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Winnipeg Tribune (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Winnipeg, Manitoba5 sections including a weekend Magazine a coloured comics a showcase 74th year no. 141 saturday june 13, 1964 it a phone Whitehall 2-8101 metro final 15 cents 40 a Nti a week by Carrier with weekend and color comics forecast Cloudy now tonight. 45 High tomorrow .70 Nixon blamed Barry rocked by Scranton s i All out attack new York times service Washington a sen. Barry Goldwater was rocked Friday by an All out attack from Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton who had been considered his Best Friend among May Jor Republican party leaders. A the Republican establishment is desperate to defeat me a said Goldwater. A they can to stand having someone they can to Goldwater and his advisers Are Uncertain As to How seriously Scranton sentry into the Republican presidential race endangers the front runner Arizona conservative. They believe it was Learned that they will enter the Republican National convention at san Francisco on july 13 with about 644 delegates of the 655 needed to nominate. Thus in their View the nomination May be won or lost in the feverish last minute attempts to woo delegates in the convention City. Almost everything about Scranton a hurried entry into the race surprised them. They had expected former vice president Richard m. Nixon to be the challenger. Nor had they expected that Scranton would attack Gold water s Brand of conservatism in such stunning terms. Scranton in a speech to the Maryland Republican state Conven-1 Tion alluded to conservatism As j a a wierd parody of republicanism and indirectly accused i the senator of being a fast draw thinker with one foot in the 19th Century. Scranton pushed Goldwater this morning asserted that Nixon had pushed i president a Scranton into the race. A a it a just like Nixon to set this up and then run off to London As he a done a Goldwater said. In London where he concluded a two Day private visit Friday Nixon denied engineering the move which put Scranton into the race for the nomination. Nixon professed a Neutral role in the nomination proceedings. Goldwater restrained those on j his staff who pressed for a Quick i and Strong counterattack on Scranton. In View of Scranton a Strong a language such reaction is Only i provisional sources close to j Goldwater said. Goldwater had regarded j Scranton As the Only real per j Sonal Friend among Republican j presidential hopefuls. A Friend quoted Goldwater As j having said today that if he j were denied the nomination on j the basis of such charges that i he is a reckless extremist it i would a tear the party to Piec j one question in the minds of Goldwater advisers today was How valuable the nomination would be for the senator after such a barrage of attacks. In a written statement Gold water said he agreed w i t h j Scranton that a the delegates i should have a choices at the convention. In Gettysburg pa., former president Dwight d. Eisenhower enthusiastically welcomed Scranton Sall out candidacy j As did gov. Nelson Rockefeller in new York. Rockefeller also reiterated that he would remain a candidate for the nomination. William unexpected lbs Erhard unconcerned by red pact new York times service Washington Johnson and Chancellor Ludwig Erhard of West Germany re As ported Friday the rights of the Western Powers in Germany and Berlin and their interest in working toward the peaceful reunification of Germany. They found no ground for apprehension in the new treaty of Mutual assistance Between the soviet Union and East Germany. But they also found no new Opportunity or plan for reopening East West negotiations on the various issues in Central Europe. The Heads of government and their aides in a Day Long round of meetings reviewed a number of ideas being pressed by Bonn to emphasize the fact that reunification has not been forgotten As Erhard put it. The ., in turn persuaded the West germans to agree a at least in the communique a that various agreements with Moscow including measures of arms control promote rather than delay the goal of reunification. Analysis said that the major advances for Ulbricht and his government appeared to be two a a soviet guarantee of the present frontiers of the German democratic Republic a the joint undertaking to regard West Merlin As a in no Way part of West Germany. Neither of these positions has been spelled out in previous soviet East German treaties and agreements. Bomber shot Down full study urged bar members rap our weather Cool Cloudy for the weekend Winni Eggers will have a Cool Cloudy weekend. However temperatures Are expected to Rise from today a High of 65 to 70 sunday afternoon. Scattered showers Are predicted this afternoon Clearing in the evening. It will be Cloudy again sunday with showers possible in the late morning and Early afternoon. Hellyer walked in cutback plan a up wire photo the governments proposed new Flag for Canada flies from special Flag pole set up on parliament Hill in Ottawa so members of the commons could get a Good look at it. Maple leaves sputter in parliamentary wind by j. Southam r. Walker news service Ottawa a it was t like raising the Flag Over iwo Jima or even Over the Plains of Abraham but they finally got or. Pearson s Flag up Friday. It took two tries to get it right and it had to he hauled Down by ladder after getting stuck on the Flagstaff the first time. There was even a a a struggle to keep it there in the proper historical sense As nip member Harold Winch of Vancouver East fought to the last gasp to keep the red Ensign flying on parliament Hill instead of this a a Damp dishcloth stained with Tomato actually he need not have worried too much. The red Ensign was still flying throughout the Day from the peking Reuters a a naval patrol Bomher from Formosa was shot Down Over North China by a chinese communist air defence unit thursday night the new China news Agency said Friday. 1 19-nation Trade meet badly split Geneva Reuters a the future of the 119 nation world Trade conference Hung in the balance today As delegates appeared hopelessly split Over the a Rockefeller aide said Scran-1 organization to follow the presian called Rockefeller thurs ent conference Day night o inform him of his the split came Friday when a imminent candidacy. Inside today s Tribune a Winnipeg s 1964 racing season opened the Way the 1963 season ended a with Frank Barraby spending most of his time in the Winner s Circle. The popular Little jockey from Maple Creek sask., won three times opening Day and the whole Story plus pictures and Harold Loster s selections is on Page 12. A former President Eisenhower explains his position in the Republican party nomination race in an exclusive interview with the new York times on Page 7 today. Across Canada. P. 9 sports. P. 12 14 around the town. P. 2 women s news. P. 16 20 classified. P. 36 45 comics. P. 4 the Tribune showcase crossword Bridge letters. P. 2 Horoscope. P. 38 music. P. 3 deaths. P. 3 movies. P 4. 7 editorials. P 6 television. P 5. 6 finance. P 34, 35 books. R i people in the news p. 2 i. A bloc of 75 developing countries at the conference were asked to approve a document prepared by Raul Rebisch Argentine Secretary general of the conference. The document had been accepted by the industrialized countries. The conference was expected to end Friday but was held Over until today because of the split. The 75 countries unanimously j agreed Friday night that they could not accept the following Points of Rebisch s Compromise document a distribution of seats in the world Trade organization to Fol Low the conference the 75 de dared they should have More than the 21 seats assigned to j them. A voting arrangements a the 175 said voting arrangements were unjust because of the few seats allotted to them. A special procedures a this Section Laid Down that a special j committee should protect the interests of the industrialized countries. The conference is sponsored by the United nations. Centre Block above the Pearson Flag and from the East and West Block government buildings on either Side of it. And although a motorcade of Maple Leaf Flag supporters was planned through Ottawa streets this morning by the evolutionary movement of Canada or. Winch and All other supporters of the red Ensign or the one Maple Leaf Flag or the native sons of Canada Flag will have their Chance to attack the Pearson Flag when the Flag debate opens in the commons for sure it is said monday afternoon. Of Day but of Day when the three red Maple Leaf Flag with the Blue bars was finally raised on parliament Hill was a Day of errors or As one English speaking Canadian bystander put it a a a typical Canadian having scheduled the raising for five in the afternoon or. Pearson agreed with Many members that it was too late on a Friday for maps to be hanging around so he pushed Forward the hour to one of clock. As a result the official Flag Raiser Paul Poirier of the Public works department did not have time to attach the new Flag to the Halyard properly and when he arrived two minutes late to raise the Flag before a crowd of Quebec schoolchildren a few maps and the press it go up to the top of the staff and got All tangled up. As the harassed or. Poirier attempted to tie the Halyard to the staff a determined or. Winch strode Forth from the gathering crowd and demanded the removal of this Flag from Public property. Or. Poirier said he could not do this. With his hand on the rope or. Winch turned majestically to face the encircling to cameras and newsmen and proclaimed in a rather loud and hoarse voice a until Canada decides this Flag should come Down. The red Ensign must Fly everywhere until parliament or. Poirier rather Embar Assed by All this fuss said this was not possible he had his orders. Or. Winch repeated and elaborated on his position As More newsmen joined the fray. Embattled he stood his ground. But then a group of French Canadian mph a and others broke into o Canada in French. When they had finia flac i. 1 Ottawa up a on May 26, defence minister Hellyer told the commons defence committee a we Are spending too Large a proportion of our funds for operations and maintenance and not enough for equipment. A if this trend is not reversed it will Only be a few years until we will have no new equipment at this week privy Council president Mell Raith introduced in the commons the first supplementary appropriations for the current fiscal year. Included in them was a de Fence department outlay of $1,-i 327,003�?All of it except $60,000 j a for operations and maintenance. This raises 1964-65 operations i and maintenance costs in the defence department to $1.126,-000,000 out of a total defence i budget of $1,526,000,000. By com Parison Only $204,0 pm is allo a rated for new weapons and a equipment. Finds it Tough informants said Friday or. Hellyer is finding it As Tough As his predecessors to Cut overhead costs but described the supplementary appropriation of $1,327,003 As Only a temporary setback in his Campaign. The ministers office announced Friday the appointment of six senior officers to top posts on the new single defence staff. The staff now will be Able to i begin integrating the entire command Structure at defence Headquarters with the aim of reducing the 120,000 member armed forces by some 10, xxx personnel. This is expected to take a year at least. Or. Hel Iyer a avowed aim is to Cut overhead by $100, xxx ,000 a year and use the saving for Purchase of new weapons and equipment. But retired air marshal w. A. Curtis former chief of air staff estimated this week in testimony before the defence committee that such a saving would require a reduction of about 20, xxx personnel. Or. Hellyer Cut Upkeep costs Queen receives birthday Salute London Reuters a the Queen Riding a Chestnut police horse named Imperial today took the Salute at the Trade a tonal trooping of the color ceremony marking her official birth a Day. The colourful ceremony performed under spurts of fitful Sunshine was watched by thou a Sands of tourists. By $39,000,000 this year below the 1963-64 defence budget but he also slashed spending on new weapons and equipment by $56, 000,000. On june 2, or. Hellyer was asked in the committee whether Pire building by the new de he thinks he can defeat Quot pm Fence staff. A i do not think it can be Defeated but we Are going to give it a running Battle a the minister replied. System Coroner s jury is under attack by Barry Craig Tribune staff writer Brandon a a panel of the Manitoba bar Asmoel action meeting Here this Friday levelled Strong criticism at the province s Legal system. But the association stopped Short of putting tha j criticisms in Resolution form. Panel members and lawyers speaking from tha floor made these sweeping suggestions a the whole complexion of a Vatican May shift on birth Justice in Rural Manitoba should be changed. A one of the oldest institutions of the system the Coroner and his jury should be abolished. A the biggest slice of the j governments body of part time Crown prosecutors should be dismissed and replaced by full a time ones. A the Large segment of the j systems judges part time Rural j magistrates should also be re placed by permanent men. These changes if Ever simple aussie fans Bug beatles in near riot Adelaide Reuters a the first australian concert of Britain s pop singing beatles ended in a near riot Friday. The trouble started As the second of two performances at Adelaide a Centennial Hall was ending. The singers had begun their third encore twist and shout when hysterical teen age girls began storming the stage. Police officials patrolling the theatre immediately ordered the master of ceremonies to Stop the show. Two dozen police formed a Wall in front of the stage. After several minutes of pushing and shoving they managed to Check the frenzied fans. Earlier a hysterical crowd of 25, xxx broke through harriers and formed a screaming mob round the beatles car when they arrived Here by plane from Sydney. Two girls were trampled and a 60-year-old woman collapsed As shouting teen agers surged around the car. Flo accused gets 4 years Montreal up Roger Tetreault 24, was sentenced to four years in Penitentiary today for placing a bomb in a downtown Montreal office building during last years front de liberation quebecois 10 week wave of terrorism. The unemployed journalist had nothing to say before sentence was imposed by or. Justice Roger Ouimet. Tetreault a counsel said he would Appeal the sentence. All but one of the others pleaded guilty after preliminary hearing and received sentences ranging up to 12 years in prison for the ringleaders. New York time service Washington a draft demented by the government i a Fra on or the Vatican coun would mean a huge upheaval info completed this week Estal it the Rural system of dispensing j ashes the principle that family Justice expenditure of Large a citation May be a necessity sums of Money loss of occupy in the modern world i tons for Many government pm j a he declaration which is still i Plo yees creation of other new subject to revision is expected jobs. But Many of the lawyers to come before the r o m a n Felt they would produce a bet Catholic Bishops for approval ter Standard of Justice. When the third session of tha Council convenes in september. An outline of he declaration they even went so far As to suggest that innocent men at times have been implicated in i Ven May by me nov. Crimes and guilty men never in Haring Secretary caught because of the mistakes of. Do orr�?Tt1 a Salon that prepare made by these institutions. Pal lip Quot raft. The Law yers criticized the silent on Means Manitoba legislature itself while recognizing the Prin when it comes to spending Ciple of responsible parenthood Money on the Legal system. J and the limitation of family that pennies pinched it implies father Haring said the declaration is silent on Tho the a of i i t 80 erf Means toward this end. It would ment and the legislature is to Hus no re Axa Ion of cd Corners and Pinch pennies contrary said one of the discussion Lead to devices ers j. For Sullivan if approved however it could a is Orphl pm extend discus Sion on birth con Berso thei try and five new cd ind f a a Sag a a question of Law Reform it is surprising and distressing that hat vhf re la p pm pin Hood be Little if any attention is or Quot cup which the Council Given to reforming Hose Judi. Hec Arat on would make exp. It Cial institutions which have Sale Ady lamp la a in tha Paph the Public duty of administering nil Irold the Laws principle holds that i. J. A Deacon pc was More put s have a responsibility in tha Brunt upbringing As Well As the pro Quot we All know when the bar Quot cation of children. Because of association has decided anything a Quot Cal considerations and Tho the attorney general has listen hit of time the parents can de said he will discuss it with spend with Paph child his colleagues and that s the an extravagant num last we be heard of a of offspring in most cases. Although a majority of the traditional View estimated 75 lawyers at the con it has often a pin aught by mention voiced agreement with traditionalists in the Church each other the intermittent of however that Catholic parents position of a few members was have an obligation to product enough to dissuade the Assoc a As Manv children As they ran. Tion from putting its criticism top on y Means of birth con of the Law into a Resolution form Tro now permitted to catholics As Moderator Hall and three Are 0ai abstinence from inter Many theologians believe members hoped. Instead of his panel had the association de course or selective abstinence through the rhythm method. This year there has been decided to suggest to attorney Bab in the cur cd 0vpr t he general Stewart Megan that born no Type of Oral Contra Cep he appoint a committee to study a a up which expulsion the issues the association had 0f but it up Ellale ova during the discussed Fertility Cycle. The Church has or. Mclean was due to have attended the three hour Long discussion period but it was announced that he had to attend a funeral. The method used by the association to examine the Legal system in Manitoba was to hear forbidden use of this Pill. Defectors bribed Saigon a a South Viet Nam government Campaign to win Over communist Viet Cong guerrillas with offers of re the views of three men it earlier wards has netted 27 defectors appointed to study several areas in he last month Military Jap a. Spokesmen said Friday. The they were or. O Sullivan of a err Jojas Are paid for weapons see Lecal system. Page 3 they hand in. Big spender broke but not busted by Eddie Gilmore London api Quot yes i live at the Ritz a Constantine Dracoulis told the bankruptcy court Quot and at the moment i have no intention of living anywhere the Athens born shipping firm owner offered this information after the court had heard w. W. Walter the official senior receiver say that Dracoulis limited went into voluntary liquidation last year with debts of �330,000 $990,-000. Dracoulis 45, admitted that in one hectic month he lost a on the Stock Exchange $215.200. A on the horses $112. Khi. A on an election bet $70,000. Quot and yet you still reside at the Ritz a asked the receiver. Quot yes a replied Dracoulis. Quot do you Call yourself a Man of Honor a Quot yes i asked How he managed to stay on at one of London s More expensive hotels Dracoulis answered Quot my friends in about �400 $1,200 a he said he Drew some of this in Cash to live on but emphasized he had Cut his expenses. Quot some people a he said Quot think i should move out but i done to see Why i should. Quot i have the smallest and cheapest room possible and it costs Only �2 10s $7 a Day. I think that s cheap Don t you a he said when his company was making Large profits he stayed at the Rita in a $33-a-Day suite. Asked about a debt of $3, 416 at a local jewellers Dracoulis said it represented presents he had bought and Given away. Quot Are your friends prepared to surrender those articles a asked the receiver. Quot i have not asked them a he replied. Quot if it s not too embarrassing for you. Will you ask them a a a it a embarrassing yes but if 1 have to i that concluded the examination. Dracoulis took a for Penny subway ride Back to the Ritz

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