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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             DOG BITES HOLE IN IRON BoeKkert 17yearold f East German mechanic holds ms dog Lux 3yearold German Shepherd after their escape into West Germany The escape took place north of Bavarian town of Hof Bernd was about to crawl through barbed iwire entanglements when East German guards spotted him He com manded Lux to attack and before the guards could fire Lux jumped them Bernd crawled through and whistled for Lux to rejom him They are shown in refugee camp near Giesaen and martial law in Korea SEOllXr South Korea AP About 20000 students and citi zens demanding that President Chung Hee Park reacT fought a bloody battle with police Wed nesday and on into the night His shaken regime proclaimed Street fighting swirled around the capitol and on the ap proaches to the presidential palace in a day of wild disorr der Outbreaks were reported in other South Korean cities The decree putting the nation under martial law was an nounced after Park who camer to power four years ago on the heels of another student upris ing called the National Security Council into urgent session were the rep resentatives of United States which bankrolls this land of menaced by communism They were US Ambassador Samuel D Berger and Gen Hamilton H Howze the US and UN commander in Korea So perilous were the streets where students were seizing army trucks battering at the capitols gates and raining1 stones oh police that Berger and Howze flew to the confer ence in a Then as the fighting sput tered on after nightfall deputy information minister Lo Suk chan announced the emergency martial law decree giving the army power to crush the demon strations and drive people from Seouls teeming streets Park in a statement said this action was inevitable The decision was reached aft er Park had conferred for more than two hours with Berger and Howze As the talks went on in the presidential palace 1000 in fantrymcn about a mile away hurled tear gas shells into a throng of students trying to on the national assem bly The students detaching from a crowd of 20000 persons who had demonstrated and rioted in the capital swarmed over barbed wire barricades before the capitol police to retreat It was then that 1000 Army regulars were brought up to stop the march National police said 409 police men and 200 demonstrators were injured Hundreds of students were hauled off to jail The antigovernment demon strators battled Army para troopers guarding Parks man sion i Fresh rioting broke out short ly after darkness fell when army soldiers of the Capital Defense Command began pushing back 1000 demonstrators in i 11 i ng around the plaza in front of the Capitol The mob answered with rocks and bricks The crowd built bonfires and hurled flaming pieces of wood at the soldiers The soldiers retreated into the compound and locked the gate Demonstrators driving at least t seven commandeered truckg roamed the broad Capitol AVe nue One driver rammed his truckagainsttheiron gate of the Capitol compound The Army troops retaliated with tear gas shells Thedriver V Student demonstrations began in March to protestagainst Ja paneseKorean negotiations normalize relations The stu dents have since broadened their complaints They charge government cor KOREA Continued on Page 2 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 IH4 10c Consists of Four Associated Prefj Full Lease Wlrei NO n Barry wins real cliff hang Ups and downs of TV race They declare then they hope By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP TelevisionRadio Writer NEW YORK most Salinger to face Murphy I ExJFK aide downs Cranston i i SAN FRANCISCO AP tromc tote boards rolling up the totals in Tuesdays Cali fornia primary For once the numbers were more interesting than the people i H V CBS demomtfated to faith in Its vote profile analysis when only 2 per cent of the votes were counted and the polls werestill open in the San Trancisco area It declared Barry Goldwater winner of the presidential pref erence vote at 922 p m CDT NBC while noting Goldwaters constant lead refrained from as he won m U S Senate nomma projecting winner because of Legislature when it meets m the closeness of the race When 1965 not only will be overhauled 75 per cent of the votes were by reapportionraent but may counted Chet Huntley noted that the projection at that point would give Goldwater 51 per newcomers lave a House in which the ma ority of the members will be cent of the vote and Rockefeller 49per cent Seconds before midnight NBC did declare Pierre Salinger the winner in the states Demo cratic senatorial primary at about the same time that CBS did Both networks originally ex pected to name the based on their computer findings a half hour after South ern California polls closed CBS in fact planned to give the pri mary returns a mere halfhour at 10 pm EDT and then return to regular programming CBS stayed with the primary story until midnight and NBC kept reporting returns until i am One of the most interesting aspects of watching the tote board wasnoting whether the numbers were bearing out the very early CBS prediction Least interesting at least to a viewer far removed from Cal ifornia were the usual state ments of the winners and the usual hedging letswaituntil thevotesareallin remarks by the apparent losers Inevitably too there was con siderable repetition during the long hours Inside The Globe MASON CITY High Schoo graduates 368 Pages 26272829 Editorials Society news Clear Lake news 141 Sports news 21 Mason City news 2S Cub Gazette Latest markets 3 North Iowa news35 Classified pages 3S39 North Iowa Weather outlook Pa rtly c foody Wednesday night and Thursday chance of scattered showers Thurs day Lows Wednesday night in upptr Warmer Thwrs highs in ttw Weather CMails en Page I Atew faces state politics con tested Democratic senatonal nomination The former press secretary or Presidents ohnson was promised united emocratic support in Novem State Controller Alan Cranston DES MOINES This possibility was apparent Wednesday in a recheck of the results of Mondays primary elections At least 56 seats in the House will be occupied by new mem bers That alone means nearly half of the total membership Incumbents were renominated for the other 68 House seats If a few of these should lose in the Nov 3 general election the pro portion of new members would increase accordingly The reapportioned legislature will have 124 in the House and 59 in the Senate That compares with 108 House members and 50 senators in the 1963 legislature The Senate also will have a lot of new faces but not in the same ratio as in the House Among candidates nominated at least 20 will be serving in the Senate as new members But the candidates include 16 pre sent House members running for the Senate Republicans in the district composed of Winnebago and Worth counties were left with out a nominee for the House as the result of the deathlast Sat urday of George A Carman of Buffalo Center Carman was un opposed for the GOP nomina tion Republicans in the district will have to call a convention to name their nominee A problem for the Republi cans also arose in Story County where the GOP House candi dates Sam McHose of Nevada and R K Richards of Ames apparently ended in a tie Un official returns indicated that each received 1574 votes If the tie is confirmed ra the official canvass the nominee will be selected by lot Two girls 11 killed in wreck HOMESTEAD 11 yearold girls daughters of Uni versity of Iowa faculty mem berswere killed WednesdayiS a cartruck crash on Highway 6 about half a mile east of here Dead are Anna Bourjiily daughter of Mr and Mrs Vance Bpurjaily of North Liberty ahc Lisa Rosenbaum daughter o Mr and Mrs Milton Rosenbaum of Iowa City Bourjaily 41 and his wife suf fered head cuts Their son Phil lip 6 was shaken up Botir jaily an author is an assistan professor and a member of thi Writers Workshop faculty at thi university Rosenbaum is a professor o psychology Highway Patrolman Richard They will aim to smash the political aspirations of former actor George Murphy the Re publican winner Salinger who bounced into the race on the last possible day and couldnt even vote for aim self because hes not registered m California rode to victory on iallots from populous Los Ange les County Latest AP returns from 31482 of 32861 precincts gave Salinger 116699 Cranston 989591 Cranston while announcing his support of Salinger in the general election noted he still jlans to proceed with a mil lion libel suit filed against Sal nger and three others concern ng charges made during the heated race The two once worked to help revive a dormant California Democratic party but their race turned from calling each other a frt Rocky edged by nose 86 delegates to Goldwater BULLETIN NEW YORK AP W Nelson A Rockefeller Wednes day conceded defeat in Tues days Republican presidential primary but said he would continue to fight for hmdamen projections had indicated 4 Most NELSON ROCKEFELLER 1 A pained look tal COP principles SAN mm around gripercent af figure on having a narrow victory over Nelson A Los Angeles hotel aim Make foe know we are sincere WASHINGTON Tuesday that he was not perand the Soviet Union aware of US determination not to let ary of State Dean Rusk and sonally aware of any plans T ic Secretary of Defense Robert S Aldes traveling with Rusk and Southeast Asia fall to Red con McNamara returned Wednesday McNamara said much of the quest from a Honolulu conference with Plannng sn the two day Hono i a nonoiuiu comerence wiin number of recommendalulu strategy conference which tions for President Johnson on ended Tuesday nght was con action to strengthen Southcerned with ways of strengthen anomoi ing the antiCommunist war new east Asia against Communist ing tne antiCommunist war where he served last week a pressures effort in South Viet Nam and President Johnsons special rep at Air more effectively the resentative at funeral services pressures Landing to bitter personal a nice guy exchanges xEarlier Salinger was buoyed by telephoned best wishes from President Johnson and Mrs John F Kennedy That led him to cautiously claim victory be fore the belated Los Angeles County results finally started rolling in Hendrickson said Bourjaily was driving west when a car in front of him slowed tomake a left turn He said Bourjailys car apparently swerved to the left when he applied brakes Hendrickson said an oncom ing semitrailer rig driven by Ralph Smith of Tama hit the left rear of Bourjailys car The Republican presidential nomi natmg votes Goldwaters victory had been forecast by the electronic pro Force Base Rusk told news men We brought back a num ber of recommendations as we usually do from these meet ings He said the commitment of the American nation its people and its govemment to protect Southeast Asia against Red ag gression are wellknown Then he added The prob lems is to make sure the other side fully understands that we mean what we say McNamara was asked wheth er there are any plans for ex panding the Vietnamese war into North Viet Nam He de clared that no plans have been recommended to the President for approval and none has been approved This stopped short of denyi two Cabinet officers declined to moving experienced He ex say exactly what steps would Pressed admiration for the man be proposed to Johnson for ner in which the hew Indian r eadership had acted to fill the u 111 iwi vi two girls were thrown from the that plans have been made by car which went into a ditch military experts but it was in Smith was unhurt line with Johnsons statement Reverse filibuster Tactics WASHINGTON sides shifted tactics Wednesday in the Senates civil rights debate Southerners stood by saying they were ready to vote on some amendments while the measures backers took up the speaking chores Dixie senators called this a counterfilibuster But Senate leaders said the change of heart came too late that all of their plans now were centered on the cloture vote set for next Tues day If the bills supporters muster the necessary twothirds vote for cloture all further debate will be limited tightly and lead ers are confident the bill then on rights can be1 passed by the third week in June I have confidence in the ac tion that the Senate will take President Johnson told a news conference Tuesday I believe it will pass a good bill The who have prevented voting on the bill ex cept on two of the 69 days of debate so far decided on their change of strategy at a caucus Tuesday But when their leader Sen Richard B Russell DGa an nounced this on the floor Dem ocratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana said he saw no pos sibility of arranging voles week now Jht Mansfield said that the bills sponsors would need considera ble time to explain the revised version which Senate leaders expect to win the votes needed for cloture Assistant Democratic Leader Hubert H Humphrey of Minne sota the bills floor manager led off with a speech explain ing the substitute in detail Wed nesday Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois chief au thor of the revised bill had planned to do this but was ill with a heavy cold and deferred his speech Mansfield cospon sored the revisions with Dirk sen jections of the television netvelopments McNamara flew from Wash ington to Hawaii last Sunday Rusk went there from India war where he served last week as i PrGmier NgUy6D Officials returning with the ru He said his time in India hadbeen a sad but deeply achieving the purpose Rusk stated of making Communist North Viet Nam Red China We must do our part in Asia conflict WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson said Tuesday the future of Southeast Asia as a whole is at stake in Laos and Viet Nam He said the US cannot fail to do its full share to meet the challenge In a lengthy statement open ing his first news conference since May 9 Johnson under scored official concern about Communist military advances in Laos and South Viet Nam But he announced no new American moves And he dc nicd that the U S has prc pared plans for carrying the Vietnamese guerrilla war into the northern part of that coun try These were among other top ics discussed Civil rights Johnson said he has not acted personally to line up support for an end to the gap created by Nehrus death US officials indicated Tues day night in Honolulu that mili tary action might be taken against Communist North Viet Nam if it and Red China con inue backing rebellions in South Viet Nam and Laos But they said Rusk and McNamara so far lave not proposed plans to en large the war to the north in Viet Nam or to send troops into Thailand rights Senate He filibuster in the again expressed confidence the Senate will pass a good bill Cuba The President said surveillance of Cuba But he said the best method of doing JOHNSON Continued on Prime Minister Neh water joked with reporters on ma primary victory Confounding the pollsters who his arrival m Washington had made him the underdog the luding tothe longdispute be Arizona Senator came from between Arizona and California hind m the vote count to nose over the watersjof the Colorado out New York Gov Nelson A River the Arizona senator Rockefeller for the states 86 cracked I have a different attitude toward Cahfornians now They can have all the water we works But it took all nighttab New training plan studied WASHINGTON AP The government is considering a pro posal which proponents say would give American job train ing its biggest boost since the GI Bill The idea proposed by the Federal Committee on Appren ticeship is to treat job skills like capital investments and give employers tax credits for training new workers and up grading the abilities of present employes Cost to the employer is the greatest single bar to an ade quate apprenticeship and train ing program in America the committee said in making technological job displacement and persistently high unemploy ment The apprenticeship committee up of one government five management and five labor members carries consider able weight Us recommenda ESSSdSl tary of Labor W Willard Wirtz High Labor Department offi cials view the recommendation as an important proposal in their efforts to combat growing tf The committee said employ ers should be encouraged to un dertake more job training by granting them a tax writeoff at least as great as the 7 per cent they now get for certain capital expenditures designed to spur business investment But the committee indicated an even Higher tax credit would be justified because of the risk involved in training a man for a job and then losing him to a competitor of ranged There were these otfcer de Goldwater a ulations of the actual votes to delegates in South Dakota but establish him firmly as the win r Goldwater increased his total of committed first ballot votes at the Republican presidential nominating convention to 436 in Tuesdays primaries Rockefeller carried most of the California counties in whal was a liberalvscoriservative battle Southern Californiareturns chiefly from Los Angeles gave Goldwater his firstvictory in a major contested primary after losses inNew Hampshire anc Oregon This pttt him near the 655 delegate votes required for the nomination The Associated Press Tubula tion of returns from 31531 of the states 31861 precincts showed Goldwater 1030037 Rockefeller 995037 Goldwater was getting 509 per cent of the vote slightly less than any of the network faded to dent Rockefellers home base New York Pierre Salinger the chub by quip loving former White House press secretarybanked on his close connection with the late President Kennedy and won the Democratic senatonal nomination His foe m Novem ber The onetime dancer and film actor George Three veteran congress from New York and one from Alabama failed to survive their primary tests Two well known Democrat ic senators majority leader Mike Mansfield of Montanaand John C Stermis of Mississippi renomination easily In New York77 favorable to Rockefeller were electedmost of them without South Dakota Republicans de feated a slate of 14 delegated pledged to Goldwater by a 21 margin But the nominally un committed slate chosen contains at least six delegates favorable to Goldwater There were eyebrowraisers in New York and Alabama Rep Charles A Buckley a 30 year veteran in the House and chairman of the Public Works Committee succumbed tothe reform candidacy 01 Jonathan A Bingham a Yale man and former aide on the tion the United Nations in York One of Buckleys chief lieu tenants Rep James C itealey also bit the dust in his bid for Democratic nomination to a fifth term Ho was defeated by another reform candidate James H Scheuer In Alabama Rep Carl Elliott was defeated in that states Democratic primary SAME   

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