Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 15, 1964 · Page 23
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6 MONDAY, JUNE 15,1964, UU Charles American Press Barry Expects Delegate Boo st From Texas U"fM/"*TAM' /AO\ C-_ 1-i..1 -_j ^11 .AH........ *N^r WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Barry Goldwater is expected to corral 56 delegate votes in But not all of this first ballot strength is irrevocably bound to the Arizona senator, and Gov. Texas Tuesday and, by current William W. Scranto'n of Penn- count, push past the magic total needed to win the Republican presidential nomination. sylvania will be hopscotching the country this week, trying to pick off some of the delegates NIXON ASSOCIATED MfSS SUWr 0(« OOf coNVtNnoN oeiiGAres )00 200 300 400 500 600 GOLDWATER ADVANCES — Arizona's Sen. Barry Goldwater, needing 655 voles for nomination as GOP presidential candidate, picked up 42 additional delegates over ihe weekend raising his total io 619 voles for jjomination on the first ballot. Texas' 56 delegates who will decide Tuesday how they will vole could push Goldwater over the lop. (AP Wirephoto). now in the senator's column. Since Scranton launched his drive for the nomination last Friday, however, he has gained little more than a score of votes —and only one of the delegates who lined up behind the governor was for Goldwater earlier. The senator's total meanwhile ballooned to 619 by Associated Press tally. He needs 655 for nomination and is favored to win all of the 56 votes to be designated in Texas and if most if not all of the 14 to be assigned in Montana Friday and Saturday. Those two conventions wind up the delegate selection process for the Republican National Convention opening July 13 in San Francisco. The AP survey of the 1,238 delegates already chosen showed this first ballot lineup based on primary election commitments, instructions, pledges and stated preference: Goldwater (UO Nelson A. Rockefeller 127 Scranton 113 Henry Cabot Lodge 4fi Homer Tugboat Crewman Drowns In Sabine River ORANGE, Tex. (AP) - Sam Guidry, 18, of Homer, La., a crewman on the tugboat Waide, fell overboard and drowned in the Sabine River near here Sunday. Margaret Chase Smith 15 Richard M. Nixon 13 Favorite sons 93 Uncommitted 212 Scranton and Pennsylvania State Chairman Craig C. Truax claim that only 250 of Goldwater's votes are from legally bound delegates. "There is a certain slippage of feeling for Goldwater," Scranton said. Replies to a spot check of delegates following Scranton's announcement showed no headlong Boy Gefs Gal For 3 Pence LONDON (AP)-John Butler, 27, is honeymooning today with the girl he won in a 5-cent lottery. Butler bought a 3-pence (five cents) ticket during a charity drive by students of Birmingham College of Technology, The prize was a blind date with any member of the college's netball team. Butler won, and chose Jill Teague, now 20. One date followed another. They were married over the weekend. Said Jill's mother, Mrs. Evelyn Teague: "People thought the lottery was in bad taste and I must admit I thought it a bit funny. But the outcome could not have been happier. They are ideally suited." rush away from Goldwater, however. There also were a few shifts from previously uncommitted delegates to Scranton's banner, notably four in North Dakota. Goldwater backers across the nation contended the senator's delegates would stand fast. The weekend conventions went about as expected. Goldwater gained support ranging from solid to unanimous at state conventions in Idaho, Utah, New Mexico, Virginia and Missouri. He picked off four of Connecticut's 16 and five of Maryland's 20. Scranton appeared before both conventions, winning 12 in Baton Rouge To Hold Meet On Economy BATON ROUGE (API-Business, agriculture and industrial representatives from eight parishes will meet here Tuesday to consider economic development of the Baton Rouge area. The area economic develop ment conference, one of a series held over the state, will be at Louisiana State University. Sponsors of the conference include LSU, tho State Chamber of Commerce and the Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce. Ascension, East and West Baton Rouge, East and West Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston and Pointe Coupee Parishes will be represented. CANADIAN O.UBIS 8 YEARS CUX IMPORTED IN BOTTLE FPOM CANaru sv ,, Ai.K, w IUPOP1 EPS, INC,J5EIfi!Oir r MICHIG«M,«6.8;PROOF.eteNOEr> CAMAOIAMV/HISKV. Connecticut and four in Maryland. Only in Minnesota, where forces favoring an uncommitted stand were victorious, did Goldwater fail to win support. Even there he has eight previously elected district delegates. Sfafe Youfh Wins Derby In Alabama MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - A 13 year-old Lafayette, La., boy isi the winner of the Mobile soap box derby. Billy Smith, son of retired Air Force Maj. Hugh Smith, 205 Arnoud Dr., Lafayette, has had his heart set on winning a derby race ever since his brother won the Savannah, Ga., championship several years ago. No race is held at Lafayette and the Baton Rouge, La., dor- by was cancelled. So, Billy entered the Mobile contest. He won five rounds Saturday in a field of 58 racers. His prize is a $500 U.S. savings bond, a trophy and a free trip to Akron, Ohio, in August to compete at the Ail-American International Derby. Former Denham Springs Mayor Dies Sunday DENHAM SPRINGS, la. (AP) — Funeral services were scheduled today for S. D. Allen, 61, a former mayor of Denham Springs, who died Sunday in a Baton Rouge hospital. Grand Isle WHS the headquarters of Jean and Pierre Laffitte and their swash buckling pirates in the 1820's. n DON'T BE , — , , _.....-„ rtdfl to QTHl*fW4(fflht COH* ditlon. 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