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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 23, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                SLOW MOVER Martin Roach of Newton Mas3 acquiredtHia house when it was to be removed for aJtiighwayjprojectand Had it moved to this site Roachinadvertently had placed it partly on rightof wayproperty owned by the state Dept of Public Wqrjtg He was ordered to remove it but didnt move 1 jlenry Ford II back LBJ all the way DETROIT maker terrific and predicted the h Photefax it fast enough A crew of workmen sawed off the tresspassing section and put upa fence enclosing the Jstate land Now NewjonXBoafd of Aldermerf have decided the choppedoff house is an eyesore and a lire hazard and ordered Roach to remove the rest of the house Broader action in Asia WASHINGTON AP Evi dence was building Saturday that the United States was pre paring for broader military ac tion in Southeast Asia unless the crisis there cools off soon Secretary of State Dean Rusk unfurled the warning signals in ispeech Friday night Her ac cused Red North Viet Nam of aggression against Laos and South Viet Namj and he de clared the South Viet Namwar may be expanded if the Com munists persist in their course of aggression The blunt words from the usually mild Rusk were takenas a possibility of action directly against North Viet Nam a move that has drawn increasing dis cussion here since tiie Laotian crisis began developing a week Rusk said the United States has made it clear it is not going to abandon people and this he stressed is a signal which must be read with great care in other capitals particularly Hanoi and Peking On the diplomatic front Rusks speech before the Amer ican Law Institute meeting here also indicated the United States and its allies had received no encouragement in their efforts to persuade the Communists to end their drives in Southeast Asia There were persistent reports President Johnson will make some basic decisions on the US course in Southeast Asia within the next few days Beefing up its force in South east Asia the United States has moved a carrier task force into the South China Sea off South Viet Nam The carrier will be used to launch US Navy Crusader jets on reconnaissance missions over Communist Pathet Lao areas in Laos One such plane swooping in for lowlevel photographs was reported hit by Pathet Lao ground fire but made it back to the carrier Kitty Hawk The State Department dis closed that the first reports from the reconnaissance flights have been turned over to the Laos government and the Internation al Control Commission charted with supervising Laos The Soviet Union denounced US policy Friday as the raaia source of tension in Southeast Asia but backed a French call for a new 14naUon cocuereow restore peace jn r It was part of a flurry of dip lomatic activity centering oaibeV strife jn Laos But the renewal of border conflict between Cam bodia and South Viet Nam and increased Communist activity against the South Vietnamese government stirred Western fears for all of South east Asia The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 23 VK4 Piper ConjUU at Two EccifeMSteth AnecUtcd Wlxw Jenry Ford n says he willsup portPresident JobnsjMlfqrre no matter whom the Republicans nominate Ford board chairman of the Ford1 Motor Co said Friday his vote for Johnson would be his first fora Democratic presided tial candidate His endorsement was given to Johnson during the Presi dents brief stopover in Detroit Ford Johnson as Rapids fire loss hits j million i i President would have no trou ble winning in November doing an excellent job as President Ford said Ive heard him say many times that hes for all the people in the country for business labor and thegeneral public I agree withwhat he says Fords comments were made as Johnson shook hands with politicians and some of the 25 000 people who greetedhim at Detroit Metropolitan Airport The President stopped briefly en route to sity of Michigan commence ment at Ann Arbor Johnson told the CEDAR RAPIDS AP ficial loss estimates ranged up Saturday destroyed a warehouse usedby at least 35 One fireman was overcome by smoke and another stepped on a nail in the four hour battle blaze that sent smokeBillowing high over the Neither was seriously in jured Fire Chief Jesse Hunter said the fire may have been caused by sparks from a trash fire He said damage would be upward to million An informal surveyof men connected with businesses using the warehouse brought esti mates of million to million The block long building housed the Tip Top Distributing Co the Butler PaperCo Gates Rubber Co and awarehouse of theCedar Rapids Transfer and StoragerCo as wellas space leasedtoother firms Theifirefightmg effort was hampered by exploding paint lacquer and oil cans The first alarm was turned in about pm and a few blazes still licked among the ruinslate Fri day night r The fire came onthe 45than niversary of one of the worst blazes in Iowa history An ex plosion and fire at the Douglas Starch Co plant here May 22 1919 killed 44 persons rIH4 recaflxan Old Ydti Love Mein November as You do in May dont want you to forget iter on in the fin lie add ed Gov George W Romney Republican who bis been men tioned GOP presi dential timber served as offi cial greeter Some Democrats seemed miffed at Roinneys appearance saying he invited himself Re publican sources said the com mittee which planned the air port program had bypassed Romney and that he had to con tact the White House to arrange a spot in line Ne It Exenvoys plane own BULLETIN TAMP ICO Mexico UB A Tampico businessmen said Piper Apache plane missing with DeLesseps S Morrison six ether persons was re ported sighted clote to Vic toria Tamaiilipac state The Otto Stiles said ground crew was approach ing Hie scene TAMPICO Mexico AP A charteredplane carrying deLes seps S Morrison former US ambassador to the Organization of American States one of his ons and five other persons was missing Saturday on a flight rom Matamoros to Tampico US andMexican airplanes and helicopters joined in a search for the twinengine Piper Aztec which was to have reached this Gulf Coast city at pm Friday Hope prevailed that the craft might have made an emergency landing at one of the many ranches or small airfields on the route south from the Texas border Morrison and five other per sons had flown Friday from Orleans to CorpusChristi Tex where Morrison chartered the Aztec Its pilot was identi fied as Hugh Ward Corpus Christi Morrison had youngest son Randy 7 on the trio Names of the other passen gers were immediately learned but one of them was said to be a child A Tampico businessman Adolfo Bresling said Morrison had been here last month for several days and consulted Tampico businessmen about a business transaction Americans earn ing at a record rate Charles Ranch owner Charles Miller who said the plane wai carrying Morrison and five oth er passengers Stiles said two of the paasen gers wereyoung boys Morrison 52recently was named executive vice president of the Bank of New Orleans Morrisons secretary Rosalia Grad said in New Orleans that the former diplomats youngest son Randy 7 was aboard the plane She said she did not know who else was on the trip s Firoeh Detroit Free reporter Frank Beckman obtained the Ford interview and his paper copyrighted the story Ford lat er made his comments avail able to other newsmen Ford and his brothers Ben son and William generally have been considered Republi cansBut the Congressional Quarterly reported that the three Ford brothers contributed to Democratic coffers in 1962 Ford described himself Fri day as an independent Laos seeking Western aid to halt Reds VIENTIANE Laps beleaguered neutralist govern ment of Laos is seeking mili tary and economic aid from the United States Britain and France to stem the swelling tide of communism Premier Souvanna Phouma Henry Learnard and Marvin hch stands beside hisvcraitipn McCamis The 13ton vehicle built by a twornaii and the liittori Industries of Minneapolis is the three crew members during unveil said to be capable of maneuverability to ing ceremonies in Minneapolis Chief a depth of 6000 feet makingit possi pilot William O Raihnie Jr ble for scientists to explore the ocean a former submariner is flanked by floor NEW YORK Ameri cans are earning more than ever This became evident during the week with a report by the Commerce Department that personal income in April rose to a record level Theyre spending it at a rec ord pace too This was shown by zooming sales by automobile manufac turers and department store and variety store chains Personal income continuing its steady gain of recent months climbed billion last month to an annual rate of billion on was in wages and salaries nd of that amount half was in wage and salary payments in manufacturing industries The big department store ham Sears Roebuck Co reported record first quarter irofits and forecast record ales and earnings for the year The variety chain FWi Wool worth Co said sales were run ning 18 per cent ahead of a pear ago John A Barr chairman of mother department store chain ilontgomery Ward Co pre licted that spending hould rise more than 6 per cent this year to billion and retail sales should increase about 6 per cent to billion made the announcement Friday as US jets their re connaissance flights over Lab tipn territory held by the pro Communist Pathet Lao forces One plane a Navy RF8 Cru sader jet hit by Pathet Lao ground fire but made it back to an American carrier in the South China Sea US sources in Washington said the plane had been slightly dam aged and the pilot was unin DES MOINES AP Iowa Democrats choose their dele gates to their national conven tion Saturday and then get down to the showdown fight over who will hold the offices of national committeeman and committeewoman The 2970 delegates to the partys state convention start proceedings at 10 am with con gressional district caucuses to choose 30 of the 50 delegates who will cast the states 35 votes at the national presidential nom inating convention in Atlantic City starting Aug 24 The convention as a whole will choose 15 atlarge delegates The governor national committee man and committeewoman and state chairman and vice chair man round out the national con vention delegation The district and dele gates will have twothirds of a vote eachin helping to nomi nate the partys presidential candidate The governor com mitteeman and committeewom an state chairman arid vice chairman get a full voteapiece Gov Harold Hughes was to deliver the keynote address of the convention shortly after pm Saturday The state convention dele gates got together in informal congressional district caucuses to talk things over Friday night Former Gov Herschel Love less put in an appearance and was kept busy snaking hands with his wellwishers before the caucuses started He attended the 4th District meeting with the WapelloCounty delegation His home town is Ottumwa Loveless MM he drove to Iowa from Washington where he is a member of the govern ments Contracts Renegotiation Toard Mrs Loveless stayed in Ot umwa with relatives She had urgery in April and didnt quite eel up to the strain of attending the convention If there were any delegates who didnt think it was a fore one conclusion that President yndoh Johnson would win the residential nomination hands own they were keeping silent bout it There apparently was solid CADET WINS West Point Cadet John Calif expelled military academy Anaheim from the for was ordered reinstated by Secretary of the Army Stephen Ailes Ailes or dered the Point officiahito reinstate Dunmar when Fed eral Judge Edward Curran threatened him with contempt of court action unless he did so pending the hearing on a temporary injunction against the cadets ouster The army defines quibbling as deliber ately deceiving another per son A US officials indicated that the flights would continue gath ering information on Pathet Lao military movements as well as serving as a warning to the Communists of American deter mination in Southeast Asia North Iowa Weather outlook CeeJer Setvrday and SvMhy lows in the CtwMtr Sunday with ever state Weather details 5 Early strikeout To marry on diamond BURLINGTON m They dont heve weddinf en the diamond here every but therell be one every 15 years or so if the trend Everythina wes for a wedding at plate at Com mumty Field Tuesday when H was discovered that the re puired blood hnt results were net among the papers for warded to Burlington As a result Ernie Fam and Dorothy Davis 19 are hi be married it home just before the BwrlinftenWiseemm Midwest League game The two were high schoel sweethearts in Macen Ca Gloria Graham of Macen will be a bridesmaid Field man Robbie Robertson ef the Buriingten will give away the bride and Bees first baseman John Lepik will be bait man Bees player Her men Wolltti and Janet Painter of West Burlington were married at home plate here IS years age They new live near Wett Burlington upport for a proposed resolu tion urging that President John son be given a free hand to hoose the vice presidential andidate Spirited bidding was under way by backers of the two can didates who were seeking to un eat Donald J Mitchell Fort odge lawyer and Mrs Alberta Cetcalf Kelly of Nichols as na ional committeeman arid com mitteewoman They have held he national committee posts since 1953 Opposing Mitchell was Dr S Barber 43 Mason City veter narian He says the farmers need help and his business am jrofessional background give lim a more intimate knowledge of farm problems than Mitchell has Running against Mrs Kell was Mrs Randy Dunbar of Ce dar Falls 3rd District member of the Stat Central Committee and wife of an attorney Mrs Elizabeth Richard of Red Oak 7th District committeewoman let it be known that she wool be available for the job bu wasnt an active candidate The consensus was that the committeewoman race profaabl would be closer than that fo committeeman though Barbc eclared that I expect to win The 3rd District delegation ad voted its unanimous suppor or Mrs Dunbar One delegate aid the group had nothing gainst Mrs Kelly except tha he has had the committeewom ns job for quite a while Its ime we passed it around11 Barber had the endorsemen f the Cerro Gordo Count group Several members of hi county delegation were helping him line up votes Cant stop rights debate Russell says WASHINGTON WVSen Rich ard B Russell leader of South era forces declared Saturda hat Senate leaders do not no have the votes to gag us with cloture in the civil rights debate Nor he added have the Dixi senators lighting the bill bee able to muster the onethird support needed to block a move to limit debate Thus he indicated that if a cloture vote were taken now the outcome would depend on the undetermined positions of a handful of senators There arc four or five votes we dont know where theyre go ing the Georgia Democrat said in an interview Of the total increase bH Mormon and a groupof Lou isiana men were interested in a meatcanning investment in the Tampico area aTampiconews paper said t A termer mayor of New Or leans Morrison made anunsuc cessfulbid for Democraticnom ination as governor in Lou isianas Jan11 Democratic run off balloting The winner was John McKeithen now governor ofthestate Matampr6sis Across der from Tex In New the Times Picayune said theplane was bound from Matamoros to San ta Clara Ranch northwest of Tampico The newspaper telephoned Otto Stiles a supervisor for Freaks j i are hardL to find Zip learned hpw to swear By JOHMMOLLESON New York Herald TribuM Newe Service Both gains hose of 1963 spending climbed 5 per cent to would exceed when consumer PLANS REST DEHRA DUN India AP Prime Minister Nehru arrived at this hill station 120 miles northeast of New Delhi Satur day for a threeday rest billion and retail sales per cent to billion The Commerce Department reported that US production of goods and services ran at an annual rate of billion in the first quarter of this year This was a bit below its original estimate of billion The lag was attributed by officials to the reduced rate at which businesses built inventories dur ing the quarter Orders received by durable goods manufacturers in April increased 7 per cent New orders totaled billion against billion in March Shipments climbed by mil lion to billion On the darker side housing starts in April slacked off to the slowest pace since last summer Starts dropped 6 per cent from March to an annual rate of I 558000 the Census Bureau re ported This rate was the lowest since the 1455000 rate of last August and was 4 per cent below the April 1963 rate of 1618000 However an economist for the National Association of Home Builders said the April decline wasnt a surprise because the rate just couldnt keep going up as it had in recent months Steel production boomed dur ing the week to the highest level in almost a year Output rose to 2513000 tons from 2492000 the previous week Automobile production dipped during the week to an estimated 170098 passenger cars from 174662 last week hut was far ahead of the 149049 built a year ago Strike itili on at Lehigh Local 106 of the United Cement Lime and Gypsum Workers Union at the Lehigh Portland Cement Co m pany plant is still on strike A meeting between the com pany and union was held with Federal Conciliator Jim Jeffries present After several hours of negotiating no settlement was reached No future meeting was sched uled for the Mason City plant Local Union 106 in Mason City is negotiating the grievance procedure in its entirety not just the no strike clause as stated by the company accord ing to Marvin Wade president of the local SEISMOLOGIST DIES SEATTLE F r a n k Neu 72 former chief of the seismology branch of the US Coast and Geodetic survey died Friday He had been ill two months Inside The Globe MASON CITYAN Mrs Thomas Webb elected Iowa BPW president Page 10 North Iowa news 2 Newman Surveyor3 Editorials 4 Church news 47 Mason City news lf TbaBmglinf Bros and Barman It Bailey circus will Visit 60 cities this year but only to New Tort will it tfave a sideshow Congresi of Freaks Freaks aWgetting hard to find said Ringing North Only in New York is the shortage less severe As if to point he receded a moment in the life ofZip an aboriginal member of tee Zip was pintsized end pin eaaed BiDed as the Last Sur vivor of a Forgotten and dressed in skins and feathers be gave a generation of young Americans their first encounter with the world of primitive man Zip speaks no language but nU own exclained the barker as Zip stared silently at the Society news Sports news Ctear news 10 1M2 TO VISIT POPE ROME AP Sen Edward M Kennedy arrived from Paris Saturday for a twoday visit and audience with Pope Paul VI Zip confoundedthe barker 6nly once when George the Giant who was exhibited aloof side Zip thumbed his at the littlest savage just as Zip was preparing to sell postcards of himself at the close of performance Zip T e s p oji ded with an Amazonianflow of dis reputable language in purest Brooklynese Zip had never been closer to the Bush than Flat bush North spoke fondly of other oldtimefreaks among them Ubangi ladies with lips like soup plates and necks stretched to incredible length by dozens of encircling brass rings Then was only one thing wrong with them North said They off their clothes whenever they were angry aQ but the brass rings always the most of its performers from Europe There always a fct of little circuses in Europe and they have a great many good performers usually from circus families North said Circus talent tends to stay in families because the kids can start learning when they are two or three We have a unicyck act in this years show that from the marriage in 1M7 of a cyclist and Italian girl from a juggling act However even ia Europe freaks arc rare There have been great Amer ican performers chiefly M the flying We seat flyers to Russia when am circus with RinglUg SAME DATI1H3W toured said there last year   

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