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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 30, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY JO 1H4 UOc a Paper of Two AuocUted Preu FuU LetM NO Capital housing law near No penalty for violation DBS MOINES city ordinance designed to defer in housing hot with no penalty for violation appears headed for certain Monday despite I from real 1 The would authorize the DesMoinesmiman Rights Commission to investigate com plaints of and religious discrimination ia housingat tempt conciliation and conduct public hearings A provision ior up to and 30 days injail for vio lation was removed before the measure was passed at its first two readings The ordinance is due for a third and final read ing Monday r It was revised so that it now exempts from its duplexes1 apartment houses with less than seven apartments and owneroccupied rooming houses witti less than four rooms for rent Nearly half the 21781 apartments in Des Moines thus would be exempt MoineV Real Estate Board organized petitions call ing on the city council to submit the measure to a referendum at the November general election Real estate men claimed 10000 signatures but the council re fused to delay the matter Iowa has no state fair housing law The Iowa attorney general has said a homerule measure Adopted by the 1963 legislature empowerscities toadopt such Holiday toll is climbing BY THE ASSOCIATED Deaths oh the nations roads rose steadilySaturday as mil lions of smotorists1 took to the highways on the second day of the long Memorial Day weekend Traffic fatalities were lower on the first day of the 78hour holiday thanthe par of 110 for any day Buttne pace climbed as traf fie began to move in full scalelning far ahead of 1963 the del traffic deaths But the expected C1 payment noted and could reachl mileage of 85 billion this year tns if I wnuld 21 pohttriore than count showed one traffic death1 on the holiday itself Early to day there were 122 deaths As Iowa motorists headed for the open highway to battle Me morial Day traffic the Iowa State Safety department warned that the states traffic death toll Holiday at a glance for a record Traffic breaking year Fatalities this year are run 735 by the end of December at would be 21pef cent more than the present rate I that logged in 1958 An 11 am Associated Press Memorial Boating Drowning TOTAL 143 7 5 155 Day and ceremonies across thf nation Saturday honored Americans killed in battle The mournful notes of taps and the crack of rifle salutes sounded in ceremonies and at war memorials in small vil llages and big cities At Arlington National Ceme SOBffiER MEMORIAL These crosses at Elm ijt their lives in the UnitedoStoteSarrned forces wood Cemetery serve as a somber memorial to i the men and women from Cerro Gordo County who have V VfcJ Installed annually at the cemetery small flags also are placed on each cross plant being built here The count began at 6 pm loIM Zuckert auto County political leadei r voter turngift A new feed mixing plant is being constructed at J9th SB and Carolina as a divi sion of the American Soil Buud and Research Corp The plant will employ about 10 persons at the start and will James produce 300 tons of feed a day College who will fpfhogs sheep and cattle ac in connection with this the council predicted carUlon honors men who T m were aboard the nuclear subma Ervm D Jasperson counted during a 78 to wj eral manager is in charge of current holiday operations The corporation also hasa The last Thresher when it sank in I the Atlantic in April 1963 r Although Memorial Dayfirst Memorial observed96 years ago fell on research the audience of about 48 Some proponents or delay ncried The Heal Estate Board in more adverUsements Friday calledfor lOOOO property own ers at City Hall for Mondays meeting when the measure is up for third and final reading to urge a referendum on the question The ad included more petition forms and said addi tional forms were available at realtors offices The Real Estate Board never has stated public opposition to the proposed ordinance DIE IN FIRE MIDLOTHIAN Va W An earlv morning fire swept through a frame dwelling in this central Virginia community Sat urday Police said as many as six Negro children may have burned to death North Iowa KENT GARDNER i Cerro Gordo County pohtical leaders predict a light turnout for Mondays primary election Throughout the state the elec tion is marked by few races and TJ 347037 I960the Oast denbil election year He has been saying recently however that his estimate prob ably is a little of the lack of any fireworks m the V1 is unopposed oa the Ri ticket His clerk ofjporation court and Gerald D Allen sher cbunterpart is Gene Loffler H iff are unopposed on the Re also a S director Dr holiday in 1958 there were 371 Saturday many persons began earcn a i r e c i o r irj i threeday weekend with a H Bridges of i College who will 4 A v I t James BlJonesJ eration as well as others of th r little apparent public interest Dr Sterling Barber Mason Citycounty Democratic chair man said he expects a real light primary vote because there has been little local cam Mason City Republicans will have to pick their candidate for county at primary campaign The actual torney Clayton L Wornson and vote benow says probably will Thomas C Senneff Mason City bedoser to 325000 to attorneys are bidding for the Because of daylight saving time the hours for balloting will Tjfv A of plants to be built in this area publican ticket and there b Dr Jones The paigmrig in the Democratic ptrtyV James R Gilruth Clear Lake county Repubhcan chairman said he looks for a light vote because there are no exciting contests for major office The majority of the vote will come faithfuls he said As far as the statewide offices are concerned there are only 19 candidates for nomination m the two parties lowest number in modern times Nine of the 16 have no opposi tion in the primary and thuswill benominatedmoreor less auto Fair and continued Sunday Lows Saturday night mateda few weeksago that the totaliturnbut for the primary Weather Details on Ibe about 340000 compared with be different than in previous years Iowa law says the polls must follow standard time In Mason City voting will be from 8 am to 9 pm Outside of the citypolls will be open from 9am to 9 p m Polling places remain the same as in the past Absenteevoting ended Friday Ward Hammond county auditor said 54cast ballots in advance For the first time voters in each party Witt beselecting two candidates for state representative Republicans will make their nominations from a field of three but the Democrats ave only two in the running Reapportioninent provided the qunty with the extra legislative Bdt r Running on the GOP ticket E Olson the in cumbent Howard Benn and Al deBuhr all of Mason City Mrs M H Olga Doran cott rural Rockwell and R J Clapsaddle Mason City are the unopposed Democratic candi dates for state representative tive Incumbent State Senator Leigh R Curran rural Mason nomination Incumbent David J Butler a Repubhcan is not seeking re election tMichael Dunn Mason City is the Democrats county attorney candidate Democrats in the countys first district will have to choose between J C Dickinson Lime Creek Township and Loyd W Hansen Rock Falls in a super visor race Dickinson isthe in cumbent Henry W Koeneke Mason j j i accoming w no Democratic candidates American soilBudder and Re The d e ar t h of for search Corp has more than 400 nominations to top state offices dealers in 10 Jstates already is a major factor in the general handling its other products he lack of interest in the primary said City is unopposed for first dis nn trict supervisor on ticket the GOP Iowa elects no US senator this year and Democratic Gov Harold Hughes and Republican Atty Gen Evan unopposed for the two nomina tions for governor The only top state office for which there are contests oh both sides is attorney generalState Solicitor General Wilbur N Bump of Des Moines and Garry Woodward of Muscatine are vy ing for the Republican nomina tion and Larry Scalise of Des Monies former state liquor law enforcement chief and DonWil son of West Des Moines are run ning on the Democratic ticket Democrats also have a super xhercs no Democratic contest visor contest in the third disUor any other top state office trict John Cahill Rockwell merchant and Harold An On the Republican side Lt deregg Dougherty farmer are Gov William Mooty of Grundy in opposition Both have served Center and Speaker of the House terms as supervisors Elmer Smith incumbent third districtsupervisor Robert Naden of Webster City Hof f a lawyer found guilty ls without on the Republican beep Reed of Des MoineS and Liddy Incumbents Fred crick B opposed by Harry Thompson Shaffer and C RServison Columbus Junction who once in the withCecil defeated US Sen Bourke B Calkins andLeon G Hayes ffickenlooper in a primary for Mike Yankey is unopposed the lieutenant governor nomina for theDemocratic nomination tion but later withdrew for justice of the peace in Ma f son Citv Two of the Republican sncum Thereare other contests for bents Secretary of State Melvin CedarRiyer dam safe for nesting duck CHARLES CITY Now the ducks on the Cedar River be tween the two dams can lay theireggs and know they will This police surprised a rac coon having eggsfor break fast there Thursday when they investigated the cause of a great commotion among the ducks which live behind the city hall They chased the raccoon into a pipe along the shore then plugged it up until Con servation Officer Ben Davis Osage arrived to capture the marauder While Davis held a wire cage in front of one end of the pipe water department workmen flushed the pipe from the other end Mr Raccoon wet and angry finally gave up and was re moved from the source of his free breakfasts doctorate in biochemistry and is also an agronomist Dr Jones j said The warehouse and land at the site of the operation was purchased from Vern McDon ough and the warehouse is be ing remodeled for the mixing plant The floor in the building is being rebuilt with special con crete pads for the five grain mixing tanks which will bein stalled well as for four oil tanks The contract for remod eling including grading for a railroadspur has been let to Henkel Construction Co The American Soil Builder P JMtch the American Legion 1 canceledits paradef andotter events were l called offniwer mnTl fl IIO governors state of Werner V gency order that1 sent National Guardsmen to keep the peace Tne weekendwastheformal ml in opening of the beach mountain I 11U IVI and backyardcookout season Thousands left cities lor resort NEW DELHI India Leaders of Indias ruling Coni ress party met Saturday to dis1 Rin cool uss the selection of a successor temperatures marred outings to the late Prime Minister Daf I nrnaH nf TI ru but postponed the crucial hoice The high command conferred I or half an hour behind closed uu m TeMS H doors then announced another m nwa n justice posts elsewhere in the county Hammond county auditor S ELECTION Continued on Page 2 and Research Corp opened its offices in Mason City last No vemberlts soilbuilding prod ucts are sold throughout 20 states Headquarters of the cor poration are in the Colonial type building on Highway 106 West Besides the soil products am feed the American Soil Builde and Research Corp also handle products of the Wonder Vist orp and Wonder Girl Ski Inc stretch of the nations midsection Turbulent weather continued meeting Sunday to consider who should become Indias next prime minister The are striving to avert a power struggle that could rock the party and endan fell there and hi Oklahoma Kansas eastern Colorado and the Wyoming Rockies A tornado was sighted near Lubbock the ranch ing town of Maxwell NM could rocx me party ana enaanworked at clearing away the ger the nations stability shambles of a tornado which The immediate task before the killed man and hospitalized AVERT STRIKE ROME W A twoday strike by Italian airline pilots sched uled to start at midnight has been averted through govern ment mediation Inside The Globe LEE WINS his last battle Page 14 North iowa news t3 Editorials 4 Comics 5 Mason City news47 Latest markets 7 Society news 8 Sports news 910 high command known as the working committee was to set a date for electing a parliamen tary leader who automatically will become head of govern ment i In the same city Secretary of State Dean Rusk held a secret 45minute meeting with Soviet First Deputy Premier Aleksei Kosygin at the Soviet Embassy Friday US and Soviet officials con firmed Saturday that the con ference had taken place before Rusk left for Bangkok Thai land five other persons Friday the North Central and Northeastern states tempera tures dipped toward the freez ing mark Frost warnings wera in effect as far west as north ern Minnesota Scattered showers fell in parts of Nevada Idaho and along the southernAtlantic coast The holiday however expected to be fair and season able in the desert Southwest and along the Pacific Coast The 11 1213 14 Classified pages 1415 Business news U Newman Surveyor Church news Clear Lake news Although the to say who initiated the meetin or what was discussed it was al most certain Rusk and Kosygin reviewed the critical situation in Southeast Asia particularl Laos Both men came to New Delh for Prime Minister Nehrus fu neral on Thursday SAME Photofax WHATS FOR LUNCH One of the Washing ton Zoos newborn a prairie dog takes a tiptoe inter est in a morsel of food that tmom picked up in the cage The baby prairie dbg was born May 19 along with five brothers and sisters NASHVILLE Tenn Z T Tommy Osborn Jr dis arred Nashville attorney has been convicted of trying to set up a fixed jury to try his for merclient Teamsters Presi dent James R Hoffa Osborn one of Tennessees most higMy respected young attorneys after his representa tion of the plaintiffshi the fa mous Tennessee reapportion ment case that went to the Supreme Court in 1962 was convicted Friday night the first count of a twocount in dictment The jury of 10 men and two women foundOsborn innocent of a second count The verdict came after two hours and 52 minutes of deliberation Sentencing was postponed by US District Court Judge Mar ion S Boyd of Memphis until motions for a new trial request ed by the defense are heard June 19 Fame fortune begin at home LBJ says JOHNSON CITY Tex Lyndon B Johnson the home town boy who made good on a colossal scale returned to the high school where he was class president 40 years ago and gave this years graduates some ad vice on how to start on their dreams Wearing a brown suit with a white carnation President John son stood before the rows young faces at Friday nights commencement program and recalled that his first adventure after graduation had ended in failure Forty years ago almost to this very night I left my high school diploma at home and headed west to seek the fame and fortune I knew America of A few months later I came back with empty pockets I came back because I realized that the place to begin was the place I had been all the time Johnson told the 30 graduat ing seniors of the newly re named Lyndon B Johnson High School Whatever your aspira tion whatever your dreams whatever your talents this is the place to begin But the President conceded that he had never dreamed that the road from this school house would lead to the White House i For Johnson it was a senti mental journey from the White House back to the school house Accompanied by Mrs John eon the President followed tha msroonrobed graduating class to the platform while thunder rolled outside Among old friends and kin folk Johnson seemed to grin a bit sheepishly as an Air Force band heralded his arrival with Hail to the Chief The crowd of 1200 many in shirtsleeves and waving make shift fans in the steamy audi toriumgymnasium rose to their feet The President declared that the lesson of the last 40 years sfnce he was a schoolboy is that Johnson City Tex is very much a part of the world What happens in strange and distant lands affects all of us who live right here The audience gave loud ap plauding approval when the concluded his conj mcncement address by declar ing As I travel to far lands and talk with great men of this earth I will always be honored to claim that I too came from Johnson City The high school was renamed in Johnsons honor last Decem ber and Sandra Kay Crofts on behalf of her classmates said they were delighted to be the first to have diplomas bearing your name Mr President The class announced a schol arship for student Paul Carbary at Johnsons alma mater South west Texas State Teachers Col lege And the President was given a tie clasp with the ruby stone ot the high school class ring bear ing his initials rt Johnson arranged for the stu dents to get pictures of the old high school as it was when he attended it inscribed by him with the words Education is the keystone of the nation The President had come to his Texas ranch over the Me morial Day weekend with com mencement appearances as his major business He had a date at his wifes alma mater the University of Texas in Austin tonight where he was to receive an honorary doctor of laws degree and make a speech Mrs Johnson who holds bach elor of arts and bachelor of journalism degrees from the university was to icceive an honorary doctor of letters degree   

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