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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 8, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             Second The newspoper that makes all North lowans neighbors at Reds Court wont hear appeals WASHINGTON Su preme Court refused Monday to review a decision overturning conviction of the Communist party of the United States for failure to register under the Internal Security Act lower court decision standing the Supreme Courti action was announced in a brief or der that gave no reason VJustice for deputy attorney general took no part in consideration of the case The lower courts decision was by a threejudge panel of the US Court of Appeals here Dopartmont had asked the Supreme Court to bear argument ia the case and reverse the lower court The court held that the government had failed to prove anyone was available to the party who could sign the registration statement without incriminating himself Wont allow Barnett jury trial WASHINGTON The Supreme Court refused Monday to reconsider its denial of a jury trial to formerMississippi Gov RossR Barnett andhis successor Paul B Johnson on criminal contempt charges filed against them in the James H Meredith case Barnett and Johnson were chargedwith contempt on the they refused to obeyor ders of the U S Circuit Court in New Orleans not to interfere with admissionof Mereditfi a Negro to the University of Mis sissippi in 1962 1 Meredith entered the univer sity amid rioting that caused President Kennedy to send in federal troops Meredith since was graduated Pilot found in Laos VIENTIANE Laos AP Communist groundfire knocked down the second US Navy jet in two days over Laos Sunday but the pilot was safely lifted out of the Redheld jungle US officials hoped to contin ue an air search Monday for the pilot of the first plane but a heavy cloud cover hung over Vientiane The monsoon season has set in Both planes were shot down east of the Plaine des Jarres recently overrun by the Pathet Lao Both were Crusader jets capable of 1000 miles an hour They were operating from the carrier Kitty Hawk in the South China Sea Tho second jtt armed and accompanying an unarmed reconnaissance plane over cen tral Laos The United States has been conducting photo graphic flights over Communist positions since May 17 at the request of the neutralist Premi er Spuvann a Phouma The pilot Cmdr Doyle T Lynn of La Mesa Calif was rescued by a US helicopter and flown back to the Kitty Hawk an embassy spokesman Home Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE I 1M4 U9e M Two OM Associated Presi Full No 102 Baer quits prisons DES MOINES AP Iowa backers of Arizona Sen Barry Goldwater for president had an other Republican convention vote in their pocket Monday but still lacked theirmostsought prize a public commitment from Iowa Sen Bourke Hicken looper Mrs Sue Reed of Des Moines declared at a meetingof the 24 GOP convention delegates in Des1 Moines Sunday Uiat she will vote for Goldwater on the first ballot r quiet as turns to Barry 1 That brings to nine the total committed to Goldwater from Iowa Five remained firm in their choice of Gov William Scranton of Pennsylvania John E War ren of Waterloothe only dele gate publicly pledged to vote for former Vice President Richard Nixon also stood fast The other nine Iowadelegates continued to list themselves un committed to a choice for the GOP presidential nomination Stuart Charlton of Manches ter committed to Goldwater said backers of the Arizona can didate were pleased with Hick cnloopersreported comment at a closeddoor meeting that Gold water arid Scranton apparently would make the strongest ticket However Scranton said in Cleveland Ohioj that he dis agrees with Goldwater on issues and could not run with him US Rep Fred Sehwengel R lowa said he was giving seri ous thought to heading a Re publican congressional commit tee favoring Scranton for pres ident The delegates adopted unani mously a resolution calling for support of the nominees select ed at the San Francisco conven tion next month regardless of who they may be Getting on to their official business of selecting members of national convention commit tees the delegates named Hick enlooper and National Commit tewoman Mrs AnnaLomas of Red Oak to thePlatform Com mittee Both are uncommitted Mrs Barbara Ellsworth Dubuque committed to Goldwa ter and Iowa GOP Chairman Robert jRay of Des Moines leaning toward Scranton were named to the Rules Committee Dick Verstegcn Sioux City wasappointed to the Permanent Organization Committee He is committed to Goldwater Iowa was entitled to a woman dele gate on the Rules Committee but named none because only three delegates are women A small group of pickets out side the hotel where Hicken loopcr stayed carried signs urg ing him to vote to end Senate debate on the civil rights bill and help pass the measure Hickenlooper has said some parts of the bill are objection able He has refused to say whether hewill vote forcloture to curb debate in policy dispute IS near the APPhotbfax LUCKY DOG William K Reaarthritis so he built this i sidecar for sors 3yearold English shepherd her Here they are ready for a spin in Amethyst has the canine equivalent of Parsons Kan Electrocution drowning wrecks kill 11 lowans WASHINGTON AP Sen Barry Goldwaters drive for Re publican presidential nominat ing delegates is expected to near the 600 mark this week as 146 delegates are chosen in 10 states With the GOP convention opening five weeks from Mon day yie Arizona senator has 535 first ballot votes according to anr AssociatedPress survey of delegates already chosen He needs just 120 a first ballot victory V ara that Goldwa ter will pick vip enough votes this week to bobsthisfront ruhr nin g total near the 600 mark and set the stage for the last two statecpnyentioiisnext weekin Montana andJTexas Goldwater layered to win mostOf those delegates ap parently giving him enough to win the nomination But Sen Thruston B Morton RKy said Sunday he thought Goldwater would be from 80 to 100 votes short of a first ballot nomination and he envisioned quite a contest While attention is on the GOP presidential nomination race candidates for two governor ships three Senate seats arid 10 House seats will be decided by By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A wide rangeof weekend ac cidents took the lives of 11 Eight died in traffic One perished in a fire one was electrocuted and one drowned in Minnesota John Long 29 of Davenport was electrocuted Sunday as he changed the bulb in an under water light in a friends swim ming pool Authorities said the electricity apparently had been left turned on US officials gave no details of the jungle rescue but it was unofficially reported that sever al helicopters had been badly shot up in an attempt to find the other pilot Lt Charles F Klusmann 30 of San Diego Calif Klusmann was on a reconnais sancc flight when his plane was hit He was reported to have parachuted safely but his ex act landing spot in the rugged isolated terrain apparently was not known Red China charged that US jot fighters fired two rockets at Khang Khay Pathet Lao head quarters on the Plaine des Jarres Reliable sources in Vientiane said Laotian air force T28 fight erbombers armed with ma chine guns are providing cover for the planes US reconnaissance North Iowa Weather outlook Variable with scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday iwfhf and Tuesday Monday In tfw Mt In mid and upper Ms Wothcr details 2 Qraduaied at 68 after his 7 children WILMINGTON Del Sun Pei Lee a native of China who put seven children through college finally got his own de age 68 It took him so long Lee said in an interview because we had to make a living In grati tude for paying their way through college his children fi nanced his five and a half years at the University of Delaware bachelor ence degree in agriculture Sun day becoming the oldest student ever to graduate from the Uni versity of Delaware I will look for a job said Lee I want to do what I have learned Only his wife and his youngest daughter Stella saw hirti re ceive his degree Lee was a pioneer of the tex tile industry in China In 1956 under the Refugee Act heand his wife followed their children to the United States He became an American citizen in 1963 His wife hopes to become natural ized in August Lee hopes to work for in ternational or foreign agency which seeks to improve agricul ture production and distribution Leo estimates he has trained more than 3000 technologists and engineers for the textile in dustry His first school was be gun in Nanlung in 1927 When he left Mantling in 1938 be started another school in Shanghai Orvilte Koppess 53 was re moved unconscious Sunday from his Cedar Rapids home where a igarette had ignited a daven ort He died a short time later of smoke inhalation In extreme northern Minne sota AE Gookin 41 of Des Hoines drowned Sunday when ie his son and a companion abandoned a boat and tried to swim to shore Authorities said hey apparently panicked when heir boat entered rapids of the Vermillion River going into rane Lake The son Jon and James Vin cent 42 of Cedar Falls Iowa made it to shoreThe boat stiil upright later was found in a quiet pool A search for Gookinss body continued More names were added to Iowas highway death list Mary Elizabeth McGrath 16 of Keosauqua died Sunday in an accident about onebalf mile from Lacey State Park on a Inside The Globe Editorials Society news e Sportsnews 134 North news 1 Mason City news 11141 Clear Lake news 1 Classified pages 202 oad leading to the park in Van County Officers said she nd two other young persons oth hospitalized were in the ar when it went off the road nd hit a tree A car struck and killed iam Young S3 of Sioux City Sunday ona Sioux City street Diana Lee Miller 17 daughter f Mr and Mrs Marion Miller if near was killed Sunday when the car in which he was riding went off a coun y road at an intersection four miles east of Washington Two cars collided head on late Saturday seven miles west of Mount Pleasant killing Fritz Harper Abernathy 24 of Ot umwa Abernathys passenger James Ellis 21 of Oskaloosa was hospitalized with head in juries but others involved es caped serious injury Robert Gene Card 18 of near Villisca was kiHed Saturday night in a collision about five miles west of Red Oak Jerry Franklin Swearingen 21 of Davenport perished Sat urday in a collision on Interstate 80 about three miles west of the West Liberty interchange Mrs Randy Klinker 20 of Sioux City was killed Saturday when in Sioux City when the car in which she was riding struck a parked car Carl Giza 7 son of Mr and Mrs John Giza of Talmadge was hit and killed by a truck in Afton Friday voters or party conventions in five states Goldwaters postCalifornia primary drive got under way over the weekend at State con ventions in Colorado Alabama Washington and Hawaii and ai a pair of district conventions in Virginia Combined with some minor vote shifts in Iowa and the District of Columbia he net ted 63 votes according to the AP survey based on primary commitments pledges instruc tions or stated preference field shaped up this way Goldwater S3S Nelson A Rockefeller 1M William W Scranton IS Henry Cabot Lodge 45 Richard M Nixon IS Margaret Chase Smith 15 Favorite sons M Uncommitted 201 Warning to NY Catholics NEW YORK AP The IV million Roman Catholics i Brooklyn and Queens are bein urged to travel in groups an by daylight as much as poss ble because of violence on Nc York streets and subways Make every possible cffor to confine church meetings an family socials to the dayligh and afternoons even on Satui days and Sundays said a Ie ter read in churches Sunday STICKS TO HER KNITTING f PennsylvtS Republican Gov WilliamScranton stands with arms folded in Cleveland during a lull at the Governors Conference while his wife Mary continues knitting away at his side Scranton who declared he was available for the GOPPresidential nomination said he was not going to campaign as a candidate for the nomination Incidentally the knitting operation car ried on by Mrs Scranton is a sweater for one of the Scranton sons Goldwater warned by governors CLEVELAND Ohio AP Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz had notice Monday from three Republican governors that if he becomes the GOP presidential nominee he will have to alter his conservative image orlose their big states in the Novehv ber election y Govs Nelson A York William W Scran ton of Pennsylvania and George Romney of Michigan spoke out Sunday at news conferences held in Connection with todays open ing of the 56th annual national Governors Conference Scranton said on a television broadcast and ence that he isJivailabie the presidential nomination LHe edged a little further into the race at the urging of forme President Dwight D Eisriebow Scranton saidRepublican can didates are worried about win ning in their1 states if Goldwat er is the nominee Rockefeller said he is in the race until a better representa tive of the moderate Republicans comes along and he made it clear he doesnt think one will Levels charge against board 3 DES MOINES AP Benjt mm F Baer director of cor rective institutions m 1960 said Monday he hasre signed Baer said he was quitting aft er a dispute with the Stato Board of Control over programs at the state penal institutions and the naming of a new en at the Mens resignation would become effective at the end earned vacation probably about July 7 In a statement to the board Baersaid mem bers of the Board of Control have acted unilaterally and not as a board in connection with the director of corrections He said the board refused to allow the director to function according to state statutestha Rockefeller boards own policies its table of organization its authorized chain of command and deliber ately and subtly undermined the xjsition of director of correc tions f j was appointed by former Gov Herschel Loveless after the position wasauthorizei by the 1959 sal Decker beef to expand Jacob E Decker and Sons will expand and modernize cat le slaughtering and dressing acilitics in the Mason City plant beginning immediately t was announced Monday by J Hunter general manager 38 senators in bid to gag debate WASHINGTON W Thirty eight senators filed a petition Monday to close off the Sen ates record filibuster against the Housepassed civil rights bill The petition to invoke the Senates debatelimiting ctoture rule was sen to the desk by Democratic Leader Mike Mans field of Montana ard will auto matically come to a vote one hour after the Senate meets on Wednesday Lumps beatniks Barry L8J rakes government haters SWARTHMORE Pa President Johnson scoffed Mon day at those who call the federal government a major menace to individual liberty At the same lime he appealed to college graduates of 1964 not to feel alien to this world they are preparing to enter By some definitions Johnsons message appeared to be aimed en the one hand at those who fhare the political philosophy of Sen Barry Goldwatcr RAriz and on the other at the college educated segment of the beat generation In his address prepared for commencement exercises at Swarthmore College Johnson said Let us not call forth phan tom fears about what the future holds Continuing he said One of those fears is that the federal government has become a ma jor menace to individual liber ty This he asserted is jjol so The chief executive went on to ask a series of rhetorical ques tions all of them obviously in tended to be answered in the negative Docs government subvert our freedom through the social security system Does government undermine our freedom by bringing elec tricity to the control JOHNSON Continwtd Past J The expansion will be com pleted within the next 90 days New equipment and methods lave become available in re cent years which make it pos sible to improve the efficiency of cattle operations Hunter said Decker will plan to take full advantage of these develop ments increasing cattle slaugh tering capacity by about one third Modern onthcrail dressing techniques will be employed in stead of the present beddress ing operations he explained Changes also will be made to increase the efficiency of the cattle chilling operations Doubling present capacity for the production of bonein and boneless wholesale beef cuts also is anticipated Hunter said Because of building spice al ready available he added there will be no changes in present operations while the construction is in progress The expansion of beef out sat is the fivsl step our long ange planning program at Ja cob E Decker and Sons as an nounccd recently Hunter said Hultman wont commit himself DES MOINES ft Atty Gen Evan Hultman said Mon lay he will not commit him self to any candidate for the Republican presidential nomina tion before the national con vention SECRET MISSION BOSTON Ufi Augustin Car dinal Bea president of the Vati cans Secretariat or Promoting Christian Unity arrives in Bos ton Monday on a secret mis sion There no details What had taken on theaspects Sunday of a movement rapidly was changing into an effort by Republican moderates to get Goldwater to accept a strong civil rights dec laration in the party platform and to repudiate some of his ideas such as making Social Security voluntary After a day in which COP moderates flailed away at Gold water Gov Mark O Hatfield of Oregon summed it up as an exercise in sheer futility He said he thinks Goldwaters nom ination iv certain Goldwater said in Chester Pa where he accepted an honorary degree from Pennsylvania Mili tary College that he would be glad to talk to Scranton and oth er leaders about the issues ary was His resignation came the ex act day four years after he as sumed the position Baer accused the board of re fusing to listen tobis advise and warnings relative to conditions at the Mens Reformatory and the State Penitentiary many months before trouble occurred arid refused to takeaction as recommended before the vSince last October there been two inmatef rebellions fat the Mens Reformatoryand at the Penitentiary Baar who to Iowa after 17 years in correctional work said the board or at tempted to blame him for events beyondhis control He said board members at I think I can safely say that I can run on a platform that would contain the civil rights bill that passes the Congress said Goldwater I can assure BARRY Continued on Page 2 GOP race S I of glance j Heres what top Re publicans arc saying about the GOP presi fj dential nomination fj Sen Barry Goldwa M tcrr I expect to be f nominated ff Gov William W fj Scranton I am ready to serve ft Dwight D er I like Scranton I like Scranton very I much Richard M Nixon jif If the party should cidc on me as its date Mr Johnson would know hed been in a fight Gov Nelson A Rock efeller Im for Rock efeller Gov George Rom ncy Goldwater has voiced public views that do not square with the principles for which the Republican party stands CHARLES HAUGH Hired in controversy tempted to intimidate the direc tor in the selection of a new warden at the reformatory The board Monday named Charles Havigh of Leavenworth Kanwho has worked in the US corrections system for 28 years as warden Baer was sharply critical of the appointment of Haugh He said Haughs entire back ground has been in custodial BAER Continued on Page 1 BEN BAER SAME   

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