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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                JUST LIKE DAD Jon Crisman 4 gave his father Gene a hand with the hedge trimming chores Friday so the work would not have to be done on Fa thers Day Too small to reach the top Jon wisely pulled his little red wagon into use Heres hoping all of you fa thers got the lawn chores out of the way so you can spend your day doing just as you please Sunday The Cris Trians live at 1552 N Hampshire We shot seen MOSCOW UPI The Vostok 5 functioning perfect fifth cosmonaut whirled ly as he went into his 17th orbit into the second day of his at 6 am CST may be joined orbital flight around earth Satby a second Sputnik manned by urday amid speculation he may the worlds first space woman have two important dates in Tass indicated ne fl t space J c Agency may Of t v i ux Friday on what is try to link two space ships m expected to be a rec0rdsetting orbit as the first step toward eightday flight establishment of a flying L laboratory in the Cosmos re stj was no indication of when the cosmonette would Informed sources said Lt Col De sent aloft although she has Valery Bykovsfcy who reported Deen reported standing by at a launching station ready to go when the time comes It was not expected Saturday However the informed sources said Russia was delaying her takeoff to spare her the ordeal Further cut in relations with Duvalier WASHINGTON wi T h e United States has bowed to a request of the Haitian gov ernment that it remove Ambas sador Raymond L Thurslon as envoy to Haiti but officials said Saturday this governments dis approval of the Duvalier re gime will continue Haiti is recalling its own am bassador to the United States Dr Louis Mars The result of these two actions is to reduce the level of diplo matic relations between the two countries in the wake of the re cent dispute over President Francois Duvalicrs decision to itay in power Lee enterprises editors gather LINCOLN Neb AP Repre sentatives of newspapers assoc ciated with Lee Enterprises open ed a two day meeting Friday The purpose of our meeting Is to exchange ideas that will vitalize our newspapers in the Midwest and Montana said Phil ip D Adler president of Lee In terprises Inc and publisher of the Davenport Iowa Daily Times North Iowa Weather outlook Cooler cloudy with light rain and showers expected Outlook Sunday is same with in Lew Saturday in CA wi of a possible week in space Tass announced the start of the 17th orbit at 6 am saying Bykovsky had covered 416320 miles by that time It added that he was completing an orbit every 882 minutes At 7 am CST Moscow tele vision carried its fourth live transmission by Bykovsky from space The space hero again demonstrated the stale of weightl e s s n e s s by letting a details on 2 movie camera float around his cabin The fifth Soviet cosmonaut calls himself The Hawk in ra dio communications with earth He followed the tradition start ed by the second Soviet cosmo naut Gherman Titov who called himself The Eagle during his 17orbit flight in August 1961 Pavel Popovich chose The Golden Eagle and Adrian Niko layev The Falcon during their duo flight last August WILL EAT CROW ANNA 111 loser in the national crow shooting singles competition Saturday will get a baked crow dinner SAME The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 15 a copyThii Paper Consirti of Two SectionsSection One Associated Press United Full Leue No Warning on property tax lag Avert rail strike Deadline set back until 10th of July WASHINGTON union and management Rail nego tiators agreed Saturday to keep bargaining until July 10 without any railroad shutdown in re sponse to an appeal by Presi dent Kennedy for one last ma jor effort to resolve their dis pute The Presidents request was accepted by both sides at a 15 minute meeting in the White House A strike could have been called after midnight Monday Kennedy warned the labor and management leaders that the dispute would be settled by an outside agency if Congress step ped in to block or halt a na tional rail strike The President said in a state ment that there has been no real bargaining in any effective sense in this dispute The chief executive said tha1 the whole future of free collec tive bargaining and the effec tiveness of the Railway Labor Act were at stake If no settlement is reached in this case there will be no alternative to the enactment of new legislation which will pro tect the public against the loss of its rail transport Kennedy said The effect of such legislation on free collective bargaining will be incalculable Kennedy proposed that repre sentatives of 200000 train oper ating employes and the nations major railroads start imme diately at hard bargaining with the aid of labor secretary W Willard Wirtz assistant labor secretary James J Reynolds and the national mediation board The President said he will request a report from Wirtz if no settlement has been reached by July 10 I shall then make such rec ommendations to the Congress as these circumstances appear to dictate Kennedy said The latest delay of a show down in the three and a half year old case involving work rules would put off any rail crisis until after Kennedy re turns from his European trip He is due back early in July A sharp split in rail labor ranks complicated the govern ments effort to achieve an agreement but a spokesman for Wirtz said the breech has been healed for the most part Kennedy warning of possible legislation to end the dispute said laws could do nothing thai both sides could not do volun tarily He implied that it would be wiser for the parlies to agree on their own special procedures ncluding arbitration if neces sary rather than risk a legis Hunt for 5 whoescaped from Eldora ELDORA UP The search is on for five teenage escapees Tom the State Training School or Boys here Hardin County Sheriff Lowell T McCormick said Friday the five ran from their unguarded cottage at the school Thursday night and a check of the area failed to turn them up No cars were reported stolen in the area McCormick said The sheriff identified the youths as Gary Evertson 17 Marshalltown Howard Roush 18 Newton Anis Walker 17 Des Moines Michael Wiese 17 Clinton and Valentine Flores 17 Manly PRESIDENT KENNEDY his brow If settlement either or both of you should decline to take advan tage of this opportunity the responsibility or what follows will have to be accepted where t lies Kennedy said Inside The Globe MASON CITY Unity Ex press at state tion Page 6 conven TO CHECK 1700 valves in Mason Ciiy water mains Page 13 Hoover reported serious NEW YORK Pres ident Herbert Hoover 88 has been seriously ill for the past week in his suite at the Waldorf Towers his family announced Friday Three doctors attending Hoov er issued a bulletin describing his ailment as anemia second ary to bleeding from the gastro intestinal tract The physicians said there were no immediate plans to remove the nations 31st president to a hospital They noted that with in the last 24 hours there has been diminished evidence of bleeding Although his condition is se rious it is for his age reason ably satisfactory the physi cians added Hoover underwent a three hour operation last Aug 28 at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center for removal of a tumor from his large intestine The tu mor was described as cancerous with no pated He recurrence antici was released from the hospital Sept 18 Jn the same hospital in the Church news 4 spring of 1958i Hoover had his Society news 47 gall bladder removed Clear Lake news 8 FAST ACTION SPRINGFIELD 111 August 1 deadline set up by official DES M01NES cit es and five counties ordered to squalize property tax assessments ave been warned that they are agging and directed to show proof of compliance by Aug 1 a State Tax Commission official said Sat urday Two cities and 21 counties have satisfied commission officials that hey are well on their way toward evaluating property by the July 1 1964 deadline Two other cities among the 33 ities and towns ordered to eqtial ze assessments apparently are ill set for reevaluation and we did not warn them said Ballard Tipton director of the com missions property tax division The Tax Commission on Jan 30 1962 ordered the 33 cities and owns to reevaluate property in heir jurisdiction so property owners would be paying equitable assessments Twentythree cities and coun ties have entered into contracts with professional assessors to re evaluate their property Tipton said The Scott County assessor claims he is going to reevaluate properly in his county and Atlan tics property will be by the Cass County assessor These cities and counties which have not yet indicated they will comply with the commissions or der are the cities of Davenport ort Dodge and Oskaloosa and luthrie Clark Tama Lyon and Ihickasaw counties Tipton said Tax officials cities anji counties were sent a letter by ommission recently warning hem that they must show proof hey have started compliance with he order by Aug 1 or face ac ion by the state Tipton said slate lawgives the ommission authority to force cit es and counties to reevaluate heir p r o p e r t y for assessment urposes Equal evaluation of property yithin cities and counties is con idered a step toward equal valuation over the state Tipton aid Apparently we cant do nuch about statewide equalization property until property owners vithin cities and counties are as essed the same as their neigh bors for property of equal value Equalization within the 33 cities and counties was ordered by the commission after it abandoned an attempt to increase assessments in 48 cities and counties which the commission thought had property valued too low in comparison with other cities and counties in the state Fortytwo of the cities arid coun ties protested Some contended hat since property within their urisdiction was not equally as Please turn to page 2 Sports Editorials Latest markets 12 Mason City news 1213 Comics 14 Classified pages 1417 North Iowa news 19 The Illinois House in a rush toward adjournment acted on nearly 250 bills Friday and passed appropriation measures totaling more than million Funds halt 4lane road to Lake By ROBERT H SPIEGEL GlobeGaxette Editor the average about 6300 vehicles use Highway 18 between Mason City and Clear Lake each day Carl F Schach engineer of planning for the Iowa State Highway commission says when a traffic count reaches 4800 we start thinking then and there about making it a four lane highway At this point however nothing has gone beyond the thinking stage on making a fourlane link between Mason City and Clear Lake Its matter of funds said Chief Engineer L M Clauson We know this stretch of No 18 has one of the highest trafjjc counts in the state and we re alize that Interstate 35 when finished will add to it Clauson said the highway commission is watching the situ ation particularly now that the interstate route has been set Paying is scheduled for com pletion nearly to the Minnesota border by 1958 Eventually he said the en tire stretch of Highway 18 be tween Mason City and Garner must be considered as a four A 1H2 study of traffic volume on Iowa primary roads showed an average movement of about 3150 vehicles daily on Highway 18 between Garner and Ventura The count was about 4100 be tween Ventura and the west limits of Clear Lake This increases to a 6300 aver age between Clear Lake and Mason City It has reached 10000 to 12 000 during the summer said Schach Scheduling of such nrojecls is done through a sufficiency guide This is a rating system for ail Iowa primary roads on the basis of structural adequacy and service to motorists Maximum sufficiency is 100 points Clauson said that current funds permit scheduling projects on roads under 25 in the suf ficiency rating The latest available ratings extend through 1961 At that time Highway 18 was given three ratings on sections be tween Mason City and Clear Lake It was rated only 20 for the mile of 22footwidc paving just west of the city limits of Mason City The next mile to the wfist was rated 18 That rating was given however before that piece of highway was widened from 20 to 24 feet The remaining fourmile span to the cast city limits of Clear Lake has a rating of 50 Thats definitely ow said Schach As the traffic increases oncu the interstate is opened the sufficiency rating is bound to go down even further Clauson looks to a widening of Highway 18 to four lanes as only a temporary measure The ideal solution though existing only as a sketchy line on a map at present would bypass Clear Lake and Mason City to the south Clauson said engineers have discussed running an eastwest fourlane highway about two miles south of the line of High way 106 H would start at the inter state heading east to Charles City It would pass north and cast of Charles City then curve to the south on the general line of Highway 218 The proposed highway eventually would join Highway 20 west of Waterloo This vould take through traf fic away from the heart of Ma son City said Clauson Mn son City already has enough problems with Highway 65 on Federal Avenue There arc lots of things like this we would like to do U we had the money T1 hot of AX UK DOWN IN DOORWAY Police drag an un identified young woman out the door of the Cal ifornia Senate chambers so they can lock the doors for the night About 25 members of the Congress of Kacial Equality lay down in the doorway as the Sen ate ended its Friday session in protest to delay of dov Browns bill to ban discrimination in housing   

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