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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 15 1964 UUc a Consists ol Four Aisoaated Ireii Full Leiiu No 134 Two drown in Clear Lake I Globe Analysis Iowa group still split By ROBERT H SIMECKL Editor SAN FRANCISCO The Iowa delegation in a surprise caucus Wednesday morning gave Goldwater 14 votes and Scranton 10 As expected Sen B B Hickenlooper and Sen Jack Miller voted for Goldwater and state chairman Robert O Ray and Atty Gen Evan Hultman voted for Scranlon The four previously questionable votes split for the two presidential candidates William Koebler Charles City industrial engineer for Salsbury Laboratories and Jack Warren Water loo voted for Scranlon Dr A L Yocum Chariton and Oscar J Elsen bast Cedar Rapids went or Goldwater SAN FRANCISCO The Goklwater stam pede has not overrun the Iowa delegation It will be split Sen Barry Goldwater looks to be favored by a narrow margin State chairman Robert D Ray of D e s v Moines will vote for Gov William Scranton So will Atty Gen Evan Hultman the Iowa GOP candidate for governor Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper is closely bound to Goldwater Sen Jack Miller is expected to follow suit The remainder of the 24mcmber delegation has been subjected to a tugofwar ever since arriving here Trny have been exposed ever briefly to candidates Despite this a few arereserving final judgment until the very i last moment f Ray feels his vote for Scranton reflects the sentiment of Iowa rankandfile Republicans He has cited the polls my mail ami the people with f whom Ive visited as helping him make up his mind He has been equally adamant in saying he will support Senator Goldwater almost suredly our fall There is room for all people in our party It is far too big for one candidate or one set of principles We have proved Iowa has individual istic thinkers in its delegation Hultman said he would not announce his de cision until the last moment Every action and assurance has pointed toward his Scranton vote however Hultman met for 20 minutes with Goldwa ter on Tuesday describing it as a most cordial visit He said that he advised the Arizona sen ator that he feels it is imperative in Iowa that both elements of the party are and work together next fall Senator Goldwater agreed with this con cept said Hultman The lowan also urged a GoldwaterScranlon ticket very said Goldwater felt that his position was the same as that of Scranton about 90 per cent of the time differ ing primarily over social legislation Hultman said Goldwater was cordial in references to Scranton but didnt come away with a feeling that a partnership was imminent Iowa is staying in there tough at the Cow Palace Every time you look an lowan is on the podium or flashing across national television Sen Jack Miller opened for the lowixns by presenting the conventions first resolution It was the most popular tiling to hit the floor Miller asked that the first two days of oner ous reading of the roll call be forgotten The applause was gratifying Im the harmony man said Miller with a grin Then came Ben Webster Jr Des Moines SPIEGEL Continued on Page 2 Mason Cityan dies of gunshot wound Earl Alvin Johnson 29 718 Monroe NW Tuesday died at General Hospital Kansas City Mo of a gunshot wound in thc upper abdomen A Kansas City tavern opera tor who police said admitted thc shooting was released Wednes day after the prosecutors office declined lo file a charge Police snid Elmer Lee Rogers 35 thc tavern owner told offi cers he shot Johnson when the man threatened him about am Tuesday Police Cpl Uamcn Kerfool said he was parked acrossfrom the tavern Anthonys Lounge at thc time and saw two men and a woman arguing in the doorway Kcrfoot said that before he JOHNSON Continued on 2 Both boys are from Bradford Two boys from Bradford members of a central Iowa picnic group of about 130 drowned Wednesday noon in Clear Lake They were Donald Swanson Jr 15jKn of Donald Swanson and Marlin nan 11 son of Mr and Mrs Dale Furman The two boys rented a canoe about at a boat livery near Clear Lake State Paik Dick Miller operator of the livery iaid he put the life jackets on the boys before they got in the canoe Spectators reported later that IKE ACKNOWLEDGES CONVENTION OVATION Former President Dwight Eisenhower turns to acknowledge an ovation from the galleries during Tuesday nights session of the Republican A Iholotax convention which he addressed Picture was made from a remote operated camera set high on a pole positioned behind the podium Eisenhowers wife Mamie is at his side they saw the boys swim for some time and then beach the canoe while they Vook their life jackets Another boy said he saw the two swimming towan shore When he looked a second lime they were not in sight Search for t h c boys began ubout noon when the canoe was found floating about 600 feet from the state park beach The paddles and life jackets wcra in it The bodies were found about 30 pm by two members of ic Clear Lake volunteer fire GOP platform Goldwater win SAN FRANCISCO nomination clash Scranton has Republican convention has keyed his campaign right along Republicanism with Goldwaterithe nlatform last week conservatism In carrying to the The convention rejected b came by about the same margi as his earlier setback in the 100 soundly trounced three keyjlo contrasting his moderate man committee which draftc planks by Gov William W Seranlon challenging the party platform favored by hackers of Sen Barry Goldwatcr Thc critical rollcall vote of 897 to 409 rejecting a Scranton civil rights proviso pointed to ward thc expected outcome Wednesday when the delegates vole directly on whom they ant for their presidential nom ce There was no doubt during hrcc hours of debate and voting uesday night that the contest as a preview of Wednesdays But his 21 rollcall defeat conventionluncounted lh floor motions to broaden the1 Scfanton planks platforms civil rights plank tojand atomic control It also denounce alleged extremism and to reaffirm the presidents sole control over nuclear wea pons the Pcnnsylvanian was rights and extremism appealing to the partys court of last resort and hoping some del egates would switch to him A Scranton spokesman had called this a contest for the soul of the Republican party threw out in similar voting planks offered by Michigan Gov George Romney on civil German airliner crashes in test ANSBACH Germany A Boeing 720 jet airliner of West crmanys Lufthansa Airlines crashed Wednesday on a test light killing all three persons aboard Police at this Bavarian town southwest of Nuernberg said the ilane crashed into a wooded area about 2 miles from a US Army air strip at Kcttcrsbach We must presume that the pilot was attempting an emer Jency landing there a police spokesman here said Scranton troHcd out his heav iest artillery for his lastditch platform fight Former Secre tary Stale Christian A Hertcr sponsored the nuclear provision New York State Assembly S p ca ke r Joseph Carlino aunched the civil rights provi sion Leading off for Scranton was New York Gov Nelson A Rock efeller who served up the plank on extremism Scranton con tends that the rightwing John Birch Society is trying to take over the Republican party am is supporting Goldwalers candi dacy as a means of gaining con trol Scranton broadened his plank He said the threebodies hadat the last moment adding the jcen recovered jCommunists and the Ku Klux Ready for showdown on rights ATLANTA The stage is set for a judicial showdown on enforcement of thc public ac commodalions section of thc new civil rights law U S District Judge Frank A Hooper signed an order Tucs iay allowing Atly Gen Robcr F Kennedy to join with three in their suit lo force a restaurants compliance witf the new Federal law The order sets up a Fnda hearing as the initial fullseal lest of the law Thc Ncgroc r e seeking an injunclio jagainsl segregationist L c s I c Maddox owner the reslai rani Maddcx armed with a pist i d backed up by about 2 A Lufthansa spokesman said the three persons were em ployes of the West German air line The airliner had taken off from Frankfurt for a test flight nd was to return to Frankfurt ithout landing elsewhere Lufthansa said it had no indi ation of the cause of the crash Two US Army rescue heli opters reportedly were rushed the scene SWITCH TO BARRY SAN FRANCISCO Rep John W Byrnes released Wis consins favorite son delega tion Wednesday and said all 30 votes will be cast for Sen Barry Goldwater for the Re publican Presidential nomina tion QUIET Chairman Thruston B Morton bangs his gavel in an effort to restore order to the Republican conven I tion Tuesday night after Gov Nelson Rockefeller of New York was drowned Iholofnx out by a chant of We Want Barry Rockefeller was speaking in support of an amendment to the platform de nouncing extremist groups Mikoyan is new USSR president MOSCOW thc Klan to the John Birch Society as extremist groups to be repudiated by the party Ilis words drowned out at imes by shouis of We want Barry Rockefeller called onj tne delegates to denounce any doctrinaire militant minority which would subvert the GOP Demonstrations do affect delegates By ART BUCHWALD Special to the GlobeGazette A good band during a demonposter show the candidates face epartmcnt Hurt Dowden and Crosby Ingersoll They said heir grappling hooks caught both bodies but one slipped off t was brought to the surface a short time later by Frank Had dy in another boat The Swanson lad was a Rcgis cr and Tribune carrier boy and the Furman boy had gone along on the carriers picnic is his friend Boost forces in Viet US cutback is reversed WASHINGTON Reversing a cutback started last year the United States will increase ils military manpower in South Viet Nam by about GOO men during the next few months Nearly half of this figure will be additional Special Forces made available to provide more US advisers working in the field with South Viet Nams reg ular army and to establish more special forces training units near the border between South Viet Nam and Laos Word of the US manpower ncreasc came along with new nformation on infiltration of Sorth Vietnamese regular army personnel into the south The additions will raise the otal of US Special Forces in Viet Nam to about 1000 and the total US strength there to about 16000 men Last fall before a scries of changes in the South Viet Nam government and a stepup in Viet Cong attacks the United States had set out to cut back the number of US military men stationed there About iOOO of the 16500 then assigned were pulled back The new contin gents will replace part of that stralion can always move me The same goes for buttons 1 total I like a lot of trombones in a always fell Nixon lost in SAN FRANCISCO The bigjband In 1952 I was going tobccause his buttons didnt say question asked at a political volc was weak anything convention is whether all trombones so I went over to whaf a b o u spontaneous spontaneous demonstrations the to purposes alien to those jparadcSi aml thc baUy which gave this party birth Goldwatcrbackcr Rep rcc W Byrnes of Wisconsin coun ommendalion of Premier Khrujtcrcd lhal the party should dis shchev Leonid I Brezhnev was pose of any cxlrnmism by meet rcHevcd Wednesday of his posting it head on with better as Soviet president and Republican princi I Mikoyan was elected to suepies rather than any resolu tion which denies cxlrcmisls the right lo exist The climax came with the civ il rights fight Goldwalcr voted ihoo have any effect on changing ic delegates votes The answer is an unqualified Eisenhower What arc some of thc other factors that affect your vote demonstrations we asked It was understood the decision to send the additional men was reached before thc assignment of Gen Maxwell D Taylor ormer chairman of the Joint I think theyre almost as important as girls As a matter yes Well lets sec 1 always look cced him Khrushchev told a meeting of thc Supreme Soviet thc Soviet parliament that Brczbnev is We spoke to an uncominittedjto sec who has thc most color Republican delegate who told ful posters I look for originality in posters as well as 11 isnt enough just to have the needed for fulltime work in the against thc 1064 law on grounds Communist party Thc party is thc seat of real power in the Soviet Union and chased the three Negroes liis restaurant the day after shchcvs heirapparent Khrushchev said ho wanted it was unconstitutional Scrantons plank spoke of thc federal governments constitu tional responsibility lo assure civil rights called for cnforcc Imenl of the 1964 plat President Johnson signed thc to express my cordial pledges for full implc tudc to Leonid llyich Brezhnevmcntation and faithful cxccu ngUs hill into law EARL A JOHNSON photo for his fruitful work as added a number o dent Brezhnev held thc figure head position tor four years other provisos including a dc mand for firststep compliance is he would have no idea whom o vote for if it werent for the Icmonstrations that preceded he nominations He said Im not concerned with issues Im interested only in personalities I think thc one who puts on thc best spontan eous demonstration has earned the nominalion How do you judge them Well 1 like girls Ive al ways believed that the candidate Did I lell you about fact I never decide which Iway to go until I sec the spon taneous demonstrations A con vention is much ion serious a business lo make up your mind before you see how a candidate has organized his demonstration I think thats where Harold Stas son makes his mistake every time He never seems lo be able to get his spontaneous demon Inside The Globe strations off the ground I iiear Goldwater is Chiefs of Staff as am assudor to South Viet Nam and the clcva ion of Gem William Westmore land to head the US military command there No figures were available on thr extent of North Victnameso infiltration into South Viet Nam Robert MrCloskey Stac De partment press officer said there is a continuing influx of small groups of guerrillas and of Communistmade military cnuipmcnt very nominees now 11 Mikoyan who was relieved of within one year by schools which have not yet complied with the 1954 Supreme Court school de segregation decision Mikoyan said in thc crowded i Thc Scranlon plan also pro hir post as a first deputy pre micr was wished success by Khrushchev hall where Kvissian Vsars once posed enforcement for thc first McCloskey said he could not confirm reports of cither large scale infiltrations of men or nn increased flow of military sup plies into the area McCloskey did say that equip ment made in the Soviet Union Czechoslovakia and Communist coming Sunday Page tion hut Im keeping an open China has been found in tho 33 Imind mountains of South What else do you use as ajVicl Nam Editorials 4 yardstick Society 678i Well there arc thc girls strong on spontaneous demon slralions ARE former OPj Thats what I hear too and Page Im really looking forward to seeing il Scranton probably started too late to organize a 1 1 Hll I U 10IV Il L fl who has the prettiest grls work ETS ANI demonstra ing for him is probably the one who can do thc best job for our country The first thing I do when 1 come to thc convention is to take a lock at thc girls Is there anything special youj look for Oh I look lo sec thc way SAME with were crowned that I will do my best to justify your confi dence to fight to work for thc victory of communism together time in history of thc Hth Amendment penally cutting a stales House representation in proportion to its denial of voting rights of qualified citizens theyre dressed If they have a neat appearance If they smile when they talk to you Inv portant things like that Is there anything else that influences your vole North Iowa news Sports news Comics Clear Lake news Mason City news Latest markets Transit timetable mentioned them 2l22i Thats probably il then Of course if someone wants lo buy me a drink Ill take that Into 323340J Do you ever Iry lo find out 32 whore thc candidates stand 38 He looked at us as if we wcrr Classified pages 38391 crazy What for North Weather outlook Partly cloudy and Wedimday night chanca af widaly tcatUnd Ihundarihow trt lowi 4572 Waaflm datallt   

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