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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1964, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that makes alt North lowans neighbors J Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY UOc a Paper Conslilj of Two One Frew Fu Wlref No 122 Victory cries echo again in Goldwater camp CHICAGO Barry eoates to the nonunion NQ CHICAGO Barry Goldwalcrs smashing success with Uic Illinois delegation prompted his backers Wednes day to renew predictions of an early ballot victory for the Re publican presidential nomina tion Goldwater was jubilant after winning 48 of he 58 Illinois del egates to the Republican Na tional Convention while Penn sylvania Gov William Scranton failed to pick up a single vote This is the biggest boost for Goldwatcrs campaign since the California primary said Hayes Robertson a staunch Goldwater delegate and former Cook Coun ty GOP chairman TIME FOR DECISION Sen Barr tTct 10 catch plane Before leav n Chicago Hints Barry a warmonger SALT LAKE CITY Utah Gov Wil Jiam W Scranton said Wednes day Sen Barry Goldwater is playing the warmongers game in proposing use of mili tary force to solve some inter national problnnir Scranton hi ii licvcs Goldwater the Iroiitnm These are reckless propo sals Scranton said They are the very opposite of the calm strength with which President Dwight D Eisenhower for eight years maintained the worlds peace uack returned ljs at ucvcs uoiciwatcr the irontnmi Jt ncr for the R e p b j c a n f1 utSdO to before presidential nomination in MR nllnois GOP convention dele presidential nomination in his heart wants peace L Isn f he playtng the warScranton a selbackbut one he mongers game when he prosaid he had expected poses authorizing field com manders to use tactical nuclear weapons on their initiative when he suggests sending Ma rines to capture the Guantana 3110 water he asked Typhoon toll climbs Throngs left homeless MANILA figure from Typhoon Winnie soared Wednesday as reports of death and destruction from one of the worst storms ever to smash through Manila started trickling in from stricken areas The Philippine News Service and local newspapers reported 4l dead although the Red Cross listed only 11 fatalities The Red Cross reported 275 injured and 376897 homeless in cities and provinces of central Luzon Is land hit by the typhoon CONDUCTOR horn Pierre Montcux 89 a commanding figure among or chestra conductors for half a century died early Wednes day at his home after a long ttlncss North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy with little temperature change through Thursday Widely scattered thundorsho w e r s Wednesday night low in the 40s Show ers and thunderstorms Thurs day highs in middle Weather Details on 2 GQP convention gates inhis presidential bid The 58vote delegation handed Despite gloom in the gover nors party the wake of the IHinois results Scranton turned his campaign westward to woo delegations in Utah Washing ton and Oregon Scranton said in a statement I do agree with my oppon ent for the Republican nomina tion for president of the United States that within five or 10 years our country is going to be in a real nuclear war or else be subjugated without war I have not given up on free dom said Scranton I have not given up on America and I haveinot given up on maintain ing thepeace of the world Will work out car contract in Detroit DETROIT AP United Auto Workers President Walter P Rculher said Wednesday a new contract between the UAW and Ford Motor Co will be worked out i in Detroit where cars arc made not in Washing ton Rcuthcrs Lit made at a news conference jvxijuuv nor to opening of negotiations tcr rations in Hong Kong are inliirnnn J i i between Ford and the UAW Robertson and other Goldwat cr supporters said the strong Illinois vote for the Arizona sen ator would have national impact and should result in an easy firstballot victory for him The poll of delegates was tak en after Goldwaler and Scran ton made separate appearances before the group at closeddoor sessions Tuesday Sen Everett M Dirksen who had been uncommitted started the momentum for Goldwater by casting the first vote for him Before the meeting Goldwat ers Illinois strength had been listed at 39 votes in surveys by The Associated Press The 10 delegates who did not support Goldwater in Tuesdays session declined to back any candidate Scranton although obviously disappointed contended his poor showing did not deal a fatai blow to his candidacy He said his decision to address the Illi nois delegation was intended to arouse he public and not to gain delegates at this time He said the overwhelming Goldwater support in the Illinois delegation did not surprise me or shock me Goldwaler although elated over the outcome would not claim the nomination was wrapped up Money battles Try to cut LBJ aid bill WASHINGTON AP The House votes Wednesday on the foreign aid appro priations bill with Rep otto E assman set to make a lastditch attempt to cut the measure The Louisiana Democrat who has led successful efforts to trim aid measures year after year will try to cut the present bill to billion before the final House vote Unlike past however Passman will not have the sup port of the House Appropriations Committee which has a new chairman Rep George H Tylahon DTex Mahon asked the House Tues day to support President John son in his first full fiscal year But Passman with sweeping I have no ax to grind Im very fond of my President But you and I know he doesnf know anything about this bill So far Johnson has been un usually successfu with the bill which often has been shredded in the appropriation stage The votes Wednesday however will be the most crucial so far in the long legislative process that for eign aid moves through every year LBJ will sign rights bill as soon as possible WASHINGTON AP Con gressional sources said Wednes day President Johnson plans to sign the civil rights bill as soon as it gets to him perhaps Thurs day night Earlier suggestions that the President sign the measure on July have been rejected they said because the White House docs not feel that it would be appropriate to share Indepen dence Day with any other his oric event NORMAL RATIONS HONG KONG Hong Kong goes back on normal water ra ions Wednesday after 13 months BUSY IN Ham bcrantbn puts a Hand to his head as he faces mm in ChicagoV 63 tax take hits a record in the state DES MOINES AP Iowa tax collections reached a record a continued growth in total bust total of in the fiscal ness that ended Treasurer M L said Thursday S8c He said that is an increase of 567 per cent from the 796 the states special taxes and iquor profits produced in the iscal year that ended June 30 Abrahamson year Individual u nikvi 1J 1I1UJ1L1IO was of two buckets daily per person because of drought Normal wa cight hours supply a day 1963 Gov Harold Hughes ex pressed satisfaction with the evenue increase This reflects what I have been saying all along the gov ernor said We arc experienc ing a trend in development which gives hope for the future Id like to see i continued Hultman Let strength of U S lie in Congress SPENCER Atty Gen Evan Hultman called Wednesday for the election of men of strength and determi nation to preserve the power of the legislative branch of fed eral government In a speech prepared for de livery at the 6th District Repub lican Convention Hullmnn said The great strength must lie and must remain with the men of the Congress who with no exceptions are responsible and answerable to the people Northwesf were meeting to choose their candidate for Congress in what arty leaders predicted would wiclc convention The convention opened 30 minutes Intc The morning ses sion was marked by a 90minutc dispute over rules which will govern selection of a candidate t Hultmans plane was forced to land at Fort Dodge by a wind and rain storm and he contin ued on to Spencer by car Tht attorney general Hit strength of the executive branch has grown to such an extent in the last 32 years that one rifle shot by a crazed lunatic last November shook not only 180 million Americans but the world itself Hultman charged lhal today economic power of such mag nitude rests with one man that he can dispense with the free dom of collective bargaining under the guise of its being in the public welfare Recent Supreme Court deci sions Hultman said repeal a judicial system so powerful and so removed from the checks and balances that they assume they can take over thn law making function from the people and their representatives and thus leave no checks and great imbalances Fred W Benson of Sheldon GOP chairman of the 6th Dis trict said he thought the con vention could develop into quite a battle with none of the six men in the running con sidered a favorite Voting by delegates from 18 northwest counties wasnt ex pected to begin until afternoon afterAtty Gen Evan Hultman made the keynote speech not last as long as the State DISTRICT Continued on Page 2 Sales tax collections reflected Tilev totaled income taxes showed a gain of 657 per cent and corporation income taxes an increase of 888 per cent from the 12 months ended in mid 19G3 Individual income taxes pro duced in the year just closed compared with 058222 in the previous fiscal year The corporation tax take was up from Abrahamson said nonresident income taxes dipped slightly from in the 19G263 fiscal year to in the 12 months just closed But he said the change resulted from a technical change in the law made by the 1963 legislature and is not significant The use tax also recorded a slight gain from in 196263 to in 196364 The largest jump percentage wise was in state liquor profits reflecting the first year of oper ation under Iowas new liquor by the drink law Revenue in creascd 2895 per cent Liquor profits for the fiscal year totaled com pared with in the last prcliquor by year Motor vehicle fuel taxes for the fiscal year came to 706 up 248 per cent from the previous years The bulk of this money goes into the road use tax fund for highway and street construction and maintenance rather than into the general fund Benson said the convention Another of road MM i T Lax rcvenuccollcclkns of the Safety Department TAXES Continued on Page 2 for EAGER BEAGLES FOR GOLDWATER00 ie bpagles and we just dont like to get our ears pulled could he the thought behind the signs on these dogs that were paraded around a Cincinnati suburb by young Mary Warrington The dogs are owned by Marys aunt Mrs William Moonev who posted the Bible proverb and Goldwater signson the animals 4 Scranton hopes turn toward Ike WASHINGTON AP Govjvania govrnor before a Na William W Scrantons supporttional Press Club luncheon and crs rebuffed in Illinois clung to thr hope Wednesday that Gen icncc Wednesday I5ut all that Lodge reported Dwight D Eisenhower would r f 4lV mmutc conforence help prevent Son Barrv at water from getting the top L sPllaJ Tuesday dcntial nominnluTn i thal thc would announce his preference who for the nomination by the lime dcntial nomination Henry Cabot Lodge came home from his ambassa dorial post in South Viet Nam with the avowed intention of promoting Scranlons candidacy had another opportunity to make a case for the Pennsyl DOCTOR DIES NEW YORK W Dr A Ray mond Dochcz 82 noted bac teriologist who made major contributions in the fight against pneumonitis and infectious di seases died Tuesday after a long illness he goes to the San Francisco convention on July 12 Lodge conceded in a hospital steps news conference that he was being somewhat mysterious in saying that he was on the whole happy with his conver sation with Eisenhower Asked if Eisenhower whom he helped nudge into the 1952 successful race for the GOP mentioned him as a possible substitute for Scranlon to buck Goldwater Lodge replied that the subject didnt even come up WASHINGTON r of proposed amendments louded plans of Senate leaders Vednesday for prompt passage a pay raise for ome 17 million federal work rs including members of Con ire ss Majority Leader Mike Mans eld DMont said that he had oped to complete action on the Houseapproved bill late Wed esday but that this might not be ossible If another day is necessary Mansfield said he would try for an agreement to limit debate nd assure passage Thursday vhen the Senate is scheduled to iuit until next Monday for a uly 4th holiday Opponents of the proposed Senate argues pay raise bill 75QO salary boost for members 3f Congress promised a floor fight but backers of the in crease expressed confidence o success They said that if the Hous could go along with this crease when all of its members are up for election this year Funds for aged may run short DES MOINES The 1965 egislature may find out that unds available for the new fed ralslate Medical Aid to the ged MAA program will run ul sooner than expected next ear This possibility arose Tuesday n a report of State Welfare Board officials to the MAA ad isory council showing that ad ministrative costs have climbed o more than a month In addition the number of eligible persons over 65 who re ceived MAA grants during May was higher than anticipated and the active rolls were still hisher 1 Jumi federal funds under s year r the Senate should be abe to do s act im nmtchlny np so without difficulty Only one third of the senators must fac the voters this fail The bill covers about 17 mil lion classified civil service and postal workers and also all fed eral executives and US judges as well as senators and reprc entatives President Johnson has been nishing hard for prompt action n the measure asserting the xecutive raises arc essential to etain key personnel in his ad ministration Senate Republican Leader Ev rett M Dirksen of Illinois told reporter he would like to see ie bill amended to give a 00 raise to members of Con ress the same as that which vould be granted Cabinet mem ers He conceded that the chances or this seemed to be slim Con ressmen are now paid nnually Sens William Proxmire D and Frank J Lauschc D hio pledged a fight to knock ut the congressional increases rguing that a one third pay aise was not justified To improve way 30 AMES The Iowa High ay Commission voted ay to proceed as fast as pos bfe to resurface U S High ay 30 between Tama and edar Rapids at a tost of liltion A study completed recently n the 55mile segment showed ic condition of the road varies rom excellent to poor Chief Engineer L M Clausen aid the results doubtlessly onfirm what the average driv i111N r has already concluded about Tnc ic extreme roughness of many dug ections of the pavement tion propriations made by the last legislature made about Jion available for the program It had been expected that these funds would last until July 1 19G5 but at the current rato he money will be gone by April he council was told Administrative costs have i mounted to about 12 per cent the totai paid out which was 432770 to 3467 persons in May Lawrence Putney chairman if the State Board of Social Wei are said that handling of ap lications investigating the ap ilicants and payments to the iscal agent which totaled 91 in May have added to tht administrative costs Case workers have spent con iderable lime investigating vhether an applicant has hcaltlj nsurance Putney said Iowa counties may get cut in hospital rates DES MOINES AP Iowa puntics may receive a reduc ion in charges assessed for tho are of patients they send to tate mental hospitals The State Board of Control re cived informal notice from Wif am Yost assistant attorney encral Tuesday that it has uthority to change the policy f assessing the counties for uch patients A formal ruling is expected a tor from Ally Gen Evnti lultman It could result in re ucmg the cost per patient up GO cents a day if the board changes the policy It now costs a county around or a day to keep a patient in n stalo nienlal hospital Clauson estimated total cost f the improvement at SlYOii hoard now hnsis id s to a county in propor Hie amount allotted by 00 Inside The Globe Editorial Comics Society news 101115 Sports news JMg North Iowa news 19 Latest markets 20 Mason City news 2021 Clear Lake J22324 Transit timetable 25 Classified pages 252627 tho legislature for operation nml maintenance of the state insti tution to which the patient ii sent The assessment could bo lower if based only mental treatment rendered SAME DATE1H5J74 rn ct
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