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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                VIOLENCE ON PICKET A man identified as Lauren Freir 42 of San Francisco is knocked to the ground as he tries to yo through a printing firm picket line in San Fran cisco The International Typographical lhotofx Union has had picket lines around 13 commercial printing plants in San Francisco for 11 months in a jurisdic tional dispute Police rescued Freir and escorted him through the picket line appare united BIOS M01NES AP before the platform was porters of Barry Goldwaler ap parenlly have been successful in their efforts to unite Iowa Rcp publicans behind thc parlys prcsidcnlial candidalc Backers of the Arizona scni ator ware able lo bring aboulLccn an nth hour delelion Wednesday of a controversial plalform plank on extremist groups with out igniting opposition from Re publicans who had been less than hikewarmabout il Goldwatcr backers said il would have served only lo divide Ihe stnlc party and would have been a slap al Ihe nalional con rejccled such the proposal read lo Ihe delegates at the stale convenlion brought no out cries from Republicans had supported the plank State Chairman Robert Ray said he thought the proposal was 1 so that it could have in the platform vcntion which proposals Deletion of without harm but ho made no objection to the deletion Ray led the pleas for unily behind the partys candidates at all levels and after the conven tion was reelected state chair be more wrong Ray said The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 Canine likes city MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 30 1964 UCe a copyjTlilj Consists of Two SectionsSection One Associated Pres KuU UaM Wlnu N 147 Reports every dog he sees is happy olU IlG Md A M GAITHERSBURG Md Al the complexities and conyeslion of mans modern world crowding his best friend out of Ihe picture Not on your life says dog ex pert Alfred Dick thc new exec utive vice president of the American Kennel Club I think dogs are becoming more meaningful more useful more necessary for their cum panionship the joy that can he anyones who has a dog he said Isnt space becoming a prob lem You have to live in New York to sec how valuable dogs arc to people who live in small apartments 1 have seen the big gest kind of dog come out of the smallest places lit said Dick spoke on modern dog dpm in an interview Wednesday night at the second annual con ference of the Professional Han dlers Association It was a gath ering of dog owners handlers show judges and association members from 13 states and the District of Columbia Jl has loo long been said that to have a dog you should live in the country said Dick Dogs thrive in cities Every dog I see in the streets of New York is happy They must have a place in the lives of the people who own them They have to walk them before work and in the evening and that lakes a lot of doing Dr Frank R Booth a veteri narian from Elkhart Ind of fered these statistics There are 25 million dogs in the United Stales This country produces five billion pounds of dog food a year It takes 170000 tons of steel to package only the canned dog good Dog foods out sell baby foods and breakfast cereals com bined Stomach cancers mystery The clues all conflict By EARL UBELL New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW YORK Mystery per vades all of cancer but some cancers have special mysteries caretaker chairman was being Cancer of the stomach like an elected when you honored me irrational criminal now con with your chairmanship couldnt founds the scientists It is quickly fatal fewer MJ uiitiu i t man for a twoyear term isaic U ls ncvcr enjoyable to be shot al by dissidcnls I But this organization any oilier is bound to Ray who had been sharply than five out of 100 victims live crilicizcd by Goldwatcr backersfive years or longer it comes for throwing his support behind on quietly and with each pass Pennsylvania Gov William Scrantons bid for the prcsidcn lial nomination took note of the complaints We can never be active and at the same time satisfy all of Ihc people all of Ihe lime he He told members of the Central Committee that lie planned lo continue lo play an nave active role in parly leadership I Smcone wno win himself A nnnn u 11t1 11 intl hnvnml nsirl ir Anyone who tloiigbl thai Comp aring Iowas rty platforms DES MOINES licans and Democrats agree that Iowas governor should he elected to a fouryear term They also agreethat property tax assessments should be equalized and that more mon ey should be spent attracting in dustry and touriststo Iowa They almost agreed on Ihe need for annual sessions of the Iowa Legislature but aflcr a urged retention of Iowas right to work law expressed concern for the safety security and op porlunily of all working people and advocated increased bene fits under the workmans com pensation act The Democrats labor plank called for repeal of the right lo work law and enactment of a state minimum wage law to Republicans dclelcd lhat rcc ommcndalion from their plat form adopted al the stale con vention brief floor fight Wednesday the covcr cmPkycs not under the fn I federal law above and beyond party respon sibility and party loyalty Ray said he will continue to see lhat we have free expres sion within this party and then repeated earlier pledges to give his full support to Ihc party ticket Goldwatcr backers said they were very pleased lhat the ex tremism plank had been deleted Slalc Rep Maurice Van Nos Irand cochairman of the Gold waler campaign in Iowa said be had talked by telephone with Goldwatcr and he was pleased thai il was coming out of the platform Van Nostrand said that if the proposal had been left in the platform it would have led lo a fight on the convention floor which would have hurt party unity Elimination of the proposal i iii ugjuadi On highways the Republicans w a s credited lo U S Sens Democrats approved their platform about two weeks ago The two stalcmcnts of party policy and promises among other extrem ists labor laws and highways Both Democrats and Republi cans apparently agree on one thing proposed transporlalion of parochial and private school students in public school buses conlroversial to be said that since Democratic Gov j Harold Hughes has been in of fice Ihere has been a tragic is too bandied Neither parly platform men increase in Ihe Iowa highway dcalh loll The GOP described Hughes safety program as a failure and urged lhat bonds be issued lo speed up work on the interslale highway system and improve other arterial high ways This was described as Ihe most effective means lo combat Ihc increasing toll of accidents on Iowa highways The Democrats had called for increases in lie staff of thc Itniy 1iiiiiui in men i uiu Man oi llic lioncd the sibjcct although uStalc Highway Patrol laws making mandatory ihc IISC of scat belts in cars and prohibi tion of billboards along Iowas inlcrslale syslcm Thc Republicans also wenl on record as favoring wholesale discounts al slate liquor slorcs was discussed at hearings held by both parlies Thc Republicans took no ac tion on extremist groups al 1 hough a proposal condemning such organizations without nam ing them was in the platform until il was deleted a few hours brforc Ihc plalform was read lo the delegates Democrats approved a plank repudiating extremist groups such as the Communist Parly tho Ku Klux Klan and Ihe John Birch Society On labor Ihc Republicans PLATFORMS Continued on 7 Bourkc B Hickenloopcr and Jack Miller and former slate chairman George Nagle who appeared before the platform committee and vigorously op posed the plank Naglc called cxlrcmism the most misinterpreted word I have ever seen in my political life Hickcnlooper said this is a nebulous word lhat has no place in the platform It docs not accomplish anything Ally Gen Evan Hultman for ap proval lo the proposed plank earlier in Ihe week But he said he was nol upscl by Ihc deletion because il is all much adc aboul nolhing Hultman was the keynote speaker and gave a 33minute talk in which he outlined his pro gram and hit al Ihc administra tion of Democratic Gov Harold Hughes See story on Page 1 Ibc Republican candidate ovcrnor had his slrikcs fcwcr and fewer Americans Thisdrop in deathrate in the last three decades has astound ed scicnlists They cannot ex plain it The current rate First there is Ihc peculiarity of geography Thc stomach can cer dcalh rale is five times lighcr in Japan than in the US By and large the farther north a country is thc higher is its stomach cancer attack rale the arlhcr soulh thc lower the rale Thc same goes apparently lor ndi vicinal countries Norlh high soulh low Thus in the US stomach cancer can be found in hospilals in New York New Jersey Mas sachusetls and New England thc lake states and the north ern border slates but rarely in vades the South and West Then there is lhal decline Cancer has been falling away n countries like England Cana da the Netherlands and he US Again a contradiction Thc iffliclion has increased by 10 per ccnl in Iwo decades in la Jan one of the highrisk na ions The cancer hits more men than women thc poor rather han thc rich twice as many Negroes as whites more for CANCER Continued on Page 2 JUANITA HIGH Aids police in rioting She lands in jail ROCHESTER NY UP Negro woman who may have saved the life of Rochesler s Police Chief William Lombard iboul onethird of herc last wcck in 1930 this at a lime when woundlP spending three cancers are skyrocketing This is particularly puzzlinj to those detectives of disease thc epidemiologists They see all sorts of inconsistencies in the way the disease strikes dif fcrenl countries They suspect that diet may play a part and they have information indicating some people are born with a susceptibility to this particular cancer although it has by no means been proven Dr Ernest Wynder a disease dclcclive at the SloanKetcring Inslilute New York has assem bled all Ihe clues known about Ihis particular cancer With Dr Jancz Kmct a Yugoslavian can cer expert Dr Niiels Dungal of Iceland and Dr Mitstio of Scgi of Japan Dr Wynder attempted to find some sense in the wel ter of facls aboul slomach can in jail The chief confirmed Wcdncs day lhat Mrs Juanila High 32 helped free him from the center of an angry mob which he was attempting to calm Friday nighl Mrs High was seized along with others later the same night when she apparently wound up in the middle of the mushroom ing mob violence and was in cluded in a police roundup of a group of negroes Mrs High who is foster mother to an 8monthold boy was released without bail Wed nesday informally paroled to an attorney under her own rec ognizance Lombard learned of Mrs Highs plight when she tele phoned lo inquire about Ihc in urics he suffered at the hands if the mob which overturned his car and set it afire He in vited her to his office where he hanked her firsthand If it hadnt been for her ac ions I might not be alive to AIDS POLICE Continued on Page 2 L6J lists qualities of a mate WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Johnson said Thursday he would want the Democratic vicepresidential nominee to be atlraclive prudent and pro gressive with a passionate con sideration for the welfare for the Ive made no decision on the choice The President told a suddenly called news conference There are still many people being considered He mentioned no names And in a session ranging over a wide assortment of subjects Johnson said and fi nancial conditions are bright but his administration still is looking toward the future aric giving a close look to headin0 off any renewed wage price spiral or any slowdown of the economy He conferred on these and kindred matters Wednesday with lop government executives Nuclear year ago a nuclear testban agreement was signed and now has more than 100 nations adhering to it But even were it ended tomorrow Johnson said we would be saf er than we were before And he said we now live in a world in which terror does not govern our waking lives interAmerican sys tem the President said made it abundantly clear that the Hmisphcre will not tolerate ag gression by in a inal resolution adopted by the Organization of American Sttcs Defense Contracts Johnson sid efforts are under way to case the impact of shifts in de cnse contracts around the country and that government programs and a strong economy Salinger may succeed him UP Sen Glair Enisle DCalif orced by illness to abandon a fight for reelection died early Ihursdayat his home here He was 52 There was speculation that Gov Edmund G Pat Brown of California would name former White House press secretary Pierre Sal nger to fill out the re mainder of Engles term Salinger won a hot primary jattle from State Controller Alan Cranston last June 2 for he Democratic nomination to he Senate Despite a brain operation last summer Engle had announced plans to run for reelcclion ear ly this ycar But he withdrew following a dramatic episode in thc Senate April 13 in which he tried to in troduce a resolution and couldnt speak Aides privately had arranged for Sen Spcssard Holland D Fla making a prolonged BOBBI JOHNSON Miss USA 19yearold math whiz MIAMI BEACH Fla The new Miss USA a math vvhi once serenaded by television star Ricky Nelson compete fpecch on the civil rjghts bill Thursday night against beauties yield lo EnSle the resolu ar3 helping Additional meas ires may be needed he said and the Defense Department is making a survey to pinpoint robcms and remedies Federal Jobs For the first ime since the Korean War De fense Department civilian em ployes number below the one nillion mark Johnson said the figure stood at 997864 on July 1 of 58 nations for the Miss Uni verse crown Engle arose hij She is blueeyed blonde by two aides stood silent Johnson a stunning 19yearold ly for an agonizing minute and from Washington DC She probably is one of the calm est beauty winners on record Eight thousand people watched her step smoothly from Ihc line of 15 scmifinalisls and receive the Miss USA crown without a tear could utter only one audible sound A Facing a second brain opera tion April 24 Engle dropped his plans to try for a second term in the Senate He had been opposed in the primary by both Salinger and Cranston and nine others Many of his former supporters Bobbis parents Mr and Mrs Illcl aupijuners Duane B Johnson kissed hcrjhad contended he was unable backstage told her she had hadto campaign and carry out his some tough competition then Senate duties set about congratulating the runnersup Tall Diane Balloon Houston Texas first runncrup Patricia Marlin Fairbanks Alaska sec ond Janet Joy Erickson Salt T j vs 1 V 1 j Lake City third and Johnnairights bill The senator had been bed ridden since his second brain operation in April But he came to the jenate in a wheel chair last June to cast vote in favor of the civil Ruth Reid Paducah Ky Engles wife Lucretia and PIERRE SALINGER The winners eyecatching diPhysician were with him when mensions are more he died lhan skin deep Bobbi is a Naj The body will be laken lo his 19U Engle was gradu lional Science Founclalion schohome in Red Bluff Calif for atctl Crom Chico Slale College lar and attended the University of Kansas lasl ycar as an ho nors program mathematics ma China refuses to attend Red parley lay il will never take part in any international meeting hat will split thc international Com minisl movement Thu Chinese Communisms are firmly opposed to a schismatic meeting convened by D the Soviet Commun the Chinese declared Pekings refusal to attend a ty lo thc Soviet Communist par ly Conlcnls of thc leller were monilored in Tokyo from a broadcasl by the New China News Agency Moscow preparing ties ifo has been reported to send invitations o 26 Communist par for a meeting to prepare all showdown meeting of a word conference on Ihc worlds Communist parties involved in thc Chinese onlaincd in a Icllcr dalcd Julyjsovicl splil burial Doctors said thc second oper ation was a craniotomy per Thc first operation lasl Ati gust came after talked nosc the cramps in Engles right and leg Dr Roy L Sexton gle s personal physician that a small amount of brain tissue was removed and that jor She wants to program to relieve pressure Ironic computers One of Bobbis most about experiences is her sere nade from Ricky Nelson sing ing son of Ozzic and Harriet He crowned me Kansas City Auto Show Queen of 19G3 He kissed me and he serenaded me she said hesitantly Hcj was very nice A member of Congress for 20 years Engle served eight suc cessive terms in thc House of Representatives before his elec tion to the Senate in 1958 Throughout his congressional career Engle was idcnlified primarily with water resource and obtained a law degree from the Hastings College of Law University of California in 1933 Engles political career began in 1931 with his election as dis trict attorney of Tchama Cotin rnity In 1942 ho was elected to the sutc Scnatc jn SAME Black Mtan Iraflc Deilfc Vn Past HnurX 0 fill US House left by thc dcalh of Rep Englebrighl Engles home is in Red Bluff Calif He was married to Iho former Lucretia Caldwcll of Sati Jose Calif and had one daughter by a previous mar riage Yvonne Engle Childs In Saigon Viet Nam Salinger canceled plans for continuing his 18nation world lour when ho development in California andlearncd of the death of Sen announced he would iho Wns a mn f c m member of Armed Services and tcnd the funeral rcturn llonic immediately to at Commerce committees and the special commitlces on small business and the problems of Ihe aging Born in Bakersficld North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy to cloudy little warmer scattered showers and thunderstorms through Friday Chance of lo heavy rain Thursday night Lows Thursday nighl Highi Friday Weather details 2 Hour orn ln Bakersficld Calif House OKs hiked benefits for Social Security the 20 million Social Security re and a couple now scttinc S19050 WASHINGTON API Housepassed bill to increase Social Security benefits headed Thursday into a Senate fight to add lo it controversial health care provisions Thc House passed the meas ure Wednesday 288 to 8 without the hospitalizalion features for which President Johnson and the late President John K Kcn had pleaded The measure as it stands give a 5 per cent raise lo Ihe 20 million Social Security re tirees and admit more than half a million more persons lo he rolls Here are a few examples of thc proposed increases A rclircd worker now Retting monthly would gel one now gelling would get and one now gelling would get A man and his wife now get ting would get a couple gelling would get and a couple now gelling would get Senate supporters of Ihc ad ministration plan however were already at work on amendments to wrilc into Ihc measurea cutdown version of thc hospitalization proposal possibly as a voluntary option for some or all of the cash in creases provided Thc proposals have not been put in final form Similar moves earlier this ycar by thc Hnise supporters were abandoned in thc face of certain defeat by the Ways and Means Committee Any such provisions are sure to meet sliff opposilion and might block final passage of the bill this ycar especially since Congress is driving to adjourn before thc Democratic National Convention begins Aug 24 As passed by thc House the bill would increase Social Sccvi rily payments about annually by selling a new scale of to for a single worker up lo for a fami ly with dependent children The maximums would go up in fu lure years as high as for a family Thc bill also would step up the lax paid by em ployers and employes in part by increasing from lo 400 thc wage base on which they arc levied The itfrrcase would amount to each next year The bills would also add aboul 600000 aged persons lo Ihe beneficiary rolls by relaxing coverage requirements for the benefit of persons mostly wi dows 72 and older It would also extend chil drcns benefits to age 22 for sur viving children who continue their education and would bring under Social Security coverage selfemployed doctors of medi cine and mljWcs The Senate met for M ruin utcs Thursday lo adopt rcsoln lions voicing profound sorrow and deep regrcl over Ihc dcalh of Sen Englo ind lien ad journcd until Friday oul of re sped lo his memory Inside The Globe MOMS MOUK I han a mas col Iaye S Editorials Clear Lakt newt SocUly newt Sports news North Maton City newt pagei A 4 47 n 1415 ltlt   

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