ran out of the shoes monday when he bolted through a Gate near the paddock saboteurs Are blamed in blasts Santo Domingo Domini can Republic a a fiery Chain of ammunition dump explosions at a suburban Barracks killed 8 persons and injured 111 others thursday night and Early Friday the government blamed unknown saboteurs police disclosed also an at tempt to blow up a French liner at dockside Donald Reid Cabral head of the ruling Threeman civilian Junta gave the latest casualty count in a radio television address to the people of this res Tive Caribbean Island Republic ill Scranton Best known least understood by Jack Lynch Harrisburg a gov William w Scranton is consid ered one of the Best known and least understood politicians in Pennsylvania depending on the political j Point of View he is either one of the Cra Tiest politicians spawned in this state in some time or he was born under a Lucky Star there is some Validity to both but a More accurate assess ment of the lean handsome six footer is that he would rather be with his Young family than with politicians and that he is in Public life Only out of a sense of duty Scranton was twice drafted i to run for Public office before his announcement Friday that he would seek the Republican presidential nomination to offer his party a Choice Between so called moderates Anri conserva Tives Scranton classifies himself As moderate who believes strongly in financial stability but who has a greater concern for human rights he built up a budget surplus during his first two years As governor while increasing Aid to schools and teachers salaries and raising welfare payments i a Man of Strong determine j Tion and courage Scranton took Ion the old political pros and made them accept a civil serv ice Reform that Cut deep into the patronage system he also took on organized labor and forced Reform of states nearly bankrupt unemployment compensation Laws but the 46yearold scion of a wealthy family which gave its name to Scranton Pennsylva Nias third biggest City is affable and easy going and is slow to be aroused but once stirred he is a tenacious har Hilting fighter with a tremendous flair for campaigning after finally acceding to pleas from northeastern Penn Sylvania republicans he agreed to run for Congress in 1960 and upset a democratic incumbent by 17000 votes in a heavily democratic District he was serving in Congress when republicans calling them selves moderates prevailed upon him to oppose Philadelphia mayor Richardson Dilworth and end eight years of democratic control in the governors office in one of the bitterest campaigns in Pennsylvania history which is Replete with notorious fights Scranton swamped dil Worth by 487000 votes almost immediately state pol j Itic ians clamoured for him to seek the presidency Scranton demurred and set about build Inga formidable record of accomplishment in hrs first two years Scranton adamantly stated a had no ambition to be presi Dent scoffing at the idea that every american boy wants the nations highest office emotional fuse was lit last weekend when former president Dwight d Eisenhower apparently asked him to make himself More available then withheld his sup port the next Day the scene was the governors conference at Cleveland and the top chief executives were trying to launch a Boom to Stop sen Barry Goldwater of Arizona from clinching the nomination without a Challenge Scranton was shaken by the Eisenhower development close aides also reported the governor was disturbed by Gold Waters views on civil rights legislation and his vote against shutting off Senate debate on the measure was clearly very disturbed said an aide but we had no hint he was going to change his mind until thursday when he asked us to go to the Man Sion at Indiantown we kicked it around then at he said Well do it concedes it will be Uphill fight vows crusade for progressive republicanism by Walter r wears Baltimore map Pennsylvania gov William we Scranton charged into the race for the Republican presidential nomination Friday Labelling the Deas of front running sen bar by Goldwater a weird parody of traditional gop principles to the chants and cheers of Lis the jeers of Goldwater supporters Scran on vowed a crusade for progressive republicanism in going to go every place that will have me and Tell them Why i think we should have progressive republicanism and Why i want to be the candidate the 46yearold former congressman declared no Campaign manager no itinerary and 32 Days to go in the race forthe it will be an Uphill fight but he said Goldwater Hast won the nomination his towering Lead in Delegate strength the Gray haired governor he Side candidacy Kef Cra More than people at the Maryland re puts lican state convention steaming hotel ballroom no doubt of target his fou Page declaration was packed with Tough talk about the Goldwater Brand of conservatism Scranton didst mention the Arizona senator by name but he left no doubt of his target Scranton said the party needs a presidential nominee who can bolster its other doom them to undeserved de feat and he declared that the gop will come out of its National convention United behind our traditional principles not some weird parody on our real beliefs Scranton went from the packed convention Hall to a equally packed news conference and said he changed his after declaring last sunday he would not try to defeat Gold i came to the conclusion that we do hot want to read Lincoln out of the party and that we want to have a progressive kind of America pinning the parody Label of Goldwater with out naming said most republicans believe to civil rights for All person Sand their equal and in economic philosophies that would move Forward both in jobs and creating the answers to unemployment i think that there Are in the course of the last several months As i have heard them and he has explained them some rather weird conclusions of other persons on these mat ters Scranton said Lodge Man to support r Scranton Gettysburg a the National chairman of the Campaign committee of Ambas Sador Henry Cabot Lodge threw his organizations support Fri Day behind the filth hour bid o Pennsylvania gov William w Scranton for the Republican presidential nomination Maxwell m Rabb lodges representative said in a state ment we Are proud to support Scranton and we know be Wol be victorious in again in Rabb his am after conferring for an with former president d d Eisenhower he held conference on the Lawn outside Eisenhower office Here

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