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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Interstate to be located bet ween Gamer Ventura Find pieces of bodies in debris Press search forDC FBOM OUR WIEE SERVICES ANCHORAGE h e Coast Guard Tuesday found mu tilated parts of human bodies amid the wreckage of a mili tarycharter DC with 101 men women and children aboard in dicating the aircraft hit the Gulf of Alaska with considerable impact The Coast Guard at Juneau said however that the airsea search would continue for pos sible survivors It was not yet determined whether the plane chartered from Northwest Ori ent Airlines crashed into the sea or broke up while ditching The Coast Guard spokesman said the debris was definitely from the plane which disap peared Monday enroute from McChord Air Force Base near Tacoma Wash to Elmendorf AFB Anchorage Alaska Three airplanes and six ships carried on the search for fur ther evidence of what happenec to the fourengine plane We cant determine now whether it ditched or crashed hut it did go into the water the spokesman said The fourengine craft making daily routine flight to the big base just outside Anchorage was carry ing military personnel depend cnts and civilian employes of the government It had a veteran pilot Capt Al bertOlson of Sumner Wash Tfie plane left McChord near Tacoma on schedule at am It was last heard from two hours and 36 minutes later when Olson radioed the air station at Sands pit BC for a change of altitude from 14000 to 18000 feet The passenger list showed 45 military men both Army and Navy 29 dependents and one Air Force civilian They had come to McChord from all parts of the United States to make the flight The crew in addition to Olson were First Officer Donald R Wen ger of Tacoma Flight Engineer Kenneth A Larson 47 Kirkland Wash Flight Service Engineei Donald K Schaap of Seattle am Stewardesses Joan V Morris anc Patricia L Moran both Seattle A Coast Guard cutter on thi scene about 60 miles west of the island said life jackets luggage and clothing had been positive identified as being from a charte Northwest Airlines DC7 missin since Monday on a flight from McChord Air Force Base Wash to Elmendorf AFB Alaska The cutter reported it saw n signs of any survivors or bodies and the Coast Guard said earlie a person could not live for mor than 10 or 15 minutes in the 4C degree waters An Albatross ai craft and the Japanese freighte Hosei Maru svere also on th scene The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 4 UOc a Paper Consists of Two One Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires No 99 Many pay their respects POPE ON CATAFALQUE IN VATI CAN body of Pope John XXIII clad in red pontifical robes and golden Bishops mitre lies in state Phot of ax on catafalque in the papal apartment at the Vatican Noble Guards stand at the head of the catafalque Ritual under way soon after death A Canadian air force pilot re ported sighting uninflated life rafts torn pillows and suitcases bobbing in the water Monday night but because of darkness the search could not be continued un til dawn Tuesday The pilot said he thought the debris might have come from the illfated plane The Weather North fowa Partly cloudy continued warm and humid through Wednesday Scat tered showers and thunder storms Tuesday night or Wednesday forenoon Lows Tuesday night 6369 Highs Wednesday 8389 More Weather on Page 2 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 82 Minimum 63 At 8 am 74 Precipitation 06 Sunrise Sunset REVERSAL SPARTA Wis Lambert Hansen sentenced Ron aid Poff 18 to 15 days in th VATICAN CITY i after Pope John XXIII died the solemn ritual of mourning and funeral came into motion So also did the protocol which ultimately will lead to the joyous coronation of a new pontiff The fishermans ring a symbol of the Popes authority was removed from his hand U will be destroyed in the presence of all cardinals in Rome within vo or three days A new ring ill be made ready for the next ope Almost immediately the Vatican tale secretariat started to send elegrams to diplomats accredited o the Holy See and to cardinals round the world advising them f the Popes death The must wear robes of mourning instead f the traditional crimson until a new pope is being Pope Johns last words VATICAN CITY his final words Pope John Throngs pass by body of Pope John VATICAN CITY high and the lowly paid homage to Pope John XXIII in procession past his bier at the Vatican Tues day symbolizing the mourning of millions around the world The body of the pontiff 81 who died Monday night after four days of agonizing suffering from a stomach tumor and peritonitis was to be transferred Tuesday evening across St Peters Square to St Peters Basilica for wider public viewing Prelates diplomats and citizens of Vatican City including the street sweepers and gardeners with whom Pope John liked to chat called at the papal apart ment in tribute while cardinals be gan preparations to choose a new supreme ruler for the worlds half1 billion Roman Catholics The cardinals now administer ing church affairs scheduled their first business meeting for Wednes day The meetings called general congregations will be held every day for handling routine affairs and arrangements for the con Reaction in area is mixed Site approved by both states Interstate 35 to be completed in Iowa in 1971 will lie between Garner and Ventura The northsouth interstate will run just east of Garner east of Forest City and just west of Lake Mills to connect west of Emmons with the interstate route in Minnesota The Iowa State Highway Com mission announced confirmation of the route Tuesday and said an agreement on the state line crossing location was signed in May with Minnesota highway officials The stateline crossing is approximately one mile west of Highway 69 Right of way purchases from Highway 20 to the Highway 69 crossing near the state line will be completed in 1966 according to the Iowa commission an nouncement Paving from Highway 20 to Highway 3 and grading from INTERSTATE of Interstate 35 through North Iowa will follow the original plan of the State Highway Commission The line will be al most straight north from Des Moines past the east line of Ames between Garner and Ventura and cross the state line about a mile west of U S 69 clave pope that will elect the new Highway 3 to the Highway 69 crossing near the state line is planned for 1967 the commis sion said The longrange tentative plan ning is for paving of the seg ment from Highway 3 to High way 69 south of the state line in 1968 purchase of right o way from the Highway 69 cross ing to the state line a distance of 66 miles in 1969 grading o that segment in 1970 and paving in 1971 Sentiment is mixed in NorU Iowa communities over advan tages and disadvantages of the announced site Interstate Highway 20 north to the state be built within a corridor origin ally established in 1956 and shown since then on the road maps issued annually by the Iowa Highway Commission Ben Carter Forest City pub lisher reflected some of the sentiment in North Iowa I think our community has mixed emotions on the loca lion From the standpoint of in dustrial development the peo Vatican press officials said thePle is rcal important to have the highway ciosc by A riod which will probably start in the next day or two The cardinals now in Rome will meet as soon as possible to decide the date They also will work out preliminary ar rangements for the administration of the church during the inter regnum On the first three days of the mourning period the body will lie in slate in St Peters so that the public can gaze on the pontiff for a last time Hundreds of thousands are expected to file through the Basilica Christen doms greatest church XXIII called prayerfully for Christian unity Ut Unum Sint he said That they be one After uttering the Latin words Pope John lapsed into the final corn a that ended his life Mon day formal nineday mourning period will start Wednesday The Vati cans master of ceremonial set the date they said and the cardinals are expected to ratify it in their opening business meeting This would carry the period through far as retail trade is concerned there are mixed feelings Som feel the interstate is a kind o barrier cutting off trade from east of the interstate Carter was a leading partic the feast day of Corpus Christ Pnt in Forest city jn cham June 13 though it might be in Toward Hie end of the third day the Basilica will be closed to the public Then in a solemn cere mony attended by high church dignitaries and diplomats accred ited to the Vatican the body wHJ be placed in a triple of lead one of cypress and one ol oak The casket will then be asked to come to Rome to attend lowered into a crypt in the grot he conclave which will elect thetoes below the Basilica accessor of Pope John These services will extend over i nineday official mourning pe For the next six days of the Please turn to page 2 Death is not an ending he said before he died With death a new life begins a glori fication in Revealing for the first lime the secret he had guarded so carefully for a year Pope John said I know very well what is the matter with me and I also know that I have only three or four weeks of life They doctors say I have a tumor Well the will of God is always done But dont worry about me because my bags are packed and Im ready even very ready to go May Coming out of a coma unex pectedly June 1 and asking doc tors for a cup of coffee he quipped here Well we are still Hoffa indicted again terrupted for that occasion The Popes body lay in state in an antechamber The body was dressed in red pontifical robes with a golden bishops miter on the head and red slippers on the feet The catafalque was low rest ing only two feet from the floor Pope Johns face was white His lips had a pleasant almost a faint smile His hands in red gloves were folded over his pectoral cross Two guards stood at the head of the catafalque and 10 Swiss guards and 10 palatine guards of honor stood along the walls At three small portable altars priests said Requiem Masses con tinually in hushed tones LOsservatore Roma the Vati can newspaper said it would pub lish over the next several days a series of unpublished writings and thoughts of Pope John Cardinals and diplomats walked in a steady stream up the royal staircase from the bronze door to the papal apartment The cardi nals were in mourning purple the diplomats in forma dress They knell at the foot of he catafalque to kiss the Popes slip per The prelates sprinkled holy water on the body as they knelt pioning advantages of locatin the interstate on the site an nounced by the State Highwa Commission The Forest City businessma said plans for the ski slide at P lot Knob arc progressing H said the Interstate location near Polit Knob could make the im mediate area attractive to tour istrelated and rccrcalionrc latcd businesses Forest City now has a leading Please turn to page 2 Stronger on securities asked by SEC WASHINGTON AP A pro posed overhaul and tightening a he securities of the most sweeping in the history of nvestor protection legisla sent to Congress Tues ay by the Securities and Ex hange Commission The SEC asked enactment of le entire bundle during this ses ion and told the House Inter tate Commerce Committee that t believes the securities industry will support it as constructive and Tactical The commission omitted some proposals which it said earlier vould be transmitted this year but SEC Chairman William L Gary indicated these will be forth coming later probably for consid eration in 1964 The proposals filed Tuesday would Extend to thousands of corpor at ions whose stock is bought and CHICAGO R Hof fa Teamsters Unionhead and seven associates were indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury that charged them with fraudently obtaining more than million in loans from the Central States Pen sion Fund The indictment contained 28 counts and followed two years of investigation by the grand jury Monroe County Jail after police and the Federal Bureau of Inves said the youth had a habit of climbing the jail wall to visit tigation 11 charged the eight men divert ed more than million from the oans for their personal benefit The total allegedly diverted inloans eluded at least which the overnment charged was used to help extricate Hoffa from person al financial involvement This included his operations in Sun Valley Inc a Florida homes development in Broward County The indictment accused Hoffa of violating his duty as a trustee of tire pension fund which has its headquarters in Chicago H alleged he made false and misleading statements to oth er trustees about persons seeking Rocky says he would be a candidate ALBANY N Y Gov Rockefeller said Tuesday he still considered himself among the ranks of potential candi dates for the Republican nomi nation for president next year He said he did not accept the view that his recent marriage had diminished his prospects of winning it Mason City motel plans progressing Plans arc progressing on the construction of the million dol lar Holiday Inn in Mason City this year H A Kneislcy Burlington The million dollar project will be known as Mason City Motor Inn Inc The project will not only have 100 guest rooins with parking space for cars but also president of the Carl A Nelson there will be a commercial build It said also that Hoffa used his influence as president of the Teamsters to obtain approval of the loans Besides Hoffa 50 the indict ment named Benjamin Dranow 55 former Minneapolis department store ex ecutive Dranow is in Sandstone Minn prison serving for mail Please turn to page 2 Bulletin WASH NGTON UPI President Kennedy Tuesday issued orders barring dis crimination against Negroes in federal construction pro grams or other federal projects involving the hiring of workers or apprentices Co which has tho contract for he structure said that the op lion has been exercised and the franchise purchased and that plans are progressing as rapid ly as possible The Holiday Inn will be built in Mason City this year added Henry E Frilzsche vice presi dent in charge of Ihe Mason City project We have been held up by architectural chang es in the structure but we are aiming for a 1963 opening Weve simply been snowed under this year said Frilzsche We had hoped for a May 15 start but now it appears it will in connection administra tion office lobby coffee shop and dining room key club and banquet room that will accom modate 500 persons The inn will be equipped with ycnraround air conditioning swimming pool telephone in ev ery room meeting facilities for all occasions house physician baby sitters alltile baths tele the of on the organized the fulldisclosure and financial reporting requirements which now apply only to stocks listed on the exchanges Tighten the standards of character training and exper ence required of persons newly entering the business as broker dealers representatives or sales men and enlarge SECs disciplin ary controls over and their employes Curb to some extent some abus es which have occurred in hot stocks whose prices lave soared beyond normal pat erns of requiring ihat prospective buyers be furn ished with prospectuses giving full financial information for not less than 90 days after the stock is issued The present require ment is 40 days In New York the New Yorit Stock Exchange and tbe American Stock Exchange the two largest in the nation quickly voiced strong support of the SEC pro gram in principle They specifically praised proposals for fuller public disclos ure by corporations of financial information Both exchanges al ready enforce rather stringent re quirements along this line Inside Your newspaper DELAY ACTION city council has delayed until June 17 action on a zoning question concern ing Club property until details on 20 LIQUOR PREDICTION Official doubts many class B beer permit hold ers will get liquor permit details on page 3 PICTURES OF POPE A picture story of t h e late Pope John XXIII please turn to page 6 TWOHITTER Colts Farrell pitches 2hitter against Dodgers de tails on page 17 vision valet and laundry serv ice free ice and many other services The option for the acre site on the south side of UJ Highway 18 West from the Ma son City Brick and Tile Com be more like June 15 Naturallyjpany has been exercised and jthe opening will have to le later plans arc to go ahead with con lin the year than planned jslruction as soon as possible Editorials 4 North Iowa News 3 Society News 1M2 Clear Lake News U Sports Newt 17 Latest Markets M Mason City News 2frt1 Comics 24 Transit Timetable H CUnified PagesHU 1   

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