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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 16, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Mwth Irns Doily Newspoptr Tfct tkot maktt all North lowons n tighbors CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition MASOM CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY M tH4 0 wins in regon Union wants WASHINGTON i AP Six meipbers the iTeimsters Un ion suit demanding thattbe g president James R hii top command repay 7 the J jiipjon money that Hoffaaadoiher officials have used to defend themselves in criminal ThFsix ranfcandfile Team tiers in the US District Court suit Friday also asked that the court grant an injunction forbid ding payments of such legal expensesil i t of the money al ready spent are m the hundreds of thiMiffandff of dollars Vtf V was anotherin a series sharpvMows to Hoffas position as boss of the nations biggest union suit was here Hoffa was sitting in a Chicago courtroom on trial on plan boycott of caucus Senate resumed Saturday ses sions the embattled civil rights biU with Southern Jboycothng a Democratic caucus Tuesday Cv i where amendments proposed by the bipartisan leadership will be considered S fSen TJichardB J Ga chief strategist of theDixie forces jsaidhef hasnt decided whether or not f But he told reporters I dont see any useful purpose in doing so He added may go bat said he could argue on the floor just as well wothirds oft the senatorspres ent and voting Meanwhile the debate pro ceeds The leadership while calling a Saturday session let the Senate recess comparatively early Friday night wMthif prospects passage bingeon whether sufficient fc support for the leadership packageJof some 70 amendments can be mus tered to cut off the South era talkathon Adoption of cloture requires North Iowa Weather outlook fair w Highs hi ctotafli J MansfieldofMontanahas invit ed all to a Tuesday discuss thepackageof amend ments worked out with Republi can Leader Everett M xDirksen of Illinois and ert F Kennedy A conference ofj Republican senators also U fto M ii charges of conspiring to fraudi the union in a i loans is appealing an eight year jurytampering conviction in t all of costsmoney and keeps him from supervising the day today affairs of the Teamsters which has run with an iron hand oL Some1 union have questioned whether Hoffa remain inpower intherfaceof the court actions vwithout the backing ofthe uniontreasury Others point out that Hoffa has weathered some hard storms in thepast1 I V Ur six sters who filed tfie suit are part of the same group whokicked off a fuss in the Teamster high command several weeks ago over the question of Hoffas legal fees r Teamsters general counsel Edward Bennett Williams agreed with the Philadelphia group that such expenditures are illegal Some executive board members demanded a fun to consider the question further No such meeting has yet been scheduled on the issue but Hof fa saidhe would stop using ion moneyt to pay bis huge legal costs until the Teamsters can get another legal opinion on the matter SUM noonced Labor Stenhis saidJthe Democratic meeting isnt to be a caucus at alljfiut a strategy ses sion by proponents and I could not be any help14 A This is a further effort to make the bill less nonSoutherners and direct its main thrust at the South in an effort to increase chances for its Stwuiis insisted Southern gained groundduring the weeks of debate Stennis said civil rights pro ponents are planning an inva sion of the South and he will offer an amendment to make it a federal crime for demonstra tors to cross state lines to vio late state laws ment of Hoffas legal bills v The onlypower the Tabor De partment has isto investigate m make public spent for Hoffas legal ex penses The law leaves it up to indi vidual union smembers such as the Philadelphia group to sue for reimbursement of any money allegedly spent im properly v The group also asked that bonding companies who have bonded top union of ficials be made part of the suit They said Teamsters leaders have refused to tell them the names of the bonding com panies The suit named Hoffa 14 oth er members of the unions ex ecutive board and trustees The union has refused to say moves to PORTLAND Orev AP New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller swept to an upset victory in the Oregon primary that turned the tables on Henry Cabot Lodge and set the stage for a California alli ance between the two Republi can presidential hopefuls men stuhned by the setback in an Oregon race they had expected to win headed for Los Angeles to talk over their next move Rockefeller the only personal campaigner in a six candidate field left well behind IB second place in Oregons Friday throw their Rockefeller primary June in weight Californias Paul Grindle a leader of cainpaign for the ambassador I Griiidle iaid the high commandof the movement would explore the si tuation in general and Cali fornia id particular at the RockefeUer and Amona Seirju Barry Goldwater who ran third in Oregon are alone oa the bidir lot there wntem clash vehtion delegates may outxif running A th Uon does California Rocke would thrust him toward anoth er triumph there RockefeUer cast as the under dog has the The pregon triumph awarded Rockefeller M conventibn regMpnmiiry victory appears to knocked Henry Cabot Lodge outlof flfis ninning and to have put a new complexion on the GOPf Presidential nomina contest Hampshire presidential and undeclared one Ufnorype site ternporqrily Trje bigvm6ye was the a hole cutfjn 51 rear secondfloor walFof first since the State Street location was thgjGjobeGazette building on EastState occupied in 1921 Business will be con Street Saturday shifted ducted from the Washington Avenue mosrof its operations to the new plant address beginning Monday at 300 Washington NW The pressroom how much Hoffas troubles have cost long legal The six Teamsters contended that union are respon sible under federal law to use union money solely for the ben efit of the union and its mem bers The six men who filed the suit are John C Jones Sr Jesse Coplo Benjamin Burnham Lou is J Buttone L V Schafer and John Reagan North Koreans release i two helicopter pilots m a complete lock df interest on parking meters Typical replies to the photographer Who simply wanted oV to illustrate the unique quality of the itsflexibfe base were the matter you Cellar to 1 better hot the city might not like it It tbok a civicminded James Marsh to submit to the ordeal in the interest of keeping the citizenry informed about progress In the cpmmuriity ndrnely a meter mounted on a heavy spring so that it will bend aind snap back rather than break when struckby an automobile Episcopalians hear plea on racial unity SIOUX CITY AP Episcopalians turned to busi new matters Saturday in closing sessions of their state conven tion They heard a plea to end racial discrimination in every parish and mission when the Rt Rev Gordon V Smith Episco pal bishop of Iowa addressed the opening of the meeting Fri day He said the Christian way of life does not allow any room for racial bias The bishop Mid that by dying for the whole human race Christ has given to every man a new and equal worth and this is the groond upon which the Christian takes his During a ceremony Friday the Rev Charles pastor of Christ Church at Waterloo was made honorary Canon of Trini ty Cathedral at Davenport in recognition of 25 years of serv ice to the diocese The Rev R A Cowling Sioux City also was honored at a communion service fcr hu 80 years as a priest PANMUNJOM Korea North Korean Communists Sat urday released two American helicopter pilots shot down last May then claimed the U N Command had acknowledged the pilots committed a border viola tion on an espionage mission A United Nations Command spokesman confirmed delivery of receipt forthe prisoners ad mitting they committed espion age But he said later that the admission is of course mean ingless BenW Stutts 31 Florence Ala and Carleton W 27Frankfort Mich the pilots were flown to Seoul where doctors said they were in good condition They were to rest overnight in the US hospital be fore questioning by intelligence officers signed military mission specif ically that of checking aircraft warning markers south of the D M Z demilitarized zone and therefore clearly were not engaged in espionage The record is clear the facts have not changed and anybody can read the true situation from the facts of the case Han Jookyung the Com munist Korean secretary said the two fliers had signed a statement saying they were on a criminal mission when their ehcopter was forced down by ommunist ground fire on May 1963 Han distributed to newsmen what was describedas a photo graphic copy of a receipt for a number of other countries qvickly changed from drab cotton Com munist uniforms into US Army khaki were not talk to newsmen permitted to In Seoul the tJN spokesman USy Army Col George Creel explained theadvancereceipt and itsadmission of espionage in a statement UNC representatives were prepared to sign and dtd sign a receipt which pursuant to KPA Cojmmunist North Korean army demand as a condi tion for the release of the pilots included a statement that th beticopter pilots committed es pionage the statement said course meaningless The two pilots were in uni form and engaged in an as SINCLAIR WIDOW DIES PASADENA Calif W Eli abeth Fv Sinclair 85 widow o Sinclair Oil Corp founder Harr F Sinclair died Friday the pilots from the TIN com mandadmitting the two were guilty of espionage and illegal intrusion and promising such acts would not be repeated i Far months UN Com mand had denied the pilots were on a spying mission It said the men were inspecting ground markers in the twomilewide demilitarized zone and inad vertently had wandered across the Communist side In Washington President Johnson said We have made great efforts to obtain their re lease and nave bad the for which we are humanitarian and Rockefeller boosted his hopes of winning Californias 86 delegates and holding New Yorks 92 votes for the nomination By the sheer weight of inten sive personal campaigning while his rivals operated by remote control Rockefeller confounded the pollsters and the politicians winning with about 33 per cent off the vote Ht for first time his ability to overcome the reputed political handicap of his divorce and marriage to a divorced mother of four chil dren This no longer could be regarded an an almost insur mountable hurdle in his quest for the nomination The Oregon victory would be certain to intensify the feller efforts in the June 2 California primary where he faces Sen Barry Goldwater R Ariz in a headon clash The pollsters have given Goldwater into the battle for the Republi can nomination V Rockefeliers Oregon upset victory a p p e a r e dl to have knocked him out of H 1 Jjl C f OridwaiW and farmer M Nfatoh ran far behind Rockefeller and Lodge in Oregon Sen Margaret Chase Smithof Maine and Pennsylvania Gov who WO COMMENT Vwt Nam Henry m comment on campaign whin tmikd and said as tfirttuflhout campaign Im precluded by government reg ulations from engagingin any kind of activity the California But they gave it to Lodge in In New York Rockefellers position seemed likely to be strengthened He had been threatened with a revolt in the states 92vote delegation if he had lost in Oregon after having trailed in New Hampshire who quit campaign ing in Oregon five weeks ago professed no surprise at the Oregon results which placed him only a little ahead of form er vice president Richard if Held up at tome Nixon He said it went about the way he bad expected Lodges backers werent giv ing up but they hadno neither campaigned nor had Oregon allies at work split a relative handful of primary votes With 2572 of Oregons 3251 precincts counted the Repubu can race stacked up this way Rockefeller 62S48 Lodge 51T 484 Goldwater 33924 Nixon 32241 Smith 5424 Scranton 3152 That 33 cent of the vote and Lodge 27 per cent These percentages stood from the very first sprin kling of votes Friday night Rockefeller who spent a month stumping Oregon beard the returns at his home in rytown NY and said I have but one reaction tonight and that is my feeling of deep grati tude to the people of that state Britven outtalks frustrated robber for the victory they have given me With the Oregon upset Rock efeller appeared to have shaken other primary in which to test for the first time the shadow is An masked man Fri day robbed BrHwn but a wrist watch and ring frus tratvd in than jwtt hfe attempt to cash wHti s saying was aH m at Swpvr Mar ket N that 4M with by tfM and mat behind back hH MM Imhiad gttting by tftttnf to bad a nfs in back fiimMir man and called pm I J99 Vfvrv PWrWr rtrtf and rTW HtfMI WTfTfl fun ftt BrrtWfi ffw TririMtvtv liy tfw arfumMiti VI TR9 fTVIftS SWfW ttw man inj ttx out the appeal of the ambassa dor to Saigon The cold results said that the voters liked him in his native New England but werentquite so lured to his cause in the Pa cific Northwest Rockefellers hardearned vic tory in Oregon was an unques tioned triumph It did not ne cessarily seem likely to parallel n effect the 1948 outcome when hen Goy Thomas E Dewey of York knocked his principal rival Harold E Stassen out of the race in Oregon and went on to win the nomination SAME DATI1KJ1IZ his diyorce and bu re marriage a year go to the di vorced mother of four children The second Mrs Rockefeller ex pects a baby in about two weeks I think victory put the Rockefeller divorce mat ter more in its true focus said Gov Mark 0 Hatfield and Oregonians showed they voted OREGON Continued 2 On f he inside Survey S Church 47 9 1111 14 City U 17lt lilt newt H   

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