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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The newspaper that makes oil North lowans neighbors Edition VQCM4 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNiSOAY JUNE 24 1H4 We Consists ol Four SectionsSection One AMocUted Fun No 114 Unity is let goal of Taylor WASHINGTON AP Gen Maxwell D Taylor who has never known defeat flies to wartorn South Viet Nam soon to take over as US ambissa He is expected to provide single tight and unified com mand over US civilian and military efforts The soldier diplomat was named tothe Saigon post Tues day by President Johnson alter the resignation of Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Taylor plans to leave for his new post inJO days or twoweeks Lodge said he was coming home to help Pennsylvania Gov William W Scranton try to win the GOP presidential nomina tion cannot be drafted and there are no bidden meanings Scranton said he was delight ed at Lodges decision and add ed This is another big boost or this rapidlyexpanding cam Johnsons selection of Taylor or the hot spot assignment won strong approval on Capitol Hill emocrats cand Republicans oined in predicting overwhelm ing Senate confirmation In South Viet am Taylor will have under him two old riends in key Gen WllUm 3 as US military fommander and reteran diplomat U Alexis ohnson as his political deputy In Saigon Tuesday night Lodge declared I am not a candidate at all and Iam not going backat all in order to connive at anything for myself TAYLOR JOHNSON Westmorland of the most promising of the Armys rounger generals has been con idered a Taylor man for ibout a decade Westmoreland erved on Taylors staff when lie new ambassador was the Armys chief in the mid1950s Johnson deputy underscore of state for political affairs ias been close to Taylor for ibout 30 yearsHe said in an in terview We have no magic an swers but we are determines to dourbest Stepping in behind Taylor as he new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff wffl be another Taylor disciple Gen Earle Gt Wheeler now is Army chief of stiff c tuse Viet war in campaign South Viet Nam Cabot Lodge said Wednesday he see how the war in Viet Nam can be an issue in the US presidential involves the Ei senhower administration and the Kennedy and Johnson ad ministrations and the Truman administration history when youve had a disaster Lodge told newsmen then that becomes a political Issue even if the politicians do not do anything about it But oi course theres no outlook of that kind for the time Lodge announced lion as US ambassador tc South Viet Nam Tuesday and said he was returning to the United States to help Gov Wil ham W Scrantons campaign for the Republican presidential nomination The frontrunner for the nom ination Sen Barry Goldwater 01 Arizona said in Washington that the Johnson KcNamara pro gram of indecision and vacilla tion has made it impossible for Lodge to carry out his ambas sadorial functions properly aw undoubtedly motivated bis res ignation But Mid had on excellent terms with Presi dent Johnsons administration In an earlier statement Toes day night he said Viet Nam is on the right track and with persistence its freedom and in dependence will surely be achieved Lodge Republican vicepresi dential candidate four years ago said he is returning only to help Scranton Grant made to study glaucoma WASHINGTON AP Rep Neal Smith DIowa says Th Public Health Service has mad a grant of for a study of the prevalence of glaucoma an eye disease in Iowa The grant was made throug the Iowa Department of Heatti and will be administered by Dr Mansour F Armaty of the Uni versity of Iowa at Iowa City Smith said North Iowa Weather outlook fair through Thursday tinned cool Wednesday night Wws in mid Sfe A littte warm Thursday highs near W Weather Details en WASHINGTON Fed eral Trade Commission issued a rule Wednesday requiring that by nextyear all cigarette labels and advertising inform the pub lie that cigarette smoking is dangerous to health nd may cause death j from eancer and other diseases The commission rule says that it is an unfair or deceptive practice for a manufacturer to fail to disclose clearly and prominently in all advertising and on every pack box carton or other container m which cig arettes are sold that smoking is a health hazard The commission ruled that the cigarette package labels should have this warningby Jan 1 1965 and that advertising should include the warning by July 1 1965 The commission however did not state the exact language that cigarette manufacturers would have to ad vertising and labeling warnings a 153page statement that accompanied the ruling the commission said it wasleaving the individual cigarette compa nies and advertisers free to formulate the required disclo sure in any manner that intel ligently conveys the sense of the required disclosure in a fully conspicuous fashion The announcement of the FTC rule came during the testimony Chairman Paul Rand Dixon before the House Commerce Committee which is conducting a broad investigation into smok ing and health There was no immediate com ment directly from the major cigarette companies and some company representati v e s seemed surprised to hear of the rule One spokesman who declined to be identified said This will be disputed legally Im sure At FTC hearings in the past the tobacco institute a trade group challenged the commis sioris authority to issue rules governing advertising Recently the cigarette indus try formed the cigarette indus try advertising code to regulate advertising It named former New Jersey Governor Robert B Meyner as its head Sen B Everett Jordan D NC said tobacco manufactur ers growers and warehousemen informed him they plan a prompt court challenge of the FTC order We are going to use several approaches in getting the order set aside including the federal courts congress and the execu tive branch of the government Jordan said The tobacco industry strongly opposesany such action and the head of the Public Health Service questioned on Tuesday whether the FTC now has suf ficient authority to act The FTC recently completed a series of hearings started last March on its proposal to issue rules on labeling and advertis ing of cigarettes Scran ton Press search in Mississipp to was mostly enthusiastic KSenr Wayne Morse DOre called Johnsons decision to nominate a military man a mistaie Morse served notice be wilhfight Taylors confirma ion in the Senate Foreign Re ations Committee1 aud on the Senate floor Most other members of the committee including Chairman J W Fulbright DArk voiced ram praise of the selection Some committee members in erpreted the appointment as another sign that military oper ations in South Viet Nam will be intensified at the risk of war with Red China in an effort to jrevent a Communist takeover in Southeast Asia Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana called Taylor a great states mansoldier who is fully aware of the situation asut exists in Viet Nam Gen Taylor is the Jest possible serve at this most difficult time m this most critical area Sew Bourke B Hickenlooper of Iowa senior Republican on the Foreign Relations Commit tee also predicted confirma tion calling Taylor an able mil itary man He said Taylors ap pointment along with that of Johnson offered the combined strength of a consolidated ap proach Sen Allen J EUender DLa said the choice of Taylor for the Saigon post means action means war Sen Hubert H Humphrey of Minnesota assistant Senate Democratic leader said the President had assembled the best team we could possibly place m Viet Nam SenLr Barry GoMwater of Ari xou frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination made no comment on the political im plications of Lodges return He said Ambassador Lodge is to be congratulated for bearing up this long under such adverse conditions New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller who has thrown his support behind Scranton hailed Lodges decision and said H should materially help the moderate Republican cause immediate com ment from former President Dwight D Eisenhower or for rrer Vice President Richard M Nixon Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara praised the choice of Taylor McNamara more than any other top govern ment official has become iden tified with the longdrawnout effort to suppress Communist guerrillas in South Viet Nam Appointment of Taylor comes at a time when the Western position in Viet Nam and Laos appears to be deteriorating and the government is considering possible pressures against Red North Vjf t Nam Burned car is found Dulles called SITE OF of three missing civil rights workers are strewn around the burned out hulk of their car where it was Miss DES MOINES of Iowas stateowned liquor stores are doing more than a million dollars worth of business a year Thiswas shown Wednesday in au audit of the operations of the State Liquor Control Commis sion The state has 190 stores where all liquor by the bottle must be purchased The audit covered commission operations for the fiscal year Eight Iowa liquor stores do million business in year ended June 30 1963 before the 20 had sales of and liquor by the drink law went instore No 172 had sales of to effect Three of the stores that sold more than million worth of 226581 Other top include store No 1 in Des Moines awuie IWL in LKS MOmeS 51 liquor duringJhe year were in store No 187 in Des Des Moines The top seller was a selfservice store in north Des Moines which had sales of 290132 Next in total sales were two Cedar Rapids stores Store No LBJ medical bill dropped WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Johnsons proposal for health care of the aged was dropped Wednesday by the House Ways and Means Com mittee which thus dealt a heavy blow at any chance of enactment this year The committee went on to try to fashion a bill to increase the cash payments to persons re Train derails near Redfield REDFIELD AP Six cars of a Milwaukee Road freight train went off the tracks about three miles west of here Wednesday tired under Social Security but deadlocked More sessions were scheduled later Proponents of the health care measure themselves moved to drop it from committee consid eration thus avoiding a certain vole against it The motion by Rep Cecil R King DCalif coauthor of the bill to provide health care un der Social Security also ruled out consideration of any alter nate plan or any improvements to the existing system of state federal health care for the in digent The committee adopted it by voice vote it was reported The effect was to narrow committee west of Manchester Wednesday consideration to changes in the blocking Uie railroads main retirement system line Moines store No 52 in Iowa City store No 14 in Fort Dodge and store No 148 in Waterloo Fifteen other stores had sales of more than half a million dollars during the fiscal year Sales in all the stores totaled a decrease of 802 compared with the previous fiscal year Profits for the year were a decrease of The decrease in sales appar ently resulted from a crack down in the first sixmonths of 1963 against the illegal sale of liquor by the drink After taking office in January of 1963 Gov Harold Hughes led a drive to enforce the laws un til they were changed to allow sale of drinks in July of 1963 Numerous liquor stores in the first few months of 1963 re ported sales were below those of the previous year f Freight runs off the tracks MANCHESTER Hijhway patrol units conduct ed a housetohouse search late into the night Missing are Andy Goodman 20 and Michael Schwerner 24 both of New York City and James Cheney 22 Negro from nearby Meridian They were last seen Sunday night in Philadelphia after Che ney paid a fine for speed ing The White House announced that President Johnson had MISSING Continued en Page 2 cars of an Illinois Central freight train derailed a mile AP Photofax MISSING hulk of car used by three civil rights workers who are missing was found at edge of swamp near Philadelphia in central Mississippi A civil rights group said two more volunteer civil rights workers were ar rested at Moss Point in southeastern corner of the state StoryJPage in on case PHILADELPHIA Miss AP f ARE and Mrs Bobert Federal and state agents re Brooklyn are shown aboarda Washingtonbound air sumed an intensified door to amission help in finding their son door and gully to gully search Andrew 20 at daybreak Wednesday for three missing civil rights work ers A posse of lawmen combed the swampy area in this east central Mississippi section Allen W Dulles former Chief of the Central Intelligence Agen cy was to leave for Mississippi Wednesday afternoon on a White House mission to look into the mysterious disappearance of the young trio The charred hulk of the sta tion wagon used by the trio was found by FBI agents late Tues Photofw day at the edge of a swamp off found near a lonely road northeast of this central Mississippi town Philadelphia is the seat of jus for Neshoba County called 1 Bloody Neshoba by Mississip lians for its history of settling euds by gunfire The FBI clamped a lid on most of its investigation A Mississippi highway patrol man told a newsman The FBI ias taken over entirely Some angry m fMbk LBJ suggestion WASHINGTON AP committee starts its ses dent Johnsons call to in San Francisco July 6 to go on a sixday work week before the convention until next month Y Many members of Con national Convention brought are on the committee gry protests Wednesday others want to air their GOP House before it It just isnt fair play had counted on Leader Charles House being in recess the Halleck of week starting July 6 with This looks like an attempt Senate holding only token he President of the States to sabotage the recess outlook has can convention because of Johnsons Rep Melvin R Laird of insistence that Con sin chairman of the GOP enact the civil rights biJl form start action on his antipov program before the conven Negro The President said at a news to city Tuesday he wants Congress to work longer and in Virginia on about 30 desirable proposals before adjournment prodded the legislators to PETERSBURG Va AP his proposals their full at Petersburg voters have six days a week until a Negro John H Owens to Republican convention and City Council for the first return to work after the in nearly 100 Owens received 1724 had planned to seek Tuesday for one of the adjournment before the scats open on the council iu convention opens in runoff City Aug 24 Suspect picked in womans PETERSON MB Bucna had been dead for County authorities picked up 24 hours He said the person for questioning in the throat caused day in the fatal stabbing of Sioux Rapids woman is about 12 miles nude body was found in the of Sioux Rapids where the tle Sioux River near lived Officials declined to the person or say whether it fishermen Richard Soud a man or a woman They Larry McKeever and Ron no charge had been Englert of Royal discov Mrs Bonnie Johnson the body wedged in a fall 32 with her hands tied tree in a bend of the river her back her throat cut spot was in Bucna Vista with knife slashes on the only a short distance the Clay County line men and breasts was Tuesday evening by three officers said ermen three miles southeast were signs of a scuffle in area and an abandoned fish Dr Lyle Frink county rod and reel outfit was cal examiner said the turns to South To try to get delegates NJ AP William W Scrantonof Penn sylvania flew to Charleston W Va Wednesday to bid for Southern Republican support in his drive forthe presidential nomination As Scrantons plane took off from Newark sources close to the governor said that the entry ofHenry Cabot Lodge into the political fight on Scrantons side would not eliminate South VietNam as an issue in the campaign Lodge resigned his ambassa dorship to Viet Nam to return to the United States and work for The sources who declined to be quoted directlysaid Scran ton has not changed his position that foreign lythe Southeast Asia situation the No 1 of attack against the Johnson administra tion Scranton has said that in the post of ambassador Lodge merely was an agent of the President As such he said Lodges position could not construed as neutralizing Re publicans on policy m that area The 46yearold governor seeking toovertake the front running Sen Barry Goldwater of Arizona set his sights Wed nesday on West Virginias 14 convention delegates and the 34 vote bloc of Florida ScrantoBs aides said days aimed mainly at shoring up the uncommitted ranks in the two delegations The secondary aim was conver sion of delegates to the Scranton cause particularly those now backing Goldnrater Goidwater leads ciated Press poll with694 dele gates more than enough for nomination if he can hold them In West Virginia the Arizona has four delegates Scranton has twoand eight uncommittedIn FloridaMGold water has 22 11 are uncomniit ted and one stands opposed to Goldwater Scranton was enthusiastic about the results of his delegate hunt in Delaware and New Jer sey He claimed far more than a the 12vote Dela ware delegation Sen Clifford P Case of New Jersey told newsmen Scranton could expect a big majority of the New Jersey delegation The Delaware delegation pledged itself officially to favor ite son Sen John J Williams for the first ballot New Jersey delegates decided to remain un committed at least until after they meet with Goldwater in Trenton Monday Scranton met privately with the New Jersey delegates be fore addressing a Republican fundraising dinner Inside The Globe MARY SCRANTON Bills wife on Page SHORTAGE reported in police funds Page 27 Editorials 4 Society newss47 North Iowa news H Sports news 1711 Clear Lake news 2021 Latest markets 34 Mason City news K27 Transit timetable 30 Classified pages 3031 SAME DATE1H31SJ F   

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