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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 18, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Soviets shoot at grain ship U S protests WASHINGTON AP ThelNY reported the ship was iring of three shots across the stopped when it was 16 miles The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors bow of an American grain ship in the Black Sea by a Soviet na val vessel has been termed ex cessive and clearly outside Ihe norms of acceptable beha vior by the State Department At the same lime the depart stopped from Soviet terri torial waters Soviet authorities may hav been within strictly lega rights according to inlerna lional law to pursue board anc merit conceded that the action may have been within strictly legal rights The department said a Soviet naval vessel halted the SS Sis ter Katingo last Wednesday boarded it and forced the cap tain to pay a fine The Ameri can ship had left the port of No vorossisk without permission after a wage dispute No injuries or damages were reported Officials here said Friday that the ships captain Arthur 11 Fertig 44 of Wading River Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 1M4 10c Paper Consists of Two AHoclzlcd Prcu Full U S court is pondering Rights case ATLANTA Ga three judge federal court takes up again Monday a charge that an Atlanta restaurant owner has violated the new Civil Rights Act At the same time the cour ponders a motel owners re rjucst that the government be prohibited from enforcing the act The court heard charges and countercharges in the cases Friday in the first legal tests of the act In one case brought by three Negroes and joined in by the government against the Atlanta rcstavirant owner Lester Mad dov attorneys presented 15 wit nesses in an attempt to prove that Maddox is guilty of violat ing the act In the other case the cour took under advisement the re quest of an Atlanta motel own er Moreton Rolleslon that an injunction be issued prohibilint the government from enforcing the new law search the Katingo tljc depar ment said But it added Th methods employed by Soviet au thorities were excessive and clearly outside the norms of ac ceptable behavior An oral protest was delivered here to Gcorgi M Kornienko Soviet minister counselor by Acting Assl Secretary of State Richard Davis He told Kornienko to request that his government undertake measures to prevent a rcpeti tion of this incident The department said the inci dent stemmed from different means of paying Soviet steve dores According to Fcrtigs re port it said the ship had the choice to pay either S3 per hour per man for unloading its cargo of 32430 tons of grain or 50 cents per cargo ton Fertig chose the S3 per man rate This apparently displeased Soviet authorities and the dis pute was referred to the Soviet Ministry of Merchant Marine in Moscow It ruled that the dis pute be arbitrated and that the Katingo be permitted to leave after discharging its cargo The local authorities refused however to clear the ship and it left Wednesday without per mission According to the captains re port the ship was pursued by a Soviet patrol boat flying inter national signals with orders to return When it failed to heed he order a Soviet naval craft ired three rounds across the bow of the ship the Stale De GOP needled by Gov Hughes partmcnl said Afler a search the Soviets forced the captain to pay a 50 ruble about fine and per mitted him to continue to Islan bul The ship owned by Naulilus Petroleum Carriers Corp of New York City carried a cargo loaded in Canada bul owned by Cargill Inc of Minneapolis Expect pay raises for servicemen Predict prompt Senate action WASHINGTON Senate approval of falter enve lopes for nearly two million per sons in the nalions armed forc er appeared likely Salurday If the House as expected agrees to details of the pending Senate bill the pay boosts could become effective either in Au gust or September The annual cost would be million The measure calls for month ly increases ranging from for top generals and admirals down to for privates and ap prentice seamen These represent an increase of per cent in base pay for all commissioned and warrant officers and identical boosts for all noncommissioned officers and enlisted personnel with more than two years service A larger boost of 8Vi per cent ir base pay would go to com missioned and warrant officers with less than two years serv ice This would amount to S19 more monthly for a second lieu tenant for a first lieutenant for a captain and for a major The increases were unanimously recommended to the Senate by its Armed Serv ices Committee Goldwater is attacked v in keynote address DES MOINES AP Govi What has happened to Amer Harold Hughes told fowa Demo crats Saturday that Republi cans losl more than their hearts San Francisco this they lost Abraham Lincoln Hughes seeking a second term was the keynote speaker at the Democratic state conven ion and he used part of his speech to needle Republicans for nominating Sen Barry Gold water as their presidential can didate BOY SCOUTS SPECTACULAR 50 000 Boy Scouts attending the 6th National Jamboree talent from across the nation Costumes were elab orate dating back to 1776 depicting early American which officially opened Saturday at Valley Forge history The Jamboree will be in session until July Pa jammed the Arena Friday night where they 23rd watched a stage show presented with all Boy Scout U S slows red ink spending Marks third cut in budget 25th anniversary of Boy Scouts encounter MT KATAHDIN Maine AP years ago today a 12yearold Boy Seoul from Rye NY disappeared near the fog shrouded summit of Mt Katah din Nine days later Donn Fendler stumbled out of the wilderness nearly naked half starved scratched bruised and insect telephone line The line led him lo the east branch After a few days rest in a Bangor Hospital Donn had a heros welcome Later he was a guest of Presi dent Franklin D Roosevelt at Hyde Park NY and the two exchanged autographs bitlcn Fcncllers stamina and cool hcadcdncss won the nalions praise in 1939 On that July 17 while hiking wilh his falhcr Donald and twin brother Ryan Donn tried a short cvit and became lost The to then search party ever organized in New England spent day after day on the mountains barren crags At the end of a week hope was virtually gone The boy had no food and was thinly clad But on July 25 the exhausted Donn reached the shore of the Pcnobscot Rivers east branch 35 miles from the mountain His faint cries were heard by Nelson McMoarn who ca noed across from his sporting camp To newsmen Donn related his story When he realized he was lost I shouted but got no reply I tried to find north but couldnt After that it was just a case of going on and looking for any trail or landmark that I might run across I found an old burlap bag hanging to a tree and made myself a sleeping bag crawled into it each night anc pulled my shirt over my head and in that way was able to have a good sleep He lived on strawberries win tcrgrccn and water from stag nant pools The nights were so dark and cold I could hear the queerest noises I thought a lot about bears And then one day I saw two I was scared and I guess they were as scared as 1 be cause when I ran away they ran the other way Finally Donn came lo a brook From his scout training he know that if he followed it hed eventually come to a river As he hiked along he found a North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and continued hot and humid Possibly a few isolated thundershowers Sat urday night High tempera tures In 70s low a round 70 Donn became a Seabce in World War II After graduation rrom the University of Georgia he elected to make the Army his career Today Maj Donn C Fendler is in another rough spot He is a special forces advisor in South Viet Nam on his second tour ol duly in that wartorn nation As a specialist in guerrilla warfare tht 37yearold graying father of four again risks his life daily Rustad will be listed as independent NORTHWOOD The Repub lican endorsed candidate foi stale rcpresenlalive from the newly formed WinnebagoWorth district Reuban Ruslad North wood will appear on the No vembcr ballot as an iridepend enl William I m 1 a u Kensett Worth County Republican chair man announced Saturday tha the Worth County Republics Central Committee and Rusta have decided that it will b easier to conduct a campaig with Rustads name on Ihe bal lot than to conduct a writein Barry relaxes party members feud PHOENIX Ariz D Eisenhower Gold Barry Goldwater relaxes Saturwater aides said Eisenhowe day in the hilltop desert home hejsought the meeting campaign It would be an educational program in both cases and we feel it will be better especial ly in Winnebago Rue bans name is on the ballot Imlau explained Rustad was endorsed as the Republican candidate for the House of Representatives at a twocounty convention held earlier this month but a ruling by the office denies him a spot on the Repub lican ticket this November Republicans in the new dis trict were forced to find a new loves while Republicans seethe with debate and discord overi their presidential nominees fense of extremism in the of freedom j Aides said Goldwater was ex pected to transact one bit of business A formal withdrawal of his bid for Senate renomina tion now that he has won top spot on the Republican ticket The conservative senator flew from San Francisco Friday night to a triumphant homecom ing in his native city About 3 000 persons cheered the states rst presidential nominee Goldwaler left in San Francis o a boiling GOP feud over a re iark he uttered in accepting ic nomination Thursday night a remark he underscored riday in these words Ex rcmism is no sin if you are en jagcd in the defense of free candidate for the position when George Carman Buffalo Center the partys first candidate died shortly before the June primary Rustads opponent in Novem ber will be Harold Manly Democrat Mueller Kidnapers of Sinatra get shorter terms Sheppard to be married in Chicago CHICAGO AP Convictec vifeslayer Dr Sam Shepparc and his fiancee rolled quiell nlo Chicago late Friday nigh n a new yellow limousine jus lours afler he was releasec from the Ohio Penitentiary The Chicago Tribune said th JOHNSON CITY Tex API resident Johnson announces aturday the third cut in red ink pending in the federal budget or the 1964 bookkeeping year Johnson scheduled a news onferencc at his ranch home near here to disclose final fig ures foi the fiscal year that ended June 30 ica that one of our two major political parties should nominate a man whose beliefs repeal tha idealism of the American dream of equality and justice for all What has happened to Amer ca when we see a man nominat d for the presidency who is a rash nostalgic saber rattler mid the slark realilies of an ge lhal must exist under the lack cloud of possible nuclear var In the meantime Hughes added in his prepared speech never was there a time when we could be prouder to be Dem ocrats Consider the shattered mage of confused purpose and uncertain idealism that the Re publican parly presents today And contrast this with unerring steadfast force of the peoples interest he said We Democrats do not have to check with anybody or search our souls to determine whether the great issues of equality of citi zenship and justice and peace will be in our platform The governor who will be op posed in the general election by In advance he made no se cret of the fact that the deficit dom Before Ihe Republican Nalion al Conventions windup session Joldwater declared I would you that extremism in he defense of liberty is no vice And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of jus ice is no virtue The remark brought a swift sharp retort from an old cam paign foe New York Gov Nel on A firsl caller to congratulate Goldwa ter when he was nominatcc Wednesday night termed it dangerous irresponsible and frightening Charles H Percy the GOP candidate for governor of Illi nois called for an explanation from the nominee And Goldwater apparently Dean Burch swiftly approvec by the GOP National Committe as Goldwaters choice to take over its reins said the senator had told Eisenhower he was extremist when as a general he launched the Allied invasion of Europe in 1944 Snapping back at Rockefeller Goldwaler said several Ameri can Wash ington Abraham Lincoln and Theodore what he considers extreme steps when defending our free doms I would like the governor foj my benefit and for the bene fit of the party and the people of America to put down in writing his definition of extremism Goldwater said Goldwater told a reporter extremism in politics is either fascism on one side or commu nism on the other That definition did not mesh with the context of his accept ance address When a reporter asked him about it in Phoenix Goldwater ostcopathic surgeon free on bond would be married later Saturday tostatuesque Ari ane Tebbenjohanhs the Ger man divorcee he became en gaged to while in prison A Tribune reporter accom panied Ihe couple on the drive from Columbus Ohio They left that city after Sheppards re lease from the penitentiary He had been in prison nearly nine years for the bludgeon slaying of his wife Marilyn in 1954 He has claimed he is innocent of the crime As Mrs Tebbenjohanns auto pulled away from a Columbus motel Dr Sheppard called oui that they would marry as soon as possible Once in Chicago Sheppard 40 and his blonde fiancee 35 were taken to the Tribune Tow er where they posed for pic tures The newspaper said Shepparc and Mrs Tebbenjohanns were taken to separate hideaways un til the wedding at an undis closed place The romance began nearl replied You read the speech five years ago Mrs Tebbcnjo and if you cant understand it you dont deserve to be a re hanns came to stay in the Unit ed Stales a year ago from he ca native Dusseldorf lR would be notably lower than the billion level he forecast less than two months ago On May 21 Johnson predicted that federal spending would to al billion in fiscal 1964 compared with revenues of lillion Since these estimates were announced federal spending re portedly was cut below the May rediction and revenues spurt Republican Atty Gen Evan Hultman said that never in the history of Iowa have the issues of a stale campaign more closely paralleled Ihe issues of a national campaign than in this year of 1964 On both state and national evcls the fundamental contest will be between affirmation and negation between the interests of the majority and the interests of the privileged few between d Although Ihe final statistics vere kept secret until the news conference it was known that reduced spending and increased receipts would yield a signifi cant cutback in the deficit total While increasing deficits have cen fairly commonplace in re cent years the figures for fiscal 1964 have dropped steadily Cor goes storm sewer ST PAUL Minn William A Birdsills car weni down the drain It happened last Saturday when his foreign automobile whooshed down a storm sewer during a heavy rain Birdsill 18 got out City workers recoverec prudence and extremism Hughes said that since he look office Ihere is a new climate of economic vitality and faith in the future of Iowa a new will ingness to consider new ideas and modern approaches After long years of being mired in the status quo Iowa has heard the call of the late 20th Century The Republicans do not deny this fn fact they claim credit for it We are willing to give the the hood of the car Friday bu said the rest of it probably wa carried into the Mississipp Republican majority in the leg slature the credit they have oming Hughes said But it s essentially the credit a child eserves for ealing spinach be cause he is pushed into it Hughes singled out as accom plishments Republicans said we would never get reason able rcapportionmenl sensible iquor control public utility reg ilation home rule fair employ ment legislation and laws for he control of brucellosis Sure these bills were passed a legislature with a Repub ican majority Hughes said But we have had Republican majorities in the Iowa Legisla ture for a generation Is anyone naive enough to believe the Re publicans would have made these progressive moves volun tarily without t h e prodding of Democratic leadership and the forces of enlightened public opinion iver discussed the stalement during a halfhour talk in San Francis cc with former President LOS ANGELES Light cr sentences and the possibilit of parole were granted for tw of three men convicted in th kidnaping of Frank Sinatra Jr son of the singer Barry Worthington Keena and Joseph Clyde Amsler orig inally sentenced lo terms of life plus 75 years heard the terms reduced lo 25 years The judge said he originally gave Ihe pair maximum sentences to make them eligible for a psychiatric examination The pair both 23 and John W Irwin 42 were convicted of plotting to kidnap young an S8awcck room and last December then releasing him in three days after his fa lhcr paid in ransom Irwin found innoccnl of par icipation in the actvial abduc tion drew a term of 16 years and cifeht months estate is left by clerk CHICAGO retiree State Democrats to talk extremism Photofax ANNIVERSARY COMING UP Donn Fendler who as a 12yearold Boy Scout from Rye NY dis appeared 25 years ago Saturday near summit of Mount Katalidin Maine and was found nine days later is shown in paratrooper uniform as a U S Army lieutenant in 1061 Today 37yearold Maj Fendler is a Special Forces adviser in South Viet Nam on his second tour in that wartorn nation Inside The Globe 13 Society news 8 North newsli Comics12 Clear Lake news 3 Sports news Latest markets 7 Mason City news 67 Classified pages 1415 rcsscd shabbily left an estate f a report filed in pro ate court showed Friday The clerk Chester Williams lied two years ago Williams was found ill and alone in 1959 He was placed in a nursing home where he died at Ihe age of 86 SAME IRIick IrifH ta t4 BMTI DES MOINES plat form plank condemning extrem ist organizations was expected to be offered for the approval of Iowa Democrats al their state convention here Saturday Two speakers opened the at tack on the Republicans and their presidcmial nominee Bar ry Goldwater Friday night as the vanguard of 2970 convention delegates gathered for district caucuses National Committcewoman Alberta Mclcalf Kelly of Nich ols warning thai the Republi cans have bought up little ra dio stations declared You will be barragcd with right wing propaganda from now on I hope we can make the Republicans see how isola tionist and immature they are Congressional candidate John Schmidhauscr of Iowa City told a 1st District caucus The possible rashness and wildncss of the attacks we may face cannot be underestimated The Democratic party is the only thing that stands between us and some people who have some strange ideas about foreign sponsibility on the part of liber sponsibility on Ihe part o flibcr al Republicans resulted in this takeover With Gov Harold Hughes the keynote speaker the convention was scheduled to open at 11 am at Veterans Auditorium after he districts have named members of the State Central Committee and completed the organization of convention com mittees Lex Hawkins of DCS Moincs is expected to be renamed Dem ocratic slate chairman In his speech to his district caucus Schmidhauscr urged a strong party plalform We are nol afraid to reject extremism and we should not be afraid to dcmonslralc it in our national convention he said We must continue to work for economic growth and fiscal responsibility A party spokesman indicated that a proposed plank would condemn the John Birch Society and other groups which Repub licans refused to name at their San Francisco convention earli er this week If the proposal is adopted it would indicate that Democrats plan to make a political issue out of extremist groups which some Republicans such as Govs Nelson Rockefeller of New York and William Scranton of Penn sylvania contend are irresponsi ble and use political parties for their own purpose There was a report that tha language of such a plank in the Democratic state platform wouUI be the same as that in the unsuccessful proposal mado by Rockefeller which was sound ly rejected by delegates at the Republican national convention Sen Goldwater said Thursday night extremism in defense ol liberty is no vice The Democratic platform has been worked on for two weeks by a 17mcmber committee The other main convention business was the selection of a committceman and committee woman from each of the states seven districts While Chairman Hawkins wni expected to be retained o new treasurer will be selected to re place John Dunlcvy nf Avoca 7lh District commitlccmnn who did not seek reelection   

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