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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 13, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors GLOBEGAZETTE Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA Wf DNISDAY MAY li HOC copyJThb CoaibU of fivt One AwocUUd PTCM hU M in Findley wreck af Garner vf r said Wednesday it fast freight andtriggered Ihe wreck three miles west may take a couple days to clear theNorth Western of Lowden Authorities estimated total damage at Tfcuiwav tracka of a derailment thatsent 59 freight including to the railroad cars tnetrarka TIPAF mwa Invoatmrofnva AAA ii i i cars off thetracks near Lowden Jowa reported that a 2200pound lead slab apparently broke through the floorof one car on the 160car to the tracks which were torn up for more than 500 feet and to the contents of the cars ba millraided MIAMI usheV of Cuban and Soviet tack of apromised war of sabomilitary convoys tage and harassment against L the Fidel Castro regime in Cuba was reported Wednesday exile raid on a sugar mill at Puerto Pilon Revolutionary Recovery Movement reported a successfulattack mill gave no details Puerto Pi lon Jis on thev southern coast of OrientejPrpvince themost east Three groups in cluding JMRRhaye announced plans tobe figfiting soil prior to Cubas independ ence anniversary May 20 Cuba acknowledged Aug 20 963 that twopiraie gun Mats shelled a north eoafct in ustrial plant The following spokesmen said was killed and sev ralLwere wounded in the bom fa ng raid of a plane over he city of Santa Clara is the first of a series f1 attacks to come immediate y said a spokesman at MRR Our immediate objective is to iquidate langman shall go in for establishment of arge scale guerrilla forcesin our homeland i by students of Roman Catholic faith is headed bjf Dr Manuel Artime formerly an officer Casteos rebel army and civil ian of Pigs in vasion in April l96i He was taken prisoner but liberated witli others on payment of half mil lion in ransom Exile groups say additiona attacks by MHP and other groups may be expected at any SWIM Defense Sec retary Robert SAMcNamara takingria brealt from a final ground of in A cle state of alert ihad been declaredlithreedays ago three Viet Cong agents were arrested as they weremining a bridge over which McNamara was to pass on his ar rival SAIGON South Viet 7 Secretary ert S McNamara held a round of talks with US tary V officials in Saigon nesday under heavy Nam pected from McNamaras Rob final mili Wed iouryisit an aide to the secre No important new recommen dations on the war against the Communist Viet Cong were ex ast visit two months ago with dead one hurt in Amana crash truck collided during a heavy rainstorm near here late Tues day taking the lives of a moth er and her small children Mrs Katherine j o y c e Han shaw 26 her son Kenneth 2Vi and Ann three months were killed in the crash on Highway 220 about five miles northwest of here Mrs Hanshaws husband Ken neth Sr 25 a radio operator for the Iowa Highway Patrol in Cedar Rapids was injured North Iowa Weather outlook Clear Wednesday n if h t cooler east and central tews 3239 with scattered frost likely Generally fair end warmer Thursday with in ereasint southerly winds in Ine afternoon ntftts Weather en 2 arysaid McNamara followed Y up his wideranging recommendations for increased US aidamimore American combat advisers if necessary This irip was as mainly to update McNamara on progress made in the past two months McNamara and Gen Maxwell D Taylor chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff met Wed nesday morning with Gen Paul D Harkins commander of US fortes in South Viet Nam and Lt Gen William C Westmore land who replaces Harkins Aug V Y American and Vietnamese se curity officials maintained V state of alert declared several days agowhen a plot was un covered to bomb a bridge over which McNamara was to pass as he arrived in Saigon NAZI WRITER DIES COPENHAGEN Tandrup 90 Danish author who supported the Nazis and quit writing after their defeat died Monday in obscurity He manifested his dislike of de mocracy long before the Nazi occupation in the 1920s he wrote The Dictator an at tack on the parliamentary sys tem of government The Havana newspaper Hoy Tuesday belittled reports of im pending sabotage movements An MRR spokesman said the raid occurred at dawn After the dynamite demoli tion charges were placed a strategic places and set off he said our guerrilla forces in te Sierra Maestra returned to the hills The commando raiders had control of the port of Pilon fo about three hours the spokes man said He said several ves sels carried the command raiders ashore biit 5 the exac number was not announced Exile groups have claimet several strikes in recent month against Castro military arii economic targets I One was the December 1H3 blowing up of a Cuban Navy pa trol boat at Us berth at Isle b Pines south of Cuba Severa Castro personnel were killed o wounded targets Castro vital Later to the on we To take look at bias bill Sen ate leaders and top Justice De partment officials planned to take afinal look Wednesday at a package of amendments de signed lobreak the civil rights bill stalemate Senate Republican Leader Ev erett M Dirksen of Illinoissaid in advance of the conference that he was hopeful the pro posed changes would lead to ac tion on the Housepassed bill The kty question it whether they will win broad enough sup port to produce the requirec twothirds votesi all 100 senators clamp a time limit on the debate now in its 54tb day The amendments were wbrkec out in conferences lastweek wth Atty GenRobert hedy and his aides Dirksen said full accord had been reached except for the exact language r The principal amendment Comandosmambises an exil action group said Jt carried ou the raid from inside Cuba Th Castro regime said the US Central Intelligence Agency was responsible for the coup Other forays reported by anti Castro groups have been large ly acts of sabotage against crops He defends planes used irTj t in Viet Nam WASHINGTON WThe Air Force replying to questions from a congressional committee about use of obsolete planes in Viet Nam said Wednesday that of 72 planes in operation two may have crashed because of structural failure It said the cause of some oth er crashes was not known defi nitely The Pentagon made public a tetter from Secretary of the Air Force Eugene M Zuckert to Chairman Carl Vinson DGa of the House Armed Services Committee in reply to a letter from Vinson to Secretary of De fense Robert S McNamara on May 5 making the obsolete plane charge The 72 planes are of two types and went sent to Viet Nam since 1962 They were carefully inspected and improved before they were sent abroad and have perform ed outstandingly ever since as signment there Zuckert told Vinson See related story on Page 6pound 11ounce for Oscar winner OXFORD England A 5pound 11ounce girl was born Tuesday to Patricia Neal win ner of this years Academy would revise the sectionstban ningdiscrimination by employ ers rid laborunions and by pri vately owned establishments of fering food lodging iand enter tainment to the public The ttieattorney gen eral to bring suit wouldbe curtailed andr state that have tleir own laws ii these fields would be given ex elusive jurisdiction over com plaints for a limited period HONORS JAPANESE MOSCOW Anastas Mi koyan first deputy premier of the Soviet Union paused en roule to Japan Wednesday to lay a wreath at a Siberian cemetery for Japanese prison ers of World War II Cor pcrfh of truck Lloyd Paul Findley 44 district plant superin tendent of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company Mason City was killed at pm Tuesday in a car truck accident at Garner j v The car he was driving collided headon with a PIE express truck L T A 1 J LLOYD P FINDLEY Prohibition Party back on the scene DBS MOINES AP The Prohibition Party inactive in several years was ack on the political scene by Bert W Arnold 60 Min neapolis who escaped in jury The accident occurred at the east edgeof Garner where Pa trolman Alfred Buckner re ported the car skidded in front of the truck near the American yanamid plant on Highway 18 It was believed by the driver thetruck and the patrolman iat Firidieys car went off on ie shoulder of the road and added as it came back on the et pavement Findley was driving east at time of the accident the Minn He was preceded in death by his father and an infant sister Funeral arrangements are in complete Visitation at chapel will be from after noon Thursday until noon Friday The party announced plans for takenl to the PattersonJames a convention1 here June 2 to make nominations for Congress state offices v v Verne Higens of Stuart said the party is con ducting an educational program inx Iowa schools Principa speakers at the June convention will D D Gibbons nationa of chairman and Dr R L Ruth erford Kansas City Mo On the inside Editorials Society news North Iowa news Comics Sports news 1415 212 Clear news 2425 Mason City news 3233 Classified pages 373839 and industry and isolated am Award for best actress and wife of writer Ronald Dahl uneral Home in Mason City Mr Findley lived at 43 Lake view Drive in Mason City Mr Findley in the Hason City office since Dec 5 955 when he was transferred here from the Omaha off iceHe directed the supervision of plant operationssuch as installation maintenance and repair of tele phone instruments lines and Central office equipment A graduate of State Teachers College he tartedas a lineman with the elephone company in Minnesota n 1946 5and the following year ecame plant engineer at St aul After various other assign ments in ther plant department at Duluth Virginia and St lloud Findley became installa ion supervisor at Minneapolis n 1953 He later was employed as relations supervisor in the CAN YOU TELL THE REAL ROSE elected a New York Central Railroad director Billy Rose for years known in the music and entertain ment world attends stockholders meeting in Chi cago So does stockholder Julius Taxay Chicago who looks like Rose Rose is at left Goldwdter takes Nebraska Nixon vote shows strong WASHINGTON AP Sen Barry Goldwater was the top votegetter in Tuesdays Nebras ka Republican presidential pref erence primary where he was the only candidate listed But he ran into a strong tide ofwritein votes for former Vice President Richard Nixon and others The Arizona senator was bare ly scoring the majority of votes his supporters had predicted be fore the election He had just over 50 per cent of the vote while Nix in 1960 had the presidential nomination that Goldwater seeks this about 31 per cent Nixoas showing in Nebraska was by far his best in any of the spring primaries He is not announced candidate for the nomination but has said he would accept it A lastminute drive for write in yotps spearheaded by former Secretary of the Interior Fred Seaton found fertile ground in a state which gave Nixon his big gest majority in the 1960 election per cent Goldwaters major announced rival for the nomination Gov NeJson A Rockefeller of New York polled a sizable vote in the uncontestcd West Virginia preference primary Rockefeller had no writein competition because such votes are not counted in West Vir ginia Returns from 1804 of Nebras kas 2148 precincts gave Gold water 56578 votes The writein votes went this 35040 to Nixon 18994 to Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge 1979 to Rockefeller and 1012 divided among a handful of others In West Virginia with 178S or 2664 precincts reporting Rocke feller had 75788 about 65 per cent of the total vote cast in a NIXON Continued Page 2 ne ruck was going west The car was so badly wrecked required over an hour and half to free the body1 It was Prods Baker WASHINGTON AP Chair man B Everett DNC dismissed Wednesday as tht height of demagoguery a quest Senate Rules Committee Investigate the rela tions of senators with Bobby Baker The general headquarters office he company in Omaha of was by Sen Clifford P Case urging the committee to get to the ther Baker case and not treat members of as a privileged class After Baker had resigned un der fire last Oct 7 as secretary to the Senate Democratic ma jority the committee launched an investigation of whether his outside business dealings had conflicted with official du ties or involved other impropri eties Baker who built up a fortune he estimated at more than million while on the Senate pay roll at a year invoked his Fifth Amendment protection ill vf ill ym WY In Mason City he was this against possible settincrimina years chairman for the Cerro Uon refused to answer ques Cross fund and tions when called as a witness fordo Red membership c am pa ign He served as a leader in the Mason Rules Committee thrown open Jity Community Chest campaign to the public at the last minute ast fall and was active in many Case urged that each senator be other civic projects including the North Iowa Safety Clinic Mr Findley received the John Steenhoven Award from the Shibboleth Toastmasters Club in I960 He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Mason City president elect of the Mason City Kiwanis Club member of the BPOE Lodge 375 Mason City and the Wil ton Masonic Lodge 24 A F AM Pemfaerton Minn He was a member of the board of directors of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce Born Dec 22 1919 in Mar tin County Minn he was the son of James E and Mina Hicfcok Findley He was mar ried to Helen Mae Zwirtz Nov 26 1943 at Shuta Vista Calif A veteran of he served with as a sonarman and received his business or with Baker World II the US Navy discharge in 1945 at Camp liott San Diego Calif El Surviving are his mother Mrs Mina Findley Garrison Minn widow Helen Mae Find Icy Mason City two sons Robin Patrick and Michael and three daughters Paula Kaye Cynthia Lee and Denise Ann all at home and a brother Edgar Findley Duluth SAME At a hearing Tuesday of the asked if he ever had had any financial or had dealings received campaign contributions or any thing else of value from him No investigation of Bobby Baker can have any real mean ing without an investigation of the relations of members of the Senate with Bobby Baker Case said at the stormy hearing In an interview later Jordan said I think it would be an in sult to senators for the Rules Committee to ask them the questions proposed by Case He said Cases testimony had amounted to a blanket indict ment of all of the members of the Senate at least by intima tion Jordan said that if Case has information wrongdoing indicating by senators any let him submit it to the committee and well look into it Jordan indicated that the com mitlee is unlikely to recommend that Baker be cited for contempt of Congress punishable by a fine and a year in jail1 because of his refusal to answer questions or surrender subpoe naed records New law holds down bootleg COUNCIL BLUFFS AP Since liquor by the drink came legal in Iowa the flow of bootleg supplies across the stale borders has virtually stopped Lawrence F Scalise candidate for the Democratic nomination for attorney gener al said here Tuesday night   

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