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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             T h e newspaper that makes all N o r t h I o w a n s neighbor s Towns can aid new industries DES MOINES AP The Iowa Supreme Court Tuesday upheld the legality of an Iowa Jaw permitting use of revenue bonds by cities and towns to help finance new industry The high court ruled on a friendly suit brought by Jaime M Green former president o the Mount Pleasant Chamber o Commerce The City of Mount Pleatant was the first in the state to ap prove a revenue bond issue un der terms of the law passed by the 1963 legislature The purpose of the test suit was to gain a court ruling on the constitutionality jt the law The favorable ruling thus clears the way for a bonding company to guarantee the bonds Mount Pleasant voters ap proved a revenue bond issue last December to finance construction of a new plant there for Vega Industries of Syr acuse NY Tuesdays Supreme Court rul ing is expected to pave the way for other cities and towns to fol low Mount Pleasants lead The Supreme Court in its 80 opinion by Justice C Edwin Moore disagreed with the con tentions raised by Green Justice Moore said the law docs not violate the constitution al prohibitions against giving or loaning the credit of the state and there is no merit to a claim that the a c t embraces more than one subject matter and is therefore unconstitu tional Justice said neither is there any constitutional viola tion through permitting those engaged in manufacturing and processing to borrow money for plant facilities at rates lower than others He said the trial court cor rectly ruled against Greens contention that the plan for the city to take over the project started by the Henry County De velopment Corp is an unconsti tutional assumption of debt This court cannot agree with the claim that the proposed lease with Vega is vague and unenforceable Justice Moore said Home Edition VOL IM MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBCR 20 1H4 tltte t Paper CooiUU oj Two Auociited Preif full LMM No 117 Herbert C Hoover dies To fee buried at West Branch Iowa after Capitol rites Pholofax RECENT PICTURE OF HERBERT HOOVER Hultman LBJ aim To get a landslide highway link DES MOINES four lane highway system linking all of the states major cities was recommended Tuesday by Atly Gen Evan Hultman Republi can candidate for governor Hultman said such a highway system was recommended as clearly needed in a 1961 tudy of the Automotive Safety foundation and also has been uggestcd by the State Highway Commission This would save both mon By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson is scheduling a scries of homestretch cam paign trips Subject to the priorities of the presidential job he is under stood to have told his campaign lieutenants he will attempt to make personal appearances in all areas where they believe such campaigning will boost his vote total The presidents obvious aim is not only to defeat Sen Barry Gold water but to rout his Re publican opponent This in volvcs direct attacks on Gold waters position in areas where the GOP strategists believe their candidate is strongest After a mccling Wednesda with his special advisory com mittce on foreign policy John son is expected to take off agai for Ohio Goldwater has listed the Buckeye state as one he man Reicks was working under must carry if he is to win N Hampton farmer dies in accident NEW HAMPTON Jerome F Reicks 32 Lawlcrarca farm cr was killed in an unusual corn picking accident at his farm Monday evening According to Chickasaw Coun ty Deputy Sheriff Claude Hoff ey and lives Hultman said He added that he has been told ai capitol such a system could be com pleted in the next eight years L funds were available Hultman said needed money could be raised under his pre viously outlined proposals to ssue bonds to step up highway construction Hultman told newsmen that increased gasoline ax collections because of more ravel by Iowa motorists could ae used to help pay the cost of issuing the bonds He said the safety foundation study recommended that the cities of Waterloo Cedar Rap ids Iowa City Dubuque Clin ton Davenport MuscaUne Bur lington Fort Madison Mount Pleasant Fairficld Ottumwa Des Moincs and Marshalllown be linked through the fourlane A place in his Iowa sod To rest on grassy knoll WEST BRANCH bert Hoover the only lowan ever to become president of the United States will be laid to Jf rest on a grassy knoll overlook ing the tworoom cabin in which I he was born I The burial plot is on the grounds of the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library whichhe helped dedicate on his last visit to his birthplace two years ago The plot known as the Over look is surrounded on three sides by evergreen trees shield ing it from the winds blowing across now barren corn fields to the south The open side of the 30foot plot faces the library and a lit le farther on across the mean lering Wapsinonoc Creek the rough hewn cabin ofhis black smith father and devoutly reli gious mother John Henry a member of the Hoover Foundation said the 5th Army will be in charge of the 7 funeral cortege and arrange ments under a directive of the late President John F Kennedy Hoover will lie in state in New York for taken by DC where he will lie in At 90 he worked almost to the end NEW YORK President HerbertClark Hoover died at the age of 90 in his New York apart ment Tuesday after a lengthy illness Hoovers condition took a turn for the worse Sat urday when he was en with a sudden and maswise humane elder statesman 5 stve internal hemorrhage He was sought out for counsel 1 fromthe upper gastro inby Democratic officeholders as 1 testinaltract as Republicans Countless Histwo sonsHerbert Jr and friends and admirers came to Allan Henry were with him in love him as a man of immense his 31st floor suite in the Waisympathies and gentle wit dorf Towers when he died Even his grave illnesses of re The body of the 31st president cent times did not stop him will lie in state fortwodays from leisurely conversations in St Bartholomews Episcowith callers and from keeping pal Church on Park Avenue two secretaries at work with Then after memorial services his writing it will be taken by train to utejy it hd taken ei9nt Washington for a service in the tf thfim tQ fc with hisoul rotunda of the national Capitol put But waning health slowed Burial will be in national him down park at the site of a small cot He underwent surgery for an tagc where he was born in West abdominal cancer in August Branch Iowa in 1874 1962 made an astonishing The St Bartholomew service comeback from anemia brought will be similar to that conductedon by intestinal bleeding in f w AP PhotoFax for his wife Lou Henry 20 years ago in the same church She died at the age of 10 Those close to Hoover said he wasstoic through his illness never complaining of pain Only one otherformer presi dent John Adamslived longer Adams the fixations second chief executive was 90 years arid 8 months old when hie died Hopy WITH FIRST LADY IN President and Mis Heibeit C Hoover two days and then be are shown withtheir dogin Washington on June 15 1932 Hoover was in the death was written on Waldbrf train to Washington final year of his presidential term Astoria Hotel stationery by his personal physician Dr Michael J Lepore It said under the rotunda of the nation The body of the 31st president of the United States then will be flown to nearby Iowa City where the cortege will form for The President is scheduled to speak in Baltimore Thursday night Maryland has been named along with New Jersey and Pennsylvania as among the middle Atlantic states where Goldwalcrs strategists believe he has a good chance These appearances may bej followed by a presidential dip into Tennessee for a speech at Memphis Goldwatcrs aides called the races in Tennessee and Arkansas close ones which their man could win Cords pick Schoendienst ST LOUIS St Louis baseball Cardinals announced Tuesday that Coach Albcr Red Schoendienst is their manager for next season corn picker when the hood of a jacket he was wearing be came caught in the machine Death was caused by strangu lation according to Dr Paul C Richmond New Hampton Chickasaw County m e d i c a examiner Reicks body was found about pm by his wife Funeral services arc pending L the LarkinMartin Funeral omc New Hampton Reicks lived with his wife nd three children on a farm miles northeast of Lawler highway system With the interstate system this would give us safe roads to all of the major cities in Iowa Hultman said The attorney general did not estimate what such a system would cost Oct 20 A good day for birthday GOLDVEIN Va W The problem in the Larry Farmer household Tuesday is how many the trip here a distance of about 10 miles Henry said plans have been made lo bring the body of Mrs Hoover from California to this peaceful village for interment near her husband of 44 years Mrs Hoover the former Miss Lou Henry died of a heart at tack in 1944 in their apartment at the Waldorf Towers in New York The last time Hoover cast his eyes on the gently rolling hills of honte the elms and the ma pics he took the occasion make a solemn plea for the ere ation of a Council of Free Nations Such an organization he sale lis arms folded placidly across Inside The Globe Editorials 4 North Iowa news 5 Clear Lake news 8 Society news 1011 Sports news 1314 Latest markets 16 Mason City news 1617 Comics 18 Farm news 19 Transit timetable 70 Classified pages 2021 REACT INVASION MANILA US Ma rincs landed at Leyte Island Tuesday in a rccnaclmcnt o the landing 20 years ago tha began the liberation of the Phil lippincs from Japanese occupa lion North Weather outlook Partly cloudy and windy through Wednesday Warmer Tuesday night in tow 40s Turning cooler Wedrm day high in low I lis chest is needed to work for peace and freedom in the world when the United Nations proves ineffective Former President Harry Tru man was there to help his old friend that day in August of 1962 Truman recovering now from the effects of a fall de scribed Hoover as one of Americas greatest men were other words of praise for Hoover He listened President Hoover October 20 1964 Time am Hoover president 1932 a Republican was from 1929 through June 1D63 and recovered from a kidney hemorrhage complicat ed by a respiratory infection in February 1964 Asked how he felt oh his 90th birthday he said too oldi He didnt make itto the 1964 Republican Convention in San Francisco although he had at tended every other one since 1928 But the grand old man of the Grand Old Parti sent a fareweir message noting ha had offered last word be fore but this is really in that message he said theworld is the first obligation of statesmen and gov ernment arid that the major world issue today is whether SAME Mcins Traffic Death In Iasl M Photofax The great depression set in during his term and hewas succeeded by Franklin D Roos evelt but he continued to live an active life in humanitarian work and in writing Work was his rule He called it the best antidote to ills and pills He worked al most to the end Repeatedly during his latter years he had fought off serious ailments Hoover said in a birthday mes sage on Aug 10 that the key to Americas abundance was its freedom Freedom is ttv open window through which pours the sun light of the human spirit and o Hoover government shall be the servant or master of men Hoovers image was that of American individualism and of unswerving devotion tocoun try The soul of our America HOOVER Continued on J 30day period of mourning is declared by LBJ WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson proclaimed Tues day a 30day period of mourn ing for former President Herbert human dignity HOOVERKENNEDY MEETING The late As president vhen the grea President John F Kennedy was greeted with a hand Depression hit the nation in shake by former President Herbert C Hoover when 1939 Hoover endured much he paid a courtesy call on Hoover at his suite in abuse but he liverf to regain the Waldorf Towers in New York April 28 1961 wide affection and esteem as He directed that the American flag be flown at half staff at the White House on all buildings grounds and naval vessels the nation and atembassies and other facilities abroad candles to put on one birthday to them all and then with a cake or should it be separate mischievous glint in his misty cakes for everyone AH four eyes he said it would take too Farmer children were born to reply to the ovcrstatc Oct 20 Debbie is 8 Larry Jr j mcnts made about him 5 Timmy 3 and its the first i birthday for Dennis Hoover was here Aug 111954 Chest total near 75 per cent mark The Mason City Community hcsl total hovered Tuesday at he threequarter mark in Ihc campaign for support of the seven Red Feather agen The total stood at ror 741 per cent of the quoLa and was expected to move past 75 per cent as the days returns came in Another employe group added lo the honor roll of those mak ing their goals The workers at Mctalcraft Inc reached their quota with 100 per cent parlici pation of company employes The drive is for support o the Salvation Army YM and YWCAs Boy and Girl Scouts Public Health Nurses and Fam jily Service 60 SO But he added I will sim lify it all for you by saying icy are all true The crowd that sunny day housands strong sang Happy irthday lo the son of Iowa After all he was home as he aid as the shadows gather round me1 Hoover well remembered vintcrs spent in his home state f Iowa Back in 1953 he wrote The climate of Iowa has changed and its youngsters no ongcr have the full joys of by onc winters My fondest memory is of snow over the fence tops when we had lo dig fivefool deep canals lo the barn and the road By this kindness of nature we were able to satisfy our youthful yearning for speed jy sliding down every hillside with our tummies tight on our homemade sleds f KELLY DIVORCED LOS ANGELES Actor Jack Kelly once costar of the television series Maverick was divorced Monday by trcss May Wynn HERBERT HOOVER 11 1954 was Herbert Hoover Day in Mason City It began with a breakfast for1the honored guest here to dedicate a new elementary school which bears his name Flanking him at the table are Dr Lawrence H Shepoiaer then superintendent of schools here and now at Wichita Kan and Mayor George E Mendon Hanford MacNider who ed as US minister to Canada under President Hoov er greets him at the Mason City Municipal Airport on his arrival here Aug 11 1954 That day Mr Hoover described MacNider as a close friend of mine for 40 good times and bad   

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