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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 29, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             ecord vote for Scrantcnf Lodge wins in home stati DESTRUCTION AppearinHke the storm cloudsTverhead a the on of the Indiana townof Nappanee The twister damaged homes and business establishments but no deaths or injuries were reported Nappanee Ikhart picturwa of the Over 60 per cent forGov Lodge 2nd in Pehnsyl The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors worres WASHINGTON R Hoffa beset from within an without his huge Teamsters Un ion empire faced another wbr ry a court pre cedent indicating he might hav to pay federalincome taxes o his huge unionpaid legal fees The precedent a 1963 ITS Tax Court decision appeared t lend weight to a major point in a highlevel Teamsters8 rucku that cut off Hoffas legal ex pense money second majorfederal crimina trial in less than 60 days The Teamsters general coun Edward Bennett Williams put the orass m a sweat by advising be forced to reimburse any funds paid for their presidents legal expenses and that Hoffa migh nave tq pay personal income taxes on any such payments The mount ef bills owed or already paid is a closely guarded Teamsfers se cret but estimate rangeinto the hundreds of thou sands of dollars In addition Jo expenses of hi current Chicago fraud conspira cy trial Hoffa also faces heavy lawyers bills in appealing his March 4 jurytampering convic tion in Chattanooga fenn Williams legaFadvice against continued union payment of the expenses was viewed as another body blow io beleaguered Hoffa s efforts tohold control of his 17million member union while trying to fight off per sistent government efforts to put him in jail courts itcould mean a stagger ing drain on the personal pocketbooks of Hoffa and the other 14 members of the Team sters executive board The tax court precedent on the income tax aspect ironical ly involved a minor Teamsters official in California who finally had to pay taxes in similar cir cumstances A further potentiallegal pit fall yawnetT before the Team pie government said Tuesday it might step in under federal labor iawand demand a public accounting of union funds spent to defend Hoffa We are givingthe matter ac tive and serious consideration said a spokesman for Secretary of Labor WWiUardJWirtz But the law empowering Wirtz to make such an investigation apparently would not authorize Jim to halt theflow of funds from the Teamsters treasury to Hoffas lawyers The lwtbe LnoYumGriffin LaborManagement Reporting it to individual un on members to sue for recov ery of any funds allegedly spent mprnperly by union officials Ivania PHILADELPHIA William W Scranton easily swept Pennsylvanias Republi can presidential preference pri mary Tuesday establishing a state record for writeins and rolling up more than 60 per cent ol the total GOP vote for president But it seemed open to inter pretation whether this showing would be regarded by the 46 yearold firstterm governor as a popular clamor from his home state to become a presidential candidate as state leaders hope Henry Cabot Lodge US am bassador to South Viet Nam was an impressive second with more than 20 per cent None of the leading presiden tial possibilities campaigned in the state and no names were on the ballot CITY Home Edition VOL 104 GLOBEGAZETTE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 1964 IOC Paper ConiUU of Four On Associated Press Full Leased No With 9210 of 9261 precincts counted Scranton had 201523 Lodge 71131 Sen Barry Gold water 29910 former Vice Pres ident Richard M Nixon 32885 Gov George Romney of Michi gan 206 Gov Nelson A Rocke feller of New York 6469 Sen Margaret Chase Smith 556 and Harold E Stassen 150 Scranton had said he not want the presidential nomina sin tion but would accept n cere and honest some thing he said he feels is not likely at national conventions in this day and age The Scrantonfor President group in the stateheaded by Craig Truax state GOP chair man and Congressman Richard h t o L ivicnara hoped for and WILLIAM SCRANTON Gets big writein BULLETIN FT CAMPBELL Ky Six persons killed ncsdcy wiwn an Army helicop ter craslwd on fining flight The public in office uid the craft carried two crewmen and four but declined to identify them until the next kin had been notified organized for such a tremen dous outpouring of writeins that Scranton would change his stand andactively go after the Smooth sai for IB j His budget well liked By JOSEPH R SLEVIN New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON is giving remarkably smooth pass age to President Johnsons rec ordbreaking budget The law makers are voting most of the money that Johnson asked and are saying nice things about him besides It as a pleasant experience for Administration1 officials aft er the buffeting they took in try ing to win approval of President Kennedys last budget Import ant spending bills still were awaiting Congressional action when Kennedy was assassinated m November and the crucial foreign aid appropriation did not become law until after Christ mas Johnson deserves much of the credit for the changed atmos phere He seizedthe economy issue for his own almost imme diately after Centering the White House andhas beeh talking it up ever since Enactment of the tax bill has helped too Many lawmakers felt last year that they had to cut spending to justify support ing a multibilliqndollar tax slash An Administration tally shows that the House already has act nomination They said they thought they got the outpouring The previous writein record was 183073 for the late John F Kennedy for president in i960 Rainfell in much of the state Tuesday which down the voting possibly held Church leqciers carry crusade to the Capitol paign in the state wanted to lead an WASHINGTON AP Lead of the Protestant Roman Catholic and Jewish faiths pledged to a Amoral cnjsade for racial equality carry theii message Wednesday to Presi dent Johnson and to Capitol Hill They proclaimed it Tuesday night before more than 66w people at Georgetown Univer sity declaring that enactment of a strong civil rights bill js bf Americas the business eru sade ended un til every American is given equal right equal opportunities and full recognition of his hu man dignity said the Most Patrick A OBoyle Ro archbishop of Five church leaders dedicat Rev man Catholic Washington North Iowa Weather outlook Clerinff WlfMfa T lews 3e45 warmer Thursdy hifhs in details an 2 u ed themselves to the crusade a theNational Interreligious Con vocation on Civil Rights Wednesday 150 churchmen of faiths carry it to the White House for an appointment with President Johnson The Presi to the convocation a message of praise for those who are working for a country in Which there shall be no On Capitol Prtestnt leaders scheduled the first in j series of worship services un derscoring their concern about cml rights The services will be held daily at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation while the Sen ateis considering Johnsons broad civil rights bill that this is an issue where moral and spiritual fac prs should dominate the po itical process Rabbi Uri er of Baltimore said On the inside 4 news 474 Ckr Lke news 17 Scranton had asked that none of the GOP candidates cam saying he unpledged delegation to the convention as a favorite son a candidate AU observed this but some Goldwater supporters ran against organization backed candidates for 54 delegate soots one instance and in at least were successful vj wo a ed on almost 60 per cent of record billion of appro priations requested by Johnson The lawmakers have trimmed only 18 per cent from the Presi dential recommendations Last year they chopped the same bills by 43 per cent The giant defense bill is the biggest spending measure and the House gave Johnson all but 15 per cent of the billion he asked The lawmakers cut 39 per cent from Kennedys defense program They sliced only 28 per cent from the billion Labor Health Education and Welfare bill against 5A per cent a year ago The legislators pared a thin seventenths of one per cent off the billion TreasuryPost Office bill where they had chopped 24 per cent in 1963 They squeezed 28 per cent out of the billion Interior Depart t Schiavmo 44yearold Philadelphia con tractor holds h tractor holds his twin daughters Ules blocks away The u uiu in a DO hce station after the babies were taken I away jLne fcS the floorcrying Police en on a ride by car thieves who tookthe TQTmlir 11 may be the man in Henry Cabot wins agqin BOSTON AP Massachu setts Republicans gave their favorite son Henry Cabot Lodge a resounding endorse ment for the GOP nomination for president in Tuesdays prt mary Lodge topped Sen Barry Goldwater of Arizona in writein vote in the preference column by a marginof better than 7 to 1in incomplete re turns President Johnson topped the writeins on the Democratic ballot Saigon South VietNam Where he is US Lodge said It means much to me that my fellow citizens of Massachusetts have shown this in me He declined further comment Ten delegate Mt jarg wh favor Lodge were elected but results in the district delegate races were determined slowly Many communities stopped counting in late evening and re sumed Wednesday In New Bedi ford counting is not scheduled to resume until Thursday Clerks complained about the long unwielding ballots for both were more than names on the party bal lot m contests ranging from na tional convention delegates to town and ward committees One delegate favorable to Goldwater Roger A Moore of Boston was elected without op position Like 0f the dele gate Moore ran officially uncommitted Dele gates are not committed to vote WASHINGTON AP Les SAME ment bill instead of the big 81 bite they took last 3 a pretty reassuring story a White House aide de per cent year Thats clares The hardnosed House Ap propriations subcommittee chairmen have been falling over themselves to praise the John son budget to their colleagues j Ljtia than two months after an billion income tax reduction went on the books Tresideni Johnson has held out the pros pect of trimming taxes still n6t for a few years It is still top early to make firm on further tax cuts Johnson said in remarks prepared for a dinner attended by many of the nations busines Tuesday night But if this one is a success I have every reason to be ueve it will building pro duction creating jobs raising profits and generating revenues to balance the budget then I see another cut a few years down the the Pres ident continued he eutioned We can to this I second round of tax reduction only if we behave ourselves this year On the heeW of his warm re ception Monday Jfrom the US Chamber of Commerce conven tion Johnson invited more than 50 corporation presidents and board chairmen and their wives to the private White House din A long as J am Presi dent he told them the lead ers of industry and finance are going to be welcome in this house He said tht to sit down and exchange views with you from time to time is vital to the health of our free enterprise economy The President has announced plans for a similar dinner early next month with top labor un The President said it was up to business and labor to pre vent costs and prices from creeping upward Urging the business leaders to keep a tight rein on prices he said that when he dines with labor leaders I will tell them that I know they dont want to push so hard for wage increases Kennedy b this year that they would hurt a Democratic lot of nonnio finished third Urge President to tour the West rs on Republican atlarge slate was Lodges son GeorgV Lodge also won a surprising writein vote on the ic baUot President Johnson HCABOT LODGE Another victory Gen Robert F a 31 margin in writers Lodge WASHINGTON AP presi dent Johnson who has a fond ness for grasping voters hands s being urged to make a West ern inspection tour in May or June that could take him as far as Hawaii For a president who wishes to preserve as long as possible the pleasant fiction that he isnt campaigning tours of this kind offer a chance to get out and meet the people where they Still honest people I eft We will return lost A City news 3343 u DAVENPORT and Mrs Oscar Olson of Fort Dodge looked forvard hopefully Wednesday to the return of 000 they lost in a money belt two weeks ago Ail they had to do to iden tify the and in federal reserve notes and treasury bond coupons and pour their thanks upon Richard Little of Davenport a state high way maintenance employe for 19years Little found the money belt April 22 while gathering rubbish 1st along a rightofway on Inter state SO near here The securities were negotiable and Little could have remained silent but as he put it Ive always believed that honesty is the best policy So he put an ad in the Daven port Tuesday to seek the owner The Olsons were returning to Dodge from Florida and after discovering their loss 01 son placed anad in the Des Moines Register and Tribune A woman in Moline 111 who read both ads helped putting the finder and losers in touch with each other Olson said the money belt ap parently fell out of their car when they stopped to let his wife drive never expected to see it thats for sure Olson said but he added It shows there are honest people in the world Little put the securities in the care of Scott County Auditor William Voss awaiting identifi calion by the Olsons live Johnson has said he wants to hold down political activity until after the parly nominatin conventions These trips are always billed as nonpolitical expeditions on which the countrys head man is seeing for himself how mat ters are progressing at the gras roots This usually results in futile outcries from the opposition that the chief executive is politicking at the taxpayers expense Bui such complaints are mostly for the record and even their au thors expect little public reac tion to them Johnsons desk is loaded with all kinds of invitations for him to dedicate dams inspect new atomic complexes cut ribbons on highways and view conserva tion projects The President has a biparti san invitation to visit Hawaii which is about as far as he can go from the mainland under his selfimposed rule not to leave the country so Jong as there is no vice president Sens Daniel K Inooye The unofficial Republi c a a presidential tabulation of 1357 of 1764 precincts gave Gold water 6625 Lodge 49490 for mer Vice president Richard M Nixon 3883 Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York 1 642 and Sen Margaret Chase Smith of Maine 300 The unofficial tally Democratic preference p o 11 gave Johnson 38099 Kennedy 9876 Lodge 1980 Webster City mans car found DES MOINES car owned by Douglas Richard Long city clerk of Webster City was found Wednesday in a downtown park ing garage Attendants told police that the car had been on the third floor of the parking buildhg for at east three or four days Police vere checking Long had been reports that seen in Dei Hawaii and Hiram L Fong R Hawaii called on the president recently and asked him to dedi cate some new battle monu ments being erected in the Na Cemetery of the Pacific in rtoines since Friday He has been missing since he left his home Friday to come to Des Moines Harry Rollinger Waster City High School athletic director 1AU WJV Who was in Moines Friday and Saturday for the Drake Re reportedhe saw Long Frii day afternoon indowntown Dies but did hot t with him   

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