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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             Brooklyn is torn by NEW YOKK AIM f H fAP Racial violence and widespread looting broke out Brooklyns sec ion throughout id r bMlcls ed two Negroes Harlem meanwhile had us Acting Mayor Paul H Sere vane said the Harlem disorders had been incited in part by fringe groups including the Communist party In Brooklyns BedfordSluy vcsant section police fired at looters Dozens of store windows were broken About two dozen persons were arrested On orders from President Johnson Fin agents began an investigation of he disturb ances Mayor Hubert K Wan ner was back from a European vacation trip he cut short be cause of the violence He suggested that the FIJI agents might investigate the source of money for some street rallies and for some of the very inflammatory antiAmer ican and seditious statements Wagner said he would look into he report of Communist in fluence He said he did not be Uovejodoral troops or the Nastreet tiona Guard would be needed to preserve order In Brooklyn the trouble start ed after a Black Nationalist Negroes Firecrackers cxplodcdifircd more than 150 shotsin the in the crowd and manv oeonlc air Bottles were thrown stnro m q in the crowd and many people scattered in panic More than 200 the air Bottles were thrown Store windows were broken Subways were ordered to skip the Frank moved m YT The crowd broke up after an hour or two and police began getting reports of looting throughout the section About 24 Negroes were taken into custody The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1964 HOc a copyjThls Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection Associated Press Full Lease No 140 Many coo LBJ seem Both have had illnesses By EARL UBELL New York Herald Tribune News Service President Eisenhower put the Presidential pulse rate on the public record His physician went even further describing the chief executives most inli mate physiological functions Both men broke with a tradi tion lhat had kept the Prcsi dents health a secret Since then parlor physicians have had a good time analyzing President Eisenhowers stroke the late President Kennedys back trouble and his alleged glandular difficulties President Johnspns heart attack and now the sundry ills of the GOP can didate for the high office Of the two men running Pres ident Johnson and Sen Barry only the Presidents health record shows any recent severe illness The heart trouble nine years ago Paradoxically now that the President has survived so long after that attack he has a bet ter chance of living out a normal life expectancy than a man of his 55 This is the opinion of Dr Maynard Gertlcr of New York University Medical School who studied the survival of men with a single heart at tack It is in the Presidents favor that he had his attack after tbc age of 35 men in that class survive longer than young er men after an attack says Gertler However since then the Presi dent has gone ali out to do the things he ought to do He stopped smoking although he is so wed ded to the habit he still fingers a cigarette from time to lime The President lost weight al most 30 and keeps him self between 175 pounds to 380 A dark blotch slams the shirt of Harry Britton 36who lies in streetm Brooklyn after he was shot by police in outbreak of racial violence and widespread looting A helmeted policeman and two members of Congress of Racial Equality stand overBritton Blue Ribbon stock all sold By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director The stock sale for Blue Ribbon Beef Pack Inc las been completed John Dougan Mason City of the company made he announcement Wednesday ess than seven weeks after the sale of sfock started Contracts for the construction of the beef slaughtering 0 be located at 2lh St and Pierce be let construction site Aug 1 Gov Harold Hughes will participate in the 11 am ceremonies Stock sales came in so fast during the last week of sale said Dr Sterling Barber Mason City secretary of the company that more than in stock requests will have to be re turned to subscribers Nearly 90 per cent of the stock sold was purchased by people in the nine county NIAD North Iowa Area week Construction of thc 000 plant will begin immcdi ilcly after the contracts have ccn let Development added area Barber pounds which is relatively slim for his 6foot3inch height Twice thc President had a bout of kidney stones the sec ond time in 1955 requiring sur gical removal of a stone Dur mi ias ing World War II he fought off10 bc ln by thc firstisalc of the Blue Ribbon stock a nearfatal siege of pneumonia01 thc vcar Dougan added ThejOne was the fine business at uhilc in the Far East and durplant will slaughter about 10 anlmosphcre in the Joseph Skram manager of the companys proposed plant said he believes there were two Plans still call for the plantiprimary reasons for the fast ing his early years he had an emergency appendectomy Although his doctors pro nouncc him fit it is no secret that they cannot get him to re lax He works long hours often getting along on as few as six hours sleep a night Sen Goldwatcr also has had no serious illness recently He was hospitalized in January for the surgical removal of a bone spur on his right ankle However back in thc 1930s the senator suffered an emo tional illness that has been de scribed variously in magazines and political columns as a n c r v o u s breakdown bis nerves broke or exhaustion after long hard work It happened apparently back in 103G or 1937 when the Gold watcr store was having its de pression difficulties and the senator was working night and day to make it go He reported ly couldnt sleep and went for a rest Physically the 55yearold sen ator seems to bc in lop condi tion North Iowa Weather outlook Clear to partly cloudy con tinued hot and humid with e a 11 ered rhundershowerj Wednesday night Thurs day Lows Wednesday night In the low 70s Highs Thursday tn low to mid 90s Weather details Page 2 imals an hour at the start and will employ between 50 and 70 men Groundbreaking ceremonies have been scheduled for the packing industry and he other was that there have been no BEEF STOCK Continued on Page 2 Rights law test cases are studied ATLANTA Ga threejudge federal panel pon dered a decision Wednesday in he first court tests of the re cently enacted Civil Rights Act who contends the law is illegal and does not apply to him and a motet owner who wants to bar the government from enforcing it The suit against restaurant owner Lester Maddox was filed by three Negroes who were turned away from the restau rant Before Maddox turned the Ne groes away July 3 he notified newspapers and television sta tions that something was aboul to happen Thus the government was able to introduce film and sount tapes at the hearing The film showed Maddox brandishing a pistol as other white persons stood by with ax handles Interstate commerce is the crux of the issue in the sui against Maddox The civil rights law applies to businesses serving or offering to serve interstate travelers and laving received a substantial portion of their goods through interstate commerce Thirteen wholesale grocery RIGHTS on Page 2 Inside The Globe are LANDMARK CASES The first rulinSTon constitutionality of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 expected to come in Atlanta from this three judge federal court composed of left to right Elbert F 1 uttle Lewis R Morgan and Frank A Hooper MASON CITYAN BOWLING CHAMP Details n Page IS Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 89 Goldwater for sound foreign help program EDITORS NOTE This is the second article of a lourpart series on the views of Republican presi dential nominee Barry Goldwater of 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 Foreign aid I am for a sound foreign aid program he said in a June of his campaign position Icclaration He endorsed mili ary aid and technical assist ance Soundly based economic oans granted according to clear criteria can also be a ood investment for free world security he said Our aid will be truly effec tive only if those we help have the desire and the will to be come selfsupporting he said Goldwatcr also said US as program should be he Feb 10 in Thatcher Ariz Foreign policy Goldwatcr said said in Dallas Dozen say they cant back ticket iy TUB ASSOCIATED PKKSS A dozen Republican politi cians including New Yorks two enators say they cant support iOP nominee Barry Goldwatcr or of now None bolted the party None said he would campaign for resident Johnson Most said Tuesday they might back the Arizona senator if he clarifies or revises his views Sens Jacob K Javits and Kenneth B Keating of New York announced their stands in icparate news conferences Both supported Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York for thc GOP nomination am switched to Gov William W Scranton of Pennsylvania when Rockefeller withdrew Javits who is not up for re election this year said he would work for a state platform along the lines proposed by Scranton forces for a national platform a the San Francisco convention He saidhehopes Gbldwater wi do something to enable him t support the national ticket Keating said he hasnt decid ed if he will seek reelection thi year but if he does it will be a an independent Republican Rockefeller has said hewould support the GOP ticket But hi sharply criticized the statemcn June 15 lack of foreign policy on extremism Goldwater made and a weakkneed foreign in his speech accepting the presidential nomination Since foreign policy are leading us into World War III as surely as we were ied into World War II by thc same kind of stupid inepti tude In Lebanon NH on Feb 19 he said a firm foreign Policy is the best insurance of peace Were not afraid to risk war because we know by doing this the chances are that we wont have to go to war he said In Los Angeles on May 27 he said The greatest way we can iclp the free world would be to help the people behind the Iron inv uuiimu nit iron sistancc to Communistruled naCurtain assert heir free will North Iowa news Mason City news Latest markets Sports news Society news Comics Transit timetable Classified pages 10 121325 13 171819 20 26 2627 ions has not helped foster any significant independence from Soviet domination I dont think with the temper of Congress being what it is that thc life of foreign economic aid Before Im accused of being a warmonger I say this can bc done without going to I dont think Johnson under stands thc foreign policy of Eisenhower he said in San Francisco on Feb 12 What his vii AUIJ ms has much longer to go he saidjforcign policy is doing is isolat in GlobeAriz on Feb 14 jnS the United States by bring Inslcad of pumping dollars into these countries I pump in education and would know how Thats what a foreign aid ing back troops by bringing back bombers We arc disarm BARRY Continued on Page 2 then Rockefeller has made no further statement Other Republicans said they are holding off support of Gold water They included Gov John H Reed of Maine Rep Silvio O Conte of Massachusetts State Senate Majority Leader William E Ozzard of New Jersey Sen J Glenn Beail of Maryland Mayor Theodore R McKeldin of Baltimore a former governor and Rep James G Fulton of Pennsylvania Fulton said he felt more akin to President Johnson than to Goldwatcr but might write in a vote for Scranton Sen Clifford P Case of New Jersey said his mail is 201 in favor of his decision not to sup port Goldwater unless the Arizo nan modifies his views OK MAIL BILL WASHINGTON House lias given overwhelming ap proval to a bill that would let homeowners block morally of fensive mail Opponents said the legislation invades the right of free speech A police sergeant said Stunner Avenue was all tornup vyith many store windows b6ken Small crowds gathered stores where rang in the night They cursed police whenever patrolmen ap peared1 At police headquarters In Manhattan about 250 white teen agers hurled rotten eggs at 18 members of the Congress of Ra cial Equality who were picket ing Tuesday night against what they called police brutality Deputy Police Commissioner Walter Arm who was talking to reporters when the barrage started ran to escape it but was hit on the leg The teenagers who live near the headquarters shouted Go back to Harlem anU Com munists at the pickets WAGNER BACK New Yorks Mayor Robert Wagner tugs at his trousers after arrival at Ken nedy International airport from a European trip cut short by rioting in his city Poverty battle to pit Johnson Barry WASHINGTON AP A antipoverty bill pointed toward a headon clash n thc Senate Wednesday be ween the Johnson administra ion and Sen Barry Goldwater he Republican presidential nom nec The manysided measure de nounced by Goldwatcr as de signed chiefly to get votes in this years election is being pushed by President Johnson as part of his declared war on pov erty As Senate Democratic Leader Alike Mansfield of Montana called the bill up for action in the Senate the House Rules Committee planned to resume hearings on a companion meas ure Administration leaders were confident the committee would clear the bill for action by thc House but several days of hear ngs were in prospect Once the bill reaches thc House floor it will face stiff GOP opposition Among other things the Sen ite bill would establish a job corps to help unemployed ouths obtain new skills and work experience finance most of the cost of community pro grams in such fields as health welfare and vocational rehabili tation set up a new Volunteers for America Corps to help oper ate various projects provide loans and grants to lowincoma rural families and assist mi grant farm families Goldwater criticized the bill Tuesday as an attempt to reap political rewards from the American peoples natural and humane desire to improve tha lot of our less fortunate cit izens City woman is stabbed in her home A Mason City woman was isled in good condition Wed nesday following surgery for a slab wound in her chest Slia s Jeanetta Henrietta Austin 22 711 Van Buren SW Police received a call from a jneighbor that a woman had been Istabbed The neighbor reported she was awakened about am and found Miss Austin at her door The neighbor reported that Miss Austin said He stabbed me Miss Austin was uncon scious when police arrived She was taken to Mercy Hospital where doctors closed a wound in the left chest and heart A smail amount of blood arul a knife were found on thc liv ing room floor of Miss Austins home Police arc continuing an investigation SCORES HAVE BEEN HURT GEORGETOWN British Gui ana least eight Indians were seriously injured Tuesday in a clash between Negroes and East Indians in n coastal area Scores have been killed in al most daily racial violence in Dm British South American colony since lanuarv V SAME DATEW33H IBItck rut 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