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Wilmington News Journal (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Wilmington, Ohio Wilmington n news j journal full associated press leased wire on Hundred Twenty sixth year no. 205 Wilmington Ohio so Turnoy june 13, 1964 news service 10 pages pric ten cents few changes exp Dedin rights Bill Finol so not action it soon by won Ondoy was Niton a sen. Hubert h. Humphrey Senate floor manager for the civil rights Bill said today there is an excellent Chance the House will accept the version the Senate is working on now. A and i am confident a Humphrey said in an interview a there will be no further changes of any if the Minnesota Democrat is Correct on Bouli counts once the Bill is passed by the Senate and the House pm incurs it can go directly to president Johnson to be signed into Law. However if the House does not accept the Senate changes the Bill will go to a conference committee to resolve differences in the versions passed by the House feb. 10 and by the Senate. The result could be delay or even stalemate. A we have been in the closest consultation with House leaders and we feel the Bill As it now stands is acceptable to them a Humphrey said. He also expressed Confidence the Bill will get to Johnson before Congress quits for the Republican National convention which opens july 13 in san Francisco. A i Hope the president can sign it on the fourth of july giving a Brand new meaning to that Day a Humphrey said. House leaders privately agree that action can be completed before the convention recess. But for this to happen they say the Senate must pass the Bill next week. Humphrey said the Senate would and he predicted final action will come by wednesday. Indications that Humphrey May be right came before the Senate adjourned Friday when sen. Allen j. Ellender d-la., announced hearings on a food stamp Bill would open thursday. There had been an agreement these sessions would begin As soon As the civil rights Bill was out of the Way Humi by said. The minnesotan said action on amendments to the Bill under cloture imposed by the Senate wednesday has been faster than expected. Each senator Bow is limited to one hour of speaking time on the Bill and All amendments. The Senate is in session today a go rsm Ifor a a a said $6249 Friday 11 changes proposed by southerners were rejected and two minor changes accepted by the Bill a managers were agreed to by voice vote. Lincoln Ian crusade opened Scranton soviet chinese split appears unbridgeable no service in restaurants the Rev. Martin Luther King left and the Rev. Ralph Abernathy Are shown in jail in St. Aug Stine fla., where Urey landed on trespassing charges when they tried to integrate a Reagan rant. A this a one of the nicest jails in be been in a said King. 73 americans making illegal visit to Cuba 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 was 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 declaring a we have different reasons for coming to Cuba but we Are United in our opposition to our governments efforts to prevent United states citizens from travelling to the four negroes identified themselves As Ernest Allen 21, Oakland calif., a student at the University of California at Berkeley Luke Tripp 23, Detroit student at Wayne state Charles Berrard 24, los angelas student at los Angeles City College and Ron Bedford 26, St. Louis architectural drafts Maan. The 73 circumvented . Re average . Income girl visits reformatory Mansfield Ohio a Lovelace Waco Thornton is serving a five Day sentence in the Richland county jail a All because he wanted to pay a a a sisterly visit to an inmate of the Ohio state reformatory at Mansfield. The 21-year old Cle Velander arrived at the prison Friday dressed in skin tight Gold Slacks a scoop neck weather Nylon stockings Sling pumps and t $275 wig according to Highway patrol sgt. Robert Yarger. But an Alert guard recognized the Tea Turea As those of Thornton a a juvenile inmate 4>f the reformatory until last nov. 30. He had entered the prison in june 1961 on a charge of juvenile forgery Yarger said. Following his unmasking he was arrested and charged with trespassing on the ground of an institution. He was Given the maximum five Day Aen Tenee. Washington a the median income of . Families moved up a hefty 5 per cent to a record $6,249 in 1963, a census Bureau report revealed today. And for the first time families in the above-$10,000-income group outnumbered those in the so called poverty class. President Johnson has said the Rule of thumb for defining the poverty stricken is a family income of less than $3,000 per year. While the number in this Range declined 500,000 to 8.8 million they still made up 18.5 i a cent. The median income a which represents the statistical Middle with half the families making More Money and half making less a was up $290 from 1962. The median income for White families was $6,548 compared to $3,465 for negroes. Striations on cuban travel by obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and Prague before flying to Havana. Lemansky said members were from the United states and puerto Rico. The americans 49 men and 23 women planned a two month stay in Cuba. In Washington the state department said Only that it Learned the group was in route to Cuba and notified . Embassies in Paris and Prague. But the word was too late for the embassies to reach the students and warn them of the consequences of a visit to Cuba officials said. A warm greeting was staged for the americana by representatives of the cuban foreign ministry and student communist leaders. Flowers were presented to every american. Red buildup in Laos May mean attack Vientiane Laos apr indications of a communist buildup for a possible attack on the neutralise stronghold of Muong Soui in North Central Laos were reported today by Western military sources. A Patchet lao attack on Muong Soui had been expected since the fall of two other neutralise positions earlier this week. Muong Soui straddles a vital Highway leading from the communist controlled Plaine Des Jarres 110 Miles North of Vientiane. The main body of Neutra lists under general Kong be Are deployed in positions South of Muong Soui. It did not appear Kong be was reinforcing his position. 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. Earlier american photographic flights had spotted convoys from North Viet Nam into Patchet lao territory. Liquor Storo Short Columbus Ohio own an audit of the books of the Deer Park state liquor store in suburban Cincinnati Baa shown a shortage of $2,313.66 in Cash and $1,435.24 in merchandise. 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 Between the chinese and soviet communist parties but also Between the peking and Moscow governments. Khrushchev leaves it up to tiie chinese whether there will be a move toward re Concilia boys state to choose its governor Athens Ohio apr the citizens of Buckeye boys state will choose Between gubernatorial candidates Gregory l. Mckenzie of Cincinnati and Bruce Core of Washington court House in sundays election Mckenzie candidate of the nationalist party and Core the federalist nominee were chosen in party conventions Friday at the Ohio american legion school in self government on the Campus of Ohio University. Nominees for other offices of this make believe state Are scheduled today As party conventions continue and culminate in a giant rally tonight. Today a activities also include announcement of the party platforms. Mckenzie was nominated on the third ballot after receiving the support of candidate Luther Oberhaus of Holgate. Mckenzie Defeated Geoffrey Utterbach and Bill Lieber both of Alliance. Cores selection came on the fifth Baudot in the federalist convention. He Defeated Jeffrey Johnson of Vienna Trumbull county. The boys state. Daily newspaper the a Chetuck a was the first activity of the High school juniors to begin operating. Wallace Judd or. Of Wickliffe is editor Dick Plunkett Canton managing editor Hal Varian Wooster Art James Soller Youngstown sports and John Walter Parma state reporter. Youngstown Gombor Sontan cd to Pon Youngstown Ohio a Ronal Carabbia of Youngstown whose Long police record dates Back to 1948, has been sentenced to 1 to 10 years in Ohio Penitentiary for promoting a numbers game. Ronald described by authorities As one of the notorious Carabbia Brothers was sentenced Friday by common pleas judge Sidney Rigelhaupt who also sentenced three of Carabbia a associates to six months in county jail plus five year probation. Tion. Displaying Little Hope that there will be he virtually apologizes to the rest of the communist world for the current state of affairs. Khrushchev a remarks interpolated in fridays speech about the East German soviet Friendship treaty indicated a profound weariness with the whole chinese affair. They seemed the words of a Man caught in an impossible squeeze Between the pressures in the soviet uni i for economic advancement and the pressures of world communism for More aggressive expansion. H there is no reconciliation Khrushchev seems to say it will not be his fault but peking a. A one should not a says Khrushchev a allow the spread of ideological differences to intergovernmental relations since teis ultimately weakens the position of world socialism and plays into the hands of imperialism. A we believe that even today the Road is not closed for the normalization of soviet chinese relations including governmental relations. All that is required is Good jul and a Frenesi of ones supreme duty to ones people to the entire Rev Whitlon Ary movement. T or party will constantly guide itself by this it seems Likely Moscow considers red China effectively outside the soviet bloc of nations. The soviet newspaper Izvestia recently quoted marshal <3hen i red China a foreign minister As describing China As a a nonaligned Izvestia added that a politically speaking this Means Chen i no longer considers China part of the world socialist communist the break enormous harm to the world communist movement and Khrushchev seems to want to escape blame. Viet Mirtes derail trains Saigon South Viet Nam apr communist Viet Cong mines derailed three trains and blew up two trucks Friday killing six persons the ministry of defense announced. It was one of the busiest Days for Viet Cong saboteurs along the 600 mile Saigon Wang Tri Railroad line. South Viet names Only North South rail link. Elsewhere government forces killed 13 Viet Cong 120 Miles Southwest of Saigon Friday when a government unit clashed with a Viet Cong Force near Vinh Loi in a Xuyen province. The United states has set up a communications unit manned by a Small contingent of . Marines in Quang Cri province near the Borders of Laos and communist North Viet Nam an american military spokesman reported. No new danger is seen in pact Washington a West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard goes Home tonight after agreeing with president Johnson that the West need not worry about the soviet East German Friendship treaty. The pact the .s.r. And her satellite signed in Moscow Fri Barry s count still climbing entry by Scranton foils to slow drive Washington a sen. Barry Goldwater a Delegate total for the Republican National convention is continuing to swell despite Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton sentry into the contest for the party a presidential nomination. The Arizona senator has 574 first ballot votes just 81 Short ctr the 655 needed to nominate according to the associated press Survey of delegates. Another 64 delegates were being chosen at Republican conventions today in Connecticut new Mexico Idaho and Virginia. The a poll based on primary election commitments pledges instructions or state preference gives this first ballot breakdown Barry goldwater574 Nelson a. Rockefeller 131 William w. Scranton 92 Henry Cabot Lodge 46 Margaret Chase Smith 15 Richard m. Nixon 14 favorite sons Lio uncommitted 217 the Connecticut state gop convention at Hartford was expected to include four pro Gold water delegates in its 16-Mem-Ber delegation. Gov. Scranton addresses the convention today in his first speech since he announced his candidacy. Virginia republicans Are choosing 10 at Large delegates to go with 20 District delegates. Two District delegates favourable to Goldwater were picked Friday bringing his total to 19. Goldwater May get a solid bloc of 14 delegates in Idaho today. He is also expected to get a considerable share of new Mexico a 14 delegates. Fourteen of Maryland a 20 delegates remained uncommitted after hearing Scranton announce his candidacy at the state convention at Baltimore. Five support Goldwater and one backs new York go it a. Nelson a. Rockefeller. Quoon Loftt bit Hoy London apr Queen Elizabeth ii marked her official 38th birthday today with the traditional trooping the color ceremony at a horse guard Parade near Buckingham Palace. Day aroused Sharp interest in Washington but created no new crisis German sources declared. In fact state department experts were inclined to regard the treaty As a defeat for Walter Ulbricht East German communist Leader and chief of state. He is understood to have asked for a separate a peace treaty a which the West firmly opposes and got instead a pact with a lofty title but Little substance. Friday night at a dinner in the White House Rose Garden Johnson and Erhard exchanged Champagne toasts to continuing Friendship deepening understanding and cooperation. After his meeting with Johnson six months ago at the lbs ranch Erhard said some people referred to their Accord As a h a Eymon that would fade. A i think the honeymoon is Over now a Erhard said. A a we have reached the state of marriage but based on Trust on Johnson declared there can be no lasting peace in Europe until Germany is United a in peace and but he said the United states and her allies a shall work to open new avenues of Trade and we work to build new Bridges of ideas toward the East to improve relations to Lessen tension to enhance the prospects of All of us living in this world with As for the soviet East German treaty Erhard said there is nothing alarming in it but he asked for vigilance and reconfirmation of the Western position. A communique issued at the White House by Johnson and Erhard Friday gave this reconfirmation in unmistakable terms. The treaty it said does not affect the rights of the three Western Powers or a modify the obligations and responsibilities of the soviet Union with respect to Germany and Berlin. The communique also held soviet Russia a solely responsible for the consequences of any attempt at interference with Allied rights that might result from implementation of the new though this was firm language american and German diplomats said they do not expect Moscow to use the treaty As a pretext to new trouble in Berlin. Butler county school dropouts hit 10 pet. Hamilton Ohio apr this Butler county City a two Public High schools lost More than 10 per cent of their enrolment due to dropouts in the past academic year. Superintendent Lester l. Dickey said Friday 280 students quit without graduating. Forty five of these left after reaching their 18th birthday while 36 obtained work certificates 31 got married and 30 joined the armed forces. Americans in Viet Nam Levy scorched Earth against reds t Eacher assaulted fined judge urges sensibility Ike lauds bid Nixon fires Barb Washington a suave gov. Wiliam w. 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. Scranton declared himself in tee running for tee party a presidential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from Many Republican leaders including former president Dwight d. Eisenhower and the target of his new adventure sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. Goldwater called Scranton a one of the outstanding governors in the Eisenhower who had urged an a open convention and indicated differences with Goldwater welcomed a the entry of gov. Scranton whom i have Long admired a but Scranton received anything but Good wishes from former vice president Richard m. Nixon. Nixon had urged someone get in the ring with Goldwater. And he declared Friday night that Scranton bad a a fighting Chance. But Nixon said that the governor gave a a very weak and unfortunate impression on televise m last sunday alter receiving a Telephone Call from Eisenhower advising him not to enter any Cabal against any candidate meaning Goldwater. Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on the program but he told friends the phone Call left him Uncertain and shaken. Of this Nixon said a if a Man receives a Telephone Call and changes his mind he Isnit a very Strong Man. He a got to make his own decisions and not appear to be a puppet mane Vered by someone else. Scranton described by various pundits As the a Hamlet of Harrisburg because of his previous indecision solved his a to run or not to run dilemma and galloped into the gop presidential contest Friday in spectacular style. He waved his arms smiled Shook every hand within reach at the Maryland state convention in Baltimore and turned out polished phrases attacking Goldwater As a Neo neanderthal Type who offers Only a a weird parody to traditional Republican beliefs. 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 has a lot of catching of it to do. With tee convention opening one month away Scranton has Only 92 delegates to Gold Waters 574 with 655 needed for nomination. How anyone could close that chasm was something party professionals answer. New York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller who has found himself fighting it out alone with Goldwater said he was glad to see Scranton a joining the Battle to give our party a the passing show by l c. Cunt on deluge a Friday nights rain which hit Wilmington and Vicinity Between to p. M. And Midnight measured 1.07 inches. Mrs. Ethel Hayes official Wea Elmr observer noted today. Saigon South Viet Nam apr a we will keep that area scorched. As soon As they build up again we will bum it the speaker was a senior officer of the american special forces studying reports of a renewed communist Viet Cong buildup in a Supply area near the cambodian Border. The Region was left soldering and Barren in a a scorched Earth operation last week. Both american and vietnamese special forces men Porti Cip sted in the sweep along tee Vico Oriental River that winds Down into the heart of the Mekong River Delta from cambo Dia it is a key Viet Cong Supply route. Reports received in Saigon show that the Viet Cong Are rebuilding thatched Homes and storehouses razed last week. Tons of Rice burned and then tossed into the River is drying along a River Bank As the Viet Cong attempt to Salvage some of it. Sampan traffic has resumed along tee River but the River boat flee into Jungle cover when planes come Low. The Saigon government is making it Clear it will strike again into the River Region in tee near future. The special forces intend to use the same propaganda devices that persuaded 600 peasant families a minus husbands a to accept government offers of relocation. Every wife interviewed said her husband was with the Viet Cong. A reported 60 per cent of the population of the River Region in Western Tay Nonh province left m american helicopters for resettlement. They have moved into strategic hamlets and Art being fed by the . Aid Mission. Special forces sources a Kurt that pictures of contented settlers Are being pasted on propaganda pamphlets dropped into the Region in an attempt to persuade tee husbands to join them. Other leaflets offer High prices for Viet Cong weapons. These have had results. Two peasants carrying old rifles arrived in Saigon from the Tay Ninh area and gave themselves up to the first policeman they saw. Taken to Headquarters they admitted they were Viet Cong waved pamphlets and immediately demanded 1,000 i asters about $13�?each for their weapons. They got Money and a trip to a Camp Batavia Ohio a county judge John d. Erhardt asked for a a return to sensibility Friday As he fined a Goshen woman As the result of her squabble with school authorities. Erhardt convicted mrs. Betty Hedger of assault and Battery on mrs. Kathryn m a r a a school teacher when she brought nine year old Danny Joe Hedger Home for Misbehaviour. Mrs. Marr said mrs. Hedger struck her in tee face and pushed her hair. The incident occurred March 25, while Robert e. Gower executive head of Goshen schools was awaiting trial on an assault and Battery charge filed by mrs. Hedger because he had spanked Danoy Jot. Gower Wai later acquitted. Erhardt fined mrs. Hedger $25 and assessed $60.50 court costs. Mrs. Hedger had brought the charges which accused Gower of a beating the pants off Danny Joe a third grader on Jan. 2. In october 1962, Gower had been charged with assault and Battery and torturing another boy at the school. In february 1963, visiting judge John Houston ruled teat no torture was involved ignored the Battery portion of the charges and fined Gower $1 on the assault charge. Approximately two years ago Gower was ousted from his Job by the Goshen school Board but regained it Bro ugh court action weather mrs. Ethel h. Hates temperature for s4 hour a and inf at Sunset Friday maximum is minimum 80. Lowest during night. A a 8 a. A. 73 10 a. M .77 13 no Ltd. �3 precipitation. 1.07 character of Day. Cloudy wind at 1 p. A. South Watt barometric Reading. humidity at 10 a. M.74 Sunrise today. 8 07 a. M. Sunset today. �?�0i p. M. 1 Yaar ago High 10 Low 44 partly Cloudy. Of High partly Cloudy and continued warm tonight a few scattered thundershowers this evening. Low tonight 60s North and around 70 South portion. Sunday Zooi Lerable Doud Nefi. Clean of of showers and a Tutto cooler North Portum. M

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