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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 24, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for Horn The newspaper that mokes all North low a n s MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Press and United Prest International Full ioasr wiro MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 24 1964 UOc Paper Consists ol Two NO m LBJ defends stereo gift from Baker n Simply friendly gift WASHINGTON ffi President Johnson said the expensive stereo set delivered to his home in 1959 was simply a gift from old friend Robert G Baker Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield says this explana tion should end the matter But Republicans sensing an election year issue are pressing this and other facets of the Senate Rules Committee s inquiry into the complicated business deal fh V mei Johnson who quit under ine last Oct 7 as secretary to the Senate Democrats 1 ker lamily ffave us a stereo set Johnson said Thursday at a White House conference We had exchanged gifts before He was an employe of the pub and had no business H 1 1 n ll QC l Pending before me and was meeting with LBJ WASHINGTON AP Iowa Gov Ha r o 1 d Hughes spent about 20 minutes Thursday talk ing with President Lyndon B Johnson about many things in cluding the hot topic of foreign meat imports Hughes said later he agreed that the President is basically correct in seeking voluntary cutbacks in imports from large meat producing countries Livestock groups have blamed meat imports as partly respon sible for recent declines in cat tle prices Hughes said they talked about everything from deer hunting in Texas to cattle raising and found that the President knows a lot about both The Democratic governor also had meetings with cabinet mem hers including Secretary of Ag riculture Orville Freeman In terior Secretary Stewart Udall Labor Secretary Wiilard Wirtz and Welfare Secretary Anthony J Celebreczc Hughes was accompanied by Iowa Democratic Chairman Lex Hawkins and the governors as sistant Dwight Jensen Hughes said he pressed the in vitation to Johnson to attend the Democratic Conference in Des 79 adding that promised to could make now Midwestern Moines May the President consider it but no commitment The governor said he felt that the late President John F Ken put him nedy would have carried Iowa this year but believes Johnson is more popular and is certain lhf to carrv the sdfc statement flics directly m the sworn testimony of that he bought and asking for nothing and so far as I knew expected nothing in return any more than I did when I had pre sented him with gifts The President volunteered this explanation a day after the Senate committee released tes timony by Don B Reynolds an associate of Baker in a local in surance firm who said he sent the stereo record player to Johnsons home at Bakers sug gestion Reynolds said he paid for the set after selling the Senate Democratic leader the first half of in life insurance policies The insur ance man said he also agreed to buy worth of advertis ing time on the Austin televi sion station controlled by the Johnson family The President made no men tion of the advertising pur chase Asked for comment Mans field said the President is to be commended for stepping rightout and answering the al legations and for laying the cards on the table The charge has been answered House Albert Democratic said the leader Carl statement own feet should stand on its On the Republican side Sen ate GOP leader Everett M Dirksen could not be reached for comment and House Repub lican leader Charles A Halleck declined to discuss the matter But Rep H R Gross R Iowa who has called for a scp arate House investigation of Bakers business dealings newsmen that Johnsons more told re Rules Committee call Bobby er oath and ask him whether he paid for this record player said the President to carry the slate Concerning voluntary reduc tions in meat imports Hughes said It isnt very becoming of some of the Republicans to be down here demanding control when they have been against control on practically every thing Hughes said he talked to Sec retary Uclal about the Lewis and Clark Trail along the Mis souri River and vistcri the Na tional Aeronautics and Space Administration to urge that a proposed electronic research center be located in Iowa Fisher wants million but Liz wont pay HOLLYWOOD Eddie Fisher flew from Holly wood to New York City Friday where he was met by a charge that he was demanding mil lion as the price of his divorce from Elizabeth Taylor Attorneys for Miss Taylor said she will not pay for a divorce North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly cloudy Friday night lews 1015 Generally fair Sat urday highs 2530 Weather details en pagt 2 quizzed face of Reynolds paid for the stereo IKIIII hcrcj Neither the recipient nor a human heart was identified land Mission of Minnesotas Rescue nine from mission in the Congo LEOPOLDVILLE The Congo UPI United Nations heli copters Friday rescued nine Americans whose protcstant missionary station in troubled Kwilu Province was burned by Communistbacked terrorists Military authorities here said sissippi Medical Center QUITE A DIFFERENCE There was qufteTdSf ference m Jan 23 1963and Jan 23 1964 In 1963 top Miss June McEwen ate a large icicle from the iroyen fountain in one of Atlantas parks In the pic lure at the bottom Miss McEwen waded knee deep in water Irom the same pool A year ago the temper ature was three degrees below zero The 1964 temper ature was 68 Beat for 1 hour 1st transplant of human heart JACKSON Miss heart gcons at the University of IUislinn ailment of years dura hospital said the station at Kandale were evacu ated to Luluabourg with throe nuns from a nearby Catholic mission ol heart ailment Friday medical center spokesmanday recipient died early Fri n said the transplanted heart bcatl f Baker will not give information WASHINGTON UPI chief counsel in the Senates in quiry into Robert G Bobby Bakers activitiesmade it clear Friday that the former Senate but pa for more than an hour jproved inadequate for the ticnts requirements and recipient died The spokesman said it believed to be the first trans plant of a human heart in his The tory spokesman said the heart was preserved while being oxy thcscwn into place by igenated la blood pumped through vein High school target date put back t Wont be ready until 1966 By JAMES R OWENS The new Mason City High School will not be ready for use until after Jan 1 1966 school board members were told Thursday evening Architects do not expect to have final plans completed until late April Supt P 0 Brunsvold said This would allow a letting by early June this year and construction is expected to take from 18 to 20 months The architects firms of Waggoner Wag goner and Bergland Bianco have been working Close to passage Tax goal is March 1 WASHINGTON AP The SllSbillion tax bill has taken a giant stride toward enactment but whether it can become law by March 1 the administration goal is uncertain The Senate Finance Commit tee voted 125 approval of the measure Thursday after 20 days of executive sessions and well over 100 separate votes But the floor debate cannot begin until congressional staff experts finish drafting all of the new language written into the 310page bill by the committee They indicated Friday this might well take all of next week In that case the debate probably would not start before Feb 3 This would leave only seven or eight days for floor ac tion before the passage deadline of Feb 11 set by Democratic leaders They must meet that deadline if the final enactment goal of March 1 is to be achieved If the Senate does not pass the bill until after the Feb 1117 Lincoln Day recess there would be little chance to have the conference with the House over differences in the two versions and get the peal amendments said he would press them on the floor Sponsors of the bill said they did not expect any serious ef forts on the floor to change the rate cuts in tie bill If this is correct the final on plans since a bond issue to help finance the new structure was approved by voters last February The original hope was to have the building ready for occupancy by the fall school term open ing in 1965 While the high school apparently will be able to go into use by the second semester of the 1965 66 school year board members agreed Thursday that Mason City Junior College should stay in its present crowded quarters through that school year Because of some building adaptation work necessary for college use of the present high school structure it was felt that moving both high school and junior college at a midyear point would be extremely difficult The board next month is to meet with architects and make decisions on building materials and colors That meeting has been set for Feb 24 because of conflicting ac tivities on Feb 17 which would be the normal third Senate version would provide cuts averaging 19 per cent and totaling about billion for 80 million individual taxpayers and cuts averaging about 10 per cent and totaling 323 billion for 550 000 corporations Pol tax outlawed President hails it as a big triumph bill to President Johnson for sig nature next month WASHINGTON AP Pres dent Johnson has hailed as a riumph of liberty a new amendment to the Constitution outlawing the poll tax as a re quirement for voting in elec tions for federal office The 24th Amendment was written into the law of the land this election year when South Dakota Thursday became the 38th state to approve it Ratifi cation by threefourths of the 50 slates was required Johnson said in a statement The included in the jit was a of the by Johnson jof y The President won a lastmin ute victory Thursday afternoon This triumph now of liberty when he persuaded nine Demoover restriction is a grateful and proud moment for me crats to kill worth of excise tax repealers which had been voted in the morning Chiefly involved were excises on luggage jewelry cosmetics and furs The six Republicans on the committee and two Dem H Douglas ofIlli nois and Albert Gore of Tennes for repeal of the taxes in the afternoon test Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen author of the key re Johnson said While certification ceremo nies probably will be held here later they are only a formali ty Once South Dakotas legis lature completed its ratification it became law at once The amendment provides that the right to vote in any primary or general election for presi dent or vice president or for senator or representative in the Congress shall not be denied because of the failure to pay a poll tax or any other tax The poll tax the payment of a fee as a requirement for vot ing has long been caught up in controversy with civil rights de fenders charging that it was used to keep casting ballots Only five states Alabama Arkansas Mississippi Texas and have the poll fx The new amendment will not bar these states from continu ing to require voters in state elections to pay a poll tax since it applies only to elections for federal office Monday meeting time Besides the planning for changes two years from now the board discussed growing high school enrollment which will affect the high school next year in its present quar ters With 150 more students ex pected plans are being made to obtain five more teachers and to start an additional group of am classes to get more use of rooms Those students and teachers start ing school at that time would be dismissed at 2 pm There are a few am classes now but the additional early classes will expand that method of meeting space needs The school board also au thorized Brunsvold to con tinue study of additional use of YMCA facilities for phys ical education classes Y of ficials already have been con tacted on the matter and it is hoped details can be worked out Now all sophomores and juniors have two physical education classes weekly and Negroes fromi seniors have one class a week minimum allowed by state law Without additional Inside The spokesman said a force ful regular beat was estab lished with a single shock from The fatal outcome coutd notlan electrical instrument used to aide had refused lo give invcsilc lleart at lhc lime of Patients collapse proved the tigators any information Counsel L P McLcnson sma11 for the requirements to regular rhythm Surgical teams have trans planted hearts in more than 200 cant intervVw a who considerably larger rcjanimas at the medical center HEART Please turn to page 2 v v n 11 vin W IKr wont be interviewed when asked whether Baker has been cipicnt The recipient was in termi nal heart failure from a chron The Globe THORNTON group plans new golf course Page 8 MOHAWKS play East Wa terloo for Big Six lead Page 11 i 28 million for pro grid video to CBS NEW YORK Ml The Colum bia Broadcasting System pur chased the television rights for all regularly scheduled Nation al Football League games tor the next two seasons Friday with a bid of The amounts bid by the Na tional Broadcasting Co and the American Broadcasting Co Fri day were not disclosed The college television rights to the rival American Football League on a fiveyear contract that expires this year The 14 NFL clubs will reserve the rights to closed circuit tele vision in their home area when the clubs arc home under the new contract The home area is blacked out on home television when the team is home A refor permission facilities in the next school year Brunsvold said the number of classes for juniors might have to be reduced also When the new high school building is available the plan is to have two regular phys ical education classes weekly for all students plus an active afterhours intramural pro gram of athletics Hoffa trial still lagging CHATTANOOGA Tenn Government hopes that testi mony would begin Friday in James R Hoffas jurytamper mg trial faded in the face of virtually no progress toward selecting the jury James F Neal chief govern ment prosecutor from Wash ington asked a federal judge to excuse his rignia Editorials the next two seasons were Comics awarded to NBC recently for a aty Latest markets gamcs lh North Iowa news 8 and Orange Sports news 910 Rose Ulc NFL negotiated its M m uTnt t0 CRS fS ransi imeae 15 two years or a year Classed 151617 ABC owns the television rights u 15 icent experiment with closed witness for the weekend circuit in Chicago for the Bears New York Giants championship game was considered successful The contract for the title game expired after the 1963 game for which NBC paid 3926000 The title game will nnf be a part of the package awarded Friday bill will be up for bids later probably in March The price is expected to soar over the mil lion mark SAME   

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