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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 11, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                w Browning JMontp makes no bones about towardreceiving a typhoid shot at the BlackfeetIndian Reservation Agency in Browning Mass inoculations for the population in the flood area have been instituted because of drinking water pollution mthe flood area votes on Sen of its civil rights As the measure Sen John S Cooper RKy j wuicuui offered an amendment to raise proved Wednesday by a 4948 this to 10 rooms but the Senvote but it was wiped out be ate rejected it by a vote of 51cause ofthe parliamentary sit K existing at the time of the notes were the real owners of Scranton men t say they are f M t Ji i vTl f nof quitting of a total of 37478000 Chief Billy Osceola of the Muskogees and the tnbes attor neyBoy L Struble of er Si of Pennsylvania Gov Wil Overnight it was modified by Ervin to make clear that a per son could be prosecutedfor criminalcontempt forviola ting an antidiscrimination ia junction obtained under thebill were delighted with everything be had been acquitted in a state bot the proposed jnrict Struble CQMrt for nil WOllld fight for mOTt thanflbe 25 to 45 cents aaacre which Clainis vConU Arthur i from L f they are planning f to v expand their campaign to him presidential Republican nominee In the face of the snowballing total of Republican convention delegate votes committed to Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz Richard Peet chairman of the National Draft Scranton head quarters indicated his organiz ation still may have an ace in the hole We have half a dozen proj ects in the works Peet said in an interview Well make them known when the time that will be soon Two more on Barry wagon Minn Ufi Two previously uncommitted dele Barry gates jumped on Goldwaters bandwagon day as the Minnesota can convention got under way approved WASHINGTON ate refused Thursday to Southern 1 e broaden the exemption for jeopardy amendment after i small boarding houses fromthe was modified so it would not ap Public accommodationssection ply to state laws The amendment offered by stands it Sen Sam J Ervm Jr DNC would exempt owneroperated bars a person from being establishments havingrno more twice when the same act con than five rooms for rent from stitutesboth a crime under fed the provisions against racial erallaw Ad criminal contemp A similar amendment was ap for acfs involving same circumstances Mlnnn with amendment Hechad expressed concern that Ervins amendment as or iginany offered would destroy the effective enforcement the section of the bill banning effort to leave discrimination in accommodation Earlier the Senate got in such ture was adopted by making 7129 vote over the bill now could 1 con Longs amendment was offer ed to the section of the bill au the withholding of programs Tlie newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Edition VOLW4 MASON CITY JOWA THURSDAY JUN6 11 10c ConsljU ot Tvg Prawrult Indian war in Florida Tribes split over problem TERRY ROftARDS New York HtraU Tribune Service s MIAMI The Seminole In dians whoaeownership of most ofthe state of Florida has been recognized by the Indian Claims Commission are arguing over what to do with it One faction wants to sell An other is willing to settle for clear title to 180000 acres in the Everglades west of Miami The claim on which the com mission recently acted was filed 14 years ago by the Muskogee branch of the Seminole confed eracy The Muskogees favor Baking the money Miccosukee Indians who say iheir ancestors were in Florida of years before the Muskogees came down from Georgia and the want the land While all of the Seminoles technically have been at war with the U S since 1835 most of the hostility in recent yean has been between the two tribes The commission howover New mote here Ike Im no puppeteer T A TXX GETTYSBURG Pa Former President Dwight D Ei senhower wants a wide open Republican National Convention to stir the partys and the ra tions insists he is no candidates partisan or foe Eisenhower toid The Associat ed Presshe is plain disgusted by reports picturing him as a GOP puppeteer Eisenhower does not claim however that he isentirely happy with the course of Repub lican eventsduring the last few months but he emphasizes he never will deal in personalities He disavows a role of either pulling strings for or cutting the ground from sylvania Gov William W Scranton or of seeking tp block the presidential drive of Arizona Sen Barry Gbldwater Eisenhower feeis that in tak ing this position he simply is standing pat on a policy he en unciated long ago The former president whpse home is on the Civil War battle field here acknowledges Gold waters current commanding lead in the drive for delegates at the San Francisco conven tion But he is adamant in a be lief that this in ho the possibility of another as pirant capturing the nomination This is what he means1 when he talks of a wide open conven tion Eisenhower insists that the good of the party and the country will be served onlyiftheconvention are given a choice in the show the nomination Otherwise1 he asks with a show ofexasperation why have a convention Eisenhower emphasizes there are a number of Republicans with the presidency no matter what fheir chances He thinks the nations voters shouldhave chance to size up all the potential nominees by seeing the field m action at San c As for Eisenhower callers he has been saying since before he left the White House he has ab solutely no desire be a king makerT6r even to express a public preference for any would be presidential nominee df course Eisenhower tells those Who talk with him he does have a personal favorite for thenomination just as most otherRepublicans do But he says he has never told anyone who his man is and he has no intention of doing sol This he argues would de stroy his value as a peacemak a builder of GOP once the ticket is chosen leav ing disappointed and dis gruntled factions around the losers authorization request lowans split on foreign nrt to SUwr P the MumJ A Miccosukees Wednesday on House passage of billion foreign aid au deliberately ignored the Mic cosukees This seems to be an with no land which million dollars The Miccosukees arent in U1C ocuaie goi m sucn aiiccosuKees arent m a tangle over an amendment ofterested in the money All they fered by Russell B Long want is a place in which they DLia that it tfoAiv i u and their children can live with out being and with it wont be that it put it aside fo the time being Longs amendment was tb first called up Thursday as th Senate proceeded under the The name meaning strict limiton debate that went was first applied into effect Wednesday after cloin the 18th century to the Creek i T j t Repi Fred Schwengel Daven and Iowa Dem passage Voting against the bill were Iowa Republicans James Jromwell H R Gross Charles B Hoeven Ben Jensen and ohn Kyi the assurance that stolen from them history Indians who came to Florida and set up their own nation Most of the Indians in the state S in the War of 183542 and the seminoles Indians who woront rounded up and shipped to Ok hid in t h e Everglades WASHINGTON A new aw requiring equal pay for equal work goes into effect Thursday covering more than million women under the Fair Labor Standards Act But this doesnt mean all hese women are ticed concern on Cyprus coming to terms with the US and so technically still are at war The public has lost sight of the fact that the Miccosukees are the aborigines of Florida Silver said Their ancestors were here when DeSoto landed and had lived in Florida for centuries ANKARA Turkey Undersecretary of State George W Ball told Turkish officials to day ot President Johnsons con cern over the mounting Cyprus crisis after delivering a similar message in Athens i Ball told newsmen on his ar rival in Ankara Wednesday night he had brought ino solu tion to the Cyprus dispute which threatens to touch off a war be tween Greece and Turkey both members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Cyprus that would be disastrous for NATO him to learn the views of the Turk ishgovernment accused by the Greek and Cypriot governments of preparing to invade the Med iterranean island off Turkeys south coast Informed sources said earlier that Ball brought a warning to both Greece and Turkey that the United States is prepared lo take sharp measures to prevent The sources did net what measures the United States would take Greek Premier George Papan dreou said after his talk with Ball that he had warned of the consequences of any Turkish in vasion jf Our target is a peaceful splu twn and we endeavor to main tain peace Papandreou said he told Ball Inside The Globe When an agency of the gov ernment lumps tbe Miccosukees with the Muskogees as Semi it is ignoring solemn ob ligations Their rights were guaranteed under the terms of the Louisiana Purchase and in the treaty of Multrie which was ratified by the Senate in 1825 The US Supreme Court rec ogniied the Miccosukee claim to most of Florida in 1855 North Iowa Weather outlook DO BLONDES HAVE MOKE PUN Shry wfhV showers and throojh Friday Warmer ThUrMUy ntar M FrMay in HftiMTtt Editwith 4 ntwt news t City The provided reservations for the Seminoles in Florida and the state set aside acres for their use but the Miccosu kees have refused to live on reservations About 300 of them live along the Tamiami Trail where their villages are tcurisl attractions and about as many more camp deep in the Ever glades Some MO Muskogees live on the reservations Leaders of the Miccosukees while they wire negotiating lor land held by the state con ceded in 1967 that the war was over Leroy Collins who then was governor asked members of the delegation if they consid ered their tribe independent of the US and they replied tha they did not COMPOSER DIES HOLLYWOOD Louis i M Gruenberg 84 composer of th Lako IS opera The Emperor Jones jrt timetaWo U and maayftjther classical and M 1417 operatic wtfts died Tuesday Aid bill sails in the House WASHINGTON AP Con The only reduction came about because of a technical correction of an over sight Final approval came on WASHINGTON Iowas delegation split Equal work equal pay for women Final approval came a 230175 roUcall vote Although Wednesdays House action gave the bUl a major push theres still a long course ahead before the money is forth coming The authorization ap provalmerely sets a lid oh spending The Appropriations the full House stai propriation and the measure must run the fuU course inthe SenateThe two chambersniusl endup m agreement beforethe fundsare made available y The first thicket tion strategists have to negoti ate is the House Appropriations Committee headed by Rep Otto E Passman D La and Pass man a key opponent of foreign aid is talking in terms of big cuts He denied categorically that iie had ever discussed with any so called package re duction in his committee of million as has been describee in a published report Iowa judge is arrested on drunk charge VERMILLION SD M going to get pay raises said a Labor De wrtment spokesman We dont know how many of these women may be making less than men The law the Equal Pay Act of 963 amends the Labor Standards Act and forbids em ployers from discriminating in wages solely on the basis of sex It applies to men too al though the Labor Department ssid it was designed primarily protect women from discrim inatory pay practices said Wednesday night that Dis trict Judge Robert Brannon o Denison Iowa a passenger in a car the day on charges of publi intoxication Qfferdahl said Russell Mar at 5th SW Federal Travelodge to cost Plans for a MMiiiit motel at th SW and Federal Ave rought to Mason City Thursday the Travelodge Corp which as headquarters El Cajoo i Earl Gagosian a company ice president estimated the cost of the construction and furnishings at about He said expects tion to begin within a month and completion within four months after that Opening of the Travelodge would be No vember or December if work as expected UNMENACING MASCOT i Ligh 15 a ninth grader Racine Wisconsin s Mitchell dassvpurchased the last and dince the students have know him dozens of p now m ozens o that the biology class mascot a are willing to let him wind him poisonous boa constrictor has teeth self around King jailed leave St Aug ST AUGUSTINE Fia MV Dr Martin Luther K i n g Jr Negro integration leader was Then the man was pushedin side the restaurant hyBrock 0 Police Chief Merle Offerdahi Jailed Thursday for L leave the front steps of a motel restaurant Awhite man shoved King and was arrested earlier in his companion the Rev Ralph D Abernathy but was re strained by the motel manager James Crock who refused to 1 it T uniijc 1UULK WHO o Manjlla Iowa with whom admit the Negroes Brannon was riding was charged with driving while in itocky white man shoved toxicated his way through a crowd of The police chief said hearing newsmen and asked Brock if on the charges was set for June the restaurant was open Brock 17 and that bond had been said it was and the man shoved posted Finally Brock had police summoned Sheriff L 0 Davi The Police Chief Virgil Stuart the demonstrators into ond consecutive night lence and antisegregationcustody when they refused t march Several cave marchers were injured group was placed in to taled by some of a white mob cars or struck by bricks and rocks No The motel manager barred mediately King and a group of about eight others including a white Bos ton University chaplain the Rev William England segregated time Brock told King and they engaged in a polite debate about segregation KING IS LEADER Dr Martin Luther King rally in Negro church i St Augustine before march downtown In are Ne groes just released from jail after last week taken to jail charges were filed im Athletics fire Lopat CLEVELAND W The Kan sas City Athletics fired Manage Ed Lopat Thursday and namec Mel McGaha a formercoac with the club to succeed him Announcement of the switc was made by General Manage Pat Friday shortly after th Athletics arrived fora four game series with the Clevelan Indians starting Friday nigh Friday said the Athletics wto have been consistently in lot place in the American Leagu his season havent seemec to jell and something had to be done lo jack them up Dewey urges Rocky to fight NEW YORK AP Forme Gov Thomas E Dewey in feet urged Gov Nelson Rockefeller Thursday to i in the fight for the Republica presidential nomination despit the lead held by Arizona Sen Barry Goldwater Charge planes bombed Laos TOKYO Radi charged six American mad planes bombed and strafee Khang Khay site of Pathet La headquarterann the de of Thursday cl A sta The orhjlnir northwest corner ofthe inter section ofHighways 18 and 65 can be added to if it becomes desirable in theJuture The corporation now has 287 Travel odges total of about 16000 added to 15 of them in the last year Gagosiaa said The e o m p any executive contacted by telephone in Cal iornia said that no local man ajer been selected Th building on a by UWoottract leased Naifeh of Maaat City R Wefflngton field niperintendent for Travelodge to to the city now making pUwa available to potential contractors Tray dodge will be its own general As cording to Wellington thekom piny will send a constriction foreman hereand hire an work that can be obtained on a local basis The mohi rtructvro wiU U Of masonry and frame con struction It win be Lshaped facing east andsouthThe ex tenor will be of patted sonry A17 by 35foot pool heated in cold weather is ia the plans There win be com lete heating and air ing throughout the boUding The building will have two stones Parking space will bo provided on a blackiopped area MOTEL Continued on 2 OK Ru5tqd as candidate for office i NORTHWOOD7Reuben Rui tad Northwood at a meeting Wednesday night received unani mous approval of the Worth County Republican Central Com mittee as a candidate for state representative forWorth and Winnebago counties W i 11 i Imlau Kensett WorthCountyRepublican chair man said there still hasbeen no word on date and procedures for a twocounty convention to select a candidate The attorney generals office has been asked to outline such procedures which became necessary when the p a r t ys original candidate George Carman Buffalo Cen ter died two days before the primary election The Worth County groups en dorsement of Rustad does not nile out others seeking to rep resent the Republican Party for the position No other candidates have been proposed however Rustid has been active in com munity and county affairs He has been president of the Worth County Fair Board and is a past chairman of Soil Conservation Service commissioners He was for many years president of the Northwood Elevator I   

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