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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1964, Mason City, Iowa Record P is in PORTLAND Ore gons Republican presidential primary election with six candidates and one campaignerwas being settled Friday Election officials forecast a record GOP turnout of about 265000 voters And public opinion pollsters predicted more ol them would vote for Henry Cabot Lodge than for any of the other five contenders But their electioneve sam plings indicated the Lodge lead was tapering off from the wide margin they had forecast ear lier In the face of those predic tions the Lodge campaign forces stepped up their tele phone and persontoperson bid for the victory they hope to cou ple with the absentee ambassa dors writein triumph in New Hampshire two months New York Gov Nelson A only candidate who did his own campaigning eyed the lastmiaute polls Mr is the man to stop in Oregon I would be very happy to make substan tial gains Eighteen convention delegates are at stake Rockefeller said a powerful showing inOregon would help his cause in Californias June 2 go newspaper that makes oil North lowons CITY Edition VOLIM MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY IS 1H4 10c Paper ol Two firrtmei SMJue On run No 12 Viet Reds win Viet Nam AP Slipping out of their jungle stronghold in D zoneVorth of Saigon a Communist Viet Cong force smashed a government relief column in one of the bloodiest ambushes year From dugur positions along a road tJSeTViet Cong opened up with heavy weapon and au tomatic 5l governmenttroops Another 30 including anAmerican Ranger officer were wounded in the en gagement Thursday 22 miles north of Saigon We make the same mistakes the r time a frustrated American adviser commented Step up is ordered in Viet air war WASHINGTON The United States will increase the new striking power planned for the South Vietnamese Air Force by a third it was learned Fri day The 75 additional Skyraider dive bombers now due in South Viet Nam this summer will be boosted to more than 100 in formed sources said Coupled with this US advis ers will step up the tempo and scope of training to double the present 400 Vietnamese pilots and channel the best of them Mto flying the propellerdriven attack planes SUES FOR SEPARATION NEW YORK The fourth wife of Alan Jay Lerner Broad way lyricist whose hits include My Fair Lady has sued for separation Anything we have to say will be said in court said Mrs Lerners lawyer Roy Cohn The papers were sealed North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy end Itttte cooler Friday tnd Lows Friday night in low High Saturday m low e rfrto had been reportedSkilled ifeapons transmitters stolen A relief force headed up the road atong the Dong Naij River f ofa Ranger and in fantry battalion were in the re liefforce which moved in ve hicles sources said The Viet Cong had apparently moved in alongside the road Wednesday night of the ambusb are still sketchy but apparently the Viet Cong permitted part of the convoy to pass and then opened up Weether deUll on J Thereis an average of one major Viet Cong unbush every week American advisers are concentrating much of their ef fort on making the Vietnamese ambush conscious The Viet Cong laid Thursday in by attacking three outposts the district town of TafifUyen anda strategic tfamlet before dawn Frantic radio reports from Tan Uyen 25 miles north of Sai gon alerted authorities tThe attacks appeared coordi nated around Tan Uyen up uuugs js laiiii Other government units were rough tough Chicago rushed to the region but WINS AWARD NEW YORK ifi ORLANDO w WILSON PbotoUx Crime is fallin off in Chicago CHICAGO of all things js falling off in said it was also one of the most corrupt ported no contact wtth vS H And lhe credit for the goinS to burv mv Conr droppingcrime rate belongs to in the sand Wilson said 6 Police SUDt Orlanrtn W in an v w kJMJJU Tf Police Supt Orlando W Wilson an interview Thursday RA There was a lot of corruption 64 who says it has all been WHO says H nas ail been was a lot of corruption easier than I thought it would and in the department be tC T be Wilson inarsnau the attorney who sue Wiknn cessfullv aronoH tu Wilson a former dean of against Se e aTd University of tVio TT G d fm i tHiilllE HIS lULu nivj c UJK I n fifth Court 10 year as head of the 13000man one of the S Liberty Bell award Seize 325000 pills from doctor at Burt BURT Federal officials have seized about 325000 pills and capsules from Dr Bahne K Bahnson of Burt charging that the items were improperly labeled V Officials of the F6od and v VUG x uuu ana Drug Administration said there were inadequate directions on the labels for use of the medi f Seizure ordered by US At torney Donald OBrien of Sioux City at the request of the FDA was carried put Tuesday night No charge was filed against Dr Bahnson an osteopath FDA officials at Kansas City said items seized included 291 000 pills and capsules contain ing amphetamines popularly known as bennies or pep pillsTheysaidthere were 34 000 pills and capsules contain ing barbiturates which induce sleep The officials said packages ranged from one or two cap sules of pills to cardboard drums containing50000 tablets ft un Ik l Dodge able for comment When Wilson took over some fore I came Wehadvthen and still have a lot of organized crime in Chi cago We havent got it whipped yet but were working on it Last year while the nations major crime rate rose 10 per cent a dropoff of more than 3 per cent was recorded in Chi cago ve broken the trend Wilson said and he gives much of the credit to a host of major revamping programs Wilson has a host of critics many of them on the police force who sullenly refer to him as the professor But he said they dont worry him Kids At last market for bugs ST LOUIS A St Louis chemical company wants to buy ai wm vay cenis ai fort for each 100 live lightning bugs nr Rahn Delivered to them Chemicals Vr Bahnson was not availused in cancer research are taken from the bugs state after 86 primary where he and Arizona Sen Barry Goldwater meet head on with no writein votes permitted The in one Ute in fluence the people in another and that is what happened the New Hampshire pri mary he said Rockefeller said it will take i massive effort to break through1 and beat Goldwater in California Unless he does Rock efeller added Goldwater will be to stop at the Republican National Convention The California contest carries t convention votes Goldwater figures with them he would have more than 600 of the 655 votes it will take to win the nomination Goldwater dropped his Oregon campaign a month ago saying he had to stick close to Washing ton while the Senate considered the civil rights bill He has since done some campaigning in Cal ifornia His Oreeonorganization and histwo sons Barry Jr and Mi chael have carried the God water to Oregon voters Former Vice President Rich ard M Nixon got a plug Thurs day from a new Oregon stand in former Secretary of the In terior Fred Seaton I think hell run very strong said Seaton who backed the former vice dent in Nebraskas presidential primary last Tuesday Nuton who was not on the ballot cap tured 31 per cent of the vote Goldwater who was won with about 50 per cent There have been no Oregon campaigns staged for the other twocandidates Sen Margaret Chase Smith of Maine and Pennsylvania Gov William W The forces denied an election eve report they would go to bat for Rockefeller in the California primary r Lawrence of the American Broadcasting Co said such a move would be an nounced Saturday in Los An i Richard Clement north ern California chairman of Lodge organization said in San ta Clara Calif talk like that seems to help Goldwater more than anyone There is nothing to be gained by a coalition at this time he said Howell Appling Jr Oregon secretary of state who set up the primary contest said he ex pected about 70 per cent of the states Republicans to vote The polls are open from 8 am to 8 pm Pacific Daylight Time Inside The Globe HATS to S Editorials4 Mason City news 47 Latest markers 7 Society Clear Lake news 19 Sports news JM2 Classified North news 29 WE GET LETTERS Mail han dler John E Johnson is swamped by do ityourself census returns that are flopping the Louisville Post Office Of ficials called the responses from resi dents of the metropolitan area colos Fbototax sal with 160000 of 240000 forms mailed in on the specified day The count by mail is a test aimed at saying time and money for the Census Bureau which is looking to the national tally in 1970 GOP move to reopen Baker probe defeated in Senate WASHINGTON AP A Re publican move to reopen and expand the Bobby Baker inves tigation threw the Senate into turmoilbefore it was defeated by a 4233 vote The short snappy election year setto Thursday wasone of the most tumultuous the Senate had seenin many a day The highlight was a shouting match between Democratic LeaderMike Mansfield of Mon bring members of the Senate specifically within the scope of the Baker probe and to broaden it to cover the handling ol cam paign funds and other matters The resolution offered by Sen John J Williams RDel also would have extended the inves tigation by theSenate Rules Committee until Sept 1 The committees authority now ex pires at the end of thismonth J wlifr freshman Sen Ed ward M Kennedy DMass caught in the mHdle as the presiding officer It was on Mansfields motion that the Senate voted to table and thus kill a resolution to jwere Lcast critic j senators Voting against the tabling motion were 24 Re publicans and 9 Democrats The in which President Johnsons name figured ras launched aft er Baker had resigned under Rocky Americans not told whole Viet Nam story WASHINGTON WVGav Nel son A Rockefeller said after an administration intelligence briefing Friday that he still be lieves the American people are not being told the full story about Viet Nam Rockefeller made the com ment to newsmen after receiv ing the briefing from top admin istration officers at the State Department Then he went to the White House to see Presi dent Johnson at the Presidents invitation The Now York governor the first Republican presiden tial candidate to take advantage of Johnsons offer of special in telligence briefings on the world situation for presidential aspi rants Briefing the New York gov ernor for nearly two hours were Secretary of State Dean Rusk Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara and Central Intelli gence Agency Director John McCone Rockefeller told reporters the intelligence estimates were helpful in bringing his informa tion up to date but did not change his opinion as to the for eign policies which he thinks should be followed Specifically in reply to a question he said it is stili a fair statement to say that he believes the American people are not getting the full story on Viet Nam Rockefeller he stands on his criticism of the way the administration is dealing with the war in Viet Nam He has proposed that the South Vietnamese pursue the Communists into North Viet Nam when they flee across the border and that the South Viet namese bomb supply bases across the boundary in North Viet Nam When Rockefeller reached the White House he was promptly escorted to Johnsons office While posing for photographers in the presidential office he and Johnson discussed the progress of civil rights and other legis lation fire last Oct 7 from his ayear post as Senates Democratic majority i TheSenate directed the mittee to find out whether Baker1 or etheremployes oV ficers of the Senate had engaged ufoutside business dealings that conflicted with their official du tiesorthat involved other proprieties i f 4 Baker pursuedJucrative Wsi ness ventures while on theSeri ate as a witness he answer questions invokingr tha protec tion against possible selfincrim ination provided by the 5thT Amendment to the Constitution Williams introduced reso lution to extend and expand the probe after Case went before the committee Tuesday and urged it to ask each senator about any r financial dealings they may have had with Baker and any campaign contributions Baker may have helped them get In leading the fight against the Williams resolution in Thursdays wild uproar Mans field accused Republicans of thinlyveiled innuendoes and said if they had any specific charges to make against any of their colleagues they should sub mit them to the rules commit tee Put up or shut up he said heatedly In a voice breaking with emo tion Case protested that Mans field had imputed conduct un becoming to a senator to him in violation of the rules and de manded that he be recognized on a point of personal privilege Case kept shouting for recog nition Kennedy told him to Uke his seat and after consulting the Senate parliamentarian ruled that the clerk should call the roll SAME Black flat Mean to Z4 11 DBS MOINES AP Motor ists traveling over the Hiawatha Pioneer Trail through Iowa will be on their own for some time although the four state route over existing highways was opened officially Friday Signs directing tourists over the 600mile trail thirough scenic and historic sections of north ern and eastern Iowa wont be ready for nearly two months And there is some question whether the planned signs can be used at all without jeopardiz ing federal highway appropria tions Gov Harold Hughes said be fore he left for Chicago for the opening ceremonies that I am naturally disappointed that the signs arent on the highways But Im not surprised or dis satisfied This was a joint ven ture with three other states and these things are hard to work out It was nobodys fault We wanted to go ahead with the opening even though the signs arent up because we hope to attract some of the families taking early vacations Hughes said the questions raised by federal authorities about the signs would be dis cussed when he and the gover nors of Illinois Wisconsin and Minnesota open the trail which is a joint venture with the states and the American Petroleum Institute The US Bureau of Public Roads at a meeting in Madi son Wis last week decided the signs designed for the trail did not conform with federal mark ers and would be unacceptable on UShighways Wisconsin has decided to go ahead with the erection of the signs but Minnesota officials plan to wait for a clarification Hughes office saSd The 425 signs planned for tht on their own Signs a rent up icin i 11 trail through Iowa have not yet been ordered The Highway Commission had planned to award contracts for the signs at its May 27 meeting The contracts call for the signs to be delivered by June 27 but the markers still would have to be erected and the trail in Iowa probably could not be fully marked until mid commission officials said The dispute with federal high way officials could set the plac ing of signs back even longer but Hughes said he could see no reason why the signs could not be erected along highways There are signs for similar trails in at least 30 states he said Despite the problems with the signs Hughes said he is still op timistic that the tourist trail will attract vacationers to Iowa and other Midwest states He fs hoping the trail will en courage families to visit Iowa areas they might otherwise overlook and thereby pump tourists dollars into the states economy during the vacation season He said pamphlets listing the attractions in the four states through which the trail winds have been distributed to travel agencies and will be made avail able to anyone who asks for them Iowa attractions listed in the pamphlets include the Herbert Hoover B i rt h p 1 a c e at West Branch the Indian Settlement at Tama the Maquoketa Caves scenic areas along the Mississip pi River the old shot tower and cable at Dubuque the Little Brown Church in the Vale near Nashua the Clear Lake resort area the restored fort at Fort Dodge tht Grotto of Redemp tion at West Bend the Pioneer cabin at Spirit Lake site of a massacre of white settlers aad the Iowa Great Lakes resort area The trail follows high way s front Davenport to Iowa City Tama Cedar Rapids Dubuque McGregor D e c o r a h New Hampton Nashua Charles City Mason City Webster City Fort Dodge Spencer and Spirit Lake An alternate trail of about 500 miles follows existing through DCS Moines Ottumwa Mount Pleasant Keosaqua okuk Burlington and Muscatine
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