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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Doily Newspaper for VOL 102 The ne ws paper Prest and United International Full Wirta 1 I CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION that makes all North I o wans MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 1962 Coastal storms neigh bo rs 10c Consists of Two 211 cl aim 33 lives FROM OUR W1KE SERVICES SAN FRANCISCO A huge killer storm moved northward with agonizing slowness Satur day battering the Pacific Coast with wind and rain for the third consecutive day and causing a major catastrophe in western Oregon At least 33 Washington Ore gon California and British Columbia residents were killed in stormconnected accidents and six others died of heart at tacks possibly related to the storm Millions of dollars worth of property lay in ruins along a 1000miJe stretch of coast from central California to the south ern part of British Columbia At San Francisco baseball commissioner Ford Frick post Boned the of the to moon But 16 Yanks have tickets By JOHN BARBOUR WASHINGTON AP Sixteen American astronauts have ticket for that first trip to the moon But the flight is sadly oversold There are only three seats avail able Only two of these will land on the moon One astronaut will have to stay with the main spaceship parked in orbit around the moon It will be a tricky effort from the moment the 300foot Saturn rocket blasts off from earth to that second of glory when a man made space cab comes td rest on the lunar surface We are 90109 President Kenne dy said on to an unknown celestial body The trip by step the first cautious pries al ready taken Three Ameri cans have or bited the earth for a total of 18 hours Some time early next year likely at least one astro naut maybe more will go into earth orbit for a full day After that the space program will take itsfirst major Gemini spacecraft The Gemini about twice as big as the Mercury spaceships will carry two men into orbit around the earth after early test flights It will be able in orbit for up to two weeks with enough oxygen and electrical power Or for shorter periodsastronauts can train themselves to maneuver in space and to find and dock with another orbiting spacecraft This training will lay ground work for the Apollo spaceship flights to the moon Apollo spacecraft next will make flights around the earth then a flight once around the moon and back to earth Finally a special Apollo crew will ride atop a monster rocket with enough speed to go into or bit for several trips around the moon From a garage in Apollos midsection perhaps there will be released a small twoman space bug with two crewmen aboard Those two men will try to touch down on the moon One at a time they will foot the lunar surface Back in their space cab in communication with the earth and their mothership they will hold thenown countdown and fire the rockets that will put them on an orbital intercept course with the mothership The space cab will dock with the Apollo mothership and the two lunar pioneers will rejoin the third member Then at a precise moment during their whirling course around the moon the three astronauts will fire off rockets to tear them loose from their lunar jrbit and send them hurtling to ward the earth Both one on the moon and the one in lunar be exactly timed The relative Positions of earth moon and spacecraft are fed into computers in the spacecraft and the men will check the compo nents of rocketships by elec trical means These inspace countdowns are themost critical points in the trip That in brief outline is the scheme The aim is to do it in thisdecade The hope is to do it by 1967 REPEATS WARNINGSoviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gro myko warned the western pow ers that Russia definitely will sign a German peace treaty making West Berlin a free city without their participation if necessary Twice in a 90minute news conference Grpmyko em phasized that the Kremlin be lieves a German treaty must be signed The time draws near he told a crowded news conference Store destroyed by flames at LITTLE fire of undetermined cause destroyed one building and damaged two Saturday morning Destroyed was a store operated by Jack Doane Damaged were theLittle Cedar telephone office and a beauty shop The fire was discovered about am by Mr and Mrs Doane when they returned home from a dance The Riceville Fire Department was called but the fire was out of control when it arrived Doane bought the store from Ross Decker a year and a half ago He recently sold the store to Raymond Conradwljp was to take over operation Nov 1 The Doahes lived in the rear of the store and their two small ons were staying with relatives at the time of the fire The store was insured i World Series for the second straight day Candlestick Park where the New York Yankees and San Francisco Giants were to play was like a swamp after three days of drenching rain At Seattle the storm closed the Worlds Fair Hardest hit was Oregon where Gov Mark Hatfield declared a state of emergency called out National Guard units in Port land and telegraphed President Kennedy that he might need help The latest casualty break down was Oregon 9 deaths Washington 6 British Columbia 4 and California 14 In addition 4 persons died of heart attacks in Oregon and 2 in Washington Rainfall during the storm measured up to nearly 11 inches within 24 hours the highest amount being recorded at the California community of Blue Canyon in the High Sierra Wind speed frequently exceeded the hurricaneforce limit of 75 miles per hour and at one spot in California gusts were clocked at 132 miles per hour Portland was virtually para lyzed Most power and telephone lines were broken by winds that sent signboards sailing knocked down thousands of trees tore the roofs off scores of buildings and blew in countless windows The city sprawled in darknes Friday night and residents holed up in their homes fearful of fly ing debris outside It was the same along the Ore gon coast and in a number of Ore gon communities up the Willa mette Valley in western Oregon The storm was felt from north ern California to British Colum bia but Oregon caught the worst of It was probably the bigges disaster that Oregon said Gov Mark Hatfield who de clared a state of emergency anc alerted the National Guard Some guard units went on active duty in the Willamette Valley Hatfield said he might decide later today whether to President Kennedy for disaster aid Oregon Public Utility Commis sioner Jonel Hill estimated it will ake at least four days to repair utility lines A fire broke put in Junction lity Ore about 100 miles south f Portland and two square blocks were leveled Damage was estimated at Shipping disasters were avoid ed IKE IS 72 GETTYSBURG Pa WVFormer President Dwight D Eisenhower celebrates his 72nd birthday Sun day but he doesnt plan a large celebration The general and Mrs Eisenhower probably will spend day with their son John and lis family at their home near the Eisenhower farm N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Castro stands pat on ransom KEYrVVEST Fla Havana Radio quoted Prime Minister Fidel Castro as saying Cuba will accept no less than million worth of food equipment and medicine for release of the 1113 Bay of Pigs prison ers It indicated the question of release still is alive and is under consideration by the prime minister t Kennedy attacks GOP j WITH KENNEDY IN Pres ident Kennedy drove into Western Pennsylvanias steel and coal country region with a scorching attack on Republicans saying the GOP has opposed prog ress since the days of Franklin D Roosevelt Ken nedys voice was growing hoarse from his steady grind of politicking for Democratic candidates for Congress and governor Czechs arrest American VIENNA Authorities in Red Czechoslovakia have arrested Robert Roy Budway 34 Washington C sPy The pfficial Czech news agency CTK reported Budway was accused of col lecting data on the defense capacity of this country Czechoslovakia and samples of uranium ore and disseminating hostile leaflets Cuba costs Russ million dally Soviet Unions assistance to military and n o w costing million a day says assistant Secre tary of State Edwin A Martin The military aid part of it he said is running at the rate of S200 million for this year NEW STAMPS Two new stamps also will go on sale on Jan 7 when the postage rate increase becomes effective Above is a 5cent George Washington in blue while be low is an eightcent airmail in red The Washington stamp in time will replace the old 5 cent Monroe stamp in general circulation One of the many other changes Postcards will cost 4 cents and magazines and newspapers second class will pay three annual in creases of 4 per cent each for editorial matter and id per cent for advertising matter Third class rales mostly ad vertising circulars also will be raised 5CENTER NEEDED IN A postage stamp that few have found use for in the which will be seen on many envelopes come Jan1 7 is a blue 5center featuring the portrait photoby of President Monroe The postage rate increase just authorized by Congress will become effective after the mas mailing rush MAIL SHOWERS Iowa Considerable cloudiness over the state with occasional rain and scattered thunder storms in the east and north central portions Saturday night Lows Saturday night in the 60s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset council bogs efown on first day VATICAN CITY Catholic prelates from the fa corners ofthe earthgathered a St Basilica in a heavj downpour Saturday to begin the task of reshaping the church to meet the urgent new demands o thenuclearage The first working session of the cal Council was unex brief The meeting broke hour without item of busi commissions Achille Cardinal Lienart bisho of Lille France proposed the de lay saying the Council father needed more time to become bei teracquainted so that they coul better judge the best candidate for the commissions Eugene Cardinal Tisserant Frenchrborn dean of the College o Cardinals presided at the opening session which the Pope did ing issues that attend The again has asked stuc the MONTE pua queeze oh this ranean principal show it means b ight between th Three custo posted on one road crossing westernfrontier of Monaco They put up a discreet say ng douane cu stopped cars goingl Anything to decjare agents asked the nfctoj duer to visit on Unit States announced Saturday that Chancellor Konrad yidenaur of Germany will the Unit o ed States next month at Presi in a tax dent White press secretary rSalinger said Kennedy fHenauer to meet with him o discuss problemsof mutual in terest between the United States 4 Republic of Ger m the of travelers were tour sts passing through Monaco and hey continued on without any ap arerit trouble As far as could determined no cars were be ng searched by the customs agents President Charles de Gaulles government is irritated because many French corporations and rOOO French citizens have found a tax haven in Monaco which has no income tax Furthermore under an eco nomic agreement between France and Monaco French corporations n Monaco could ship their tax ree goods to France without hav ng to pay customs duties Now France that all joods from Monaco must have French taxes paid on them before they are allowed to enter At midnight Friday when the economic agreement between Monaco and France ran out the jrst customs patrols were put on duty around the borders of this 300acre nation ruled by Prince Rainier III The agents checked cars for less than an hour while arge crowds of curious Riviera dwellers watched Then everyone went to bed SHIPS COLLIDE YOKOHAMA Japan M The American freighter Volunteer State collided with a small Jap anese freighter in Yokohama harbor Saturday The Japanese ship the 90ton Dainichi Mar sank One of the 23 person aboard is missing Adenauer accepted and will ar ton Nov 7 Sal SAME council fathers will meet Tuesday presumably to tartvoting for members of the ommissions The voting was to have ended M 20 but it now appeared likely hat it would last longer and that ctual council debates would not et under way until late this month The Pope has said he cannot es imate how long the council will ast and many think itwill go on or a year or more Theworkjng session was closed Soviet spy ships back in position HONOLULU M Three Rus ian ships bristling with elcc ronic instruments have moved nside the Johnston Island test rea presumably to snoop on he United States rocketborne luclear blast scheduled for Sun day night Because the US nuclear test one is in international waters he United States cannot force he Russian ships to leave During highaltitude nuclear ests last summer the Soviets tationed a hydrometeorological esearch ship and two smaller vessels near the test area to the public but nonCatholic ob servers invited here by the Vati can were allowed to altem Among them were two beardei archmandrates sent by the Mos cow Patriarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church The commissions when formed vill prepare the topics to be dis cussed by the council fathers in uil assembly We are going to modernize tiany things but that doesnt mean we will change them corn letely said Bishop Gennaro rata of La Paz Bolivia asvthe ouncil fathers opened their first rorking session Pope John XXIII has made it lear Bishop Prata added that e wants progress without for etting the history of the church These issues take in such prob ms as how to improve relations ith the nonCatholic churches nd how to fight communism more effectively as well as such nternal matters as the boundaries f dioceses or the relations be weeribishops and parish priests Balloting on the membership of he commissions will run to the end of next week in an elaborate series of voting sessions in which electronic computers will do the counting The Pope himself will pick eight members of each of the 24 member commissions while the council fathers will mark punch card ballots for all the otherposts The commissions are titled faith and morals bishops and diocesan Oriental churches sacramental discipline discipline of clergy and Christian peoples religious missions sacred litur gyseminaries and schools and lay i tions Bizarre windup attempt No quorum in House WASHINGTON 87th off SOS signals for truant members to hustla to reach final ad journment Saturday through a maze of parliamentary tangles The drive to end the 1962 session Friday night collapsed when the House had to quit because it fell 14 short of the 218 members needed to provide a quorum This was the first time such a thing had happened in that body since 1945 Both Senate and House had been in recess most of Friday afternoon and evening while their leaders tried desperately in cloak room huddles to clear away the last roadblocks Veteran attaches at the Capitol called it the most bizarre windup attempt in memory However after the House had been forced to quit until today leaders of both branches held an other session and out a plan whichthey said should bring adjournment late this afternoon The first requirement is that the House muster a quorum or ma jority as soon as it meets Dem ocratic Leader Carl Albert D Okla said this had been assured A number of members from East ern states had promised to come back If this is accomplished the louse then plans to complete ac ion on the last bill it would have o put billion public works appropriations bill The House was voting on this Friday night when it was forced apostolatemass communica Unusual ending to frustrating day to give up Before passing it however leadersplan tohave the House amend it to restore some public works projects for Oregon and other states which were knocked out earlier in the SenateHouse conference on the Jegislatjon Senate then will haveto act on only two public vorks money measure and a nllion public works authorization ill agreed on Friday This authorization measure aining projects for all parts of ic country had beenthe stum bling block to adjournment But the dispute over it ended Friday with Senate agreement to elimin ate about eight major projects the House adamantly opposed The House then promptly passed the compromise version It had passed the Senate Thurs day night But Rep Clarence Cannon DMo chairman of the House Appropriations Committee blocked it from going to confer ence because of a number of items the Senate added The supplemental had been con sidered the key to adjournment because the Senate had added to it the Oregon projects eliminated from the public works appropria tions bill But if they are restored to the appropriations bill by the House Saturday pressure to pass the supplemental will ease Cannon forced the house to quit Friday night when he demanded a roll call vote on an attempt to keep in the public works money bill a Florida project he opposed This was a item to complete preconstruction plan ning of the Florida crossstate barge canal Cannon lost 120 to 84 inhis attempt to block the ject but the vote disclosed the lack of a quorum WASHINGTON AP Mr Speaker how am I recorded That question was asked dozens of times Friday night in the well of the House of Representatives It was a delaying tactic an ef fort to stave off the end of a quorum call The idea was to wait a little longer and maybe enough members would show up to allow the House to continue its business and reach a final adjournment Rep H R Gross de manded regular order and asked how many times members had to ask how they were record ed The roll call has not yet been completed ruled Speaker John W McCormack amid much laughter But delay as they might it ing tactic repeated often didnt do any good In the end McCormack had toannounce that only 204 members weVe present short of the quorum or majority of 218 needed to transact business There was only one thing left to do Adjourn until noon Sat urday That motion was made and Mc Cormack banged his gavel and declared it was carried Cries of protest rang out on the Republican side of the aisle and demands to be heard But McCormack already was marching down from the rostrum and the great mace of the House was being carried out of the chamber The House was no long er in session It was a highly unusual ending to a long lacklustre frustrating day as SenateHouse conferees struggled to straighten out details on the last big bills of the ses sion The last lime such an oddity occurred in the House with legis lation pending was on March 16 1945 That also came on an ap propriation bill The House was prompty adjourned and the bill finally was passed the next day Another unusual aspect of day nights quorum vote was confusion over just what was be ing voted upon Twice Ihe roll call was interrupted by parlia mentary inquiries on the point Roll calls arenever interrupted for any reason according to House veterans except for some thing as momentous as an emerg ency message from the President   

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