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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 6, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The ewspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE f 1M4 UOc a Piper CwubU ol Two ScctkNuScctloa OM Associated Full Ltaw WirM No 101 Avoid Cyprus showdown Civil rights showdown ispos WASHINGTON showmy winning anything out of this down on shutting off the Senates situation marathon civU rights debate was e ou postponed Saturday after agreeernefs rejected the request they ment was reached to vote on would Antagonize some Repub three important amendments lican the first of next week chan on Senate leaders delayed the filkey issues before cloture is at ing of a petition to invoke the tempted Senates debatelimiting cloture rule when no objection was On he by raised to voting on the three CODSenting to the agreement the Southerners probably make easier SEVENTEEN AND SEVENTY FOURTHEYLL WED Carol Aus tin 17 and Harley Seaman 74 willbe Saturday in the Alma Baptist at Alma Mich The two infet nine months ago in her familys restau rant at Ithaca Mich They think Im amendments The cloture peti tion would have led automatic ally to a vote Tuesday on whethjeaders to obtain the required er to continue or shut off debate majority for limiting debate n procedure jnittc MiOUOHCiU OI 1WOIK acting for a group of ana the Democratic leader said Republicans had proposed dethe petition to limit debate now layiftg that action pending a vote will be presented on Monday on the amendments His proThat will force a showdown Vote posal required unanimous conone hour after the Senate meets on Wednesday In the long 7th graf 102 Under the agreement entered into tke Senate will vote first on an amendment to require sent which was given Sen Richard B Russell D aveftof the senators batthng the civil rights measure said he would not 6b ject to Hicfcenloopers request even though he had concluded there was very little chance of The Republican central committees of Worth and the number of delegates to a district convention to select bago counties1 have asked new candidate attorney generals office for said that he and Weible proper procedure to follow in selecting a party candidate were anxious conventioascheduiea1 as soon as state representative from so that the new candi newly formed district The request became necessary when the partys original candidate George Carman can start his campaign Since there is no precedence for a convention like Imlau pointed but we have to falo Center died two days for a ruling We are assum fore the primary the procedure iwill be the William ImUu Kensehy Worth County Republican as a district convention to select a senatorial said Saturday that he and Dudley Weible Forest City Winnebago County chairman have i thit same procedure followed Imlau added the central committees of the two quested the Attorney involved will select the office set the date the to the district conven Disband Air reserve unit Mason Citys 9539th unit of the United States Air Force Is retirement purposes can be earned of four Iowa units to be disbanded by Aug 31 according to Force Reserve Headquarters in Des Moines may be con wire received Friday by Elmer L Iske commander of the regarding vacancies in other active reserve units in unit those operating on a pay This will mean no camp and the transfer of to other Iowa units making the announcement to Col the Air Force said 131 Other units to be in 40 states are among include the 9538th Squadron slated to be disbanded Otlumwa the 9541st at were originally recovery ton and the 9542nd at to help maintain military in the event of an attack Iowa units at Siowx City the United States dar Rapids and Des Moines is no foreseeable fu remain military need for these The men may transfer to the announcement said of these units on pay or to to be disbanded are the 9695th Air Reserve Squadron Recovery Squadron at Mason City on a nopay and the 9501st at Moline according to Cmdr Iske time will have to be set bythe ttorney General TheWorth County committee as contacted a man about run ning for the1 nomination Imlau said but the man hasnt given his consent yet to be called a candidate No one has been tacted about the nomination by the Winnebago County commit tee Weible said Saturday Weible did say however that Henry Nelson former Winne bago County representative would not be a candidate Nel son former speaker of the The Globes Iowa Line The GlobeGazettes ticlusfre lonr distance telephone wire to gather Information far thisarticle eC lded no to seek would fh the He also said it could help bring County auditor Nelson confirmed this Satur day and added that he has no feelings about any candidate for the post There seemsto be kind of a vacuum around here right now dly about 5100000 Nelson added Only one man has indicated to him that he might be interested in the posi tion Nelson continued Nelson doubts that counties will have a the two difficult has been the Worth i County representative last two sessions Russell said that if Tthe South Bourke B Hickenlooper Fashion Farm case goes to Des Moines FORT DODGE AP Bank ruptcy proceedings to unravel the financial condition of Fash ion Farms Inc Meservey which started as a cowleasing pool have been transferred to Des Moines The litigation was transferred Friday from Northern Iowa to of John M Powell of Clear Lake trustee Fashion Farms Some Des Moines creditors are attempting to liquidate certain livestock holdings of the enter prise Powell said the transfer or idered by John H Mitchell of v RePubFort Dodge the Northern Dis o CCpfC Powell said attorneys in Des Moines have conceded the va Jt of his claims Big toy boat is launched a0 fuuiuaic DUBUQUE largest Whoever is nominated by the towboat built by the Dubuque the Mississippi River World in harbor It is tor the owned the 265ton Elva Lee by Ray Logsdon of Beardstown III She is 104 feet would for Senate the required Sen Mike Mansfield of Mont jury trials in all criminal con tempt cases arising under the civil rights measure except for the section aimed at discrimi natory denial of voting rights Sen Thruston B Morton R Ky who proposed the amend ment told newsmen he was con fident it would be adopted and Mansfield said he wouldinotbe surprised if this was the case A similar amendment offered by Morton previously was defeated by a single vote 4645 The agreement reached by the Senate provides for four hours of debatebeginning at 2 pm Monday on Mortonfs latest jury trial amendment with a vote to be taken on it immediately aft er the Senate convenes on Tues day Cypriot army is ready Johnson may have helped NICOSIA Cyprus ports that a Turkish invasion of Cyprus was imminent have put ireek arid Cypriot armed forces on an emergency an mmediate showdown was re portedly avoided by the inter ventioh of President Johnson The Cyprus crisishas been mshed into a grave phase by he Greek Cypriot administra tors a Turkish C i n e t ipokesman said A ranking Turkish informant aid however that Turkey had given up the idea of landing on Cyprus the time being Gen Lymah Lemnirzer su preme commander of Allied orces in Europeflew to An kara unexpectedly Friday He met with Gen Cevdet Turkeys chief of staff and with Premierj Ismet Inonu The source said US Ambassador Ray mond Hiris gave Inonu a note from Presi dent Johnson inviting Inonu to he United States and explain rig that the Presidentwas un ableto leave thecpuntry v Johnson and exam ined the ish landing on the island Jt Turkish source for federal grants for training school personnel to deal with problems arising from school desegregation Under the hours of vote on Tuesday Sen Sam J Ervin Jr DNC obtained a ruling that an amendment would be in order to strike out the whole section discrimination in employment Inside The Globe Comics 3 Church news 45 Mason City news 47 Latest markets7 Society news 8 Sports news 9 Business news 10 Editorials 11 12 IKE IN NORMANDY Former President Dwighfr D Eisenhower Forces of was supremePcomX is mander Heis seated on a stone wall in Soldiers join in e to DD ay OMAHA BEACH AP soldiers joined in homage Sat urday to their fallen wartime comrades on the 20th anniver sary of the mightiest invasion in history They gathered on the silent Normandy beaches where on this day two decades ago began the final assault on the Nazi em pire But even though the din of bat tle has long since died down old controversies raged as strongly as even Britains Field Marshal Vis count Montgomery assailed hi old commanderinchicf Gen Dwight D Eisenhower supreme Clear Lake rwws Classified pages 1M3 Allied commander in Europe North Iowa 14 during World War II House of Representatives not a home By PAT CURRAN Whv By PAT CURRAN Associated Wrfttr DES MOINES State Sen Vera Shiwers RKnoxville carries a clipboard with a tiny sign reading Doesnt every house need a A lot of Iowa women obvious ly think the answer is and it isnt necessarily the house that is a home theyre thinking about There will be seven feminine hopefuls for the Iowa House of Representatives this year and Mrs Shiwers will be seeking her second term in the the upper house of the Iowa legislature The percentage of skirts and flower decked hats at political gatherings has spared in the past few decades and not all the ladies keep their hats on their heads An increasing number are tossing their chapeaus into political ring in quest of elea live office Why I cant possibly guarantee my children that theyll have a job or be secure or have the education theyH need ex plained Mrs Randy Dunbar ot Cedar Falls mother of seven an active Democrat and unsuc cessful candidate this year for national committeewoman from Iowa One contribution I feel I can make is to work toward a just world and a peaceful one This is my greatest con tribution to help them make their own way State Rep Lenabelle Bock R Garner explained If youve been working in politics through the years you have certain principles youd like to see in state government You work for those You should forget politi cal office if youre going to for get your principles once youre in To me said Mrs Irene La vcrty Rcpublicaij state chairman from I n d i a n o 3 a theres nothing more worth while than bettering govern ment Its imperative Wo in Iowa politics seem to DC more concerned with government than politicking Women have realized that they have to be active in things like civil rights and Citizens Against the Shaff Plan said Mrs Dunbar They begin to realize that by being in a po litical party they have a voice They choose the party because they want to do a specific thing and then end up learning the mechanics and getting interest ed There seems to be no doubt about the worth of women as the power behind the candi dates about their ability at cof fee pouring envelope licking doorbell punching and all the tedious tasks essential to any campaign Most of us in the legislature feel there should be more wom en down there said Rep Pcr cie Van Alstine RGilmore City Women have a very special in terest in hospitals schools pris ons and problems like that Whats more women have the time Rep Minnclte Doderer DIowa City has said of the leg islature A man gives up his income when he goes down there This salary a day sounds like a lot but by the time you pay taxes and ex penses thats it A man is lucky to break even So women feel they have a place in politics How do men feel about this invasion Gov Harold Hughes is all for it Women he feels have a great potential for service through politics particularly be fore and after the years they spend raising a family But he said they have stayed mostly in lhe background possibly be cause of a fear of prejudice As governor I have had this difficulty he said Even if I want to appoint a woman I find it difficult to have qualified women come forth Ally Gen Evan Hultman Re publican candidate for governor called the ladies the mortar to cement the party together Women have the dedication and awareness as well as the opportunity by way of time to serve in politics Hultman said He discounted any disadvan tages of women for public of fice and finds them equally as strong and firm as their coun terparts if they have the back ground and training The women themselves differ on the reception accorded them in politics Mrs Bock said there is some prejudice at first and Miss Van Alstine said I think you have a feeling if you have anything to say it has to be pretty im portant You dont talk unless its necessary On a British vuuiuicmuiauve of other American television program Friday night British and Canadian veterans lieve that Eisenhower ever real of un iiieir ly understood the strategy of were joined in the cne Normandy campaign He by tl seemed to me to get the whole They thing muddled up Eisenhower publicly ignored the remarks A spokesman at the former US presidents farm in Gettysburg Pa said Eisenhower would have no com ment American British French Canadian Belgian and Norwe official delegations took gian part in simple ceremonies at key points along the invasion area Gen Omar N Bradley com mander of the American assauit forces on DDay led the US delegation He was to be joined by the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen Max welt D Taylor who parachuted into Normandy with his 101st Airborne Division on invasion day in 1944 and hedgerowed fields trying to recollect for their families per sonal memories of the great bat tle The official ceremonies were held Friday in the British sec tor Gold Juno and Sword beaches ending with a mili tary parade of the old AHics and fireworks display at Herman vulcsurMcr Girl killed in shotgun mishap MACOMB III Ann Wiley J3 was killed in the acci dental discharge of a shotgun at a trailer homo here Friday Dep uty Coroner Russell Reed said the girl was entering her grand mothers trailer when the gun fired from inside as a neighbor Eric Westfall 15 tried to re move a shell from it The boy was admitted to a hospital for treatment of shock North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy with no important temperature changes Sunday Scattered and thun derstorms Lows Saturday night in mid 50s Hundreds of other American the id bat tlcground on their own Some tratcd oh the America area Utah and Omaha beaches assault attempted up to then nni House Johnson intervention in Van in vasion but said he did suggest to Inonu the possibility of visit ing if convenient but this matter is still under dis cussion Nicosia wasfilled with rumon hat Turkey had sixships cruis ing off the north coast of Cy prus t Cyprus sources also said US 6th Fleet was maneuvering somewhere nearthe area as it oftendoes The sources said 30000 Na tional Guardsmen had beea called into action to defendall coastal areas Troops were concentrated on the northern coast especially in the Mansoura area west of Mor phou Bay Ttiat section is whera the Greeks claim Turkish Cypri ots have been importing arms from Istanbul Turkish Cypriots showed no unusual activity despite reports that any Turkish invasion would be combined with an attack by over the bachs tal to the coast Scranton gets more support from lowans ES AP Gov The program Saturday MOINES AP Gov on the America area William Scranton of Pennsyl vania has picked up more open uiaii ana umana Deacries fi muii and the village of SainteMerc stPPrt for the Republican pres Eglise on which US paratroopldential nomination among Iowa ers descended in the biggest air deleSatcs to GOP national assault affctnntort n convention The day began with a simple P Flvc of lhe 24 deegates wired icmorial service at SaintLau 5cranton Friday at Harrisburg memorial service at SaintLau rentsurMer Cemetery over looking Omaha Beach where 9841 US dead are buried En shrined on the wall of a memo rial building arc the names of 1557 soldiers sailors and air men missing in the Normandy invasion In a similar ceremony Friday British veterans with medals pinned on their civilian dress stood side by side in the rain with school children nuns and generals and admirals in uni form at the British cemetery at DouvreslaDclivrandc They sang hymns recited the Lords Prayer and stood stiffly at attention as the anthems of France Canada the United States and Britain were played The ordeal of DDay was vividly recalled to American tel evision audiences Friday night by Eisenhower in a 90minute interview with Walter Cronkito of the Columbia Broadcasting System The interview was filmed last August in Britain and on the Normandy beaches Pa Their telegram said Although we of course support any noriinee of the par ty who supports an adequata Republican platform we now believe that your candidacy will not only unify the party but as sure us of victory in Novem ber The signers of the telegram were delegates Ralph Bastian of Fort Dodge John McDonaldof Dallas Center Francis Braley of Shcnandoah and two Des Moines men Harold Goldman and Ben Webster Jr SAME DATE1HJJU   

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