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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 18, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                t V T T y j MOVE COMPLETED Globe33sizetti has For a complete story turn to Page moved to a shiny sew building At 300 N money protest SALT LAKE PITY CAP Utah begin a twoday walkout Monday to their demands for more mote fee ed ucation of the 279000 pu Moatfay sad Tuesday of its Gov George D Clydes refus al last week to call aspecial legislative session to consider more school money triggered the Utah Education Associations call Saturday for a walkout beards opea m the face of the threatened action Bat the open ing were considered only a for mality Two obtained court orders forbidding the in their areas The state attorney office has ruled that schools may after a token opening close their doors if children show up and teachers remain at home C Ivam Jr UIA eeutive secretary said that most teachers would honor the walk out School boards made individual plans how to handle children that came to school Evans said that amateurs in charge of overcrowded classrooms win bring chaos end threaten the safety of children The UEA hoped the MOGOO member National Education As sociation would grant its call for sanctions and ask that no out TfACHIRS Continued en 2 the newspaper that makts all North lowons neighbors GLOBEGAZETTE Edition VOL 114 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MAY II 1W4 10e Piper Two OM U falls to Reds TDAY FOR SIX The six children of Mr and Mrs Muatiphie Habhab of Fort Dodge are all smilea as they line up for tonsillectomies at a Fort Dodge Photofax hospital From left Dolores 8 Elizabeth 7 William 6 Daniel 5 Mildred 3 and Kamal 2 Narcotics conviction j overturned II IQWOLS elective judges to f J v S V i j i 1 f V vys V f Ibar association to stand for retention or ll J Ct State Bar members whether ithiyfeel the judges of tthejowa Supreme Court and the bistrict courts should be retained in J The object is to get expres sion from of the bar on the qualificationsof judges now on the bench before a sim ilar question is putto the vot ers in the general election next November The bar association plans to the results of the plebis citeknown to each judge four months prior to the Nov 3 gen eral election It known the voters 30 days in advance of the general election whether or not taining each of judges in office The Nov 3 election will be the irst time Supreme Court and Hstrict Court judges must mit to ihl people the question of whether they should be retained m office i i Iowansin a con stitutional amendment providing i new method of selection and 362 survive f North lowan i v 3 KANAWHA A former resi dent of Wright and Hancock counties who died Sunday Cedar Rapidshas 362 immedi ate r Funeralservices Mrs Matilda 17 whodied at a nursing home will be 2 pm Wednesday at St Johns Lu theran ChurchKanawha Burial will be in the Norway Township Centetery The fist of Mrs Espes sur vivors is the loogest recalled by penonnei of Carter Funeral Hoax whfca of the arrangements M t Survivors include aerea two one sister K grandchildreo 190 great grandchildren 130 greatgreat grandchildrenand great greatgreatgrandchiidren Mrs Espe was bom in Den mark on March 30 1M7 She came to the United State at the age of four She moved to the Cedar Rapids nursing home 16 years ago North Iowa Weather outlook tenure for judges of the Su preme and courts Under thenew plan judges no tongerare elected on a regular partisan ballot Instead when a vacancyoccurs on thebench a judge is appointedby the gover nor from lists nominees sub mitted to him by a nominating commission elected by members of the bar rejection this year if they Want to continue in office Exceptions are the Supreme Court judges who were elected Robert L Larson of Iowa K Peterson of Council Bluffs and Bruce H Snell of Ida Grove whose terms run until Jan 11967 The law provides that terms of all Supreme Court and Dis trict Court judges elected or i ap pointed before the official can vass of the judicial amendment to the Constitution run until July Hidden bug used in case WASHINGTON Su preme Court overturned Mon a narcotics conviction in which evidence was obtained by use of a hidden microphone Justice Stewart de justicesrTom rC Clark andJoha 1 1965 and of other judges on the bench as of last 30end next Jan 1 Terms of judges appointed after last June 30 also end on Jan 1 Supreme Courtjudges the vot ers decide to retain in office will have eightyear terms District Court judges will have sixyear terms Judges must file a declaration of candidacy with the secretary of state at least 90 days before the general election a judge fails to file such declaration his office is declared vacant at the end of his term Fighting grows heavy Urgent talks in Washington conviction wai h a Winston Massiah in New York f Massiah and a codefendant Jesse Colson pleaded innocent to narcotics charges and were released on bail counsel said Colson At the and of Ms term of fice the judge runs on a spe cial judicial ballot which does not pit him against any other candidate but simply asks the voters r judge soandso be retained in office The 19631 legislature passed a law requiring most Iowa Su preme Court and District Court Lodge men back Rocky Massiahs then de cided to cooperate with investi gators and a customs agent put an electronic transmitter in Col sons car t Colson invited Macsiah to take a ride in the car The agent in another car was en abled by the electronic device to pick up the conversation be tween Colson and Massiah At Massiahs trial in US District Court the agent testified to statements by Massiah Colson was not called to testify and I did not appear at the trial Massiah was sentenced to nine years imprisonment His counsel appealed to the Su FREED BY REDS Army helicopter pilots Ben W Stutts left and Charleton Voltz relax at a Seoul hospital after they were released from a years imprisonment in a North Korean camp News of JFK was withheld from GIs started working ovi jfibto tfw Unit ed StaNw Southeast Asia if situation to daWtoratcc On the inside LOS ANGELES Cali fornia Draft Lodge for President Committee threw its support Mondayto New York Gov Nel son A Rockefeller in the Cali fornia Republican presidential Details M 1 So titty nows Clear Lain Iowa City II 111J M 1415 ClaaaMted II lflT primary only in the hope of eventually getting Am bassador Henry Cabot Lodge nominated In the California primary on June 2 there are two slates of delegates on the ballot said a statement read at a news con ference by Attorney Jack W Crumley of San Diego commit tee cochairman The first is favorable to Gov Rockefellerand the sec ond is favorable to Sen Barry W Goldwater preme court after the US Cir cuit Court in New York upheld the conviction Citizenship law voided by top court makeup of these two slates of delegates We are convinced that the Rockefeller slate which in cludes such men as Sen ROCKY Continued 2 SEOUL South Korea Two Army helicopter pilots dis closed Monday their Communist captors withheld word of Presi dent John F Kennedys assas sinationfrom them for days The two US officers also said hey were kept apart during most oftheir year of imprison ment in North Korea Capfs Am W Shifts 31 of Florence and Charleton Voltz 28 of Frankfort Mich revealed some aspects of their captivity in a brief meeting with Lt Gen Thomas W Dunn US commander hi Korea The conversation was tape recorded at the military hospital and the Army released a tran script to newsmen The Army has refused to allow a news con ference Stutts and Voltz who were freed Saturday remain under medical observation Hospital had a big smile and said he had been shot by some loyal Commu nist party member in the United States Stutts said I was told on Dec 7 that he was assassinated But thats the only thing they told me about it The two pilots were capturec May 17 1963 when their heli copter was forced down by Com VIENTIANE JAOS m command post of Neutralist Gen Kong Le on the western edge of the strategic Plaine Jarres fell to the Communists Monday Premier Prince Sou vanna Phouma The neutralist prince told newsmen the situation was still critical at Muong Pnanh village 100 miles northeast of Vientiane that Kong Le used as headquarters for his 7000maa neutralist army Souvatma taid proCommunist Pathet Lao troops and North Vietnamese soldiers o v err an Kong Les command post after two days of heavy shelling and WASHINGTON The Su preme Court declared unconstitutional a section of the immigration and nationality act that strips naturalized Ameri cans ofcitizenship if they re COURT Cmlinuad on 2 officials described their condi tion as good Dunn raised the question of Kennedys assassination Voltz said he heard about it on Thanksgiving Day days later wry proud of the fact Voltz said They GC5P contest is still wide open s SJ AP As tessing Gov1Nelson ARocke fellers Oreigon victory JRepubli can governors agreed generally Monday that cosiest for the GOP presidential iotetnation re mains Some of the chief executives whoresppBdeil to in vitations to oa their partys politicalsHaatktd indi cated they think the June 2 California primary may be a de cisive convention factor who Oregons II coaveotioa votes in that states balloting Friday faces Sen Barry Goldwater I of Ari sooa m the last sifaificant pri mary before the party conven tion opest July 13 Gov John Anderson of Kansas chairman of the National Gov ernors Conference said the Oregon primary in which Rock efeller topped US Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge shows the Republican nominee in San Francisco is not decided yet Goldwater certainly is lead ing in delegates but I dont think its in the bag Anderson said Goldwater placed third in Ore gon with Richard M Nixon fourth Gov Robert E Smylie of Ida no said the Oregon results will increase the importance of the California primary outcome If Goldwater wins in Cali Smylie said it is like ly that he will be nominated on the first ballot If it looks like that is what is going to happen it would be smart for the Idalio delegation to go along with him Gov John H Reed of Maine said Rockefellers Oregon vic tory was a tribute to his de termination and his genuine ap peal to the rank and file voters It is also a demonstration Seed said that Republicans want a moderate presidential candidate and one with proven ability as a votegetter The re sults certainly have boosted Gov Rockefellers stock and will make him a top contender at San Francisco v Gov John HChafee of Rhode Island said Rockefellers Oregon victory had saved the New York ers candidacy Gov William W Scranton of Pennsylvania who has said he would accept a genuine draft for the presidential nomination but doesnt expect that to hap pen said Rockefeller deserved to win in Oregon Scranton whose name was on the ballot finished last behind Sen Margaret Chase Smith of Maine among six contenders in the balloting My hat is off to Gov Rock efeller Scranton said He campaigned long and worked very hard mtinist gunfire while they were inspecting border markers Stutts said North Korean army officers turned them over to civilian guards 13 days later Iowa Falls boy 12 is road victim IOWA 12yearold Iowa Falls boy was killed in a carmotorcycle accident on high way 118 about three miles north of Eldora Sunday night The boy David Eugene Allen son of Mr and Mrs Ray Allen was killed when the motorcycle on which he was riding collided with a car driven by Dr R R Griffel of Eldora The driver of the motorcycle Paul Knott of Iowa Falls and Jeffery Lynn Allen 2 a brother of the victim who was also rid ing the vehicle were injured Dr Griffel was unhurt bitter fighting No estimate of casualties was available Military sources said Kong was in the general vicinity of Muong Phanh but bad retreated southward to set up a new de fense perimeter The renewed Communist driva has stirred concern inWash ington that another Southeast Asian crisis was developing Secretary of State Dean Rusk and President Johnson held ur gent talks on the situation Sun day A radio broadcast from North Vietnamese capital of Hanoi heard in Tokyo said neutralist troops at Muong Phanh had slain rightist sol diers who had been serving with them The broadcast said the right ists were killed to US scheme to merge neutral set up a unified It did not elaboft ist troops to government ate SAME Investigate burglary at Protivin bank PROTIVIN The FBI and agents of the Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation were in vestigating Monday a burglary at the Bohemian Savings Bank here About was reported taken in the burglary discov ered by a cashier when bank opened Monday morning The dial had been knocked off the bank vault Protivin is about 12 mflea south of Cresco in extreme southeastern County   

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