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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                in northeast XT J Big sweep is building newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL Ml MASOM CITY IOWA SATURDAY SfFTEMBIR It MM Paper CvultU Two AuocUtod PTCH Full NO the 5 northeastern seaboard al presidential sweep is building vl Congressional Quarterlys fall survey found President Johnson comfortably ahead of lican nominee Barry Goldwater in all of me 12 Eastern states from Maine to Even Vermont which has fore voted for a Democratic presidential candidate is likely to go for Johnsonj Barring massive ticket split ting by voters in these states the Republicans could easily lose three Senate seats and as many as 12 House seats As for the Democrats they appear virtually assured of hold ing all the congressional offices now in their control with the exception of one or two scat tered House seats Only in gubernatorial elections do the parties appear fairly evenly matched Here is the outlook state by state MAINE Through Maine observers can scarcely believe it all soundings show Johnson leading Goldwater by sub stantial margins The last time Maine went JJemocratic for Talks suspended at GM x ob to officials in OMAHA AP Douglas County Atty Donald Knowles be gan an investigation Saturday of alleged bribery offers involv ing Mayor James Dworak of Mayor Dworak Mid hV never had any intention of accepting any check but wanted to see if he could get information which legal action could on be was 1912 Aided by thelumima lwo He said there no fi was maeo oy ine d mbe f city nancial transaction either direct Johnson Edmund planningBoard ly by him or indirectly for him iMd OVMhis Re Knowles nis Probe with Public Safety Director Chris nublicah backing of Gov Frank B Gigas added Weve been ford G Mclntire In the 2nd Morrison and with a pledge watching this very carefully but ford G Mclntire In the 2nd from sute Atty Gen clarence we have not been able to get craf William D Hathaway has a HV that real chance to defeat nm Mayor Dworak said he planned lican Kenneth P MacLeod a investigation is to profo WorU HefaJd Goldwater conservative in the immediateiy ana a report story and then consult with race for Mclntires seat made to the governor as jfjOwies aDOut possible steps He ueui UAUDCMIBE asPOS said Jflsaid durine his investigation he NEW nAmrpniKB after a with March 10 presidential primary The conference followed pubevidence but he when an absent Ambassador lication in Friday afternoon edihad no witnesses to the bribe Henry Cabot Lodge carried the lions of the Omaha World Herald offer he said was made day Gov John W King has of a story quoting John B Cole Tht vYorldHerald said Cok built a nonpartisan image arid man Chicago investment manI n had provided is likely to repeat his 1962 vieas telling of the alleged bribes tory over Republican John Pillsconnection with a million bury even though Republicans housing project Coleman are not as wracked by factionplanned in Omaha Hid alism as last time Mayor Dworak and City Ihe campalgTcoS VERMONT Despite its Ernest Adams rockribbed Republicanism VerStephen P Novak denied any i vYorldHerald informa which newspaper based a sixweek investigation on DETROIT UP The United Auto Workers union and General Motors Corp new contract negotiations remained suspended Saturday while pickets paraded at GM plants across the country v f The bargainers left the tables Friday for a coit pie of hours sleep but there was no definite indication Saturday when they would resume negotiations Meanwhile 1965 lauto production was at a standstill More than a quarter of a million UAW members stayed home on strike Asked when he planned to sit down again with GM bargainers UAW Presi dent Walter Reuther said Well be in touch with the corporation as soon as we get a few hours sleep and we are again able to join them at the bargaining table1 uran effort to begin to deal with the problems that brought about this strike Reuther added Lotus Seaton personnel vice told corporation and I think this is one thing we are both in agreement on that we need a couple of hours of sleep PIG IN POKEY Edward A Rud a farmer from Hammond Minn clutches his pig with whom he spent two hours in jail after taking part in a Na tional Farmers Organization demonstration at the St Paul Union Stockyards Rud is shown enjoying a i laugh with other farmers as he and eight others weie bailed out of jail Rud brought the pig to the demon stration and when he and the others were arrested the 40pound pig went along to the jail cell rnont appears ready to go Demo cratic for President this year Nevertheless incumbent Goy Philip H Hoff 1962 as the first Democratic gov ernor in 109 years faces a tough reelection battle against Repub lican Lt Gov Ralph A Footed MASSACHUSETTS Presi dent Johnson is likely to carry the state with several hundred thousand votes to spare and Sen Edward M Kennedy ap pears invulnerable No change in House seats is anticipated CONNECTICUT Observers wrongdoing in their with Coleman lieu Ally I I contacts r00 and were made to a third party who in turn wrote a Report on Kennedy is ready WASHINGTON AP The U S government geared up Saturday for big distribution of home and around the world of what is sure to be a best seller The Warren Commissions find expect Johnson to state by upwards votes sweeping Sen Thomas H Dodd back into office and electing the entire slate of six Democratic House candidates RHODE ISLAND Johnson is far in front with Sen John O Pastore and the states two Democratic Congressmen headed for easy reelection vic tories The LBJ tide gives Lt Gov Edward P Gallogly a good mayor uworaK a iircss T conferehw said the Adams and for aid account was basically and Adams a real estate broker substantially correct He added said the check represent li want it thoroughly undered so earnest money stood that neither I nor anyone on a transaction involving two associated with me has taken lots he owns near 72nd and any money to my knowledge Maple streets The lots he said are valued at The check Tho quoted maje out to the Ernest A Adams real estate trust account and lists the lots as Lots 11 and 12 block 5 Bonita Addition Subsequent to receiving this check he said three adjacent lots had been listed with him and he had a date to show them IS mgs on the assassination President John F Kennedy president and GMs top negotia tor agreed with Reuther and indicated something would be done about resuming negotia tions over the weekend He did not elaborate l A nationwide strike was called against the nations No automaker Friday when GM nd UAW negotiators failed to each agreement on a new threeyear labor contract Although assembly I i n s stopped turning out new Chev rolets Buicks Pontiacs Oldsmobiles and Cadillacs most of the companys parts factories continued in operation A company spokesman said approximately 300000 new cars were turned rout before the walkout to last 12 or 13 days of In keeping parts plant work ers on the UAW was I M W4KA m r The panelheaded by Chief engaging selective man as saying Mayor Dworak had agreed to a cam paign contribution and that Dworak had said he would not Observers veto a rezoning ordinance set carry the ting up the housing project of 200000 Dworak replied I had heard bed in Natch and he had a date lo snow mgjn rumors that there was hankySaturday The additional lots panky going on in this parbcuL valued at lar zoning but didnt realize it until Coleman offered me a I bribe So I played along with Cole man in an attempt to see if anybody in my planning departsaid ment was involved and to see if there were some dealings in thej City Council on zoning NATCHEZ Miss AP Al Almost simultaneously loud QIUQV fnrp a hnlp jarring explosion snook ine home of Mayor John Nosser last night and he blamed the bomb ing third on property he owns blast 15 blocks away tore a hole in the driveway outside the home of Willie Washington a Negro contractor whose house was bombed once before this chance to tipset popular Repub lican incumbent Gov John H Chafee the surprise winner in 1962 NEW YORK Most observ ers expect Johnson to outrun Goldwater by more than a mil lion votes Republican Sen Ken neth B Keating is placed in double jeopardy by the Gold water candidancy with which he has refused to associate him self and the candidacy of fornv er Attorney General Robert F Kennedy a new New Yorker who has proven himself a pop ular campaigner Big crowds and warm feeling for his late brother point to a Kennedy vic tory but late reports indicate regular upstate Swift union settle iside I The Globe on 3yeorcontract in 11 days on his role as a summer Again there were no injuries and property damage was limited to shattered win dows Within an hourpolice picked up an unidentified Negro man who they said was a suspect in he bombing of the mayors home Police declined to give ny details Just because a man is on the Cily Council doesnt mean that he had to drop out of the real estate business Adams peacemaker There were no injuries Damage to the twostory columned home was extensive Inside Clwr 2 CHICAGO walkout of Surveyor 3 10000 workers at 15 plants was Church 45 avoided Friday when the United Mason City rwws Food and Allied kattst markets 7 Workers reached agreement on a threeyear contract with Swift With fringe benefits the new pact will be worth 34 cents an lour more to workers Previous Society news Sports news 910 Editorials 1 Co a few hours before a strike deadline UPWA members slill musl TENOR DIES are those Moincs Sioux City land Omaha tnc regular upsiaie ixciiuoucui AYR Scotland Tenor The settlement provides annu vote holding solid for Keating Robert Wilson concert singer in al 6centperhour pay increases and some defection of normally Scotland died Thursday at the the first one retroactive to Sept s Democratic Jewish votes of 57 Keating in New York City Sev eral New York Republican House seats could topple too NEW JERSEY All signs point to an easy Johnson vic tory and the reelection of Democratic Sen Harrison A Williams Jr by a fairly wide margin The campaign of Wil liams opponent former White House aide Bernard M Shanley has failed to spark much inter est Two Republican House seats arc in serious danger Hugh Scott would normally be a solid favorite over Democratic nom inee Gcnevicve Blatt state sec retary of internal affairs But I dont believe it was done by colored people Nosser told The Associated Press I believe t was done by while people But t could have been either side Im trying to keep peace in his community ontracts expired Aug 31 bu were extended Armour Co Wilson Co and Morrell Co also hav come to terms with the union on nationally negotiated con jacts Provisions of the Swift pac include extension of the benefi period for hospital insuranc on a few toes of both races whenever either side got out of line this summer When white people get too far out of line Im against them he said The same with colored people Natchez an antebellum city with 24000 persons is in south west Mississippi about 65 mile west of McComb a town that has experienced 16 racial bomb ings in recent months Nosser said he and his wife It was very said Everybody heard it for seven or eight miles1 Nosser said his 15year old aughter and a girl friend had left the house 10 minutes before the explosion if they had walked out 10 minutes later they would have been killed were alone watching television when the bomb went off outside their front porch about pm CST It was so strong I felt th whole house would fall down he said For a cared to move Nosser said he had stepped from 70 days to a full year two cents more an hour for night work and a continuation of rates for jobs affected by new equip ment SAME DATE Mack Ftac MCMI Detth Tvtl 24 HMD while I wa for fear th Justice Earl Warren hasturned inits report of some 800 pages for publication to be released at 5 30 pm Sun day Government Printing Of fice is starting off with at run of 50000 copies for home con sumption with more to be print ed as needed r For the overseas public the U S Information Agency is lining up its Voice of America jortwave transmitters t to broadcast news accounts of the eport in 37 languages USIA said it is also speeding 25000 pamphlets containing the commissions conclusions to 228 posts m 107 countries The Government Printing Of fice copies go on public sale strategy designed1 toucootinoe the other twomembers of auto industrys big three Ford andChrysler in tnU production The blast concussion rippe off a pieceof c o r n i c e am cracked a baseboard at the front of the house A large floor oceiling crack appeared in on front room the mayor said A crater eight inches deep and bot wide was left in the yard There have been no arrests here at am EOT Monday at for a paperback and f3 25 cloth bound They may also be ordered by mail from the Superintendent of Docu ments U S Government Print ing Office Washington DC A hardcover edition for l 50 for some1 of their automotive equipment xt The selective walkout affects about 65 per cent ofanestinut ed r UAWrepresented workers at GM Threeyear contract agree ments already have been worked out for Fords estimated 130000 workers and another 74 000 at They vcall for higher pensions increased pay longer vacations additional holidays and other fringe benefits Reuther said the strike did not will be published by The Asso involve economic nutters GM had offered the union vir tually the same money ment it already has accepted from Ford and Chrysler The historic contract with Chrysler included early ceiling would fall In about thre minutes I wcnr lo the iron door The mayor said he found the glass doors smashed windows along the front of the white frame home shattered The same thing happened at the house of my next door neighbor Nosser said A piece of glass fell on their baby but didnt hurt her Police attributed the explosion to a time bomb tossed in the yard near the front porch In Iowa State press box A against women continues Goldwater trails Johnson so bad ly in the stale by several hundred thousand votes in most reports that he could carry Scolt to defeat with him The Johnson sweep could also en danger two currently Republican House seals DELAWARE P r e s i d ent Johnson is strongly favored in the stale but Jpublican Sen John J Williams is expected to turn back a challenge by Gov NORTHEAST Continued en 2 DES MOINES AP The State Board of Regents has a newly formalized policy against racial or religious discrimina tion but at least one member of the board is unhappy with it Mrs Robert Lubetkin of Des Moines caused a minor slorm of controversy Friday when she objected to a rule barring wom en from the press box al Iowa State University Thais discrimination isnt it she asked and called for an end to it as the board con sidered adoption of the policy statement Women arent allowed in Ihc locker rooms eilher remarked Regnel Mclvin Wolf of Waterloo The rule has not been fully enforced Iowa State has al lowed a few women in the press box lor such jobs as operating machines to transmit news re ports Mrs Lubelkin the former Mrs Hariette Valenline said she did visit the 1SU press box and found newsmen working from its roof She said this was unsafe and wanted it prohibited until safety devices are in stalled Nobodys permitted up there but cameramen said B H Platt Iowa Stale vice president for business and finance The board look no action on the safety proposal and did nothing toward guaranteeing women the same treatment as men However it did adopt a stiff policy prohibiling Ihe institutions it supervises from discriminat ing in any way on the basis of race religion color national origin or ancestry a The statement requires each institution to set out its non discriminalion policy in wriling and lo insert a clause in every contract for goods or services prohibiting the contractor from violating the Iowa fair employ ment law Violation of this clause would be considered a malerial breach of contracl In ils general article Ihe slalement declares The Board of Regents has a special obligation to have ils operations serve as a model for business induslry labor and education Board of R e g e n t s shall therefore in policy or in practice discriminate on the basis of race color religion national origin or anceslry With a few changes designed ID avoid administrative prob lems Ihe statement follows an executive order issued this year by Gov Harold Hughes against discrimination In other business the board authorized the University of Iowa to issue four new ad vanced master of arts in teaching the specialist in education and the master of science or doctor of philosophy degrees in chemical physics The regents appointed Presi dent Howard R Bowen of the University of Iowa a professor of economics He was named president this year to replace Dr Virgil Hancher who retired A brief executive session was called to discuss finding a re placement for President James Hilton of Iowa State who will retire next year but board members declined to comment after the meeting ment incentive m the form of ciated Press for distribution by pensions of up to a month for workers retiring at age M with 30 years service Robbery foiled at Belmond BELMOND men surprised in the act of trying to rob a safe at use Tomco Seed Corn Co here Friday night hot fled before they could be appre hended The men were discovered about 11 pm by an employe of the company who had retaned to the office for an reason The menfled when imptoye ran for help The men hadenteredthe fice building en the north ssdn of Belond by forcing a win jdow according to Wright Const r shenfPs efliceTs They were in the preteai of trying to peal hack the deer of a sixfoot when lered The dud of the ibeen knocked off ami side metal of the safe been pealed back Company officials saW safe contained oaiy pUtj Sheriffs offken saM JgD appeared to be fee amateurs The tools at the scene YOUNGSTER REUNITED Patrick Guirion 5 one of three Frertch children who were found safe Friday after being kidnaped is huggedby his grand father at a reunion in the family home in Marneyi France Friday night France mobilized 100000 po lice Saturday to hunt for the kidnapers North Iowa Wcolhcf outlook   

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