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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 20, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Yi The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 20 1H4 10c i fapei ol Two OM AMOcialed Press Full No 131 Wallaces move mav helo B EDITORS Bell veteran Associated Press polit ical writer rounds up the ma or weekend political develop ments and analyzes the signif icance of Alabama Gov George C Wallaces with drawal as an independent can didate for president By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Ala bamas Gov George C Wal laces abandonment of an inde pendent presidential effort invit ed Sen Barry Gold water Mon day to pursue an alllheway conservative drive aganst Pres ident Johnson When Wallace announced Sun day lie was giving up the effort to gel his name on presidential ballots in 16 or more states he removed a serious obstacle to Gold waters chances of carrying several Southern states in the November battle with Johnson Wallace appeared on CBS Face the Nation The action offered the Repub lican presidential nominee some possible rewards in Dixie if he maintains his conservative course that would have to be weighed against what he might gain elsewhere if he yielded to intraparty pressure to swing toward the middle of the road Rep William E Miller of New York the vice presidential nom inee indicated he would like to sec some overtures to the par tys moderates and liberals in the Northern industrial states that would bring them around to active support of the national ticket But Miller said in response to questions on NBCs Meet the Press that failure to get the backing of such men as Sens Jacob K Javits and Kenneth B Keating of New York Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania and Clif ford P Case of New Jersey wont be fatal Goldwatcr said in Phoenix Ariz he thinks he will do well in New York and Pcnnsylvana in November Miller said he favors a sum mit meeting of Republican lead ers of all shades of opinion to canvass the prospects for the campaign and o give their ad vice on strategy Goldwatcr who returned to Washington Monday after a weekend in Phoenix said dur ing the California primary cam paign in June he intended to call such a session He has not men tioned it since his nomination The Arizona senator said conferences that I will have nothing to do with will go on during the next two weeks to BARRY Continued on Page 2 Iowa law court BICYCLES FOR TWO The af flictions of John and Joan Kavao 9 y earold twins prevent them from rid they go together John has been blind since birth Joan has had celebral palsy since birth and does not have use of her legs Their fa Photofax ther Joseph Pavac and a friendEd ward Gonsalves of Somerset Mass rigged up a special bicycle tandem for the twins Thus John supplies the leg power and Joan the vision Joan does the steering and tells John when to ap ply the brakes 45000 to airport for i er By LARRY FULLER The triplefeatured 12th The feature which never ceases to amaze spectators is an nual North Iowa Aviation Day lived up to its expectations Sunday as an estimated 45000 people turned their eyes to thc skies in near 100dcgree heat Although Ihe three main fea tures the Blue Angels the Gol den Knights and Bevo Howard all appeared previously at Av iation Day programs this was the first time they appeared to gcthcr The everpopular Blue Angels thc Navy flight demonstration team led off the program with their five F11A Tiger fighters Barely making it off the cnc of Ihe 5600foot runway short for this type aircraft thc An gels provided one of the most colorful highlighls of Aviation Day It marked their fifth ap pcarance here Again and again the blue planes glistening in t h c bril liant sunlight would awe Int a abovc he parking Jot how the lightningfast planes can disappear and suddenly re appear from nowhere Coincidcntly the missing pilot n thc Pensacola Flabased cam was an lowan LI Rich ard Langford of Centcrville During lest operations Saturday iftcrnoon Langford burst an eardrum and was unable to fly The Golden Knights the US Army parachute learn com lclecl their double play of he afternoon with more color The Knights first appeared in Minneapolis at the Aquatcnnial about 1 pm With a quick re packing Ihey were off for Ma son Cily and Aviation Day Spectators watched as the huge C119 slowly circle Ihe air port up to 13500 over rniics high The jumpers exiled Ihc air craft furnished by Marine Corps Reservists in Minneapolis crowd as they crisscrossed the airport in lowflying intricate maneuvers The Angels painted a colorful pattern for spectators as they traveled upward in a unit leav ing trails of red white and blue smoke set against a deep blue sky dotted with a few clouds Completing the flcur c lis or burst of the blue pattern the Angels suddenly dispersed in five different directions directly to the southof the air port terminal The target for the sky divers was just soull of the eastwest runway Some of the parachutists made their mark Others landed on the other side of the runway Jumping out of the planes the Knights hurled earthward at speeds up to 211 miles an hour leaving a red smoke trail The black and gold parachutes slowly opened The chutists mazed the crowd as assed batons went Ihej through Iowa GOP wont be prodded DES MOINES lican Slate Chairman Robert Ray said Monday his party wil not be pushed into action against extremist organization because of prodding by low Democrats Our committee is working on our platform and I am sure wi wil a good one Ra said We are not going to h ted to by Mr Hawkins Apparently he is not satisfiei ilh running thc Democrat Par y Ray said Now he want o run the Republican Party oo of Des Moine Democratic state chairman sa hat Republicans in their sta onvcntion July 29 should mate he Democrats action in n udiating extremist groups ormations and even causcc heir chutes to collapse Beverly Bevo Howard an crobatic pilot from Charleston C added a lighter touch to he program as he lived up to is reputation of flying upside own more than any other man Bevo did every acrobat con eivablc with his 1936 German milt BucckerJungmeister In act as he completed some of lis snap rolls and circular itunts spectators could fee every last unit of energy being trained by the 185 horsepower engine on the biplane The high point of his demon stration was the cutting of a rib bon about 30 feet off the ground with his plane not only upside down but also being flown bj lis knees In the rest of the airshow as much color anc there have been in here was variety as past years Chairman Ray N Rorick can lay claim to an accomplishmen few others who have held Ih post have been able to reach It now appears that the Avialio Day made money Robert Pricker airport man agcr said a newhigh 80 persons attended thc Kiwanis AIR SHOW Continued on Page 2 Delegates at the Democrat tate convention Saturday shou d their approval of a platform plank repudiating extremi roups such as thc Communii arty the Ku KIux Klan tl ohn Birch Society and oil rs The language in that sectio f thc platform was almost iden ical to a proposal rejected a he Rebublican national conve ion at San Francisco last wee Ray and Ally Gen Evan Hultman of Waterloo the Re publican candidate for gover nor were delegates at the San rrancisco convention and voted against the extremist resolution hacked by New York Gov Nel son Rockefeller Hawkins said at the Demo cratic meeting lhat he wanted Ray and Hiiltman to explain to DEMOGOP Continued on Page 2 North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloud i n e s s widely scattered showers and thunderstorms early Monday night cooler north lows upper Ms to low 70s Tuesday partly cloudy with a few showers likely highs in the 80s Weather details Page 2 MISS IOWA AND Carol Lyn Johnson 21 wears the crown of Miss Iowa 1965 as she is shown with the finalists in the Miss Iowa Pageant at Clear Lake to right Judy Jean Snell 19 Mason City Miss Decorah a finalist Merrily n Watkins 21 Miss Des Moines second runnerup Janet Eileen Bee mer 20 Bedford Miss Southwest Iowa a finalist and Jane Ann Walter 18 Miss Knoxville first run nerup There is an added star in the crown of Miss Iowa placed there through a quirk of lighting and photography ISU coed new Miss Iowa CLEAR LAKE A freckled Waller 18 Miss Knoxville was beaming 21yearold girl nickjfirst runnerup while Merrily named Scooter became MissjWalkins 21 Des Moines was owa of 1965 here Saturday second runnerup night During the formal coronation ceremony Carol Lyn Johnson received her crown from Caro lyn Jane Northway Davenport Miss Iowa of 1964 A junior at pensc paid trip to Atlantic Cityitar by ear and her brother and 29 gifts from Mason City and Clear Lake merchants As her talent Miss Ann Christine Jensen Tipton jplayed the guitar and Miss Cedar County was chosen Mnrrv Nebraska irked by Iowa move Try to halt land grab LINCOLN AP The state of Nebraska asked Ihe United States Supreme Court Monday to step in and prevent the state of Iowa from taking disputed Mis souri River border lands Nebraska Ally Gen Clarence A H Meyer said the step was prompted by aggressive and inwarranted action being taken y officials of the Iowa Con servation Commission They apparently wat o make playgrounds and recrea tion areas out of a number of farms owned by individual citi zens of Nebraska and Iowa and they seek to do this without pay ing for it Meyer added Filed with the high court in Washington was a document containing a motion for leave to file the bill of complaint a state ment in support of thc motion and the complaint itself An ac companying brief supported tho nirHn for leave to file the com plaint Copies of the documents were made public by thc State De partment of Justice in Lincoln Nebraska and Iowa boundary problems stern generally from the meanderings of the Missouri River which separates tho states Recent legislative efforts in the two states to settle on a new boundary compact have come to nought Meyer said however that current dispute involves much more lhan just thc boundary be tween the states Under Iowa law he said who reads music taught state itself owns the bed of Miss Congeniality The title is1 determined through a vote among thc girls ThC Rain Iowa Slate University the new Miss now will reprc Miss Iowa has blue eyes brownscnt lowa in thc Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City in early hair and measures 352436 September As Miss Iowa she She was picked by judges receive SI300 in scholar from five finalists at the culnrinjships use of a car during her ation of the pageant Jane Annjreign a S500 wardrobe an ex new Miss Iowa to play the inthe Missouri River from thc cen Johnson strumcnt tcr of thc stream to the high sang I just wasnt satified with thc i water mark ancldance I had planned and I Under Nebraska law the Done With like to play thc guitar she owner of thc bank owns the bed jsaicl jof the stream to the center of Her presentation of the folkj Miss Iowa charmed the audithe river of oua commission has somewhat belatedly come up with the unique theory that the wthMissouri River in its wandering over thc years created a lot of land which suddenly belongs to them rather than to the farm ers who cleared the land in vested their life savings in it land paid taxes on it for many Ivears singing marked only the third cnce during the questioning time she has appeared on five finalists with lhat talent Originally If you had a million tlol enlercd thc Miss Ames Pageant lars what would you do with jazz dancing as her talent During Christmas vacation her father who plays the gui MISS IOWA Continued on Page 2 Richard Lang Iowa Aviation Day Sunday Langford OFF AND Navys popular Blue 1 Snturdw hert E fifth here Sunday at North Bevo Howard clown at North Iowa Aviation Day Sun an acrobatic pilot from Charleston S day Howard has previously appeared C cuts a ribbon while flying upside here i I I i Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 67 North Iowa news 8 Sports news 910 Latest markets 12 Mason City news 1213 Comics 14 Transit timetable 16 Classified pages 1617 Clear Lake news 13 SAME muck Mtni tl Hiram L   

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