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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                KENYA LEADER Prime Minister Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya gets into Die spirit of things by dancing with a barefoot Kikuyn tribal woman on his farm at Gatundu Kenya Antipay hike efforts killed WASHINGTON AP The Senate completes action Thurs day on a federal pay raise bill after voting to retain in it a yearly in crease for each member of Con gress Thc senators beat down three efforts Wednesday to strike out thc increases foiv senators and representatives Scnatc passage send tjjfd legislation back to the Hpuscfoc consideration of several changes thc Senate made in the original bill vote Reds kill 29 Viet troops kill 104 in SAIGON South Viet Nam Viet Cong guerrillas am bushed and destroyed an army convoy in the jungles of the central highlands Wednesday killing 9 government troops But thc Vietnamese Defense Ministry also reported Thursday that government forces killed 104 guerrillas in a mopping up operation a few miles north of the ambush The ninetruck convoy was hit along Houte 19 where a whole French mobile brigade was wiped out in The convoy was making its way with military supplies from the coastal city of Qui Nhon 250 miles north of Saigon to Plciku in the interior of the country The Viet Cong smashed the trucks with mines then overran them They gathered up a ma chine gun and 30 individual weapons before melting into the jungle The Defense Ministry said many government troops were wounded and five were missing It said the Viet Cong lost three men In the operation 25 miles north of Pleiku government troops found many Viet Cong bodies and captured consider able supplies of Communist weapons the Defense Ministry said The operation had been going on for some time and ended Wednesday on schedule A terrorist lobbed in explof siye device in Saigon Thursday slightly injuringvtwo American servicemen and a Chinese pas serby The incident occurred on a sidewalk near a US officers billet at 7 am An American spokesman said one of the sol diers WMhit by frMmepU the his lej whenfb dropped to the ground to avoid the blast i The US combattoll to 149 dead Wednesday wherf a Viet Cong sniper killed the pilot of a medical evacuation hetlcop ter in the Mekong River delta 53 miles southwest of Saigon The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CtTY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 2 19M 10c Paper Consisfi ol Two Associated PriM Full NO m gets rights bill Dean of lawyers is dead i Roscoe Pound was greatest CAMBRIDGE Mass AP Roscoe Pound considered in legal circles the greatest living authority on law though he nev er earned a law degree dice Wednesday night at the age of 93 Denies Ike to nominate Scranton NEW YORK AP Former President Dwight D Eisenhowl crs son John has denied a re port carried by thc National Broadcasting Co that his fath er would nominate Gov Wil liam W Scranton for president at the Republican convention Its not true said John Ei senhower Wednesday night at his home in Gettysburg Pa He said that with him were his father and mother celebrating their 18th wedding anniversary Pennsylvanias Gov Scranton asked about the report said in Eugene Ore Not that 1 know of In the three key Wednesday thc Senate Defeated 60 to 2T an amend ment of Sen Winston L Prouly RVt to knock out the million in raises for the 100 sen ators and 435 House members Turned back 64 to 21 a pro posal of Sen Jack Miller R Iowa to delete million fn pay increases for members of Congress and their staffs fed eral executives and US judges Rejected 53 to 32 an amend ment of Sen William Proxmirc DWis to eliminate the million of increases for senators and representatives and their staffs Proxmire conceded he was having trouble with my wife on this issue but said m sound arguments had been advanced for raising congressional pay from to How can we say we are cut ting government spending when we raise our own pay 33 13 per cent be asked and then add ed Only one family in the na tion out of 50 now receives 500 or more All of us know fill well it doesnt take any increase to get competent talcnlad and able men to run for Congress RUSK TO REST WASHINGTON of Slate Dean Rusk plans to take several days vacation one of the very few he has had in his 3V4 years in the position Death came to the formci larvard Law School ectionatcly called the granc old man of law in Harvards Slillman Infirmary h lad been living in rcccn months A memorial service will b conducted Tuesday inMemoria Churchin Yard Union discrimination Historic labor racial ruling WASHINGTON W iircak ng historic ground thc Na ional Labor Relations Board fountl a union guilty of racial liscriminatioi Thursday and tripped it of its certification In a broad opinion with pos siblenational impact the ma jority decision said whenever a union causes discrimination based on race it has com miltcd an unfair labor prac tice according to the rule The action the first of its kind by thc NLRB was against thc Independent Metal Workers Union which main tained separate tocals for white and Negro members at Hughes Tool Co in Houston Tex The case involved the com plaint of a member of the Ne gro local whose application f o an apprenticeship avail able only to white members was rejected by the union Thc fivemember boards decision to revoke certification on grounds of illegal coercion was unanimous although two members gave more limited reasons for their finding The minority said Congress never intended the National Labor Relations Act to deal with racial discrimination ex cept w hen based on union membership as in this case The majority opinion wasby members Boyd Leedom Ger ald A Brown and Howard Jenkins Jr Chairman Frank W McCulloch and member John H Fanning wrote the minority view The majority said the un ions refusal to process ihc grievance of the Negro mem ber Ivory Davis because of his race amounted to refusal to bargain collectively with the employer The revocation of the un ions official ccrtifica t i o n means that another union may petition for certification at the plant ROSCOE POUND Never got taw degree Pound was a familiar figure I generations of Harvard men In 1961 an association of fellow lawyers have called Pound thc man whom lawyers recognize as the greatest stu dent of common law of all time On Pounds 92nd birthday Chief Justice Earl Warren said of him His devotion tothc law his contributions to the ed ucation of members of both the bench and bar and his great contributions to the jurispru dence of our country have not been excelled in our history Pound went to Harvard to POUND Continued on Page 2 FBI called in on case at Fenton ALGONA Kossuth Countj Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst Thurs ohlhei of investigation1 arid the FBI to aid in the investigation of a series of breakins in Fenton According to the sherif thieves entered the Farmers CoOp Elevator by prying open a back door An attempt to pry open thc safe failed and no money was obtained They lef behind a wrecking bar after breaking a pop cooler to gc one bottle of pop At the Fenfon Lumber Com pany the back door was price pen and S192 in cash taken an unlocked steel filing abinct The safe at Weisbrocl Imple lent Company was peeled1 ntl in cash taken Tber hey pried open a side door t ntcr the building The dial was broken off tb ault of the Fenton office of th irst Trust and Savings Ban f Armstrong No money wa akcn as they failed to open th ault At Eiglers Drugstore th door was pried open to cr cr and thc back door pric pen when they left Missin ere in change anct misce nneous merchandise Thc stor ras ransacked Thc door was pried open a he Chicago North Western ation The safe was emptj nd had been left unlocked bthing else was disturbed Unemployment hits 1 million for first time WASHINGTON ncnt climbed more than on million in June as school youth loodcd thc labor market pusi ng thc nations jobless rate u o 53 per cent thc Labor De lartment said Thursday KNEES NEED NUDGE Debbi on neighbors porch at Seattle ThTof Shlndlcr 7 erica as three anxious po ficers finally loosened Debbis stiK lice officers try to free her from pickets knees with some household shortening HOME ARE THE KENNEDYS Attv Oen i r r i i Ihiitorav Airport in New York From left are Sons Robert r i i rr i in icw juin nuill itHl ue SOUS KOOeit Robert Kennedy and some of his family pose after ar and Joseph wife Ethel and their daughter Kath rival irom Europe at John F Kennedy International leen Johnson to sign quickly Court tests are promised WASHINGTON AP Con gress finally completed action on the civil rights bill Thursday as the House passed the1 historic measure and sent it to the White House to besigned into law House approval of the Senate passed bill brought to an end a yearlong legislative struggle conducted against a background of rising racial tensions The vote was 289 to 126 Vot ing for the bill were 153 Demo crats and 136 Republicans Against it were 91 Democrats and 35 Republicans President Johnson is expect ed to hopes its barsagainst discrimi nation will help ease the pres sure of civil rights demonstra tions and countermeasures tak en to oppose them Negro leaders have promised a quick tnsi of some of the bills provisions and some Southern members of Congress have pre dicted the first results of its passage will be increased vio lence not a lessening of it The House originally passed its own version of thc bill last February 290 to 130 In the Senate Southerners battled the bill with a threemonths debate but on June 10 the Senate final ly passed it 72 to 27 in a revised form That sent the bill back to the House There was talk at one time that the President would sign Wollin leads in 6th District convention by slim margin SPENCER 6th DisiJohn Powers of Esthervillc 85 trict Republican convention re mained deadlocked Thursday on the 15th ballot in their effdrt to name a candidate for Congress The continuing stalemate which left all six candidates far from thc 275 votes needed for nomination prompted a discus sion among Ihe 18 county chair men to eliminate the low can didate on each ballot as a means of solving the lietip The sudden death plan was proposcd by Maurice TePaskesalcs pledged from Woodbury State Rep Washburn Steele of Cherokee 30 and Lee Smith of Correctionvillc none Merry a sociology professor at Bucna Vista College was leading with 170 votes at thc end of thc 14th ballot Wednesday night but lost ground in over night maneuvering which up Each drew only one vote on the 14th ballot released the 23 Chero kee County delegates supporting him on the seventh ballot and most of them joined the Merry drive Merry a Presbyterian minis ter was the top vote getter in the June 1 primary election with L ciucuon wiin parent y swung some of his 6279 voles But neither he nor strength to Steele and others six othcr primary contend Wallin helped by thc 131 dele of Sioux Center chairman of the Sioux County delegation However several chairmen including Ervin Hutchinson of Sioux City questioned the legai At thc same time total preventing a delegate iloymcnt hit a high of 719 milfrom voting for men who had ion thc Bureau of Labor Stahccn nominated at the conven lion istics said Thc unemployment increase Tnc chairmen then decided to vas about 100000 more lhanmcct wilb thc six candidates to isual for June and the cmployiscc if tlicy could agree on a ment increase of 830000 was solution which would end the about 400000 less than expected i convention second rt i if Scranton fears lifeless spirit EUGENE Ore AP Thc Republican parly is in grave danger of being taken over by men of lifeless spirit Pcnn syvania Gov William W Scran ton told the Oregon GOP here Thursday In remarks prepared for thc Oregon Republican convention Scranlon secking the GOP pres idential nomination contended thc parly needs a spirit of ex uberant forwardlooking Rcpub day Thc 15th ballot had Lee Wall in of Sioux City in thc lead with voles Dwayne Merry of Storm Lake had 138 Slate Howard Sokol of Siblcy 132 Dr County led on 11 ballots but dropped down to 166 votes on thc 14th ballot Sokol who topped the voting on thc llth ballot had 129 votes on thc 14th Fourth with 82 votes was Dr John Powers of Esthcrville who indicated he might break the deadlock Thursday by throwing his support to another candi date Two oilier candidates state Rep Washburn Steele of Chero kee and Lcc Smith of Correc tionvillc were out of thc running crs for the GOP nomination re ccived the required 35 per cent of thc total vote So the nominee had to be picked at a district convention Merrys showing surprised North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy with little temperature change through Friday Scattered thunder showers possibly locally h e a v y Thursday evening Lows Thursday night in the 60s Highs Friday in 10j Weather Details on Page 2 Inside The Globe itoriils Comics many of the GOP delegates who had speculated lhat he night not do as well in conven Lion as he did with the voters of the district since he is not a veteran party worker Sokol Wallin and Powers have long records with the Republican party Sokol a widely known businessman is serving his first term in thc Iowa House Wallin worked in the 6th Dis trict for US Rep Charles Hoevcn but resigned last spring lo run for the office when Ho even announced he planned to retire Powers has worked for thc party thc local level foi many years There had been talk abou 5 drafting Hoevcn to seek an lit FVH Oil Jt I H Mason City news in order lo break the con Latest markets deadlock The delegate North Iowa news ijapprovcd rules which limitc Sports news MOjvoling to those persons vh sought the office in thc primary complete all its major legisla tion and adjourn prior to thc Clear Lake Society news Ill But thc rules can be nt 10 10 UK Transit timetable Impended by a twothirds majoril opening of the Democratic Nn Classified pages 1415iof thc delegates jtionil Convention Aug 24 A V V Photofax HANDY GADGET Capt Henry Overman head of thc police departments traffic bureau at Cedar Rapids can alert any police unit within three miles of him with this small transistorized radio re K rslaurants ceiver left and transmitter the bill with a big ceremony on July Day but thc White House decided in stead on quick action Presidential press secretary George E Reedy said that Johnson conferred with House Speaker John W McCormack and othcr House officers and plans to sign it as soon as it gets down here He said that it looks like there will be a statement and ceremony early this evening Radio and television networks will be offered the opportunity for live coverage of the event Reedy said In speaking of early evening Reedy apparently meant the period beyond 6 pm For more than a year the bill was the subject of intensive ne gotiating in both the House and Senate before it finally emerged as a compromise package sup ported by Democratic and Re publican leaders in Congress Thc bill wraps into one big bundle a number of measures designed to help Negroes achieve equality in nearly all phases of national life into which the federal government can reach It bars discrimination In em ployment both un ions and in ho The radio and re ceiver attaches easily to the bell that allows Overman free dom of movement No need lo be near his own car radio to contact othcr police men MAY ADJOURN EARLY WASHINGTON fl Mike Mansfield Senate Democratic leader said Wednesday it may be possible for Congress to public H arms the government with powers to cut off federal RIGHTS Continued 2 SAME   

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