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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 27, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes alt North I o wans neighbors Edition VOLJM MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNf 27 1H4 UOc a CoiulsU of Two CM AuoclaUd Full LCIM No 119 calls Mason City merchants 1 m reach new sales record Mason City retail merchants did a recoril busi ness in 1963 Sales tax figures from the Iowa State Tax Commission show the dollar volume of sales lor last year Toe previous high was in 1962 when sales totaled There has been an increase in sales here every year 1959 The local economy lagged in 1958 in line with a nationwide trend Sales in the third quarter brought the total for 1963 to the record level Dollar volume during the other three quarters was slightly below 1962 Third period sales tax figures totaled compared with for the same quarter the previbus year Car sales were higher in all four Here are the sales tax collec tion by quarters for 1963 and separate figures for motor vehicle sales v 43 Retail Retail nd 32066590 32953930 3rd 33543254 32281164 36876900 37147779 63 Cars tt 2nd 3461111 3262991 3rd 3692932 3475842 4th 3770042 3371550 The tax on both retail sales and on new cars and trucks is two per cent of the total It consequently is considered an exact barometer of business volume Clear Lake retailers also re ported a banner year in 1963 with sales volume a mounting to The figure for 1962 was Following are the compara tive figures from1 Clear Lake by quarters for 1962 and 1963 1963 1962 1st 2nd 5685438 4750090 3rd 6297141 4th 5570770 U S may seek new ndictrrtent for Reds i The WASHINGTON AP government is expectedHo seek a newTindictment against the US Communisf which has refuseiyo register as an agent of the SovietUnion s This it was learned Saturday is the course most likely to be followed by the Justice Depart ment in reactiontoa court de cision upsetting a 1961 convic tion of the v party on the same charge Government sources indicat ed the new indictment will be painstakingly timed possibly allow the4 gov ernment to avoid the pitfall which won the Communists z a reversal of 1961 At that time the party was convicted of failing to register with the attorney general as re quired by the Internal Security Act of 1950 and sentenced to pay a fine each of 11 days past the dead line in which the party failed to register and for fail ing to file a registration state ment Jhi US Court of Appeals re versed the conviction lastfDe cemberA threejudge panel de cidedthat the party officers who should have registered had the constitutional right to pio tect themselves from selfin crimmation The panel held fur ther that the burden was on the government to prove that there was someone available to volun tanly register the one who would not be concerned with possible selfincrimination The government demanding fullcourt reconsideration said the law requires that the party Kurfueretendairint fcrf f w search Asks help from ions 5849738 4835455 be registered not that the per seek out a volunteer t he lawyer newspapermano other unaffiliated individual parTy som how tnat a volunteer is read willingand qualified to registe it the party areason able time to take up the off and register go before a grand jury should the party balk and ob tain a newindictment The official decision of course wont be disclosed until the in dictment is returned Once Registered the PHILADELPHIA Miss IB Witha personal ppeal from the governor to people of this hill couri to search your own premises the search con Jnued Saturday for three civil rights workersw h o mysteriously vanished six days ago Take a few hours of your own time to search or Gov Paul B Johnson said in a broadcast rom a local radio station i came to Philadelphia late Friday as nd federal officers h oined by IOOU S sailors activity in Mississippi be ex foughtoff Snakes panded ind Frid wiH hrough swamps m their President to report on his two fnr YfhiteHousVxmissionto Mississippi The Presidentand Earlier former CIA Director I longdis Allen Dulles had recommendedtance1 telephone vifithlGpy John oPresident Johnson that the son during themeeUiig FBIi Goy Johnson reierring to the disappearance as the5 mysteri ous case called on all residents of Nesh oba County whites Negroes and Indians to cooperate in the search I do want to assure the peo ple here that the sailors have come to aid us Gov Johnson said Were glad to havethem Theyre fellow The sailors are from the near by Naval Auxiliary Air Station in Mendian We do not know i I these peopleare alive or dead I Johnson saidm hist10 minute jradx talkBe expressed confi dence three seen Sunday be found U ice Situation ii FlaW4 dayto push to might not state officers be in my stationedin this racially torn Shortly the governors Mississippi Gov Earns Bordered with support of lieu y i i fn son who performs the Tcgistraas only Communist action tion be a member of theparty group in Vthe United States The government made it clearjwouid be required to make that it felt partys use its records report its the Fifth Amendment was a finances label its publications jn other ways disclose to government virtually every sham It said theparty through its wide open propaganda pro gram never has hesitated to be move it makes represented in public by its of Its for that reason ficials who clearly them t alrcady whitticd selves members of the party LQ kss than 10 m memb and Disregard the possibility of fighting to tne last ditch to the down membersis selfihcriminatibn avoid formally registering with Nevertheless the court rethe Justice Department fused to reconsider the decision The Supreme Court when the department took its case there also declined to review it The loss was a bitter pill It had taken more than 10 years of litigation before the Supreme Court in June 1961 upheld the cbnstitntionality of an order of the Subversive Activities Con trol Board which had found that STOCKHOLM Sweden Soviet Premier Klirushchev left or NorwaySaturdayafter windr ng up his fiveday visit here with an endorsementof Swedish neutrality A 21gun salute boomed as Khrushchev and his party warded a naval vessel that took them to the Soviet liner Bashkiria in Stockholm harbor The blue and white ship is scheduled to arrive in Oslo Mon day after a leisurely trip along Swedens east south and west coasts Khrushchev willI compete his 9daytoiir with afiveday visit to Norway In ceremonies ial isiand PrimeMinister Tage Erlander said he had en deavored to acquaint the Soviet Erlander said both countries are interested in the preservar tion of peace that Khru peace shchevs Visit was of efforts to peace through mutual understanding Khrushchev in a brief speech linen after ari onthescene nspectionand conferences with state law officers I did not find much progress toward a solution he said of the racial ituatibn he has calleda clear and present danger The vansuard of thenew hten got tHeir initial test Friday light when hundreds of whites congregated in a downtown square lp listen to segregation Russia may give rockets to leader with Swedish life democ Nikita Khrushchev Voices Support racy and industry He stressed that he felt that the visit would serve to expand mutual contacts and ties between Sweden and the Soviet Union Highway Jatfelsaid the station wagonvused by the trio had been burned at least 12 hours after they The cnarred vehicle used by Michael Schwerner 24 and Andy Goodman bothof New York Cityv and James Chancy 22 Meridian Negro was locat ed m a lonely area northeast of this town of 5000 Tuesday A highway patrol official said the1 party was a Communistac Ition group dominated and con trolled by the Soviet Union The Justice Department still is considering what new steps WASHINGTON AP The Soviet Union is reported to be handing over the operation of its antiaircraft missiles in Cuba to the Caslro military but with a warning against cision It has been studymg two Thc of the missile principal alternatives wheth crations from Russian to 2J t0 Cuban hands isaccording to retry the old indictment information obtained by the j Alj 1IUUL lllaliUJl UJf The latter would requ re tje statesgoing on as the government to prove that a vol s neaf completion withdrawal to knock down the swift Amer ican jets In another development Fri day the Organization of Amer ican States voted 17 to 0 to call a meeting of hemisphere foreign ministers here July 21 to con sider breaking alldiplomatic and economic lies with the Cas tro government Mexico stained in the vote Under the Inter American Treaty of Mutual Assistance Venezuela has asked the OAS to adopt sanctions against Cuba severing of diplomatic CHEMIST DEAD MIDLAND Mich W Rob ert R Dreisbach 75 who held 58 patents on chemical process es and plastics died Wednes day ties a halt in economic relations and suspension of sea and air i course of action would be enThe information indicates MO ormously complicated and tenHO gob Soviet officers and men uous at best in the courts eft Cuba last month and about communications Thats why it was learned1200 more are still to be with government experts are nearly drawn The Soviets will leave sold on the behind however what is de on this unusual plan scribed as a permanent training mission of 800 to 1000 At the height of the eyeball to eyeball missile crisis in October 1962 the Russians were believed to have 22000 or more troops in Cuba The 24base network of sur facetoair missiles the Russians are turning over is believed still capable of shoot ing down the American high altitude reconnaissance plane that are patrolling Cuba said that during his visit here he has conie to see that the Swedes know how to work and value thefruits of their labor He said he was pleated that the talks with Erlander were held in a frank and friendly atmosphere and reviewed some of the points of the joint SwedishSoviet communique is sued Friday night including heir1 mutual dedication to eace Khrushchevs visit ended with he Swedishgovernment disap pointed that he had failed to clear up the mystery of a long missing Swedish diplomat but ntrigued atthe prospectof in creasing trade with the Soviet Union ErUhder issued proclaiming his strong disap pointment that the Soviet gov ernment has not felt it could do more about the case of Raou the missing diplo e pointseveral dozen whites formed an impromptu column to march into the Ne jro ixcal ehforcement officers flanked by police dogs stalled the parade before it got under way Integrationists staged no pub c demonstrations Friday for he first time in about three weeks Most of the Negro leaders were in Jacksonville for federal APPEAL Continued on Page 2 mat Wallenberg court proceedings aimed at end ng the governors ban on nighl marches Also pirt of the hearing were charges of police brutality and inaction in the face ofvi olence by white segregationists The charges werebrought by at torneys for civil rights demon strators They seek a court order re quiring state law enforcement officers to block attempts by whites to bar Negroes from St LB J to Minnesota AP President Johnson todaycarries Midwest wooing into state that could provide his November running mate Both Minnesota senators Hu bert H Humphrey and Eugene McCarthy have figured in spec ulation about the Democratic vicepresidential nomination I this McCarthy is up for reflection year and can count on credited with On the inside AP PhoJofax CANT TOP THAT Jana Middleton left sur vfiys the manliness of the first Sioux City model to wear the new topless bathing suit Members of the Sipuxland Sertoma Club has responded to an an nouncement that a topless bathing suit would be modeled at Fridays luncheon Club officials admitted it was a gag to boost attendance The model is Irv I Not so out See I The information here is tha I the central command governin the SAM sites is still under con Irol of Soviet officers Also off Church news 4S cials have given support to pub Mason City news Hshed reports that the advance Society news Soviet radar installed in th Sports news f missile system has been di Editorials 11 mantled and withdrawn Th Clear Lake news 11 would reduce the effectivene mws 141 of the mjgsiles and their abili SAME DATE1HJZ54 saving thousands of Jews in Hungary in latter stages of World War II was arrested by the Red army in Budapest in January 1945 The Russians said in 1957 that Wallenberg had died in Mos cows Ljubljanska Prison in July 1947 The Swedish govern ment rejected the explanation Augustines public beach and city square North fowo Weather outlook Fair continued warm Sunday Weather Details on Page 2 Johnsons unstinted blessing for a new sixyear term regardlesi of how he fares in the vice presidential sweepstakes Johnsons Minnesota schedule calls for an afternoon speech before the DemocraticFarmer Labor convention in St Paul and a night address before a Democratic fundraising dinner in Minneapolis He will remain overnight in Minneapolis to attend an annual SwedishAmerican festival at Minnehaha Park there on Sun day Return to cells after graduation BALTIMORE like to say When you leave here tonight go out and do good the graduation speaker said But Ill have to postpone that The graduates laughed They knew where they were headed back to their cells in the Mary land Penitentiary Except for iron bars securi ty measures and the presence of a few guards the ceremony Friday night was much like any high school graduation The auditorium was bedecked with bunting in the black andwhite class colors Baskets of flowers lined the stage and the balcotlj The class motto was there above the stage for all to see To Understand and be Understood The glee club dressed in white with plaid vests and black string ties sang three numbers Favorites among the graduates were given big cheers by their friends The invited guests in cluded state and education offi cials and members of the grand jury Mayor Theodore R McKeldin presented equivalency certifi cates to the 41 senior high grad uates The 47 junior high grad uates received diplomas since the penitentiarys School of Adult Education 101 is accredit fid to the eighthgrade level by the Stale Board of Education The youngest graduate was 19 the oldest 50 This should prove that dis advantagcd men in prison do have the desire and ability to acquire and retain knowledge said valedictorian Jonathan Sel lers who is serving a 15year term for armedrobbery In two school terms at the penitentiary Sellers 33 moved from the fifthgrade level to high school valedictorian He is expected to become a teach er at the penitentiary next year Three certified public school teachers act as supervisors as sisted by inmates and volun the mayor who sometimes teaches speech class With self teaching methods used the inmate teachers are available to give examinations and assist the students when needed Classes are held in a special building from 6 to 10 pm Monday through Friday and on Saturday mornings A minimum of 12 hours of instruc tion a week is required The program begun in 1951 under the direction of Warden Vernon L Pepersack attracted 768 students this year Peper sack now state commissioner of correction was the main speaker Friday The cost a year per stu dent for books and supplies   

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