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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Goldwater in full command M w w delegation vote expected either Sunday or bc pre could consistently and con place as well as a larce chunk Editor SAN FRANCISCO Sen Barry Goldwater has the delei gales here They arc in calm full command The hopes of Gov William W Seranton now rest solely with the people Seranton said so in a Friday afternoon press conference He was asked the basis of his hopes for nomination The sunburned Seranton lifted his chin cocked quizzical eyebrow and said 1 am getting telegrams and mail in amounts so tremendous that they will have a resound ing effect on the delegates The governor said the mail is being sorted and will be pre scnted to the delegates Seranton speaks in specifics He asked the platform commit tee to declare the civil rights bill to be1 constitutional and to take a stand against the John Birch Society for example Goldwater asks for broad statements He avoids the particulars that could lead to unsettling fights on the floor of the convention which opens next Monday Only once has Goldwater publicly abandoned his low keyed approach That was when George Parker of Washington D C a member of the plat form committee asked how he couid consistently and con scientiously enforce the civil rights law in light of his vote and arguments against it Goldwaters voice rose both in pitch and feeling He said his integrity had been questioned Supporters clapped and cheered The senator said he would en force the law as President He was cheered some more Park er jsat down The Iowa headquarters in the Mark Hopkins Hotel had a de layed opening Seems the suite it was to oc cupy had been assigned to an excowboy Gene Autry Hard fellow to move He owns the place as well as a large chunk of the Los Angeles Angels and other parts of California The lowans got in late Fri day The Iowa delegation will be fully assembled by Sunday Robert Ray of DCS Moines state chairman said the first meet ing will be Sunday in the Mark Hopkins high on aristocratic Nob Hill Only the Iowa and Pennsyl vania delegations are housed in the Mark along with headquar ters for Goldwater and Scran ton The first vole on presidential preference possibly will come Sunday probablyon Monday said Ray Iimagine most del egates will want lo get their feet oh the ground before a vole Goldwaler people lay claim lo 11 of Iowas 24 delegates Scran ton supporters count six or eight with the remainder un committed Ray has been here a week serving on the rules commitlee along wilh Mrs Barbara Ells worlh of Dubuquc Sen Bourke C Hickcnlooper leader of the Iowa delegation and Mrs Anna Lomas of Red Oak are on the plalform com mittee that has held center stage this week The lone lowan to appear be fore the platform committee was Kenneth Joslin farm ad visor to Atty Gen Evan Hull man the Iowa GOP candidate for governor Joslin farms near Minburn with his fatherinlaw E Howard Hill former Iowa Farm Bureau president He called the Democratic ad ministration farm policy of supply management for agri culture a serious threat to American agriculture and the total economy of the nation Joslin asked for a voluntary land retirement program with cross compliance and vigor ously opposed all compulsory quotas and allotment programs for feed grain and livestock farmers The lowan also said he favors trade and tariff policies that will permit the expansion of dol lar markets I feel that high protective tariffs are not the answer to farm trade and will only result in trade wars added Joslin The paraphernalia of the con venlion ranges from the GoJd waler Girls under 21 and Gals over 21 to the cmnipres enl piles of television equip ment not to mention television people The TV booms cameras ca bles and miscellaneous tUiff draped over every convention point Cameras point suspicious ly at each hotel newcomer and the big white lights play eter nally Its impressive iti also a mess The Scranlon campfollowers had an awful time of it the first day out as the lean and fit gov ernor walked up Goat Hill lead ing from the Hilton Hotel to Mark Hopkins Fifty folks start ed with him Twenty finished No candidate can afford to lose supporters that fast The governor is driving these days The newspaper that makes Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 11 W UOc copyJThls Paper Consists of Two One Aisociated Press Full Lease No 131 Mason Cityan is killed in wreck Cartruck mishap near Meservey Ernest V Shackelford 35 Frij day was killed when his car colJ lided with a truck at the crest of a hill on Cerro Gordo Coun ty Road A two miles north of Meservey Sheriff Jerry Allen and Depu Rpbertf Balek had the car in an erratic manner immediately before the crash Mrs Fred Edna Meservey driver was listed in good urday at a Belmorid She is suffering from a concus sion conltisions and abrasions Shackelford an of Northwestern Bell Telephone Co lived at 1020 nth NE in Mason City He died of a crushqd chest according to Dr Joseph E Chrislopherson coun ly medical examiner He is the countys fourth traffic death of the year Sheriff Allen and Balek had been at Knoxville where they had taken a Mason City man to Veterans Hospital and were returning to Mason City when they spoiled Shackelfords car in Meservey aboul 3 pm Pie was several cars ahead of us when we first saw him Allen recalled It appeared that his car had veered over to the other side of the highway Farlher up Ihe street I noticed he did this again The sheriff said by the time he reached the edge of Meser WASHINGTON dent Johnson is expected to an nounce in a few days that the budget deficit for the recently completed bookkeeping year will be significantly lower than anticipated it was learned Sat urday Although the figures lor the ently had veered to the left shoulder again when his car col lided headon with Ihe Iruck vcy Shackelford was about a half mile ahead of him He drove around a barricade at the interscclion of Highway 107 and Ihe counly road The Cerro Gor do road is open only to local Iraffic because it is under con struction However Allen said ils surface is in good driving condition We were trying lo git near Ihis fellow He was accelerating quite rapidly after we left town At a point about 300 yards north of the Highway 107 intersectiona rt SIHIC 0 he went off the road on the left shock Balek went to call an FATAL ACCIDENT SCENE Ernest V hnrkplfnrrf tflOn t I JU vrro n i UHICQI v OO 10201 llthNE Friday was killed when this car collided with the driven by Mrs Fred Edna Weide 38 of Meservly This scene was oil Cerro Gordo County R o a d A two miles north of Meservey and was photographed by Victor Groh of Thornton at an ambulance from the Fred said Allen AU we could see was a cloud of dusl The sheriff said lhal al that point heexpected the Shackel ford car lo roll over I cant understand how lie got back onto the road II musl have been sheer sncd The auto ame back on the road and conlinueti north be fore going off onto Ihe right side of Ihe road He traveled 250 feet on the right shoulder and was clear down in the ditch Then he veered back on the road recalled Allen By that time he had come to a little crest of the hill We couldnt see because of ill the dust Allen said Shackelford appar righl side of the 1P55 model car was nearly torn off The front was smashed in and ShackeLford was pinned behind the wheel The front wheels of the truck which was loaded with shelled corn were pushed up under the fronl of that ve hicle Allen said when he came on the scene Mrs Weidc was run ning around in a state of Sprau farm in fronl of which the accident had occurred The sheriff said he quieted Mrs Weidc Her husband who was working a short distance down the road and some other men arrived They helped Allen pry the fronl seal of the car back in order to tree Shackel ford Dr G Earle Jurgeson Me servey pronounced Shackelford dead Allen said the Shackclford auto covered a distanceof 2050 feet after it first left the road There was no chase involved Allen stressed He certainly wasntaware that I was back there We were in a kind of help less position Since Allen started his law enforcement work in 3947 he has almost been a wilncss lo WRECK Continued on Page 1 North Iowa Weather outlook Fair Sunday with not much temperature change Weather details Page 1 Hrrvr 111 1 n i j VvmUlUUIl fiBO dren were killed Saturday in a a fractured jaw and chest in Ihe life of a Michigan woman aH DIOU iiau Five other persons were intured leg and head culs jured in the collision Five people are killed in crash near Humboldt HUMBOLDT Iowa Sioux had a fractured leg and David also had a frac jajii jjtcb aJJ The accidenl occurred about parentiy were on vacation Suit 8 am seven miles east of Humcases and other personal items boldt on Highway 3 during a were strewn over the area by the impact Officers said the Sioux Cily rainstorm Humboldt County Sheriff E T iil AJ w Hit OJUUA H Bradley identified the dead caf was eastbound apparently as Arthur Boyum 38 of Sioux skidded on the slippery highway City a daughter and two sons and turned broadside when it and Mrs George Szekly of was struck by the westbound Michigan car The force of the impact was so great that one of the bodies was thrown 100 feet into a corn field This was Ihe first fatal traf fic accidenl in Humboldt Coun ty this year Humboldt County Reese Mich Boyums wife Oarlene 32 was hospilalized at Fort Dodge with Szekly and his three chil dren Kathie 13 James 7 and David 10 Mrs Boyum was rcporlcd in fair condition wilh shock se vere lacerations and possible in ternal injuries Szekly 36 was in critical con dition with head and chest in juries Near St Ansgar Plane crashes at drivein ST ANSGAR A light plane containing four Cedar FaUs men crashed during takeoff from a drivein movie here late Friday night The only injury reported was slight facial cut on one of the passengers The plane owned by H K Leibundgulh Cedar Falls had considerable dam age according to Harlan Ander son owner of the BelAir Drive In The mishap occurred when the undercarriage of Ihe plane some low telephone wires about 50 feet off the end of the runway and fell in an adjoining corn field Anderson said Saturday that the plane was no more than six feel off lire ground when il hil Ihe wires He added that the pilot didnt have sufficient air speed to become airborne and probably would have h a d to land in the field e v c n if he hadnt struck the wires Alton Kittleson St Ansgar fire chief who investigaled the mishap said one wheel of the plane was ripped off and one wing was damaged when the plane landed in the field owned by Edgar Fox The field is about 150 feet from the drivein he added Anderson pointed out that he has been flying off the field for 14 years and never has had any trouble clearing thewires wires could not be considered flying hazard he said A ramp for planes al the drivein movie was opened by Anderson three weeks ago The planes land on a 1500foot strip next lo the drivein nd then taxi to thespecial ramp which has been outfitted wilh loud speakers The regular crivein theater for cars has been open for 10 years It is located west of St Ansgar on Highway 105 Anderson said he hasnt kept track of the number of planes that have lakeh advantage of Ihe drivein but most of pilots who have been there have been professionals who arc checked out for night flying The Federal Aviation Agency FAA at Mason Cily has bcca notified of the mishap X Officers said both families ap Expounds on shortage of ministers CLEVELAND Ohio AP Melhodist Bishop F Gerald Enslcy awaiting word Satur day on whether his next assign ment will send him back to lowa has expounded on decay within the church and a result ing shorlage of ministers Dr Ensley told the North Cen tral Jurisdiction Methodist con ference Friday that in the early 1920s ils congregations were producing 6000 more ministers than it had places to send them Four new bishops of the juris diction were to be named when the conference slarlcd but by Friday only two had beer elect ed by announced majorities ol the delegates They are the Rev Dwight E Loder of Evanslon III and the Rev Dr Thomas M Pryor of Kalamazoo Mich Election of a third bishop went to the 16th ballot Friday night before the last ballotwas sealed lo be announced Saturday way patrol investigaled the ac cident The accident was one of the worst of the year in Iowa and brought he Thursday Friday Saturday toll in Iowa to 16 deaths So far this year 367 persons have been killed in traffic ac cidents in the state 63 more than died in the same period a year ago Car plates give woman headaches ROCKFORD 111 Miss Edna Lawrence of Belvi dcrc 111 received a leller from the Pontiac III police threatening arrest for failure to pay a parking ticket she thought something was wrong She had never been there And when a Bloomington III insurance company called her about a recent traffic accidenl she was sure something wai wrong She had been in no mis haps The trouble as she finally learned frpm state police was caused by a pair of 1964 Illinois automobile license plates John E Harrison of Wild wood III who recently received a parking ticket in Pontiac and also was in an accident ha been displaying his plates up side down since last winter His number is 660898 her 868099 Reduction in deficit expected English talks are recessed LONDON AP The Com monweallh summit conference recessed today for private talks that are likely to center on African demands for military Force to end white minority rule in Southern Rhodesia Prime Minister Jomo Kenyat la of Kenya and President Jul ius Nyerrere of Tanganyika Zanzibar both proposed Friday that a Commonwealth military force intervene in Southern Rhodesia Commonwealth Relations Sec retary Duncan Sandys was ex pected to reject both sugges tions when the 18 government leaders attending the conference resume formal sessions Mon day Kenyatla offered lo contribute Kenyan troops to help Britain deal with any white settler re bellion that might arise in eras ing the Rhodesian problem Once jailed for leading Ken yas Mau Man antiwhile terror ists Kenyatta offered his troops if they could help Southern Rhodesia achieve a oneman onevote constitulion Such a conslitution would give absolute power to the Africans who oulnumber the 220000 whites in Southern Rhodesia by more than 10 to 1 British Prime Minister Alec DouglasHome aides said con ceded that Britain has some legal rights to intervene mili tarily in Soulhcrn Rhodesia year which ended June 30 won1 be available for about another week evidence is mounting tha he deficit will be less than the billion forecast a few weeks ago The administration announce in May that it had shaved its estimated expenditures by 1CK million and it placed the figur at billion Now there seems little doub that expenditures will be les than con siderably below that figure On the other side of the ledg er the government has beei collecting more revenue than expected because of the consist ently high level of performanc by the economy Johnson said at a news con ference Friday there would be some good news soon in re gard to the governments finan cial positicm Johnson obviously believes there are political dividends in trimming the budget deficit and tie has emphasized economy repeatedly to his lieutenants They apparently have been working hard to cut below the goal set by the President One measure of these efforts is the number of government employes At one time the num her was expected to reach 2 571000 at the end of the fisca year The administration an nounced that its goal is to cu this figure to 2497000 and ii now seems certain that the ac tual count will be still lower Inside The Globe Comics Church news 45 Mason City news oi Latest markets Society news Sports news Business news 10 Editorials Clear Lake news Classified pages 121 North Iowa news V Half of platform ready May please both factions SAN FRANCfSCO publican platform writers com pleted the first half of their 1964 campaign document early Satur day It reportedly was met with satisfaclion from supporters of both Sen Barry Goldwater and 5ov William W Scranton However backers of the rival andidates for president pre dicted a fight later in the day when Ihe 100 man platform ommitlee convenes in closed lession again lo write the last half of the platform Goldwater forces remained in irm control of the committees operations with the Scranton backers fighting stubbornly to some of the underdog andidates planks from the icrap pile Meeting behind closed for about five hours the draft ers wrote a statement of be lief for Republicans and an in dictment of the Democrats This was the iess controver sial half of the document The commiltee arranged lo take up recommendations on foreign and domestic affairs Scranton is pushing for certain provisions in these fields that are unacceptable to the Gold water forces Committee Chairman Melvin Laird of Wisconsin said the text of the completed half of the plaU Globe on hand in San Francisco readers will be wellinformed on the official proceedings and the interesting notes in passing of the Republican Nominating Conven tion at San Francisco The GlobeGazette editorRobert H Spiegel is on hand with this notebook Hell be giving special attention to the Iowa delegation and personalities Bolstering him will be Harrison Weber Iowa Daily Press Association writer who temporarily has abandoned his beat at the Des Moines State House Onthespot reports of activities at convention nail will be provided by the dozens of newsmen and photographers of the Associated Press A new feature for both the Republican and Dem ocratic conventions will be the sidelights as seen through the always humorous eyes of Art Buchwald one of the nations leading columnists Nominating conventions are among the biggest shows on earth GlobeGazette readers again will have front row seats t An Ar survey at a glance WASHINGTON Associated Press survey of 1308 dele gates to next weeks GOP convention show this first ballot break down at the end of the final preconven Hon week A total of 655 votes is needed for nomination Goldwater 727 Scranton US Rockefeller 102 Lodge 45 Mrs Smith 15 Nixon 1 Favorite sons 47 Uncommitted 2M form would be issued sometime luring the day for release in Sunday morning papers Apparently the civil rights is sue had been injected into a dis cussion of general principles which were to bp scl oul at tha beginning of the document Also numerous committee members were reported eager to add ac cusations against the Johnson administration to the plalform Sen Hugh Scott of Pennsyl vania convenlion manager for ov William W Scranton told newsmen that unless the com mittee restores some o the scranton material excluded rom the platform a fight on the convention floor is likely Supporters of Sen Barry Goldwater of Arizona predomi nating on the committee had succeeded in keeping out of the rough draft three major planks for which Scrantan had pleaded And the tentalivc civil rights alank omitled HIP declaration Scranton urgently sought that the 1964 against which oldwater is constitu tional Although argument within tha committee seemed cerliin In continue Scranton hopes of etting a platform that would jmbarrass Goldwater apparent y have been doused Extremism rifihltowork and civilian control of nuclear weapons were the subjects of ho three planks the Scnnlon backers couldnt get by Ihe ex ecutive committee   

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