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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 28, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Sunday sales ban argued See story on page 3 Longer trucks bill approved DES MOINES A the Senate drew to permit longer trucks to opposition before ate in the state won final legis being approved by the House lative approval in the Iowa 6142 House Thursday as both cham The bill now goes to Gov bers attacked the backlog bills in rapidfire order of Harold Hughes an extruck driver and truck company man The stirred truck measure heated debate which ager who has expressed beforeiproval of the legislation ap 10 years of medical miracle Polio now is a rarity By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Ten vears The truck bill would permit 55 and GOfoot semitrailer com binations on Iowa highways ending the transcontinental bottleneck caused by Iowas present 50foot limit However the bill restricts the longer trucks to highways at least 22 feet wide The truck bill passage high lighted an active 74th day of the session Although the key issues of liquorbythedrink taxes and appropriations re main to be acted upon the leg islative leaders began setting the timetable for windup of the 1963 session Senate Republican floor lead er Robert Rigler RNew Hamp ton introduced a resolution call ing for final adjournment at 5 pm April 100th day of the session Lt Gov W L The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 28 1963 ICc a Cflpy 41 ago on March 26 1953 hcartily endorscd theres Jonas E Salk of the of Pittsburgh announced to the National Foundation for In fantile Paralysis in New York Fliotofax THE PM EYES THE eye of a huge mural of himself looks down on Canadas Prime Minister John Diefenbaker as he drives home a point in an address to a political rally in Vancouver British Columbia Diefenbaker is on a speakino tour in an at tempt to keep his party in power following the dis pute over an atomic striking force for Canada that he had developed a new vaccine capable of immunizing people against poliomyelitis Poliomyelitis infantile pa ralysis is a relative rarity today In 1952 the year before the development of the Salk vaccine was announced 57740 cases were recorded In the decade preceding the use of the vaccine 30000 to 40000 cases of polio were recorded in this country every year Last year according to data just made available by the US Public Health Service 708 paralytic cases were reported out of a total of SS9 cases Figures on immunology are not entirely trustworthy but with this caveat the Health Scrv ice estimates December 90 that as million of last persons had received some Salk vac cine As for the Sabin vaccine some 40 million had received Type 1 15 million Type 2 and In other major developments Mechanicsvitle The Senate passed 3513 a bill legalizing an extensive paving program for the town of Mechanicsville which had been designated in a state of distress by Gov Hughes Wednesday The town has been plagued by muddy streets because of a twoyear battle which halted a street program Senate decided that public utilities must bear the burden of proving that their proposed transmission lines are necessary and in the public in terest before they can condemn property for the projects This policy was included in amend ments added to a bill approved 4S0 and sent to the House Mental health The Senate passed 445 and returned to the House with amendments a bil to permit adjoining counties to combine forces to build and op crumbs 30 million Type 3 The Service centers The upper chamber overrode warnings that this an intrusion of social now views the orally admin istered Sabin live vaccine as more practical in mass im munization programs but leaves individual decisions to local health departments and physi cians Acceptance of the Salk vac cine didnt come easily While a field test was in progress in the Pittsburgh area in 1954 Walter Winchell warned in a broadcast that the vaccine might be a killer On the following day the US Public Health jits mighty SaturnI rocket to Service flic National Foundaja fourth straight succession a key tion for Infantile Paralysis and shot toward a 1965 date when it Dr Jonas E Salk joined injwill launch three teams of as denying the Winchell report itronauts into orbit around earth Even so inoculation programs The 470ton SalurnI as awe were halted in while some as Hie planet after which batches of the vaccine were reit was named roared from itsj tested I launching pad at pm CST atop a column of liquid flame Approval of the vaccine found the Eisenhower administration Seven minutes later the mon ized medicine in Iowa by way of counties Big Saturn rocket is AOK again CAPE CANAVERAL The United States Thursdav fired GOP demands the truth WASHINGTON Republican congressional leaders said the Kennedy administration should spon sor a truth in government program because mil lions of Americans believe their government is not telling them the truth Storm rakes Far West SAN FRANCISCO A hitandrun wind and rain storm chalked upfourdeaths and caused numez ous power failures in the Far West The deaths were in San Francisco and in an area around Crescent City Calif near the Oregon border but the power losses spread through Oregon west of the Cascades and into eastern Washington as the storm raced north and east Russ deny overflights WASHINGTON The Soviet Union has flatly denied a U S charge that Soviet planes flew 30 miles into Alaska March 15 saying their aircraft were more than 200 miles awav Suit by labor is opened Objects to apportioning DES MOINES pres ident of the Iowa Federation ol Labor AFLC10 told a panel o three federal judges Thursday that rural legislators discriminate against residents of Iowas larger cities The witness was Charles L Davis of Des Moines one of two federation officers who filed a uit challenging the constitution lity of the apportionment of the Legislature He told the judges that legis ation such as medical care fo he aged fair employment safe y rules and other similar pro osals are held in committee bj he rural legislators and neve brought out for a vote TFX again defended WASHINGTON Defense Secretary Robert McNamara moving into a new congressional area defended the TFX fighter plane contract as the most important single action we have taken to re duce the size and complexity of the nations weapons inventory More Negroes register GREENWOOD Miss Helmeted police kept watch in the business district of his delta town while another 50 Negroes made their way to the court house to register to vote Although the applicants were permitted to sign up this did not mean they had attained voter stains since a Mississippi law re quires that their names be published for two consecu m a local newspaper to give persons a for disstrous missile had climbed chance to object to their registration for moral or orth Iowa Increasing high cloudiness and wanner Tiiurs VtT46 HAVANA APIPrime Minister said the raiders slipped into Castro throjitciicd Thursday port of Isabcla de Sagua on Tues UiUIKjClSliO i i i i i L i i i i i f L likclv bv cvcnin arm Cuba vvlth mSM attacked the Soviet iiKtn u m0iib to bombcrs and convoy Cuban shipj freighter and left it badly in owa Clear to partly cloudy andping unless the United Statesineed of repairs to keep it from warmer Thursday night lows clamps down on hitandrun raids sinking 40s northeast to 50 extremeagainst Cuba by exile groups southwest Friday consideraIn a communique Castro held ble cloudiness with scatteredthe United States responsible for showers or thunderstorms an attack on a Soviet freighter turning cooler west and north by Cuban exiles Tuesday night highs 60s northwest to 70s southeast Further Partly cloudy and mild with If these attacks continue Cuba will see herself in a situation of scattered thunclershowers casticolsidcrmg acquisition of long Saturday Minnesota Variable cloudiness range bombers as well as naval equipment necessary to escort our merchant ships protect our sup warmer Highs Friday in 60s ply lines and repel aggressors GlobeGazette Weather up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset tribution Mrs Ovcta 77 miles into space and Hobby then secretary of Healthnosei back into the atmospherej Education and Welfare was the to its destruction 229 miles away principal target Adlai E the Atlantic ocean j enson called the polio situation The success opened the way the master mcss of all time Tor a milestone flight planned The administration hold out for tho 1 5 million pound thrust for a voluntary distribution rocket lalc this cram The Democrats wantedtlcn a llvc hydrogenfueled cn frcc inoculations for all wil1 ho flcnsn ahoard tho drcn Congress in midAugust massive booster for the first enacted a compromise tinu measure for grants to the states Like its three successful pre for mass inoculation This and dccessors the shot Thursday Mrs Hobbys resignation at carried only dummy about the same time removed stages loaded with water for the program from politics ballast Scientists were intcr Thc Salk vaccine still has its estod only in seeing how medical critics Dr Herbert eightengine booster performed other reasons Another victim Davis gave as an example jroposed fair employment prac ices bill which was held in con mittee this legislative session b i 98 committee vote The nine who voted not to It lie bill go to the floor represent d 160000 people Davis said The eight who favored the bill but lost represented 403000 per sons Davis said he felt persons liv ng in cities such as Des Moines should have at least an equal voice in determining how their money is spent and how much is collected These cities are getting only crumbs from their tax dollars Davis charged He said he particularly objects to cities getting back only 13 per cent of the money they pay into he road use lax fund and also objects to the sales tax which he called unfair and Davis said that Polk County1 pays million in state taxes and gels back million I want to know how it is spent and what happens to it Davis said But when I talk to the Polk County legislators they say they dont have enough votes for pow er to do anything about it The plaintiffs were represented in Federal Court by Harry Smith j Sioux City attorney i Atty Gen Evan Hultman and his assistant Wilbur Bump rep j resented the state j Hultman in crossexamining Davis asked why a proposed con stitutional convention was defeat ed in Iowa in ISfifl if a majority of lowans feel they are inatcd against by the present apj portionmcnt of the legislature YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Data 68 34 40 45 26 he communique said Castros talk of longrange wmbers was an obvious refer ence to the Soviet 750milerange jet bombers the Soviets sent to Cuba last fall along with medium range missiles After the United On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 6 Society News 8910 North Iowa News 12 Sports 1314 CubGazette 15 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Comics 18 The spokesman said the raiders eturned sal somewhere in the Caribbean The raid was the second exile attack on a Soviet freighter in Cuba this month The first was March 17 A Justice Department official said in Washington there is no evidence the March 17 raid was launched from American soil Castro also charged that Yan kee agents sabotaged a Bolivian airliner which crashed last week in southern Peru He said the agents were after documents car ried by two Cuban couriers on the plane At Washington the FBI the US Coast Guard and other agen all possible to States put a are naval blockade on Cuba Soviet discourage hitananm raids bv Prpmior Khrushntipv afrfod fn Cuban refugees on Cuba officials said bombers The US government said it counted 42 of each on ships leaving Cuba The Soviet govern ment informed Washington in December this was aU the so called offensive weapons it had sent to Cuba The lives of Soviet crewmeniTemplcton the concert pianist were put in grave danger and the and humorist died at his homo Alec Templeton 52 blind pianist dies GREENWICH Conn Alec merchantman was left seriously damaged in Tuesdays raid Cas tro said here Thursday He was 52 Tem pleton had been ill for several months He was blind but the In Miami a spokesman for thedisability did not hamper his antiCastro Commando L groupwork at the keyboard FREEPOKT Kan APi Thousands iley Duncans life ended lPPcrj while he was sniffing r at 19 found they get kicks from breath fumes from glue used for m I dont feel the vote was a true expression of the people and I dont Ihink a lot of people had much faith in what the conven tion would do about apportionment even if it called Davis said I i Hultman asked Davis if under our system of government taxes iare not usually assessed on abil of youngsters have jty to pay and distributed on need and Davis replied that they were nnq The attorney general also said Everybody said he wasn t the model airplanes You can buy a the legislature has passed itubc for a dime ilaws for ajd to dependent chil It cant happen to you you al The fumes damage the where the money goes nl Kncr prcvcMho ml to novc in 3 Hi Lnnersiu Mciua I an i ciuinrdti im on in vounusters and parents to kprrMiiu bill for metlinl nid to health commissioner of Oak The federal space agency j j In hich school Stanley bill tor medical aid to Park 111 said if anyone had said Every phase of the flight in football basketball and tried to got the Salk vaccine on looked nominal Stanleys parents Mr and Mrs He attended a year of collegcj Davis replied that rural the market in six years Q Raymond Duncan had gone to then dropped outto start wcre instrumental in and 350 million inoculations j Harper 10 miles away When they with his father nS that nevv money was appro tcr its royal birth it could returned Howard Duncan found He wasnt a problem child We printed to implement the Kerr bis brothers body never bad any tnnible with bill A plastic freezer bag was over all the time ho was growing up The suit asks that the Shaff plan Stanleys head Glue was found in Usually you con tcl if your kids of reapportionment to be voted on the bag Suicide has been ruled nrc up to something but this was by Iowa residents Dec 3 be ruled not have been done because it was such a poar Tiie National Foundation the name was truncated with the disappearance n intnn tilo paralysis row is backing Dr Salk and others in the rroiooted Salk Institute for Biological Studies at San Diego Calif SAME DATE 1962 91 out a complete shock said his unconstitutional and that the elcc llr A K Ednuaidson of Harper father lion of state senators and reprc said Stanley apparently breathed His intentions were to come in scntatives he returned to the ar itoo much of tlie glue and farming with me got morernngcmcnt prior to IK4 with all cated He died a violent land bought a new tractor and elected on strictly a population ba Dr Edmundson said j were all set jsis ACCUSED WIFE i Jackson McCoy 76 Pineville XC sits i with pistol in hand in hisyard afior allegedly killing his wifo lane at heir home With back to camera is Mecklen burg County Police Chief Ceorgo A Stephens who is attempting to prevail on McCoy to surreruer McCoy earlier tuul aiUnvevi anihuhuuv Uenuaus to remove his Wifes Later a ivfce iviaii peering arourui the house at rear sippea up behind McCoy and overpowered him   

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