13 THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Monday, August 26, 1963 Bellmon Predicts Goldwater Easy Winner In State OKLAHOMA CITY (API--Gov. Henry Bellmon predicted today Barry Goldwaicr will can-y Oklahoma by a 7-3 margin if he becomes ihe 19W presidential nominee. But the Republican governor again sidestepped an outright declaration of support for Hit: conservative Arizona senator, sayins: "I feel il would be |ifema- tnre lo support anyone al this lime." Al hij news conference, Bellmon also said New Yorl; Gov, Nelson Rockefeller would have lo change his image lo rcceiv-.' much support in the state. The governor said terwr Vice 'Â· President Richard Ni.xon 'carried Oklahoma by. a 6-1 Â· Â·iige in 19ufl 'Â· and "Golriwaicr is stronger than i Nixon was." Bellmen reiterated nis previous stand agninsi instructing or pledging delegates lo the 13(H GOP national convention. The governor's i posilion is in conflict with other; leading stale Republicans who are i leading a drive to pledge Oklahoma's delegation tor Goldunter. The governor, who w:is slate; GOP chairman during ihr 1%'C j convention, said sonre delegates "were exiremely disappointed in 'Â· Mr. Nixon" bin had been pledged i lo support him. "I was one ot Ihe many who Â· said at thai rime 'we'll never send another instructed delegation. 1 " Belln-.on said. Bellmon said he had talked with George llenman, nn official in Rockefeller's organisation and "1 told Henman thai unless Rocke-' feller" would do a groal deal in chan.gins his image -- there isn't fny possibility Ibey could expect anything (mm Oklahoma." Bellmon died Rockefeller's liberal views and "heavy spending" in New York as the image lhal needs polishing. In other news conference highlights: ApiXMntnvius -- Bcllmon appointed Dr. Thomas Points of Oklahoma City to the Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges, succeeding Phillip While of Oklahoma City. The governor also named Don Siauf'.oi- Â»r Oklahoma Cily to Ihe Forestei-s, Licensing and Registration Hoard: Dr. K. F. Lester of Oklahoma Cily lo the .Board of Medical K.\a miners and Lennon Solby of Oklahoma City 1o the Licensed Ardiitecis Board. Civil Righis -- Asked for com- m.--m on the civil rights march on Washington this week, !?ellmon said if violence erupts "I'm gravely concerned it would have a laying negalivc result . . ." lie added to de-wonsirato but the ifal danger in a demonstration of this sixe . . . is thai violence could resuli." He also said he is working with Â· at 10:17) Bill Rose. Human Rights Com- .il-minuie mission director, in completing deiails ol a meeting of state mayors to sutvoy Oklahoma's civil Tights situation, Tour--Bellmon said he will hold R series of Main Street meetings In Alfalfa County Saliirdav and World News Soviet Papers Assail Chinese City's Postal Employes Help Set Region Mark Lau-ton's post oflice made a big I lo eilies from rural areas and hopjinninc; of delivery service MOSCOW , (APi -- Â· The Soviet i contribution lo the record of Post- campaign ajajnsl Red China.con-| al Re Â»on 10 during fiscal year three cities for the first, lime, h. . , ",. , , .,,,Â·, ,- '1963, Charles W. Shoemake, Re- said. ihnuecl Ihis weekend with Izyes^-j ^^ Direclo ,. ^ [oday ^ ^.^ nm _ ^.^ ^ I pointing to food rationing in China i -ri le region, which includes iho 9,56-1 businesses in the three stale Pravda comparing Peking's j stales of Oklahoma. Kansas and j received city deliveries for lh wilh that of Nazi Jo- j Nebraska, with headquarters in i !]rsi time during this year. Then ' Wichita. Kans.. led Ihe nalion in ! were 1-1 fewer rural routes in ihr and propaganda 1 efficiency during ! region. Al Ihe same iime,' the re -15( scph Goebbels^^ j , nai| pro(:cssin , SEOUL (AP) -- Four political lnc fLsi;al year ' sh Â°emake. said, j maining 2,655 rural routes wcr- parlies agreed" today to back one! During this period, post office; oxlended by 1,000 miles to sorvr candidate against ' junta chief | employes in Ihe region handled ; additional rural pairons. Rura. car Gen. Chung I-Ieo Park in a presi-; 5.6 pe" cent more mail wiih 5,1 ; nprs traveled a total of li3K- Mnninn DM i=i I per cent fewer manhours, repre-: miles daily to serve n total of 1. No"'carnal" mis nominated, j Anting Â» savings of SI,5d2.277. Thc'^^1 people, approximately -151 Ihe decision confronted Park with his strongest opposition. The junta-backed Democratic Repub- partv had planned lo lake I - . advantage' of splits among ihe Â· Mnt efficiency gain,,he sum. other politJcal .parlies to help the i He congratulated Lawlon Post- junta chief m'n election. '. master C- D. Payne and his posl- j al employes for their coniribu- OSLO Norway (API -- More i lion. The local post office handled [than 200 young "socialists from 75 j a 5.6 per cenl increase in mail; , countries ended a week-long pol-|with a 10 per cent fewer ma icy session by accusing both cap-1 hours, resulting in an efficiency saving's in manhours plus absorb-. less than a year ago. ing ]5G million more pieces o f : Ci:y delivery .service serves -1. mail than were handled during the ' 1 : 'Â«" pcr ncssrs in (lie three-stale area. ,- PÂ°P"''" on -v.69.o6 n.cc] er cuner cily or rural delivery las year. Shocmake concluded. gain of 15X5 per cent. Slioemake noted thai no postal ! employes were . involuntarily sep- conpress of aratctl despite the reduced num- il ; r Â· i Cp tv ; ro , n- : -P cl - lnl JCmiM -, r . B;..LI, 10 JUppOrt KightS italism and communism of has- lening "the day of lot.il. annihila- lion of the world." The seventh world the International Union of Social- 1 ber of clerical hours. All scpar- isl Youth adopted a declaration I aliens were the result of normal co | n H , Jlh Ho]v mf|ss a| -...,, pm _ of principles Sundnv calling for altrilion-rnsiRnatiOTis. deaths anrl Tu ,, pdav . [n s . uppor | 0 ; lnc Q V J| Right! M . ir( .j; in v.'ashwlon a s;icii:i. Kervice wi!1 b(1 h( . id n , Sl g;,,-. nara Catholic church 25th and Lin- SENIORS ENROLL. More than 600 Laxvion high school senior? filed through enrollment lines today to pick up class schedules and locker assignments for the 1963- 64 term. LHS. Douglass and Eisenhower juniors enroll Tuesday. Public school enrollment is expected to soar to 15,(50 students this year. Other picture Page 1. disarmameni. and giving, unre- sei-ved support lo the United Nations. : Tho pastor. Rev. Paul Moilan. . said Catholics ihroughour riie si-iie. Chief Faces One Of Most Vital Weeks WASHINGTON 'UPM -- President Kennedy today plunged inio what could be one of ihe mosi important weeks of his White House caroi-i-. slai'ting wilh a conference with Soviei Ambassador Anatoly Dobfynin. The meeting with Dobryuin. Kennedy's first session wilh a lop Russian leader since thr nuclear les! ban treaty was negotiated. was arranged following talks lasi week between the Soviei envoy and Slate Department officials. Burglary, Theft Cases Reported Hal Boyle Says Rights March Seems To Be Walk Of Sustainment Now BERLIN '.APi--''Hitler raised Germany from Ihe depth of democracy." ihe posters said, "but Ihe Jews forced Britain lo de- i plovos, clare war on their behalf." The posters, bearing Adolf Hit retirements. There WHS no automation installed in pos: office? during Ihe VL'BI', he cmpha.si/.ed. . . , . , . Â£SÂ±SÂ£.-SfÂ£ E : SJS5, S'-iffV - - ness ol ma-JMve ac s of Dro! n sÂ£ cellenl cooperation received from Â·"" s Â° I H l '--" c "-Â·Â·Â· Â°' i" " Â· Â· - Â· Of dedicaled em- Patron delivery sen-ice wa P anlKj 3J Â£; r c:e "' cillnI ?S Shoemake said, ex- which have developed in response lo continued injustice and prac- licc-s of raci;il rliscrimination in American life." ler's porlraii and ajiti - Semitic i P nsl - vcar slogans in English, were found \ m Â° re P el ' son , s , res.din- m cities lacked lo Ihe doors ot Wesi Ber-, received, mail delivery. This is the lo lin's Jewish community Sunday. center: ' rcsul! of the nalional population increase, moving by more persons A N T S ? Call FOG SERVICE EL5-2n8 u.v Local officers today were investigating a series of ihoft and burglary esses reported during the past weekend. Police said one of ihe cases involved tho aicinpied thefl of valuable copper lubing Irom Jack Rayburn Lumber Co., 1?.OG F. Fuur persons wore l?ing ques- lioneri in coieciion u-iih the Ibeft aitempi. Police said one of the reports in- volvcil a felonious assault againsi \rilliam Jones. .1(i. No. 2J' ; B. n-ho Â· nl v mollp .v rcH i i'i\'i'd a (in over ihe Icfi eye UOVI.K: MOW YORK fAPl-,M of Ix'ing an individual. Ihe I've 'policy we do or don'l have seems,,'determined lo march for o r : risk rin ' ''^^ lit.- . .,., cided not lo maivh on Washington this Wednesday. When it comes lo criticizing Ih"' government. I yield man. But I'd ral.her sustain disiaiicr than niai'c-h u;xni ii. The besl govenimenl is Ihe one you're farlhesl from. I'd rniher sen:l it lend il my pros- , . ' s I Rev. Herman Ledforri, pastor of leaves me con! Oiatwnooga's First B a p t i s t [used. I sense R logical emptiness, j church, is conducting a one-week lleadrick. it. situation en il comes lo the expression lo no ai a cenlralc on any s|xvi[ie issiie. The\' were e.xprcied to discuss a general range of topic-; dealing with recnnily improv.-yl Russo- American ivlroions. including ihe lesl ban. ; and slab wound uf Ihe lower I The viciim said tiic wounds wcrv I inflicted by a woman during an I Sundii.v. Till- woman al- sinick him on Ihe ln'ad | will: a wine boille and slabbed him ] in the back with a pair of scissors. (/!' free eiilerMrise. i yield lo no j man. But id ibr price of considerable soul searching. I have review my relations wilh Ihe d-deral gov- rrnmcnl Hiid reached my own coiiclusinn. I have decided thai the gov- ""Obviuusly many other people enimenl's purpose is to run the . don'l [eel lhal way. country mid my duly la il is la : It appeai-s that 'everybody who ! P a - v nl v ln -'. ri - l! - l! appears to me .doesn't have anylhing else to do Is going to march Wednesday -- loo late lo see The President Washington ihis niorninu 10; In other cases, \V. H. linden, from a No. -M SE Seventh, noted ihe theft low pressure weekend with his family at their summer rcireat at llyannis Port, Mass. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy Paul Fay ol a bicycle: Kay Davis. -Ifi29 Sonta ! Fe. said thifves nilrtnptcd to steal ] Ally. I ;l gcnciiuor Ii-om li"r 1!C7 Chev :ind ] rolct: Maurice Chicoine. 2109 A, ihe ihefl of clolbing from ; tier house: Milfond Johnson noted ; the theft of a wall clock from his I automatic laundry al 707 S. Uih; i and Argusr.i Brown, 1210 Lee. rc- . poned thrfl of clothing. Enicst Powell ,ii\, li'T B, spid vandals broke the windshield ol his 1959 Ford. early to admire ih coin's meial beard "Sec you al. the Pennsylvania /v \friends have he* % n i doubt I'm sui'e thnl my (obligation ends tbei-r. I neiiher dislike nor approve of 'llic i ihe government enough lo march loo i "P"" ^'asbingion. Tu me ii's a _i n . ' dull plaof in .August, nncl I'd jus us soon lit: soniewhei'e else like barricades on ' 1L 'r ( . 1 . v n n u e," m y . Alter Inokinn ni ihn wholi l Idlinc. me. i alion Irnm wcry angle. I'' ev will. ]n I l011 is 1 '' 1 ' oul ""' m a rivciul ri " '"'" "Â° l} why ' '" sl bul walk of suslainiiicnl. \rlin i^; niihm- fnr nr " TM* - VMr ri R u ' T b?Kl ' 1 " " s nmv n P . Sa.Uav ni'ht' Xavy Uti accompanied Kenmxiy. The presidemial jel landed al Andrews Air Foi-ce Base.. .Md., m. KDT 'ollowinK a flight from Otis Air Force Base, Mass. Kennedy look a helicopter to Ihe White House for the meeting wilh Dobn-nin | 2:f^ff?a^r K|sooner Marchers I Beulah Races On, While there, he sal in on some ) L I j ff)f\f\ of Ihe probing lalks Scerelar : o f j l N e G G ?7UU .. Stale Dean Rusk held wilh Pre- ^ u ' , cid,-d whal lo do. I've decided ,o mako n pe.-son- Icst-nppixival march lo WashinR- i ton. I've tli-cidcd to slay liome, 'open another can of Ix'cr. read ; (iboul it in Ihe newspapers and ! iVt-ilrh Ihe wliolc thing on lele- \ r ision. Two Officers Slain In Nude LODI. N.J. (CPU -- Two policemen were forced lo disrobe and then were shoi lo death earlv Today in a night club where they had gone lo check on a disturbance. An ex-convict with a long police record was arrested as a suspect a few hours, after ihe double murder al the Angel Lounge. Two others were soughi bv police. The victims were detective Sgt. Peter Volo, 40. and probationary patrolman Garry Tedcsco, 21. who joined the force only a week ago. Bergen County Prosecutor Guy Cilissi said Voto discovered one of the men was canying a pistol when he wen| 10 the club lo in- ve.-nigate a reported disturbance, i The discovery apparently touched the shootings. Calissi said. 1 mier Nikila $. Khrushchev and olher Russian officials aboul pos' sible Jut-tiler measures Ic.r easiiv To Pay Bus Fare OKLAHOMA C1TV l U P i ) -- .A Poses No Threat Prohibition Parfy Chooses 1964 Nominees This Week East-West friction in Ihe wake of i bus iriji lo Washington for a civil Â· s |m ' m . '"u' the test tan agreement. i rights demonstration Wednesday It 1 1 * course Presiticni Kennsdy laces B r a t t ; w a s -, n d ol ,b| [ 0 |- an Oklahoma (Kt;| V ;irwl Cir- delegation today. Clara LuiK-r. youth iidvisi^r for : MIAMI (UPM -- llurrican Beulah. ihe season's second tropical B ratt of olher problems this week, ranging from Wednesday's mass i march on Washington i | ho Oklahoma Cilv chapter of the - 'Â· - - ' - Â· civil nghls march on uasmngion lo the slicky question of American operations in si rife-torn South Viet Nam. Warn Participants Four women Md llie bartender : spark tot were the only persons in the club : Federal with the three men al the time, worked on WASHINGTON (UPI i--Leaders of Wednesday's civil rights march on Washington warned participants loday against provoking violence and disorder from "evil persons . . . determined lo smear this march and discrcdii !.hc cause of equality." "We call for self-discipline so th?it no one in our 'ranks, however enthusiastic, shall be the National Association for the Ad- v.'incemeni of Colored People, s-'iiri Hie gixiup must raise S9fÂ». in ad- dilion 10 52,000 alrendy raised, by tonight if ihe 70 delegates arc lo make the trip nn two chartered buses. Members of the deleguiion. comprised of leen-agers and five min- ST, LOUIS f APi--The Prohibition party will choose ils JDG-I presidential and vice presidential a speedy but harm; : candidate this week, southeast of Bermuda The puny will open its convcti- woalhcvmcn said she , tion Thursday, :ai to land areas. . Among those mentioned to head latest advisory located the |j lc ij c k c i nri . Dr. R. L. Decker of Kansas Cily. Mo.: Dr. Enoch floltwick, Givenvilln. IJ1.; E. Harold Munn Sr., H'tllsdalc, Mich.: Dr. Claude U'aison. Los Angeles, Calif.; Dr. Mark Shuw. Boston, Mass., and Roy S. Hollornan, Topeka, Knn. If Ihe trip plans fall the group plans a "sympathy" march in Oklahoma City. .Mrs. Luper said. "Oklahoma Cily will see the biggest demonstration it has ever seen" Wednesday if ihe group, does not get to m;Lke the trip lo Washington. The group received S600 Sunday disorder," Uiey said, l^"-' 1 " fl " appeal to community and local authorities j churches, details . was no : Tli. 105 Â· mile-an - hour winds around Beulali's center al latitude 29.li 'north, longitude 60,5 west. 1 or aboui ,'il'.") miles southeast of Ihe j British reson. Gales extended SO miles from the hun-ic:in. i 's center in ihe | northeast semicircle and aboui '150 miles to the so'jihwesi. Â·Â«, , Â· T ., r , I Beulah W:LS moving on a nonh-1 MirUSHCneV, lltO LOHfer 1 ci-ly course at nearly U miles an i n ., . . n , n . . ihour which would send her "weii; On Yugoslavia-Red Relations PULA, Yugoslavia (UPI.)--Pre- SPECIAL MASS FOR RACIAL JUSTICE THE CATHOLIC CHURCH SUPPORTS THE NEGRO RACE IN ITS EFFORTS TO OBTAIN THOSE RIGHTS THAT BELONG TO ALL MEN AND ARE GUARANTEED BY THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS -- BOTH NEGRO AND WHITE -- WILL SCON HAVE A PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION IN WASHINGTON, D. C. PURPOSE: TO FOCUS THE ATTENTION OF THE NATION IN GENERAL AND THE CONGRESS IN PARTICULAR UPON THE FACT THAT TILL NOW THE NEGRO HAS BEEN TREATED AS A SECOND CLASS CITIZEN. WE INVITE PEOPLE OF ALL FAITHS TO PARTICIPATE IN A SPECIAL MASS THAT WILL BE OFFERED IN ST. BARBARA CHURCH ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 27TH AT 5:30 P.M. FOR THE SUCCESS OF THE WASHINGTON DEMONSTRATION. [ h r o u s h - ! ! h c l Miami' er Bureau said. ! Capital Man Held In Wife's Slaying OKLAHOSlA CITY ( U P I ) - A Oklahoma' Cily man worked on la.sl-m;nule details of i be said. Three of them were later an elaborate, military-like logisti- j rlealmOfl Oil Field Worker picked up in nearby Hackensack ^ p'-an 10 provide needed food, i ; mie\- Nikila Khrushchev and President Tito mot today, in the .seclusion of Ihe latter's Brioni fs- land- retreat, to tJiresb oui problems affecting Yugoslavia's roJa- tions wii.h the rest of'-the Communist world. Queslions believed .10. rank high was held on a complaint of mm- nmo "S ' thc mallei-s they discussed l dei- loday: a ricr Ihe beaten body of TM'c -the expansion oi Yugoslav found fitter police slopped them Jor driving wilhout headlights. Gloria's Husband Takes Barbiturate | After Divorce j NEW YORK I UP]) - Sidney! Lumel. divorced on Saturday by: hcii-css Gloria Vanderbill. ' was j ndniilied to St. Vincent Hospital! - Sunday night suffering [rom an.. 1 overdose of a barbiturate, police i reported today. ; The- 39-yeai-old Ihttudcal director was s;iid by the hospital lo be in "fair condition." Miss Viindei-biH's New York tomcy, Arnold R, Krakower. announced on Saltirday that she had i obtained a divorce in Jaurex, Mexico, (rom Lumel. her third husband. The couple had agreed on Friday lo a formal separation pending a divorce. Lumct and Miss Vanrterbilt who also is 39. were married in 1956. water, shelter, medicaj care and Kills Self With .22 Rifle police prelection for Ihe more, than 100.000 marchers expeclcd I ARDMORE (UPI I -- A Â· 24-ycar- ;old oil Held worker, died Sunday his common law- in a bed at their wife was home Sunday. Wilboit Nichols was jailed after ' Iraclc wit.h ihe Moscow-bloc na- lions and Iho adoplion of a com- ! here. i More than firemen. 10.000 JocaJ police federal troops, .National Guardsmen and deputies will be on hand lo keep the pence, though local officials and march leaders said they do not expeci ;uiy violence. the body, of N'aomi Ellis, 32, was discovered a I. l.hcir home. Police Â· said pillowcase.-; and | clothing, sl.-fuicd with blood, were ' found al the '.scene. Â· ' ; Officers said wjtnesscs told j ,. . , ,, , . , , : Ilium Nichols struck llic woman j by lleadlon Sulurday night when| w i l | , ,, is . fisl ;m(| iknoc| . od ,,,, !o ! he fjred a^bulel Ii-om a 22-caliber j lhe nd SilUl ,. dav ^^ du ,. inE gun into his forenead, Kc died jn | ;u , 3unlem nc ar "iheir home, ' Ardmore Memonal Hospital. I . . ... mon stand againsi Red China's brand ot communism, Â· HOME SAVINGS Held of a self-inflicted gunshot' wound, ! Authorities said Jerry Lee .Boles : was wounded al his home in ncar-' INSURANCE ROACHES? Â·Licensed Â·Bonded Â·Insured If FV 'JfiKMITK AM) r\t I PÂ£ST OOMKOL EL 5-S805 . JEL7-O182 you SHOULD TIP -(OUR HEAD BACK- THEN THEY'LL . POUR EASIER WITHOUT euMPlNd STANDARD TILE tflOOR COVERING MEANS HI6H aUALITV. _ 306 S. 2Bth ST. .(ACROSS.from CAMERON ; .COLLEGE)." - BUI 'Quality Plus Economy! SAVE UP TO 20% On Automobile and HOMEOWNERS Coverage Be SURE and COMPARE Coverage and Rarei . ,' ( . 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