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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 18, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Sen Elthons tax plan See story on page 3 Young North lowans among dead as weekend accidents claim 15 One M ans Opinion Commentary By W EARL HALL Editor and Publisher BROADCAST SCHEDULE One final plug for city manager plan BEFORE 1 BRING THIS 20 year series of onceaweek commentaries to a close later this month I would like to get m a final plug for the City Manager form of government or CouncilManager Plan as it is more accurately identi fied There is I should admit however a certain measure of embarrassment in it for me My own community had city managership for 18 years In a small way I had helped bring it here in 1927 and in a larger way I contributed to its aban donment in 1945 through not be ing more insistent editorially on a better program of public relations by our City Man agers This leads me to the obser vation that when a community abandons the City Manager Plan the reflection is on the community not on the City Manager Plan It is no longer on trial It has proved itself The oftdemonstrated fact is the City Manager plan stands as the one best tool yet devised by man to promote good business principles and practices in the vastly important business of municipal government But as in the case of good tools in the hands of poor crafts men in other areas its possible to get bad results from good tools Thats precisely what hap pened here In the death knell election only one out of three eligible voters among my own neighbors was concerned enough to go to the polls What other type of business enterprise would prosper in the face of such apathy Those with a real or imagined were out in force but our self admitted sound citizens stayed away in droves Before adopting the City Man ager Plan Mason City had oper ated under the Commission FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Coldshoulder dip lomats here expect So viet Premier Khrush chev to turn down Com munist Chinese leader Mao Tzetungs proposal that the two meet in Pe king to thrash out their i d e ological dispute Western sources here be lieve Khrushchev was embarrassed by the Chi nese initiative and would suffer a great loss of prestige in making a pil grimage to their capital Fire claims 9 MOBRIDGE S The family of Nelson Zephier father moth er and seven children the eldest wiped out as carbon monoxide from the furnace filled the home and killed all nine Bomb explodes SAN A bomb contained in a parcel post package ex ploded at the airport and police said t w o persons suffered minor injuries Strike averted SAN The Brotherhood of Rail way Clerks AFLCIO and the Southern Pacific Railway signed two agreements to avert a strike Sunday sales KANSAS CITY Brisk to moderate trade greeted merchants w h o opened their stores for unlimited sales on the first Sunday since the Missouri Supreme Court knocked out the states 138yearold blue laws Uncover ministers auto one body OURAY Colo search continued near here Monday for The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEG VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 18 1963 UOc a copy No 32 JFK is hailed by 150000 FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES SAN JOSE Costa dent Kennedy landed here through a sprinkle of volcanic ash bearing a doctrine of hemi spheric cooperation he prom ised would forge ultimate vic tory against poverty and in justice A thundering roar of wel come arose from an estimated 150000 Costa Ricans who were jammed 200 deep behind bar riers as the Presidents heli copter arrived at the edge of this capital The crowd put up a sea of American flags The President had trans ferred to the helicopter for the flight into town after his jet landed 15 miles away complet flight from Palm Beach The Presidents aircraft came in for a landing through a sprinkle of ash coming from the smoking crater of the 11260 foot volcano Mt Irazo Ken nedy was rubbing his eyes as he emerged f r o m a Marine green helicopter The President then launched into a speech in which he hailed Costa Ricans as a steadfast and courageous people who have established a progressive democracy which is a model for the hemisphere Kennedy sat late with the chiefs of five Central American republics and Panama to dis cuss how the United States can help them promote economic union Some of the Latin American presidents indicated they also wanted to plan steps to check the spread of communism from r M a lauguFidel Castros Cuba but in City Manager we reverted toter buried in a giant snow slide formants said Kennedy sent a the aldermamc pattern datmgjMarch 3 The body of the Revlmessage asking that the con Tn TO tf i rtuason ja uuray wasjferees avoid consideration of a week ago Saturday joint measures against Castro vx av or Plan but when we gave up our the body of a ministers T 1 kT PUTS HOPES IN RECORDINGSJerry B Oskaloosa who has a wife and six young children has just returned home from a music recording session at Memphis Tenn He cut two records which he hopes will bring a payoff for him and his family Meanwhile he says doctors have told him he has cancer and has only about six months to live As I have pointed out before my case in this commentary would be ever so much more convincing if I could tell you searchers found the car which at this time Loses in love lowan jailed DENVER Colo AP utl failed Robert Johnson 27 a DesiheV Remap brief is filed DES MOINES UPI The Iowa Federation of Labor Mon day filed its trial brief in US District Court here in an effort to change the states present ap portionment of legislative seats l The case is scheduled for trial before a threejudge panel March 28 The union with its president Charles L Davis listed as the principal plaintiff repeated its contention that both the present apportionment and the proposed Shaff plan of reapportionment were unconstitutional The union again called for both houses of the legislature to be based principally on popula jtion I The union filed its suit short ly after the US Supreme Court ruled that federal courts could intervene in the allocation o seals in state legislatures i there was evidence of invidiou discrimination The labor organization con tends rural areas now contro both houses of the legislatur and under the Shaff Plan whic has been approved by two ses sions of the General Assembly less than 25 per cent of the popu lation and less than 46 per cen 3f the would control the iiouse of representatives The Shaff plan which will fae submitted to the voters Dec 3 vould base the House strictly oti area with one member from each of the 99 counties The Shaff Senate would be 3ased on population with 58 members being selected from oiatively equal population dis ricts formed by cutting across ounty lines if necessary In its 11page brief with two ppendices and 12 exhibits the nion said the court has three RAIN North Iowa Cloudy with show ers and thunderstorms Mon night and Tuesday some locally heavy rain Tuesday Warmer Monday night lows in mid 30s Highs Tuesday in the 40s Iowa Showers and thunder storms Monday night and Tuesday with rain likely to become locally heavy by Tuesday Warmer Monday night lows 3540 Highs Tues day 3540 northwest to the 50s southeast Further outlook Mostly cloudy and cooler Wednesday showers east Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 5 degrees above normal Tuesday through Saturday Mild until turning cooler Friday or Sat urday Normal highs 44 north to 52 south Normal lows 26 north to 32 south Precipita tion will be moderate to heavy averaging 50 to one inch in showers and thunderstorms Wednesday and again about Friday or Saturday Minnesota Cloudy light to moderate snow central Highs Tuesday 2535 Homes salesman and he landed was swept off the road by the Kennedy reportedly a skcdin jail fadng Possible charges of sli e enney reporey a skcd slide and in it the body of one that the threeday conference daughter Amelia Hudson 17 u J4UUOV7II 14 we have had bad governmentThe body of another since our backward step ButPauIine 9 is still missing that wouldnt be the truth Actually weve fared very better than we de serve Weve had two honest able mayors and our council members have seen fit to give them a good bit of authority In effect weve had what I pre sume could be called the Strong Mayor Plan Both of our mayors since the abandonment of the city man agership in 1945 have had an extended experience b a c k ground in business which most concentrate on such problems as economic integration of the Central American States assuredly is an important quali fication for a City Manager Its for that reason I have suggested that weve been morej fortunate than we had any Heard Soviet missiles 2 freed women claim MIAMI Fla AmerlBoston said the tests were con ican women the first of more than 20 American prisoners ex pected to be freed from Cuban ducted every three or four days and were powerful enough to shake the bars of the prison Mrs ufuitv 11 ic piiMJii ivirs jails within six weeks claim thatjShamma said prison guards who while in prison they heard her friends 29 Ci fine f net f i IM l sians testfiring missiles I months confinement told her the iT j iuiu nci inu I dont think they could be missiles are being testfired in a one woman saidShorizontal shaft leading from the small ones to expect How long our good luck will hold out of course is in the laps of the gods When it deserts us I am quite dent that a return to the City Manager Plan which gave us generally good municipal ad ministration for 18 years will have earnest consideration Now may I return to starting point in this commen tary namely that the City Man ager Plan is a wonderful tool in competent hands but that it is not a miracle As Ive pointed out it wasnt capable of over coming apathy in our citizen They shook the prison bars in quarry The stocky grayhaired Mrs said she was I struct attempting to abduct his girl friend Authorities were expected to file charges Monday against Johnson GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 36 Minimum 25 At 8 am 30 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 34 Minimum 9 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 50 Minimum 26 Cooking school Thursday Friday Watch for the special at tractions which will be an nounced in the next issue of the GlobeGazette in connec tion with the Modern Living Festival and Susan Lowe Cooking School They will be held Thursday evening and Friday afternoon in Roosevelt Fieldhouse The GlobeGaiette together with local and national firms will sponsor the festival and Smashup of plane takes 4 2 lose lives near Hampton A light plane plummeted through heavy fog and crashed in a patch of woods near Fort Dodge Sunday night killing four North Iowa persons and boosting the Iowa weekend fatalitv toll to 15 Eleven persons were killed in traffic accidents including one near Hampton for the highest weekend toll of the year The violent deaths raised the 1963 highway toll to 90 which was 10 more than the grim count through March 17 last year The plane crash victims were Michael Beall 21 Somers the Pilot of the aircraft John Fan del is rural Whittemore Lor etta Kelly 19 and Carmella Condon IS both of Fort Dodge plane apparently trying to land at the Fort Dodge air Port crashed on the Donald Scnmieder farm about three quarters of a mile south of the runway The Schmieders said tliev saw a flash of light and heard a noise like an explosion Both wings were shorn off the Piper TriPacer before the fuselage struck a building Fandel died while being taken a Fort Dodge hospital The other three apparently were killed outright Beall a member of the Al gona Pilots Association had had a private pilots license two years He took his training at Algona Airport officials at Algona said he had taken several mends for rides earlier in the day He was taking the giris back to Fort Dodge when the icctdent occurred Beall was a student at Fort Dodge Junior College The plane was one of fivj wned by the flying club at AI ona Fandel is t h e sou of Mrs atnleen Duffy rural Whitte nore grew up Mason ity His father was the late Ar thur Fandel who After being held at gunpoint most of the afternoon Miss Pav lovec agreed to marry Johnson in Las Vegas Nev but said she had to return to her apartment to pack some clothes stitution as it was in 1857 call for elections atlarge in 1961 or ordpr thr slon order the legislature to adopt proper apport i o n m e n t mea surcs and retain jurisdiction in case the legislature failed to act for an alleged attempt to abduct Rebecca Pavlovec 21 of Calmar for the safety of her Iowa three roommates the girl made Printers VOte fo appear she was going willingly Ponce intercepted Johnson and with Johnson Hut managed I Continue Walkout the girl at the airport here Saturto scribble a note in red ink say day after receiving a tip from ing Get the police to catch us her roommates He was arrested and held for investigation of kid naping assault and carrying a concealed weapon Authorities told this story rendered strings not to divuR information a n 1 TS CaUSC il the her to remaining But she said think Im going to sugar hi no OUU1 V Johnson arrived from io Moines Saturday to see Miss Pav lovec a former Drake University student His tools of persuasion included two pistols handcuffs J a pair of fingercuffs bottles of sulphuric and nitric acid and 50 feet of clothesline He lured Miss Pavlovcc to the apartment of a mutual friend at the airport Hes armed Hell shoot me Three policemen caught the pair as they entered the terminal They said Johnson made one at and then sur On the inside Editcrials Page 4 Clear Lake News 8 Society News 101112 Sports 1314 NEW YORK Printers have voted to continue their newspaper strike here dim ming hopes of getting eight ma jor dailies back on the streets this week By a margin of 64 print ers voted Sunday to reject a contract settlement proposed by Mayor Robert F Wagner and approved by publisher and un ion negotiators March S SCHOLAR DIES NEW HAVEN Conn IT Chauncey Brewster Tinker 86 a Yale University scholar who as other valuable prizes sides his mother survived will be gven to those attend by two sisters Mrs Bob Bro t fhy Denver and Mary Jo who A halfhour spnng style lives in Hawaii A brother Paul show will precede the cooking is with the Army stationed in demonstration at each ses Missouri The latest traffic victim was Terry Riddle 24 Des Moines who was killed Sunday when his small foreign car went out of control on an interstate high way near DCS Moines and crashed across the median Dont just dump it spread MOSCOW Khru shchev complained Monday that Another Sunday Soviet farmers are wasting majOscar Hovden 45 Decorah nurc He ordered them to who apparently drowned in tte spread it not dump it The Upper Iowa River when his Soviet leader writing in the Communist party newspaper Pravda said he recently caught farmers in White Russia leaving manure in little piles on their field ran off what is known as Pali sades Road at Palisades Park near Decorah and plunged into the river SAME Donovan Cuban Minister Fidel Castro had agreed to free nine skin divers arrested six weeks ago if the New York The othcr woman Martha whose parents live in Or attorney could prove them innolando Fla talk abouti cent of counterrevolutionary acthe missiles However at one ship she said I heard them soj Along the same line I am re Onc of the women who spent often that I became used to them membering that the worst than Uvo years in Cuban and didnt even notice the the corruption in Kansas sad Soviets are testing They said they had been under the notoriously at an underground rock charged with counterrevolution machine three six miles Guanajay ary activity and sentenced to 10 four decades ago took place unPnsori 15 miles from Havana years Neither would be specific dcr what passed for the City vhnto 1S onc of the sites whereabout the charges Mrs ONeal Manager form of government Actually it wasnt that be Torn to Page 2 Please the Soviets installed intermediate said she was arrested Dec 15j range missiles before last Octo1960 at a friends house Mrs bers Cuban crisis Shamma said she was arrested Geraldine Shamma a native ofNov 4 19t30 at her home ATTORNEY DONOVAN WITH MRS SHAMMA MRS ONEAL Photefax Also in fhe car was his fiancee Ixiona Smock 36 De corah who was pulled from the river by two Decorah boys Charles Goltz IS and Steven Lensch 16 who were in a car behind the Hovden vehicle and witnessed the mishap The mishap occurred early Sunday and skindivers from jLaCrosse Wis located the car in the swollen river about 3 pm but Hovdcns body was not inside The search was called off until Monday because of the high water and chunks of ice in the river Thomas Xorris 37 Davenport was killed Saturday nisM when lie was struck by a car driven by Ronert Morrissey IS Daven port Two twinfatal victims antj the accidents that took their lives were Mrs Connie Harland rural Uafcott and Edgar L Hunsate 2 Rock Island II in a Vol collision on V S 61 near Slue Grass Saturday Don Welancf 17 and his wife Oonna Waterloo in a cartruck Saturday near Hamp on on Iowa 3 Sherry Hayworth 5 rural An hon ami Harold Kavsh 35 herokee in a twocar crash iday night on US 59 near herokee Daniel Higgins and Dennis   

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