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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Tfct Doily Newspaper latfted fe that me Ices alt Morth I o wans Home Edition VOL Ift3 MASON IOWA WIDNiSDAY 1H3 ftt Four No Inte Mac taken to hospital England The of British Prime MinisterHajpld Macmillan cast gloom and con fusion over hV Conservative par ty Wednesday it gathered for its last annual conference before the generayelection next year With no warning the 69year old prime minister was taken to a London hospital Tuesday night for removal of a prostate obstruc tion to his bladder His doctor said he probably would be operat ed on be would not be fully active for at least two or three months The immediate reactton in politi cal circles was that Macmillan after fending1 off demands for his resignation produced by the Pro fumot scandal must at last sur render the partys reins An official announcement said Deputy Prime Minister Richard A Butler 61 would take charge of the government while Macmillan was r s But Mime observers thought he might recover and stilTJtead the Conservatives in elec tion battle JUrtte opposition La HAROtD MACMILLAN ward asion on the leadership question would be made until the outcome of the operation on Macmillan was known The physieUnr Sir John Richardson said Mac millan had been suffering froma prostate obstruction a common ailment in men of his age for somemonths He Reportedly had given no hint of his illness even to his Cabinet Petitions filed for liquor vote in Hancock County Osage boys pfcad guilty i tq vandalism 7 college sopho mores pleaded guilty in district court here Tuesday charges of malicious destruction oLprop erty 1 Barnes son ofitfr and Mrs Robert Woolm Osage is asophomore at St Thomas College St Paul Richard W Wilkes 18 son of Mr and Mrs Robert F Wilkes Osage at Hancock County Auditor Ar thur A Ross Tuesday request ing Special election to deter mine whether the people of The two were brought before Judge L E Plummet ofNorth wood on a cotmty attorneys In formation required Auditor Ross said the Board Supervisors will be in 565 The petitions will to the board at sion Monday be presented that time N HanVpton firm get contract for f AltaVista school Hampton board of education Tuesday night awarded the contract for an addition to Alta Vista School toH F Tank Construction Com pany New Hampton Tank said work would begin Monday on the multipurpose room which is expected to cost Combine burned in flash fire A flash fird destroyed a combine Tuesday at the Wayne Hanson farm a mile south of here Hanson and his brother Craig were combining beans and had started to unload the filled hopper when some chaff on the manifold suddenly ignited Trie Volunteer Fire Department arrived at the scene too late to save the ma chine North Iowa Weather outlook Fair Wednesday night In the Fafr Thursday highs in upper 70s WMther details en Page 2 The charges grew out of de structionto car headlights and windows in Osage and St Ans gar Aug 28 Damage has been estimated at Judge Plummer fixed Oct 28 as the date for sentencing DOO MEAT OUT BONN Germany Butchering of dogs and cats and the sale of their flesh would be made illegal under a law pro posed by the government Tues day 3 5 ruling within 30 day ff May OK wheat contract JFK to make announcement WASHINGTON AP There were signs that President Ken nedy may break his sitence Wed nesday on a USSoviet wheat deal which is rumored in some quarters to be almost signed sealed and deliveredv One straw in the wind was that the White House changed the time of Wednesdays presiden tiaU news conference to 4 pm two hours later than it had been scheduled The time change strengthened speculation and reports that the President was preparing to an nounce his decision on the pro posed sale of American wheat to the Soviet Union and other Com munistbloc nations But Pierre SalingerKennedys press secretary said he had no information about an announce ment and thatthe time for the lews conference had been de layed because more con venient for the Presidents sched IfKennedy was about to make a decision on a USSoviet wheat teal though a source said he Reports Pros cons heard at By ROBERT H SPIEGEL GlofaeGaxette Editor 4 he tafce Hfcliway Commission ior two hours Tuesday to a proandfcori discus onMaSon Citys proposed rerouting of Interstate 30 dJ s n ifc would Teach a decision within Brfdley commission chairman thanked both ddmgt e 10n appearing and stating their case welC bfnefits and highway sufficiency ratings the Photofax m j MASS AGAINST BERBERS A unit Fire at Ventura company Fire of undeter mined origin did an unestimated amount of damage early Wed nesday at thev WoodfordWheel er Lumber Company in Ventura Tbe fire department was was called shortly 3 am The been turned in by passing by Kennedy J Wednesday that the United Safes LVQO tlwk jfc T1 than million worth of wheat to hej Soviet Union and three East European satellites Union was reported to have expressed interest through diplomatic channels in million worth with Hungary Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria bid djng for million more But there were caution signals around Capitol Hill Reports from pipelines there indicated that President Kennedy was carefully examining the poli icalaspects of the situation be pre making a decision Although Sen Hubert H Humph rey assistant Senate Democratic eader predicted the sale with payment in gold would be closed soon other advisers expressed doubt Kennedy would leap 1 into anythingthat might expose him to Republican attacks in the 1964 campaign Kennedywas reported Tuesday ooking about for more expressions of i opinion before making up hfe mind After a White House meeting Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of suggested hat the President would like some from appropri ate congressional committees and farm organizations RITES PENDING Lp S ANGELES neral arrangements were pend ing Wednesday for silent film star Grace Darmond 65 w by portion ofthe yard on ttfnaorth west corner The steelroof over the building is believed to have kept the fire from spreading rapidly 1 of U Neighbors helping neigltbors t v manager f tne due to snjokeydaniage through out the buildings therewas no estimate online actual loss The dumber which burned was lo cated in thes1 northwest corner addition which was also badly damaged by fire No cause of fire was listed ut further investigation will be made said Connell A lumber truck parked in the building received smoke dam age Firemen stayed on the scene for several hours Intfde The Globe SEND factfind ing group to Viet Nam Page 2 SHAPF HEARS Hughes lash reapportionment plan Page 3 Editorials 4 Society news 8910 Sports newsf 2324 Clear Lake news 2829 out 50 cents and asked that il 34 he given to Pubic Health Nurs ing STRANGE LOVE bar hostess mother tbJdWn vestiBflrnra rtno hart ts1 she went out with About 50 persons attended the informal hearing which had been asked by the Mason City delegation It has asked for a survey of its proposals The full commission was pres Derby Thompson of Burlington Robert C Barry I of Danbury Everett L Shockey SAIGON Viet Nam AP aM John Falb Thirteen USvmilitary men were J missing Wednesday iri Central Viet the Ma Nam after the ctashtof two deleSation a full hour 8 cord which was last issue of iuii JLUIZTlVJ edge andapproval of hce are still seeking a motive oo yearpld Bichard Richards the jeweler whosebadly beaten body was found ina car trunk in Cleveland A little old lady has Chest spirit The on the Community Chests red feather continued to climb as it reached nearly 32 per centTuesday A little old lady vividly illus rated the spirit of giving needed to put the drive over the top of the goal ford as this woman did the worker said r the drive could easilytop the goaL contributionsttotaled the contribu tionsto date up nearly a third of the goal V Employes of four firms added One volunteer worker reported their names jo the eight who inave made their goals They are that she knocked on the an obviously in this household1 But the wonv an went to her desk and took cu sne KnocKea on tne maae ineir goajs They are is door and noticed that thereat Bankers Life Cof Mason City viously was no extra money News Agency Henkel Construe Latest markets Mason City news Transit Classified pages 4243 Narcotics taboo Valacni If all Mason Cityans would give as much as they could afr WASHINGTON AP Joseph Valachi testified Wednesday that the bosses of Cosa Nostra crime syndicate laid down a rule against narcotics trafficking in 1957 but moneyhungry gangsters violated the rule even at the risk of death Under heavy guard as he made his iifth appearance before the Senate investigations subcommit tee Valachi said that mob lead ers in Chicago paid their soldiers a subsidy to lay off handling narcotics A convicted killer and narcotics peddler himself Valachi said he had heard white he was in jail in Atlanta that the weekly pay ments had been raised to But Valachi said that in New York the bosses of the Cosa Nos tra mobs or families didnt make these payments to their sol diers and this caused some grumbling VHe testified that if gang mem bers in Chicago were caught deal ruled drugs out ing in narcotics after jetting the weekly payments to lay off they had no chance at all He said a couple were caught in Chicago and they paid with their lives Asked what the penalty was in the New York family bossed by Vito Genovese in which he was a lowly soldier Valachi said that if they had the evidence on you you were dead But Valachi acknowledged he had broken the rule And he said that so had some of the bosses especially Albert Anastasia He named Genovese now in jail aft er a narcotics conviction as an other boss who violated his own rule Valachi said the rule against trafficking in narcotics was put into effect for Genoveses mob in 1948 but that it did not apply to all the Cosa Nostra families until after Albert Anastasias slayine in 1957 He said the rule was put into effect in Chicago around the same time but he did not make clear whether he was talking about 1948 or 1957 Nor did he ex plain how Anastasia violated a rule that he said didnt become general until after his death Anastasia was listed in previous testimony as the boss of another New York family before he was killed not as a member of Geno veses gang Valachi said that narcotics were one of the principal moneymak ers for the mobs but the ban on dealing in them was ordered for Genoveses family after publicity and prosecutions had reached a peak He said members defied the rule because of the big profit to be made from handling narcoticsHe said that if they were arrested theyhadto stand another trial by the family after their govern ment trial tion Co and Iowa Hardware Mutual Insurance Co The school division also is over the top Report meetings are held each afternoon at at the Hotel Hanford when volunteers may turn in the days collections Officials emphasized the necest sity for turning in money each day so that the Chest office has an accurate figure on contribu tions Mrs Charles Swift cochair man of the womens division had a few words to say about giving to the Community Chest Your friends and neighbors who are your Community Chest volunteers are walking miles this week and working hard Please remember tkat the suc cess of their efforts depends not on the people next door or around the corner but on you she said Weve already nearly finished some figures the Mason hd remarks fay opponents of PUbHc been has Bradley turned to the Mason City Delegation said L YOU are to be complimented on yoiur preseritation Yoiiva your side in admira ble fashion It has been well documented 13 Yanks missing in Viet Nam T iijghtetbombef y of and therewas no sign of surT were Thomas E vivftrc N identified the pilot o e Hay namese fighterbomber as Capt CUv and Dean A Wadsworth whose wife res at Cotulla Tex Names of others were with leldfiuitil relatives have been allof Mason W Hudson of rjef y Mason CJtygroup threeppssfble diag that Iowa schools a 3 to Albert Lea using the diag onals would be approximately the same as the Highway 69 cor ridor TheMason City committee be lieves this equalize road user benefits on the Highway 69 route and any of the three pos sible diagonals The Mason City delegation cited economic national defense and other benefits to North Cen tral lowai r Following the Mason City pro posal 10 persons spoke against it An Iowa Falls delegation supported Mason City and two Clear Lake spokesmen voiced qualified opposition In addition Hudson head of the Northwood delegation filed a letter from Milo Belshan of Glenville Minn chairman of the Freeborh County Board of Commissioners F r e e b o r n County includes Albert Lea Belshan wrote that he spoke for the board in from Deere DES M A gift of 30000 from the John Deere foundation was presented to the owa College Foundation Tues ay The check was presented by lei Brown general manager of he John Deere iDes Moines to Jack MacNider of City foundatiori presi at a luncheon meeting ent ere Twentyone colleges will share i the gift They include Brair Cliff Buena Vista Central Graceland Grinnell Iowa Wes leyan Loras Luther Marycrest Morningside Mount Mercy Par sons St Ambrose Simpson University of Dubuque Upper Iowa University W a r t b u r g Westmar and William Penn Set date for bids on highway patrol offices DES MOINES UPI Bids will be opened Oct 29 for con struction of district offices of the Iowa Highway Patrol at Denison Mason City and Osce ola The onestory brick buildings will be of the same design as the offices built in 1961 at At lantic Cedar Rapids and Fort Dodge BULLETIN PLAQUEMINE La UP exploded etjht tear gas grenades Wednesday in Freedom Roclt Baptist Church to rout 75 tfenagers who had been demonstrating against racial segregation Mason more City line economic favoring the as bringing benefits to Freeborn County He noted close ties between the Mason City and Albert Lea areas R G Hileman executive sec retary of the Iowa Good Roads Association who said he wasnt taking sides stressed the use of road user benefits in making the determination He said their use prevents routing from being a hitor miss proposition subject to pub lic and political pressures by in dividuals businesses or groups organized or unorganized Hileman said he isnt opposed INTERSTATE Please turn to page 2 SAME DATEIK244I   

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