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Wilson Daily Times (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Wilson, North Carolina Telephone All departments dial 243-5151 the Wilson daily times weather warm through sunday scattered showers. High today 87-93. Low tonight 69 75. Vol. 68 no. Too associated press news Telemak pictures h More than a newspaper a Community institution Wilson,n7 c.7saturdayafternoon7 june 137"1964 24 pages today Price five cents Moore defends Road program empty chair9 is staged by Preyer by Ambrose b. Dioley i construction program Friday associated press writer night Moore was defending it while Richardson Preyer a m Eastern North Caroi Ina pouring on an a empty chair a the television set in Charlotte television show was blasting consisted of a Rostrum speak opponent Dan Moore a Highway Orsu stand and two chairs one of them left empty for Moore. Preyer challenged Moore to appear on the program and debate the issues in the june 27 Runoff for the democratic gubernatorial nomination. Refused to appear Moore refused to appear. A i d hoped or. Moore would be Here tonight a Preyer told television viewers w at c h in g Raleigh apr Robert a Over a six station network and Vin Sanford attorney who won the too in the studio audience the May 30 primary for the re j a perhaps hell be Here later publican gubernatorial Nomina Tion reported Friday that it. To Cost a a to do it. Prev a de Sald of to Quot i had shown they were prepared in his report of Campaign sex to throw out the prepared script lenses filed with Secretary of and run the show by the format ill pushed into marriage Gavin spent $688 to win brewery a expenses Are $7,492 with donations of $564 state Thad kure Gavin said he received contributions totalling $1,379. Kidd Brewer unsuccessful candidate for the democratic gubernatorial nomination indicated expenses of $7,492. Brew tons. Moore proposed for a planned to debate last fall which never got off the planning Board. A while my opponent talks to an empty chair a Moore said before the program a a in la be out talking to the people of or who received 8,026 votes list North Carolina face to face As Madison county cd $564 in Anonymous contrib i have been doing for the past i eight months and i tend to continue toppled a 73 americans defy state dept. Restrictions in visiting Cuba by Richard Daw nist leaders. Flowers were pre sorted a similar trip to Cuba Havana a destruction seated to every american. Last year by 59 american Stu of the . Government is adv Lemansky told newsmen the dents. He said the cuban fed rated by four negro students trip was arranged by Stu ration of University students schools out a broken leg from a softball mishap did no to Stop the wedding of Ronald Bates to Celine Berry in Greenwood ind. It went on As scheduled Only two Days after the Accident. The Groom however in addition to All customary Hab aliments wore a wheel chair. Reports also indicated the democratic race for nomination for third District congressman Cost Only $5. Winning in Moore was reported watching the firday night show in a Motel room at Burlington where ,.,/�?�� Erhard Johnson Anions says rubbish conclude talks w As in 4th ballot Box among 73 americans visiting Dent committee for travel to was paying the group s Cuba Gin d cd la no eos Tate de Cuba. Tile organization spun payment 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 ne-1 Groes. Leader is communist a 23-year-old new yorker. De Lemansky identified himself As j i the group s Leader and a Cornin unit. He distributed a statement declaring a we have different Rea sons for coming to Cuba but we Are United in our opposition to our governments efforts to i prevent United states citizens j from travelling to the four negroes identified themselves As Ernest Allen 21, j Oakland calif., a student at the University of California at Berkeley Luke Tripp 23, Detroit student at Wayne state Charles Berrard 24. Los Angeles student at los Angeles City College and Ron Bedford. 26, St. Louis architectural craftsman agree e. German opponent. a. Clarkjr. Oft Morehead Cit spent $5. See politics rage 2 Cumbest rep. David Henderson he ended the Days Campaign said he neither spent nor re ing which started in Halifax. In a is a to raft Cei Ved any Campaign funds his he visited \ Host of commune i by Doward Criswelljr. Ert Anderson the precincts 73 i russian Irain associated press w Riter i year old registrar. Anderson poses no danger Mars Hill no. Cap a previously had testified to this. I former election official Brown Ammons said the fourth Box Ammons testified today that he in the closet contained a wrap locked a fourth ballot Box in Ping paper tape and perhaps the closet of the Mars Hill pre some old cinch 15 voting place the night circumvent restrictions soviets East Germany say West stirring up trouble in Berlin the 73 circumvented . Restrictions on cuban travel by obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and Prague be by Endre Marton fore flying to Havana. Washington apr West Lemansky said members were German Chancellor Ludwig or from the United states and hard goes Home tonight after puerto Rico. By Henry s. Bradsher Moscow apr the soviet Union and East Germany accused the West today of stirring up trouble in West Berlin and warned that a serious complications of the situation in Western Europe could be the result. States and West Germany claimed it has Little importance in the cold War. Youth Riding Bike is killed by automobile Steve Denton. 13. Of 214 Pittman drive was killed last night when the bicycle he was Riding was struck by an automobile. The Accident occurred at 10 10, p m. On n. C. 58, 24 Miles West on to propose a establishment of of Wilson. A joint communique issued that a die before the a 30 p r i in election. But Ammons jelled ,5 d,.appearance Ltd every agreeing with president Johnson tile americans 49 men and that the West need not worry 23 women planned a two month about the soviet East German stay in Cuba. Most of the elementary school pupils at Middletown school in Wilmington del., manage to crowd before the camera Lens to shout their approval for the last Day of classes. The students Are. Left to right. On second thought make your own identification. There a one youngster for everyone. Gov. Scranton begins Lincoln Ian Campaign after the departure of East Ger by Jack Bell fortunate impression on Televik a Washington the state de-1 Washington apr suave son last sunday after receiving brought on a sweeping invest of pole pack user and her part mint said Only that it . A a Telephone Call from Eisenhowe i poll Book in Madison county Friendship treaty. Man communist Leader Walter Ammons told a state boards cation of voting irregularities in satellite signed in Moscow Fri Learned the group was in route gov William w Scranton Emer advising him not t0 Ente Ulbricht also claimed that West of elections investigating com Madison by the elections Board. Dav aroused Sharp interest into Cuba and notified . Embarked today on what he de and Cabala against and Candi in Atli in u m it Mai a an it i of m i i /1 no j la _ _ in i 4 l. A Matt. To of a a a a i i a a i a a a a. J _ a a a Berlin a a has never belonged and mixtec that the three regular i the pc sent precinct regi Washington but created no new hassles in Paris and Prague. Pets As a Lincoln Ian crusade to Jae it meaning Coldwater cannot belong to West Ger ballot boxes and the fourth bal a Rob Nderson crisis German sources declared. But the word was too late for the Rescue the Republican party Many Quot Box Ere give ,�,hlm.j0 testified Ammons told him two in fact state department sex embassies to reach the students from the Coldwater conserva. Scranton reportedly was ready and warn them of the Consel Ulbricht and Premier thru a it s or two weeks Heinie the election by Roy Freeman. Days before the May 30 primary perts were inclined to regard Tim he sees As threatening a to announce his candidacy on Sychev signed a Friendship e Madison coun that something had to be done the treaty As a defeat for Walter que pcs a treaty fonday but the United elections boards regarding the ballot boxes for Ulbricht. East German comm s say 1 quenches of a visit to Cuba offi gop defeat in november. The program but he told friends. The phone Call left him Uncer to elections boards a a. Pm on pm. Merman Tommu i Scranton declared himself in Tain and shaken. Precinct 15 to help Zeno Pon nist Leader and chief of stat warm greeting a running for the party s pres however Ammons denied nomination Friday and it a is Nixon said of a Man that he Ever discussed switch that understood to have a warm greeting was staged received a warm sendoff from receives a Telephone Call and today a communique chapped ballot h0"5 Quot i a John Kob themar a twee net or a a a a t a to for ule a Meru ican by represent Many Republican leaders in changes his mind he in t a it. S communique Marten the Mars Hui precinct was in treaty a which the West firmly Alives of the cuban foreign eluding former president Dwight Verv Strong Man. He s got to bad shape As far As or. I on opposes and got instead a pact ministry and student comm Eisenhower and the target of make has Oun visions and not West Germany is engaged in _ provocative activities in West warm weather Berlin described by thru _ Sychev and i Ulbricht As an inde a forecast for pendent political unit. Then the communique went tar Heel state Der was concerned As there a with a lofty title but Little sub geared to be a lot of support stance. For or. Clyde Norton his opponent in the race for the new 34th state senatorial District seat Anderson said. ,. _ Exchange toasts Friday night at a dinner in pick officers the White House Rose Garden. Driving the automobile was Claude Wayne Bass 23, of it. I Wilson. The investigating officer state trooper c. N. Lee reported that no charges have been made pending further investigation. According to Lee the automobile knocked the bicycle to feet and the youth 150 feet. Lee quoted Bass As saying that see killed Page 2 his new adventure sen. Barry to to get a puppet Maneu Goldwater of Arizona. Vered by someone Coldwater called Scranton Scranton described by various in one of the outstanding Gover pundits As the Hamlet of harbours in the Eisenhower. A he re because of his previous who had urged an a open con a flecks Lon plv0 t a to run or vent Ion and indicated differ j0. Run dilemma and Gal Raleigh a it a North car once with Coldwater welcomed p j gop presidential were with few changes effective control Over the Mili by the associated press shenanigans at the precinct Johnson and Erhard exchanged at convention tary production of West Ger Cuttle change is anticipated in 15 polling place shortly after Pae Many. Without suggesting the North Carolinas weather Over the polu closed May 30th in a 7�?� i unav teem Demi were Quot to a the twin a if Quot gov a Granton Friday in spectacular same control for East Germany. Weekend eluding clashes Between armed Stan cling an<1 operation. Oimas Icen Ems were to me entry of nov. I amen it also called for a a reduction of a a men and disappearance of the after his meeting with John Al it "fflcer5 by Clos Quot Hom 1 have Lons admired the strength Quot of the West get the Weatherman says it ballot boxes and registration son six months ago at the lbs for Annua consent ton a up Scranton received any e Quot ated his arms. Smiled. Man army As a step for euro Lijek a bit Wanner tonight were described during ranch Erhard said some people a a Quot a thing but Good wishes from for a Al la1d within reach Pean Security. Sunday night. However it fridays hearing by the Mars referred to their Accord As a a banquet tonight will feature Mer vice president Richard m. A 5ne n state Conven monday a Oak Nola a Hill chief of police. Honeymoon that would fade. An address by Ivan Sinclair. Nixon. Nixon had urged some Lon in. Am be and turned think the h a 27-year-old assistant to presi one get in the ring with Goldfu it. P pm a rash a attacking think he honeymoon is i water. And he declared Friday cold Quot a or a a no neanderthal i night that Scranton had a pc offers Only a a weird fighting Pai code to traditional rep Ubu Johnny Kirkman of greens d. V a a Tan Boro Charles Mercer of Smith but Nixon sad hat he Gover i w votive p i a Ofield. Allen Mosier of Winston nor ave a very weak and in to see voting Page 2_see be Harp lbs Page is Llam us Geray by n of temperatures Friday i o Cherokee county emerged Fri were in the mid 80s in the p Udall i Alliff vol Ronni it Amada it a As Youthful democrats r fir a. N i i i Luuri Lvuv a vex Cai Emu Izaj As for West Berlin the com reach the state bringing Moder mum que said i ate temperatures. A the revenge seeking at tempts of the Federal Republic of Germany in this City carried see Ulbricht Page 2 rain reported rainfall was reported in scat rights Bill expected to get House backing chief j. D. Ammons no re-1 a i mime me honeymoon is lation to Brown Ammons said Over Erhard said. A we lie was called to the voting have reached the state of mar room after a door leading to a Ridge but based on Trust on tired Points in the Western closet was torn from its hinges North Carolina mountains Fri j ident Johnson. Residential candidates see Scranton Page 2 by Joe Hall Washington a sen. The House feb. To and by the Senate. The result could be de Hubert h. Humphrey Senate Lay or even stalemate. 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 Humphrey said in an interview a there will he no further a we have been in the closest consultation with House leaders and we feel the Bill As it now stands is acceptable to them Quot Humphrey said. He also expressed Confidence the Bill will get to Johnson be Mountain valleys and mostly in the lower 80s East of the mountains. Exceptions included Hickory which reported a High of 76 Hatteras with 78 and Charlotte with 85. Morning lows some Early morning lows including Asheville 66 Charlotte 69 Greensboro 70 Raleigh 69, and Wilmington 67. States High court says supreme court is a super legislative body Raleigh . Apr the rights demonstration at Fayette-. Supreme court was critic Ville s Colony theater. Residential candidates. The election was scheduled for this afternoon. Scranton is welcomed As contender by Ike idealism urged by George Esper j a what i have done will by Gettysburg. Paap in other moderate re former president Dwight d. Up can groups a he said. Politicking for the candidates began almost As soon As Thek delegates checked in at the North Carolina state Union Fri. Day. Sized obliquely by the North a a Many a conduct a wrote As Carolina supreme court Friday Socrate Justice Susie Sharp the As a a super legislative b o d a a opinions author a must Bel j. Albert House of Roanoke i Eisenhower says he welcomes Eisenhower who listened to threatening the Federal system judged by the Law As it exists rapids president of the Young the entry of gov. William w. Scranton declare himself a can of Check and balances. At tile time his conduct is Call democratic clubs of America. Scranton into the contest for the dilate on the radio issued a a when a court in effect con into question and not by urged the delegates to main Republican Nomi statement saying 9 i la 1a�� am la Ama a a i _____4l. A.1. Miu. In j a la a. Of a a i. _ i d 11 an inf n y-4 i a it it we 4a a. Aaa. I have re pubic a. Viii pin in ii a mfg lit if predilections and notions of in. Of the Law is to be those who Trade in fear ignore Jen a use e governor More leading republicans would lightened legislation a the state changed it is the firm convict Ance and emotion or try to set it was a Busy Day Friday for declare their availability for court said a it destroys thei Tion of this court that our sys class against class or race Eisenhower As he also met Here Public office and take it upon separation of Powers and there tem requires it to be changed against race a House told the with Maxwell m. Rabb of new themselves to express their i York a former White House View s concerning the develop the president can i in Check and balances which has government and not by the jul a aide and now National chairman ing political scene and the i Ai medical to limn. Heretofore formed the Keystone by by mib by or am of our constitutional govern-1 a a 1 Rywk flav on ambassador inside today changes of any foie Conius quits for the re ii the Minnesota Democrat is publican National convention Correct on both counts once the which opens july 13 in san Bill is passed by the Senate and Francisco. The House concurs it can go did i Hope redly to president Johnson to sign it on the fourth of july minor Al m ind be signed into Law. Giving a Brand new meaning to pm Vzzle 14 however if the House does Day Humphrey said. Serial .16 not accept the Senate changes House leaders privately agree sports a when a court in effect con-0 1 to question and not by urged tile delegates to main Nef it Ducan presidential Norm statement saying stymies itself As a he and others think lain heir idealism he spoke Al nation. But he declined to com More than a car Ive body and attempts to re f she uld rewritten in the in the opening banquet. Quot it hims it if when four Pennsyl Aruiz i the rep write the Law according to its to Crest of social Justice. J a beware of demagogues or a. A _ Ettis Al can party would be benefits Abby. 6 Bridge column. 14 business 2 comics 14 classified ads. 15 Uriate. 4 but upsets the delicate system of by the legislative Branch of the 200 teen agers the court ruled the state s anti trespassing Law applies to the comment came in an of Heaters and other places of Cli the Bill will go to a conference that action can be completed theater. 8 Inion upholding the conviction Terra moment As Well As to res committee to resolve differ a a a a j a a to Antes in the versions passed by i see civil rights Page 2 to 16 of three negroes charged with woman s Page 6 trespassing during a civil see court Page 2 Flag Day june 14 Lodge. Of the Campaign committee of sues facing the nation. Hemy Cabot in judgment free fail and Active Competition among Rabb told a news conference party personalities is not divider that his organization want Sive but to the contrary is Good throwing its support behind t Scranton. See Ike Page s

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