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Washington C H Record Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Washington Court House, Ohio The weather phone 335-3611 continued warm tonight with a few scattered thundershowers this evening. Low tonight around 70. Sunday considerable cloudiness. Chance of showers and a Little cooler North. Full associated press leased wire service for state National and world news. The associated press is entitled exclusively to use All local news in this newspaper. Washington c. H., Ohio saturday june 13, 1964 vol. 106�?no. 156 Xiv y Al gov. Scranton opens Lincoln Ian crusade few changes no new danger p8r7 a expected in a seen in pact w. Rights Rill a i a his opponent in Lyilla Lull German Chancellor Ludwig er-1 Washington apr Sua freeway progressing Here is the new 24-foot Lane of interstate it. 71, extending Northeast to previously completed pavement in Madison county. Most of the construe Lancaster youth slated for tests soviet chinese split appers unbridgeable by William l. Ryan a special correspondent Nikita Khrushchev seems about ready to admit that the soviet 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 govern Rbruce Core son of or and mrs. Otis b. Core 825 Lincoln or. Is the federalist candidate for governor of Buckeye boys state at Athens. Core won his party a nomination on the fifth ballot. Other Fayette county delegates to boys state Are Robert Brubaker and Gary Burris of Washington High school and Jon Robert Creamer Dwight Turner and Walter Tuvell jr., of Miami Trace High school. Police Are looking for one or More Washington c. Youths who reportedly have been killing Robins and other songbirds with by guns in the Vicinity of Washington ave. And Carolyn re. Mrs. Raymond Toner jr., i 1406 Washington ave., reported i at 6 p. In. Friday she found five dead Robins in her front Yard. Another resident in the same area had called earlier with a similar complaint. They were Able to furnish officers with the name of at least one boy involved. An investigation is he i n g made. Well those scattered showers and thundershowers they have been forecast i n g All week finally arrived Friday night. And they were pretty Well concentrated at least so far As Fayette county was concerned. Heavy rainfall was reported throughout the county. Ottice Stookey acting Washington c. Weather observer reported 1.18 inches. Robert Peru observer on Snowhill rd., reported 1.45 inches. Gale Parrett observe e r at Parrott station reported .94-Inch. The state Highway department Engineer s office on it. 38 at Brock re. Reported 1.20 inches. The rain Hal t e d saturday work on interstate it. 71. Virtually All of the downpour came Between about la p. In. And 2 a. In. The Outlook for Saturn a y evening and night is for More scattered showers and thundershowers with partly Cloudy skies and slightly Coo i e r weather expected sunday. Boys state to choose its governor entry by Scranton fails to slow drive michigander says his House stolen Flint Mich. Apr a my House has been stolen a an indignant caller told the Genesee county sheriffs office Friday. Sure enough the 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. Glenn improving from ear disorder 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 a North american racist government w As issued by the four. It added a we realize the United 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 groups Leader and a communist. He distributed a statement de-1 daring a we have different Rea Houston Tex. Apr former astronaut it col. John Glenn has recovered sufficiently from an inner ear disorder to work in his Yard and walk around the neighbourhood. Or. Charles Berry chief of the manned spacecraft centers medical program said Glenn was still suffering dizzy spells. A but he is a million times better than he was a month ago a Berry said. Cmdr. Alan Shepard jr., who contracted the ailment from a cold or virus is still suffering from an inner ear disorder. A Al is getting along Fine a Berry said. A the still has a slight hearing loss but the dizziness has disappeared. He can Fly but Only Ais a 11 eix re i ii. Us. A it it Pimp ii i a a you re every bit As handsome As i thought a americans in Viet Nam Levy scorched Earth against reds in the ring smiling gov. William Scranton makes an a a oks sign As he leaves the Maryland state convention after announcing he will run for the Republican presidential nomination. Lurking behind him a Coldwater Man holds up a sign for Scranton rival. Scranton a own sign left shows him and his wife. Mary. I

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