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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Poisons on your beefsteak You may not even know if By DAVID HOFFMAN New York Herald News Service WASHINGTONThe succulent steak that dents your budget may have been punctured by a scientists hypodermic and in fused with experimental vac cines untried worm poisons or other chemicals As federal money quickens the pace of clinical research more meat from experimental herds is finding its way to the dinner table At the supermarket cuts of laboratory meat are indistin guishable from the farmfrejsh variety They come in identical wrappers and carry the same federal stamps Should the government force meat packers and grocery stores to label the beef lamb pork and veal that is cut from the car casses of guinea pig animals Or do adequate safeguards al ready exist to protect the pub lic from contaminated meat If so why alarm American meat eaters Across the nation pastures owned by colleges of agricul ture federal and state experi mental stations and big drug laboratories support herds of ex perimental fourlegged animals Some are subjected to potential ly dangerous tests Sprayed with poisonous pesticides fed drugs with radioactive tracers innoc ulated with experimental ser ums Others in the same herd may be used less test novel diets or hormones that could increase fertility or pro tein nutrients that could stimu late growth As matters now stand the owner of experimental animals decides whether to butcher them for sale in the market place there to recoup a portion of his food and drug expenses But this does not mean the owners decision is irreversible All meat sold legally in inter state commence is inspected by the Department of Agriculture Department inspectors examine every animal on the day itis destined to die Then after the slaughtering they examine glands organs tissues and every area of probable abnor mality In fiscal 1963 when cattle growers brought a herd of 21 million animals to US slaugh terhouses federal inspectors condemned 61000 of them as unfit for human consumption Now the Agriculture Depart ment would erect an additional safeguard Early next year the depart ment is expected to rule that animals sprayed fed or innocu lated with experimental sub stances cannot be slaughtered for the dinner table That is unless written permission is granted first by the depart ments meat inspection division The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER H 1944 tlOc Paper ConslsU at Two AuoeUUd Freu Full WiTM No 264 V rights aw upheld Defense claims Hotia did not get fair trial PLENTY OF CARROT Ninemonthold which would satisfy itself that the drug had not caused an un wholesome condition in any edible part of the animal But those who oppose the sale of unlabeled experimental meat assert that even this rule does not go far enough They point out that animals raised slaughtered and butch ered within the boundaries of a single state account for about 20 per cent of the meat con sumed by Americans These cuts get no federal inspection And state inspection regulations range in sophistication from those of New York and Cali fornia which copied the federal rules and enacted them to those of several southern states which follow an eat at your own risk policy Advocates of destroying exper imental animals or reserving their meat for pet food question whether a veter identify a carcass contaminated by a strange drug without performing special tests on it They would require such tests to insure that no harmful chemical residue remains in the meat As Health Bulletin a medi cal trade weekly editorialized recently A country as rich as ours doesnt have to palm off test animals on people as farm fresh meat There ought to be a law requiring that such 7ood be labeled for what it really Adj Gen Junior Miller said Monday he believes about 3000 Iowa Army reservists will be og Lamonte Broom son of Mr and Mrs William Broom Ularkston Wash has been eating carrots cooked since he was six weeks old Now it ap pears hell continue for a while A stranger display ingthis homegrown fourpound footlong monster in a Clarkston restaurant gave it to Rogers mom when she explained how much her son liked carrots jtoger seems overcome with the acquisition Iowa reservists to go into Guard DES MOINES AP State See story Page 14 absorbed by the Iowa National Guard under federal plans to eliminate reserve units Miller said the transfer will not take place until after Re serve and Guard units attend Shopping days till Christmas twoweek summer drill in 1965 as separate organizations We do not want an upheaval before our summer field train ing Miller told newsmen He said the change in organization probably will be made some time between the fall of 1965 and the spring of 1966 Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara announced last Sat urday in Washington a plan to eliminate all Army Reserve units and assimilate some of the reservists into the National Guard Miller attended a briefing on the plans in Washington Specific details of the reor ganization have not been com pleted Miller said but he add ed he believes that the Iowa Guard which now has about 7800 men will be increased by about 40 units composed of 3000 reservists With this increase it would RESERVES Continued on Page 1 Attorney argues for his appeal CINCINNATI Iff A defense attorney declared in the Sixth Circuit US Court of Appeals Monday that Internationa Teamsters President James R Hoffa did not get a fair trial when he was convicted in US District Court at Chattanooga Tenn last March on a charge of jury tampering Arguing for Hoffa and three Jther defendants in their appeal from the convictions Morris Shenker of St Louis said I have never seen a trial in which so many roadblocks were placed in the way of a de fendant in his effort to defend himself He also called the trial courts instructions to the jury completely disjointed It was impossible for the jurors to follow the instruc tions Shenker said The in srtuction tended to confuse and did not make for a fair trial Earlier Shenker argued there would have been no jury tam pering case against Hoffa ex cept for the testimony of Ed ward G Partin of Baton Rouge La a former teamster of ficial Shenker claimed the tria court erred in admitting Par tins testimony Hoffa and the other three were convicted last March 5 in con nection with alleged efforts to rig a jury at a previous trial in Nashville Tenn of Hoffa on conspiracy charges Spectators including Hoffa himself and Ewing King former iiead of Nashville Teamsters Local 327 and another defend ant packed the courtroom for Mondays arguments The three judges Shackei ford Miller Jr Paul C Weick HOFFA Continued on Page 2 is Sounding a note of reassur ance one doctor high in Agri cultures Meat Inspection Divi sion said he was not aware of a single case involving a person who became ill from eating meat poisoned by an experimental drug But how would doctors di agnose the cause of such an ail ment North Iowa Weather outlook Clear and much colder Mon day night with locally mar cold wave conditions tast lows xero to I btlew Mostly fair continued cold Tuesday highs 1573 Weather Details on Paoo 2 its official Vermont goes Democratic for the 1st time WASHINGTON AP Ver mont Monday voted for a Demo cratic president for the first time in its 173year history Georgia was voting Republi can for the first time in its own history The presidential electors across the nation meeting Mon day will make official the elec tions of Lyndon B Johnson as president and Hubert H Hum phrey as vice president The three Vermont electors were pledged to vote for Presi dent Johnson who on Nov 3 be came the first Democratic pres idential candidate to carry the state Sen Barry Goldwater was the first Republican presidential candidate to carry Georgia If the 538 electors do the ex pected and follow the instruc tions given them Nov 3 by some 70 million voters Johnson and Humphrey will each defat their Republican opponinU Sen Barry Goldwater and Rep Wil liam E Miller by margins of 486 to 52 The reason there are 486 Democratic electors and 52 Re publican ones The Democratic electors come from the 44 states and the District of Columbia in which the JohnsonHumphrey ticket polled the most votes on Nov 3 The electors meet and vote in the 50 state capitals and in the District of Columbia The votes will be mailed to Washington where on Jan 6 a joint session of Congress will count them and proclaim the winners Johnson and Humphrey were victorious because they won states whose electoral votes to taled more than half of the 538 member Electoral College not because of their popularvote majority according to unoffi cial and incomplete figures of 43627694 to 27174898 The Constitution grants to the was granted three votes by the 23rd of senators and repre sentatives and the candidate getting the most votes in each state wins all of he states elec toral votes The District of Columbia in addition electoral Amendment to the Constitution which gave residents of the na tions capital the vote in a presi dential election this year for the first time Actually in order to win a majority of electoral votes this year 270 a candidate only had to win the 11 largest states and the District of Columbia Three victorious can didates John Quincy Adams Rutherford B Hayes and Ben jamin Harrison won elections even though they received fewer popular votes than their chief opponents States the case for Cheer Fund THE Christmas Cheer Fund is dependent upon persons from all walks of life and busi nesses large and small in meet ng its goal of One of the cornerstones of the campaign is the First National Bank which his year has sent along a check or an imposing Harold M Walton assistant vice president in an accom panying letter stated the case wel for both the reason of the Cheer Fund drive and his com panys longstanding interest in t We at First National Bank eel that an annual contribution o the Christmas Cheer Fund can best express our desire of iclping those particularly at his time of the year who other wise would not share the bless ngs some of us enjoy through out the year Retaliation move U S ousts 3 Russians WASHINGTON AP The United States Monday ordered the ouster of three Soviet em bassy military attaches in retal iation for restrictions Russia imposed on three American at taches in Moscow A spokesman said he three Soviet officers had been de personally unacceptable icre for activities incompati ble with their diplomatic status The spokesman declined to say what activities the three were accused of When he was asked whether here was a connection between the order for their departure and the withdrawal of the Grechanin and Col V Udalov I VliV J I We are confident Mason City American attaches from Mos electors the power to elect the president Each state has a days remaining for you to join again will respond to the appeal and meet the goal An attitude such as this has een the rule in the 39 previous Cheer Fund campaigns none of which fell short ol meeting all the objectives set out for them Mondays list of givers re fleets the entire communitys concern for its needy And we cannot underestimate the value of the smaller gifts that make up the bulk of the donations There is no such thing as too small a gift There are only nine giving he suggested draw your own placements in Moscow and conclusions Washington presumably would Bring your gift to the Globe jazette or mail it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Box 271 Mason City Iowa 50402 CHEER FUND GOAT S3 IHK Ml PREVIOUSLY REPORTED JlM Jamei B Manler nn Marie Mmhler ion Mr and I A Dar Tim Mike Blull Pint National Bank Anonymoui IM Chautiuqua Club XM Llndj Paltjr anil Mike of Thompion A Sheffield Friend Rick Jean and Ron Erenlnr Club From L J Patrick Family Mn Wlllard Rreirater Amalgamated Workera of America Local SUM THE DAV8 TOTAL TOTAL TO OATH 3M 1M 5M NEEDFO GIVING DAYS LKfT cow announced earlier Monday The three Red military men who are to leave the United States as soon as possible were named by the State Department as GeneralMajor Vasiliy V V Zadvinski Col Vladimir P Alcksandr The Rcncral is tache The two colonels are as sistant attaches Richard H Davis assistant secretary of state for Euro pean affairs called in the So viet embassy counselor Alexan der I Zinchuk and formally no tified him that the military at taches here were being declared unacceptable State Department presi offi cer Robert J McCloskey an nouncing the action said that new attaches sent later as re be free of the restrictions which have operated against the men being ousted The three Soviet military at laches have been restricted to Washington Baby snatcher throws victims into icy lake LONDON Scotland Yard ordered special patrols to St James Park Monday to pro tect children from a snatcher who throws his vic tims into a lake The park is just across the road from Buckingham Palace Detectives said that in the hahv kuun ana uie moiei S J ri torncy appealed to the court the army weck five children have loncls are asbccn Pitched into the lake All were fished out safely and the attacker a man iti iiis early 20s ran off in the confusion SAME 36 crash victims Training for activity outside Viet border SAIGON South Viet NamfNang airport 90 miles south of AP Two Americans and 36 Vietnamese soldiers killed in the crash of a paratroop trans port plane are reliably reported to have been training for opera tions against the Communists outside South Viet Nam The two American deaths and that of another US serviceman in a ground action against the Viet Cong Sunday brought to 236 the number of Americans killed in combat in South Viet Nam since December 1961 Another US serviceman was drowned when he dis appeared Sunday while crossing a river near the Laotian border It was not known whether he was taking part in a combat operation The C123 paratroop plane crashed into a mountain Friday after taking off from Da Communist North Viet Nam The crash was kept secret for two days US officials identified the dead Americans as Maj Wood row W Vadcn of Clarksville Tenn and Sfit lC Dominick Sansonc of Wolcott Conn The officials would make no comment on the crash How ever highly reliable sources said the troops were training for commando action outside Viet Nam presumably in North Viet Nam or against Viet Cong sup ply trails through neighboring Laos The flight had a number of unusual aspects The Americans who were Special Forces advisers and 30 Vietnamese Special Forces troops were wearing paraclnites for x night jump an unusual operation in the antiguerrilla warfare here The plane carried a crew of six instead of the usu al three and the additional three were all radio navigators suggesting a flight over enemy territory In addition Vietnam ese pilots were flying the plane US airmen normally fly C123s in South Viet Nam The American enlisted man killed in ground action was with an armored column that was attacked 25 miles south of the North Vietnamese border A US spokesman said 11 Viet namese soldiers were killed in the engagement 39 were wounded and 17 Viet Cong bodies were found Four Viet Cong terrorists mined an American officers barracks at Thu Dan Mot IE miles north of Saigon before dawn Monday wounding four American officers and killing a Vietnamese passerby Supreme Court approval Accommodation section ruling WASHINGTON AP The Supreme Court unanimously up icld Monday the heart of the 1964 Civil Rights public accommodations section It also ruleci that the act re quires dismissal of charges made against civil rights sitin demonstrators before the act was passed Justice Tom C Clark wrote the main opinions in all three cases All the other justices joined him in the public accom modations decision but the vote on the sitin prosecutions was 5 o 4 with a heated dissent by Hugo L Black In the first test of the contro versial accommodations provi sion to come before the tribunal he Supreme Court ruled that Congress possessed ample power to enact the legislation under its authority to regulate interstate commerce The provision prohibits dis crimination in such places as hotels motels theaters and res taurants Many of the Civil Rights Acts critics had questioned the con stitutionality of the public ac commodations section The court dealt Monday with two challenges of the section one from Atlanta and a second from Birmingham In writing the opinion in the case brought up by an Atlanta motel Justice Clark said Con gress commerce power under he constitution was sufficient foundation for Mondays ruling The Heart of Atlanta Motel had filed suit in US District Court in Atlanta to block en forcement of the act within two hours after it had been signed into law by President Johnson last July 2 The section was upheld in dis trict court and the motels at Moreton Roiteston Jr Atlan ta attorney and official of the motel handled the motels suit 0 I I i e McClung Sr whosa Birmingham restaurant was in volved said Im shocked over this decision It seems to me that the own ership and use of private prop erty is basic to the American way of life McClung said Antifreeze drink kills Osage boy J Baldwin 20monthold son of Mr and Mrs Dwight Baldwin Osage Hod Monday at a Mason City hospital as the result of swal lowing antifrecze An autopsy confirmed the cause of death The was on the back porch of the Baldwin homo Apparently he drank some while playing there Sun day afternoon with his six brothers and sisters The boy was taken to Osage hospital Sunday evening and then was transferred to Mason City Funeral services are pending at the Champion Funeral Home Osage Inside The Globe SUPER VALU to build a store in Mason City Page 19 HOLIDAY MOTOR Lodge stock sale starts Page 6 Editorials 4 Clear Lake 47 Norih Iowa news lllJij Sjwrts Bowlina page 7 Mason City Ctmtes 22 i i i   

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