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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Zanesville, OhioFor Complete area read the to every Day the times id the Zane Yule signal inside your recorder see. Bryce 28 editorial pm 44 a classified b lit Enung vwt.4 a comic my 3b Sofu 4-s b a Lathi. Funerals in women i Newa i a 101st 132 pages Zanesville Ohio saturday june is 1964 seven cents global Moscow soviet Union signs 20-year Mutual Friendship treaty with East Germany providing a prestige boost for German communist chief Walter Ulbricht. Page 8-b Hermosillo Mexico Call fornia Man swims 40 Miles in 50 hours to get help for three companions stranded on a crippled fishing boat in the Gulf of Mexico according to Hospital officials. Page 8-b Stockholm swedish air Force colonel convicted As a soviet spy is sentenced to life imprisonment for Selling Western defense secrets to Russia. Page 8-b the nation Gettysburg president Dwight d. Eisen Hower welcomes gov. William into the gop presidential nomination race for the health and vigor of the Page 8-b House announces Gen. Paul d. Har Kins now u. S. Military com Mander in South Viet Nam will be allowed to retire and will return to Washington within 10 Days to serve As an adviser on the Southeast Asia problem. Page 8-b Decatur Farmers line up at Grain corporation to Purchase soybean meal for per ton a Price far lower than that in neigh Boring states. Page 8-b around Ohio Columbus gov. And mrs. James a. Rhodes Welcome their first grandchild a girl born Friday at Riverside Hospital about two hours after her father Richard Moore received his Bache Lor s degree from the com Merce College at Ohio state University. Page 5-b Columbus Ohio state University Bureau of business research reports april retail sales averaged 1 per cent above those of april a year ago and that sales for 1964 continued an uptrend with april sales 6 per cent higher than in March. Page 5-b Columbus Brig. Gen. Rob Ert c. Tyler a Veteran of 34 years service As commissioned officer in the Active and reserves named commanding general of army Reserve s 83rd infantry division. Page 5-b sport scope Canton England Bob Sweeny of Palm Beach Fla., last american survivor in British Amateur Golf championship is eliminated. Page 5-b c h Imago Joe Amalfitano blasts first grand slam Home run of his career to Pace Chicago cubs to 7-1 Victory Over Pittsburgh pirates. Page 4-b Lexington Ohio top sports car Drivers in nation including seven 1963 class champions prepare for National championship races sunday. Page 5-b the weather forecast continued warm with variable cloudiness through tonight with widely scattered afternoon and e v e Ning thundershowers. We a Thermal on Page 2-a predicted temp hates today f today i Lair s7 wednesday s temp Casimes Loir. Ujj i ium77. U a.m.74 noon a i m a rain it 24 Toufi temperatures sub were new Totth a g in ictus new Orlum. Ohio or Arlo Youh hic Baltimore my. Up Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton assailing those re publicans who advocate a weird parody on our Friday launched a last ditch Effort to seize the gop presiden tial nomination from sen. Bar by m. Goldwater. Acknowledging that the hour is late to halt the Arizona senator s bandwagon Scranton appealed to republicans to help me gain our party s Nom assails weird parody Scranton seeks nomination nation and i will Lead our party to he also conceded that he and other like minded gop leaders have waited dangerously Long to act since the convention is a Little More than a month away. But now he said surely All of us must confront Goldwater backers said Scranton was too late that their Man had it in the bag. But Scranton supporters immediately got Busy trying to round up uncommitted Dele Gates which otherwise might go to the senator by default even before the convention opens july 13. Scranton s decision was announced at the convention of the Maryland state republicans Only five Days after he had re affirmed earlier statements that be would Only accept a Genu Ine and honest draft for the nomination. Laotian reds stage drive Vientiane Laos up pro communist troops drove neutralise defenders from a vital defense Post West of the Plaine Des Jarres Friday and neutralise Premier Prince Souvanna Houma announced that u. S. Navy Jet reconnaissance planes were resuming operations. Race rally continues in Florida St. Augustine Fla. Up aide of jailed integration Leader Martin Luther King led 75 Young hymn singing negroes into downtown St. Augustine Friday in a March watched Over by about 30 officers some holding police dogs on leashes. The March was carried out without incident but its Leader Hosea Williams and six others were later arrested when they sought service at segregated Motel restaurant that has been chief target of the desegregation drive. Other negroes roamed the downtown area seeking service at additional segregated restaurants and lunch counters. By mid afternoon 14 had been arrested. Integration forces also had pickets parading in the Down town area with Large signs Reading Are you proud of your 400 years of segregation and slav St. Augustine is the nation s oldest City. White the demonstrations were in Progress a High level negotiating session Between opposing factions reportedly was going on behind the scenes. No one was talking officially about the Progress but the group reportedly was moving slowly toward some kind of settlement. King who was arrested at the same Motel where Williams was taken into custody Friday was brought before a City judge Friday morning and pleaded innocent on three breach of peace and trespass charges. He was held in lieu of Bond. Sources said King would probably remain in jail another night to dramatize his local desegregation efforts. Souvanna said the flights showed important troop movements by communist Patchet lao and North vietnamese Viet Minn troops and . Navy planes had photographic proof for the first time of the communist North vietnamese troops in Laos. Right Wing Gen. Amkha souk having reporte4 the communist troops had driven Neutral its from Phou Kout a Hill position commanding the important East Wesl Highway 7 and that the attackers were Only 11 Miles from the Neutral is Strong Point of Muong soul. He said neutralise reinforce ments have been moved up to a Fang Soui 110 Miles North of Vientiane and that a major Battle appears to be in the making. A communist Victory at Muong Soui would wipe out he last main neutralise forces and open the Way to Vientiane itself. Souvanna had charged in the Jast the communist North Viet namese were supporting the Yathet lao in open violation of he Geneva agreements on aos. But the hour rf8 crusaders photo graphed them in action. He said the planes would re sume operation in a few Days it diplomatic sources said there probably was a flight because of Souvanna s of important troop buildups. Senate defeats Dixie move Washington up the Senate Friday overwhelmingly rejected a Southern move aimed at writing a provision into the civil rights Bill to keep integration demonstrators from moving from one state to another. Was one of a series of Dixie woe amendments turned Back As the Senate drive toward passage possibly by the Middle of next week of the Dott rights Bill in history. The Senate will to dispose of won of the but the governor told report ers Friday he changed his mind because i came to the conclusion after a few Days of thought that we should not read Lincoln out of the party and that we needed a progressive his announcement had sever Al immediate results. Maxwell m. Rabb National chairman of the committee promoting ambassador Henry Ca Bot Lodge for the presidential nomination switched to Scran ton and urged his organization to do the same. Scranton for president Headquarters in Washington said j. Richard Jackman chairman of new Hampshire s delegation to the convention had telephoned to express his pleasure Over the governor s decision. New Hampshire s 14-Man delegation is pledged to Lodge As a result of the state s primary but Jackman reportedly said the delegates would meet this sunday to officially consider an alternative to Lodge on the Sec Ond ballot. One problem facing Scranton supporters was to make sure quiere is a second ballot. A United press International poll of Delegate strength showed that Goldwater had 542 pledged first ballot votes with 655 needed for nomination. He was sure to pick up More in the next few Days. Scranton had 87. Lodge 45. New York gov. Nelson Rockefeller 125 and Richard m. Nixon 12, with its scattered among other candidates and 186 uncommitted. A Sample of the Scranton strategy came in Virginia where republicans meet Satur Day to choose 10 delegates after previously selecting of whom Are for Goldwater Scran ton backers arrived in Rich mond Friday hoping to Suade the rest to go ted. Maryland where Scranton made his announcement has 20 uninstructed delegates wit i four leaning toward Goldwater. A sampling of delegates after the governor s speech showed the other 18 leaning toward Scranton. As the governor read his statement there shouts of we want Barry mingled with the chant of it want gov. William Scranton of Pennsylvania is greeted upon arrival at Friendship Airport in Baltimore md., Friday. Following his arrival the governor addressed the Maryland state gop convention and announced he will run for the Republican presidential nomination. At left is mrs. Scranton and at right daughter Susan 18, and son Peter 16. Up Tel photo Scranton must instill fear Delegate luring Only Chance by Raymond m. Lahr Washington up gov. William w. Scranton s Hopes for winning the Republican presidential nomination depend on luring National convention delegates already lined up for sen. Barry Goldwater. The Arizona senator has too much convention strength committed or within reach to lose the nomination unless some of his support can be chipped quickly. Scranton s belated announce ment will make him a rallying Point for the anti Goldwater re publicans who regard a Gold water nomination As a Road map to party disaster. To have a Chance for win Ning Scranton must instill the same fear into those delegates now favourable to Goldwater. In a year in which Republican prospects of beating presi take a second Golf claims the cynic is a game in which the Ball May lie poorly and the player Well. Dent Johnson Are Bleak at Best republicans in every state want a National ticket which will help not Hurt candidates for state and congressional offices. Anti Goldwater republicans already have played on this feeling by arguing that Nomina Tion of the Arizona senator would drag Many other gop candidates to defeat particularly in the Large Pivotal states where the party takes a More Liberal line than Goldwater. The base of opposition to Goldwater is in the Industrial Northeast in an arc running soviet pact called powerless Washington presi Dent Johnson and West germ an Chancellor Ludwig Erhard greed in two White House meetings Friday that the so Viet East German treaty is powerless to alter Western rights in West Germany and Berlin. The two leaders issued a joint or Amunique after their second meeting Friday. The first was held in private with no advisers present to discuss a firm Western response to the so Viet East German treaty announced earlier in Moscow. The joint communique said Johnson and Erhard took note of the treaty. But it added that both agreed that no unilateral move by the soviet Union could in any Way affect the rights of the three Western Powers or modify the obligations and responsibilities of the soviet Union with respect to Germany and Johnson and Erhard stressed that the soviet government would be solely responsible Foi the consequences of any at tempt at interference with Al lied rights resulting from the new treaty the communique said. Archduke s murder touched off War a Young fanatic fired the shots that started world War i when he assassinated Archduke Francis Ferdinand of the Austro Hungar Ian Empire and his wife Princess Sophia. The Story of the Street Corner assassination of 50 years ago is featured sunday in the recorder first traffic fatality occurred at Norwich the first recorded traffic death in Ohio took place in 1835 at nor wich when a runaway Stagecoach upset on the High Way killing a passenger. For Morris Schneider s account of the incident see sunday s to they also reaffirmed that until Germany is unified Only the freely elected and legitimately constituted government of the Federal government of Germany West Germany and no one else can speak for the German the communique said. Erhard said earlier in a sep Arate statement that he and Johnson and their advisers came to the conclusion that the treaty did not include any thing really but he said the West must be on its guard and respond very clearly to the pact. State department sources Al so said Johnson and Erhard found no cause for apprehension in the 20-year treaty of Friend ship Commerce and navigation even though East German communist chief Walter Ulbricht said it treated West Berlin As a unit separate from West Ger Many. A White House source said the United states Felt there is nothing in the treaty which would give East Germany tool Over Western to from new England through the Middle Atlantic states to Ohio and Michigan. These states Send about 400 of the delegates going to the Republican National convention four weeks from Mon Day. And they contain pockets of Goldwater strength just As other states where Goldwater is Strong contain some pockets of resistance to Goldwater. In the up tabulation Gold water already has 532 of the 655 delegates needed to win the nomination with More in sight at state conventions this week end. Texas will choose a big bloc of pro Goldwater strength when it picks its 56 delegates at its state convention next week. Although gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller of new York Stin is an Active candidate Scranton obviously will emerge As the Champion of the moderate to Liberal Wing of the gop. Rockefeller s never Bright Hopes flickered out when he lost the California primary to Goldwater. If Scranton can Force the contest to the convention the Competition May make the re publican presidential Nomina Tion More valuable merely giving the party More exposure. Both parties Are much aware of the free and valuable publicity they get from televised conventions and drama helps hold the audience. But Competition also can complicate the problem of re uniting the party once the nomination is settled. Former pres ident Dwight d. Eisenhower said Friday that contest is Evi Dence of vigor but it also can leave wounds which Are difficult to heal. Both Scranton and Goldwater Are party regulars who can be expected to support the Nom Inee of the convention. But the loser also must get his Wing of the party to work actively for the nominee in november if the prize is to be Worta much. Candidacy is mailed Washington up Pennsylvania gov. William Scran ton was welcomed into the gop presidential sweepstakes by republicans of every persuasion Friday but supporters of sen Barry m. Goldwater summed up his chances in two words too Ohio gets less rain than need Goldwater was among those who agreed that the delegates to the nominating convention in san Francisco next month should have a of Scranton the Arizona senator front runner for the nomination he will fight a Dean vigorous Campaign. He will not Duck the food my Proust Jet rift d. Eisenhower issued a statement through his office in Gettys Burg pa., calling the Scranton candidacy As Good for the health and vigor of the Eisenhower the most popular vote getter in presidential his tory commented it is in this conviction that i Welcome the entry of gov. Scranton whom i have Long admired into the Confer for the presidential nomination of the Republican the sex president stopped Short of an outright endorse ment of Scranton but a sup Porter of ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge switched to Scran ton shortly after visiting Eisen Hower. The visitor was Maxwell Rabb a former Eisenhower White House assistant who has been serving As head of a draft Lodge organization. Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of new York the Only serious Active rival to Goldwater until Friday said he was glad to see gov. Scranton s announce ment that he is joining the Bat the to give our party a but neither Rockefeller nor gov. George Romney of Mich Igan a dark horse Prospect signalled any move for an overt Stop Goldwater Effort. Romney who assailed Gold water As the prospective presidential candidate at the governors conference last week end said after Scranton s announcement he would try to keep the Michigan delegation uncommitted for the time be ing. However the Michigan governor said he welcomed the Prospect of an open convention and added it appears to me that gov. Scranton s Public record and Public position Indi Cate that he will favor a plat form in keeping with our re publican heritage and if Nomin ated would work to carry it out h three injured in collision three Young men were injured late Friday night in a two car collision on Ohio so near Clover Hill North of new Lexington. Two were beb eved critically Hurt ambulances took the injured to Good Samaritan Hospital under police escort. The names of the injured were not in Ltd lately known. Columbus up april showers were offset by below Normal rainfall in May the state water division said Fri Day and ground water Levels continued to drop in Ohio. Hydro fist Paul Kaser of the water division said May rain fall avenged Only 52 per cent of Normal reducing the accumulated departure from Normal in the Calendar year from a plus 4.86 inches to a plus inches. A narrow band across the state from Van Wert to the vie Unity of Youngstown received slightly More than three inches of rain in May. Yet one half or More of Ohio received less than two inches with several Points. In the Northwest and Southwest getting less than an Inch. The Lake Erie mean level for May reached the highest Point of any month in the current water year since october 1963, Kaser said. This is less than the Normal april May Rise result ing in the May level being .30 foot farther below Normal than was the april level. Ground water Levels re versed the rising trend observed in March and Kaser said and were falling during most of the youngster drowns Cleveland up Harry Paul 11, Lakewood drowned Friday in the suburb s Mun id swimming Pool. It s convertible weather it s hut of Tow person placed this f 20 Calls and South. Carl sold Dodge Contr Tomt in Good condition. Take Over ments. Fully equipped. Or How about you do you have a cartosiu7 dial 452-4561 wast and i rants 10 Lisp Aprl

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