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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The ntwspaper thot mokes oil North lowans neighbors Edition vot m MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 4 1H4 HOC eopyjTbl CMUUU Two Ow XwoclaUd Press No 99 f v V1 f r iCfffifer risoft job is offered federal man Report Hough DESMOINES feder al penal official will be the new warden at the Aiiamosa Mens Reformatory if he wants the job The Associated Press earned Thursday Charles Haugh who has worked in the U S Corrections system for 26 years and his wife were in Anamosa Thursday to look over the institution The reformatory Jias been the scene of several outbreaks of violence in recent months A disturbance last October caused more than damage Chairman Jim Henry of the State Board of Control said Thursday a new warden nrobab ly will be named next week He declined to name the successor to Ray Purcell 63 who retired in April but said the board be lieves it has found a new ward en Other sources named Haugh as the successor Board members have said they might gain the benefit of an experienced man at a sal ary within the states reach if they could hire a man on re tirement from the federal cor rections system Pwrcells salary was in 1963 in fhll main tenance at the reformatory Haugh formerly of Burling ton now works at a federal in stitution at Leavenworth Kan The Iowa reform a tory houses relatively youthful first offend ers HaughV experience includes service at three federal institu tions where the average age of inmates was about 19 years He has worked in institutions al ChiUicothe Ohio Ashland Ky and Englewood Cold The Board of Control also re fused Thursday to confirm or deny a report that Benjamin FBaerhas been asked to re sign as director of state cor rectional institutions I dont want to comment on the subject in any way saW Jim Henry of Carson chair man of the board which super vises the penal institutions Board member Carroll Price of KnoxvilJe also said he could not comment North Iowa Weather outlook Fair to partly cloudy through Friday with few light showers likely south Thursday Lows Thursday night in uppor 40s Highs Friday in upper 70s Weather Details on 2 PUCKERED PIGEON 1 Mas pigeon is pouting for good reason it hasa tin can far the has resisted all efforts of bird lovers to catch it and release the can ine bird is able to fly despite impediment picked up presumably when it stepped in partly open can at the dump Exile leader Ray arrest is Manuel Manolo Ray anti Castro rebel leader who had vowed in Cuba by of the ary group There wO HfJ IVW llHJ May 20 was one of eight perwhat action British The rom British destroyer Decoy in the Bahamas from a This confirmed Thursday after a by a police official who declined Monday to permit use of his name Five Cubans and can photographers off the Decoy Thursday George of New York a free and paraded to court for a hearing on a charge of illegal entry into British The eighth captive remained aboard the ship The police of ficial finally confirmed grow ing speculation that this was Ray the dapper 33yearold Florida newspaperman Inside The Globe FLOWERS are for fun Page 8 PORK PRODUCERS plan district meeting Page 13 Editorials 1115 Iowa news Latest markets City 4141S Lake news Classified pages revolution was no el Should fire tax DES AP State employes whodo not pay Iowa income taxes should be fired Gov Harold Hughes said Thurs day The governor told a news con ference there is no excuse for nonpayment of taxes by em ployes of state departments But he emphasized that jie believes the number of employes who do not pay the taxes is extremely small There have been published re ports that some employes in cluding members of the staffs at the state institutions of high er learning have not paid in come taxes Hughes called such reports misleading because he said it makes it look as if a great num ber of state not their taxes He said he doubts that one thousandth of one per cent of state employes are not paying Miller to vote for cloture Feels debate was not waste WASHINGTON Sen Jack Miller RIowa told the Globe Jazette in a telephone inter iew Thursday that he intends o vote next Tuesday for limit ng debate on the civil rights bill Prior to today said Miller I had said I would vote for cloture cutting off of debate jy a twothirds majority vote in he Senate at the proper time ut without stating a particular time Miller he his de cision because a full review of the amended bill Has been promised on the Senate floor between now and next Tues days vote on cloture This review is important to establish the intent of the Sen ate in the absence of com mittee hearings he said Miller said he feels that no time really has been pasted in debate so far jn an effort by those of us who wished to see a meaningful civil rights fail passed The Iowa senator said some 70 amendments have been pro posed He added that 12 of the changes I have recommend ed be made are included in the amended bill I expect that three or four amendments I favor will be in eluded after the vote on clo ture said Miller Thegpvernor also said he con fered with Agriculture Secretary LB Liddy on the seriousness of egg grading violations in Iowa Liddy said Wednesday he was not overly concerned about a charge made by the Iowa Farmers Union that many Iowa two Americans taken housewives are being cheated on egg quality because of a dis regard of the states egg grading There is a serious price speedy armed launch on egg quality because of a dis chaseby the Decoy were Andrew St photographer and spread between what the pro also a New York ducers of eggs are getting and and a former what the consumers are pay ing Hughes said II Win gag shares same view DES MQINES Atty Gen Evan Hultman questions the need for setting up the mechanics for garnishment of a tate employes wages for fail ure to pay state income tax Hultman Republican candi date for governor says if state employe fails to pay state income taxes he should no longer be employed by the state The GOP candidate said if he were governor this would be a requirement of employment As a prerequisite for employ ment by the state Hultman said that he would insist that an individual be current in taxes andthat he would have to con tinue paying his taxes in order to maintain his job as a state employe Hultmans comments were prompted by a letter circulated among state department heads by the Iowa tax commission suggesting garnishment of wag es as one of the most useful HULTMAN Continued on Page 2 WASHINGTON AP Sen ate leaders bent on passing the civil rights bill brushed aside Thursday suggestions their chances of cutting off the de bate had baen hurt by the Cali fornia primary or a tactical ma neuver of Southern opponents Assistant Democratic Leader Hubert H Humphrey and Re publican Leader Everett M Dirksen said theyhave no in tention of being deflected from the course set earlier in the week to wind up the debate and pass the bill They discounted reports tha the refusal of Senate leaders tc accept an offer from the Dixi contingent to vote on severa amendments this week had hur their chances of mustering thi necessary margin for cloture Humphrey arid Dirksen als Goldwater RAriz in Califor nias presidential primary would have no effect on th drive to limit debate despit voking cloture Referring to Goldwaters de feat of New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller Humphrey sai Rockefeller not cloture But Sen Richard B Russell DGa leader of the Southern waii earlier this week senators battling the civil right ters victory might cause som senators to change their mind and vote against gag rule FINGER IN DIKE transferred from a Stemper Rapid Photographer hap rn the flow of oil to stern the flow of oil Missile site hear Stamper s tretd for batk SSNeb A brokeWhile 12 and inflammation of the eyes OOP gallons of stabilizing oil was being on Southeast isions WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Johnson kept tight secrecy Wraps Thursday on what if moves he is planning to make to step up the fight against Communist forces in Southeast Asia A White House statement is sued Wednesday night gave nous crisis in Southeast Asia and effectiveness of going pnv due to Communist advances prigrams contrasted sharply with manly mLaos a speech made here two weeks When Wednesday nights meetago by Rusk in which hewarned ing ended George Reedy presthat if the Communists persist itiential press secretary issued ed in aggression in South Viet Johnson and to his have drastic action such as enlarging the war in Viet Nam at least Johnson received a report from Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara on the re sults of two days of intensive policy review which they con ducted at a conference in Ha Several days ago officials had Un j i r iJdU Dill said he tnought Goldwaindicated that the conference would very likely result in pres idential decisions to deal with what then appeared to be a se this statement The secretaries met with the President about an hour They reviewed the situation in South east Asia in light of the consul tations in Hawaii which were held to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our pro gram There was no nint of enlarg ing the war to include military action against Communist North Viet Nam or of putting US mil itary forces into Thailand or as signing reinforcements to the Southeast Asian area generally Reedy declined to answer any questions explaining to report ers This is all I have to say about it The emphasis in the statement on improving the efficiency Goldwater easiest to beat LBJ plugging for Barry as GOP foe GTON WASHINGTON vic tory of Sen Barry Goldwater in Californias Republican presi dential seems to have pleased at least one Democrat Johnson The chief executive hasnt re acted directly to Goldwaters narrow win over Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York How ever a couple of straws in the wind as jt were seemed to point up the response in the ad ministration camp 1 Johnson aides who normal ly mirror the Presidents at titudes declined Thursday to re ject suggestions that Goldwa ters triumph was pleasing to them Qviite the contrary they beamed The President himself took another indirect swipe at Gold he obviously delights in a speech Wednesday at New London Conn Many observers saw this as further evidence that Johnson would relish an autumn encount er with the Arizona senator Before he was assassinated President John F Kennedy left little doubt that he wanted Gold water as his 1964 opponent He obviously felt he could fare best campaigning against someone who could be counted on to offer voters a sharp alternative to Kennedy policies Johnson lieutenants in private conversations seemed to leave little or no doubt that the new President too would delight in campaigning against Goldwater And perhaps the most con vincing evidence of this can be found in Johnsons own public remarks During the past six months Johnson has said little or noth ing that has been critical even directly of such potential Re publican opponents as Rockefel ler Gov William W Scranton of Pennsylvania Henry Cabot Lodge or Gov George Romney of Michigan In fact the President has heaped praiso on Lodge the US ambassador in Saigon Two Republicans have been placed by Johnson in a some what different category They are Richard M Nixon the form er vice president and Gold water In itself this suggests that Johnson considers Goldwater and Nixon the most promising targets In New London Wednesday Johnson said the United States must have varied strength to meet varied dangers He added pointedly The response must suit the threat Those who would answer every problem with nuclear weapons display not bravery but bravado not wisdom but a wanton disregard for the survi val of the world and the future of the race Goidwatcr had recently dis cussed the possible use of low yield nuclear weapons to strip the leaves from jungle trees in Viet Nam so Communist guer rillas could be exposed from the air And Johnsons statement was reminiscent of those he has made on half a dozen public oc casions when he has jibed at Goklwaters suggestion that the United States should have sent Marines to Cuba when water for the Guantanamo Naval Base was cut off Nanr the war against them might be expanded Ohio lad spelling champion WASHINGTON W Kerek calm bespectacled 12 yearold from Cuyahoga Falls Ohio won the 37th National Spelling Bee Thursday by cor rectly spelling geophagy dur ing the 30th round of competi tion By winning the contest in a dramatic finish against another Ohio lad Robert O Ma thews 13 of Gahanna young Kerek will receive first prize money of 81000 a weekend trip to the New York Worlds Fair and a nationwide television appear ance Sunday on the Ed Sullivan show over CBS television Young Mathews will collect second prize money of The two Ohio youths batUcd headon for 11 rounds after David E Labell 14 of Win stonSalem N C was elim inated during the 19th round See Early Story on 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