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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The newfpoptr that makes all North lowans neighbors Few real warm to Goldwater By LAURENCE ftAftftfTT New Yerk HereUTribune News Service RepuWi can alsorans of 1964 reflect in their post convention activity the intraparty division caused by the nomination of Sen Barry Goldwater Efforts of the five leaders who were considered in the racebe fore San Francisco range from active support for the national ticket to something approaching neutrality in the JohnsonGold water contest None of the five however has declared for Pres ident Johnson Nor is any of them expected to do soin the last weeks of the campaign In descending ef ere Goldwater activity the five are Richard M Nixon former vice president who is in the midst of a strenuous 36state tour on behalf ofthe Gold water Miner slate William Scrantori governor of Pennsylvania and Goldwa tcrs strongest challenger at San Francisco who has done some campaigning for Goldwa ter but will spend the rest of October politicking in his own state Nelson A Rockefeller gov ernor of New York and Gold waters most bitter preconven tion opponent on public policy who waited 6 to re affirm a pledge to back the na tional ticket George W Romney seek ing reelection as governor of Michigan who refuses to an nounce how he is going to vote but has consented to appear in Michigan with Goldwater Henry Cabot Lodge former senator and ambassador to South Viet Nam who went to Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER It 1M4 tlOe X Two FuJJ No 217 uam buildup revealed 75000 witness burial Hoover laid to rest in the Iowa he loved By RON SPEER WEST BRANCH sol diers stood guard Monday on a cedar shrouded hillside which held the body of Herbert Clark Hoover 31st president of the United States Hundreds of lowans planned to pay final respects with a visit to the grassy knoll where the worldfamed humanitarian and statesman was buried Sun day in a brief solemn cere mony Local rifts delay GM production Thousands walked slowly past the grave after the service which was attended by Hoovers family his friends and col leagues An estimated 75000 persons stood quietly in the distance be hind farm fences and cordons of soldiers as a leading Quaker and friend of Hoovers Dr El ton Trueblood conducted the final rites This is not a time for tears Dr Trueblood said His words echoed from loudspeakers down the grassy valley to the two room house where Hoover was born 90 years ago The story of Hoover is a great one and it is a good one The words resounded over gold en cornfields and into the farm yards Hoover loved so well as a boy It is essentially a story that is triumphantand our mood today should be rejoicing As shadows from the tall thin cedar trees fell across the knoll Hoovers coffin was lowered in to a concrete vault in a 10foot by 10foot crypt The lid placed on the vault said simply Her bert Clark Hoover and the dates 1874 and 1964 Soon a 4foot by 9foot white marble slab will be laid over his grave Another will be placed for his wife whose body is to be brought here in the next few days from California and placed in the crypt before it is sealed More elaborate records of Hoovers rise to fame arid rich es after leaving 80 years ago as a poor orphan are in the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library near the modest cottage Accounts of Hoovers burial will be added to the library col lection Missing however is a newspaper report of his birth Hoover was born 11 months before the weekly West Branch Times which is still published was founded The newspaper does note however that his father Jesse a blacksmith died of rheuma tism in 1880 Hoovers mother Huklah died three years later Hoover at 10 went lo Oregon to live with his uncle West Branch residents say he left with two dimes in his pocke and his rail road ticket pinned to his coat He never came back to West Branch to live but his eldest son Herbert Hoover Jr said HOOVER Continued on Page 2 DETROIT AP ending of a 31day Despite nationa walkout against General Motors Corp the giant of the automak ing industry was hobbled Mon day by locallevel strikes tha threaten to snuff out new opera tions The question of when the com pany that normally turns out more than half the nations new automobiles might get any as Europe and Canada after the convention on a diplomatic mis sion for President Johnson Now he is campaigning for a number of Republicans but declines to take an explicit public position on the presidential election In the view of Goldwater strategists only Nixon is n ing an appreciable contribution sembly lines to the Goldwater cause GoldUnanswered water seems to be aware of this judging from his sugges tion that Nixon wouldmake a good Secretary of State Scranton concluded a nine that 95 of 97 loci state tour Oct his tone ing had given has been markedly more re strained than Nixons He spends a good deal of his speak ing time explaining why he was speaking for Goldwater in the first place Rockefeller has made no out ofstate speeches on Goldwaters behalf and plans none He ap peared with Goldwater in Al bany on Sept 25 but somehow neglected to express clearly the hope and expectation that Gold water would win Nor did the Governor follow tradition by in troducing the nominee as next President Rockefeller simply called him the Repub lican candidate going One again was company source guessed Within a cou ple of days maybe The United Auto Workers union announced Sunday nigh that 95 of 97 local unions report overwhelming three Romney appeared twice with Goldwater on Sept 26 In His introduction of the candidate Romney recalled the senators long and dedicated service to the Republican party When ever and wherever the party needed him Romney said there he was But Romney did not exactly say he hoped Goldwater would be elected President And like Rockefeller he presented Gold water simply as the Republican candidate not as the next Presi dent At no time did Lodge commit himself to support Goldwater enthusiastically or otherwise When asked the other day to state his current position he told a reporter I said after the balloting at San Francisco I would not bolt from the Repub lican party and that also I was not going to abandon the posi ratification to a new year national contract The UAW announced that the national strike was terminat ed but at the same time said the 28 local units which had not reached attheplant working agreements which supplement the national contract would stay out At the time 102 of the UAWs 130 units in GMs empire had reached locallevel settlement With announcement of the national strikes ending GM called back maintenance and makeready crews in the Pon tiac Division at Pontiac Mich Ithe Buick Division at Flint Kanawha boy hit by car killed KANAWHA A 13yearo Kanawha boy was killed about 5 pm Saturday when the bi cycle he was riding was struck car on a farmtomarket Bolster atomjet forces B52s moved nearer China By FRED HOFFMAN AP Military Writer WASHINGTON AP The United States has posted a quadron of 15 B52 heavy jet uclear bombers on the island Guam within about 2000 miles oE Red China it was earned Monday The unpublicized move made ast spring places the 15 B52s about 5000 miles closer to Com munist China than when they were based in the United States 5 miles southwest of by a road icre Michael Orvick son of Mr and Mrs Manley Orvick rural Kanawha was dead on arrival at a Belmond hospital following the accident Young bicycle struck by a car driven by My The squadron sent Guam replaces a unit of older medium jet B47 bombers B52s have at least twice the striking range and carry much more of an atomic wallop than the B47s The B52s also fly faster and higher This is the first time that the longrange B52s have been de ployed overseas The other 600 leavy jets are stationed in the United States half of them on runway alert and ready for takeoff within 15 minutes No additional are sched uled for this year theAir Forcesaid ron Collins Renwick Wrigh County sheriffs officers who in vestigatcd the accident said Collins was blinded by oncom ing lights just before his car 31ST PRESIDENT BURIED Dr Elton Truebloocl a friend conducts graveside services as coffin containing remains of for mer President Hoover is lowered The 31st President was born 90 Photojax years ago in West Branch about a quarter of a mile from this hill side site in Hoover Memorial Park Mich and the BuickOIdsmo ilePontiac plant in Kansas City Kan Louis G Scaton GMs vice president for personnel and its chief negotiator said there would be other callbacks but he was unable to pinpoint them immediately and I dont think anybody else can either By FRANK CORMIER MACON Ga ifi Johnson campaigning in the South accused his opponents The UAW said that the 28 local it knew only units without attheplant agreements ppsi lively were not going back im mediately The national strike was a selective one The union ordered members in GM plants sellin parts to Chrysler Corp and Ford Motor Co to stay on th job But in all it idled more than 300000 of GMs work force of LBJ warns of Barry threat jpaign appeals directly Southern audiences Presidentj in cfrect hc said tjle Soulhj will rise again and promiseda CEDAR RAPIDS 66 yearold nurse was charged with 11 s child stealing Monday in the alj ilegcd abduction of a 3yearold Barry attack on Hubert struck the bicycle No charges were filed against Collins The bicycle had no lights or reflectors officers said Funeral services for Orvick will be held at 2 pm Tuesday at St Johns Lutheran Church here with burial in Norway Township Cemetery TheCar ter Funeral Home Kanawha is in charge of arrangements Survivors include his parents three sisters his materna grandmother Murtle Langerud Forest City and a great grand mother Mrs Louis Gorath For cst City Asked the reason for sending1 the is B52s to Guam the Air Force said the purpose is to more effectively utilize the air craft The type of B52 stationed on Guam has ting range miles with the fuel it carries in its own tanks an effective opera of more than 6000 to help out in that direction irl who had been the object of massive search by more than volun 200 police officers and a speech leers statements injpreparcd for delivery at Jack Mrs Margaret Lillian Suever office andlsonvillc Fla hit directly at his SALISBURY Md AP Sen Barry Goldwater keynot ing the windup week of his pres idential campaign told a Mary 360000 It started tions of a lifetime You can not conserve if youre not will ing to innovate We live in dangerous disorderly and complicated world a world in which simple remedies can be dangerous I stand on what said at San Francisco Sept 25 when a Monday of using wild charges T h e president in and impulsive lopes they can radically change the American way of life Johnson zipping through Flor ida Georgia and South Carolina in his blue and silver jet trans port said there is only one course open to the voters on Nov 3 We must crush this threat to American life he said We Waterloo youth gets life term WATERLOO AP Tohn Thomas Kyle 17 was sentenced to life imprisonment Monday on a first degree murder convic tion in the knife slaying of pret ty Diane Kaye Gable 19 last May 31 District Judge Blair C Woot fixed the degree of guilt shortly before passing sentence on the spectacled muscular youth Kyle was emotionless except that tears came to his eyes when hc stood lo hear the ver diet deadline for new national agree ment was passed A new nation al contract was negotiated on Oct 5 but the union authorized locals to stay out in support of attheplant demands Inside The Globe 4 Society news e7 Clear Lake news news Htt Bewting news 12 Merth lewe newi 13 Latest lewe markets Ma sen City newt 1415 Transit timetable II Classified pages 1119 North Iowa Weather outlook must restore the twoparty system health of 0111 And we mus ampaign opponents but with mt mentioning Barry Goldwa er his Republican rival Said Johnson Under the what added love told police she knew she did was wrong but the New York congressman could carry on the work of a GOP administration about Bil But Im Im not worried I wanted a child to land crowd Monday he isjMffler hc said scared stiff at the prospect of scared stiff about Hubert Hum Sen Hubert H Humphrey evenphrey becoming president I flew to Salisbury Goldwater said also that Prcsjfrom Washington at the control of a chartered DCS after a brie She was being held in the Linn ident Johnson is looking for what Goldwater called a man wild charges and impulsive j County jail on bondtpend g arraignment in District in i Court Tuesday The woman statements of the opposition is hidden a deadly serious inten tion They would initiate pol icies which would radically marria2cs change the American way of life Ratliff who had two grown sons during four date for socialism The Republican chat with Jmate presidentilj The GOP Uphold law on race listing in divorce decrees WASHINGTON AP Th Supreme Court upheld Monda Refueled by aerial tankers le eightjet B52s can extend ieir ranges by thousands of miles Each B52 can carry a brace of ic heaviest nuclear weapons in he US arsenal weapons acking explosive equivalents of 4 million tons of TNT Furthermore B52s are fitted o launch Hound Dog missiles These nuclearheaded missiles an blast ground targets more han 500 miles from their moth er bombers validity quiring of a that Virginia divorce law re decrees To confuse enemy defenses 352s can fire off decoy missiles called Quail The 13footlong Quail flies at B52 speeds and altitudes producing a blip on enemy radar similar to that made by an actual B52 L The Air Force has been retiring its aging B47s A state the race of the husbands and wives Miller his runnin vice presidential Two Negro from a decision threejudge Alexandria women appealed by a special federal court in Va The special as we know it In another text prepared for get on with the work of buildz Macon Ga audience John ing America i Several times Johnson seized to aim his cam LBJ Continued on 2 standing near a downtown corner Satur afternoon and child home with her The anguished parents Mr nominee aimed much of his fircjnominee was waiting aboard his at Humphrey the Dcmocraticjown airplane at lhc Washington presidential contender as u Aip fa d f did Saturday in Texas ncn Goldwater said flatly Johnson campaign swing in the South is not doing the job of the pres in eitner world affairs or Reds buy wheat from Canadians on the domestic Goldwater said both Hum Goldwater strolled over and they compared notes on cam paign schedules for the windup week phrey and Johnson want a planned economy nt land Mrs DeWayne Ratliff re I ported the girl missing at 6 pm Saturday launching a Now search by 50 policemen 75 citispell this thing out zcn band radio volunteers andsaid Boy and Explorer Scouts When you control the econo Mrs Sueverkruebbe and her my you care how you Goldwater court said that vital statistics obviously arc aided by denota tion in divorce decrees of the race of the parties The Supreme Court in a brief order summarily affirmed the special courts ruling The order noted that Justices John M Harlan and William J Brennan favored hearing argument on the appeal before announcing a decision onetime fleet of about the sixjet craft has been re duced to about 400 planes s t Hultman warns of costly tax plan of Hughes charged Monday piecemeal tax WINNIPEG Man AP Russia has bushels of from flour diarr Wheat Monday The cash sale is around S21 million bought 106 million wheat and wheat Canada the Cana Board announced of the wheat and flour would diverted to Cuba which has nol charged economic ties with Russia husband Thomas 52 returned ithe girl lo her home Sunday morning 16 hours after the al Sueverkmeb 1 leged a abduction motcl dish economy are in he told a socialized a crowd that turned out on a balmy Indian Summer day to stand in a big semicircle around the front of 9 Marines die in fiery mishap washer was the Salisbury Civic Center HUELVA Spain Police estimated the Salisbury US Marines died Monday in Ihe turnout at a little over wreckage Nikolai Bclousov a high The child had net been put it at 7000 ranking officer of the Sovicljlestcd I Grain Board negotiated the Sueverkruebbe told police nisi the v w o r t h sale at the Wheat Board headwife brought the child home should keep vice presidential helicopters which of two collided H34 and quarters here VariaWe cloudiness Tuesday Showers in east per tien Monday night end Tues day Monday night in mid Highs Tuesday in lew 70s Weelher on Page 2 Shipment will be made Belowsov was a member hrough St Lawrence and Atjthe Russian team that negotiat antic ports starting nexlcd last falls twostage 239 purchase and he asked her Where did you get her of She replied I didnt gel her choices in make their mind when decision a they week out of the sky from Tuesday Goldwater said Sueverkruebbe said he left forlhe and his running mate Rep work Saturday night and E Miller agree on a cnild was month The sale involves 250jmillionbushcl wheat 000 long tons of wheat and from Canada The 25000 long tons oi flour 11963 sale was the biggest smio a widespread search until he Under the contract the wheat lc wheat disposal in about it Sunday morning and flour can be shipped to philosophy andaboul m fcct crashed while participating in massive USSpanish amphibi ous maneuvers near here The helicopters with scores of similar craft from the inva sion fleet offshore were pre paring to land in the drop area along a rocky escarpment whcr they collided at an altitude of Other Marines already land cd from the shiptoshore hcli copters assisted the survivor and tried to remove the dead before fire engulfed both craft The crash occurred as Ma rine and Navy helicopters wer DES MOINES can Atty Gen Evan Hultman that the proposals made by Democratic Gov Har old Hughes would cost lowaos e than if they were adopted Hultman starting the last week of the 1964 political cam paign for governor planned to hammer away until election day Nov 3 op what he ailed Hughes failure to spell ut his tax program in detail With the electibo a week way he Hughes has not ex laincd his total tax program etail so the voters will know xactly what new kinds of taxes ic wants Hultman told news men The governor has not been air and honest with the voters engaged in a more sortie troops transfer of lo shore as than 1300 invasion part of Cuba as well as the Soviet Un ion The Wheat Board mcnt did nol specify i i iv a u aisuui vj j 11 JThe child was returned to her southeast side home while The Soviet Union had to snortiy afterward lmg Wlth brotncrs and wheat because of a crop lailurei which undoubtedly contributed1 ters Both caught fire and were burning furiously they hit sisthe rocky hill Twelve Marines i aboard the two machines man 30000 man USSpanish force The dead Marines all from the 2nd US Marine Division were not immediately ident ficd announceto Nikita liow much downfall 1 Khrushchevs recent The Ratltffs parents ef three other young children said Bar bara wandered away from their A Sueverkruebbe said he and his wife tried to adopt a child but the plans fell through aged to make their way out of the flames and a 13th was res badly injured A Heel of 120 them from the Ic has been announcing tm ax increase ideas in bits and pieces in the hope that voters will not see the whole picture and realize what he is trying to do Hultman added ships most o United States and 50000 men were involved in the operation The exercise will continue for 20 days 1MWS4S   

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