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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Newspaper twpapr 1 CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL in Home Edition MASON CITY IOWA TVISDAY OCTOBfR t ItftJ Crime stermurderer tfbseptr viilachi testifying against a backdrop of ported threats resumed his prime chroqology for tors a l detailed ij XiVBLrel hierarchy Qiiestioiied Senate gatibnsjSubcbmmittee Chairman rMcClellari Valacni five of of the Icrimef syndicate in New York He then ticked off the names of the gangsters New York police inspector John F Shanley jtold the investigatbrs that thV ranking on gang members an uh precedented intelligence gain that should aid the war against crime Valachi was g i ve n added protection ifter the FBI said it received threats against life Chief US Marsnarjames Me iiephone tips were wariaini thatla Ibbmbwould be placed in hea ri n g and that fa miliar arid not very helpful l Thisyis the first1 lime a man has Jjjone the the administration the pro Shanley said He has ranked people with an apt parent authenticity that is hard Shanley jsaidthat 142 picturedon a chart showing the Vitp Genovese to which Valachi said he belonged for 30 years had a total of vf Shanley said that Coca Nostra represented a paitV of Citys crime butby no meansall of largest metropolis He said the two main sources of underworld income were gambling and shylocking loanshark1 activity These ac tivities sometimes pave the way for gang leaders to get control over legitimate business Shan ley He explained that racketeers often made loans at extremely high interest rates to business with poor credit ratings who needed rnoney in a hurry Then he said the syndicate leaders sometimes took over shares of a firm if the owner de faulted on the underthetable loans Bookies often were vic tims of shylocking he added because they sometimes need thousands of dollars to pay off winners if bets were not hedged MIAMI UPI Flora crossed Tuesday time heading for ie Bahamas amileaying a trail devastated by the Avas stUl packing winds5bf 75 miles hour when iti moved into the Atlantic Tuesday Ah estimated 2000 been arid Haitian feared the deathftoll climb past w h e n communications werefinally restored t vicious Haitis jurigled southerBpjenirisula Thursdaybut was onlyMonday that thfe f till ixtent of the death arid destruc tion began breach the Outside wordsof Kichard Patter F Pattersoni childrenL The HAMPTON 4j irl who lay months an accident spoke MondayIfprthe irst time since the hiishap Doctors now give Carol Krell 16 daughter of Mr1and Mrs Ken neth Krell of Hampton a good chance of She was injured July 28 First wspitalized in Mason City she was to Bocnester iJinh where doctbrsA had little for her She then takentb a hospital ait Hamp weeks ago writ answers to questions and tfpnday spoke for the first time hospital for further reatment and rehabilitation Carol wasin a car driven by the night of Under questioning Shanley said various lieutenants in the Genovese organization r a n policy rackets floating dice gamjss gambling narcotics shylocking and other criminal activities Discussing the late Charles Lucky Luciano Shanley said his power was so great even in Europe he could exercise it following his deportation from the United States North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly fair through Wednes day except occasional cloudi ness with chance of isolated south wott Tuesday evenmej Not so coo Tuesday night lows in upper 40s Wednesday 5 her and Ramona Schumacher home aft er work at the Akyt Driveui at Hampton n May lost control of the car on a blacktop road 2V6 miles northeast of Hampton It rolled oer several times ini the ditch All three were hospitalised May and Miss Schumacher were less seriously injured BUNDY DEAD BOSTON ft Harvey Hollis ter Bundy 75 attorney and father of McGeorge Bundy presidential adviser died Mon day JlAiY VISITS Kennedy wife of i is shown 1 with her sisterPrincess Lee during visit on of the famous of Knpssos near Iraklion Crpte The First rLadys party arrived at Iraklion aboard the luxury yacht Christina Report wheat toll at 4 Anbther pass over Castro Cuban premier Fidel Castro and 16 aidesswam the swollen Rio ja River hi in eastera Cubi itb r setup dis aster relief i Ha vana pressdispatches reported Castro reported wearing steelhelmetf instead of his Bureau warned the storm is step up death the u assistance on v v WaP 8C persons killed ih Mayr Cubas roast near tHesppt where theihurricarieire eJQtered the AJHantic unidentifiedradjLoman ire i hoarsefivoice lliat v Sv of thecity vwas coyered flood waters and thessituation of this city is desperate MASON CITY Oppose parallel with 69 Mason Cityans voice opinion By ROBERT HJ SPIEGEL GlobeGazette Editor A1VIES A sixnieniber delegation from Mason City presented its proposal for an alternate Interstate 35 route through North Iowa to the Iowa State Highway Commission here Tuesday afternoon The proposal was riot tied to any single diagonal from the tentative route along Highway 69 to the Mason CityClear Lake areav the Mason City Committee for Interstate 35 of fered three diagonals See Thomas E Jolas committee chairman called attention to the fact ttiat the tentative High way 69 route is 65 miles from Another story photo on page 3 D m SU0GESTED IJIAGONALSlShowii is the proposed route ofj Interstate 35 toAlbert Lea paralleling High suggested l any one of if Tjon it t JVv iT 65 miles Diagonal 66 mHes Diagonal 64 5 miles Diagonal 66vmiles Highway 3 in Iowa to the con trol point near Albert Leaj Minn Then he gave corresponding mileage figures for the three diagonals which the Mason City group believes merit study by highway commission starting near fes help neighbors Mason City airport then go ing almost directly north to 66 miles This is Diagonal A on the of quota There is iangerjof an since up and othersvfloating the waters could set offiaiifepidemic Anotherradio inter jpted the s n g Comarade rernemberyour or ybiir orders to an order crohi the Communist govern ment not to give information on casualties At least 21other victims of he hurricane had been reported rom Cuba including two U S sailors in flood waters that swept over a corner of the GuantanamoNaval Base BULLETIN Nearly20 per cent of the quota racked up Monday on the reporting day ofthe current Community Chest drive The Chest office reported either turned in Monday or dur ing the advance solicitations for the drive WASHINGTONCAP Agreenouncement Wednesday afternoon ment was reported near The Kennedy adrhinistratibn has for a sale of some million worth of US wheat to the Soviet Union It was understood that Presi dent Kennedy may make an holding up a decision on whether to approve a Mrs Nhu seeks better VietljSunderstanding lady Viet Nam has ar rived in the United Sates to try to understand why wV cant get along better Mrs Nhu accompanied by one wa the Viet Nam government v I would betray the Viet Nam gov ernment if I were power hungry Mrs Nhu is prepared to defend her familys administration of pending a sounding of Congres sional sentiment and inquiries as Jto how firm the Russian offer is The Sovietswere said to have confirmed through diplomatic channels the interests Russian buyers have shown in trade cir cles buying the grain The exact terms offered by the Sovietswere not disclosed There were indications that a US loan would not be involved except per haps very short term credit com mon hi commercial transactions hildren South VietNamT wherelBuddhiste charged they are wild airport Monday night for a threeweek American1 speaking tour The 38yearold Mrs Nhu de nied an assertion by her father former ambassador to the US Tran Van Chuong that she powerhungry If Im power hungry a ruthless government persecu tion Mrs Nhirsaid at Idle wild she hopes tosee her father but I dont know when Before leaving is Paris she told airport interview icrs I do not see him it will shelbc because he does not want ft SAMI DATE1H2441 fefirtMM floret MI Trmffte M WASHINGTON House Tuesday approved No letdown spend inj largest in peacetime history The mea sure would provide bit lien to keep America in fight ing trim Inside The Globe DRYS WIN again this time in Madison County Page 2 DETAILED story on Inter state 35 proposals Page 3 CITY IS GIVEN 59 more k acres for park land Page 16 Editorials 4 Society News Sports 1314 Mason City News T417 Clear Lake News U Farm News Transit timetable The only division over the top is the schools division with total contributions of Four additional firms have made their quotasaccording to Chest officials They are Wal lace and Holland Inc the state office of the American Cancer Society Westfall Laird and Burington arid Northwestern Dis tributing Co Block workers and many other volunteers are busy trying to get pledges and contributions to make sure that Mason City will reach its goal of Residents who did not receive pledgeenvelopes distributed by the Boy Scouts on Saturday were contacted Monday by the Scouts The envelopes will be picked up later by block workers Mason Cityans who wish to contribute may mail their enve lopes to the Chest office at 9Vfc State or maystop by to pick up an envelope if they havent received one billion economy WASHINGTON gov ernments top economist predict ed Tuesday that the national econ omy will hit the billion level for the first time early next year bring more benefits to con sumers The forecast came from Dr Walter W Heller chairman of President Kennedys Council of Economic Advisers in connection with the submission of the first report to Kennedy of the Consum er advisory Council The consumer council among other things recommended im mediate and positive to bar racial discrimination against customers of hotels stores thea ters restaurants and other busi nesses It said a larger tax cut may be required for small tax payers It called for truth in pack aging and lending Kennedy created the consumer council in July of last year under the chairmanship of Dr Helen G Canoyer dean of home economics at Cornell University to give consumers a stronger voice in government in an advisory ca pacity Since the council was set up under the wing of the Council of Economic Advisers Heller was asked about improvement of the consumers position He said that of course it was impioved Money raised in the campaign will go to finance programs of the seven members agencies of the Community Chest They are F a m i I y Service Inc Boy Scouts Girl Scouts Public Health Nursing the Salvation Army Boys Division of the YMCA and the Girls Division of the YWCA Chest officials emphasized that workers should turn in money often so that current totals would be as accurate as possible diagonal starting fust south of i Goodell would join the northsouth line north of Swaledafe Estimated mileage is of any route including the Highway 69 cor ridor that has a diagonal curv ing northeastward from Lake Mills to Albert Lea Diag on the 3 A diagonal from near Belmond would pass just south of Meservey and Thornton then join the northsouth line near Swaledaie Estimated length would be 66 miles Diagonal C on the This proposal an wers the chief objection to ther proposed alternates by orresponding in length to the Highway 69 route L M Clauson chief engineer the highway commission aid last June that the Highway 3 route was selected over tha ince discarded corridor paral eling Highway 65 primarily be ause of its shorter mileage Clauson said extra mileage means additional driving costs Jolas and five other speakers ad statistical information and ther material to support the Vlason City alternate They concentrated heavily on tatutory requirements of ederal act creating the Nation l System of Interstate and De fense Highways and the fulfill ment of these requirements by the Mason City route This act requires that 1 Local needs shall be giv en consideration with the needs of interstate com merce 2 It is in the national inter est ttTencourage and promote the development of transpor tation systems that will serve the states and local commu nities efficiently and effective ly 3 It shall consider the eco nomic effects of the ptoposed project 4 The interstate system shall so located as to con nect by routes as direct as practicable the principal met ropolitan areas cities and in dustrial centers to serve the national defense In this connection it was noted that the Mason City route would take the interstate high INTlRSTATf turn 2   

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