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Tucson Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Tucson, ArizonaBreak out your colors tomorrow is frae Dav vol. 92 no. 142 Tucson Arizona. Saturday evening june 13, 1964 10 68 pases . Again n checks on Patchet lao recoil flights Are resumed Vientiane United states has resumed its Aerial reconnaissance flights Over communist held territory in Laos a . Embassy spokesman announced today. The spokesman said the flights Over red Patchet lao strongholds were started again yesterday. But he said future operational phases of such mis Sions to keep an Eye on communist activities would not be made Public. The spokesman also de Nied communist charges that . Planes had strafed the Patchet lao Headquarters at Khang Khay on the Plaine Des Jarres. A peking radio broadcast had alleged that an official of the communist chinese economic 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. In announcing resumption of the american reconnaissance flights the embassy spokesman told newsmen that we consider that it is not in the interest of Laos the United states or the pilots concerned to have operational phases of reconnaissance missions Board realigns voting districts wire photo service with a splash guests gasp As mrs. C. W. Nyhuis 29, a waitress 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 Over i she swam to safety without Aid As the audience applauded. Indications of a communist buildup for a possible at tack on the neutralise Strong hold of Muong Soui in North Central Laos were reported to Day by Western military sources. A Patchet lao attack on Muong Soui had been expected since the fall earlier this week of two tons. Other neutralise Posi Muong Soui straddles a vital East West Highway leading from the c o m m u n i s to controlled Plaine Des Jarres 110 Miles North of Vientiane. The sources said there were no reports of actual fighting n the Muong Soui area. Reports of a new Patchet lao buildup followed a request by neutralise Premier Souvanna Houma that american military reconnaissance flights Over the communist held territory be resumed in Light of information received regarding important movements by communist forces. There was belief he May have been hinting at new con Voy movements from North Viet Nam into Patchet lao territory. Earlier american photographic flights spotted such convoys and paved the Vay for Success Ful laotian fighter bomber strikes against communist columns. Nixon scores weak attitude by Scranton great Plains lashed by High winds by associated press thunderstorms continued across Many sections in the Eastern half of the nation to Day. The most severe storms Dur ing the night were in parts of the great Plains. Wind gusts of 90 . Swept the Russell Kan., area causing some prop try damage. Thunderstorms also struck areas from Texas into the Ohio Valley the Southern appalachians and in the Southeastern states. Nearly inches of rain doused Augusta ga., in a two hour thunderstorm yesterday. Some streets were flooded and Trees and Utility lines knocked Down. Heavy Hail pelted Mari Etta near Atlanta. Winds gusted up to 62 Miles an hour at Indianapolis ind., and blew the roof off a Church. Amarillo tex., reported winds of 70 Miles an hour. A Windy blast ripped the roof from a school at Cawker City Kan. By wire service new York former Vic president Richard m. Nixon Early today scored Pennsy Vania gov. William w. Scran ton for vacillating on a decision to enter the race for the Republican presidential Nomine Tion. Nixon said Scranton had fighting Chance but Warne the governor must now be i own Man. He must make i own decisions and riot appear to be a puppet mane Vered a someone specifically Nixon criticized Scranton for weakening in his resolve to enter the Rac last week following a reported Telephone Call from forme president Dwight d. Eisenhower. I must say that gov. Scran ton made a very unfortunate impression on sunday by i weak vacillating attitude on the lbs face the nation1 television Nixon said. If a Man receives a phone Call and then changes his mind he in t a very Strong observed the former vice pres ident on arrival Here from a two Day business trip in London not even if the Call is from general a news Man asked Nixon. Said Nixon. Nixon said recent criticism of him by the gop front runner sen. Barry Goldwater was attributable to rather inaccurate press reports of events at the tomorrow High of 97 yesterday Clear and fair. Today unchanged up there. Tomorrow Likely the same see How Tucson won its Fame itto mostly Clear weather is forecast for tonight and to Morrow with Little change in temperature. The Mercury is expected tomorrow to Rise to 97. A Low of 62 is predicted. This morning s Low was 62. Yesterday s High was 95. Full weather report past 10. Recent governors conference in Cleveland. Nixon said Goldwater s description of him As sounding More and More like Harold Stassen was All a misunderstanding. Stassen a former Minnesota governor and con tender for the nomination has failed in past attempts at a political comeback. Nixon said he not initiate a drive to push Michi gov. George Romney s candidacy at the convention but that this was the mistaken belief of Goldwater. It was Goy. Romney s idea not Nixon told news men. He said he told Romney Only that it would be a healthy thing for the party if he chose to run. Meanwhile Scranton embarked today on what he depicts As a Lincoln Ian crusade to Rescue the Republican party from the Goldwater conservatism he sees As threatening a gop defeat in november. To make up for lost time Scranton sets off today in quest of delegates flying to Hartford to address the Connecticut state Republican convention. He obviously has a lot of catching up to do. With the convention opening a month from today Scranton has Only 92 Dele Gates to Goldwater s with 655 needed for nomination. In another development gov. George w. Romney of Michi says he is finding it increasingly difficult even to con Sider supporting Goldwater for the Republican presidential nomination. He made the statement in a press conference in Lansing mich., yesterday at which he expressed pleasure at Scran ton s announcement of Candi Dacy for the nomination. Pro Castro plot seen in dominican blasts Santo Domingo dominican Republic a member of the dominican Republic s ruling Unta has expressed belief that to Castro saboteurs caused the immune Tori dump explosions in Santo Domingo which killed 9 persons and injure 111. A government source said free civilian suspects had been arrested and confessed. One of he men was picked up at the University of Santo Domingo a Center of Castro sympathizers. Suspects were not identified by name. Donald Reid Cabral head of he triumvirate r in a radio television address yesterday that thursday s explosion had been it deliberately and promised a Ocrough investigation. He also disclosed that police had been authorized to search the autonomous University grounds often Refuge for foes of the govern ment. In new York another Mem or of the ruling Junta flatly lamed communist terrorists of Ernuel Tavares Espaillat told in associated press it was an attempt by the Astro communists to imitate Idel Castro s 26th of july at ack and create a second Cuba n the americas Tavares whose son is receiving medical treatment in new York said the dominican triumvirate had Advance warning that the Castro communists were preparing a spectacular blow for about june 14." this was a desperate at tempt to keep themselves on the political scene due to the people s repudiation of their terrorist methods of sowing anarchy and trying to frustrate the astonishing economic civic and political recovery of the dominican he added. Stolen item hard to hide Flint House 3 trains derailed by reds j mines used by Viet Cong Saigon Viet Nam in communist Viet Cong mines de railed three trains and blew up two trucks yesterday killing six persons the ministry of defense announced. It was one of the busiest Days for Viet Cong saboteurs along the 600 mile Saigon Quang Tri Railroad line South Viet Nam s Only North South rail link. The first train hit a mine 200 Miles North of Saigon Damag ing the locomotive derailing two cars and killing two militia men and a child aboard. The second train 330 Miles North of Saigon hit a mine. The locomotive was heavily dam aged. The third train 370 Miles North of Saigon hit a mine which damaged the locomotive and 17 Yards of track. Government forces killed 13 Viet Cong 120 Miles Southwest of Saigon yesterday when a government unit clashed with a Viet Cong Force near Vinh Loi in a Xuyen province. Mean White in Saigon pre Mier maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh told representatives of More than 30 political parties and professional and religious groups in South Viet Nam today to Stop bickering and close ranks behind the government. He warned them against the tragic example of confusion and chaos set by the French fourth Republic splintered by political parties before presi Dent Charles de Gaulle took Over. Khanh addressed the opening session of a noisy convention of political parties called to draw up a code regulating the size number and role of political Par ties in this communist threat ened nation. The convention reflected the political and religious turmoil which has threatened this coun try since the regime of the late president Ngo Dinh diem was overthrown last november. Each of the political and Relig by Bishop Green catholics Are urged to Back Equality Laws by Steve emer1ne the most Rev. Francis j. Green today called on All Cath Olics in the diocese of Tucson to give your be hearted Active support to efforts to pass Public accommodations ordinances in Tucson and Phoenix. In a prepared statement Bishop Green said i am wholeheartedly in a or of seeing such ordinances become the Bishop s statement came on the heels of announcements by leaders of five local organizations that they will Send spokesmen to City Hall monday afternoon to urge the City Council to pass a Public accommodations Law. From All indications leaders of the five groups said they will be joined by even More organizational representatives. The request for himself and others to appear before the Council on the Public accommodations question was made by Michael j. Ames of the local chapter of the Congress of racial Equality. The Rev. Casper i. Glenn president of the local chapter of the National association for the advancement of coloured people and mrs. Melvin Dixon president of links a professional women s group said to Day that they r so will appear. Joe Guzman president of the fraternity for the advancement of mexican americans and Rob Ert Small executive Secretary of the Tucson commission on human relations said their groups would Send representatives. In his message addressed to the clergy and the faithful of the diocese of Bishop Green said i have written to you before about the problem of racial discrimination and our Christian duty to secure civil rights for All our citizens especially Mem Bers of minority groups. This is without doubt one of the major crises facing our nation and every Community in the land. We cannot regard this problem As a purely political question because it is Funda mentally a moral and religious problem. It is very intimately tied up i with our Basic idea of the dig nity of every Man As a child o god. That is Why discrimination by reason of race Creed or color is morally indefensible and ought to be rejected by every Christian and american who truly believes in democracy. But Mere words and exhortations no matter How sincere Are no longer sufficient. Thei must be followed up by the necessary logical actions to put this belief into practice. One of the Many opportunities now being offered us is by supporting the proposed Public accommodations ordinances be ing discussed both in Tucson and in Phoenix. No matter what action the u. S. Senate May eventually take we can go on record now As favouring Complete democracy in the use of facilities offered to the general Public. I am wholeheartedly in favor of seeing such ordinances become Law and encourage each continued on Page 2 ious groups has been clamouring for a voice in the government. Most claim to be Liberal nationalist anti communist and anti neutralise but few of them see Eye to Eye. Inonu will meet with Johnson Turk ish prime minister Ismet Inonu will meet with president John son june 22 to discuss the cyp rus crisis it was announced to Day. The White House announced the timing of Inonu s visit and sources there said it was rather obvious that the talks would cover the Cyprus Situa Tion which has threatened to touch off War Between Greece and Turkey. Inonu is scheduled to arrive in Washington june 21 to be Gin two Days of talks with Johnson the following Day. By 4 yanks in Cuba destruction of . Government advocate of the . Government i advocated by four negro students among a group of 7 americans who Are visiting Cuba in Defiance of state department restrictions. A statement denouncing the North american Racis King loses gun Duel san Jose. Calif. Fri agents captured George Zavada one of their 10 most wanted men in a gun Duel last night. White 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. Has been an indignant the Fri said Zavada 48-year county caller told the Genesee sheriff s office yesterday. Sure enough the four room Frame House in grand Blanc township purchased by Floyd Ray of Burton township last sep tember was missing. Not Only was the 24-by-24 foot Home gone but so was its foun Dation and the septic tank and the property had been graded Over. Ray said he last visited the place two weeks ago. Old native of Cleveland Ohio was wanted in connection with a string of armed Bank robberies in California and Nevada including the Holdup of a Sacramento Bank thursday. Agents said Zavada who styled himself the King and had that term monogrammed on his Wallet car door and undershirts chose to shoot it out with them when they surprised him leaving a West san Jose House. This time. Gun not forgotten Rosemont Iii. If _ a Holdup Man determined to save face returned yesterday to com Mit a Job he embarrassingly botched the week before. Tonight this is he told Ralph Homer 36, a night clerk at the Sheraton of Hare Motel Northwest of Chicago. Homer facing a pistol handed him last saturday Homer said the same Man tried the same thing. Do you have a Homer said he asked him then. The Man Hung his head sheepishly and walked out. Government was issued by the our. It added we realize the United states government is the suggest farce in history and must be six others among the 73 men women and children who arrive yesterday by Way of Prague Czechoslovakia Are negroes. A 23-year-old new yorker e Lemansky identified himself a group Leader and a communist he handed out a statement declaring we have different reasons for coming to Cuba by we Are United in our opposition to our government s efforts to prevent United states citizen from travelling to Cuba. The four negroes identified themselves As Ernest Allen 21 Jackpot starts climbing again citizen Charlie is off and running again. This week he was offer ing but no one could in the Tucson daily citizen. So next week the amount moves up to the Puzzle will be printed monday and tuesday. Correct solution to this week s Puzzle May be found on Page 10. Documents show for and Churchill took dim View of de Gaulle Washington it the United states has stirred up diplomatic circles by publishing once secret correspondence in which Franklin d. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill etched in acid their impatience with France s Charles de Gaulle. Roosevelt complained that de Gaulle then an aspiring French Leader in exile saw him self As a Messiah and Churchill pictured him in turn As a strutting combination of Joan of arc and Clemenceau. The dispatches Between the two Allied Lead ers in world War ii were written Back in 1943. In releasing the documents yesterday he state department went out of its Way to say that publishing the tart remarks of Churchill and Roosevelt did not grow out of this country s current troubled relations with de Gaulle. It said it was part of its program of releasing documents 20 or More old. Although Staif department historians have authority to Blue Pencil items that would tend to impede current diplomatic negotiations or that would give needless offence they left in enough to raise diplomatic Eye brows. Roosevelt told Churchill he was so fed up with de Gaulle that he wished be grand Charles would head for the Oasis off some where instead of continuing political asked Roosevelt does t de Gaulle go to i am no More enamoured of him than you Churchill replied but i would rather have him on the committee the British backed French National committee than strutting about As a combination Joan of arc and said Churchill s foreign minister Anthony Eden de Gaulle has caused me More trouble than All the other allies put Oakland calif., a student at the University of California a Berkeley Luke Tripp 23, de troit student at Wayne state Charles Berrard 24, los Angeles student at los Angeles City col lege and Ron Bedford 26, St Louis architectural craftsman. The 73 circumvented j. S restrictions on cuban travel a obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and then to Prague before flying to Havana Lemansky said the group members were from various parts of the United states and puerto Rico. We hold Many Dif Ferent beliefs and belong to Many different he said. The americans 49 men and 24 women planned a two month stay in Cuba. This would have them on hand for the Cerebra Ion of the july 26 he party of prime minister Fidel Castro. In Washington the state department said Only that it earned the group was in route o Cuba and notified u. S. Embassies in Paris and Prague. But he word was too late for the embassies to reach the students and warn them of the Conse Lences of a visit to Cuba. Lemansky told newsmen the rip was arranged by the Stu Lent committee for travel to Cuba the organization that Spon ored a trip to Cuba last year by 9 american students. He said he cuban federation of univer ily students Feu was paying he group s expenses. Say area gets slight Jolt san Francisco my the an Francisco Bay area was opted by a slight earthquake esterday. Earth jiggles were Elt As far As 15 Miles away in .1 Cerrito across the san fran Isco Bay. There were no dam reports. Jay still behind by Peter Starrett Pima county supervisors yesterday realigned their voter districts so they Are closer to equal but still reflect a population spread Between two districts. The new estimated population count 1 supervisor Den Nis supervisor Pete 3 supervisor Thom As 95.361. William a. Small editor and publisher of the Tucson daily citizen who forced the redistricting in a court action indicated today he is not Happy with the new alignment but feels it is acceptable under the circumstances. The shift Means that for he first time a substantial number of metropolitan Tucson voters Are in Jay s District which previously has been based in Ajo and included the massive lightly populated county area stretching for Well Over 100 Miles West of Tucson. A total of 23 voter precincts located mostly in the Northwest Section of the City Are affected. Jay s District now includes All the metropolitan area North of Grant Road and West of Alvernon Way with the exception of three precincts along the Casa Grande High Way which remain in Rubi s District. Generally the new slice places most of the Amphitheater and flowing Wells districts As Well As a Large part of the Catalina Foothills residential area in Jay s District. In addition a Large precinct West of the Santa Cruz River and North of Valencia Road was added to Jay s District. The formal action was carried out at a special Board meeting ate yesterday with Rubi pro posing the new alignment and Lay seconding the motion. Weaver did not vote on the motion and reserved comment except to say it s not too bad. We had some differences on where the lines should be but he results Are the the supervisors Are required by Law to redistrict every to years and to set the districts of the population of each is As Learly equal As possible. They vent through the motions of doing it in april but left the districts with in Wear r a in Rubi s and Only ,000 in Jay s. Small acting As a private Cit zen asked the Superior court or a writ of mandamus to Cornel them to redistrict More qually. Judge Raul Castro ranted the writ and gave the supervisors until june 19 to do last week they released a pro used shift that would have continued on Page 2 inside today s Citi Church news 8, 9 citizen Charlie 10 comics 28, 29 crossword Puzzle 9 deaths 9 editorials 10 Homes 41-60 movie times 24 sports 8, 7 to radio dials 26, 27 woman s View 31, 32

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