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Record-Eagle (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Traverse City, Michigan Daily average paid circulation 6 month ending Murch 31, 19m Abc pub. Sutt mint Ai filed with the audit Bureau of subject to Dpi full leased wire service traverse City record Eagle Northern Michigan s greatest daily fourteen pages traverse City Michigan saturday june 13, 1964 sixty eighth the weather partly Cloudy cooler detailed information Page 3 a privilege to live in Michigan Price ten cents Scranton opens drive to win gop nod lbs Inonu to Confer on f us crisis turkish slates visit to Washington up tin Kish prime i Visier Ismel Inonu will meet Wuh president Johnson june 22 to discuss the Cyprus crisis it was announced today. The White House announced the timing of Pinomi s visit and sources there said it was rather obvious that the talks would j cover the Cyprus situation which has threatened to touch off War Between Greece and Turkey. Inonu is scheduled to arrive in Washington june 21 to begin two Days of talks with Johnson the following Day. House sources said they would neither anticipate nor foreclose a similar visit by greek prime minister George Papandreou. Johnson s invitation for Inonu to visit Washington was extended last week As part of an Effort to Avert turkish military intervention in Cyprus. Undersecretary of state George w. Ball met with Inonu in Ankara and Papandreou in Athens several Days ago in connection with thei e efforts. Ball told newsmen at the White House yesterday that the Cyprus situation still was u dangerous one with turkish leaders under pressure to in Vade Cyprus. This would be expected to touch off War with Greece because the Cyprus population is overwhelmingly of greek origin. Honoured by of the seven Fellows of Northwestern Michigan cited by the College for outstanding service to the institution received recognition at commencement exercises held Friday at Mark Osterlin Library. Shown Here from the left. Are Arnell Angstrom or. And mrs. Gerald Oleson Ferris j. Rennie and Ellis a. Wunsch. Also honoured but not present for the Pic Ture were or. And mrs. Harold Wise. Record Eagle photo a wac holds i graduation i exercises convention in session lbs Staebler ticket makes state dems Happy Florida asks night racial March ban Jacksonville Fla. Up state of Florida today asked a Federal judge to ban nighttime racial demonstrations in St. Augustine or give local authorities there other Means of controlling protests. State atty. Gen. James w. Kynes went before u. S. District judge Byran Simpson and asked permission to intervene As a Friend of the court in the explosive St. Augustine Situa Tion. He also requested the right to ask for a modification of a previous order by Simp son. On june 0. Simpson overturned a St Augustine emergency ordinance Banning night demonstrations and since then both negroes and Whites have con ducted marches. Some of the demonstrations have produced violence. Or. Martin Luther King or. Jailed in St. Aug sistine for ing to be served at a segregated restaurant was brought hero last night and was expected to testify in opposition to any bans on marches. Kynes argued in a petition prepared for Simpson that Florida state Law recognizes the rights of its citizens to express and assert their views and that the state protects the constitutional guarantees of its citizenry. Commencement exercises for i the 100 students of the class of 191j4 were held Friday in Mark Osterlin Library at North Western Michigan College. The commencement address was delivered by or. Arthur m. Eastman professor of English and director of freshman and Sophomore English courses at the University of Michigan. Or. Kastman s topic was two sides of the he spoke of the unions of opposites that give meaning to our and play graduation and commence ment ending and beginning. He likened Lite to a spinning Coin whose variations bring mean ing and value to existence. Les Biederman. Chairman of the Board of trustees presented j citations to Arnell g. Engstrom. J Ferris j. Rennie Gerald and Frances Oleson Harold and Imogene Wise and Ellis a Wunsch naming them As the first honorary Fellows of Northwestern Michigan col because of their contributions to the College in creative counsel monetary donations or Community spirited leadership since the time of its founding. The reverend James g. Grider delivered the invocation and the Benediction and the processional was played by Marge exo organist. The col lege choir Sang under the direction of John a. Merrill with mrs. Leon Schworm accompany ing. Degrees were conferred by Preston a. Tanis College director. John e. Mcchrystal Dean of academic affairs presented the graduates. A Brief reception followed the commencement exercises. I says West or. By i j iireatenin0 Berlin peace pleasant for the weekend our weekend weather will apparently be rather pleas ant. The weather Man predicts partly sunny and continued warm weather today with the Mercury again in the 70 a and fair skies tonight. Sunday May be just a mite cooler with a few Clouds and some northwesterly breezes. Monday s forecast is for partly Cloudy and cooler weather. Nothing very extreme in any of it. Moscow up Premier Nikita Khrushchev charging America Britain and France with threatening peace in West Berlin said today evacuation of All troops from the divided City would contribute to detente in Centra Europe. The soviet Leader in a joint signed with East German Leader Walter Ulbricht repeated Kremlin proposals Tor i turning Berlin into a free de militarized City. The communique considered mild in tone came on the heels of the signing of an Liast Ger Many soviet 20-year treaty of Friendship. Ulbricht flew Home i this morning after a two week j soviet visit. I at the same time Khrushchev accused West German Revanche its with the Connivance of Western occupation authorities of acting in S.C. a Way As to be capable of causing serious aggravation of the situation in Central the communique added the German problem cannot be solved by Lansing Michigan , satisfied a Johnson Staebler ticket will carry them to Victory in the november elections went through the formal procedures of their convention today Wuh a Happy air. From former gov. G. Mennen Williams came worn democrats Hove a feeling that the candid Acy of Lyndon b. Johnson for president and Neil Staebler for governor is what the party needs to carry Michigan in a big Way. Although Staebler still has to go through the formality of a election sept. 1 to gain the nomination there was no apparent doubt among the 2.000 conventioneers that the con Gres Nuin Al Lii go from Annar Bor will head the slate ticket. Staebler. Is to Date the parly s Only announced gubernatorial candidate and he received both direct and implied endorse ment from most of the leading democrats at a banquet Friday night which opened the Conven Tion. Williams who was governor for six terms from 1049 until and whose remarks were mostly in u Mellow tone showed his partisan feelings when he explained Why he was wearing a Staebler for governor pin. That just grew on me Over the last 20 the governor said in reference to Staebler s Long years of service to the party. I think when the time to vote conies around there Are business is booming in sister lakes Mich. Up business is booming in monster town. while townspeople at this southwestern Michigan resort quiver and quake Over the Lurk ing monster of sister most local businessmen smilingly admit sales Are up. Harvey s East a variety store reported yesterday that Spe Cial monster kits were Selling briskly. The kit which retails at consists of a baseball Bat a Mallet and Arrow a net and a flashlight. The hairy. 500-Pound mystery creature also has spawned a horror movie double feature at the nearby Dowagiac theater. Monst Erburger sandwiches now being offered at several area restaurants. Rising Gas sales at local stations due to the influx of curiosity seekers. Jack Hadley. A local Beer i distributor announced that he would offer a Reward for Ive capture of the beast the offer Good through 5 . June 22. But Hadley had to withdraw the offer when Cass county sheriff Robert Dool telephoned Hadley and asked that he drop the Reward to prevent the area from being overrun during the weekend. Hadley said he was withdraw ing the offer until S.C. time As a Safe monster Hunt can be carried going to be a lot More than 1 who find it s grown on them too and we re going to be n lot better off for atty. Gen. Fran a j. Be Ley. Master of ceremonies at the banquet also gave his Blessing to Staebler by introducing him As the next governor Michi former gov. John b. Swainson now Michigan s democratic National committeeman sent a Cable from France in which he said he was sure Staebler would Lead the party to Victory. The main business lying be fore the convention today was adoption of platform resolutions and ratification of delegates to attend the National convention in Atlantic City in August. Michigan will have 02 votes at the convention. One each goes to Swainson and National com Mitte Ewo Nan mrs. Mildred Jef Frey. The other 90 will be divided among 100 elected delegates rights Bill passage seen by next week Senate leaders Eye final vote on court candidate grand rapids up Robert b. Burns. 44-year-old former municipal court judge announced Friday he is a candidate for the Michigan court of appeals for the Western District of Michigan. The new a Pelate court ii have three divisions and three judges will be elected from each geographical division. Washington up soil up driving toward passage of its civil rights Bill next week today resumed rejecting South Ern sponsored amendments at a rapid ire clip. First to be Defeated in n sat urday session. Was an Amend ment by sen. Olin d. Johnston d-s.c., seeking to exempt fed eral Aid for child care and Fos Ter Homos from coverage under sections dealing with cutoff of Federal funds. The vote was to 29 against the proposal. Some Senate leaders were hop ing for a final vote on the Bill by mid week. Senate Republican Leader Everett m. Dirksen 111., said he thought about 500 remaining amendments could be disposed of in time for a vote wednesday. But sen. Richard b. Russell d-ga., said he thought a wednes Day Vole while possible was highly Senate democratic whip Hubert h. Humphrey minn., Mado it Clear that congressional Lead ers Hope to have the final Bill on president Johnson s desk for approval by july 4. I am hopeful we can end this by the Middle of next the Minnesota Democrat said. His prediction that the Senate would vote final passage of the most car reaching civil rights Bill in the nation s history about wednesday indicated that the end of the Long debate might come earlier than expected. When the Senate voted to Cut off the Southern filibuster last wednesday the most optimistic predictions for a final vote entered around the end of next week. Senate leaders planned a full Days session today to push the Bill toward the passage Point. Southern opponents still were determined to press for action on a number of Amend ments to the measure despite rejection of 11 of 13 proposals on Roll Cal votes yesterday. Only two minor amendments were accepted on voice votes. Humphrey said he hoped that by monday there would be fewer Roll Calls and More decisions by voice vote. Scranton announces gov. William Scranton gives an of sign As he departs in Baltimore Friday after announcing he will run for the gop presidential nomination. He made his announcement before the Maryland state re publican convention. Up telephoto move comes late Scranton faces ticklish task in luring Barry delegates today s chuckle the real problem of your Leisure is How to keep other people from using it. Washington up gov. William w. Scranton faces the i ticklish task of luring National convention delegates off the Goldwater bandwagon if he is to come close to winning the gop presidential nomination. Sen. Barry Goldwater already has too Many delegates lined up to be denied the nomination i unless a sizeable number can but persuaded or frightened into breaking away from him. It is this process which will be hazardous for Scranton. It would do him Little Good to up set Goldwater and win the gop nomination if in so doing he alienated most of the senator s supporters. They might then de cide to sit out the election and the gop needs All the workers it can get. Scranton admitted that the hour was late when he announced Friday that he was a candidate for the nomination. But he also expressed the be Field that More than half of the National convention Dele Gates Are not yet committed. Most but not All republicans have been saying since he won the june 2 primary in California that it was too late to Stop Goldwater. The United press International tabulation gives Goldwater Well Over 500 of the s55 Dele Gates he needs to win with More in sight Al state Conven Lions this weekend and later this month. Scranton has Only four weeks to whittle away at the senator s base and gain delegates to add 1 to his own prospective support i from the anti go Dwater Wing of the gop. He must run Uphill All the Way. The gop National convention gets under Way in. San Francisco july to opposition to Goldwater is based in the Northeast the mid dle Atlantic states Ohio and Michigan an area with about 400 convention delegates. Some of these already Are pledged to ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge and the still Active con tender gov. Nelson a. Rocke Feller 01 new York. Rockefeller also won Oregon s is delegates in a primary before lie lost to Goldwater in Cali fornia. Goldwater has some delegates in these areas just As there Are delegates opposed to him in what is generally considered Goldwater country. To have any Chance of win Ning the nomination Scranton must become tiie Leader of All the anti Goldwater republicans an assignment Rockefeller wanted but could not get. They be seen monster recent sighting of a nine coot 500-Pound monster reportedly seen on and off around sister lakes Mich., the past two years has touched off an intensive search of the area. Most recent sighting of. The thing was made by Gordon Brown 25, top an itinerant asparagus picker shown the size of the monster to unidentified companion. Mrs. Gordon Brown. 17, Bottom sketches the using Oil drum As easel. Up telephoto Flag Dav i j i rites sunday i Flag Day will be observed in traverse City sunday with a special Flag Day ceremony at Clinch Park under sponsor ship of the traverse City elks j Lodge As Well As a display of 25 american flags at Grant traverse memorial gardens. The elks urge All residents to display the american Flag i at their Homes As Well. The Public ceremony at Clinch Park will begin at 2 . The color guard from the traverse City coast guard air station will conduct the Flag raising and music will be provided by the Sweet Adeline. Les Biederman will give a history of the Flag and a Patri Otic address will be presented by Julius Sleder after which the audience will sing Ameri Ca the Beautiful to close the program. The flags flying sunday at memorial gardens on Rennie Hill Road have been preserved from the caskets of veterans buried at the cemetery. Staebler asks it gov. Spot be kept open Lansing Fuji Congress Man at Large Neil Staebler. Who apparently has the democratic nomination for governor sewed up said Friday night he wants to keep open the question of who Wil run for lieutenant governor. With rep nomination for the second spot not due to be made sept is when the democrats hold their fall convention seneber said. It would be bet Ter if no one freezes up on any one candidate now. I d rather things stayed state treasurer Sanford a. Brown whose present Job will be abolished by the new constr Jan. 1. Was Busy at the state democratic convention however drumming up support for the no. 2 spot. Staehler said. Sandy is certainly one of the Fine men in our party and he s one who has to be considered. But. I be even told him too that i d prefer that there is no freezing up on it the Field for lieutenant governor opened wide this week when incumbent t. John ski announced he would not seek a third term but instead will run for judge of the state court of appeals. Terms Barry s proposals outlandish7 Hartford. Conn. Up Pennsylvania gov. William Scranton today opened a full scale Campaign to wrest the re publican presidential Nomina Tion from sen. Barry Coldwater describing Goldwater s pro Grams am philosophies As out Scranton who flew to his native state in his nth hour drive i to woo delegates mentioned Goldwater Only once directly in a talk before the Connecticut j Republican convention. However i referred frequently to the front runner in the gop presidential race. Somebody asked me yester Day whether my candidacy was the beginning of a Stop Gold Vyater the governor said. My answer is this is a movement to win in the governor said that a Small but vocal minority too often has made our party sound naive irresponsible reactionary and heartless the outlandish proposals that have come from the Camp of the present front runner particularly in the Field of foreign affairs Are not real alternatives to the Johnson administrations they Are Mere echoes of it is a fact that we have reached the ludicrous Point where every responsible Leader in our party knows that to stave off defeat in november a make believe coating of moderation must be she lacked Over the views that have been uttered by the present 1 Scranton said. Because of havoc that has i been spread across the National landscape the Republican party wonders How it will make Clear to the american people that in does not oppose social Security the United nations human rights and a sane nuclear Kveum As Scranton headed for the meeting n floor fight broke out Over his bid for connect Cut s delegates. The governor called on the gop National convention to nominate a candidate who does offer a real Choice to the Ameri can he said the John son administration is Only marking Lime it is not mov ing America Forward. It should and can be turned out of office if the Republican party but first gets its own House in Scranton fired Sharp criticism at the Johnson administration in the Domestic and foreign at i fairs Fields. J he said the Federal govern 1 ment has become paternalistic enough to interfere with private initiative hut not imaginative enough to propose truly new the Federal govern ment has become centralized enough to choke state and local action but not efficient enough to get things he said. Ils. Resumes recon flights Over Laos where you la find weather Page 2 j radio program Page 4 to log Page 4 society Page 5 theatre Calendar Page 5 Calendar of 5 comics Page 6 Ann Landers Page 9 sports Page 10 Vikt axe Laos states has resumed its Aerial reconnaissance flights Over communist held territory in Laos a . Embassy spokes Man announced today. The spokesman said the flights Over red Patchet lao strongholds were started again yesterday. But he said future operational phases of S.C. mis Sions to keep an Eye on communist activities would not be made Public. The spokesman also denied communist charges that . Planes had strafed the Patchet lao Headquarters at Khang Khay on the Plains Des Jarres. A peking radio broadcast had alleged that an official of the communist chinese eco nomic and cultural Mission was killed and five other persons injured thursday when Ameri can made planes bombed and strafed Khang Khay. The peking broadcast tried to leave the impression that the planes were flown by americans a statement previously denied by the United states

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