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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The ewspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 21 1H4 HOC a Papei Cbndiit ol 1wo Dot Auocuicd Ful LeaM Wfrei No llns meet to adopt tougher antiCastro policy ministers of the with Cuba by all American He rhil n WASHINGTON ministers of Uic American He publics meeting here lhis wcck to deter mi HC what sanctions should he taken against Com numist Cuba held a prelim inary setret session Tuesday There was widespread talk among he delegates that tough penalties would be adopted against the Fidel Castro regime for its attempt to overthrow the Democratic o v c rnment of Venezuela I think we are winning in our demands for fullest sanc tions said Enrique Tejcra Paris Venezuelan ambassador as be went into the closeddoor meeting Venezuela has insisted on a break in diplomatic relations with Cuba by all American He publics and a suspension of all trade with Cuba except for foods and medical supplies Jose A Mora OAS secretary general presided at the opening of the secret session called chiefly to elect presiding of ficers and committees of the conference of hemisphere for eign ministers Mexico Chile Uruguay and Bolivia still maintain diplomatic ties with the Communistcon trolled Caribbean island nation In addition lo the trade em would except food and medical lan officials said they will de mand complete severance of all air and sea communications with Cuba Mexico is the only hemispher ic nation which slil has a scheduled Cuban airline service with Havana Brazil is reported lo be seek ing a compromise solution that would satisfy representatives of all the 20 nations The conference was called at Venezuelas request to consider punitive action against Cuba for UNDERSTANDING who is Joey Hocutts clog doesnt seem to mind sharing his quarters with his master The fiveyearold boy was spot ted sleeping in Kings doghouse Mon day Ihe son of Mr and Mrs William Hocutt 230 13th SB dozed for about ZU minutes before letting King have his turn at napping King has been a member of the Hocutt family less than a week rater may ask LBJ for pact to quiet rights issue Al a news conference In a Chi cago airport lounge GoLdwater sai I he wants to keep the explo sive side of Ihc civil rights tuies lion out of the presidential cam paign I dont want to see any words of mine or anyone con a call to President JohnsonHie jority of Americans man he hopes lo oust from Ihc Americans White for a campaign pact aimed at keeping civil rights tensions a completely quiet question The Republican presidential nominee said he doesnt wanl the campaign ahead lo inflame lhis tension that exists and added one way of casing it would be slriclcr enforcement of laws guaranteeing the right to vote At Ihc While House press sec rotary George Ilccdy said John son would not clo anything lo inciic or inflame tensions dur ing the presidential campaign lie said Johnson would give se rious consideration lo a mccling with Goldwatcr if the Republi can nominee formally proposes one Goldwater said he would ponder making the formal call The Arizona senalor talked about civil rights at a surprise news conference in Chicago ftonday as he headed for a Washington homecoming soured by the jeers of selfstyled Amer ican Nazis arc Castros efforts to overthrow the Venezuelan government The charges of aggression were based on the finding of a three ton cache of arms which Venezuela said was secretly landed on its coast last fall by Cuba tot supply proCommunist guerrillas The finding was con firmed by an OAS investigating committee An ambassadorial commis sion prepared three resolutions considered as working papers for the foreign ministers confer ence One of these would condemn Cuba for aggression against Venezuela and call for the sus pension of all the exception of food and medical members of the Organization of American Stales and Cuba It also would call for Ihe sus pension of all maritime com munication between member stales and Cuba The resolution then would rec would not re break in diplomatic and consular relations by mem ber states It further would recommend the suspension of all air com munications with Cuba robe lots Barry blames farm problem on government EDITORS NOTE Following is the first of a lourpart series on the views of Barry Goldwater Re publican presidential nominee from Arizona The views on a variety of issues as expressed in his books interviews cam paign speeches state ments and other public remarks were compiled for the GlobeGazette by the Associated Press i Agriculture Most of our farm ills have i f e res bcen the product of government dents support program should a bigh unnatural price arc giv ing way lo foreign competition At Littleton NH on Feb 5 he said a federal withdrawal from farm subsidies could be accomplished over a threeto fiveyear psriod The 30 per cent of our agri culture now under the Presi He suggested Feb 12 in Port and Ore thai Ihc federal govcrnmenls only involvement with farmers should be in a loan uaranlce program similar lo thai of Ihc Federal Housing Ad ninistration to make money available when it really is need ed This is the only place I see for the presidency to avert cam paign measures that would in crease tension I think thats a very good idea and thats gone through my mind Goldwalcr said I would welcome a chance lo sit down with the President and discuss this particular issue that to act directly with Ihe farm tfc mv JJU UJ H Ctl 1 UltlL crs he said Youll find thaljform plank on civil rights de v Ui nun ui miyonc ncctcd with me touch anvlhing C0mf off he said Im nol going to Ihe way injecl this issue and dontl laws are bcinS en nni ri forced now We have laws on the books which if adequately enforced a solution lo Ihe civil rights prob lem would be forthcoming he said The right to vote is guar all of Ihe crops lhat arc kept at clared Dial as president he would enforce the new law and added I dont think cither parly should try at this lime lo go be yond the present bill which is the Talking of his opposilion to think he Johnson is Lets give lhis law a chance lo work Goldwalcr said of the new civil rights measure he op posed in the Senate A reporter asked Goldwatcr A about the possibility of anjantccd that at the end of a reasonable period of time the law of supply and demand will determine Ihe prices Ihe farmers receive j Gold water said Oct 20 1963 in response to questions submitted by The Associated Press Civil rights G o 1 dwater commenting on July 12 on the Republican plat Neutral troops rout Laos Reds VIENTIANE Laos va v11 1 ui iua UIUJUSLLIUII io Neutralist troops have measure on constitutional lured strategic Phou Koutt Hillgrounds Goldwater said Its and advanced eastward toward up to the Supreme Courl to de Ihc Communistheld Plainc dcs Jarrcs a military spokesman announced Tuesday The spokesman said the neu tralists had Communisls easlern slopes the last pocket of Red resistance cleaned out 100 from the hills Officials are surprised at Nebraska court suit On July 10 Goldwalcr lold Ihe day of a nallllal and heart Republican platform committeelwarminS acceptance by the he would nol as president WJ serve repeal of Ihc civil rights law No he said not in my opinion the duty of a presi dent Even though I voted with the minority I stand with the major itv to DES MOINES General W N Bill Bump says no Iowa state agency has been I heir chants of We Want guilty of aggressive or unwar Kockwelr George Lincolnrantcd aclions in Rockwell leader of Ihc Ameri can Nazi party interrupted CJoHwatcrs appearance on the roslrum al an outdoor rally al Washington National Airport One of the group said they were protesting what he called Gold waters liberal record The They courts Bump said and the of the river would courts still have lo decide the legalfaclual dispulcs in io Conservation Commis settle land disputes along thcsion officials expressed shock iceniiri O TiTlfl n I Xt 1 Missouri River Bump made the comment Monday in answer to a suit filed by the Stale of Nebraska with Ihc US Supreme Court The suit contended that the Iowa Conservation Commission UUB senators parting wants lo make playgrounds can have Rockwell rccrcalion areas out of a number of farms owned by in dividual citizens of Nebraska and Iowa and Ihey seek to do North Iowa Weather outlook Clear to partly through Wednesday Scattered showers and thunderstorms for Wednesday Lows Tuesday night in low 70s Highs Wed nesday in low 70s Weather details Page 2 this without paying for it that certain per sons have attempted to take pos session of this land by merely moving onto it These are the occurrences that have been chal lenged by the Slate of Iowa All actions taken have been through ordinary court proceed ings in state and federal and surprise at the Nebraska action Sherry Fisher of DCS Moincs commission chairman said as far as I know Ihe Nebraska people have been helpful and co opcralive We had mecling wilh Nebraska officials two months ago and everyone was most agreeable on the develop ment and progress Were doing our level best through the attorney general to secure quiet title lo accreted land that came through the sta bilization of the Missouri River channel been succeuM In most every suit Between Sioux City and Council Bluffs there are 27 cutoffs accreted through the channel straightening The new boundary down the middle put some Iowa land in Nebraska and some Nebraska land in Iowa We figured it would be an even swap An agreement is desperately needed lo accom plish he development of recre ational and wildlife facilities along the river Fisher said a mecling of Iowa Nebraska and US officials is scheduled for Friday al Missou ri Valley Gov Harold Hughes said Tuesday that legal disputes be tween Iowa and Nebraska need not postpone settlement of the boundary b c I we c n the two slates The border can be estab lished and legal matters ironed out over a period of time no matter how long it may lake Hughes lold a news conference The property rights of cili zcns in both stales must be pro tcctcd he said Tl disagreement on his lies arc unconslilulional in tnc Methodist Church He will assume leadership of nearly 300000 Iowa Methodists Bishop F Gerald cide whether I was righl or wrong He said a president promises to uphold all the laws and if I didnt believe I could do it Id withdraw from the right now A STEPPING An gora goat front and his partner a Spanish goat use the back of a Gala pagos turtle to reach the tasty tree leaves in the childrens area of the Dal Photufax las Tex Zoo When the old fellow crawls under a tree they take a flying leap onto his shell for a quick tree snack Iowas first Negro bishop tells of a warmin welcome liUCcl college When I bcganlgrejations in Iowa Violence wont be allowed WASHINGTON itftPresident ohnson ordered Tuesday a full investigalion of race rioting n declaring that vio ence and lawlessness cannot must not and will not be toler ated Johnson said in a statement that he had informed acting New York Mayor Paul Sere vane that the FBI is conducting a complete investigation of tho possibility of violation of fed eral laws in connection with the recent disturbances A f h same time Johnson said he expressed to Screvanc my willingness to cooperate in every way possible to help him n this time of agony The presidential statement aid that American citizens have a right to prolcclion of life nd Mm driving long a highway in Georgia a oad in Mississippi or a street n New York Cily Following is the a tatement by President Johnson n the Harlem race riots For Ihc pasl three days the ation has been shocked by re orts of rioting and disorder in he strcels of our largest and nc of our proudest cities The immediate overriding is ue in New York City is Ihe reservalion of law and order nd the right of our cilizens lo espect for their property and be safe in their person as hey walk or drive through tha trecls tn the preservation of law and rder Ihere can be no compro as there can be no ompjomisc in securing equal nd exact justice for ail Ameri ans I have called Ihe acting Tiayor of New YorkCity have told him of my willingness I slill feel that two of the ti s o e about T Bishop James S Thomas told mc as T WC make an agony nnwc as anjthlnS could be estimate alone this lino rnw on news conference that in SQ be said far as it is possible for a man to forget his racial identity and Bishop Thomas has served settle down to the business ofsincc 1953 as associate direclor doing a good job lhal is what ifof the Department of Education lal Institutions of the churchs ihe bishop 45 is the youngest Board of Education in Nash BARRY Continued on Page 3 Javits will not support Goldwater NEW Sen Ja cob K Javits RNY said Tuesday he will not support Sen Barry Goldwater the Re publican nominee for president but that he will not bolt the party Javils told a news conference I will remain a Republican and I urge all Republican Progressives to remain in the fT uHraconscrvalivc forces replacing Enslcy Bishop Thomas said he is con cerned for Ihe welfare of the small rural church in Iowa and the country Generally speaking I look upon the development and vital ity of the small community as promoting the vitality of the na tion he said The son of a rural pastor Bishop Thomas said he decided villc Tenn He represented the board to 13 colleges historically operated for Negroes by the Methodist Church He would not speculate on the possibility that Negro ministers On the inside SAME Brooklyn streets scene of rioting ig simmered down Tuesday in Harlem bul disorder flared across the East River in the prc dominanlly Negro BcdfordSluy Comics 4 vcsant 5 A Brooklyn about 300 Negroes ig bottles surged streets of the Brooklyn Clear Lake newi store windows lem Meanwhile a pickel line formed in front of City Hall lo protest police tactics in Harlem and demand the ouster of Police Commissioner Michael J Mur phy Some civil rights leaders have accused tho police of bru lality Harlem after two nights of rioting had disorders Law enforcement is basically the responsibility of the gover nor stale and local officials The acting mayor informed mo that he is aware of all his re sponsibilities and is determined to discharge them including tho full application of impartial justice H must be made clear and for all that violence and lawlessness cannot must not and will not be tolerated In this determination New York officials shall have all ho help that we can give them And this includes help in cor reeling the evil social condi tions thai breed despair and dis order American have a right lo protection of life ami whether driving along a highway in Georgia a road in Mississippi or a street in New York City I have directed Mr J Hoover director of Ihc Federal Bureau of Investigation to con tact police commissioner Michael J Murphy and the gov ernor of New York lo inform them that we aro conducting 1 complete invcstigation of tho possibility of violation of frl eral Inws in connection with I ha tf lesser recent disturbance and ottering them our complete cooperation V   

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