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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors I n Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 1964 10c a Pgjwr ConiliU erf Four One Associated Irtu Full LeaM 121 resume Baker probe accuses him of wrongs war WASHINGTON Senate Rules Committee ac cused Bobby Baker Wednesday of many gross improprieties saying lie used his position as secretary to the Senates Demo cratic majority to feather his own nest A report submitted to the Sen Iowa State gets plant as a gift DES MOINES AP The Iowa State University Founda tion at Ames has been given a big boost through a gift of the Solar Aircraft Co facilities in DCS Moines Solar a multi million dollar plant was idled in 1959 when its operations were moved to its plant at San Diego Calif The gift was made by the In ternational Harvester Co which bought the land and buildings in 1BGG The planr wSs unused cept for a portion leased for storage Transfer of the deeds fyas an nounced Tuesday by S C Hamilton of Chicago president of thc university foundation which plans a large cultural center on the Ames campus The foundation was created in 1958 to accept gifts from Iowa State alumni corporations and students John Rigg executive secre tary of thc foundation said about million has been do nated for the cultural center a million project The value of the Solar proper ty was not disclosed Inlcrna tional Harvester once asked million for the property Dr James H Hilton presi dent of Iowa State said efforts will be made to encourage in dustrial firms to use the facili ties and thus further improve the states economy The plant will remain on the tax rolls in DCS Moincs Quints mom reported to be expecting ABERDEEN SD and lUrs Andrew Fischer will need another crib in their new 20room home being built south west of Aberdeen Thc parents of Americas only quintuplets arc expecting an other child reportedly around the time of thc quints first birthday Sept 14 Mrs Fischer told thc Aber deen AmericanNews she would make no formal announcement of the longrumored pregnancy Everyone knows it anyway The girls and a noy were born nearly 10 months ago Thc Fischers have five other children They live in a rented home in Aberdeen while their new farm dwelling is under construc tion Fischer expects lo enter thc cattle business on their 800 acrc tract but is still working al a wholesale grocery firm ate by the committees Demo cratic majority said the manner in which Baker 30 concealed his business and financial deal ings provided convincing proof that he was fully aware of then impropriety The committees three Repub lican members filed a minority report accusing the Democrats of a coverup protesting among other things that While House aide Walter Jenkins had been protected as they put it from being called as a witness But while the GOP members said they could not concur in the majority report because the investigation has never been completed they said he ev idence did reveal gross wrong doing gross improprieties and conduct which we believe to be unlawful The Senate inquiry into Bak ers outside business dealings was touched off by a damage suit brought against him and others last year by a local vend ing machine company Baker resigned his Senate job Oct 7 and invoked the Fifth Amendments protection againsl sclfincrimination when callec before the Rules Committee as a witness The report filedby the major ity described Baker as first ol all an opportunist who was available to his friends and ac quaintanccs and they to him In general the report said he seized upon every opportu nily and there were many to further his wealthseeking am bitions UNION HEAD DIES PARK RIDGE III W Smith 55 international pres ident of the National Associa tion of Broadcast Employes and Technicians died Tuesday North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy with little temperature change through Thursday Lows Wednesday night mid to upper Ms High Thursday upper 80s WeaHtr details Page 7 Mailman only delivered part of mail WATER MILL NY After delivering mail for 30 years postman Lorin F Shipper apparently decided to deliver only the importantlooking let ters and let the rest pile up Authorities found two tons of unopened mail mostly periodi cals circulars and advertising matter in Shippers garage and in some ancient automobiles parked on his lawn It was post marked 1953 ami 1951 About 10 per cent was firstclass mail Roy Peterson Southampton postmaster said there were no complaints of missed mail Thc carrier must have deliv ered all thc mail he thought LORIN SHIPPER Put mail in garage important and just put tho rcsl away he said Tuesday Shipper 75 who retired in 1953 told postal officials he couldnt recall how the leftover mail got there Peterson said that since thc fiveyear stalulc of limitations had expired there would be no proscculion 2000015 take Japanese brides TOKYO M More than 2000 men took Japanese girls as their brides in Japan n 1D61 thc Justice minislry re ported Wednesday A survey found there had ecn 3600 irlcrnational wed dings in that year involving Japanese including 2000 Amcr can and 700 Korean bride grooms II gave no breakdown on military and nonmilitary per sonnel About 100000 American military men and their depend ents arc stationed in Japan it said i after a rally in ibuSS BEATS BREAD CRUMBS AND THE This robin adopted by the children of Dr and Mrs Don Robinson of Norman Okla finds ice cream ap petizing as well as cooling during the current 100 degreeplus weather in Oklahoma The bird is free to go and come and it returns to the Robinsons for meals Loppy Robinson 10 shown here said she was sitting on the porch eating ice cream when her feath ered friend swooped down and helped itself to a bite 2nd death in accident Gerhard Bruns 71 Titonka dont know what the reason iccamc Ihc second victim of a cither icadon crash near Garner Tuesday when he died later in OWa he day in a Mason City hos pitai Brims 76yearoid brother fj ienry had been killed in thc accident which took place on lighway 18 two miles west of Earner about am Gerhard was the driver of a ar which collided with another auto driven by Roger Doughcr four of counlies than Hancock County highway patrol Cedar Polk DCS storc sas e has 15 months to Woodbury Sioux City and Scott Polk led y 21 Chariton Dougherty was isted in serious condition in a iason City hospital Wednesday The deaths of the Bruns brothers brought to 10 the num ber of people killed in traffic accidents in Hancock County in 961 This is a record for thc county according lo Sheriff L M Dutch Brower During thc previous three years only six people wcrc killed on Hancock ounty roads Its a record and the year s only half over Brower said Wednesday I cant figure out vhal is going on Brower said ie has been in contact with he highway palrol about thc ising death loll but said they AIR GUARD PROJECT WASHINGTON fl The Air Nalional Guard hopes lo send about 30 jets piloted by week end warriors across thc Atlan ic next month to demonstrate Is ability to reinforce thc rcgu ar Air Force in Europe within lours is Through g May onlv Repo rt 55 fail to tile fax returns DES MOINES check of almost 3000 state and Joca government employes showed that 55 per cent failed to file state income tax returns mem bers of he Iowa Tax Commis sion said Wednesday Commission chairman X T rentis and Commissioner Lynn otter said the commission has collected from the 163 nonfilers found among the 2927 checked They said the check of returns is continuing though we sometimes differ as to how Todo it Commissioner Ahdrtw George out of town Wednesday was not about making a public defense of the commis sion Potter said But Prentis said he thinks George would iave attended the conference The report was one item menciencv Ch innnyt n t t r J Increased ioned at a news conference m called Prentis and Potter said o set out some of the commisfii nrrt YV iions achievements and defend sales and S t against its critics s and use taxes They said other government agencies have been asked to vaive their employes immunity o garnishment of Ordering in 1963 for the first time ever a minimum lev el of assessment of property taxes among taxing districts wl aujnuus for oucr noted that the conimis axes and some have done so Slon nas no authority to settle fhnw cnirf anv inormalifioo ji Others they said have waived any incqualilies within districts mmunity with reservations and Beginning in March to at least one the State Board of lse salcs tax inspectors to col jectjromjirms which paid their Inside The Globe Regents has refused Prentis emphasized his claim hat the three commissioners aim to collect every dollar al igurcs Thcy wcrc Linn Ihc way with 13 deaths by May 16 At that time Hancock Coun ty had seven fatalities Double funeral services are being arranged for the Brims brothers Thc rites will be held Friday at 2 pm at the Ram sey Reformed Church The Rev Arend Roskamp Parkcrsburg a retired minister will conduct thc services Burial will be in the church cemetery with the Blake Funeral Home Titonka in charge Survivors include wo sisters Ettina with whom Henry lived in Titonka and Mrs Hans Anna Bccnkcn Brill Neither brother was married SAME In fait 31 Refuses to move Theyll build store around his CITY Okla T Norton owner of tiny wood and canvas grocery wonl a 25 20 MILLION COVERED WASHINGTON mPresident Johnson has received a report stores that nearly 20 million workers arc now covered by federal forts to achieve equality in all sion might run 5 or 10 areas of employment Gov Harold HUP had he been in town Other accomplishments listed by the two included Forming two separate delin luent tax collection units into a improve of for failure to pay Editorials Society news g North Iowa news 1213 Comfcs 14 Clear Lake news 1617 Sports news sales taxes with checks backed with insufficient funds Revision of personal income tax returns forms to limit thc return to one pagefor many tax payers and improvement of otfer tax forms Use of a larger number of Reveals warning on trip Scandinavians reported angry By SEYMOUR FREIDIN lew York Herald Tribune News Service LONDON Scandinavian of ficials Wednesday still were pondering the black picture Nikita Khrushchev painted for them of the future of EastWest relations Khrushchev has returned to the Soviet Union after a three week tour through Denmark Sweden and Norway but left behind a deep sense of disquiet His trip was pleasant enough on the surface But in private talks with the top echelons of the three governments he was tough contemptuous and in transigent The trip terminated in Nor vay was filled with Khrush chevs predictions that the Coid War will soon be blowing again t its iciest He guessed that J SSoviet relations would de criorale after the U S Presi dential election in November no matter who wins it 1 So stern and uncompromising Ql was Khrushchev in his private sessions that his listeners often f became livid with rage flff ft He ascribed his predictions o ICr U nasty things to come as th fault of Americans Some of h hosts were convinced ha Khrushchev is set on a palter of whathe intends doing and i Warning the U S in advance They feel that perhaps this i Khrushchevs way of clearina the decks for action with the photolax Naylor who says she is from River dale Md was photographers parading in front of the White House with this sign She didnt mind be ing photographed but was luctant to give any informa tion on why she was picketing the White House in behalf of topless swimsuits No more hies o nniUJJti U J1 JUJ u Liuu IL1I LI II temporary employes but for ajKcd Chinese When asket shorter time earlier in the year to do basic processing of income tax returns more quickly and at less total cost Increased efficiency in use of electronic processing Potter said efficiency of the proc essing division was doubled Improved liaison with thc US Internal Revenue Service Establishment of a program of inviting industrial groups and others to recommend changes in ax laws and procedures Prentis said The Commis sion is up to date on auditing and reviewing state income ax returns Several years ago Khrushchev said repeatedly for ie said auditing was so far beK und lhat the staluatory limit for prosecution expired before some cited the lopsylurvi returns were audited and many tax returns had to be de stroyed before they could be au dited He said the Commission is al nost through reviewing returns or 1982 which were filed last year and is preparing 19C3 re turns for data processing this fall Potter said those who filed re turns before 1962 should not ness of Eastern commented that Latest markets 28 Mason City news 2839 Transit timetable 34 Classified pages 3435 Ujbreathe a complete sigh of re Iowa may allow liquor discount go on his lease and he move lo make way for building Shopping Center Constructors said Tuesday that was all right they would just build around him The store will be in the center of the new struclures plaza Dewey wont be at convention NEW YORK MVFormcr Gov Thomas E Dewcy a leading figure in Ihc Republican party and twice its candidalc for president announced Wednes day would be unable to attend the partys convention in San Francisco next week 4 i a in LI t UIJIIIIUII llldl IOC A statement issued at his law granting of discounts would be office said that recent developlegal mcnts in litigaled mailers in his office make il necessary for Licensed places in border cit him to remain in New York ics nave claimed that eslablish lief because reviewers set aside some of these for special audit ing which remains to be car ried out DES MOINES and other liquorbythcdrink li censees in Iowas border cities were waiting hopefully Wednes day for action thai would allow hem lo buy supplies from Ihc stale at discount prices Thc Iowa Liquor Conlrol Com mission has asked the atlorncy generals office to put in writing an informal opinion that the can mcnts in adjacent states buy wholesale liquor al prices lower than those al Iowas slate Tuesday that he no longer ob jects to granting of discounts and has asked the commission lo obtain a formal opinion from Ally Gen Evan Hultman Hughes a Democrat and Ilult man a Republican oppose each other for governor in the gen eral election Hultman said recently he did not believe the policy of charg ing the same rclail and whole sale prices of bottled liquor in Iowa should be maintained es pecially in competitive border cilics Hullman indicated however that if discounts are granted they could not be limited to ncr discount allowed by the Iowa Liquor Conlrol Harold ri Hughes said he would like sec discounts limited to licensed NfKITA KRUSHCHEV Says hell get tough about the SovietChinese quar el he said he would take care of that personally There wouldnt be any Europe and the USSR would soon regularize affairs here On several key issues in which he West is engaged with the Soviels Khrushchev scoffed The disarmament talks in Gen eva he is reported to have said vere just a holding operation They amounted to little he de clared and it was a question of who would break them off first Thc US or the Russians The Americans would disen gage from them Khrushchev predicted because Ihe Russians have more stamina Also the Americans in his view really Jont want disarmament All hey want is to hold on until nftcr next November he be lieves Youll communicate this o your friends thc observed Khrushchev Thc assessment in Scandina via was that Khrushchev ob viously intended these remarks be transmitted lo Washing ton Two of the countries he vis and Denmark are members of NATO Thc third Sweden is traditionally neutral but Western in outlook On Germany Khrushchev sug ested something in thc nature of a shock treatment He diclnl spell it out but he seemed to enjoy the fact that thc West misinterpreted his most recent treaty with Communist East Germany Thc act might well he said pave the way for a separate treaty with East Germany He given advance warning lo He docs not intend lo give Ihe uuta nut miuiui io give me establishments but was told it West any advance notice of thc could not be done big lca lhc 5CMralc troaty ATLANTA day was a happy anniversary for Lucy McDonald It is anniversary of her bout with the hiccups The 38yearold redhaired mother o f three says sha couldnt be happier The hic c u p s stopped about a week ago M r s McDonald received thousands of letters tele grams and telephone calls after an Associated Press tory described her plight Most suggested home reme dies for curing the hiccups The remedy which appar ently cured her came from a druggist for whom she now works The pharmacisl Roy Failh aid I just gave her a drug which is commonly used I annot say what it was bc ause I am not a physician and I cannot prescribe The mportant thing is thai she is cured Whether the hiccups have one for good is a question ul Mrs McDonald says this s the longest period of lime she has been able lo breathe vith ease in a year You cant imagine how hankful I am she said It s such a little thing lo be able 0 breathe wilhoul hiccuping This was the worst year olt my life Mrs McDonald was a wait until she lost her job because waitresses arent sup posed to hiccup constantly She tried several other jobs 5ach time she was dis charged because of the hic cups She now works behind soda fountain in the drug store LUCY MCDONALD ith East Germany which would nilalcrally lurn over control of cccss roules lo Berlin lo itinist Whon could lis happen Soon toon wni ic Icrsp reply   

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