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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1963, Mason City, Iowa SISTER GIVES KIDNEY TO TWIN Wallm was reported fully recovered from serious poisoning of her blood after receiving a kidney transplant June 7 from Mrs Janette An derson her identical twin shown with her The op eration first of its kind in Minnesota was under taken when doctors found one of Mrs Wallins kid neys would not function the other was diseased and getting worse The sisters 39 both live near Minne apolis David vs Goliath Rail tight is startling NEW YORK financial itorm is brewing that savprs of knockdown dragout fights among the legendary railroad baronsiof 75 years ago It blew up almost overnight this week in the style of epic battles waged by the Hills Vanderbilts Harrimans and Jay Gould before the turn of the century The prize The Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railroad a midcontinent line with strategic importance to Western railroads because of its access to Chicago The adversaries The rich sto ried Union Pacific Railroad a kind of Goliath in present circum stances and the poorrelation Chi 5 per cent increase in Iowa revenue DES MOINES Iowa Tax Commission had a 5 per cent increase in total revenue collected from lowans during the present fiscal year indicat ing a healthy growth in the states economy Following are the amounts and sources of state tax collections in the 196263 fiscal year as shown by Tax Commission rec ords with corresponding totals of the previous year in parenthe sis Sales tax Use tax Income tax Corporation tax Beer tax Cigarette tax Inheritance tax Chain store tax Equipment car tax State Permit Board North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy and continued warm humid through Sunday Warmer Saturday night with wiowwrs crvtpinfl into tnt area late Saturday and early Sunday Low Saturday in the 70s High Sunday in the lew Weather details on page 2 cago North Western Railway the David of the piece Guiding the North Westerns slingshot is Ben W Heineman board chairman since 1956 am widely regarded in the industry as an unusually bold and re sourceful executive Heineman startled the railroad world on Monday with a hand some offer in stock income bonds and cash for the Rock Island The surprise was the greater because of its days before Rock Island directors were tox pass on an earlier tempting and conflicting offer from the Un ion Pacific raildoms No 1 mon eymaker Closer observers thought they detected some wavering in Rock Island ranks but on Thursday Rock Island directors voted for the Union Pacific and spurned Heinemans tender We intend to move right ahead with our proposal to Rock Island stockholders said Heineman Fri day In this he would be asking shareowners to repudiate the judg ment of their elected directors million budget for Iowa regents IOWA CITY larg est budget in its 54year history was approved by the Iowa Board of Regents here Friday as it announced plans to spend million during the nex two years A total of million wil be spent at the University o Fowa Iowa State University and State College of Iowa to educate nearly 30000 students during 196365 The budget included per year pay raises for the presidents of the two uniyer sities and college For Dr Vir gil M Hanchcr president of the University of Iowa and Dr James H Hilton president o fowa State University new salaries will be The new salary for J W Maucker prcs ident of State College of Iowa was set at Bulletin KENOSHA A Milwaukee Road passenger train plowed into the rear end of a freight train Satur day and scores of persons were reported injured 75 mile an hour winds lash Iowa Storm is fatal to one By THE ASSOCIATED FBESg Iowas hottest weather of the year brewed vicious rain hailand wind storms that slashed down hrough the state Friday leaving one person dead in Des Moines The sudden shift broke the back of a heat wave and brought re ief to parched lands but it also eft a considerable amount of property damage The forecast called for the re urn of warm humid weather with highs in the 90s mixed with more scattered thunderstorms starting n the west and spreading over the state Saturday night Winds of man than 7S miles an hour whipped through Des Moines shortly after 6 pm Fridaysmash ng windows in homes and tear ing down trees and power lines M Sgt Morris C Schultz 34 of Indianola attached to the re cruiting station at Fort Des tfoines was killed when a tree Fell on topof his car in the south part of Des Moines He was pro nounced dead on arrival at Vet trans Hospital His wife and 9 yearold daughter were in the car but escaped injury Three plate glass windows were blown outof the Schultz Brothers Garage at Algona dur ng a storm that struck the area night Damage was esti mated at Winds up to 60 miles an hour attered Algona branches were lown down and power failed tation KG LA was off the air or an hour The temperature dropped from to 68 in a 10minute period Rainfall was measured at 25 officially but unofficial reports put it at 50 The storm system swept into owa from Minnesota and South Dakota and left in its wake rain all that measured up to two nches at Bancroft in Kossuth ounty That northern Iowa area was drenched in 20 minutes urther south local areas which lad reported 100degree tempera lures saw the mercury drop into the high 60s As the storms raced southeast ward ugly looking black wind clouds struck at Ames and Mar shalltown in central Iowa and then at Des Moines Falling trees and Hying limbs caused extensive damage to hous es and cars and windows in homes and buildings were shattered by he wind pressure The Marshalltown area was lit ered with fallen trees that blocked Highways 30 and 330 Trees also fell across Highway 4 northeast of Bondurant and Highway 65 near Iowa Falls Toppled power poles and wires created a dangerous situation in sarts of Des Moines and all of he citys radio stations were off the air The north and northeast parts of the city were especially hit Iowa Power and Light Co said refrigerators freezers and lights stopped working in at least 20000 homes Crews worked hoping to restore services by Friday mid night The wind also ripped down tele phone lines and about 1000 Des West Bend man killed as car plunges in ditch ALGONA UPI A West Bend farmer was killed Friday when his car wenf out of con Lrol and plunged down an cm bankment off a county road near here Anthony Tony Besch 45 ap parently lost control of his car and it careened down a steep ditch It then hit a farm drive way fbppcd into the air and crashed Besch was killed instantly Kossuth County Sheriff Ralph L Lindhorst said Tliis is Kossuth Countys sixth traffic fatality this year Inside The Globe ALLSTAR baseball game starters named Page REGULATIONS on Ifquo sales released Page 15 MASON CITY classroom used H months yearly Page 15 Editorials Church news 4 Society news Sports news Clear Lake Latest markets J J Mason City news 141S 4 Transport timetable 11 Classified pages ItIt Nerth lewa news21 Moines homes were without tele phone service Northwestern Bell Telephone Co reported hundreds of tele phones out at Marshailtown Os kaloosa and Ottumwa At the Des Moines baseball park Sec Taylor Stadium a sec tion of the grandstand roof and the right field fence were blown down And the wind ripped off two sec tions of the roof of the grand stand at the Iowa State Fair grounds At the C E Keeling residence no one fortunately was in a bed room pierced by a large tree These other storm incidents were reported in Des Moines A young mother Mrs Pat Mc Ilhon was driving home from the Fort Des Moines Little League ballpark with her four children and four other persons when a tree fell on the car She had to wait until fallen power lines were removed before anyone could get out of the car None was hurt Mrs Paul Turner 22 and her 15monthold son were trapped in their car for about 20 minutes by hot trolley cars Three persons were treated for injuries at Broadlawns General Hospital The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 29 19M UOc a paper Consists of Two SectionsSection Ona International Full Lease Wires Associated Press and United Press No 121 Ask Chinese out of Russia MOSCOW China dis closed Saturday the Soviet Union has demanded the re call of three members of the Chinese embassy in Moscow a step without precedent in the relations between the two feuding powers Western diplomats said the Soviet action may prompt the Chinese to boycott the Soviet Chinese ideological talks due to open in Moscow July 5 The news of the Soviet ac tion was distributed by Pe kings New China news agency The foreign ministry refused to comment The agencys account said the Chinese foreign ministry called the Soviet move un reasonable and its excuse un tenable The Chinese indicated they would heed the Sovjet demand and would not retaliate by ousting Soviet diplomats in China The Soviet demand was made in a note to the Chinese embassy in Moscow on Thurs day The Chinese said the Rus sians demanded the recall of three members of the embassy staff and two other Chinese in the Soviet Union for distribut ing the Chinese Communist partys letter of June 14 as sailing the party leadership of Premier Khrushchev The 30000word letter at tacked the Kremlins cold war policy of peaceful coexistence The Kremlin in an unprece dented move publicly an nounced later that it would not publish the letter The Red Chinese said the Peking letter was in reply to a letter of the Soviet Commu nist party Central Committee on March 30 A Chinese for eign ministry spokesman was quoted as saying This demand of the Soviet government is unreasonable and its excuse untenable It is normal and unim JFK leaves Ireland I will return LIMERICK Ireland W President Kennedy grinning like a kid who has had the time of his life said farewell Sat urday to Ireland Come back Cousin Jack delighted Irishmen shouted just before Kennedy took off from Shannon airport for England In the climax to a heartwarm ing threeday visit to the land of his forefathers the President said at the airport Im going to come back and see old Shannons face again And I am going to take all of you back to America with me Irishmen cheering in delight almost drowned out the words of his farewell I want to express my thanks as we all are about to say goodby I want to express my appreciation to your great president Mr Eamon De Va era and to all of you We may be removed by two or three generations from Ireland but yet when I ask how many peo ple have relatives in America they all hold up their hands Ireland has a special role It is in a sense the mother of many peoples and many na tions I take great satisfaction and pride in being of Irish descent On his last morning he made a quick swing around the rugged west of Ireland visiting Galway Limerick and Shan non before departing for Bri tain and serious talks with Prime Minister Harold Macmil lan He was made a freeman of the historic west coast areas Charles City youth 16 dies in fall CHARLES Wolff 16 son of Mr and Mrs Adolph A Wolff Charles City was killed Saturday morning when he fell off the roof of his home He was helping his father shingle the roof when the acci dent occurred He was dead on arrival at the hospital Funeral services are incom plete at the GrossmanHagc Funeral Home Charles City rn v MANDY RICE DAVIS Mandy testifies as Wards case sags peachable for the Chinese em bassy and Chinese personnel in the Soviet Union to distri bute official documents of the Central Committee of the Communist party of China The Soviet establishments and personnel in China have always been doing the same and no objection has ever been raised by the Chinese government What justification has the Soviet government to lodge a protest with the Chinese em bassy in Moscow in this con nection What justification has it to demand that the Chinese gov ernment recall the five Chinese K tries to rally support in China rift BERLIN Khrush chev turned Saturday from a ukewarm Berlin reception to a major Sovietbloc summit parley alled apparently to consolidate trength for a showdown with the Red Chinese The ChineseSoviet ideological eud broke into the open again as at least five Communist chief ains responded to Khrushchevs call Coinciding with the meeting Hie Kremlin published a Khrushchev speech in which the Soviet pre mier 1 Acknowledged as noteworthy President Kennedys call for re newed efforts for peace 2 Reaffirmed the principle of peaceful coexistence as the gen ral line of our foreign policy 3 Charged that the Chinese ommunisls have extremely sharpened their relations with Moscow and accused them of re sorting to a racial approach in an attempt to win Asians and Af to their side rather than o the side of Communists whose skin is white Khrushchev made the speech last week LONDON WVPlaygirl Mari lyn Mandy RiceDavis stood her ground Saturday as a de fense attorney slashed away at her story of a love affair with Viscount Astor in the sensation packed vice hearing of Dr Stephen Ward Ward faces eight charges in cluding running a cailgirl stable for upper crust Britons and liv ing off the earnings of Miss RiceDavis and her redhaired roommate Christine K e c 1 c r Wards attorney James Burgc opened Saturdays hearing by trying to break Miss Rice Davis story It is untrwe he said for you to suggest that you have had relations with Lord Astor Of course it is not untrue she replied I am not going to perjure myself in court Mandy also stuck to her claim of Friday that she knew actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr She said their acquaintance involved a screen test and two meetings along with Christine The hearing appeared virtual ly certain of causing as big an uproar as the original disclo sures which caused the downfall of former War Minister John Profumo and nearly toppled Prime Minister Macmillans government It was Ward who introduced Christine to Profumo and Soviet Naval Attache Eugcny Ivanov It was also Ward who broke the scandal involving the three way sex relationship of Miss Keclcr Profumo and Ivanov a Soviel intelligence agent Miss RiceDavis was follow ed on the witness stand by tall darkhaired girl identified only as Miss X Ward a 50year old osteopath is charged with conspiring to procure her to turn to FOK CLEARER UHMRSTANDING of the important news from Washington read the column by the noted po litical correspondent and Pulitzer Prizewinning au thor Clear concise impartial reporting and analysis Starting next week Mason City Hughes apparent winner Appointee rift reportedly ends DES MOINES Har ld Hughes apparently has sailed iafely through a political storm reated by two interim appoint ments to major state offices Hughes a Democrat who re used to back down in the face of opposition from Republicans the attorney general and a member of us own party probably will seat lis appointments Vithout incident VIonday One of the last roadblocks was removed late Friday when Walter Conway of Muscatine outgoing chairman of the State Board of Control said he did not plan to attempt to stay in office The day before Robert Keir of Spencer had announced that he was stepping out although an opinion by Atty Gen Evan Hult man had said that both Conway and Keir could remain in office by posting bond and taking the oath before July 10 Hultman based his opinion on an interpretation of the law that says office holders remain on the job even after their term expires if a successor has not been legally appointed The Senate during the ses sion of the legislature refused to confirm the appointments of Dem ocrats Robert Barry of Danbury o the Highway Commission and orbin Crawford of Ainsworth to he Board of Control Hughes wait ed until the legislature adjourned and then gave both men interim appointments Hultman ruled the appointments vere invalid because there were no vacancies on the Highway Commission or Board of Control Conway a Democrat who was not reappointed said after Hult mans ruling that he planned to remain on the job Hughes called him on the carpet but Conway did not budge until Friday Then Conway said he would not but would not requalify ror the post whichwould create a vacancy when the period for re qualification ends July 10 Keir a Republican had indicat ed he would remain on the High way Commission but Thursday said he did not want to press the ssue Two other highway com missioners whose terms also end Sunday Jo Stong of Keosauqua and William H Nicholas of Clear Lake had said earlier they would not try to remain on the job Hughes has said both Crawford and Barry would be on the job Monday but under the attorney generals ruling they will not offi cially be able to take office until July 10 the deadline for present members to requalify if they want to stay on the job Algona child hit by car In fair condition ALGONA Todd Hackbarth 3 was in fair condition Salur day at St Anns Hospital here after being hit by a car Friday afternoon He suffered head cuts and other injuries after darting into the path of a car driven by Jo seph Dorweiler 2 Algona Todd is the son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Hackbarth No charges were filed SAME
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