Independent from Long Beach, California on February 27, 1964 · Page 5
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 5

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 27, 1964
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r* · «,. A-i--INDEPENDENT UIK (IK*. CKX. rturv. ft*, r- »u 'Knowlancl in Blast at Martin (Continued from Page A-1) til ifter the June 2 primary election. ' KnowUnd said this would result ia "a major conflict of interests." Referring to two other Rockefeller supporters, U-S. Sen. Thomas H. Kuche] and former San Francisco Mayor George Christopher, Knowland said many of the "hundreds of thousands of Californians" now in the Gold water camp supported these two men two years ago. Christopher was an unsuc cessful candidate for lieuten ant governor in 1962 and: K u c h e 1. now Rockefeller's California manager, won reelection to the Senate. "Even with short political memories," Knowland said. "these two Rockefeller supporters were not prepared to indulge in the smear tactic of 'guilt by association' in try- Ing to destroy the party that nurtured them and men who in the past have supported them. *BITT AS they see developing here in California a Goldwater ground swell of substantial proportions." s a i d Knowland, "Mr. Martin wai tent in ... on a 'rule or ruin" movement. If they cannot Few Listen to Stassen Speec es Ruil in Indiana Primary : ' ' ,, · ' ' · ' · ; " ' ' ' » (Continued from Page A-l) jdeadline. Brown says he and pick a Republican in about his possible candidacy \v~*«.t^.r .,« K» fc*« t+fnti* other unpledged delegates'J"ty- [this year. \\ednesday_thathe_has been n ^ nvlnrilrfm ;,,., lv - f/ J Goldwater .l»*dv h a,' He his maintained stead_ily designated by the Goldwater', 111 «« overwhelmingly for Goldwater. Goldwater already entered or announced tis intention ta enter primary that he is not a candidate for the job he narrowly lost in · · « | ilCUlUln Is* CULCl U4 UltAJ ¥ i --"- *·" - . ' « ,,,»· v ' ,, elections in New Hampshire I960 but that he would run FLORIDA has 34 votes in'March 10, California. June 2, »g«i" ; * * v '" WITH STASSEN IN NEWi, HAMPSHRE Wi --Harold E.| 3r.i?r|f£3»^^;^L-7--,i- ^-£g~=SrttsyEtB-s £SvE3^;TMF3- t^rJ^^s^i'^S^S/rfi " r * . 0 1 cnjxeagea a c i e g n e i i r · [formal entry is required in·oougitwo 10 speaiv on me by State Chairman; Nw Ywt ^«Jn«sday night 1 J H - - New , ««tatei Florida. · issues. ., m ^ ,, _,-- Fairfield Brown, ^ esj| »^t he already has 25 vote* ^ ,,, ^ o| ^ o ^\ Neirter^ northward to Cor-the two groups reach agreet countmg states *hKh ^^ c^date, w potential %S£*££%£'% Sw ham, Berlin and Uncaster. ment by next Tuesday's fUing have primary elect«ns. It nominees has said hell enter f" 5011 R««IU« Texas Hags at Fair His a m p l i f i e d remarks seemed to go out into thin] air. A few persons would watch and listen from a dis-| NEW YORK W1 -- Gbv. tance. but cone crowded John B. Connally attended around to hear Stassen speak. ceremonie j Wednesday in win take 655 delegates to'ths Indiana primary. Slep Up Quotas York, campaigned in Hampshire Wednesday. GOLDWATER said in the' interview that if he fails to DOVT MISS the fine selec-i . . , .,,.., ^,.^t-_,i li ^~- *""" "· --· ·~ vv ' ·"· tion of home -values offeredTM 1 "" 1 lt L ' e stltel P a " llon) 196J-64, Immigration Miniso you ia "Homes for Sale") 0 " the srounds of the New ter Hubert Opperman in the Classified Section 139.|York World's Fair. [nounced. Kosher Ship CANBERRA t¥V--Australia E«t the nomination he thinks] JERUSALEM VF-- The SS increased its British im-l"* 11 * c^n that would be in Shatan win go to sea strict- _-ation «ruota by 10,000 a contention would be Dick j y kosher, Israel Lines an[record total of 55.000 for Nixon." 'nounced. Orthodox Jewish Nixon, in Minneapolis on elements had objected to Wlrttfwt* \\11AT MUST A GIRL submit to these days if she wants to attend a murder trial? Here, 7-month- old Sharon Leigh White of Temple, Texas, is being frisked for weapons by Deputy Sheriff Rosemary Allen to make sure she "ain't packin' a hawgleg" into court at the Juck Ruby trial Ruby Jury Selection Picking Up in Speed DALLAS (UPI-- Speeding toward a finish thi, week. "controi7he plrty'in CaMon£ l »"°TM v ' *»'«» » J'°f S sa'esman, a suntanned mailman they are prepared to destroy! lnd » Itvluh bd y bookkeeper as jurors in the Jack Ruby it. !n thi, they will not suc-"^" t" 3 ' Wednesday leaving only four to go. he teed." | Judge Joe, Brown said At his own news confer- thought the jury should be' When the trial recessed for tnce in San Francisco Tues-V*ed by Friday. Chief de- the day at 6:20 p.m, there day, Martin said that Gold- fense attorney Melvin Belli^had been 5i veniremen ques water and Knowland have no stiU fitfully asking to move.tioncd. Judge Brown caHed sympathy with the radical'the t r i a l out of Dallas,|off plans to hold a night ses right and are not John Birch'guessed testimony in the'sion as the tempo of selec Society members. [slaying of Lee Harvey Os-!tion picked up dramatically But Martin, describing thewald could begin Saturday. In contrast to the three Birchers as "dedicated, un-Dist. Atty. H e n r y Wade jurors picked Wednesday, i scrupulous, and wen or-'agreed. , jhad taken a week to pick the ganized." added: ne $ i lt h. seventh » n d'i«t twa "I know that after a Gold-'ejghth Jurors chosen were Beni heM ^^S stage-whis water victory. Senator Know-'ajnong M prospects called in Wed conversations with Ru land and those like him who 1 the ninth day of the trial. b y- who fidgeted and plucked are true Republican conserv-|Th e defense used peremptory!" h i j i 0 * 1 *- atives will be swept aside." (no reason needed) challen'-l "Jsck is having problems." K N O W L A N D replied es to dismiss two prospects B e l l i announced. 'Serious Wednesday [and the prosecution cashiered Problems. Worry talk, of I don't sweep aside easily.' on e And I don't believe that any responsible Republican leader i, coin;; to be \hrust out." Questioned about the finan-, cial resources of the Rocke-) feller campaign, Knowland ; said: dferlse ^ { of Uj : i . i , ,v. .different kind. I can tell what he is saying but it is not too coherent." , "I think it is apparent to anyone who has traveled the state that more money haslthey are great--cannot offset!wcre chosen without argu- been spent in the Rockefe!ler ( the one priceless ingredient ment b e f o r e the session campaign to date than has that Sen. Goldwater pos-'erupted in quarrels and a ever bctn spent in a Calif or-'sesses. And this is over-'shouted exchange between nia campaign. . . . jwhelming grass-roots sup- Belli and an elderly jury pros"All of the resources of the port." pcct. 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