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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 22, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             ne w s p a p er tha t ma o II N o r th lo wa n s n eig h bor s Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 27 W4 aooa 01 Two Associated Preii Full LMH No 114 All sold in 30 minutes 1 Nude dresses snapped up by women LONDON store sell ing Britains new shock frock the chestiess dress sold its scantystock within 30 minutes of opening Monday Weve already sold the only ones we bad said Wallace Pe ters the manager and weve asked for some more He refused to say how many of the barethebosom dresses hed sold but said We had enough of them to prove that some women want them One of the first sales was to a 19yearold wife and mother Mrs Margaret Pawley who was accompanied by her architect husband Said the husband After hundreds of years of frustration this is a release for women Its going to be like a waterfall You wont to able to hold it back I like it said Mrs Paw ley and I shall wear it at a party accompanied by my husband Her vital statistics are 3624 34 Dancer Rae Sput Hern ap peared in public Saturday in a dress that exposed her chest in its entirety Accompanied by a male dress designer she went to the Capri Restaurant in Soho The manager asked her to leave and she did In the London models the bosom is completely bare with out even a transparent netcov ering They expose the wearer to a few inches above the waist A spokesman for Britains Florida Gov ci Home has juris diction over the ths fashion had not shocked the Home Office a question forthe courts1 he said If somebody objects and calls a policeman the policeman may arrest the wearer of the dress but itll be up to the courtsto say what happens This cant be settled in advance s 1 NEW MISS MASON Hanson 18 daughter of Dr and Mrs W N Hanson 55 Wmnebago Way was chosen the new Miss Mason City at the Miss Mason City Pageant around the of Mr and Carqhna SE es Jo Kurtz tl9 daughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd Kurtz 324 7th NW were chosen first and second run nersup respectively Dima Tosel 19 daughter of K Mr and Mrs Edward Tosel 1403 Uhode Island SE was chos en Miss Congeniality Miss Hanson will represent Mason City in the Miss Iowa Pageant July 1315 at Clear Lake See storyion j v i Kennedys condition said to be extremely satisfactory Banned Negro marches ST AUGUSTINE Fla federal judge Monday ordered the governor of Florida to show cause why he should not be held in contempt of court for ban mng night demonstrations in St Augustine U S Dist Judge Bryan Simp son set hearing m his court at Jacksonville at am CST Friday on the order It was issued in response to a petition by Negroes onstrations at nighttime in St Augustine were banned by Gov Farns Bryant as a safety meas ure after Simpson struck down a municipal ban on nighttime demonstrations Named with Bryant in the or der were Atty Gen James W Kynes two officials of St Au gustine St Johns County Sher iff LOlDavis and a state high way patrol officer The judge acted shortlyafter Floods threat in two states Mass AP iSen vEdward M Kennedys condition was described Mon day as extremeiy satisfactory by his physician Drr Thomas F Cornden who t takes the place of a more un omfortable unwieldly plaster ast which for years was a must for persons with fractured tsincehe suffered a broken back in a plane crash Friday night said jn a morning bulletin that Kennedy is bright and alert asked to see morning news ill keep Kennedy comfortable as possible while surgeons determine whether surgery will be needed papers 1 The physician said Kennedys heart is good arid normal and that his pulse and respiration are satisfactory Xrays taken Monday were normal and there were no neurological changes Kennedys abdomen had im proved the doctor added and the senators wife visited him and was pleased with his prog ress said thepatient Was being fed intravenously but took mouth Monday He small radio in his room and he is listening to music mostly the doctor said Sen Birch and his suffered less se in juries in the accident are also hospital patients They were expected to remain at the Cooley Dickinson Hospital the rest of the week Bayh said Sunday that Ken neciy did not have on a scat belt at the time of impact and was half standing talking to his aide Edward Moss 41 one of the two men killed in the crash The senator is resting en a special canvas rigging insteac of a regular hospital bed Known as a Foster frame WASHINGTON WiThe Rel publican Platform Committee lans to consider a proposal to aise income than Social Security pay or health care for the aged We have always favored progressive taxes rather than regressive taxes said Rep Melvin R Laird RWis chair man of the committee that Court tosses out conviction of 2 Negroes WASHINGTON Th Supreme Court overturned Mon day conviction of two negroe for a sitin demonstration at i hmch counter in Columbia SC North fowo Weather outlook Mostly cloudy occasional showers and thunderstorms through Tuesday local heavy Monday night Lows Monday night in vthe High Tuesday around M Weaker Details on Page 2 ertabrae The frame for the three brokrn vertabrae Though the freshman Demo cratic sen ator elected 19 months ago to fill his brothers unexpired term in the US Sen ate faces six to eight months of recuperation doctors stress he will recover completely bar ring unforeseen complications GOP moy ask hike in tax to pay aged care KANSAS fCITY swelled in northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri Monday after a week end of downpours hail and tornadoes Up to six nches of rain drenched the wqstate area At least five tornadoes touched ground in Kansas Sunday eve ing as a massive 200mile line f thunderstorms rolled north astward One tornado shattered build ngs on six farms west ol Abilene THE DIE IS CAST Hunting big game a lion near Runnells V RUNNELLS UP Sheriffs officers resumed a lion hunt near this DCS Moines suburb Monday after giving up tfie search Sunday night for the 9 monthold animal belonging to Kenneth Walvantne of near 7ere One officer said the lion knocked down ahorse but a ater report indicated that it was a Shetland pony that was wrecked down as the lion fled That lion got loose once be fore and it hasnt bothered any body a sergeant at the Sher iffs office said as the hunt was called off for the night about pm Sunday Walvatne who reported the missing lion said it got loose about 8 pm At one time Sunday officers surrounded a field where they thought the lion was hiding They sent for a tranquilizer gun but it didnt arrive and lh lion didnt MORO HERE IN AUGUST WASHINGTON Italian Premier Aldo Moro will visit Washington Aug 34 instead of July 710 as originally planned the WhiteJlouse said Sunday meets in San Francisco next month An increase in the Social Security tax as the Democrats have proposed to pay for their medical care program would weigh heaviest on those least able to pay he said in an in terview i The Social Security tax is de ducted only from the first 800 of earnings so that a labor er earning that much pays as much tax as a millionaire Laird said his party has al waysstood for taxes such as the graduated income tax under which amount of the Sax de pends on the ability to pay Laird saidthatwhile New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller avors using Social Security axes to pay for health care for he aged the general revenue approach is backed by Sen Barry Goldwate of Arizona and Gov William W Scranton of Pennsylvania a new clash between Negroes and whites at a public beach in St Augustine which hes been beset by racial troubles in re cent weeks Early story on Page 2 Inonu LBJ discuss the Cyprus issue WASHINGTON W Veteran Turkish Prime Minister Ismet Inonu arrived Monday for the first of two sets of conferences this week in which President Johnson hopes to ease the GreekTurkish tension over Cy prus The meetings between John son and Inonu Monday and Tuesday are to be followed by similar conferences Wednesday and Thursday between the President and Greek Premier George Papandreou No direcl talks between the Greek and Turkish leaders are planned 18 in restaurant San dra Kubisiak as his bride complete with white veil white bouffant gown and kneeIeiigth casts on both legs The bride fell from a ledge nineweeks ago and broke both heels She stood throughout the cere mony at Star of the Sea Church in San Francisco and hobbled down the aisle on his arm At the door he picked her up and carried her out Osage couple hurt in fatal car accident OSAGE An Osage xouple was injured in an accident in Missouri early Sunday in which two persons were killed Mrs Gordon Djuren 23 tand respectively lef Osage about 9 pm Saturday tc visit friends in Arkansas Thej left their three small childrei with their grandparents Mrs Stella Wright Osage and Mr and Mrs Hiram Floyd County sitin hare top court backing WASHINGTON Su preme Court overturned Mon day convictions of II Negroes and white persons who in a demonstration had refused to leave Shell City restaurant in Miami Fla Heavy casualties for Vietnamese BANG LANG South Viet Nam AP Two Vietnamese para roop battalions suffered their icaviest casualties of the war in Viet Nam Sunday as they charged through a Viet Cong suicide squad and routed dugin Communist forces The fighting took place in a swampy corner of the Plain of Reeds 45 miies southwest of Saigon and followed the loss of hree American soldiers and 60 Vietnamese in a Viet Cong hu man wave attack northwest of Saigon Friday Iowa may get bad storms KANSAS C I T Y se vere thunderstorm and tor nado forecast was issued Monday for Iowa Thunderstorm activity in Iowa is expected to intensify Monday afternoon with nu merous very heavy thunder storms and a few becoming severe accompanied by dam aging hail windstorms and isolated tornadoes the Weather Bureau said A wounded US Army officer and two enlisted men were eared captured when the Viet Cong overwhelmed a Vietna mese special forces company American advisers said the battle was a significant military and psychological victory be cause it was wholly government initiated American helicopters re moved wounded Vietnamese Some of the mercy flights re ported being fired at Two US helicopters were torced down Sunday when bullets disabled their engines No casualties were reported Djuren in They were involved in J hreecar collision about i am Sunday near fiercer Mo on iigliway 65 Eldon Mock am Farrell Dickerson b o th Princeton Mo were killed Two other men were injured Mr and Mrs Djuren wer taken to the Princeton Mo hos pital Mrs Djuren Sharon suffered chest injuries and se vere facial arid leg laceration and possible internal injuries According to her mother Mrs Stella Wright who went t Princeton Sunday she was re ported in good condition Monda morning Gordon Djuren was to be re leased from the hospital Mon eyes Inside The Globe black Other twisters hit north Wamego three miles east o Abilene five miles west of E andi southwest of Mun den The storms moved slowly an turnedinto virtual cloudburst at someplaces The Black Venmtlion Rive was running eight inches dee in Frankfort Kan streets Th Weather Bureau forecasted crest of 30 feet on the nye there Monday afternoon Flow stage is 19 feet Reaching into Missouri the storms poured more water on sodden land where up to sb inches of rain fell Skturdaj night within a 40mile areafrom St Joseph Insurance adjusters were try ing to assess Saturday night hail damage around Maryville Mo where hailstones upto iiv inches in diameter battere buildings and punched holes in airplanes parked at the airporl Flood crests up o 10 fee above bankful were expected for northwest Missouri streams Ten persons were trapped in fjtheir cars by flash floods and Mrs Wright said the Djurens car burned after the collision and all their luggage was de stroyed Charles City man killed in Michigan crash CHARLES CITY David Lee James 17 of Charles City was killed Sunday when the car in which he was riding over Editorials 4 turned on US 27 near Ithaca Mich after a tire blew out He was the son of Thomas Comics 6 Society news 8910 Clear Lake news Sports news North news Latest markets Mason City news U 13H 15 5U1718 Forrester Charles City FORD TO MARRY LONDON Wl Henry Ford II and Mrs Christina Austin Transit timetable M plan to marry in Italy next Oc Classified pages 2021 tobcr says theDaily Sketch had to be rescued early Sunday They included a family of seven whose car was swept off US 36 A teenage couple abandoned a car and clung to a fence until rescued by men in a boat five miies east of Cameron A mo torist in St Joseph required ar tificial respiration after he was pulled out of the water The Platte River flood toppled a highway bridge near Agency Mo Transplant of nerve is a success By WILLIAM C HARRISON Associated Press Science Writer SAN FRANCISCO AP A threeinch section of nerve grafted into a Los Angeles schoolteachers right wrist re stored feeling to her spanking hand she related at the Amer ican Medical Association annual convention Unfortunately were not al lowed to spank Blanche Sheets said with a laugh in answer to reporters questions Mrs Sheets who teaches the fifth and sixth grades is one of the first persons to undergo a successful nerve transplant from another person Hers cawe from the newly am putated leg of a man Mrs Sheets is a patient of Dr Leonard Marmor orthopedic surgeon of the University of Cal ifornia at Los Angeles Medical Center Dr Marmor and his associ ates started experimenting with nerve grafts in dogs in 1860 In November 1962 he successfully grafted borrowed nerve tissue in an 18yearold boy who lost live inches of the ulnar nerve frcm a shotgun blast through the forearm Mrs Sheets nerve transplant was made in Decem ber of that year Dr Marmor said that nerve grafting has been a complete failure in the past except for a few grafts from one part of the body to the region of the car or fingers of the same person An exhibit at the convention describes seven human homo grafts completed by the Marmor group and a number of anima experiments Previous nerve graft failures resulted from severe inflamma tory response to the foreign tis sue Dr Marmor explains He overcomes this by having the spare part nerve irradiated treated with Xray prior to surgery The nerve section is obtained quickly from the donor body or member refrigerated and airexpressed to the Mas sachusetts Institute of Technol ogy for irradiation he said Dr Marmor said the nerve implant acts like a pipe through which the patients own live nerve can grow again While sensation has been restored in human patients motor function not Dr Marmor said motor function had been restored in animal ex periments and may yet return to some of the seven patients Mrs Sheets injured her hand opening a can of fruit cocktail It took six months after the op eration for feeling to come back to her thumb index finger mid dlf finger and part of the ring finger She now has full use of the injured hand she demonstrated because other uninjured nerves control its movement 9 JERt VAN SLYKE Girls Nation trjp set for Lake girl 17 CLEAR LAKE Jerj Van Slyke 17yearold Daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Van Slyke has been chosen along with Dody Dean of Postville to represent Iowa at Girls Nation July 26Aug 2 in Washington C Miss Van Slyke was named Iowas representative Saturday at Cedar Falls where she at tended Girls State sponsored by the Clear Lake American Le gion Auxiliary Thursday she was voted Girls State lieutenant governor V Counselors selected the two girls togb Nation after eight finalists were nominated by the girls attending the state event Miss Van Slyke will he schedule for Girls Nation ater The weeklong event tudy in national government ncludes a visit to the White louse and sightseeing around he nations capitol Her father is a pastcom mander of Stafford Post 222 ot lear Lake Court voids rule against Communists WASHINGTON AP Supreme Court ruled unconstilu ional Monday a section of the Subversive Activities Control Act that denies passports to members of officially designat ed Communist organizations Justice Arthur J GoJdbcrg speaking for the court majority said that the section too broad iy and indiscriminately restricts the right to travel and thereby abridges the liberty guaranteed by the Constitution The decision was given on ap peals by Elizabeth Gurlcy Flynn national chairman of the Communist party of the United States and Dr Herbert Apthek er editor of Political Affairs a party organ Justice Tom C Clark wrote a dissenting opinion in which jus tices John M Harlan and Bryr on R White joined The voto thus was 63 AP Photofax DEBUT FOR LIZ beth Taylor wearing a silky Grecian costume gives the back of her neck a brief mas sage after making her Broad way stage debut with husband Richard Burton in New York The couple staged a onceonly performance of prose and poe try readings SAME DATE   

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