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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 17, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             Two big The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors individual Edition VOL 1M MASON CITV IOWA WEDNfSDAY J UNE 17 1H4 UOc Paper Coasiili of Four OM PTCM Full LMM Wlrw Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON two tremendous decisions this week the Supreme Court broadened its protection of individuals against selfincrimmation when in trouble with either the feder ai or state governments It ruled The Constitutions Fifth Amendment a witness can refuse to give evi dence he fears might incrim inate to both state proceedings Testimony of a witness promised immunity from pros ecution by a state if he does testify in a state court cannot be used to prosecute him in a federal court and vice versa The Constitutions Bill of Rights adopted in Ing the Fifth been insisted upon by the states as protection for them and their Citizens against the powerful central iederarrgovernment For more thffn 100 years the Supreme Court reasoned this Bill of Rightsapplied to the fed eral government only not to the states although the 14th Amend ment had beemladded to the Constitution in This adopted economy is rosy Jr three years after War was intended to protect citizens at that time particularly Ne groes from encroachment their constitutional the states on rights by immunities of United States It said in part No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or citizens of the nor shall any state deprive any person of life liberty or property without due process of law In short national citizenship was paramount to state citizen ship Eventually but slowly the court began to overlap the 14th Amendment with parts of the Bill of Rights to protect citizens unconstitutional state ac Barrys strength growing Reportedly has 677 votes WASHINGTON AP Sen Barry Goldwaters delegate strength has soared to 677 ac cording to an Associated Press survey If he hangs on to that total he will win the Republi can nomination with 22 votes to spare v Fiftysix votes pledged vTies day by Texas Republicans pushed the Arizona Senator over the 655 mark needed to win the big prize at the Repub lican National Convention open ing July 13 in San Francisco from tions But as late as 1947 the court ruling that the Fifth Amendments protection against self mcnmmation applied only in federal proceed ings not tothose in states States thereforeu could suit this field tS T V r On Monday the court reversed itself cutting a new path with a neat overlapping of the Fifth and 14th amendments Justice William J Brennan wrote the courts opinion It said a witness who balks at incriminating himself in state proceedings can invoke the pro tection of the Fifth Amendment Brennan said Such a person is not only protected by the Fifth Amendment from selfin cnmmatson but by the 14ths guarantee that he cant be de prived of liberty without process of law State Fair But after winning In Texas Goldwater said the ob is done yetHesaidhe still needs more delegates because of the danger of slippage from among the delegates now on bis list Since Scrantons entry the race five delegates they no longer favor Goldwater With only Montanas 14 votes to be decided before the convention begins the AP sur vey of firstballot votes based on primary election commitments pledges instructions or stated preference showed Goldwater Scranton Rockefeller DBS Visitors will have to pay 25 cents imore this year to attend the Iowa State Fair Bjt they will be able to take cars into the fair grounds without cost The changes in the prices were disclosed by Kenneth Fufk secretary i of the State Fair Fulk said persons over 12 years of age wii have to pay to attend the fair Aug Margaret Chase Smith Richard M Nixon Favorite sons Uncommitted Of Goldwaters first votes some 401 are bound him by personal pledge mary election legal require ments or official action of state and district conventions The remaining 273 say they personally favor the senator but arenotboundtohim It is from them that Scranton must try to draw enough support to pre clude a firstballot victory for Goldwater Not decided on rights says i income are up Business is in full bloom WASHINGTON AP The capital was abloom Wednesday with rosy reports on the nations Jobs personal income manu facturing profits arid production were up and labor disputes down Our economic prognosis is one of continued clared President Johnson after a look at of the figures and no doubt pleased at the prospect of having prosperity in an election year These were the findings by various agencies Tuesday after adding up and comparing The Securities and Ex change Commission and the Federal Trade Commission re ported the profits of m ahiifac turihg corporations were 27 per centhigher in the first three months of this year than last Profitsafter taxes the report added were pared to billion in the first quarter jot of Commerce Lu lion political gamecah berough on Convention was being Aroiy Stein 5 takes a Belt on the are from Dallas and aftermarching head frorrubrbther 7 who fends the blowwith an LI5 J action be took place in if POLITICS CAN BE FUN Mar garet Moos 4 of Tarrytown N Y didnt care whether itwas a political meeting or what but sne had fun play ing with one pf the honored Photofax Mrs William of Penn sylvanias after ii dinner in1 Minneapolis Margaret is thedaughter of Mr and Mrs Malcolm Moos friends and consultant to the governor WASHINGTON MVSen Barry Gbldwater RAfizV said Wednes day he has not yet made up his mind how he will vote on the civilr rights bill A final vote on the bill is in prospect 2130 but wi 1 1 be no rains charge for ears v In previous years adults paid 75 cents to get into the fair arid 50 centsJo take acar into the under 12 will be admitted free have in the past Fulk said primary pur pose of the change was to speed up traffic at fairgrounds gates He said it took considerable time in for patrons to figure outwhat they owed and get change Now he said most patrons will just hand over a dollar for each adult and drive on We hope we can make enough to help pay for develop Ing extra parking at the carrip ing grounds for cars Fulk said And we are going to pro vide a free shuttle bus to get people from the parking area to the fair r North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness and warmer with scattered show ers and thunder storms north Wednesday night lows in the Ms Thursday partly elevdy scattered thunder showers likely nor thwest warmer southeast highs upper 70s northwest IOs southeast Weather details Page 7 Goldwater who has enough publicly committed convention votes to win the GOP presiden ial nomination if they stand hitched said Jn an interview he plans to make his decision known Thursday t1 Scranton adds 2 states to western swing MlNNEAPOLrs Minn Pennsylvania Gov William W Scranton Wednesday broadened hjs flying quest for Republican convention delegates to include Utah and Kentucky The 46yearold candidate put Salt Lake City on his Thursday itinerary and Louisville on the Friday schedule The new scheduling came as the governor embarked Wed nesday on another 1500mile safari for convention support in his bid for the Republican presi dential nomination On the docket Wednesday area near OMAHA and volj In west Omaha searchers unteers found three bodies found the bodies of Mrs W H Wednesday after a flash flood Pounds and an unidentified mo rn Omahas western environsjptorist Still sought was Mrs Three persons were missing Pounds sonand onemonth old The flood followed with territwins missing after their par fying swiftness six inch enls and three Bother children rain Tuesday night in the ready soggy area were St Loujs ver Colo Mo and Den On the inside Editorials 4 North Iowa news 1011 Society news 131415 Ripping hail and lightning added to damage from rain and flooding Hundreds fled their homes A hastily activated civil de fense com mand post organized an emergencyforce boats Gov Frank Morrison ordered out the National Guard to assist inthe hardhit town of Millard Source of the flood were creeks which normally flow in nocuously through the valleys and lowlands of western Oma and the suburban communi ies of Papillion Millard and Ralston Persistent rains have doused the area this spring and the ground was able to absorb little new moisture About supper time angry clouds began dump ing huge quantities of rain and by 8 pm flooding was becom ing serious Most of Omaha escaped the heaviest of the downpour Light ning which flashed continously throughout the evening knocked out part of the weather bu reaus radar system making i difficult to assess the scope of the storm aiwere rescued from a suburban Omaha trailer home Mrs Pounds nad left foik area Heavy hail broke vir tually every window on one side how ever for the islightJyimorethan half of April advaiice The Federal Reserve Board teported that industrialproduc tion increased in May for the ninth consecutive month Its in dex inched up from 1296 in April to 1303meaning the out put of factories mines and util ities is 303per cent higher than the 195759 average used as a base figure of 100 The board said the May rise charted a further in crease in the output of indus trial equipment a record flow of new automobiles and another jump of the production of fur niture and other household goods The output of iron and steel was near last years peak The Federal Mediation Service reports the nation is en joying one of its most peaceful periods of labor relations since World War II with less work ing time lost to strikes than to coffee breaks The Labor Department re ported employment increased to Two hisslO childen will ieiElmOre manwas graduated from high down the aisle in cap arid gown chpolWednesday at David Starr JordanHigh Heis a little late gettinghis School in nearby Watts to re diploma because hehad to put ceive the certificate he earned all 10 of hissons and daughters in four yearsof night classes All of Elmores of a hotel and one side of a an of school The city had over two inches of rain in a half hour dr0pped to 36 milllon As the storm moved sduth with her child apparently inWednesday ward the Elkhorn River valley wais soaked by rains from two to more than four inches and miich homcfloodtng was forecast adding up to a 51 per cent job fouryear low It is heartening to Johnson said that today more tending to go to the home of a neighbor on higher ground She Scribncr and Fremont along with Omaha had heavy hail people are at work in the United States at higher wages than ever before Sports news 1711 Comics 21 Clear Lake news 2721 Latest markets 24 Mason City news 2627 Transit Hmttable 30 Classified pages 3031 h Meanwhile the Elk Horn riv er is flood swollen in northeas Nebraska The Douglas County sheriffs office said the body of Bernarc Adams was found in the water filled basement of his home in Millard The wall of the base ment had collapsed that broke windows and stripped Shark from trees Near Scibner was swept away when she topped into waistdeep water The Adams babies had beenithere were reports of n a trailer The parents rcskilled by the hail cued three other children Millard was without The storm began in the Nor during the night cattle power tnrougn college urst EJmore financed that Warden principal oi Jordans adult high school saiid task with a seriesof odd This is a tremendous man over a period of 20 a wonderful studentjHe is The last one finished outstanding public speaker seven years ago Then last year he delivered the figured it was my turn benediction even tall father said Tuesday in he graduating So interview year we gave him that asr Picture on Page Nude suits 1 make SAN FRANCISCO of other San Fran its unbelievable to the weekend showing shopowner Nasimo Sargis the latest low in high fashion ing for words Theres no immediate and predict e dleofthe stream Its j shock or wow snapped a cler n That was Miss Sargis almost perversion tion after she introduced topless swjmsuits in San police department wondered aloud what it would do The first dozen suits the first bare bosomed lass snapped up and another 14 breach the bcacb r crcd for immediate she downtown San Fran s shop placed the suits on tersahd three in a varieiy ibf fields Five came two nurses of the teachers died six yeitt COAe sonis Va nursef niusician low a v graduate student a degree ng adrhihistfatibn They range n age from 27 to 43 Every one of them wanted o go and every worked to help ine put them through EJmpre said Each earned at least a month while school most of hem more I did anything and everything I could tocmake an honest dollar v It wasnt easy specially dur ng the depression But I no regrets Id do it all over ain RICHARD A BLEEDER NEW YORK Actor Richard Burton who says Ive been a bleeder all my life has announced that hes setting up Mostly to men Miss sale Tuesday a fund to finance research hemophilia on Sargis for their wives Or at least thats what they said IN THE SPOTLIGHT Jamie Womson left and Mike Hesselink both of Mason City have an ad miring audience of 1500 teenage girls as they enter tain at the Surf Ballroom The guitarstrumming duo led a hootenanny song fest at the Rainbow Girls pizza party See pages 14 and 22 Held up by two narrow straps hat cross in front and back the uits were denounced by the clergy as an invitation to lust return lo paganism a cor ruptor of morals and not very nice Just two straps closer to the moral decay in America de clared the Rev Jacob Belling of Oaklands Neighborhood hurch What fo the cops say A touchy legal subject said Assistant Police Chief Al fred Arnaud Nudity isnt il legal unless its lewd Thisll have to be settled when they show up on the guess they will Capt Daniel Keily responsible for policing the city beaches observed that when the first wont an appears in the suit the main police problem will be the riot that occurs The size of the riot probably depends on how well shes endowed TheyU be taboo at public pools however city official said DANIEL ELMORE HITS DOC DIES COMMACK N Ytn Miss lecilia Lynch 65 of Stony Brook N Y died at the wheel of her car Tuesday apparently of a heart attack from the shock of having struck a dog Witnesses told police she got out looked at the animal re turned to the car and collapsed The dog got up and ran away SAME   

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