Mason City Globe Gazette, May 12, 1964

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 12, 1964, Mason City, Iowa nsers us Secretary StateMDean Rusk clared that all ComnSffit agl urged the Complete isolation of gression must be eradicated to W1 tYllim OT fllVin J v t HANDBAG Gov INCISOH Rockefeller autographs Mrs Evelyn Emersons purse S1 v in Beaverton near Portland Rockefeller is making a final tour of Oregon before the Republican primary on Friday Lodge boys go for broke In Oregon primary i i By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau The backers of Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge lor broke as theyput it in Oregon A smooth t experienced team with Robert R Mullen7 a CitizensforEisenhower veteran as national coordinator started lining up support early in March They approach the Friday pri mary withithe confidence of two Portland Oregonian polls show ing a firm 40 per cent of the Re publican vote indicated for Lodge and a Lou Harris poll cresting at 46 per cent Richard a without campaigningin the Beaver state but with organized backing runs second to Lodge in the Harris poll and a weakening thirdto GoV Nelson A Rockefellers second in the Oregonian polls Only Rockefeller and Sen Barry Goldwater who runs third in theHarris poll and fourth in the Oregonian samples have cam paigned actively Gov WilliamW Scranton of Pennsylvania is nonactive noncandidate although he al lowed his name to remain on the ballot Sen Margaret Chase Smith says she is toobusy in Washington to campaign The irony of the Oregon pri mary is that Secretary of State Howell Appling Jr failed to qualify former Minnesota Gov unopposed r o v in primaries xj AP flight voter turnouts were expected Tuesdaywith New York GoV Nelson ARockefeller running unopposed in West Republican presidential primary and Sen Barry Goldwater of Arizona alone oh the GOP presi dential baUot inNebraska In both states Democratic delegates to be selected are ex pected to favor President John son has no opposition in West Virginia and writein votes arenot counted Goldwater the GOP frontrun ner in delegate strength may run into writein opposition in Nebraskafrom supporters of Henry Cabot Lodge former Vice President Richard M Nix on and Rockefeller The expected Rockefeller and Goldwater victories in the two presidential primaries may have little effect on the GOP presidential race Neither vote is binding on delegates to the Republican National Conven tion Barrys total committed vote near victory WASHINGTON ft Sen Barry Goldwater appears to be piling up backlog support among publicly uncommitted delegates which could strengthen his bid for a Republican presidential nomination If the Arizona senator wins the June 2 California primary and adds that states 86 conven tion votes to his total his strate gists now believe he will come close to having 600 of the 655 needed for the nomination If the statebystate roll call of the 1308 delegates at the San Francisco convention indicates Goldwater is headed toward a figure only a few short of the magic total his supporters be lieve there will be some quick shifts made in his direction J I V11C warning the Western allies that Communist the Cuban problem presents the danger of another worldshak ing crisis In an address to theopening session of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization NATO Council Rusk coupled a plea Tor action against Cuba with a all for the allies to pitch in and help in South Viet Nam Rusk said manpower and military assistance are not needed other allies in Communist threatened South VietNam He suggested indus trial equipment commodities medical teams and teachers would help to give the people a psychological boost Speaking of EastWest r rela ions in general Rusk declared that despite an ten sion there still was no sign of any basic historic change in the Soviet position Rusk said that Premier Khrushchev cannot expose him felf to any charge by Red China hat he is moving toward the capitalist camp Such a charge might push Khrushchev into a aosition of diplomatic rigidity the secretary added said the US is continu ing to seek some avenues of agreement with the Soviet Un ion and other nations should do the same But he reminded his alliesthat the man who put So viet missiles in Cuba still run theSoviet Union In discussing Cuba brought up the USSoviet con frontationof1962 that for Weather outlook Mostly cloudy with ending Tuesday night cooler lows in mid Generally fair Wednesday hfehs in 5fe Oregon in J948 that Stassen then frontfunherfm the primaries was knocked off by Thomas E Dewey The gonoraUpopularity of the noncandidate Scranton and the apparent lead in Oregon oJ Lodge may belinked phenom ena If is generally conceded that Scrantons biggest asset i not his solid record of achieve ment as Pennsylvanias gov ernor but the fact that he has no real political enemies anc that he has done dis enchant thevoters except per haps in his home state where some Republicans grumbl about his5 per cent sales tax highest in the na By the same appeal seems H partly the nega tive one of being an attractivi way out for the voter who ha no enthusiasm for Rockefeller o Gold waterLodge had been th logical favorite son choice o State GOP national commit teeman Richard F Treadway and Sen Leverett Saltonstall in Massachusetts As a kind o adopted favorite son he was ex pected to run moderately wel in New Hampshire But tht stunning writein victory in the Granite State can hardly be ex plained away as the enthusiasm of New Englanders for a neigh bor Other indicators for ox ample the whopping unforeseen Stassen vote in the Indiana pri mary point to a kind of es capism among Republicans this year Lodges foreign affairs ex perience undoubtedly appeals to Oregonians as the Harris pol shows but in a state so vitallj concerned with growth and de velopment he would have been expected to draw a completi blank on domestic policy BULLETIN OKLAHOMA CITY ftoiis trict ftwcttn SmHh a temporary restraining order Tuetdoy to halt the fod fHght testa over Oklahoma City The order wat fcsuod in filed oorlior Tuesday by Goorge Miskevsky On the inside Weather on afo 2 Editorials Latott markets Mason City Clear Lake newt Sports newt iso Comict 1 North Iowa newt 20 Society news 222324 Classified pogos 2o27 Rusk urges NATO to start Cuban isolation Foreign Ministers Rusk lommunist Cuba Tuesday insure the security of the non world This ap peared to be a reference to South Viet Nam as well as Cuba Rusk described a crisis over Cuba as one for the whole West ern world not just for the Unit ed States Washington he explained could not tolerate Castros ef forts to subvert the rest of the hemisphere Castroso regime must be isolated politically economically socially and spir itually from the rest of the hemisphere he added The newspoper Btot mokes oil North lowons neighbors G CITY Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 12 W4 UOc Piper rf Tvu CecUoMfectioa On Associated Full I eased No 79 Continue ski area battle Other action taken thrvMd time appeared to be pushing to ward nuclear war Rusk declared the US is de termihedrto continue re connaissance of Cuba and any attempt by Prime Minister Fi del Castro to intervene could create a severe problem He said he could too where it would be a serious matter fop and pointed out acrisis could velopintooneas serious as the conf October over Soyiefvmissiles in Cuba secretary was seeking NATO support for the U S trade embargo of the Commu nist customer of such major American allies as Brit ain and France Opening the threeday spring meeting of the NATO Council of Another round of the battle over a proposed ski area at Pilot Knob State Park near est City was waged before State Conservation Commis sion at the Hotel Hanford Tues day Commission members listened for more than an hour as pro ponents and opponents of the proposed area stated their views The commission took no action on the proposal Leading spokesman for the advocates of the area was David Butler Mason City jjattorney OdelT Forslund Forest City school teacher and operator of a outside park voiced his objections to the area Flying housewife is safe OAKLAND Calif UP Globe circling Joan Merriam landed her crippledplanesafely at the Oakland Airport Tuesday The Coast Guard had two her flight from Hawaii She accomplished a feat Amelia Earhart tried unsuc commission e interest of his group Pilot Knob Ski and Recreation Incvis not a commercial one but that the group will not in vest unless it is sure we can make a go of it Objections raised by natural ists that the ski area would dis turb the wildlife and flora of the park should be looked at with a critical mind Butler con tinued These objections are questionable he added I dont think the biologists have proven that the ski area will harm the park Butler pointed out The artificial lake constructed at the park hasnt disturbed or devastated the area he added If these naturalists had their way Butler continued there planes escorting the 27yearold Long Beach Calif housewife would no roads no tower or for almost the last 100 miles of any Picnic and camping areas in the park If Iowa was blessed much natural land this would be fine but it isnt t UllOUHi cessfully to achieve 27 years Forslund told lhe commission ago Miss Earhart vanished in the western Pacific Mrs Merriam feathered the propeller of her right engine ap proaching the U S mainland coming in on her left engine Mrs Mirriam had hoped to become the first woman to cir cle the globe alone by air But Jerrie Mock a Columbus Ohio flier accomplished that feat on April 17 after flying a more northerly route for a total of about 22800 miles the reason he hasnt developed his skiing area more is because there has been no decision made on where Interstate 35 will be located The original plans call for the highway to run within a few hundred feet of this area he indicated Why spend a lot of money when this interstate thing is still undecided Forslund asked Lack of snow resulted in his SKI AREA Continued on Page 2 BAYONETS GUARD NEGROES were arrested after Maryland National Guard troopers Cambridge protesting the presence of stand over a group of Negroes who Gov George Wallace of Alabama Guardsmen arrest Negroes in protest against Wallace CAMBRIDGE Md outburst ofvioience in the wake of a presidential campaign speech by Alabama Gov George C Wallace 4eft this cen ter ofracial strife in the grip of new tensions Tuesday Two demonstrators and five National Guardsmen were in jured in a melee touched off Monday night when about 200 singing handclapping integra tionists tried to march on the arena where Wallace had ken tsensitive spot just to prevent such an act Wallace had already loft the town of 12600 Us had ad dressed about 1500 supporters in his campaign in the May 19 turned jto the National Guard Democratic primary and was applauded more than 40 times during a 45minute speech at tacking the civil rights bill pend ing in the Senate Balked by guardsmen wearing gas masks and holding rifles with fixed bayonets the integra tiomsts squatted in the street and sang We Shall Not Be Moved Guardsmen used tear gas to disperse them arrested 14 and slapped an 11 pm curfew on the city State officials mot into early morning on the disposition of the arrested Two were treated at Cambridge Hospital one for a cut and the other for the ef fects of tear gas then were re Something in the wind Cuban war talk mounts MIAMI Fla AP Talk of impending military action against Fidel Castro gained mo mentum Tuesday in this Cuban exile capital but plans if any were shrouded in secrecy Officials of antiCastro groups while not denying that some thing was in the air were tight lipped in contrast with the open talk situation prior to the ill fated 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion They spoke of a long guerilla war sabotage infiltration and hopes for defection of Castros armed forces Rogclio Cisncros newly named chief in Exile of the Rev olutionary Junta JURE re turned from a conference in Puerto Rico svilh Manuel Ray who has promised to be fighting inside Cuba by May 20 Cuban independence day Cisneros was silent about his talk with Castros former Ha vana underground head now designated JUREs chief inside Cuba Ray founded JURE A spokesman pointed to JUREs emblem a twig It is small but it will grow he explained Another activist group Revo lutionary Recovery it is mailing out English translations of a speech by its head Bay of Pigs leader Manuel Artime predicting a long hard war full of blood and sacrifice He was quoted in Ins March 18 address to an exile group comparing Castros forces to Go liath and his to David Revolutionary Unity Move ment a large antiCastro organ ization published a coupon in its official publication urging Cas tros militiamen and soldiers to defect The coupon to be mailed to Cuba by exiles says The Communist regime is near its end When that moment arrives the most responsible figures will try to flee a flight already pre pared but they wont include you The message to Castros servicemen added Take nble what happened in Brazil Joao Goulart deposed president fled in time and left others be hind abandoned to their fate sent to the hospital for treat ment of minor injuries Deputy Atty Gen Rober X J Gloria Richardson leader o the twoyearold integration movement in Cambridge wa CLARENCE CANNON Cannon 85 dies WASHINGTON AP Rep Ilarenco Cannon DMo veter in chairman of the House Ap propriations Committee died uesday He was 85 Aides said Cannon had en ered Washington Hospital Cen er Monday but said they did not know the reason for his sntry Death occurred about 3 am CDT the congressmans office was advised i I 4 A peppery and agile figure despite his age andslight stat was only a 140pounder was dean of the louse in point of age at the time death He had been a member since 1922 andwas outranked serv ce only by Rep Carl Vinson DGa Associates saitf he had active and apparently in top icalththrough last week but lad complained Sunday of not leeling well Rep George Mahon D Tex shepherded a supplement appropriationbill through he House Monday at Cannons chore Cannon nor mally would have performed for himself Under the congressional iority system Mahon as Democrat with the longestserv ice on Com mittee behind Canaansucceeds to the chairmanship t Actually Cannons ton service extends long back of his tenure jn the House K In1911 Champ then speaker of thVHpuse1lpersuad ed him to capital as a clerkin the speakers of fice I Cannon recallednet long ago that I wanted to see the wheels go around for a few so he took the job on a temporary basis He never went back to Mis souri to stay and one way or another he has been personally making the wheels go around ever since He vfAS elected House par liamentarian in 1917 and held the office until he was elected to membership from his 9th Missouri Congressional District He was rated oneof the na armory Two others were then tions leading authorities on parliamentary law and was a familiar figureto all who at tended or watched Democratic Murphy said charges to be fiied national conventions in recent againstsome of those arrested decades still were under It may be foolish if the cliThe si9hf fisure in the frt mate stays as it is to turn quent with the late them loose inthis inferno down House Speaker Sam Rayburn CV ft Aw S of Texas perennial convention was Cannon A political convention can get into a gargantuan procedural snarl and Mr Sam didnt expert to help out More formally in that field Cannon was author of a number of standard works on parlia mentary procedure and of trea in Encyclo among those arrested Those not hospitalized were transwant lhe of running the ferred to National Guard headshow without his parliamentary quarters in Prkesvilie acros Chesapeake Bay and north o Baltimore I The guardsmen ordered int Cambridge before Wallaces ap pearance at the invitation of th Dorchester Business and Citi zens Association included unit which were called out at the height of similar violence in Cambridge last summer A to ken force of 10 had been as signed to the uneasy city throughout the winter but there had been no curfew or other re strictions similar to those im posed after an outbreak of shootings and arson last July The 1963 demonstrations em phasized demands of the Cam bridge Nonviolent Action Com mittee for integration of res taurants and other public ac commodations SAME DATE1HJW pedia Britannica and Encyclo pedia Americana The prime element of his rep utation was toughness but he was a man of many facets de pending on the as a bulldog stubborn as one of the mules for which his state is noted or the doting grandpa that he was On occasion over the the toughness came out in phys ical action The record of his more than 40 years in the House shows fistic encounters in earli er years with such figures as former Rep John Phillips of California and Rep John Taber of New York Republicans and former Sen Kenneth McKellar of Tennessee Democrat The encounters all relatively mi nor occurred over differences on government money bills all of which came through Can nons hands Cannon will be buried Thurs day in his home town Elsberry Mo Funeral services will be at 2 pm at the Elsberry Baptist Church ;

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