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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil ID team of US Peace Corps octors nurses and firefighting xperts flew to the southern tate of Parana Saturday to help iattle fires raging through tin HANDINGJOHNSON A WELCOME that re finhedi President Lyndon B Johnson their welcome the atmosphere has his hands full being greeted by a on a riot Police were forced to step in crowd m Helsinki Johnson is in the arid quell the unruly biit goodnatured Finnish capital as part of a Scanclma crowds v viantour The crowds were so enthusi Report Krebiozen worthless for cancer WASHINGTON The Welfare anhouifcejl Saturday that thefControversial drug Krebiozen haifrbeeri identi fied as aainBxpensrVe cbemical which it saidfias been found to be Ineffective iriXtreabnentof the drug gave to aFoodarid Administration inspector on J 12 shbwear ine numan produce as a statement1 at an unusual SatmucVas the amount urday news conference called to of creatineasthe alleged content achemical named Creatine an amioo acid plentifully available meat in the jregular diet the depart ment said i The announcement WM made in Qtftfrfb meat in the ordinary diet and is a normal constituent of the hu man bodyj the statement said It is readily available aj an inexpensive laboratory chemical J Creatine is in muscle tissue and in blood in lesser amounts Pollution study group planned x MOINES ffl Gov Harold Hughes an nounced Saturday he will Appoint a special subcommit tee to study theprpblem of pollutionin Iowa I think it is time took hard Ibolc a e pollution situation in T L 1 1 very high dosesj The government had said last month in a action in Chi cago that the cost ofproducing an ampule of Krebiozen was about 8 cents rather than ttie price it said has been esti mated by the developers Sponsors have said that users of the drug rather than buying ithave made such contributions as theycan afford to the Krebio zen Research Folindation The announcement said lab oratory studies are continuing to determine how much if any 01 the creatine can be dissolved in mineral oil the form in which the sponsors have said they supply the on optimistic note in NY NEW YORK UPI gency talks broke off Saturday in an attemptto avert5a by teachers on Monday when classes start here for one mil lion pupils The discussions between a threeman mediation panel and officials of the CityBoard of andthe United Fed eration of Teadiers UFT end ed on a note of optimism and were scheduled to resume later in the afternoon Simon H Rifkind a former Federal District court judge and one of the mediators said prog ress had been made in the meet ing and that a settlement of the dispute could be reached Mayor Robert F Wagner ap Iowas lakes and Hughessaid noted that pollutibh were en acted 15 years ago and since that time the state has more industries with waste disposal problems more use of pesti cides more inadequate sewage treatment and1 more persons living in urban areas The subcommittee wilf work with Governors Public Health Advisory Committee ap pouited recently i Hughes cited the recent flare up of a dispute between Water loo and CedarRapids over lution of the Cedar River He said the states laws may need updating or the agencies which enforce them m a y be under staffed and underpaid or lax in their enforcement The comervation of our nat ural resources is important not only because the preservation of beauty is also because outdoor recreation Gross to object to pay raise WASHINGTON H R Gross RIowa says he will the House Monday to look drug Krebiozen and how much if thorugMy into a Senate passed any is in the ampules which bil1 raising salaries of top level FDA has obtained ayor oer agner pointed the panel and said its ls to become more and ecommenains ul more vltto social sUbility recommendations would be non binding but mostpersuasive to concerned A teachers be avoided he said Official bargainers for the citys 43000 s c h o 6 I teachers threatened to call the walkout to enforce its contract demands North Iowa Weather outlook Clear and cooler Saturday with In the upper to lower Parrty cloudy Sun day with or thunder likely warmer Sunday in me detailsen stability of our stateand our nation in the years to said noting that pollutionkills wildlife and prevents use of wa ter for aquatic sports wfell as endangering health and proper ty of residents Rail arbitration board to meet WASHINGTON UPI The sevenmember board to arbi the two major issues in the railroad work rules dispute will meet next week Ralph T Seward chairman met with Labor Secretary W Willard JWirtz and rail union and management official Fri day produce the Na It was AI found to be ineffective even i very high doses z i I aid s in Brazil an I i g h t rest fire on der dry pine forests At least 250 persons are estimated to have perished and 300000 others lost their homes according to reports reaching here The US embassysaid US Navy ships participating in maneuvers would be diverted to the Parana port of Paranagua with medical supplies and other equipment The Peace team Curitiba reported that about headed by US embassy coun selor Gordon Mein The team carried medical supplies and blood plasma Officials in the state capital The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors GLOBEGAZETTE HOME COITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 papg consists of Two SecUonsSecOon International FuH Leaw Wtrei Associated Press and United Press No 181 Unprecedented double win queens ATIJANTIC CITY NJ Beauties jfromAlabama and the District of Columbia held an un precedented double victory in the talent swimsuit r competition Saturday America J pageanfentered its final stage Both Judy Short of s Alabama and Rosanne Tuellerof the Dis trict of Columbia took top honors in the swimsuit and talent com petitions ended Friday night 18 ia blonde from Bu minghamt played violin ar rangement on the marimba to capturefirst honors tin talent division Judy si Birmingham SoufKern College freshmanwhose won votes ui the Miss District of yearpIdjBrigham Young Univer sity junior with1 measurements of captured swimsuit hon ors Friday night Rosanne who lives inMeLean Vat won the talent competition Thursday night with a jazzy FrencH interpretive dance Love Paris Never hi the 37year history of the pageant had two contestants won both and swimsuit competitions in the preliminary roundsalthough there have been many times when one girl won both titles The last t double winner Was NancyFleming of Michigan who became Miss America of 1961 Whining preliminary events does riotnecessarily mean a con testant will become Miss Ameri ca nor doesitguarantee a place Jn the semifinals Points rwere earned by thecon testants swimsuU talent and j eyeinggown competition during thepasjtthreehights Those points Will be used by 11 judges to select the 10 semifinalists for tonights i r Results of the evening gown competition have been kept secret have names of thetgirls who i finished second third fourth and fifth in all the categories Points also were awarded for personality and poise during breakfast meetings with the judg es When all the points are totaled Saturday night 10 semifinalists will remain from the 52 contest ants representing all the states the District of Columbia and New York City All previous points earned will be discarded and the semifinalists will compete again in the swim suit evening gown and talent di visions judges will select five final ists one of whom will succeed lovely Jacqueline Mayer of San dusky Ohio v girls will walk thelOOfo lOOfoot conventidn tothestrinJ There She Goes Miss America into a Cinderella world worth a scholarship and an esti v mated personal appear ance contract civil service employes to level a year starting next year Grosssaid the bill would give about 150 employes pay raises of a year He added This is either sloppy legisla tion or the effort of someone to give some fat pay increases to some friends Sen John J Williams RDel who called the Iowa senators at tention to the bill said he didnt know how this figure got through the Senate Gross said the figure went beyond the suggestion of the Kennedy administration for a Wallace caught T in legal battle 00 persons have been injured the fires A US spokesman said fire ghting experts from the United tates also would fly to Parana hey will include Nerly Lau jem head of the fire control division of the US Department Agriculture Parana if Brazils most Im ortant coffeeproducing state Gov Ney Braga who appealed or outside assistance said the tuation in the droughtplagued tate was much worse than ou can imagine Fortynine bodies have been ecovered and the death toll robably will go much higher ol Italu Cortes director of the irefighters reported from Curi tiba the state capital 200 miles outlpestofoSao Paulo Many communities in the path fythe flames are inremote reas and some settlements re accessible only by air Fire Ighters were hampered further 30miIeanhour winds Cortes sard one fire was fought under control outside tfonte Alegrev Brazils major aperrinariufacturing center but He city of about 30000 still was in danger Cortes said it appeared that nly a xain could quell the fires He said the state has iad no soaking rain for eight months In addition to coffee planta tions and vast lumber resour es the subtropical state bor lering Argentina and Paraguay las many rich farms developed by Italian German and Slav mmigrants Cement BIRMINGHAM Ala AP Gov George Wallace was caught Saturday in a new legal crossfire over the closing of Alabama schools facing desegregation Resentment and criticism of Wallaces actions mounted while he kept secret any plans for con 6 left Darne11 children are Barbara 5 second irom Jeit o leii enrolled oaturaay in an allNegro school Mirmie S anH rhristftnViPr 9 A motner vvimarn uarneii d4 thought that Darnell is a inerhanic Thp frimiixr was where they were Supposed to go The other Darnell is a mechanic The family lives in a four room house which rente for a week tinuing the long fight against federal court orders Wallace ran into these rapidfire legal developments Friday federal judge ordered the governor toshow why he should not be restrained from interferhig with Birmingham schools filed suit for an order restraining Wallace from blocking desegregation of four Huntsville schools where state troopers en forced a Wallace closing order Friday federal court hearing was set on a motion by Negro attor neys to force the school board here to reopen the schools which are scheduled to accept five Negroes First of the court fights is set for Monday when US Dist Judge H H Grooms will consider the request for a restraining order against Wallace Attorneys for 6yearold Sonny Hereford Huntsville Negro asked Grooms to prohibit Wallace from barring the boy from a white school Young Hereford arid three other Negroes along with 2000 white pupils were turned away from the schools ordered shut down for one day by Wallace A Wednesday hearing was set by US Dist Judge Seybourn H Lynne on a move for an injunction against the Birmingham school board Negro attorneys asked that the board be ordered to reopen three schools closed after vio lence here Wednesday night in which one person was killed and 20 hurt Two Negro boys enrolled at a Birmingham elementary school but have not attended any classes Three other Negroes are to enter two white high schools Attorneys for the Negro boys Dwight and Floyd Armstrong asked Lynne to issue the show cause order to Wallace Lynne set a Thursday hearing SCHUMAN METZ France UPI Ex Premier Robert Schuman fad ing founder of European unifi cation was buried Saturday 106 of toeUnited CementLime and Gypsum Workers Union has voted to the contract negotiated in Philadelphia with thefLehigft Portland Cement Co Although there are several issues members lof this local are not in favor of they voted to go along with the twoyear agreement with the exception of A the grievance procedure which 1 1964 and the pension plan which is three year plan the union an nounced Saturday Expiration date of the con tract is May 1 1965 Insjde The Globe TREAtT STILL target of some Senators Page U S TO in Eu rope Page 3 RELIGIOUS census set Sunday in Mason City Page 4 COUNTY SCHOOL board member to be chosen Monday Page 13 Church 4 Society i Clear Lake news 7 Sports hews 900 Latest markets 12 Mason City news 1213 Comics 14 15 Transit timetable 16 Classified pages 1617 North Iowa news 18 FRAWLEY HATRACK ST LOUIS Mo ard Maney 10 received Friday a plaster bust of TV actor Wil liam Frawley The boy who won it in a contest wrote he wanted it because he had no place to hang his baseball can N SAME Safety la n   

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