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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Trinkets i from the JFK coin A leak in the mints Ktw BeriM Tribute Scjrrke WASHINGTON Visitors to the United States Treasury are permitted to buy only one John F Kennedy half dollar per per son but the hardtoget coins still turn up on sale in stores in such things key rings If the public cant get the Kennedy half dollars how do the jewelry manufacturers get them J f Scientist reports new type immunization can be inhaled DENVER Colo populations can be immunized against disease1 without the use of needles or pills a Denver scientist j said Monday but hu man fears prevent use of the new technique r K havefeebmeiccuslomed to being injected lamented Dr Gardner Middlebrook director of research at National Jewish Hospital in Denver He said that mass immuniza tion through airborne vaccines is possibleas a means of pre ventingtuberculosis polio mea sles and possibly someothers A pioneer in the research of immunizing by inhaling vac cines Middlebrook developed an airborne infection apparatus several years ago The device is being used to test this tech nique on at several re search centers across the nation Since 1951US scientists have made great stridesin develop ing the technique which they call aerogehic immunization The basis of such inoculation depends on the use of attenuat ed organisms living germs which are weakened but which are highly infectious The organ isms are sprayed into a chamber in closely controlled amounts A single sniff by a human Middlebrook says and hes im mune The Denver scientist said mass immunizations by the air borne technique could be used theoretically to fight any infec tious disease A big problem now is devel opment of the highly infective but nondisease producing vac cines for further ires e a rc k Once these are produced then biologists will havej to collabo rate with engineersTparticular ly those experienced in ventjla tionfto determine proper for given amounts of air under all conditions The newspaper tha t mak That my friond Is secret said a New York cos tume maker who wouldnt even confirm that he sells such key rings although one wholesaler said he did A Treasury official said he had no where or bow jewelry people get the coins When we first shipped the Ken nedy half dollars he said Federal Reserve banks asked themember banks not to sell them Jin large quantifies to dealers and collectors But almost the next day bemadded advertisements ap peared in the newspapers with the Kennedy coin in key rings and the like Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE IM4 10c a Paper Consists of Two Associated Press Full No 120 to the Treasury man said I dont think you can stop it Possibly he said some manu facturers who are good cus tomers at certain banks prevail orf the banks to yield extra coins when they receive them gew of the Kennedy half dol lars are m general circulation although the Treasury is turning them out in great numbers The original plan rwas to mint 4 90 million of the coins this year Through June the U S Mint head reached that mark More are to be minted But only one has turned up in the coin bags here the Treasury official said Its almost impossible to stop people from getting more than their share he said At first the Treasury limited its overthecounter customers who walked in off the street to two Kennedy half dollars per per son Because of the short sup ply ration was cut Nikita visits me Cool greeting for Russian OSLO Soviet Premier arrived t to per customer Monday mNorway a country solidly committed to the Atlan tic alliance A ragged cheer went up from a crowd in front of the Oslo Cit Hall as Khrushchev barehead ed and looking rested afterhis two day sail from Sweden stepped ashore Premier Gerhariseay says Khru shcbevs has ab p j day the official re called about k Id s came into theTreasury and up was when we allowed two each bought two Kennedy half dollars By golly the leaded with them took all the coinsfroiTLthe kids as soon as they leader appar ently had rounded up the kids on the street and had solicited their buying power with dimes or quarters The Treasury man said he doesnt h ay e a Kennedy half dollar himself Were out of them right now he said but we expect to have some more in a few days lowan was not beaten reports say JACKSON Miss AP A Sunday afternoon incident in volving an I Iowa civil rights worker produced only an ex change of words according to a city detective although there was a report that the lowan was beaten A In DCS Moines the Register Monday quoted the lowavn Stephen L Smith19 ofMarion as saying he was beaten min utes after he andnine other youths got off a train after traveling to Mississippi to help Negroes in the racial struggle The Register in r its copy righted story quoted Smith as saying that another youth about his age and build placed Smiths suitcase in the street When hej tried to i retrieve it Smith said the youth knocked him down and hit him He said nearfiyi policedid not interfere DetectiveChief M BPierce told The Associated Press here that Smith put his suitcase down on the foot of a man from Cleveland Ohio and the man kicked it off his foot The officer Miel MM two ex changed few words but both declined to bring charges Federal officials said they knew of no complaint The Register quoted Smith as saying It didnt bother me too miich I wasnt really hurt Smith son of Mr and Mrs Frank A Smith of Marion is a University of Iowa student North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly moderate hw mMity I i 111 Hmewretwre through TueWoy Monclty niejM 47 71 Mifhe TvMetey W M Wetttm Details en 2 rn solutely no political significance greeted the Soviet leader on th last leg of bi Scandinavia WARSAW CHEERS FOR ROBERT AND ETHEL KENNEDY Phptolax am glad your visit Jhnall has been arranged Gertiard sen told visits wereicalled off because of hostile newspapercomment The Norwegian premier has described Khrushchevs trip as nothing more than a goodwill trip to return the visit I made to the Soviet Union m 1955 In his welcoming remarks the premier said Norway and Soviet Union have a common border which never has given occasion to strife WARSAW Poland ouraged by wildly cheering olish crowds Robert F Ken nedy called on Communist Po and Sunday night to help pro mote the new thaw in the cold war I am also glad about eco nomic cooperation acrbssj the border cooperation which 1 hope will help create good re lationships between T As we came to Denmark and Sweden we come to your coun try with an open Soviet premier said rattling through a brief speech with an air of disinterest One elderly woman in the crowd shouted murderer un til a policeman clamped a white gloved hand over her mouth Khrushchevs talks with Gor hardsen Tuesday probably wil deal with nothing ipbresthan the general state of world affairs and include a perhaps lengthy discussionon disarmament Foreign Minister Halvard Langi made it clear that Norway security policy and relation within the North Atlantic Treat Organization would not be a subject I tor Bobby on his visit to Warsaw LBJUvS to risk war to have peace WASHINGTON APj Presi dent Johnson says the United States must be prepared to risk war to keep its freedom yet ready to seek just compro mise to achieye peace This was Johnsons keynote message Sunday as he endeda three day trip into Michigan and Minnesota He took up the matter of war andpeace in his only nonpoliticar speech of the trip at a Swedish Day festiva in Minneapolis i Facing thousands of cheering Minnesotans who stood under shade trees in Minnehaha Park Johnson said Today as always At a na tion is to keep its freedom i must be prepared to risk war When necessary we will take that risk But as long as I am president I will spare neithe my office nor myself in th quest for peace The U S attorney general told loreign Minister Adam Rapac i that Poland has a unique op xrtunity to supply a bridge of understanding between the Unit dStates and the SovietUnion US rsources said lCennedy Poland cdiild play a key role in improving elatipns because of its mem ership in the Soviet1 bloc and he strong ties between the Po ish and American people They met for dinner at1 Jab onna Palace a former royal lunting lodge 10 miles from Warsaw They also were be Only reason is to aid Scranton WASHINGTON Henry Cabot Lodge de lared Monday that he considered ita higher duty for lim to return home and fight for the Republican pres dential nomination for lieved to have discussed th German territories seized by Poland after World War II The Western allies have not official ly recognized these as perma nent Polish territory The meeting followed a tri umphant tour of Warsaw by the visiting American despite an of ficial news blackout on his ar rival press and ra dio maintained silence on the visit but word got around An lov William Scranton than o remain as US ambassa or to South Viet Nam He told a White House news onference after receiving a lowing farewell from Prcsi dept Johnson that he felt the war in South Viet Nam was on the track while folt he Republican party is not on ing he track Affirm ing that he did not be leve it was too late for Scran on to head off the frontrun ning Sen Barry Goldwater for his partys presidential nomi nation Lodge strongly indicated he would attempt to enlist for mer President Dwight D Ei senhowers active support for Scranton Lodge helped engineer Eisen howers nomination in 1952 Lodge returned to a theme he had hammered upon his ar rival four hours earlier at An drews Air Force Base the duty of both political parties to nominate men who are pruden and not impulsive He said that the president o the United States is the man who makes the decision abou theuse of the atomic bomb That is something that is veryreal he said There is a threshold below which no party should go in nominating a man for the pros idency he emphasized Both parties should nomi nate for president a man whc is not impulsive or imprudent Speaking at planeside upon his return at am CST think Gov Scranton is one of our best men Lodgereports to Johnson Mon day on his 10 months in the em MET BY SUCCESSOR f AP Photofax Henry Cabot Lodge battled Southeast Asian nation 0f t poses with General Maxwell D Taylor Chair Lodge said he does not ex ma of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at Andrews Air pect to become the campaign Base in Washington Lodge resigned his manager for Scranton but i post as ambassadoi to Viet Nam to return to the expect to do a little tolephon United States to help Gov William Scranton m his Police chief charged with many HOMESTEAD Fla lice Chief Thomas Hoban was arrested by his own men Sun day night on these charges Driving while intoxicated Making an improper left estimated6000 Poles jammed Lodge declared flatly i can the narrow streets around St Johns Cathedral Kennedy emerged from Mass Shouts of Long live Ken nedy and Long live America greeted the attorney general his wife Ethel and two sons as turn they rode streets through Warsaw I am not running for presi dent but if 1 were I wish you could all come to the United States to vote Kennedy told a crowd in front of Warsaw Uni versity The Kennedys sat on the roof of US Ambassador John M He thus disclosed hij inten ion to work directly among eiegatcs to the Republican National Convention Irying to witch their support from Gold water to Scranton s Told by newsmen that there has been a certain lack of sup port for Scranion among the delegates Lodge replied I hope that is going to change drive for the Republican presidential nomination Gen Taylor will replace him as ambassador to Viet Nam not be drafted He said the whole point of hi resigning the very interesting post in South Viet Nam was t come back and help Gov Wi Ham W Scranton in his driv for the Republican nomination Lodge disclosed that he will appear at the Republican party Platform Committee in San Francisco July 8 He said he docs far at a ticket for the convention Asked for comment on Sen Barry defeat Lodge seeks in the nomination retiring envoy said Having no drivers license Having no i n s p e c t i on sticker Car not properly licensed Hoban was appointed chief June i coming here from Chi cago He was released under bond Cabots limousine and did not want to comment be when swelling crowds he wants to take a con the car The roof partly caved istructive line not a negative inland they switched to another now As for the assignment from whichhe is retiring Lodge said ie is confident of eventual vie ory overtheCommunists in South Viet Nam Lodge was asked what he ihiriks about proposals which figured in the developing politi cal debate for using atomic weapons to defoliate forests in Viet Nam and thus strip the cover from supply routes and hiding places We defoliate every day Lodge replied Using an atom ic bomb to defoliate is like us ing an atomic bomb to light a cigarette We use weed killer Lodge resigned 10 days ago to come home and help Scran ton in his campaign to win th Republican nomination awa from Goldwater Presiden Johnson accepted his resigna tion a week ago Lodge left Saigon on Sonda and flew directly to Washing ton with a refueling stop a Honolulu He looked fresh fit when he and Mrs Lodg stepped down from the militar let tanker Lodge was met by his suc cessor Gen Maxwell D Tay lor chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who will be go ing to Saigon in a few days William P Bundy assistant secretary of state William Sul livan chief of the Vietnamese task force in the State Depart ment and Mr and Mrs Archi car Pholofax WOMAN A Norwe Khrushchev arrived in the Norwegian gian policeman places his handover the capital on the last leg of his Scandina mouth of a womanwho was shouting vian tour remarks in Russian as Soviet Premier Polish television carried the rst news ofKennedys Satur ay arrival on Sunday night Newspapers carried short de criptions of his activities to ay describing the visit as pri ate Despite the press silence emperatures in the 90s and a iolent rainstorm crowds sur ouhdedKennedy all day Clearly moved by the enthusi sni Kennedy put offvhis de jarture until late Tuesday so he ould visit Roman Catholic spiritual center at izestochowa He was expected o meet the primate of Poland tefart Cardinal Wyszynski WRIGHT DIES MARLBOROUGH England Wright 94 onetime chairman of the United Nations Var Crimes Commission died Saturday Inside The Globe Editorials Sports 1 North Iowa newsIS Meson City newsH17 Clear Lake news Transit timetable 20 Classified pages 2021 got into his comment bout prudent men this vay Having been in a foreign post and seeing how the Presi dent makes decisions on life and death matters with the having control over he atomic bomb I believe both parties must nominate pruden impulsive men and 1 ne killed on weekend BV THE ASSOCIATED 1KKSS Seven persons died in Iowas weekend traffic accidents and drownings In addition three owans died accidentally in olh erstatcs and an Illinois acci dent took the life of an Iowa odtballplaycr Leo Schoeppncr 32 a farmer of near Templeton drowned in Silver Lake in Dickinson County Sunday although companions wice pulled him to their over urned boat He slipped away ach time i Schocpprier Gene Rupiper23 and Raphael Knobbe 35 both of Templeton were fishing when heir boat overturned Schoep perners body was recovered about two hours later The oth er two were saved A tire blew out and a car overturned Saturday near Havi lahd Kan killing Eugene1 Cal vin Roseleaf 39 of Keokuk Roseleafs wife Norma 33 bald Alexander and their two daughters Mrs Alexander is the sister of Mrs Lodge INDIANS KILLED NEW DELHI India Pak istani troops firing mortars killed three Indian policemen and seriously wounded two in a series of cease fire line inci dents in disputed Kashmir Fri day and Saturday India charged Returns home after mishap BRITT Larry DcKruif 20 returned to the home of hi jrothcr Rodney Sunday nigh after being the subject of a searchwhich started when Lar ry ran away from the home in fear after accidentally shootini lis nephew with a shot gun Sunday afternoon DeKruif wa carrying a loaded shotgun or the stairs of his brothers home It discharged accidentally Th shot went through a wall struck Jimmy 2 son of Rodne DeKruif Pieces of shot entered Jim mys scalp and back but cause no serious injuries The chil was taken to the Hancock Coun ty Memorial Hospital where h is reported in good condition led Sunday night of injuries uffered in the crash Steven Besler Mr nd Mrs WilliamBesler of near opkinton drowned Saturday he apparently lost1 his ooting ton the bank of a farm ond nearHopkmton and slipped nto the water l t Sandra 14 daughterof Irs Margaret Smith of West iberty drowned Saturday in he St Croix River near Hud on Wis while1 swimming with riends Lyle Smuti 19 of Libertyyille rowncd Friday night while wimmingin Lake Walton near t and a truck coliided riday night atAtlantk killing rederick H Baier iVi river of the car andhis pasV eriger James L Roland 26 of tlantic David Kestcr 6 of Gnnriell perished Friday eveningwhen a ar struck thebicyelehe was iding in Grinriell Allen Junk 21 of near Beile ruc was killed Friday evening n a farm tractor accident on a Jackson County Voad near St Donatus Richard Carle 19 of Chicago Icigbts Universityof Iowa foot jail player who was counted on as a firststring guard this fall vyas killed Saturday in the col ision of a car and a truck on a bridge just across the Missis sippi River from Dubuquc SAME Publication disputed Who let out Oswalds diary DALLAS Tex AP Lee Harvey Oswald the cold war double turncoat accused of as sassinating President John F Kennedy grew so bitter about the Soviet Union he once em braced that he called its leaders sick This and other comments on his two and a half years in the Soviet Union were reported dur ing the weekend by the Dallas Morning News in copyright sto ries based on Oswalds diary and other writings Oswald 24 was shot to dcalh Nov 24 by Jack Ruby Dallas night club operator as the ac cused man was being trans ferred to the county jail in Dal las JUiby now 51 is under a sentence of death assessed him in March for the slaying of Oswald Publication of Oswalds writ ing brought a demand for an in vestigation from William A McKenzie lawyer for the wid ow Marina Oswald In a formal news statement the lawyer said Mrs Oswald feels that the material should not be made public until the Warren Commission investigat ing the assassination issues its report McKenzie said he telephoned J Lee Rankin chief counsc for the commission who assured them that the commission did not release the material Feavhru by telephone in New York Rankin declared We dont tell what the commission docs when asked about McKen zics statement Joe Dealcy president of the A H Belo Corp which publish es the Dallas Morning News said publication of the diary came within the publics right toknow Oswald kept the diary from the time he arrived in Moscow Oct 16 1959 until about the time he left the Soviet Union in early 1962 It tells of how he applied for Soviet citizenship immediately OSWALD Continued on Page 2 W   

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