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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                PREDICTS 3St Vern Bergman Harrisonville Mo thinks he is going to grow 350 bushels of corn to the acre within the next five years Last year he averaged 21758 bushels an acre on a fiveacre plot He is holding the plastic hose he used to flood the field with water dur ing the dry spells JOHNSON CITY Tex AP President Johnson seeking votes in the Deep South has suggested that some Southern sections hear nothing at election time except Negro Negro Negro Johnson said Friday night other issues deserve more at tention notably the question of war or peace But he left no doubt about his own position on civil rights Any man worthy of thepresi dency he said must observe and enforce the Civil Rights Act Johnson tackled the racial question in a speech in political ly doubtful Louisiana And his remarks drew loud applause from racially integrated patrons of a Democratic dinner in a New Orleans hotel Southern elect ions ThePresidents speech televised at party expeace in Louisiana and neighboring Mis siscippi The New Orleans speech end ed three days of whirlwind cam paigning for the President Aft erward he and the First Lady flew here to rest up briefly at the ranch Johnson hits the campaign trail again Sunday Johnson launched into his Negro Negro Negro passage after stating that while some people want tq do it he is not gbing to let them build up the hate and try to buy people by appealing to their prejudice The remarks were not in his prepared text Removing his be said he remembered hearing about a conversation between the late House speaker Sam Ray burn a boy and an old Demo cratic senator from the South The President quoted the senator whom he did not name as having told Ray bum Sammy I wish felt a little better I would like to go back to old and I wont call the name of the state it wasnt Louisiana and it wasnt Texas I would like to go back down there and make them one more Democratic speech I just feel like I have one in me The poor old state they havent heard a Democratic speech in 30 years All they ever hear at election time is Negro Negro Negro I have done all that I know how to treat all Americans equally just and fair he said His second reference was in his text which he read at the fundraising dinner Prosperi ty must know no MasonDixon line and opportunity must know no color line That brought prolonged ap plause A bit later having finished with his text Johnson ad libbed Whatever your views are we have a Constitution and we have a Bill of Rights and we have the law of the land And twothirds of the Democrats in the voted for it and threefourths of the Republi cans I signed it and I am going to enforce it and I am going to observe it And I think any man that is worthy of the high office of president is going to do the same thing Aiming remarks directly at Southerners went on There is onlyone real big problem that faces you It is not an economic problem and it is not the Negro problem The only problem that faces you is whether you are going to live or die and whetheryour family is going to live or die Barry Pay tor lost liberties SPOKANE Wash AP Arizona Sen Barry Goldwater steers his campaign into the Pacific Northwest Saturday with an appeal to the voters to pay the rent for the individual lib erties he says they are in dan ger of losing In scheduled appearances in Spokane Portland Ore and Salt Lake City Utah the Re publican presidential nominee was expected to pursue his at tack on what he contends is President Johnsons aim of piling up more and more power in the federal government in Washington In a colorful setting on a pier on San Franciscos Fishermans Wharf Friday night Goldwater told a crowd estimated by har bor police at several thousand persons that the American tra dition is one of freedom and only we the people can keep Ihis freedom al the ballot box The Arizona senator spoke at the beginning of ceremonies which will climax on Columbus Day next Monday Italian ban ners streamed down from a warehouse in the background and a wax figure of Christopher Columbus stood lo his left as he spoke Il ft V t A crowd in a carnival mood cheered him on When hecklers set up a Johnson chant H WM promptly drowned outby alouder fe want ry response Goldwater arrived on scene in a private yacht1 It was escorted in a twomile run on San Francisco Bay by a small Coast Guardcutter and another private yacht A When the affair was over fireworks saluted the presiden tial nominees departure In what was billed as his sec ond nonpartisan speech of the day in campaigning in Los An geles and San Francisco Gold water dwelled on the theme that freedom comes to us from God but it could be lost if Americans exercise their voting franchise carelessly The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 10 1M4 UOc Paper ConsUU of Two Associated kuU No 209 Drop corn estimate DES MOINES ef fect of dry weather this sum mer on Iowas corn crop is much worse than government crop reporters thought a month ago The October report Friday sliced an additional 9786000 bushels off the estimated size of the crop to be haryesteddur ing the fall The average yield per acre also came down from 77 to 76 bushels A drought over much of north east Iowa at midsummer and rain scarcity in southern coun ties earlier contributed to fur ther drop in corn production the Midwest belt Based on Oct 1 conditions the Iowa Crop and Livestock Re porting Service figured the Iowa corn crop at 743736000 bushels Including the 39 million Bushel drop during August the total timated yield is now nearly 49 million bushels under the esti mates at midsummer However totalproduction if materialized will be a little above the 195862 average of 742626000 bushels It compares with Iowas record high of 860 320000 bushelslast year Iowas soybean crop is still estimated at another record high of 115198000 bushels with little change from a month ago although the national soybean outpul is down aboul six mil lion bushels from Sepl 1 National eslimales on crops as of Ocl 1 are about 356 bil lion bushels on com and aboul 698 million bushels on soybeans WASHINGTON AP Sat urday is the deadline for makers of nearly 5000 drugs tosubmit proof to the government that the drugs are safe and effec tive The 5000 include most of the important modern medicines your doctor prescribes arid some you buy without prescrip n number from the sulfas to he cortisones from tranquiliz ers to antihislamincs It will take years to complete But as of today the Food and Drug Administration must have n its hands reports on 5000 oi the drugs The FDA expects full com pliance and has not set up puni live action in advance It beginning of a hugi review of nearly allthe drugs that have entered the US market since 1938 some6OOC Court challenging the FDAs authority and seeking to exemp some 1000 longused branc name drugs from the review The FDA has temporarily ex empted the questioned drug from Saturdays deadline pend ing outcome of the suit FDA experts want the review and a r g u e that condition change with experience over Thedrug makers and their organization the Pharmaceuti CallsHultman prqgram pie in the sky WATERLOO Har old Hughes said here Friday night that his Republican op ponent Ally Gen1 Evan Hull man has come up wilh a pie in the sky stale school aid pro gram promising no boosl in slale laxes ind relying on eco nomic growlh lo help pay for it Hughes campaigned in central Jowa Friday including a Demo cralic dinner here and replied to the school aid program Hull man had announced earlier in the stale Hullmaii proposed an increase of million a year in direct school aid and a new million a year allotmenl for vocalional education making total in crease of about million and providing a school aid program of about million a year Hughes said Hultman also has recommended several kinds 01 Manufacturers Association the years and with the 5ntrpduc tion of new drugs The sulfas for in troduced as infectionfighters in the early 1940s have been sup planted in most jobs by penicil lin Today sulfas are used largely to fight urinary infections FDA experts say this change should be reflected in labeling and lit erature They also want to spell out in drug literature any unhappy ef fects drugs might have which would only have been discover ed after long usage in large numbers of patients The drug makers say thai Ihey have kept up wilh Ihe litera ture have watched out for un pleasant side effects from their they call having to report at least yearly on each drug in their catalogue unwar ranted interference Some drugs arc extmpt from the new FDA review notably penicillin and its derivatives and some other oldline antibiotics These are the socalled certified drugs passed for both safety and effectiveness by the FDA at the outset FDA spokesmen say they are prepared to exempt olher drugs from Ihe annual check afler the inilial review proposals B nations ROYAL REVIEW Queen Elizabeth talks with Major JMFournier commander as she reviews Royal 22nd Regiment on arrival at the French stronghold of Quebec Saturday morning The queen was greeted in theiprovince with a cool if not hostile reception Unprecedented security precautions w e r e put into UNITED NATIONS N New proposals for settling the explosive USSoyiet dispute over how o finance United Nations peacekeeping operations may come from one or more small member states in formed diplomats said Saturday They said such proposals might come ata meeting next Friday of a 21nation working group the only place where theUnited States and theSpviet Union ex change views at length over the crucialissue vLV The dispute centers ion whether As sembly or the Security Council should make peace and whether the jRussians and other should lose their assembly vote for fusing to7pay assessmerjts levied for Congo ahd Mid East operations The United States has served notice it willcall a showdown on the issuewhen the assembly convenes Nov 10 Smaller nations are seeking to head off a bigpower clash thai some fear could drive the Soviel Union out of the United Nations Kidnapers ask trade for Yank Soviet delegate Nikolai T Fedorenko fed that fear when he told the Security Counci Friday the trying to destroy our organiza ion by insisting that the righ o vote in the assembly be de ied to countries that have re used to pay Congo and Middle Cast costs He spoke at a mee ng at which the council unan mously recommended Malawa Nyasaland for UN membe hip Inside The Globe North Newman Surveyor 3 CARACAS Venezuela AP j Anonymous telephone callers have warnedthat a kidnaped US Air Force officer will die unless the life of a condemned Red terrorist in South Viet Nam is spared The threat against Lt Col VISITS FATHERS HOME Holding a toy dolphin in one hand and the hand of his Uncle Bob with his other John Kennedy Jr visits the house in Riverdale NY where his father the late president and his uncle the former U S attorney general lived when they were about JohnJohns age The former Kennedy home now is owned by Mr and Mrs Philip Sills Church news 43 Mason City news6J Latest markets Society news I Sports news Clear Lake news 10 Editorials 12 Comics 13 Classified pages 141S Michael Smolen 45 deputy chief of the US mission to Ven czuelan forces was made Fri day night in phone calls to The Associated Press and other news media Identifying them selves as proCornmunisl lerror ists they said Smolen would die an hour after the execution o Nguyen Van Troi a Viet Cong The calls were reported lo US and Venezuelan officials A terrorist gang kidnaped y the outlawed proCastro ed Forces of National Lib ration His whcre bouts remained unknown Sat urday as police stepped up a massive search Troi 19 has been convicted or an unsuccessful attempt to xmb a bridge that was to be used last May by US Secretary of Defense Robert S McNa mara on a visit to South Viet Nam He was sentenced to die n August Venezuelan Smolen at gunpoint Frida morning in a daring act simila to olher abductions carried ou The United States had circu aied a memorandum contenc hersVwere stiUitwo years vbe years v nd dues iwhen the ssembly met they shouidvfaU barter article ates that those be ind shall ountries are that far in arrears owr for to pay peace eeping costs Fedorenko cailed the memo andum a provocative act iolating the charter He1 said is government would nol pay ne kopeck ipr the Congo and lidEast operations A US source said the United States had enough votes to up told its position on Article 19 He said it could get a simple majority easily and a twothirds majority if necessary A US delegation spokesman said ample time remains for agreement to be reached before Nov 10 He opposed any delay in the assembly opening to give more time for negotiations with the USSR over the issue authorities sus pected Communists hostile to the US backed government here had staged the kidnaping They said Ihe lelcphone calls Ihrcatcning Smolens life were typical FALN tactics designed to get as much publicity from the abduclion as possible In Washington US State Department officials said Smo len and other embassy em ployes in Caracas had been warned thai such a kidnaping might be slaged Smolen hat taken certain precautions th officials said It was understood that the State Department was asking the US Embassy in Saigon for a report on Ihe Troi case The South Vietnamese government declined comment when asked whether Troi would be executed soon In Saigon US diplomats were Cite union help tax repeal and on the basis o his own recommendations woul dip into the states financial surplus The governor said it would cost million a year more just to keep local school costs on a level without an increase in local properly laxes and Hull mans figure is million short of meeting the need Regarding Hultmans mil lion recommendalion for a vo calional educalion program Hughes said Anyone conversanl with Ihis subject knows that this would not even prelcnd lo gel any kind of a program in vocational lechnical educalion going North Iowa Weather outlook Clear to portly cloudy and warmer threwgh Svnday Lows night in the 3tsv Crystal ball is hazy tor Gypsies Weather Details ew 2 LOS ANGELES ft Wilh the police nibbling at them on one flank and an inner schism over a prelcndcr to their throne gnawing al the olher Los Angeles Gypsy communily finds ilsclf in a bil of a bind Its enough lo make you wanl lo send out your crystal ball for an overhaul Jusl when local Gypsies had scltled down to brash oul Ihe problem of succession lo Ihc Ihrone here came 30 police cars sirens screaming and lights blinking and arrested aboul two dozen Gypsy women on charges of illegal fortune telling Officers referred to it joshing ly as Operation Crystal Ball As if the Gypsies hadnt enough to worry about already what wilh that extra king run ning around The whole thing started lasl Thursday n i g h I say the Gypsies when Ihey had galhcr ed al Ihe purpleandgolddcc oratcd home of George Adams 54 who claims he is king of the nations some 30000 Serbian Gypsies Seems a fellow named George Adams had turned up earlier in the week from Miami Beach Fla and claimed he was king Both claims apparently stem from the death last July of the Gypsies 15year ruler a man whose name was pay atten tion now George The surviving Adams says the olher Adams his cousin be the crown upon him four days before his death He adds lhal Adams has been claiming Ihe Ihrone for 15 years Thais whal they were talking about Thursday when the police showed up Adams his royal allenlion diverted as 100 policemen be gan driving away to jail wilh the women of the community deplored what he Icrmed Pol ice raids on our dear ordained Gypsy minislcrs who prcdicl the fulure from cards as part of their religion Police said they charge from to for a reading Adams denies that fortune Icilcrs work for a fee but ad milled they accepted donations Gypsies have a gift from God for reading the future in cards Adams says One of the three wise men was a card reading fortune Idler and lhats one source of our reli gion Our ordained ministers read the future in cards but they dont tell fortunes for pay Thats againsl Ihe law The law is what Inc fortune tellers released Friday on Iheir own recognizance will face Nov 6 when they enlcr picas in municipal court Meanwhile Iheres that mai ler of the kingship Howll it all end Maybe Ihe Gypsies crys tal ball could say Bui when asked why Ihc Gypsies if Ihey can read Ihe future couldnt see the police coming for Ihem Thursday Adams replied They must have been read ing somebody elses fulure at the time The Venezuelans have as urcd us they would use all the wiicc facililics al Ihcir disposal o oblain Col Smolens release 50 per cent ported to be studying the roposed deal One informant aid Troi had been sentenced to e next Thursday but other ourccs Were uncertain whether n execution date had been set hey held out the possibility roi might gel a lastminute epricve anyway because of his The Community Chest is more than half way to its goal to support Mason Citys seven Red Feather agencies with re ceipts from many major cm ploye groups still to come in As of Saturday morning the total stood at or 52V4 per cent of the communitywide need for the communitywide Red Feather services Robert Logan president of the volunteer Chest board pointed out that a major source of op timism for anolher successful Chest drive is the special efforts being made by labor unions or roll of those making quota Thatgr6up is the staff of Me Gladrey Hansen Dunn 4 Gage a certified ifKibUc accountant firm Thefirms workers not only made quota but had 100 per cent participation of employes With Ihe official campaign em phasis week t nearing an end Stale Deparlmenl official aid In New York Smolens par cnts Mr and Mrs George Smo en both 69 very upset were reported and trying to control their feelings Smolens a factor in pulling the Commu nity Chest over the top a year ago Unions are certainly cooper Jack Knapp drive cochairman again reminded Mason Cityahs that those whVi for any reascfi were missed by solicitors may mail checks to the Mason City Community E State The Chest appeal is the united campaign of seven groups senr ng Mason Cityans the vation Army Boy and Girl Scoutsi Public Health Family Service and YM and YWCAs wife here was state of shock reported in a ating said Larry Jarvill pros idenl of Ihe Ccrro Gordo County Federation of Labor The Com munity Chest services are a must in Mason City and were gelling behind Ihe Chest 100 per ccnl Jarvill pointed out that Clyde Johnson the federations chair man of community servicesis representing the unions in Chest planning Logan and Jarvill both noted the efforts being made by individual union organizations as well as through the federa tion SAME DATI1HJ5W COTwWHiMI TO at the Chest office one firms emnloyes joined the 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