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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 1, 1964, Mason City, Iowa threat I 1 dnT i J t r i i that mokes all North lowons neighbors catastrophe By ALTON MJUCESLEC Associated Press Science Writer CHICAGO AP A world famine striking hundreds of millions or even billions of hu man beings is near a scientist economist warned Tuesday It will be the most colossal catastrophe in history declared Dr Raymond Ewell vice president for research State University of New York at Buffalo Such a famine in Asia Africa and South America by the 1970s and later seems almost inevita ble as expanding population out strips food production he told the American Chemical Society Dr Ewell said the only im mediate step open to avert it is for the United States and Eu rope to make outright Good Sa maritan gifts of millions of tons of fertilizers to increase local food yields The deadline even for suc ceeding this way is only a few years away he said Birth control is the ultimate answer Dr Ewellsaid but its effects on the foodpopulation problem will be stow Unless birth control is applied howev er the famine would still come regardless of boosts in food pro duction lie said By present trends it seems likely that the famine will reach serious proportions in India Pakistan and China in the early 1970s followed by Indonesia Iran Turkey Egypt and several other countries withir a few years and then followed by most of the other countries of Asia Africa and Latin America by 1980 Dr Ewell predicted Population in these areas will increase by about one billion persons in 20 years but food output has not been increasing he said Accord is rumored on auto vX Vv vi i Edition VOL1t1 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER FuB 175 Mixup on ballot DETROIT AP Specula tion mounted in this automotive capital that the United Auto Workers Union and Chrysler Corp may be a lot nearer agreement than UAW President Walter P Reuther has indicated The speculation r hinged on Rcuthers assertion Monday night that President Johnson jwill keep a Labor Day speaking en gagement in Detroit V Expect labor to backLBJ WASHINGTON AP AFL CIO leaders are expected to urge some 12 million union members Tuesday to vote fo President Johnson in Novem ber While spokesmen for the big labor federation refrained from predicting endorsement of John son in advance of the Executive Council and General Board meetingthere was ho reason to doubt endorsement would be forthcoming AFLCIO President George Meany has said he believes the Republican candidate Sen Bar ry Goldwater wants to see the labor movement eliminated Union officials down the line havebeen pelting Goldwater in their speeches statements and publications A union official who usually votes Republican Maurice A Hutcheson president of the United Brotherhood of Carpen ers already has endorsed bhnson Hutcheson member of both he AFLCIO Executive Council nd the General Board told the resident in a letter this was le first time he had endorsed Democratic candidate Sources close to the AFLCIO op echelon said sentiment for a trong endorsement of Johnson s unanimous Itsnot that they are so com letely in love with Johnson but1 hat they are so strongly against Goldwater said one informed source Hubert in thenear vice presideri fulfills promise to tial nominee andvwifeMuriel appear secure vote to beweilrestedUfterthe conventioni and av brief stay at Presi A vt4 i vii Until Reuthers he will be there had been some doubt The speculators asked Could any politician ask for a better Labor Day kickofffor a cam paign than an announcement on free nationwide television that agreement had been reached on a contract anticipat ed to guarantee three years of labor peaci in one of the na tions bellwether industries They also pointed out that Reuther had threatened to strike last Wednesday at mid night any of the Big Three General or Chrys ler who failed to meet UAW terms A few hours before that dead line arrived Reuther singled out Chrysler smallest of the Big Three as the No 1 target for a strike or else Reuther never has spelled out anywhere exactly what those terms should be He keeps insisting that pro duction workers must get their dent Johnsons Johnson City Tex as they pose for the Associated Press color camera Humphrey will be for the November election which Johnsonand Humphrey against Barry Goldwater and William Miller lican nominees name is omitted i Humphrey also left off The has DBS MOINES AP Iowa Democratic party failed to certify the names ot President Lyndon B Johnson and vice presidential nominee Hubert H Humphrey for the No vember general election ballot As the matter stands Tuesday their names will not appear on theNov 3 ballot in Iowa Secretary of State Melvin D Synhorst in Charge of prepar ing the ballot said the certifica tion of nomination for Johnson and Humphrey had not been re ceived by Mondays deadline Iowa law says that the state chairman and secretary of the major parties central commit tees shallcertify the names Democratic State Chairman Lex Hawkins of Des Moines said he was by surprise and did not know the certifica tion had not been made Hawkins said his office had made an error in not filing the names with the secretary of state and I take the full re sponsibility for that rle said he does not feel that the error is a fatal one or that there is any real legal problem about getting the names on the ballot o 113 sailed to receipts up Squatters ordered off state land DES MOINES AP Cabin and trailer owners on two strips of land along the Mississippi River in northeast Iowa were orderedTuesday by the State Conservation Commission to re move theirproperty by GOLDWATER RETURNS Sen Barry Goldwater bearded and tanned returned from a sevenday vacation cruise off the California coast Ques v Pbotofax tioned in Newport Beach Calif about the heavy stubble he told newsmen Abe Lincoln did all right in a beard Barry A beard didnt hurt Abe Lincoln cause he said is to notify the j tary of state in ail names may be placed on the ballot so the mechanics of ting the ballot printed can be carried out NEWPORT His Receipts of hogs by Jacob was a day of costly re Decker and Sons both inMason ceipts for those opposing our ef City and at cquntry buying sta tions were above normal Mon day according to James Hunt er general manager of the local plant a consequenceof the in creased receipts 113 of the 200 equity measured by what ex ecutives and stockholders are pocketing from the industrys most fabulous profits ever over the last 18 months While the UAW chief has ridi culed as inadequate and unac ceptable virtually parallel offer of the Big Three spokesmen for the latter have termed their of fers generous and the bes ever offered forts NFO President Oren Lee Staley said Tuesday Maior markets had liberal livestock supplies but Staley workers laid off at the begin of the National Farmers C NFO livestock withholding action were back at work Tuesday Local receipts increased markedly Monday over a week ago when we considered them normal said Hunter Evi said checks by NFO members showed these were made up to a large degree of longdistance shuffled from market to market This was done by bringing in to the termi nal markets livestock sok through auction barns on Friday and Saturday and some from direct buying stations He saidmoraleremains high among those who have been teeping livestock off the mark t since Aug20 The NFO aim is to keep enough livestock off the mar cets long enough to force price dently some of the farmers holding back hogs now arc ready to market livestock All the workers brought back on the job are in the hog kill cut Hunter said Over the state Monday there was little effect shown of the boycott of livestock markets The state contends it owns the and involved and claims the eope using it have no authori y to locate property there Involved is about one acre oi and the Milwaukee Road railroad tracks and the river nearMarquette on which 31 cabins or trailers are located and about three acres of land between the tracks and the riv er two miles south of Harper Ferry where 37 cabins or trail up to its target figures then sejers are situated cure contracts to keep them there There were a few scattered early week reports of disturb ances in connection with the holding action but the number of such incidents appeared to be declining The commission has been studying theproblem for sever al months It voted unanimously on the settlement proposal The solution was offered by Robert Beebe of Sioux City a commission member who was not at the meeting but outlined his suggestions in a letter BEACH Calif formal campaign kickoff two days away Republi can presidential nominee Barry Goldwater gets back to the busi ness of politics Tuesday after a week of sun and sea off the Cali fornia coast He nearly gave up on politics A heavy stubble of vacation beard oh his face and a blue yachting cap perched on his the Arizona senator cruised back to Newport Beach Monday night aboard the bor rowed mcor yacht Sundance Lincoln did all right in a Goldwater told news hotographers as he escorted lis ashore at the Balboa On Goldwaters docket Tues day A1 long round of television tapings at a Los Angeles studio He will record television spo appearances 30 seconds to fiv By ROBERT T GRAY AP Special Report LOCKPORT NY AP Bill Miller born here 50 years ago in what he calls an ordi irish GOLF AT WHITEFIELD N H W Edward Allen Pierce who en tered the investment business as a clerk and now is the only surviving found er of the Wall Street brokerage house of Merrill Lynch Pierce Fcnncr his 90th playing Pierce still works a 7hour day Smith celebrated birthday Monday by nine holes of golf starting at 9 am week five days a North fowo Weather outlook c 1 e u d scattered showers and thwv dersterms Tuesday niffjht and on Wednesday Warmer Tues day ni9ht lews in lew efts Hiohs Wednesday in the Us Weather details J Charge Baker funds went to LBJ campaign WASHINGTON Of Sen John J Williams RDel charged in the Senate Tuesday that from a contractor was channeled through Bobby Baker to the KennedyJohnson 1960 campaign fund in an il legal conspiracy He demanded on the basis of what he called new evidence from Don B Reynolds a local insurance agent that the Senate reopen the politically explosive Armour renews talks with labor Accord reported CHICAGO AP Federaliahd union officials sent hurried mediators renew talks Tuesdaycalls to locals to inform them Catholic Beebe said the cabin should be given 90 days in which to agree to remove their proper ty by Jan 1 1966 arfd if they did agree would be allowed to remain there without cost until that date If the cabin owners do not agree the commission willini nary irisn middle class neighborhood reached a political pinnacle as he was about to forsake politics Some fellow townsmen ap Inside The Globe I feel that this admbnstra tive error is not one keep these names off theballot I am sure the secretary of state will do everything he can and we willido everything wecan to get the names on the ballot I In the event they arent put ion the ballot we will go to the people to get them on mutes in length to be shown stations around the country Askedby a newsman whet uring his race against Presimeant Hawkins said he re ent Johnson ferred to court action a write Campaign director Demson in whatever is Cilchel said they will cover all necessary to get the names basic issues of the the voters Hawkins said the situation makes1 him feel like Will Rog GoJdwater flies home to Pboeers wno whenasked what ixTuesday night and will open party he belonged replied is presidential race Thursday not a member of any with an address to a rally atlorgani2Cd political party rescott Ariz tothe Democratic party Kitchel told a news confer r nee Monday California and the Synhorst Republican said Midwest will be two key targets ina news release last weefc that i the Goldwater campaign neither the Republicans nor the He said the senator may Democrats had certified their swing through the Southin midcandidates for president and September vice president He said Goldwater will be do The Republicans filed their ng a good deal of campaigning certification in timehe said pear a little dazed at develop ments as they prepare to give him a sendoff Saturday for his campaign as the Republican vicepresidential nominee But others better acquainted with hardhitting William Edward Bobby Baker investigation I am hereby asking the President and the leadership o the United States Senate to join me in demanding that this in vestigation be reopened am pursued to ils ultimate and re gardless of who may be in volved Williams said with Armour Co and two affiliated unions in an attempt to forestall a nation wide strike of the huge meat acking firm Armour agreed Monday night o extend present contract greements with the unions for 4 hours The contracts expired Monday midnight Commissioner Douglas Brown of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service who en tered negotiations Monday said the lastditch accord came after of the contract extension Eight successful progressive negotia tions There was no strike so it was a moral victory Brown this point I feel very much encouraged More than 12000 union em ployes had voted for a walkout i of the nations other major meat packing firms agreed Monday to extend the contracts until Sept 11 The two unions are the Amal gamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen and the Unit ed Packinghouse Food and Al lied Workers They claim an in dustrywide membership of 150 000 workers Another of the nations gest meat packers Swift Co also agreed to continue negotia tions until Sept 11 with the In ternational B r o the r hood of tiate court action to evict them Miller profess no particular sur within three months The cabin and trailer owners contend the land in question SQUATTERS CentiraMei en Peoje z V T Iowa Falls and Hampton to go off fast time IOWA FALLS WVTwo nearby towns plan to join Iowa Falls in returning to standard time earlier than originally planned City Councils at Eldora and Hampton voted Monday night tc go off fast time next Monday Iowa Falls reverted to stand ard time Tuesday Packinghouse and Dairy Work ers an union The Jacob E Decker and Sons plant in Mason City is a divi sion of Armour and Co A RUSSIAN SCHOOLS OPEN MOSCOW fi Russias 6 million students returned t school Monday as the long sum mer vacation came to an end Editorials Clear Lake news Society Sports Latest markets Mason City news Farm news Comics Transit timetable Classified pages I 111 1 10141 n eastern states including New York New Jersey and Pennsyl is due in San Di vania Goldwater ego Sept 8 to open a campaign Journey up the West Coast BAKER PLAYS HARLOW HOLLYWOOD W Carroll Baker will play the title role in the Harlpw pro ducer Joseph L e v i n c an nounced can be Population in the state drops 1000 rise Miller is the type of andidate the folks of another ra would have heralded as a elfmade man He was born in twostory creamcolored rame house His father in Mill rs own words was a main enance man or janitor 01 hatever you want to call it 0HisCmother ran a dress slipped from 24th to 25th mniinery shop not far from Ihcplace in population rank ac amily home Both parents to latest Census Bureau State and Democratic party officials wereexpected together to see x what done toward getting the names of Johnson and Humphrey on the ballot There else was a mixop in the Democratic certification of its presidential electors The law says the party is entitled to one elector from each of the seven congressional districts aad two electors at large The Democrats etec tors from each ofthe congres sional districts but did not certi fy names of the two atlarge electors Synbont said WASHINGTON Iowas is about 1000 less than it was in 1960 and the state hanged population rank posibeen certified to me on with Iowa withi 10000 more This does esideuls than the tate lead n Miller lived in the heus To University After Notre Dame he attended Albany Law School I estimates The 1960 census figure was 2 which was an increase Kr cent over the 1950 757 52 census At 25th place according to the served in the armed forces and estimate as of last July 1 Iowa returned to Lockport to practiceLOW ranks in the same position law and begin a political career in population as it does in are As a boy Miller walked half a among the 50 states dozen blocks to St Patricks California wn official recog Parochial School On Sunday heLukm as most pppu MILLER state for the first time its est mated 18084000 residents edg 2 ting out New Yorks 17915000 A What is we must send the balot to the printers immediately Synherst must be made Connecticut in area ex1 up with the names bavt West Virginia was HM other state to show a loss since 960 The bureau estimated that the I nations population increased 27 million in the past year and on July 1 stood at 191334000 Here is the way Iowas neigh1 bors rank 4 Illinoic 10480000 13 Missouri 4409000 16 Wis consin 4107000 181 Minnesota 3521000 35 Nebraska 000 41 South Dakota 715000 Wisconsin and Nebraska that I Hawkeyelwili not certify the BUMS of President Johuoa rke presidential nominee Hubert en k dropped one place but other neighboring states retained their last years ranking i SAM DATE mi M
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