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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Tlit H pop hot mokes oil North lowons neighbors Nortklowa Doily Newspaper CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL It Auaeiatcd ud UniUO PTCM letcnuikMuU rutl LeiM MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST N 1H3 ilte Pcpcr CeMliti ot No Ut Hughes rakes Iowa capital secrecy DES MOINES Har old Hughes Saturday accused the Iowa Legislature of the greatest abuse of secrecy in our state gov ernment He said that secrecy in the General Assembly has been developed into a tradition Hughes criticized the power of the legislature to kill legislation and reject appointments in secret committee meetings The Iowa Senate handles ap pointments in closed session Reg ular Senate committee meetings are open to the press and public but those in the Iowa House art DOt Of the secret committee meet ings Hughes commented A citizen cannot make a ra tional choice in an election unless he knows how his legislator stands on the issues and how he has voted And he cannot know these things if legislative business is done in secret The secret confirmation of ap pointments has been dead in the United States Senate for almost 40 years In Iowa it lingers on completely out of place in a modern democratic society Attacks are made in these ses sions that the appointee cannot answer Hughes said No sena tor is forced to account to the pub lic for his vote against an ap pointee Qualified men of un questionable honesty are turned down by the Iowa Senate at al most every session and no one ever knows by whom or why Hughes recalled his opposition during last years campaign to the Iowa Highway Commission prac tice of holding secret meetings and noted that the commission no longer holds such sessions Recalling the controversy over news management in Washington Hughes said that temporary with holding of information sometimes can be justified on the grounds of national security but such consid erations did not apply in state government Secrecy in government will come to ah end when the force of public opinion is brought against it Hughes said It will end when the people of Iowa get mad enough to do something about it Lab or opposes ra il bill NO CAN Rodriguez 6 of New York stoically bears the dis comfort as police officers William Quig ley left and Frank ODwyer study his predicament They finally had to use steel shears to cut the beer can off his arm Housewives OK truce in street fight with VIPs IOWA CITY armistice prevailed Saturday in the battle of the dust on Syca more Street between irate housewives and the city streets department r Dusty gravel Sycamore the only access in the area to the U S Highway 6 bypass was barricaded by the housewives Friday with every sort of obstacle they could find A leader of the group Mrs Duane Hime said the of dustfrom the homes and creating a health hazard for their chil dren V After the wives barricaded the street rwith cement blocks bicycles sawhorses rubbish cans garbage cans and anything else at hand City Manager Garsteri Leikvold was sympathetic but firm Leikvold said the city would not tolerate the blocking of a city street and ordered the women to remove the barricade But he sent put a watertruck to soak the street a temporary move to settle the dust Sycamore Street runs tiehihd homes in a new residential district in the southeast part of the city and is vehicles from the Proctor Gamble a n d fOwen Brush plants for access to the U S 6 bypass The city manager said the the citys 1964 improvement program r But the housewives wanted it oiled this year By evening the barricade had been re moved and the dust had settled Rights rally held at Davenport DAVENPORT WV About 1 500 persons of mixed races at tended a civil rights rally here Friday night i tofocus attention on problems in the Quad Cities and the nation i Some ioO persons marched through part Dav enport to start the twohour ral ly at LeClaire Park Mel Eettis of Rock Island 111 representing the National Association for the Advance ment of People said the biggest problem r in the Quad Cities is to find adequate hous ing for Negroes Real estate salesmen lending institutions and public adminis trators have not helped he said Accomplishments have made in combating discrimina tion but we vare riot satisfied with the progressthat has been made said Pettis a member of the Quad Cities Council on Civil Rights We must step up the pace he added The Rt Rev Msgr J D Con way of Davenport told the gath ering that discrimination in the North is a little little more hidden and a little more genteel reaming of escape hole for trapped men HAZLETON Pa The 12inch escape hole tp two of the three trapped miners was enlarged to 26 inches for 30 feet Saturday The giant drilling rig was halted then briefly while a 30foot extension bit was Chances appear cloudy Union chiefs shake heads WASHINGTON AP Pros pects for congressional action in time to prevent a nationwide rail strike were cloudy Saturday A bill providing for binding arbi tration of the dispute over mass job cuts promptly ran into opp osition from labor The bill approved by the Senate Commerce Committee Friday was denounced by the presidents of the five operating unions in volved in the fouryearold work rules dispute as compulsory ar bitration and in violation of all tenets of free collective bargain ing fer said they would have no immedi ate Comment The bill would set up a seven man board composed of two rep resentatives each from the rail roads and the unions and three from the public to settle the dis pute within six months in the ab sence of a negotiated agreement The bill is to be brought up in the Senate on Monday The House is awaiting Senate action before moving on the bill Congress is up against a dead line of one minute after midnight Wednesday This is the time the railroads have announced they will put the new jobcutting work rules into action the un ions have said will mean an im mediate strike 1 Sen John O who conducted DRI the commerce Whenthe drill reaches a level around 45 feet it will be stopped again as planned in advance while ex perts decide whether to go the rest of the way witha 24inch drill or finish with a 17inch The best estimates of those in charge of the rescue work was that it would be early Sun day there are no Henry Throne 28 and David Fellin 58 can be brought the 331 feet to the sur face They and Louis Rove 42 have been trapped for 12 THAT KENNEDY KISS Little John F Kennedy Jr has a leg kicking kiss for his Daddy President Kennedy on his arrival here The President arrived PhotoCax for the weekend at his rented home on Squaw Island in Hyannis Port Little John came from their sum mer home by helicopter to await his father a caven at 9 13 Bova last reported heard from on Tuesday is separated from the others by about 25 feet of debris A fourinch hole is being drilled in his direction simultan eously with the enlargement of the escape hole with rescue crews before the drilling started this morning but after that were mainly si lent They are linked to the sur face also by way of a sixinch lifeline hole completed Sunday through which food andsupplies have been lowered Students call strikes in South Viet Nam SAIGON South Viet Nam Uft Vietnamese students acted Saturday to spearhead a grow committees hearings on the dis pute said he still hoped the rail roads and the unions would re solve their differences without con gressional action This seems un likely Negotiations ended in a deadlock Wednesday If no agreement is reached and Congress is in the process of pass ng the bill Pastore said he hoped he railroads would delay the post ing of the new rules for a few days Under the Senate may OK aid slash OUT OF JAIL CHICAGO Dick Gregory who spent 12 days in jail because he refused to sign his name to a recognizance bond on a disorderly charge Aug 12 was released Friday by Municipal Court Judge Ben Schwartz North Iowa Weather outlook Cteudy threufh Saturday night with elewdiness deereas Int Sunday Oceasienel drii tie er rate threufh Sat urday Ceetar centinwd ceo Sunday Low Saturday wopor NOTE OF HUMOR SHEPPTON Pa VJjPI When rescue workerv asked Da v i d Fell m one of the trapped miners whether he more feed he replied We have food and supplies down here to open a center But I dont think eur lecatien weiild be toe 90od bill the arbitration tward would be required to begin bearings within 30 days on the two chief issues in dispute and make a decision within 60 days there after Inside The Globe WASHINGTON Senate Republican leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois predicted Sat urday the Senate may sustain a foreign aid cut voted by the House a slash President Kennedy called shortsighted irresponsible an d dangerously partisan Kennedy spoke out grimly at a special White House news confer ence Friday shortly after a coali tion of House Republicans anc conservative Democrats rolled up a 222188 vote to slice that amount out of what had been a authorization measure ing protest move against Presi dent Ngo Dinh Diems regime now functioning on a strongly military basis With most Buddhist leaders under arrest the students took over leadership of the antigov ernment campaign Theycalled for a general student strike in the Capital and backed up the call with two demonstrations at Saigon University The House then quickly passed he bill on a 224186 vote and sent t tothe Senate with a ceiling This was billion short of the amount Kennedy requested Asserting that House Republi cans had abandoned bipartisan ship Kennedy appealed to both parties in the Senate to boost the authorization so that the House will have a chance to reconsider its irresponsible unwarranted and unwise action when it is of fered a compromise Dirksen said in an interview the temper of the country is such that he thinks the Senate may sustain he cut The overriding thing behind he Houses action is that we have jeen giving assistance of some cind for 19 years at an invest ment of more than billion and the country is getting fed up on foreign aid the Illinois senator said The countryis vocal on this matter and when it is coupled with reckless federal spending it is doubly vocal Members of Con gress have been hearing from their people The committee already has to tower Tfs Weather details en Paoe 2 The 24inch drill is driven by metal shafts each 30feet long Aftsr the drill goes the 30 feet it is halted while a new exten sion is screwed in This takes about 20 to 30 minutes The first M feet of the shaft are mainly clay and loose rock the next 173 feet sand which breaks up into sand as the hole is bored The remainder o the distance is rock and coal Trucker pays fine of SIOUX CITY m A truck driver for a Minnesota company has paid a fine of for driving an overweight vehicle on Iowa highways The fine was paid Friday by E Cook of LipanTex through His truck was registered to the iRiver Construction Co of North VIET NAM AID from U S to continue Page 2 PEP PILLS plant the deadly seeds of addiction Page 3 365 PIRATES find buried treasure Page 13 Editorials4 Clear Lake news Masen City newst9 Latest markets9 13 Classified paoes IIIf To vote for addition at Alta Vista NEW At the New Hampton Community School Dis trict election Sept 9 voters will answer the following prop osilion Shall the board of di rectors of the New Hampton Community School District be authorized to expend from the school house fund the sum of for the purpose of con structing an addition to the Al Air Force still seeking copilot of crashed jet voted to reduce by million Cennedys request Sen Wayne Morse DOre has demanded reconsideration of these cuts in an effort to make a 25 per cont overall reduction Kennedy blamed the Repub leans for the House action Noting rie had supported foreign aid as a senator duringthe Republican ad ministration of Dxvight D Eisen hower he said This year is the first time that the leadership of one party led theattack on il Republican House leader Charles A Halleck of Indiana and other GOP chieftains supported the cut On the roll call 66 Dem ocrats and 156 Republicans wielded the ax On the losing were 172 Democrats and 16 Re publicans Kennedys original foreign aid authorization request was bil OMAHA Force offi cials said Friday the ejection seat and parachute buckles of Capt Leonard A Theis have been found in the wreckage of the B47 jet bomber of which he was copilot But they theorized Theis may have been sucked out of the plane by decompression prior to the crash TOT DIES Fellin and Throne consultedfield Minn BIRMINGHAM Ala Clarence Doss 4 burned to death in a parked car Friday Authorities said the fire gutted the car as the youngsters uncle EL Ingersoll was mak ing a bank deposit M ta Vista attendance center at Alta Vista This addition does not call for a bond issue or levy of a special tax Money for the proposed addition is available for the pur pose Glen Gray dies at 63 PLYMOUTH Mass leader Glen Gray whose pop ular Casa Lorn a orchestra en Plans are for a multipurposetertained two generations o room to be connected with the dancing Americans died Fnda basement of the present school I at Jordan Hospital He was 63 Two other crewmen died and iree survived the collision and rash of two B47s near Irwin owa Monday Hundreds of volun eers have been combining the Countryside since for some trace f Theis missing since the crash Offutt Air Force Base spokes men said Theis at the lime of the accident may have had his para chute and seat straps unbuckled while performing duties that re quire freedom of movement When the collision occurred the pilot would have ictisoned the planes canopy This would have caused immediate and rapid de compression If Theis was pulled from the aircraft by this decompression he could have landed a considerable distance from the wreckage the spokesmen said lion He trimmed the figure to billion after reductions wero suggested by a presidential ad visory committee headed by tired Gen Lucius D Clay The House Foreign Affairs Com pared the authorization to billion   

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