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CHICAGO TRIBUNE, MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1967 6 Section 1 Barry Charges King Borders on Treason Attacks Rights Wieboldfs 1 i "out in the cold with King now calling for racial disorders and massive demonstrations against the Viet Nam effort." Sen. Jacob K. Javits N.Y. appearing on a New York radio program today, said he disapproves "very strongly" of attempts by King to link the struggle for Negro rights with opposition to the war in Viet Nam. Goldwater said.

"He has no proof of that He claims that the great majority of fight-ing'men are Negroes. I think 11.5 per cent are Negroes and I think the representation in the population is 10.4 per cent." Goldwater said the speech put King on the side of racial extremists and this damaged the civil rights movement He said it left racial moderates i a or Gov. James A. Rhodes of Ohio. Denies King Charges Goldwater denied charges by King that the war was hurting the civil rights movement and said King's speech last week was filled with "erroneous statements." "He said we had killed a million South Vietnamese," a thoroughbred of a watch by Loiigincs distinctive, dramatic i reduced 50 89 Leader Over Viet Stand Washington, April 9 (LTD Barry M.

Goldwater said today that Dr. Martin Luther King's criticism of the United States' Viet Nam policy was close to treason and would harm the civil rights movement. The 1964 Republican Presidential candidate, interviewed on a television panel, Issues and Answers, said King "made a dreadful mistake in calling on all people interested in civil rights to band together to become conscientious objectors and not serve their "This could border a bit on treason," Goldwater said. Predicts War Escalation As for the war itself, Gold-water said "you never win a i 1 I Bold black dial and roman numerals make this well-bred watch a distinctive style stand-out. Conveniently tells you the date at a flick of the -war without escalation and I is cSWera 69.95 to 15000 nO'l 49.0'iDLtoll9.00 wrist.

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Presidential nomination. But he said if the G. 0. P. convention became deadlocked over Nixon and Romney, it would probably choose either Gov.

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