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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home The newspaper that mokes oil North lowoiis MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 193 aw Pntt IiieruUoeal ruil MASOM CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 1K3 County 3rd in 9 tax take Cerro Gordo County has the third largest sales tax collec tions per capita in Iowa Only Polk Des Whines and Linn Cedar Rapids have greater sales tax collections per capita than Cerro Gordos mark of according to the Iowa State Tax Commission The figures are part of the re port for the 196162 fiscal year received Wednesday from the commission The report covers the 12 months ending June 30 3962 and has been a year in preparation are tht figures from the state report with the leading counties ranged according to population Sales Tax Per Collected Capita OOc CoaiUU M Two StciloniSrcUoa NO m SEATTLE SALT LAKE CITY pm EDMONTON pm WINNIPEG HELENA p m MINNEAPOLIS p m DENVER pm SAN FRANCISCO p m EL PASO OTTAWA pm DETROIT 541 p CHICAGO pm ore shot ST LOUIS 442p m e OS ANGELES County Polk Linn 4638657 3388 Black Hawk 3495653 2854 Scott 3820178 3208 Woodbury 3399164 3152 Pottawattamie 1705980 2053 Dubuque 2197240 2745 Clinton 1344312 2442 Johnson 1254770 2338 Cerro Gordo 1611419 3230 Story 1124874 2280 Webster 1453629 3040 Wapello 1176737 2551 Des Moines 1304060 2924 Lee 1034747 2341 Marshall 1098350 2892 In total taxes paid to the state Cerro Gordo is eighth al though it is 10th in population In payments by the state back to the counties it ranks 13th Contributions paid to the state Include corporation income tax cigarette tax insurance pre mium tax inheritance tax state liquor store profits motor ve hide license fees motor vehicle fuel tax sales tax use tax in dividual income tax barrel tax on beer and miscellaneous fees taxes and receipts Paymentsby the state back to the counties include general supplemental t r a n sportation and miscellaneous school aid agricultural land credits sec ondary road use fund cities road use tax fund farmtomar ket road fundcounty fair aid homestead tax credits public welfare benefits old age assist ance aid to dependent children aid to local welfare ad ministrative expenses military service tax credits and cities share of liquor store prof its x Here is the commissions re port on contributions to and pay ments from the state CO CINCINNATI p m ATLANTA pm FT WORTH pm TOTAL DARKNESS The path of total dark ness of the eclipse due in North America runs from Japan across the Pacific to a point just north of Anchorage Alaska then across Canada and out to sea again exiting near Bar Harbor NEW ORLEANS p MIA MI 09 p Maine The eclipse will begin about 1 hour before and last about 1 hour after the times shown on the map Other areas where the eclipse will be visible and in the correct proportion are d i a gramed on the map to shad ead had Contributed 16415804 County Polk Linn Black Hawk 13217130 Scott 13504068 Woodbury 11608139 Pottawat 7557009 8332191 5414323 tamie Dubuque Clinton Johnson Cerro Gordo Story Webster Wapello Des Moines 4699230 Lee 4219288 Marshall 4181329 6839704 5708204 5716891 5191647 5600730 3846747 294315 5040841 2756060 5728951 4694384 5154082 4491216 2871250 2562536 2880458 4464327 2009543 211236 3391661 Police crack ring of garbage lid snaichers AMES MVThe latest juvenile fad in Story County seems to be that of stealing garbage can lids Ames police arrested five boys for the alleged theft o garbage can lids Thursday nigh at Pammel Court on the low State University campus The boys have been ordered to ap pear in juvenile court Monday North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy scattered Friday niflht and Saturday except extreme southeast pert of tone Friday Lews Fri day nifht in the Ms Cooler Setvrday hifhs in the 70s Weather details en page 2 NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE NKWS SERVICE NEW July 20 at least five high speed aircraft will chase a shadow darting across the face of Canada But none will catch it The 50milewide shadow is the wake trailed by total eclipse Because the shadow sweeps across the Earth at 1660 to 2800 mph the airplanes must lose the race However scientists aboard the planes still can expect up to five extra minutes of observation time Astronomical odds indicate that professor Charles H Smiley of Brown University can remain longer in the path of totality than any of his coi leagues For Prof Smiley will do his shadowing in a Lockheed F104 jet fighter one of the fastest in the air force stable Flying at 48000 feet and up to 1200 mph Dr Smiley intends to study two solar features that defy careful examination except during times of total eclipse One is the suns outer corona or shell which consists of faint white streamers that dart out from the solar sphere The other is the eerie zodiacal light the faint glow that extends far into space and apparently is caused by sunlight bouncing off a planetary dust cloud that orbits the sun Standing at the proper point in the moon shadow an earthbound observer could observe the eclipse for up to 100 seconds Dr Smiley bjt con trast may remain inside the shadow for about five minutes as his starfighter plane travels nearly double the speed of sound By staring for more than a second or two even though theres no discomfort spectators are risking permanent eye damage Invisible ultraviolet rays especially harmful to the eyes of children radiate constantly from the sun at all times eclipse or no Experts caution that the phenomenon should not be viewed by the human eye no matter what instruments are used to view through The best of all possible spots to watch the July 20 eclipse is near the Great Slave Lake north of Win nipeg Canada On both coasts of the North American continent two U S airlines are sponsoring somewhat similar adventures Carrying a loadof scientists from New Yorks Hayden planetarium and Bostons Smithsonian As trophysical Observatory an American Airlines 990 Astrojet will race the lunar shadow over Maine Shadow chasing is an old sport with American pilots The airline has flown two earlier expeditions in 1954 over Ontario and in 1959 over Maine Pan American world airways also has tentative plans to divert a jet flight between Seattle and Fair banks Alaska so that those on board can view the eclipse W Martial l Cambridg ROM OCR WIRE SERVICES CAMBRIDGE Mel Martial aw was declared and fully rmed national guard troops ere ordered into action here riday following a wild night of ioting in which six while men ere shot Gov J Millard Tawes issued h e order sending about 400 roops into the Chesapeake Bay ishing town Col Maurice Tawes second in ommand of the guardsmen aid the troops would enforce a trict 9 pm curfew All busi ess establishments were or ered to close at 7 pm None of the six men shot dur ng the series of clashes in a m b r i d g e was critically rvounded Three offduty National Guards Tien were among those shot in he gunfire which broke out after 5 white patrons of a segregated unchroom grabbed and slugged six whites and negroes attempting o stage a sitin demonstration State Police arrested 12 person Negroes and two whites Two Negroes and two whites who were among those attempting the sitin were charged with disor derly conduct As the sitin attempt was made about 200 Negroes watching from across the street ran to the res taurant and police moved in an dispersed the mob In the evening about 300 whites and Negro integrationists marched from the Negro scctio of town to the courthouse sevei blocks away while some 1OOC white hecklers jeered and threu eggs at the demonstrators Police used dogs to keep the whites from following the march ers back into the Negro section State Police fired some tear gas at the white crowd and later ired more in the Negro distric when milling crowds of Negroes defied police orders to disperse Uing on the porch A car sped f the house and fired a shotgun ast at him He was hit but did ot require hospital treatment Outside the Cambridge armory here State Police have main ained a command post during the acial troubles reporters and few were standing outside bout 1 am They heard a volley f shots and saw a car careen around the corner its tires screeching Call a hospital someone in the car moaned as the car pulled up in front of the armory Three National Guardsmen in the car saiti they had been hit by shotgun blasts from a group of men The men part of a local group pressed into duty as truck drivers had relumed to Cam bridge to sightsee n h raps WASHINGTON AP Missis sippi Gov Ross R Rarnett Friday accused President Kennedy and iis brother Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy of sewing the seeds of riate and violence He said that it the civil rights measures they have proposed are enacted the nation could reap bloody harvest Gentlemen he told the Sen ate Commerce Committee if you pass this civil rights legislation you are passing it under th threat of mob action and vio Jence on the part of Negro groups and under various types of in timidation from the executive branch of this government Barneft testified before a crowd hat overflowed the Senates big caucus room He was the first of a group of Southern governors who asked to be heard on the Bryant of Florida is a prospective vitness later in the month Presidents proposed ban on dis crimination in public accommoda ions Gov George C Wallace of Ala The night was the towns most bama is to testify on Monday and Inside The Globe JUNTA RULES Ecuador after revolt Page 3 COMMUNITY chest ad vance solicitors picked Page 6 YW CLASSES keep 250 girls busy Page 8 WORK PROGRESSES on 2nd nine at Highland golf course Page 11 EVERY DAYS the day to be in stjle Fashion news Page 15 dedi WASHINGTON AP Many Americans already are sending gifts and good wishes to Mrs at the White House along with GARNER CHURCH cation set Sunday Page 20 Editorials 4 Nome suggestions too Giffs for Kennedy sweaters and handmade quilts are often included in the daily mail John F Kennedy who is expect ing a third baby in late August Baby booties bibs bonnets loan granted for Garner building notes from many parts of the world A House spokesman says he letters even include offers to iclp take care of the new baby And the mail also brings name suggestions and requests to be godparents Little girls hope it wili be a girl boys vote for a boy GARNER The Community Facilities Administration has in formed Congressman H R Gross of the approval of a 000 senior citizens housing loan Mason City news 74jfor construction of Prairie View Latest markets Home at Garner Society news Clear Lake news 10 Sports news 1M2 Television news 13H Latest fashions IS Comics 6 Classified pages North Iowa news The onestory building wili have 72 efficiency apartments and four onebedroom apart ments It will provide central dining recreation and lounge fa cilities Construction is expected to start in December with comple tion 18 months later Prairie View Home is a private nonprofit corporation N E Brear Garner is the president SAME SPITBALL TEST BOSTON at a childrens hospital here have discovered a way of determin ing whether a patient is getting better Counting the spitballs on the walls and ceiSing The more spitballs the better the patient is progressing Death toll set at 40 in ship sinking BUENOS AIRES Argentina Argentine Maritime Prefecture set the known deathj toll at 40 persons Friday in the fiery wreck of a fogshrouded steamer in the river Plate estu ary south of here The prefecture said four to seven persons were still miss ing but some survivors of the 3500ton Ciudad De Asuncion said there were as many as 30 persons missing s6me of whom may not have been on the pas senger list Rescue ships hampered by the fog picked up 380 survivors and brought them to shore at La Plata 45 miles south of Buenos Aires along with the 40 bodies recovered so far Some letter writers urge Mrs Kennedy to have her new baby born in the White House itself But she and the President on ad vice of physicians already have ruled that out and Mrs Kennedy has a date the last week in Au gust at Walter Reed Army Hos pital here for a Caesarean de livery The House says Mrs Kennedys mail continues to run an average of 300 letters a day About 450 of the letters received since announcement of her preg nancy concern the baby About 100 gifts have been received so violent since racial demonstra tions began about two years ago Gov J Millard Tawes sent Nation al Guard troops into the commun ity June 14 after four straight ights of violence then withdrew tiem Monday amid anuneasy seace Two white men sitting on a porch were wounded Thursday when they got up to investigate some noises Frank D Tavaliero was at home with a friend John Busta 31 when they heard dogs Barking at the side of the house Tavalieros wife said her hus band and Busla went to investi gate and were struck by shotgun jlasts from a car Tavaliero was lit in the shoulder Busta in the race Busta was taken to a bospi al for possible eye surgery Down the street a boy 12 was Gov Donald Russell of South Car olina on Tuesday Gov Farris far The White House said most of the gifts will go to charitable in stitutions A spokesman noted it is White House policy that the First Lady accept only those gifts worth under spokesman for the First Lady said everyone who writes Mrs Kennedy gets an acknowledgemeni from the White House but the an swers may not be from her per sonally Actually Mrs Kennedy only gets to see those letters which her staff think merit her special attention the spokesman said HE BOPPED HER ROME UPI Police ar rested Pasquaie Felicelli Thurs day for bopping his wife with a hammer during an argumen over who was to uSe the bath room first 2 killed by dummy rocket FORT WALTON BEACH Fla An Air Force jet fired a brace of dummy rockets at a crowded control bunker Thursday and one of them zipped through a narrow ob servation slot killing two men and injuring the 14 others in side Those killed were Lt Col Sherman Richard Smith 42 ol Mary Ester Fla an airground operations officer and Capt Mercer R Ferguson 26 of the 428th Tactical Fighter Squadron Cannon AFB Ferguson was the son of Mr and Mrs Clay G Ferguson of Waukegan 111 Sports bulletin LYTHAMST ANNES Eno land La Jolla Calif and New Zea lands Bob Charles finished in a tie for first place in the Brit ish Open eolf championship Friday after Jack Nicklaus Columbus Ohio bogeyedthree of the last four holes They will meet Saturday in a 34 hole playoff for the champion ship Barnclt was about 40 minutes ate for the hearing He and the other Southern governors were called at the request of Sen Slrom Thurmond DSC a vigor ous opponent of the bill to bnn racial discrimination by stores restaurants hotels and other pri vatelyowned establishments serv ing the public The intent of this legislation is to steal away the fundamental rights of a man to own and man age his private property as tie sees fit Barnett testified What we are about to experience in our nation today is tyranny of the mob The governor said that whcii he average citizen finds out xactly what is in the proposed egislation turmoil will really oreak loose in this nation If you think 500000 Negroes marching on Washington is some hing he said pass this legisla ion and youll find out what 100 million angry white Americans vill do Hears complaints of Little Leaguers about insurance DES MOINES of ficials of Little League Baseball units in Iowa testified Friday that they were unable to get charters because they refused to purchase insurance through the national headquarters of the Little League They testified at a hearing be fore state Insurance Commission er William E Timmons He called the hearing to allow the American Casualty Co Reading Pa to show why it should not be ordered to cease and desist from certain acts methods or procedures American Casualty is the ex clusive insurer of Litlle League basebail players in the United States Insurance coverage for Little League players through national headquarters was made manda tory this year for the first time Clarence R o b j s o n of DCS Moines president of the Southeast Polk Little League Maurice Ax mear of Webster president of the QuadCounty Little League in Ke okuk Iowa Mahaska and Powe shiek counties and Charles Knob lauch of Carroll representing the Carroll Jay Cee Little League testified at the hearing Axmear and Robison said their leagues had been chartered with the Little League but the fran chises were rejected this year when they pruchased insurance locally and refused to go through national headquarters at Williams buy insurance through the nation al headquarters The insurance company attempt ed to show that the franchises were rejected through actions tak en by Little League headquarters and not because of decisions in volving American Casualty Dr Creighton Hale of Williams p o r t vice president of Litlle league Baseball Inc testified that the Little League decided ail teams should be insured through the same company to keep costs of premiums down Hale said that all teams in the country were advised of the Little Leagues decision and could re port Pa Knoblauch said the Carroll league applied for a franchise but was denied it when it refused to main affiliated with the League if they wished The Slate Insurance Department called the hearing because it said there is evidence American Casu alty entered into an agreement to commit an act of coercion or intimidation tending to result in unreasonable restraint or monopo ly in the business of insurance in violation of Iowa law Hale said he did not believe young boys would be adversely affected just because they could not play under the name of a Little League if they lost their charter They still would be able to play baseball He testified that in his opinion the insurance procured locally by the three unchartered Iowa Litlle Leagues did not have adequate compensation for dental injuries Total premium paid to Ameri can Usually for Little League in Please turn to page 2   

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