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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 25, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             Mason City Court suits to test rule WASHINGTON AP Coi gress and federal court sui are the two likely obstacles implementation of a new FC eral Trade Commission rule rt quiring the tobacco industry I label cigarettes as health ha ards The extent of the delay ma be detailed Thursday when rep resentalives of the tobacco in dustry testify before the Hous Commerce Committee Rand Dixpn of the FTCtoldthe commute he hopes the industry will com ply voluntarily but he added Theycan take this rule to th nearestrcourt and ask for a re view satisfied this wi happen Later Sen B Everett Jor dan a Democrat from tobacco leaders and representatives p growersj an these group have already agreed to take th matter to the courts immed ately And presiden of the Burley Auction Ware house Association questione the commissions authority t the ruling He saidji manufacturers wil take steps to cha that if the in four years before the effect in the rule an Wednesday requires manufac turers their products by a warning that cigaretteVjmoking is dangerous to may cause death from Snd Other dis eases commission set July 1 1965 deadline for this warning label to he included in all ad it said it would postpone this deadline if the the commission thai it had changed its advertising in such a way to make the requirement unneces sary Hunt 1 i ian Base for the search from there Mississippid Highway Patrol spent the fourth day most inten sive search in this areas his tory checking service stations t outbuildings and recent exca f vations 1 whirtWr the troops wert armed Reedy said Theyre there solely for searching Before ordering military unjts Into the search Johnson con ferred fay telephone with FBI Director J JSdgar Hoover and Burke Marshal assistant attor ney general in charge of the Justice Departments civil division JohnsonReedyreported has telephone several timesinrtherpastday or so to rjthe paientspftwo New York among said Johnson to contact fJhe third young Meridian heSsaidrmembers of the had talked thejMendianJfamily that Johfv phone with r Gov Johnson with Mississippis two senators and with civil leaders Asked whether the administra tion has done anything to dis young civil rights work from the Jiorth from carry move into Mississippi vfor the summer not to my know the Reedy jntimited thaf President Would a wait a report from Allen Dulles his personal representative whb is in Missis sippi oh a factfinding trip fae fore decidingon any further steps v The press secretary said he did not know when Dulles former director of the Central Intelligence Agency would re turn to Washington went to Mississippi by plane Wednesday at the Presi ients request civil rights Mr cnael Schwerner 24 and Andy Goodman 20 both of New York and James Chancy 22 a Negro from were last seen Sunday night when Chancy paid a fine for speeding FBOM OUB HlKB CKKVICCS DES MOINES Idle funds collected fay the Iowa Em ployment Security Commis sion can be invested in short term federal securities to collect interest Gen Evan Ilultman said Wednesday Don G Allen commission counsel said in requesting the opinion that the interest on such funds could total more than a year SIOUX CITY An adver tising promotion by National Food Stores in Sioux City has been ruled in violation of lottery laws by Dis trict JudgeM E Rawlings The food store chain had given bingotype cards to patrons who could win prizes and trad ing stamps if numbers posted by the stores filled their cards The action against the chain had been brought by the Iowa g c n e r a 1 s office Judge Rawlings ruled Tuesday that the promotion is in viola tion of the law MONTEZUMA Dale L McNeeley 15 a resident of the State Juvenile Home at Toledo since last fall drowned Tuesday in a supervised swim ming area at a Bible camp near Deep River ST PAUL Minn Sher iff Malcolm McLeod of Lum berton NC was elected president of the N a t i o n a 1 Sheriffs Association Wednes day Sheriffs Charles A Car ver Faribault Minn Wilham Hemphill Cassville Mo and William Spurrier Marengo f a were elected vice presi dents1 NEVADA A boy and his sister Wednesday in raiEswplleif Indian Creek near their home They were Joan 1 Christian 6 and her brother Jeffrey 4 children of Mrs Cynthia Christian REINBECK Henry Hel meis 54 was killed Wednes day in a baler accident on his arm 5V4 miles north of here His wife witnessed the acci dent Mrs Helmers and two hildren survive DES MOINES Har ild Hughes has asked that all owans have a meal of turkey Saturday It wouldbe in ob servance of Hughes proclama lon setting the day aside as fowa Turkey Day DAVENPORT About 1 300 carpenters went on strike in the Quad Cities Thursday stopping work on numerous construction projects WEST OKOBOJJ Ber nard M JacobsenVgeneral manager of station KROS at Clinton is the newpresident of the Iowa Tall Corn Radio Network He was elected at he organizations annual meeting Wednesday 6ther of icers namedr are E M Dutch horning general manager of station KSIB Creston Jvice The law enforcement agencies id a very fine job Police FBI agents and sher officers had joined in the earch for the child since 6 pm uesday night baby as first reported missing But uthorities had declined to re eal identity of the aid no ransom was involved Miss Converse and the two ien offered no resistance when he officers stopped them They aidthey had driven to uque Iowa during the night nd had just returned to Beloit hen police stopped them Mr and Mrs Wulf who have x other children ranging from years to 2 years were in harleston Heights SC when ie abduction occurred Wulf an engineer the anks Morse Co here had one to South Carolina on busi Friday night accompanied y his wife Their eldest son stayed with s grandmother and the other lildren were left in the care f Lillian Converse 17 of South cloit III a sister of Margaret Bjorklund said Margaret ap arcntly went to the Wulf home onday night or early Tuesday nd took the baby while her sicr was absent The chief aid Lillian told of looking for her sister and the baby all day Tuesday and finally notified po lice about 6 pm CRUSHPROOF PACKAGE ECONOMY PRICE yours with the 1 b box 2 TwinPak Bags Inside HHand Potato ChJppleut chips around president and Philip Kelly general manager of WDBQ Dubuque secretary MONTEZUMA The Mon tczuma Republican weekly newspaper has been sold by the owners Mr and Mrs Paul Vohs to Mr and Mrs John Morrissey of Oklahoma City MARSHALLTOWN Dennis Curley 27 Marshalltown elec trical worker was killed Wed nesday when he came into contact with a high voltage wire here V WASHINGTON The Com munity Facilities Administra tion has announced a loan of to Central College at Pella Iowa for construction of two residence halls to ac commodate 82 women and 82 men students CONRAD Gov Harold Hughes told a Methodist fund raising dinner here Wednes day night that people should participate in politics as part of their Christian respon sibility They should inform themselves and involve them selves in government the governor said AMES C J Gauger of Ames has been elected chair man of the Iowa State Unir versity Athletic Council Bob Fellinger professor of me chanical engineering at the university is the new vice chairman and Dr Allen Pack er head of veterinary hygiene is secretary New Geneva plan offered by the US GENEVA United States Thursday presented a 3 point inspection i plan for ver ification without U the nuclear powers agree on a cutoff in the productionof fis sionable material for Weapons The chief US delegate Wil liam C Foster told the 17na tion disarmament conference the American plan does not re quire inspection of nuclear tockpiles The plan is a followup to President Johnsons call on Jan 21 for a cutoff Jn April the United States and the Soviet Union r announced mutual un policed reductions of nuclear material for arms uses and Britain announced it had itopped all such production The proposed American sys tern would subject three types of facilities to U235 separation plants which pro duce enriched uranium nuclear reactors producing fissionable material and chemical separa ion plants e 5 children of 9 in family are crash fatalities DUMAS Tex UWiVe of MrandMrs nine children have died accidents Two rsons died Wednesday night swhen theircar struck a parked pickup truck Three oth er children were killed in Need of Iowa Fair through F r i da j Lows Thursday night in the 60s Warmer southeast Friday highs near 90 southeast to mi 90s northwest Further outloo cloudy and continuei warm Saturday Mostly fair ihroug Friday with some afternoor arid nighttime cloudiness aix isolated thunderstorms north Highs Friday 7585 northeasl 8593 west and south Methodist accord on race stand MOUNT PLEASANT AP The two Iowa Methodist con Terences were of one voice Thursday in favor of ending racial separation in the jurisdic Uonal structure of their denomi nation The South Iowa Conference I o i n e d that of North Iowa Wednesday in approving trans er of the Negro Lexington Con ference into the North Centra Jurisdiction of Methodis lurches Four Iowa churches at Des Mpines Fort Madison Mar shaljtown and Mason City are to fee transferred from the Lex ngton Conference The plan was approved last week by North Iowa Methodists Who made the orange more tempting than the apple jutre or STMC AMD TELCVISKM Smirnoff did the famous Smirnoff Screwdriver Americas most popular vodka drink It not only looks like orange juice it tastes like orange juice Thats because crystal clear Smirnoff filtered through tons of activated charcoal so perfectly with fruit juice and soft drinks Just pour a jigger of Smirnoff over ice cubes fill glass with orange juice and stir Tempting Its downright irresistible It leaves you Always ask for VODKA 80 AND 100 FROM C8AIN PlEfiRE SMIRNOFF ftS OF HARffOflO COHN i364 r i GlobeGazette weather data upl to 8 am Thursday Maximum gg Minimum jg At 8 am 57 Sunrise DST Sunset DST 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