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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 17, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Positive attitude IP needed Farm Bureau chief speaks DBS MOINES AP dent J Memll Anderson at the Farm Bureau called on the organization Tuesday to re main flexible to change but firm on principles Andersons remarks at the 1M4 Iowa Farm Bureau convention rounded out the Newton farm ers first year as head of the Iowa branch of the Farm Bu reau which he called the only general farm organization con tinuing to grow About 3500 persons were ex pected to attend the convention which ends Wednesday Anderson said Farm Bureau members dare not ignore change We must constantly re examine our business our poli tical and philosophical concepts and our organizations direction We must ask ourselves whether we are doing things the way we are because this is the way we have always done it and so it is because this is the best way Calling on the Farm Bureau to show a positive attitude and a willingness to cooperate with others Anderson said Our members are reasonable people We should be willing to modify our positions when judgments and details but stand firm on fundamentals and principles We must be determined to fight when necessary fight without fear or rancor fight hard and effectively for whats right for farmers and for our beliefs As to legislative reapportion ment Anderson said the Farm Bureau had a partial defeat and a partial victory in the 1964 leg islative action in this field but the Supreme Court took it out of our hands The Farm Bu reau fought for the Shaff Plan of reapportionment which the voters rejected last year and tried during the special legisla tive session this year to keep a strong voice in the legislature for rural areas Urban areas will be much stronger in the legislature elect ed Nov 3 to take office in Jan uary The increased urban repre sentation will make our work in the legislative field more diffi cult but not hopeless Ander son said We will need to work harder than we have in the past We will need to be better organized We will need a more united voice but we can be in fluential No party and few state officials will ignore an or ganization of 113000 families There is only one course we can take Tighten our belts pre pare to work harder to gain jm of the issues con tinue to fight fairly and assume that this kind of a course will win I think it will Anderson emphasized the bi partisan nature and position of the Iowa Farm Bureau and added Our organization is in terested in issues and accom plishments in maintaining a twoparty in pro moting the welfare of either party over the other We must be fair to both parties We must cooperate with both but we will not become a tool of either We pursue justice for farmers but also for all segments of our economy 1st lowq case of polio in last 2 years DES MOINES AP The first confirmed case of polio in Iowa in more than two years has been reported to the State Department of Public Health Hospitalized with the disease the department said Tuesday is James Ford 5 of Iowa City The boy was confirmed as a polio victim Nov 7 the depart ment said The last previous confirmed case of polio in Iowa was in October 1962 The Ford boy had been vacci nated with the Salk serum in 1959 and 1960 and received a booster shot in 1961 the depart ment said He also received the Sabin vaccine orally last July The department said the boy has paralytic polio There have been no other cases of polio re ported in the Iowa City area MALAYSIA INFILTRATORS SINGAPORE Malaysian forces combed the outskirts of Singapore and marshy jungles of the southern Malayan main land for Indonesian infiltrators Tuesday North Iowa Weather outlook VarieMe ckwrfinees Wednesday Lews mihi i M 11 IVw aYFenV nerTI west Wednesday WeelfMr gn X newspaper that mokes all North lowans Home Edition VOL IN MASON CITY IOWA TUiSDAY NOVEMBER 17 1H4 PMW of OM Pmt LMO Wtree 241 Photofax DAY OF OLD Possibly inspired by the hooded armor of knights of old is this Phil Rose creation displayed by model Tara Glynn at a spring wear fashion show in Beverly Hills Calif The knit outfit which features handcrocheted sleeves and hood might be just the thing for the girl who physically is endowed more generously below the neck than above JSee ttory on 8 LBJ forgot to bring the wedding ring WASHINGTON AP hope this marriage lasts the minister said 30 years ago when the bridegroom Lyndon Baines Johnson was in such a hurry be forgot to buy a ring Theyll probably laugh about it again Tuesday night at a fam ily dinner party in the White House celebrating the wedding anniversary Lady Bird Johnson still keeps as a memento the Sears Roe buck ring hastily purchased be cause young Johnson goofed on the day of their wedding in old St Marks Episcopal Church in San Antonio Tex Nov 17 1934 The Rev Arthur K McKinstry officiated Their 30yeer marriage mile stone comes exactly two weeks after the election in which the Johnsons were assured another fouryear lease on the White House They got the election returns in the Driskill Hotel in Austin Tex a spot of fond memories It was there Lyndon and Lady Bird had their first date breakfast in the hotels coffee shop It was all a far cry from the day they were married Lyndon 26 and Claudia Alta Lady Bird Taylor 21 Johnson then was secretary to Texas Rep Richard Kleberg Only last week entertaining the presidentelect of Mexico Johnson recalled he and his wife had honeymooned in Mexico at Xochimilco famed for its float ing gardens Recently Mrs Johnson said she thought ber husband was a remarkable man when she mar ried him still think hes remarkable and I know a lot more about him she added with a smile Tuesday night the Johnsons bope to celebrate the occasion in privacy with their daughters Lynda 30 and Luci 17 Inside The Globe Clear Lake news 45 SecWty NerMi lewa news 12 newsU14 Meten City news le17 Farm news r pavesMJ1 A fate still a mystery Ask rebels to spare Yank doctor LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo AP Prime Minister Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya appealed Tuesday to the Congolese rebels in Stanleyville to spare the life of American missionary Paul Carlson threatened with execu tion The message was directed to Congolese rebel leader Christo phe Gbenye apparently at the request of Secretary of State Dean Rusk Rusk appealed to Kenyatta to intercede as chair man of the African committee trying to end civil conflict in the Congo The medical missionary from Rolling Hills Calif was sched uled to die at noon Monday on a charge of military spying a Stanleyville broadcast said Since then the Stanleyville Ra dio has been silent Kenyatta once jailed by the British as leader of the anti white Mau Mau terrorists in Keyna noted that he had ap pealed Sunday for humane treatment for all civilians held in Stanleyville In Bangui Central African Republic Mrs Carlson declared her husband 36 never had been a spy He wanted above all to ease the miserable condition of the Congolese Mrs Carlson said She said she last saw her hus band Sept 6 after he brought her and their two young chil dren to the neighboring Central African Republic town of Kern ba He could have stayed at Kemba she said but he pre ferred to return to Ouassolo where his patients needed him The United States has warned the rebels they will be held to account if Carlson is harmed and Rusk said if the missionary were executed it would be an outrageous violation of interna tional law and of accepted standards of humanitarian con duct Rusk said rebel charges Carlson was a US Army major on a spy mission were patently false He said the United States holds insurgent leaders direct ly responsible for the safety of Dr Carlson and of all other Americans in areas under rebel control In Chicago Dr Ardcn Alm quist executive secretary of Covenant World Missions in which Carlson served said the captive missionary definitely is not a spy US Embassy officials in Leo poldville indicated attempts were being made to contact the rebels through the International Red Cross Carlson was captured two months ago close to Yakoma on the Congos northern frontier after he had refused to leave his Congolese patients The mis sionary had taken his wife and two children to safety hi the neighboring Central African Re public Many whites most of them Belgians have been shot or hacked to death by rebel war riors but Carlson is believed to be the first sentenced to death by the rebel command Thou sands of Congolese have been slain in the struggle by Commu nistbacked rebel tribesmen against the central government of Premier Moise Tshombe The insurgents who at one point controlled onesixth of the Congo began threatening for eigners in their territory when government forces spearheaded by white mercenaries began driving back rebel forces in a drive on Stanleyville DR PAUL CARLSON Will he bt frted fraud indictments Strikes damage economy Worst jolt since I960 By ADREN COOPER WASHINGTON AP The General Motors strike last month gave the nations econo my its roughest jolt since the 1960 recession and the effect may linger if the current strike at Ford Motor Co puts anpther extended damper on production Government economists fret ted Tuesday about the possibility that labor disputes could cause a general business slowdown after an almost uninterrupted climb of four years If the Ford stoppage is settled quickly there remains the threat of a nationwide rail strike next week There is talk of trouble in the steel industry even though dead line is months away Both government and busi ness economists have expressed concern over the possibility that wage settlements such as the one at General Motors could lead to a heavy round of infla tion after four years of relative stability Now they also face the possibility that the same labor management disputes could lead to a sag in the economy I believe we have to worry more about keeping things roll ing than we do about inflation one administration official said The Federal Reservve Board reported Monday that its index of industrial production had fall en from 1340 in September to 1317 in October The scale is based on a value of 100 for the 195759 average Thus the Octo ber rate was 317 per cent high er than that of the late 1950s The October drop was only about 17 per cent but it was the first time in more than a year that the scales had dipped and the size of the decline was the largest since December 1960 near the end of a reces sion There was a considerably larger decline in industrial production during the nation wide steel strike in 1959 The Federal Reserve said that recovery in November will be dampened by the beginning of strikes at other plants in the auto industry Although deliveries of aew cars fell 30 per cent retail sales continued to climb in oth er lines and the overall effect was a decline of only 3 per cent for the month MRS NHUS BILL PAID BEVERLY HILLS CalifW Kn Nfo Dinh Nnun yearold Jill at Beverly Wilshfare Ho hu been paid by South Viet Nam A check for from lithe Vietnamese Embassy in WatWnjtoo WM received by UM note Monday WATER WATER the surface of a longdead planet is this section of the Cambridge reservoir in Lincoln Mass New England and much of the East is experiencing one of the worst droughts in a century A single oak leaf and the dried up tracks of a sea gull show on cracked surface City councils for east route of 135 Two North Iowa city councils Monday night endorsed the plan which would see Interstate 35 routed between Mason City and Clear Lake Both the Clear Lake and Osage councils without dissent assed resolutions concerning Jw routing of the controversial highway Third Ward Councilman Ar leigh Eddy made the Clear Lake motion He said he has been the route because he bought the1 diagonal woold cut through his farm south of Clear Lake Im going to vete for t anyway Mayor Elgia Eaabnit of Otafc sairf UM dty council there veted to endorse and support Ma son City plan for rooting later state 35 between Mason City and1 Clear Lake J U the belief of UM coun cil thai Uiia eastern route win prodoec the greatest fcr the greatest number Enabnit said Osage would be about 26 miles from the Interstate 35 route pro posed by the Mason City Com mittee on Interstate 35 This is about 10 miles closer than the route originally proposed which would parallel Highway 69 through North Iowa Toesday afternoon the Clear Lake Chamber of Com merce board of directors en dorsed the Cerro Gordo County ronte The chambers member ship has been overwhelmingly in favor of the plan the board noted Clear Lake Jaycees recently showed favor toward the east erijr route Wednesday the SUte Highway Commission it to formally re ceive the US Bureau of Public Roads report which favors the route east of Clear Lake rather the originally proposed route near Garner Cancer medicine to court Krebiozen men named CHICAGO Ml Promoters of Krebiozen including an interna tionally known psysiologist were indicted Tuesday for conspir acy mail fraud mislabeling and making false statements to the government about the product they claim is a cancer treat ment The indictment handed down by a Federal Grand Jury in Chicago charges that the de fendents reported one Krebiozen patient healthy when he had jeen dead six years It charges that reported he cost of producing one gram of Krebiozen as when it actually is a common chemical costing about 30 cents a gram The indictment also charges that one defendant signed a death certificate on a Krebiozen patient whose death was report ed to the government as being caused by pneumonia when the defendants knew she had died of cancer Acting Atty Gen Nicholas Katzenbach announced the in dictment here It names as de fendants the Krebiozen Re search Foundation and four men Dr Stcvan Durovic 59 the founder his brother Marko 64 a lawyer Dr Andrew C Ivy 71 for years a well known medical scientist and educator and former vice president of the University of Illinois and Dr Wilfiam F P Phillips 52 all of Chicago The indictment supersedes charges brought 0 c t 27 that the Durovic brothers conspired to promote Krebiozen as an in vestigational drug while it was being sold in interstate com merce These are some of the grand jurys allegations Katzenbach said Stevan Durovic and Ivy submitted a report to the Fed eral Food and Drug Administra tion in 1963 about a patient named Leonardo Taietti II said June 1961 The patient has been well and free of com plaints now for over nine year since the start of Krebiozen In fact the indictment charged Taietti died of cancer in 1955 i In 1963 Stevan Durovic Ivy and Phillips submitted i false report to the FDA about another patient Mrs Helen Amdt Best The report said that in July 1953 the patient contracted virus penumonia and died the next month and an autopsy was refused The grand jury charged that he defend ants knew Mrs Best died oi cancer in 1954 an autopsy was DRU6 Continued on Page J 4 CONGO REBEL LEADED CAPTURED A Congolese rebel as feet and hands bound by rope is carried up ramp to airplane at Kindu by Con golese soldiers after he was captured in the area by government troops backed by white mercenaries Hal leek 1936 vote was worse than64 WASHINGTON AP Rep Charles A Halleck sat in his quiet Capitol office surveyed he election results and said The 36 debacle was worse than this The House Republican leader from Indiana told a news con erence I cant read into the results any great mandate to change the course of the coun ry As for the immediate specific consequences he said If you ask me I guess medicare will go through He referred to medi cal care for the elderly under Social Security which has been stuck in a House committee de spite President Johnsons prod ding He else said Johnson could probably get through his pro posal to aid the Appalachia area a key part of his antipoverty program Should Barry Goldwater bow out of the national Republican picture after his defeat in the presidential race Adlai Stevenson didnt bow out did he said Halleck And he got licked pretty bad Halleck had kind words for Republican National Chairman Dean Burch and said any changes in the Republican Na tional Committee were its own responsibilities not his to comment on rumbles of discontent in the party with his own House leadership Hal leck said No one has said any thing antagonistic to me He said he had read such things in newspapers and from time to time theyve had me chewed up and dumped into the ash can On the Senate side of Capitol Hill Sen Karl E Mimdt R SD said he hopes Sen Thrus tpn B Morton RKy will con tinue to serve as chairman of the Republican senatorial cam paign committee Hes my choice if he will take it Mundt said in an interview The South Dakotan will be seeking reelec tion in 1966 Nineteen Democrats and 14 Republican Senate seats will be at stake two years from now Seven of the Democrats aro from the South where Republi cans have been able to win only a few congressional seats in tha past Outside the South Senate Democrats who will be up for reelection appear to be en trenched in several states which have not gone Republican re cently Parents in Poland 13yearold girl must decide Folks or U S HARTFORD Conn flaxenhaired Polish girl must make a tough decision for a 13 yearold Rejoin her parents be hind the Iron Curtain or stay in the United States The girl Henia Wysocki slipped away from home and hid in a barn last Wednesday when her parents left for Poland via Montreal I dont went to go beck said when found By then her parents had reluctantly sailed aboard the Polish liner Batory without her But Monday a cousin said She would like to be back with her mother and father I dont know bow shell decide Her parents Leon and Jadwi ga Wysocki were unable to ad just to life in the United States many things as many privi leges But the would have her par ents James E Smith district di rector of the Immigration and Naturalization Service said that Henia is classified as a perma nent resident and may remain in the United States for as long as she likes Henia is staying at the home of a cousin Henrietta Clapp in nearby Bloomfield rwe days and two Henia remained in hiding nib bling on doughnuts and candy The parents who had spent for passage for them selves and their daughter kft word they would work through the US Embassy in Poland for ber return I dont want to go back the child told a reporter I like it so much here I have no friends in Poland I would not have as SAM   

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