Monday, January 20, 1964

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1964, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper IdiUd for The newspaper that m o k e s o II North I o w a n s neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Assorlaterl United Press InlcrnaUonaJ Full tjnse MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 20 1944 UOc Consists of Two No 295 Lets get that tax cut Johnson says 64 prosperity depends on quick action Tactics revealed by GOP Big effort to halt Hughes DES MOINES AP Battle lines in the state political cam paign were taking form Monday as Iowa Republicans reacted quickly to Democratic Gov Harold Hu g h e s formal an nouncement that he will seek reelection H Rand Petcrsen Harlan banker was appointed Republi can state campaign chairman for 1964 As a representative of the small town and rural clement of the party Petersen will team up with Republican State Chairman Robert D Ray of Des Moines in a drive to attract the urban and rural vote and to recapture the governorship Ray announced the appoint ment of Petersen following a P E R R 0 N ES EXPLOSIONTORN Photofax critically injured Police said Perrone AUTO This was the wreckage of lost his right leg in the explosion which car after explosion in which Santo Sam Perrone 68 reputed Mafia or Cosa Nostra leader in Detroit a s apparently took place when he turned the ignition switch WASHINGTON Johnson predicted months especially in manufactured goods londay recordsmashing prosperity in 1964 if Con me some cause for concern he said although he ress in one or two or three months but doesnt anticipate a renewal of the wageprice spiral ow on the billion tax cut Without itJohnson warned the legislators the osy picture could become harsh dashed expecta ion could turn expansion into recession In his first economic report to Congress the new He urged business and labor to continue their excellent record of price and cost settlements but said he is setting up an early warning system by government agencies to guard against potentially in esident also cautioned against inflationary price flationary price and wage increases ises In the face of a 44 per cent increase in corporate A series of specific price increases in recent profits in less than three years arid the prospect of RAND PETERSEN Tanganyika rebels end threats of revolution 8 injured in Kensett car persons including seven from one fam in Mason City hospital as the result of injuries sus tained in a twocar acciden which occurred two miles soul of here Sunday night Seven members of the Phillip Cook family of North wood were hospitalized after the car in which they were riding was struck by a car driven by Clar nce Kroneman 61 Mason City In addition io Cook 36 the members of his family hospital zed were his wife and five chil meeting of the GOP State Cen tral Committee Friday and Sat urday The appointee is a mem ber of that for south west Iowas 7th District We agreed that we need a campaign chairman who thinks DAR ES SALAAM troops mu tinied Monday but returned to their barracks at the interven tion of President Julius Nyer ere he told the nation by radio For a few hours the British feared an African nationalist that recently swept the sultan from his throne in nearby Zanzibar had spread to Tanganyika one of the most stable of the former British col onies in Africa laam to stay indoors He was understood to be personally sheltering several British fam ilies including wives and chil dren of some British officers seized by the mutineers First accounts indicated the mutiny was not particularly po litical in character The sol diers were said to be disgrun tled over their pay and condi tions It also was understood that some of the army was not involved lowever to help train and com mand the native force Britain has a company oi troops within easy reach aboard a British navy frigate standing off Zanzibar to help evacuate British civilians The outbreak two day after Field Marshal Johr Okello military chief of th Zanzibar revolution flew to A few hundred armed Tangan yika soldiers demanding better pay and living conditions had held their British officers as hostage for 12 hours About 30 British officers were reported dren rangingin age from 4 to 12 All were listed in satisfac ory condition except the young est Charles who was listed as serious Monday Also hospitalized was Mrs Kroneman 57 She was listed in satisfactory condition Krone man and the couples 27year old son Dale were treated for minor injuries and released seized modern Raysaid It is be coming evident to even the most status quo minded that Britain has no troops stationed we need leaders who will emin Tanganyika except for Brit brace new ideas Rand Peterson ish officers on loan to help The Tanganyika government had sent 300 policemen to Zan zibar to help restore order In is such a leader I welcome the challenge that now confrontsthe Iowa Repub lican Party especially in the cities Petersen said Sunday It is essential that the party return to a proper perspective of the city voter and make sure he understands Republi can principles which are es sential to the long range wel fare of the cities The present outlook is that Atty Gen Evan Hultman who seeks the Republican nomina tion for governor will be the party standard bearer against Hughes Hultman backed the recent selection of Ray as parly state GOP Please turn to page 2 Nyerere blamed the incident on a misunderstanding but said it had been settled after he in tervened Before the mutinous soldiers returned to camp there were of beatings and looting by local Africans who took ad of the situation About 50 US government em ployes plus their dependents are in Tanganyika The US Em bassy in London received a mes sage that so far as was known all Americans were safe JULIUS NYERERE that spice island and the dis patching of these policemen se riously weakened Dar es Sa laams security forces The Americans include some 5 members of the Peace Corps lost of them engaged in a road titlding project and a teaching rogram outside the capital Word reaching Nairobi in cighboring Kenya said troops f one battalion of the Tangan ika Rifles the countrys army eized a barracks 10 miles from Dar es Salaam Then they noved into the capital and grabbed the airport the cable iffice the post office and the fficial residence of President Myerere The acting British commis sioner also appealed to the 10 000 Europeans in Dar es Sa HAROUP HUGHES The office of Central African Airways in Salisbury Southert Rhodesia said the Dar es Sa laam Airport was closed to in coming traffic The BBC correspondent in the Tanganyika capital said Dar es Salaam ostensibly seek ing talks with President Julius Nyerere and other leaders of Tanganyika Stassen to run for the presidency WASHINGTON UPI Harold 5 Stassen former boy won der of Republican politics an nounced Monday he will run or the GOP presidential nomi nation The 56year old Stassen said lie will enter the New Hainp The accident occurred about 7 pm when Kroneman lost con trol of his car while traveling on Highway 65 and slid in ito the path of the northbound Cook auto Worth County Sheriff Myron Mike Leraaen said driving conditions at the time of the ac cident were terrible The high way patrol assisted Leraaen in investigating the accident Inside LYNDON JOHNSON Johnson note to K asks for peace further increases to corns with the tax cut I see no warrant for inflationary price rises he declared In the economic report to Congress required annually un der the 1946 Employment Act Johnson made clear he was the new wagonmaster for the New Frontier legislative train And he pointed with pride at the big steps the country made since 1961 years under Democratic administrations Our record ex pansion since early 1961 has car ried us past important mile stones in the march toward a better life he said Turning to last year specific ally he said these advances were made for the first time in history The Gross National Product GNP The total output of goods and the billion mark by yearend Personal income before taxes reached an average rate of some per capita by yearend Aftertax income of individ uals exceeded billion for the year Corporate profits exceeded billion before taxes and S25 billion after taxes Residential construction passed billion Civilian employment ex ceeded 70 million for the year Johnson said this billion annual ratethe GNP reached in the fourth quarter of 1963 is a 16 per cent increase since 1961 shooting first broke out in the shire primary March 10 the California primary June 2 and the Washington D C primary May 5 along with certain other primaries Stassen who was governor of Minnesota at the age of 31 and served as former president Dwighl D Eisenhowers dis armament advisor said his pro The Globe MOHAWKS post 10th cage triumph Page 13 CANCER Crusade gets un WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Johnson has called on So viet Premier Khrushchev to broaden his proposal for a worldwide nonaggression pact to outlaw as well as direct aggression and provide reater security for West Ber lin In a letter made public Mon day the President proposed four citys Oyster Bay area The correspondent said Armys British commander Brig Patrick Sholto Douglas had tried to contact other units 400 miles from the capital but couldnt find out whether they had joined the mutiny Britain has no troops in Tan posed program will be basec on he principles and policies ne of Gen Eisenhowers eight der way Page 20 WIDENING of Federal Av enue proposed Page 17 The President urged Khru shchev to join in taking con crete action both to end nuclear arms race and bar the spread of nuclear weapons and to outlaw aggression and sub version Johnsons guidelines constitut ed an omnibus package for ne gotiation between the States and Russia and United among guidelines for international the nations of the world gener great years as president The newlyannounced candi date said Eisenhower had not pledged his support to him above other republican candi dates but told him he believed a number of Republicans should Editorials 4 Comics 6 Society news 91011 Sports news 1314 Bowling news 15 agreement which he said would be even broader and strong er than Khrushchevs proposed ban on the use of force in terri torial disputes Johnson did not specify Ber lin or its access routes across Communist East Germany in his reply to Khrushchevs Dec 31 message But administration officials ally if Khrushchev is interested As a diplomatic maneuver Latest markets 16 said he had the Berlin problem Mason City news 1617 in mind in asking agreement to North Iowa news Clear Lake news ganyika which it administered actively enter the race and pre until independence was granted sent their views He included Dec 9 1961 It supplies officers me within that number 20 21 prohibit the use or threat of and he dedlared US forces ents in poverty force to change arrangements DIES AT 79 EDINBURGH Scotland Dugald Semple 79 a vegetari an and naturalist who lectured on how to live forever died Sunday Johnson placed heavy empha sison declaring tha peace aims of his foreign policy instead of replying at length to points in Khrushchevs letter to which he and his advisers strongly ob jected Johnson did reassert howev er the US commitment to the peaceful unification of Ger manv and to Nationalist China With the tax cut he added GNP should soar to a whopping billion in 1964 When fully effective in 1965 he asserted the cut will send over billion annually coursing through the arteries of the private economy Benefits will be reaped year after year he said and will lead at long last to a balanced budget in a balanced economy at full potential Also on Johnsons list of leg islation he wants whipped through were these items prac tically all bearing the Kenne dy administration label Higher penalty rates for overtime pay to stimulate new hiring by some industries with out resorting to a 35hour week which he said would only re distribute work not expand it Federal aid to upgrade ed ucation particularly for the children of the poor so that they need not follow their par and bases abroad are for colj i Hospital insurance under or procedures concerning acActive defense Sodal Security for the aged cess to passage across or thej Johnsons four guidelines cov Federal aid to cities in administration of those areas ered these major pomts where international agreement or practice has established or confirmed such arrangements or procedures Hearing resumes North Iowa Weather outlook Clear and locally cooler Monday night lows 1824 Tuesday partly cloudy mod erate southerly winds and a little warmer highs 3945 Wtathtr details on pagt 2 Unconscious over 5 years Hardwick dies GRAFTON George Hard wick 20 Gratton who had been unconscious since an automobile accident in 1958 died Sunday at an Osage nurs ing home Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 pm at the Em manual Lutheran Church here The Rev Carlton Rohr will of ficiate Burial will be in the Grafton Cemetery Survivors include his par ents Mr and Mrs Hardlc Bartz Grafton a brother Frederick Hardwick St Ans gar and two stepbrothers Dennis and Curtis Bartz both of Grafton t Testify Ruby Has epilepsy DALLAS UPI Tense and far from his dapper self Jack Ruby went to court Monday o try to win freedom on bond in the slaying of accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald A defense psychologist said lie suffered from brain damage and a form of epilepsy Over prosecution objections Rubys highpowered battery of defense lawyers sought to show Ruby was not mentally compe tent when he shot Oswald Nov 24 before a nationwide television audience Ruby seemed ill at ease as the bail bond hearing began in Judge Joe E Browns criminal district court Police slipped him from an upstairs maximum se curity cell to the heavily guard ed courtroom three hours before the session began When famed defense attorney Melvin Belli of San Francisco jocularly said he wished his wife sitting in the vacant jury box could be a permanent ju ror Brown snapped we can do without the levity Belli put Yale University psy chologist Roy Schafer on the stand to testify that Ruby suf fered from impaired function ing of his brain on a physical basis The prosecution objected to testimony about Rubys mental state but was overruled Schafer who examined the 52 yearold Ruby five times at tha county jail said Ruby suffered psychomotor epilepsy char acterized by impulsiveness and forgetfulness Ruby told his sister after he shot President Kennedys accus ed assassin that he did it on the spur of the moment The session wasa resumption of the hearing which began Dec 23 and was recessed for the holi days Belli predicted the hearing would be over by Tuesday night at the latest His list of 23 witnesses was heavy with psychiatrists as part of the defense contention Ruby should be released now for men tal treatment Bending his Feb 3 trial 1 All governments or re gimes which would include led abstain from he direct or indirect threat or use of force to change interna ional boundaries or dividing ines established by internation to upset truce al practice agreements 2 The prohibition on aggres sive action shall apply re gardless f the direct or indi modernizing mass transit Renewal and strengthening of a number of expiring hous ing laws including lowrent public housing renewal of de cayed city areas and special housing for the elderly Coverage of some 25 mil lion more workers by the minimum wage law including some 650000 hotel motel res taurant laundry dr cleaning rect form which such threat or use of Torce might take wheth er in the form of aggression subversion or clandestine sup ply of arms and regardless ot the reasons given or of any questions of diplomatic recogni and farmprocessing workers Permanent improvement in the duration and benefits of un employment insurance A rash of legislation to lift the forgotten fifth of our nation above the poverty line lion or differences ir political sytems 3 The nations involved in any serious dispute shall seek a solution by peaceful means in cluding the possibility of action through the United Nations or a regional UN agency 4 The obligations covered in the guideline would have to be quite generally observed anc would not impair the inhcreni right of self defense which is recognized by the UN charter SAME DATflHOJI BUcfc ritf MMM