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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             the newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Edition VOLM4 MASON CITY IOWA TUISDAY JUNE 1H4 tide a CouUU Two ScctloiuSeeUaa Auodatwl PreM Full LtaM No IIS quits Viet Nam plot to on Mr K STOCKHOLM Sweden AP police have smashed a plot to kidnap Soviet Premier Khrushchev and hold him hos tage for the release of political prisoners behind the Iron Cur tain Police confirmed that at least one man described only as a 30 yearold foreigner was ar rested Monday near Haga Castle where the Soviet leader is staying during his five day state visit The man reportedly that he and several other nien had planned to smash their way through the castle gates in a truck The newspaper Aftonbladet which has close connections with the Swedish government said the man m custody was a Hungarian Police declined to confirm this ME K GUARDED AFTER KIDNAP PLOT IS BROKEN AP WM speculation Inside i i The Globe PHItADELPHIA Miss A spokesman for the Neshoba Mystery deepened Tuesday in County sheriffs office Mid strange disappearance of tnrer young civil nghts workvtM lu ersTney were last heard from they got out of town all Sundav mwhf after paying a tral The Highway KIRK BRIGGS AND HUCK first wave of summer volunteers acial Equably called seebng to reform this state pohu F search Irticall Meridian Naval Air Sta Editorials 4 Lake Society news North MWS W U 1417 Comics II it Transit Nude suits would violate n DES MOINES wearing topless swimming suits would be inviolation of Iowa law Atty Gen Evan Hultman said Gov Harold Hughes described the latest fad in womens appar el as ridiculous and immoral Rultman told a newsman that in his opinion the wearing of such be in violation of the law He said he btlieves Uw offi cers would be justified in filing charges against women wearing such suits Hultman said a 1957 Iowa law makes it illegal for nudists to gather even in private area and even if the couples are ricd He said however that the other people around North Iowa Weather outlook Fetr rrieW witti lows in mM Sfe Oemrally n en 2 search for three in Mississippi DLCf I TTT1WYY t A and the Mississippi groups for a search htically Musing wereAndy Goodman 20 and Mickey Schwerner 24 both of New York City With hem was JamesCheney 22 a Negro member of the Congress of Racial Equality from Merid ian They here er a weeks orientation course for the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project in Oxford Ohio Other workers spread over the state during the weekend to launch voter registration drives and Negro citizens of their rights With Cheney at the wheel they drove to Philadelphia re portedly to see the ruins of a Negro church that burned last week after Banned whites broke up a church board meeting Officers stopped the three Sunday and charged them with speeding They were let go after being held in jail several hours Cheney paid a fine Council of Federated Or ganizations one of the groups SNvrffPs efcpvtfos they released them about pm Russian labor camps are now country clubs JilOSCOW labor camps have become country clubs where drunkards prosti tutes and other parasites en joy sunbathing good food and vodka Izvestia complains The social misfits sent to dc would not prohibit women tention centers for rehabilita Jrom wearing such suits in the tion are carrying on their old privacy of their own swimming iife in a new place the govern 5ewere sevcral ment newspaper said They are just warming them selves in the sun and they are fed They should bemade to work from dawn to dusk and they should be punished more said Izvestia The article told of Konstan tin Nadutkin drunkard and dc who had a white shirt and television set worked as an artist and aii paintings to buy vodka rol car followed the workers blocks to make sure F spearheading the summer drive said because the three were not heard from Sunday that means they havent been physically able to call arnved in Phila delphia Monday night In Wash ington Edwin O Guthman Jus tice Department information of ficer said the FBI was making a full probe of the possibility are being held against their will or that they are other wise being deprived of their civil nghts The Mississippi Highway Pa trol was ordered to do every thing it could to help the search that the plot was hatched by members of the Ustashi a fana tic Croatian antiCommunist or gaoization which fought for the Nazis during World War II The Ustashi reportedly has a strong membership m Sweden which is haven for about 30OOC refugees from Communist coun tries 0 Khru shchevs arrival in Sweden the newspaper Expressed said the Ustashi had threatened openly to kill the Soviet leader Khrushchev will in den Expressen quoted a Usta shi leader as saying County police Supt Aake Magnusson signed the charge sheet against the arrested man Magnusson described a repor by a Stockholm newspaper tha the plotters were armed with submachine guns as a dreamed up story In the wake of the arrest the 5000 policemen in NIKITA Continued on 2 of south l his street and many others like them ern and centralparts of the state Wal m the west sideof Des Moines show nut Creekis the culprit in this picture Flash flooding is threat after violent Iowa storms By THE ASSOCIATED FXESS Flash flooding threatened low lands in the southern two thirds of Iowa early Tuesday on the heels of violent thunderstorms lash flooding was likely along vwni j r TV nnro vti small streams in all of southern roofed a school gymnasium a and central Iowa except the southeast corner and tornadoes state Monday evening The which hit afternoon the and uuuicaai vwuei ering so head cattle nea The Raccoon River at Van Marengo damaged buildings on Meter andthe Des Momes at at least 11 farms near Conroy Trarv anri fUtnmwa enroll Bureau said Tracy and Ottumwa were swell ingtoward Prefers prison in Nebraska to old Iowa home OMAHA Eugene Clear 19 says he prefers the Nebraska Penitentiary to the twisters were T3 ntnnr isasffiwwjas 41 f jf ft t t Des Moines where Walnut and Creeks causet evacuation o some bottomland buddings The flood threat followed thun derstorms that drenched most of the state as winds wreckec buildings in scaltered areas i The Weather Iowa State Reformatory and has refused to waive extradition to Iowa to face an escape charge Omaha detectives said Monday Clear was arrested here Fri day after fleeing from a guard at Iowa City earlier in the week He was serving a 10year term for robbery FULLBROOK DIES LONG BEACH Calif r Earl Stanfield Fullbrook 7t retired dean of the University of Nebraska College of Busi ness Administration died Sun day Bureau sighted said near Perry Traer and Davenport Meui IB tl At work again 11 JT m PV Cl County wind tore the root from an o fice building and damaged se eral barns Bobrie reported 2 37 inches o Monday evening rain Streel were flooded automobile stalled and some telephone serv ice was interrupted Sand bag were used to keep runoff wai er out of the telephone com pany building Diyenport heevy rain accompanied by high wim which ripped down tree1 branch es and utility wires Iowa City was darkened trees were knocked down anc power lines briiken Cedar Rapids streets wen urb deep m water running off raster then storm sewers coul handle it Clinton reported one inch o ram in 10 minutes and a 23 de gree temperature drop as the storm ripped through in LULUBELLE n NORTHAMPTON Mass Miss Luella Hennessey the nurse who has attended births illnesses and deaths in the Ken nedy clan is once more at the side of a Kennedy in a hospital Tuesday morning she was at Cooley Dickinson H o s pita I where Sen Edward M Ken nedy DMass is recovering from injuries suffered Friday night in a plane crash MissHennessey known to the Kennedys as Lulubelle joined the clan in 1937 when Joseph P Kennedy was named anbassador to England and took his family with him to London She got to know them with a family closeness that is charac teristic of those who work for the Kennedys In 1961 she resigned as head nurse at Walpole Visiting Nurse Association in Mass to care for Joseph Kennedy during his recovery from a stroke Recalling the days in Lon don she recently said All of the children ate with their parents even when there were guests as did their governess and I meals were simple wholesome and delicious noth ing Miss Hennessey one of the first to be called when any of the Kennedys is about to have a baby She has been at the births of 21 of the Kennedy grandchildren nurse She was at the birth and death of the Late President John F Kennedys third child Patrick Bouvier last August Miss Hennessey haslived all her life inWalpoleMass and has alternated between her out side professional job arid her service to the Kennedys Shortly after World War TI she decided to go to for the Visiting Nurse Association She once explained her di cision this way Look here Luella he Lord has been pretty good to you Youve lived in luxury all over the world Now its time to tip the scales the other way and do something for Gods sick poor t v u Navy man demonstrates the type bed AF In County winds wv adora wrecked a 50 head of barn shelt cattle nea Scranton Taylor to succeed him WASHINGTON JlII e n r y Jabot Lodge has resigned as mbassador to SouthViet Nam nd be succeeded byFGen Maxwell D Taylor President ohnson announcedTuesday Johnson told anews con erence that U Alexis Johnson iresently an assistant secretary statel anda yeteran foreign ervice career officer will be ome deputy ambassador a w post r Tiylor now chairman of rpmt Chiefs of Staff will be suc eeded m that post by Gen Earle G Wheeler now Army hief of staff Johnson said Secretary of De ense Robert S f McNamara hai not yet recommended asuccess or to Wheeler in the topArmy post Johnson again expressed his countrysdetermination to help a grove of trees am disrupted telephone service South Viet v Nam resist Com Iowa is upheld DES MOINES AP U S District Court here faced U S Supreme Court instructions Tuesday to take further action to see that Iowas legislature is apportioned on a population bas s The high court Monday up icJd the finding of the special hreejudge District Court last January that the State Con titution discriminated against urban residents by allowing ru areas to dominate the legis ature But other than confirming the owcr courts ruling the Su preme Court action was expect ed to have little further effect n Iowa immediately Mott government observers said they were not surprised at the decision in light of the high tribunals ruling one week earlier that state legisla tures must be apportioned on a population basis Harry Smith of Sioux City at orney for labor leaders Charles L Davis and Arthur J Lewis of Des Moines who brought the suit said plans for further ac ion would be announced Tues day He promised insistence be based sole y on population as the Su preme Court ordered Smith hinted a similar suit be brought against coun ty boards of supervisors where REMAP on Page J munist aggression M and f to con tuiue flightsj over Laos when ever representativesofthe In ternational ControlCommission are barred from inspecting area i The news conference was a hurriedly set up the quickies such as Johnson has held before ff M Lodges i letter of resignation was dated June 19 and John1 sons letter of acceptance witli regret was dated Lodge saidhewas resigning entirely for personal reasons and the tone ofthis Jetterindi cated no policy disagreement was involved Johnson said the country had been fortunate to have had LODGE Continued on 2 l v To help beat Barry drive SAIGON Viet Nam ry Cabot Lodge US ambas sador to South Viet Nam dur ing the past 10 stprniy months of its history resigned from hispost here Tuesday to tak up the political cudgel against Barry Goldwater Lodge said in a prepared statement that he wasquiUhg his post in Saigon to give all the help he could to Pennsyl vania GoV William Scran tons Uth hour bid to stop the nomination Goldwater by the Republican convention Text of Lodges statement I resigned as ambassador to Viet Nam because I be lieve it is my duty to do ev erything that I caii to help Governor Scranton to win for president I also have accepted an in vitation to address the Resolu tionsCommittee of the Repub lican Party I am deeply grateful for the many courtesies extended to my wife and tre in Viet Nam and have enjoyed my service here Truly it us sad to leave   

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