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Des Moines Register (Newspaper) - September 6, 1964, Des Moines, Iowa The New Look On Playgrounds Kids Dont and Family SteHon 1964 Football Preview Iowa High Schools and fhe Professionals In Station He HitchHikes On Mississippi Samplti River THE WEATHER Cloudy with showers and thun derstorms more humid and warmer through tonight high near low in Monday fair and Sunrise sunset Detailed weather The Newspaper Iowa Depends Upon PRTfF 20r Exwl ln Kuril and by Motor Delivery Des Sunday September Sections General News Section URGES TAX CUT EVERY YEAR MISSISSIPPI FAMILY RUN OUTOFTOWN Befriended White Rights Workers AP The parents of 1963s Miss Missis sippi said Saturday they were run out of their hometown for being hospitable to white rights Choked with Albert Heffner told about un believable threats and intimida including the slaying of three It happened in where the Heffners native Mississippianshad lived 10 The south Mississippi city has been the scene of sev eral civil rights Met a Minister Heffner said it all started after she and her hus band met a National Council of Churches minister at their pas tors The minister was in McComb to try to explain desegregation and develop church The Heffners invited him to He asked if he could bring a They said That night after they came the phone calls said Heffner at a press con Then all calls into our house were either tapped or moni People started driving by the house slowly at night and we were told the house would be bombed or She of sleeping with guns by the Like Leprosy Jan Miss Mississippi 1933 and Heffners stepdaugh has been away at Heffner said the youngest lives at home and was repeatedly threat TROUBLE UP ON BOOT HILL AGAIN ALLAFRICAN Goldwater Makes Bid HOUSE CLASH SOLUTION IN CONGO URGED Selassie Future ofj Continent Periled ADDIS ETHIOPIA AP Emperor Haile Selassie told a meeting of African Min As Johnson Asks Ban On Draft as an Issue SILASSIS istcrs Saturday the whole fu ture of Africa hangs on find ing a solution to the problem of the The meeting of the Council of Ministers of t h e Organiza tion of African Unity was called to discuss the Con where Premier Moise Tshombe is fighting Communist backed Tshombe is at tending the Selassie Presides as head of the host is Addis Ababa is the permanent head quarters site of the Mercy flights into Stanleyville still were being prevented Sat jurday by the rebels who hold the eastern Congo At least 40 including the fiveman staff of the By Clark Mollcnhoff i Of The Resislers Washlnoton Bureau j Repubj j 1 i c a n presidential candidate j jBarry Goldwater promised la boring men and women Saturl day that if he is elected Presii he would propose to Con gress a regular program of automatic annual come cuts in m Scnator offici ally opening his campaign for assails Senator Goldwater as a man who drives away those who dis with him PAGE By Charles Bailey Of Registers Washington Bureau ON PROBE OF JUSTICE Hoffa Trial Issue Bromwell for It By Nick Kotz Of The Registers Washington Bureau A controversy is raging in the Prcs It was understood that Gold idcnt said Saturday that House Judiciary Committee over i waters tax proposal would be he did not think the question whether it should investigate loperative only if there were a of ending the military the Departments eon j series of balanced should be a part of the Presiduct in prosecuting James Hoffa Labor Day Statement dcntial clcction Roy Cohn and Maj Qcn Edwin Goldwater made remark Although he said he took hisWalkcr various committee in a i ahnr stajpmmf wjthout reference to any i in a Labor Day Mr Inlinmn moflimembers are attacking each which was given to reporters while the Goldwater party was in flight from to Lockport for the formal open ing of the campaign of the Re publican i vicepresidential no William Goldwaters press Paul said Goldwater will spell out the details of his tax plan in a speech Tues day night in Dodger Stadium at Los In Saturdays Gold Johnson madei his commertt in response to a others motives on question about Republican pres Supporters of the investi idential nominee Barry Goldwajgation contend t h e ir only tars proposal for ending the motive u to invesligate charges that Robert Kennedy and the Justice their zeal to HourLong Walk The President talked to re porters Saturday first in a half hour news conference in his of fice and then in an hourlong walk that led him through five laps around the White House south a handshaking ses sion with and back into are believed to be held virtually stop at Mason of hard for must be returned to those who Throughout the session he sought to appearance of going so far as to refuse to characterize h i s MASON CITY VISIT AP as hostages 24 is on a twoweek Selassie said African prob schedule for presidential can No Pie in the But An AntiJewish The Meadow Was Full Prejudice lems should be solved only byj didafe Barry Goldwater anjtis i Africans but the problem ofj nounced Saturday by the Re speech Monday in as a campaign kick off which everyone knows the Congo had attracted the ini publican National also is to make stops in Digs at Goldwater run roughshod over the civil rights of Opponents contend that the purpose of the investigation is either to assist Teamster Presi dent Hoffa in his court appeals from government convictions By Colin Frost We cannot comtempiate with equanimity the t r a g i c situation he and A SIGNIFICANT antiJewish who formally opened his cam paign in Thurs and he left no doubt in the minds of his listeners that I ened and When Id go people I had known all my life would treat me like I had We just couldnt ask Carla to live in that atmo Heffner The Heffners have taken an DENBY ENGLAND great pie of Denby prejudice exists among Cath largest ever seen in this home of monster emerged in triumph from its oven Saturday and was promptly devoured by i waiting j For 36 hours its six tons of felj below the vast as spices and semblaSe for which the vil had baked and bubbled in olics concerning fixion of reveals the cruci a survey Page 3G It tf not only the Congos A Republican adnjs reflexcs are t I future that hangs in the ministration will do just lhe contest lage pie committee had pre Enough were Buckleys overlooked by a to demolish the herd of including the mothers of some of its ingredi apartment in This thing isnt just ing to said pje T Its happened to many people t B 4 in Mississippi who dont agree The rectangular steel dish with the holding the pie measured 18 which was divided into portions and sold at 10 shil lings a includ ing the price of a commem orative CROWN PRINCE as regent of Saudi battles Arabs and tradition to block socialist tide 10G but that of the of ked whether New Impetus for a regular j Presjdent had received any It is for us to decide if theiprogram of automatic annual fnm theu studv victory is to be and ajcuts in income This prohe several months lnto t he new impetus to be given to gram could and would be ac free of political of modifying Tshombe sat quietly during Adult Crossword Briefly CASHWORD Puzzle Classified Ads L i Commercial News Denby a Yorkshire vilEditorials the opening playing with Goldwater this year voted 10TV a yellow He is expected against the billion tax cut mobilization and how 2G 8S 8F to come under fire for hiring bill passed by He called it a nickleflipping African leaders think he decision at the but later on them said he thought h i s vote should have called I kept hoping that it was a I feet long by 6 feel wide and otherwise known for its Gardens nightmare and that it would inches The pie committee flne cloth has b e en But it And we i hopes to sail the dish across the making great pies since the Market News finally had to leave our j English Eighteenth Forum Radio Schedules Call Riot As Youths Romp Theaters 6F 6L 7F 5TV 9G 9G 7W 7G AP A two riot squad of 30 state policemen brass and jazz bands forced some 50 charging youths back toward the beach Satur broke police day night after they through regular state The youths had been con tained by the regulars for about an hour after they tried to charge down the main street of Seaside with two 20foot Shortly after the second charge had been turned about 25 National Guardsmen arrived at this costal resort community to assist Groups of youths numbering up to have participated in riots at Seaside the past two Labor Day Saturday one youth wore a Sea side Riot which had three boxes marked 1963 and The first two As eating time drew the The in celebrated on its 16wheeled a temporary bout of insanit yon started a ceremonial journey to n t the meadow in which part of GeorSe Resorts Dale has eaten pie for at least second 27 years Day s Record greeted Britains victory over Your Sunday Register today High Pie The 1887 pie for Queen Vic torias jubilee went bad and is recalled with a shudder by the Goldwater has said that he Continued on Page Six heralded its Behind came a dozen floats devoted to the theme that the next most appetizing thing to a pie is a pretty After blessing from the village i villa8e elders as the high and a hymn in memory i This years pie was of four Denby pie organizers and was larger than any consists of nine regular sec tions General Iowa Peach Home and Picture Iowa TV This Week and to help sort out his difficulties looked better and better every and pacify the A report from Elisabeth the stated that 20 South African mercenaries had left for but that another 70 whites bringing the strength of the white legion to over Tshombe said Friday he is sending home all white mercen aries recruited in South which has an official racial seg regation policy imposed by its white minority Daring Chicago James Hoffa The Key Figure He replied that the study was or else to embarrass the Demo under way to determine the cratic administration in an effec it would have on our electjon year mobilization and how many billions extra it would Move One Step cost if the draft were aban The House committee moved one step toward approving the He said a member of the Probe last week on an 1814 Armed Services Committee procedural committee vote in which a coalition of Republicans and Southern Democrats pre talked to me in some de three or four nights JOHNSON Continued on Page Eight Potomac Fever killed in a car the crust seen before t celebrates From the interior of the mas1 ur sive pie dish rose a magnifi1 Queen boxes were checked 1964 box was The m Clayton where they spe cent Thousands lined up for a Some Doubt It proved a peerless rjch and spicy with enough salt to generate an adequate and a crust exactly the right shade of Its culinary success was in Commercial was in some The crowd of to piecrazed Holiday Traffic Jewel Robbery Toll Soars200 ILL i masked gunmen escaped with API The an estimated to holiday weekend traffic death worth of jewelry Saturday in a toll shot upward Saturday at rushhour robbery of a The pie survived reported rate that was termed the worstswank womens apparel shop on threats of which ever recorded for the early i Michigan avenue ftTiatei phases of a Labor Dav weekJ MDavid manager of neighboring village of Blums Vogue said the With the weekend past the loot included one piece of jewel Republicans claim the Democrats are copying Goldwater on repeal of the Its not How are you going to give the folks a choice when the echo comes back before you Those Democrats are Barry says hes going to cut they hurry up and do it six months On this 12 Republicans and six Southern Democrats in effect voted for the investi Opposed were 12 Dem ocrats and two Among congressmen voting for the investigation were William the Repub lican vicepresidential candi date Clark MacGregor JLSTICE Continued on Page Two False Air Alert of Elizabeths Prince Now hes saying deficit spending may be all right when StirS MiflOf PoHlC times are it turns out Frankiln Roosevelt has al ready stolen the Next thing you know the administration will be not getting us into a annther tricky attempt to make the Republi cans look This is the season for riders m lhe Senate the Dirksen Jjt fFUUb M4V U1VXUUCU UI1C UiCtC j aalize in giant the tally soared Iry made of large diamonds on ioreign aid the rider Social en rii r AjJ A A iUn AAA t Hum nhroii 1 D f k t It the hazardous to including 7 in descent of a hill called Romb The Council had estimated in a hill so steep that one advance that traffic accidents ous pie overturned andwould cost between 490 and 590 trampled to death by the lives during the holiday week valued at Police said the wearing plastic masks and waving herded 25 customers Humphrey Tom Dodd J s coat tails When Humphrey climbs up on a horse it just proves what MM uvw fcw LuaLUUlCl a T Into the rear of the store and lengths a clty boy wU1 go to ketp hls shoes dean ransacked display Jock CAN ADA capital was thrown into a minor panic Saturday as a short circuit set off all 50 of its air raid sirens in a deafening din that lasted The radio broadcast special bulletins saying the sirens are not sounding a defense Nevertheless parents called their children home and worried citizens swamped newspaper and radio station
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