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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                welcome the GOP AntiBarry votes wanted By JAMES MAR LOW Associated Press Analyii ATLANTIC CITY NJ AP President Johnson and Sen Hubert 11 Humphrey in accept ing the Democratic presidenlia and vice presidential nomina lions have taken a line unique in this generation Without saying it flatly they made the point that their figh in his campaign is not so mud will the Republican party as with Ihe supporters of Sen Bar ry Gold water In doing this they sought to make the Democratic party by calling it a peoples party and a national party a rallying point for all antiGold water forces in or out of Ihc Re publican party Hut If Johnson and Humphrey follow Die technique they used Thursday night at the Demo cratic convention Johnson will be making lofty speeches with out direct namecalling while Humphrey tries to hit Goldwat er between the eyes Johnson was mild talking ol the needs and the glorious possi bilkics of the future and never once mentioned either the Re publicans or Goldwater by The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors m Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 11 W4 HUc eopy ol 1wo Prttt Full LCIM Ho 172 xpect LBJ win in Iowa Iowa court suspends Scott Swishers law license or name He presented himself as a man with his eyes on the fu lure The more earthy Humphrey talked of the here and now in this case Ihe fight againsl Gold water whom lie named by name Like Johnson Humphrey was gentle on the Republicans as a parly Item by item he mentioned major programs approved by Congress in Ihe past few years in which he said Democrats and Republicans joined forces while Goldwater disapproved Just how long Johnson retains his aloof and abovethestrife technique may depend on how soon and to whal degree Gold water starts to butt beads with him directly Goldwalcr has not been reluctant to do this in the past But while Johnson retrained from directly mentioning Gold walcr by name he made state ments which could not be inter prelcd as anylhing bul swipes at the Arizona senator The contest today Johnson said is not bclwcen liberals in prison and conservatives parly and party platform and plalform H is between those who sec what can be and Ihose who want only to maintain UK status quo He pitched his speech on Ihe theme thai Ihe nation has a lot of unfinished business partic ularly programs in the social welfare field and thatunder his leadership they would be ful filled Then building up to the ob lique assaull on Goldwater Johnson said that for 30 years men of both parlies have built a solid foundation for our pre senl prosperily He added Too many have worked loo hard and too long lo sec this Ihrealencd now by poli cies which promise lo undo all we have done together Grade Allen dies Heart attack of 58 90day suspension in tax case DES MOINES AP The Iowa Supreme Court reprimand ed Scott Swisher of Iowa City former state representative re cently convicted of failure to file federal income lax returns and ordered thai his license to practice law be suspended for 90 days beginning Sept 1 The court in its order said it was taking the action recom mended by the Committee on Professional Ethics and Conduct of the Iowa Stale Bar Associa tion The court said Swisher a Democrat had advised lhat he did not intend to file exceptions to the report of Die committee The order said Swisher is reprimanded by this court for his failure to file income tax re urns and pay income tax for the years 1957 to 1960 inclusive and it is further ordered that he license of the respondent to practice law in this stale be sus pended for 90 days commencing Sept l 1964 The order was signed by Just ice C Edwin Moore as acting chief justice Swisher 44 pleaded guilty in US District Court at Daven port to the charge of failure to file incomotax returns and WOMAN DRIVER A gal named Cleo parked this car upsidedown in Miami spearing it on a parking meter Cleo is a hurricane sentenced Dec IVlo six hionlhs He served the term at Ihe Federal Medical Ccnler at Springfield Mo and was re leased on parole last March 10 He resigned in January from the legislature to clear the way for election of a new represent alive from Johnson County since he could not arrange his own release on parole in lime lo serve in Ihe special session of Ihc legislature which started Feb 24 The Iowa State Bar Associa CLEO FLIES PLANE A twin engined DC3 securely tied down at Opalacka airport in Miami was air born by the 125 mile an hour gusts of wind generated by hurricane Cleo and Pholotax deposited more than a mile away in a deep canal Resting in the canal the cargo plane was wet but undamaged and will again fly but with a pilot at its controls Fire marshal to probe blast and fire at Britt Cleos winds subside 60mph gusts hit Kennedy CAPE KENNEDY Fla AT Hurricane Cleo no longer th blustering monster that roarec through Miami slapped weak Friday at the rockets of Cap Kennedy and the city of Day tona Beach The Weather Bureau said th storm appears to be staying on a northerly path which will mean it should blow out over Georgia Only a 43mile breeze punc tuated by an occasional gust up to 60 marked the passage of the once vicious stormto the west of Daytona Beach Damage was superficial Hurricane warnings remained up north to Brunswick Ga and a hurricane watch was in effect to Charleston SC A curving 2500mile path of death and destruction was be hind the hurricane Her known death toll stood at 133 By late morning the center of the wind circulation was es timated by the Weather Bureau to be near Flagler Beach 1 miles north of Daytona Beach The only hurricane winds oc curring at the time were in gusts but warnings were left pending a penetra tion of the hurricane by air craft Hell carry state Hughes others are confident ATLANTIC CITY NJ The Iowa delegation headed home from the Democratic Na tional Convention Friday confi dent the Johnson Humphrey combination will win the Hawk eye State in November Gov Harold Hughes delega tion chairman expressed op timism that the same team will swing at least three congression al seats now held by Republi cans into the Democratic col umn Hughes would not say which districts but other Democratic leaders are spotting the 2nd 6th and 7th for vigorous cam paigns The only Democratic con gressman is Rep Neal Smith of ic 5th District Party leaders ere confident that Smith vould win reelection The presidential and vice residential candidates probably vill help our congressional can idates more than they will Photolax ROBERT F KENNEDY BR1TT The State Fire Mar lions Ethics Committee in rccshals office has been called in ommencling lhat Swishers investigate a fire which dc ccnse be suspended and that he stroyed part of the Jacob E reprimanded said it foundjDccker and Sons hog buying no evidence of any willful viola tion of any court order by Swisher cr of any action againsl the best interests of his clients It said however lhat it did not feel Ihe complaint against Swisher should be dismissed en t i r c 1 y although disbarment would be too severe a punish ment The question is the com mittee said as to wha1 action should be taken when a pracfic station here Wednesday Hancock County Sheriff L M Dutch Brower confirmed Fri HOLLYWOOD AP Gracic Allen whose scatterbrained comedy helped make Burns and Allen a top act in show business for 34 years died Thursday night after a heart attack She was 58 Spokesmen for the family said Miss Allen died at pm GRACIE ALLEN Life of laughter and that her husband comedy actor George Burns was at her side at Cedars of Lebanon Hos pital Contacted at Burns home in Beverly Hills William Burns Georges brother said the popu ing lawyer within his own per sonal life and business affair has made the mislakc in his conducl rclalivc lo his persona income lax lo Ihe end lhat h has brought the members of th profession generally into public disrepute i We recognize that members of the bar because of Ihcir close conneclion wilh the law and wilh tax mailers arc con sidered lo have a higher degree of responsibility in their profes sion in these areas than mcm sers of any other profession business or occupation There was no allegation that Swisher had evaded payment of any taxes He had settled his tax liability before he was sen tenced Rigler directs GOP campaign DES MOINES ican state legislative candidates lave selected Sen Robert Rig cr of New Hampton as legisla tive campaign director for the November election Rigler majority leader in the Iowa Senate was named at meeting of the GOP candidates Thursday night day that he has asked the shal for assistance after mak ing a preliminary investigation of his own In other new developments in the case Milbern Buster Rapp chief of the Britt volun teer fire department told the GlobeGazette Friday that he and another man heard an ex plosion in the vicinity of the hog buying station just before the fire was reported Rapp who manages a coop oil company station located Winds were miles an hour gusting at 45 at Jacksonville Beach and six foot swells pound ed the coast Moderate to heavy northward into rains spread Georgia about two blocks from the buy Inside The Globe ng pens said he and another employe were standing in front of the service station shortly before 6 pm Wednesday All at once there was this loud boom and a cloud of black smoke coming from the direction of the buying station Rapp re called Almost immediately af ter that the town fire bell rang It couldnt have been more than five minutes from the time we heard this explosion until we got to the station Rapp continued but even by then he whole cast end of the build ng was in flames Rapp said there was a barrel of fuel oil in the building but it hadnt exploded Employes of the station knew of nothing else in the structure which could have exploded he added Authorize strike at Armour Co CHICAGO of two meat processing unions have authorized a strike against Ar mour Co if a satisfactory contract is not reached with the company ASUBS TO JAPAN TOKYO The Japanese Editorials Clear Lake news Mason City news 67 Giant ovation for Bobby ATLANTIC CITY NJ AP Tears glistened in theeyes oJ Alty Gen Robert F Kenned as he faced the cheering thou sands He stood solemn and silent during the 13minute emotional outburst touched off when he went before the Democratic Na tional Convention Thursday night to honor the memory of bis brother the assassinated President John F Kennedy There were no balloons no gimmicks no rousing band mu sic to spur the delegates to ac tion There was only an outpour ing of emotion Robert Kennedy who is now a candidate for the US Senate from New York stood with head i bowed while the wave of noise See story on Page 3 Balloting by union members swept over him while he waited Deckers leased and accompanying the station pens from the Milwaukee Road Herb Ja cobson traffic manager for the lar comedienne seemingly good being stricken had been in health before 2 are killed in accident DES MOINES per sons were killed in one twocar allow US nuclear powered submarines to call al Japanese porls The matter has provoked considerable controversy among the Japanese and their government has been debating the issue for a year and cighl news in mason saiu Friday that his company will cooperate with ail agencies in trying to determine the cause He said no estimalc of damage has been made Also no decision has been made aboul rebuilding the stalion and pens news 910 Television news timetable pages Iowa news Clear Lake schools to go off fast time but not city Clear Lake schools will revert go along with the Clear Lake Another Norlh Iowa schoo tn fonlral Standard Timo Son ohnol hoards artinn sinrp thf rlislrir whirh fliffors in in the companys meat plants was overwhelmingly in favor of strike action if an agreement satisfactory to Ihe union cannot be reached said the joint state ment released Thursday The unions which represent 12000 Armour employes are the United Packinghouse Food and Allied Workers and the Amal gamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America A master contract for the cm ployes in 29 Armour plants cx pires at midnight Monday Ne gotilalions began Aug 3 The average wage for meal processing workers is S256 an hour a joint union spokesman said o inlroduce a film porlraying highlights of his brothers briei years as President Seven times Kennedy sough to begin his speech but could get no furlhcr than Mr Chair man Each attempt touched of a swelling roar from the throats of the thousands of delegate and spectalors that carried th tumult ever higher Twice he stepped back anc convention officials tried to stil the noise but without effect Fi nally as Kennedy once agai began to speak over the shout ing it subsided and in a twin Photofax THANK delighled with the warmth of the reception accorded her Mrs Jacqueline K c n n ed y steps to the microphone to thank the thousands of per sons who greeted her in At lantic City She was the guest of honor at a massive recep tion thai was split into seg ments to accommodate all who wanted to attend Iing rapt silence replaced the iclp me Hughes said He is seeking re election with Atty Gen Evan Hultman as his Re publican opponent Throughout the country Hughes added the governors office is the most vulnerable People are inclined to disregard he national issues in voting for governor he said State Democratic Chairman Lex Hawkins said the first or der of business for the party will a voter registration drive We need to get the people for us to the polls he said Hawkins served notice he Stale Central Committee would e handling the Johnson cam paign wilh E B Smilh of Ames as coordinator Commenting on the conven ion Hawkins said it did more to put Iowa on the map than any previous convention Hughes made one of a half dozen seconding speeches for the nomination of Lyndon John son Wednesday night He also was selected to the committca which escorted Humphrey to the speakers plalform Thursday nighl Hawkins said Ihe Johnson noise it was al once Ihc quietest and most poignanl moment ol the fourday convention As Kennedy spoke of hopes and ideals thai sustained his brother during his three years as President and of his pride in the Democratic party many delegates wept Even more handkerchiefs ap peared during the film thai fol lowed especially at the end when President Kennedy was shown playing wilh his children and laking part in happy family activilies Humphrey ticket would greatly enhance the Democratic cause in Iowa because of Humphreys popularity there Hughes has been an ardent supporter of Humphrey for the vice presiden tial nomination collision rain in during a the DCS downpour of Moincs area He said she had experienced mild heart attacks in the past They didnl however seem to slow her down much Ten days ago she and her husband were among Ihe quests at the gala wedding receplion for Edic Adams and her new husband Marly Mills She appeared cffcrvescenl cheerful as she has been her retirement in 1958 Until then the strain ef Uining her nitwit role somc GRACIE Continued on 3 Thursday nighl Raymond M Brislow 61 of suburban DCS Moines and his wife Ina also 61 were killed in an accident on Merle Hay Road near the Interstate 80 inter change North fowo Weather outlook Generally fair Friday night cooler lows 554P Generally fair Saturday windy end a little warmer near M Weather details Page 2 8 luil the city of Clear Lake will stay on daylight time until Oct 4 according to present lans The Clear Lake Community School District board voted manimously Thursday evening o make the change Sept 8 The special mccling was called by the president Frank Baker farmer Clear Lakes Mayor B C Myhr who attended Ihe meet ng said he plans to bring the matter lo Ihe councils atten tion at its next regular meeting on Ihc evening of Sept 8 He said a special mccling will not be held to consider the change Leo Esbcck superintendent of wo schools have inlcgralcd classes A meeting of that school board was scheduled for ale Friday afternoon Supt E 0 Berge of Clear Lake said the principal reasons for the time change are the early pickup of rural students necessitated by daylight time and the confusion which would rcsull from scheduling Norlh Iowa Conference foolball games Bcrgc said mosl of Ihc con ference schools will be opcrat ng on Standard Time Baker added lhat the only conference schools not yet committed are Hampton and Clarion schools at Ventura said his school board undoubtedly will rom its lown is WodenCrys al Lake H went to Central Standard Time when school opened Aug 26 Reverting to Standard Time 30 arc Marble Rock Buffa lo Center and Riccville Towns which will change to Standard Time Aug 31 Ihe day their schools open arc New Hampton Nashua Pope joy Alia Vista Ackley Aldcn Iowa alls Rake Titonka Greene Belmond Goodcll Bancrofl Sheffield will change Sept 6 Osage Northwood and Swca Cily Sepl 7 Crcsco Scpl 8 Garner has decided lo stay The Mason City local union voted last week to authorize strike Motorcycle hits hog Bratrud dies Lloyd Brat rud 24 of Kcnsetl was killed Thursday night when the mo torcycle he was operating struck a hog which had wandered onto the highway near here The Clear Lake schools will open Monday on daylight time changing on Sept 8 A accident occurred abou a quartermile north of Ihi Former resident shoots exwife then kills self on daylight saving time until Oct 4 to coincide wilh Mason citys plan intersection of Highways 65 am 9 here According lo Worth Count Sheriff M 0 Lcraacn the ho was owned by Byron Hill o Manly The son of Thomas and Lola Bratrud he is survived by his parents hvo brothers Allen and James all of Kcnselt Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Bakke Funeral Home in Northwood A former Mason Cityan visit ng here Thursday twice shot is former wife in the head and lien fatally wounded himself Mrs Florence Klunder 53 23 Pierce NW was reported in atisfactory condition Friday after being shot in the right ear DONALD KLUNDER Dies in hospital Police said Ihe incident start ed shortly before 2 pm They said Mrs Barbara Corbcen 24 a roomer in the house had been ironing in the kitchen when Mrs And the people of Iowa will be getting a sympathetic car from the While House if John son is elected Hawkins said This was evidenced by tho sclcclion of Hughes lo make ona of the nomination speeches The lowans had their last fling at the final convention session Thursday night Mosl of them including Hughes were planning to leave this seaside resort Fri day The ladies of the Iowa dele alion altcndcd a reception Thursday for Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy widow of Ihe lale prcsidenl Hawkins altcndcd a confer ence of Midwcsl delegates In lay the groundwork for a Demo cratic Midwest conference later this year Parly leaders said hoy am and mouth Donald Lloyd Klunder came home to gel omc clothes Klunder already there said ic wanled lo talk to his wife nil she refused police said Mrs Klunder sal down in he king room and a shorl lime atcr Mrs Corbeen who was still in the kitchen reported icaring a shol Mrs Corbeen said that she ran next door lo the homo of a son Jerry Klundrr 807 Pierce NW She added lhat a few sec onds later Mrs Klunder came running inlo the home at 807 Pierce NW saying she had been certain President Johnson will pay a campaign visit lo Iowa in the fall TUESDAY 21 THURSDAY HOLLYWOOD now can drink it legally said Tuesday Weld hefting a bottle of cham pagne somoonc had sent for her birthday The actress was 21 Thursday T Munder 57 on a pass from the by her husband mUa xnlmorc iTnmn MorcUill lowa Soldiers Home Marshall town Klunder died at Mercy Hos pital al pm Thursday of a selfinflicted gun shot wound in front of his right ear Both Klunder and his former wife were lakcn lo Mercy llos KLUNDER Continued on f 2 SAMi   

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