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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Discontinue plans to unseat Ray Hy ROBERT H SPIEGEL GlobeGaze lie Editor SAN FRANCISCO There will be no attempt by leaders of lowansforGoldwatei to unseat Robert D Ray Des Monies as Iowa Republican party chairman Jim Wilson Atlantic chairman of lowunsfor Goldwater and Maurice VanNostrand Avocu cochair man agreed here Thursday that they will not lead any attack on Ray at the July 29 Republican state conven tion Wilson consistently has taken this position The possibility of a drive to remove Ray a sup porter of Gov William The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors t Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 14 0 UOc a Paper ConsUti of Two Associated PrtuTull Leaw Wlrtf Scranton at the convention had been threatened on Wednesday by VanNos trand The threat was withdrawn Thursday I made it in Hie heat of llic moment following the Iowa caucus on Wednesday after I saw Ray lead some delegates away from Goldwater Sen Barry Gnldwaler Republican nominee for VanNoslraml said it was at that caucus thai the delegation split M10 in favor of Goldwaler VanNoslrand ear Her had predicted a minimum of 15 Goldwater votes and DOS sibly 18 VanNostrand a state repre sentative also stated after the caucus that if Ray couldnt be removed at the state convention that separate campaigns woulc be conducted in Iowa oneby the Goldwater people and on by the regular state committee At the time VanNostrand sal that Hay wouldnt be allowed t handle any Goldwater money There still is some though being given to conducting sepa rate VanNostranc Where Barry chooses Miller is the cavalry By SAUL PETT SAN FRANCISCO pm resistance flagging eyes heavy mouth dry All arounc us wild natives waving fetish old the GlobeGazette here hursday One would be by a volunteer irganizalion of Goldwater peo ile letting Ray and others landle tho rest of the cam paign Wilson said earlier this week hat he has no knowledge of any reprisals in any manner against cither Bob Ray or Curly lultman Ally Gen Evan Hult nan the GOP candidate for gov jrnor in Iowa who also sup Krled Well line up behind Curly next fall Furthermore Iwill ry ndt to let anything happen to Ray in the seventh district where I live This is no time or revenge 1 see no disposition to unseat Ray at the state convention SAN conser vative rules the Republican party today for the first time innearly 30 years Goldwater 55 a mer chantj a city councilman and senator in his lifetime what Robert Alonza Taft failed jto do in 1952 the senatorial giant known as Mr Conservative could not beat war hero Dwight D Eisenhower Goldwater outlasted a suc cession of liberal challengers thauks to endless hours days weeks and years of organiza tion and driving desire that led him to the final harvest of votes Who are the men around the ironan Sen Everett Dirksen of Illi nois is there a man known to all Former Sen William Kriow and an OaklandCalif pub Running mate from New SAN FRANCISCO AP York Rep William E Miller is 3arry Goldwaters choice for vice president on the 1964 Re mblican ticket it was an nounced Thursday Goldwaters press aide Ed Nellor said the selection of Mill er would be presented at the Republican state meeting Thursday chairmens morning by California GOP leader William F Knowland The choice of Miller who has been chairman of the Republi can National Committee is ex pected to be speedily ratified by the Republican National Conven tion The convention delegates customarily follow exactly the wishes of the presidential nomi nee Wednesday Goldwater said ha was trying to choose among four possibilities and when ho was asked later if he had phoned Miller to ask him to accept the nomination the Arizonan said no But Goldwater also quickly added that he is favorably in clined toward the New York er Goldwater who won the presi dential nomination Wednesday night talked with Knowland by telephone early Thursday morn ing Presumably the Arizona 5 senator nailed down at that lime the decision to have Miller who is known as a tough political fighter an advocate of private Millers selection means that1 he will vacate his post of Re publican National Chairman making way probably for Deni son Kitchel a top Goldwater aide As national chairman since 19C1 Miller has been on good terms with GOP leaders of all shades of opinion and all re gions an admiration he en hanced with slashing attacks on Democrats Since he became na ional chairman he has made more than 250 speeches in 49 states es screaming for blood the cavalry never come Dirksen just finished Seems to think a man named Goldwa ter grandson of an immigrant peddler might make a good president Delegates inarching yelling balloons going up gold dust coming down Kentu y delegation in frock coats string tics California in gold ponchos Nevada red miners hats Pennsylvania in basic black Seconding speeches speeches speeches cant they be prose cuted for unlicensed distribution of tranquilizcrs Keating nominates Gov Rockefeller tion Couldnt he have sent the Music Hall Rockettes Just lisher stands high Hes re membered by most Iowas Sen Bourke B Hick cnlooper has long advocated the Goldwater philosophy and he is MISS IOWA CONTESTANTS Carolyn North way Miss Iowa right poses with the 34 contestants in the Miss Iowa pag eant at Clear Lake on the steps at the Carl Fox home The girls be gan the fourday pageant with a photographers hour Wednesday The new Miss Iowa will be chosen from the title aspirants and will be crowned by Miss Northway Saturday evening at the Surf Ball room Each contestant will be judged on talent swim suit and formal gown appearance The winner will represent Iowa in the Miss America Pageant in September in Atlantic City NJ With the Miss Iowa title goes in scholarships and a long list of mer chandise prizes enterprise Previously it had been made known informally that Miller was Goldwaters favorite for spot It was a number of the number two nderstood that After nearly 10 years known to many Beyond that the names are new to most Dominic of Colorado Ford of Michigan Laird of Wisconsin Rhoades of Arizona Tower of Texas Rhodes of Ohio and one that has come into new prominence national GOP chairman William E Miller perhaps to become Goldwaters running mate COLUMBUS Ohio AP torneys for Dr Samuel H Shcp pard the Doctor Sam of one Consider the losers Gov William Scranton still a man to reckon with in19G8 learned Mrs Rockefeller left town Smart girl Hiram L Fong of Ha waii becomes first senator of Chinese descent to be placed in nomination Margaret Chase Smith becomes first senator of female sex to be placed in nomination Demonstrations bit like Among signs is our man Rockc Scott Eisen Judge frees Dr Back home York Miller Upstate New known as a GOP leaders were talked with bout the potential selection be ore the decision was finally made firm and Knowland was assigned to formal an nouncement A GoldwaterMiller ticket fighter for the rights of private utilities and New Yorkers also are familiar with his aversion to public power projects In this regard he is much like Gold water who has slashed at Tennessee Valley Authority Unlike Goldwater though Mil ler voted for the Civil Rights Bill and his legal background he was assistant prosecutor in of the nations murder cases mostpublicized posted Eisenhower Milton nominates man named Scran ton William Says Scranlon will not tolerate discrimination in any form Will he tolerate con vcnlions again Now Scranton people jam aisles pumping signs etc Arizona is glowering More seconding speech es Wonder if any of my chil dren have grown upand mar ried Ronincy placed in nomi nation Michigan demonstrates on foot no Ramblers Scranton reported on way to convention hall Couldnt he get any sleep in the hotel Fire reported outside of hall Sore losers getting sorer Bandt union runs out Band leaves Organist takes over After that were down to kazoos Lodges name in nomi nation Lodge takes it out Rollcall vote finally begins after seven hours and 45 minutes of oratory Can spring be far behind Alabama casts 20 votes for Goldwater Alaskachairman asks delega tions to cut out rhetoric and gel on with vote Thisdoesnt stop Hawaii the newest state in our grand and glorious union or Kansas Ihe most Republi can state in the union or Lou isiana Chair interrupts Louisi ana and asks Arc you going to vote tonight Louisiana drones on Chair interrupts again Lou isiana finally gives up and voles South Carolina hum bly grateful we can do this for a great American puts Gold water over with 663 votes Con vention hall erupts in roar Val ue of Scranton buttons now on par with Landons I feller Iloinney Lodge tuchel Keating Milton lower TheSe arc big names in the Republican Party These are the men who have been in its van guard for nearly three decades They have been diminished by the force of the Goldwater victory which comes in the face up countless polls and sam pling of opinion that have put the bulk of Republican voters n an antlGoldwater position The efficiency of h i s effort more ladywas demonstrated on the floor Margaret of the Cow Palace Once Dirksen closed his pon derous and powerful nominating bond for him in federal court today a bond that must be signed by Sheppard himself Shcppard was to leave Ohio Penitentiary shortly DR SAM SHEPPARD freed from prison court to sign the bond specified Wednesday in Dayton in a fed eral court order for his release Then hell be free The 40yearold former Cleve land osteopath spent two hours before his release going througl nan in Dayton ruled Wednes iay that the 40yearoldBay Vil age suburbanite was denied his onstitutional rights in his 1954 rial in Cleveland The trial rc ulted in his conviction in the iludgeon slaying of Marilyn Jheppard Judge Weinman said Shep ards custody is void and if Cuyahoga County or the state akes no action within 60 days he release becomes final Weinmans 86page decision denounced the coverage given he case by three Cleveland newspapers and also mentioned hree nationally known radio commentators and columnists The judge acting on a request or a writ of habeas corpus or dered Shcppards release under bond Cuyahoga County Cleveland Prosecutor John Corrigan who tiandled the states case in the rial 10 years ago said he will rli speech the place was filled L roiltinc departure process with a forest of Goldwater fans Troops of Goldwater girls bright in their cowboy hats and goldandbluc uniforms poured onto the floor Showers of gold foil drifted from the vaulted roof of the auditorium The tightlipped likeness of SPIEGEL Continued on Page 2 He had won the release order after nearly 10 years of futile efforts to overturn his convic tion in the slaying of his wife But the former osteopath only months away from a possi bit parole appears to have an other battle coming up for even temporary freedom before a new trial US Dist Judge Carl A Wein said the decision would be ap pealed The state law says no one in dicted for firstdegree murder may be admitted to bail Cor rigan said in Cleveland Shep iard was indicted on a firstde gree murder charge but was ound guilty Dec 21 1954 of murder in the second degree He was sentenced to life but is eligible for parole this fall Sheppard always has contended a bushyhaired intruder killed his wife the night of July 41954 Sheppard according to the feceral court would be freed when he posts the bond in Cleveland Then a new trial would be set Weinman said Sheppard constitutional rights were ated by these actions 1 Failure of the trial judge to grant a change of venue for a continuance due to the great amount of publicity 2 Inability of maintaining im partial jurors 3 Failure of trial Judge Ed ward Blythin now dead to dis qualify himself although there was uncertainty as to his impar tiality 4 Improper introduction of He detector evidence at the trial 5 Unauthorized communica tions to the jury during deli berations If ever there was a trial by newspaper this is a perfect example Weinman said The viojudge sard the Cleveland Press took upon itself the role of accuser judge and jury He called it the most insidious violator each Suffice it to say that of the three Cleveland news papers repeatedly printed material which strongly sug gested and in fact urged peti tioners guilt The other newspapers were the Cleveland Plain Dealer and the now defunct Cleveland News The judge said evidence indi cated two of the jurors had heard a broadcast by Walter Winchell quoting a woman who said she was the mistress of Sheppard means the Republicans can pre sent a balanced front to the voters inthe race for the White House in November Miller is a Roman Catholic while Goldwa ter is an Episcopalian and hes an Easterner while Goldwater i from Arizona The 50yearold Miller also adds to the GOP ticket an en ergetic sharp shooting cam paigner who already has been needling President Johnson about the Bobby Baker case While mixing with delegates the Nuremberg trials and is a brmer Niagara County District Attorney contrasts with Gold waters business background ask for a stay of execution to prevent Sheppards release Ohio Atty Gen William Saxbc North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy warm and humid through Friday Lows Thursday night 7074 Highs Friday 8894 Weather details Page 2 Funerals set for Bradford boys who drowned in lake BRADFORD Funeral serv ccs for two Bradford boys who drowned in Clear Lake Wednes day afternoon will be here Sat jrday at the Bradford Methodist Church The Rev R Thomas Stewart will officiate with burial following in Upper Maynes Grove Cemetery Funeral services for both boys will be held Saturday at the Bradford Methodist Church with The Rev R Thomas Stewart officiating Burial for both will be in Upper Maynes Grove Cemetery Anderson Home for Funerals Iowa Falls is in charge of the service for Donald Swanson Jr It will be held at 10 am Sat rday He is survived by his athcr a sister Mrs Edward MargareU Hurd Iowa Falls randparenls Henry Hilton linncapolis Mrs Mela Gurtin liami Fla Mr and Mrs corge Baldwin Hampton His mother died a year Rough campaign is anticipated By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst SAN FRANCISCO the 1064 presidential campaign going to be rough or not It has threatened to be rough the roughest in years and personal too Just a few hours before he got the Republican presidential nomination Wednesday night Sen Barry Goldwaler went after President Johnson in a way both rough and personal And this was not the first time he got rough But after the nomination the senator pledged a vigorous but clean campaign and said he will conduct it solely on the issues and will not engage in per sonal attack As the winner relaxed ami apparentlyhappy with his suc cess he said on radio and tele vision he knows Johnsons con duct of the campaign will be mine and wont delve into fumors and gossip Just how Johnson would react to a roughing up is not predicta ble But no one has ever ac cused him of being a political patsy He didnt gel where he is being one And he is very sensi tive to criticism All week Republican orators had gone through the usual po litical convention routine with speeches ranging from high pla teaus tc jibes at Johnson and the Democrats The Democrats will do the same in reverse at their convention in August But Goldwalor while wailing for the Republicans to name him their nominee brought the whole business down to earth with a crash by telling newsmen Johnson is the biggest faker in the United phoniest individual who ever came along This writer has covered every convention of both parties since 1944 and cannot recall ever hearing any of the candidates over those 20 years using that kind of language Goldwater said this crit icizing Johnsons record on civ il rights The senator dared the President to make an issue of it saying I will just read the thousands of words he has spok en against antipoll tax legisla tion the FEPC Fair Employ ment Practices Commission and equal accommodations He was talking of years past because the Constitution has been amended to outlaw the poll tax in federal elections And Johnson pushed this years Civil Rights Act which forbids dis crimination in employment or in places of public accommoda tion Ohc FEPC was a World War 11 measure which Congress elim inated after the war Despite proposals to restore it it never was The prohibition against discrimination in employment in the 1960 Civil Rights Act gives government less power than the wartime measure Johnson as Senate leader from 1955 to 1981 steered through the passage the Civil Rights Act of first of its kind in this the Civil Rights Act of 1060 Neither forbade discrimination in em ployment or accommodations Goldwater voted for the 1957 act was absent during the final vote onthe 1960 act and voted against the 1964 act a stand which may have helped his elec tion chances in the South but brought him criticism from lib erals and Republicans and particularly from Negroes Democrats anxious for the Negro vote in the large cities of the North were expected to make Goldwaters stand against the civil rights act an issue in the campaign if he got the nom ination Less than Uvo weeks ago Goldwater took another rough swipe at Johnson in listing what he said he considered the main issues in the campaign this year He said one would be the dark shadow of scandal that hangs over the White House it self He didnt explain at that timt what he had in mind He had lived all ago his life in Jradford and was to have en crcd Iowa Falls High School his fall Services for Marlin Furman ill be Saturday at 2 p m will recn Sietsema Funeral Ionic Hampton in charge ile is survived by his par nts Mr and Mrs Dale Fur lan two brothers Michael anc lark two sisters Marcia anc Iclinda grandparents Mr anc Barry is winner on first ballot SAN FRANCISCO Republicans have roared ap proval of Sen Barry Goldwater as their presidential nominee and he vows to carry the con servative cause to the Ameri can voters in November The 55yearold grandson of a Jewish peddler who emigrated to California from London ground moderate Republicans under his steamroller as ho pushed to a firstballot victory Wednesday night Twentythree minutes after the call of the states began Goldwater became the nominee when South Carolina cast its 10 ballots to put him over the 655 total needed to nominate By a motion of Pennsylvania Gov William W Scranton hia leading opponent the nomina tion was made officially unanU Lake Mills bond issue is approved LAKE in the ake Mills Community School District Wednesday approved 5360000 bond issue The vote was 652 yes and 361 no The 644 per cent of those voting for the issue was above the 60 per cent majority re quired by law The money from the issue will be used to construct an addi tion to the Lake Mills High School The addition will in clude a new gymnasium class rooms kitchen facilities home economics facilities and a jun ior high school study hall The new addition will be built on the southwest corner of the present high school The gym will have a seating capacity of about 1900 compared with the present gyms capacity of 650 The playing floor of the new basketball court will bo 84 by 50 feet Folding bleachers be used in the gym so that two practice courts and space for physical edvicalion classes will be available when the bleachersna senator had made his view mous it wasnt quite The senator demonstrated iron control of the party and the convention in contrast to four years ago when in withdrawing his name from consideration for the nomination he urged con servatives not to desert GOP This time it was the partys moderates and liberals who had to march into the glaring lights on the podium to urge their sup porters not to lake a walk Tho pendulum had swung to tha right in those four years The single roll call pursued to the end in the overcrowded Cow Palace showed the overwhelm ing manner in which the Arizo arc not in use Irs John Harms Sheffield used as the nd Mrs Irac Furman Bradschool study hall jpopiilar with the 1308 delegates The count showed Goldwaler A large lobby for the gym will 883 and Scrantnn 214 Four classrooms will be able on the second floor of thelcnKlh ord greatgrandparents Mr nd Mrs Fred Furman Iowa and John Hoodjer Steam ioat Rock The boys drowned while on acconomics facilities scat about junior high The hall will 100 students At this point a chipper and smiling Scranton appeared dra to walk the t Platform to ho proposed addition Also on Darned in Ho second floor will be the home aml m the cc of tllc clf he moved to These will icnic near Clear Lake Slate include a sowing room and a ark cooking room Burton K Mitchell is superin tendent of Lako Mills schools vision cameras make Goldwaters nomination manimous The hall burst at ho seams with the thunder nt approval SAME Black FUi Means frMe la H Bouri On the inside Editorials 4 Society news 478 Sports news 910 North Iowa news 11 Latest markets 13 Mason City news 121311 Comics Transit 1 Classified pages li17 Cant carry loaded gun NFAV YORK AC A new city law makes it illegal to car ry a rifle or sholKun in public unless it is unloaded and en closed in a currying case Mayor Robert F Wafliwr signed the bill Wednesday Thft police department hnl uruet it as a frlmc dcterrcnl   

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