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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             VTTTWB A Tfct Ntwspoptr spa per that makts all North I owanf neighbors GAZETTE VOL MS Home Edition MASON CITY OCTOBER 25 1H3 UOe a eowOThU CouUU Two Seca Adlai DALLAS Tfe AP One demowtrator spat on Adlai E SteycMoh another banged him on the head witha sign and about100 milled around him in a disorderly pro test Thursday night Thedisturbance occurred aft er a United Nations Day speech during which Stevenson drew two standing ovations from 1750 persons jamming the Municipal Auditorium in downtown Dallas A front row heckler interrupted him at one point NO m Police arrested one man in breaking up a crowd gathered around a car in which Steven son this countrys ambassador to the United Nations left the auditorium He was cursed booed and spat upon He appeared startled but un hurt by the blow on his head Police grabbed a woman carry ing the sign Dont arrest could have been an accident Steven son said Then he asked the is wrong Can I help you in any way The woman who later identi fied herself to reportersas Cora Fredrickson of Dallas snarled back If you dont know whats wrong I dont know why Everybody else does Stevenson turned and walked away Mrs 47 told newsmen she did not intend to strike him butsomeone jos tled her arm as she pushed her placard close for the ambassa dor to read upon by r The sign asked Adlai who elected you The arrested man accused by policeman R L Larson of spitting on both Stevenson and Larson was charged with in citing a riot and aggravated assault the charged man is Robert Edward Hatfleld 22 of Irving a Dallas suburb He is a stu dent at North Texas State Uni versity in Dentori near Dallas Some North Texas State friends of Hatfield told the Dal Photofax WHACKADLAI Hit IN FACE Stevenson is struck on head with a sign carried by a woman picket after a speech in Dallas Squaring off By ROGER LANE AP Business Writer i NEW YORK po picked up Thursday in the most spirited railroad proxy fight Jn years figures in opposing c a mip s Ben W Heineman board chairman of the Chicago and North Western Railway and Henry Crown lead ing stockholderof the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific argued their case in uptown hotel suites and in Wall Street Heineman pressed a North Western bid for stock control of the Rock Island Crown backed a rival merger proposed by the Union Pacific that he helped negotiate Meantime Arthur E Stod dard UP president and R Ell is Johnson Rock Islandpresi dent sought to rally stock holder support in Boston Island stockholders will vote Nov 15 in Chicago on whether to accept or reject the UP offer Approval of holders OJ two thirds of outstanding shares is required for acceptance of the UP proposal Ultimately either the North Western or the UP plan requires approval by the Interstate Com merce Commission Before going to the financial district to woo stock brokers Heineman told newsmen that UP partisans had indulged in myth and folklore to bolster their case and resorted to scarehead tactics Heineman said an assertion that the UP was prepared to spend million to rehabili tate the Rock Island was in tended to persuade Rock Island stockholders that their invest ment will disappear without such spending I dont believe it he said Stoddard said last week that the amount was needed to bring the Rock Island up to UP stand ards Heineman said There are a lot of people who say that the North Iowa Weather outlook Fair and cooler Friday night lows in Partly cloudy scattered or thundershewers likely Satur day highs upper Ms to mid 70s Weather details on Pifo 2 UP MSgrossly overmaintained and plated It would be a wonderful thing to do I guess but it doesnt follow that this is needed by the Rock Island or any other railroad Stoddard contended that the UP could supply rehabilitation capital He questioned where the North Western which hasnt paid a common stock dividend since 1950 would get the mon ey Crown ensconced in a suite in the Waldorf Astoria Towers a few floors from Heinemans called the North Westerns of fer highly speculative a mi rage and subject to a half dozen ifs During the duel of words the ICC in Washington dismissed a motion by the UP to throw out the North petition for authority to control the Rock Island and later merge with it The North Western is offering this package for each Rock Is land share casn 2778 of a share of North Western common and in 6 per cent North Western collateral trust income bonds In exchange for each Rock Island share the UP offers 718 shares of UP common In news men a UPRock Island tieup would double transcontinental freight train speeds Crown and business associates own about 15 per cent of Rock Island stock The Midwest fi nancier is the railroads fi nance committee chairman Crown estimated that about onethird of Rock Island shares are held by brokerage houses for customers or by other noni inees How these shares are voted thus is subject to advice brokers in the event beneficial holders seek counsel Bomb scare on Tito ship NEW YORKA bomb scare held up the departure of visit ing Yugoslav President Tito for 40 minutes Friday while scores of police searched the liner Rotterdam The Holland America Lines vessel sailed with Tito and his wife Jovanka aboard at 1040 Pm CST after city chief of de tectives declared the ship safe as far as we are concerned Wo las Times Herald they were members of the John Birch So ciety Pickets appeared outside the auditorium before the speaker arrived and some crowded in doors They carried placards and American flags One wore anUncle Sam suit As Stevenson spoke he was interrupted by a front row spec tator This individual identified as Frank McGehee of Dallas an organizer of the ultraconservative National In dignation Convention in U S McGehee asked several ques tions including one about Stev ensons beliefs There was deaf ening applause after the ambas sador answered For my part I believe ir the forgiveness of sin and the redemption of ig Another man tried to push McGehee down in his seat and the two argued Police conduct ed McGehee to the lobby where an overflow crowd of several hundred people heard and watched Stevenson on television Several demonstrators told newsmen they were members of a conservative organization called Young Americans for Freedom Others identified themselves as Cubans in Alpha 66 a counterrevolutionary group In his formal address Steven son spoke of superpatriots who decry the United Nations and said they are men who talk of peace but who object to our only institution for peace rs save in German mine WIJtE SERVICES PEINEGermany Work crews Friday night rescued seven oniners who had been trapped for 23 hours below the ground in a flooded iron mine West German army and civil ian rescue teams had fought u to pluck the survivors from the 180footlevel of the mine while friends and famUies watched in grave silence around the pithead The men hauled to the surface in a rescue bomb pulled through a 29inch hole about 7 pm Noon The bomb is a bellshaped bucket into which a man i The seven were among 50 miners trapped Thursday nig when a huge wall of sludge slid into the LengedeBrolstedt iron mine and flooded its lower levels But the good news applied only to the seven Seventeen hours after mass of water broke into the the main shaft of the 300footdeep mine Thursday night there was no word from the other 43 Amonfl them were believed to be three men who first saw what was happening when the pools shoreline gave way and went down to give the alarm Seventynine got out in time More than 600000 cubic yards of water and mud poured down to the lower level Officials explained there was no chance of reaching the residentsof lowlyingsections to Emergency accommodations being at the University of Chicago former ambassador Tran Van Chuong says his daughter Ngo Dinh Nhu South Viet Nams First Lady US is spoiled by absolutepower Chuong will speak at Cbe Col lege in Cedar Rapids Nov 2 schools John Cummings Trumdn heads back home t DES MOINES A Former President Harry Truman flew out of Des Moines to home at Independence Mo late Thurs days which included a fall into some bushes from which he suffered ho injuries The 79yearold former presi dent took the tumbleat Grin nell College shaft because the flood had made it unusable The cause of the pools brock from itsbed remained to be de terminedv R e s i de n t s of this areaabout 17 miles southeast of Hannover expressed beliei construction of a big highway approach nearby may have weakened the banks The flood washed into the mine at 8 pm A generalalarm brought workers from neighboring rpm Brunswick Hannover and aildesheim for the relief opera tions Families of the trapped met gathered at the mine gate wait ing for news about them A mine disaster in this sec tor in 1960 cost the lives of 33 men In disaster water S C ft Ginny pointedher 95mileanhour winds at the South Carolina coast Friday and the Weather Bureau told homes up in were who is fin charge of the Charleston Weath OT Rl A Oil on A t er Bureau should be said beach evacuated r MVUBI AI Charleston northward to Ocean Drive near the North Carolina state line Ginny which first became a twrricane last Sunday night off the Carolina coast was report ed some 80 miles southeast of Charleston The s t o r m was moving generally toward the north at about 8 miles per hour Hurricane warnings were in effect from Charleston north ward 150 miles to Cape Fear NC Winds of may reach hurricane force the vicinity of independence Mo late Thursy reacn lne vicinity of day after one of his busier two Cnarleston Friday afternoon and days which included a fall into up the coast to the North Carolina night said the line Weather Gales from outward 175 Ginny extended miles over ocean to the northeast and about 100 miles to the southeast the center The gales areas whipped the South from Carolina and North Carolina coasts Galei warnings were in effect from Charleston to Brunswick Ga Schools along coastal South Carolina were closed Friday Some businesses with exposed fronts began boarding and tap ing up windows this morning All aircraft at the Charleston AirForce Base which could not be placed in hangars were evacuated Vic Damone wed to Judy Rawlins LAS VEGAS Nev VPI Singer Vic Damone and actress Judy Rawlins were married Thursday night in a quiet cere mony performed by a justice of Hotel Friday Bureau From the surface could mud Mine V i be seen was a mass tha officials Weeping viuuutis weeping relatives of men however there was still hope The rescue operation above the side shaft resembled that which pulled Henry Throne and David Fellin to safety Aug 27 Tom a coal mine near Hazel ton Pa They had been trapped more than 300 feet underground for 14 days by a cavein Inside The Globe TEARS LIKE I smell mincemeat pies Page TROJANS WIN 6th in row 500 Page 11 Editorials 4 Society news 89 DEMONSTRATOR SUBDUED An tried with quackery day It set the r At the federations First Na tional cnsress on Health Mo nopoly the fir81 was acking an organization called the National Health Federation The federation opened its own The federation opened its own dress The least we can do ii meeting at a hotel two miles to forbidthe AM A to take rhon away Spokesmen said it wniilH ey from drug companies Th iway Spokesmen said it would e rebuttals to the quackery Cl ffer rebuttalsto the quackery is deadly to ongress sponsors and its first the American people and must peaker attacked hntv nf be eliminated peaker attacked both of them Since both the American Med al Association and FDA were ponsoring the quackery con gress the circle was completed From the quackery congress ame these voices Dr Edward R Annis presi Mr it Munis uresi 10 dent of AMA I am sure that Sports news 1112 Television Comics Clear Ukt news 1314 V14O ii what we do in the next day and a half will help to keep the quacks on the defensive FDA Commissioner George P ttrSTM UK WOT IINO tit 11 Iowa portion of new trail This is the tentative route iroposed for the Heritage Trail for tourists through Iowa The plans call for the route o enter the state at Davenport n the southeast and leave at Spirit Lake in the northwest a distance of about 600 miles The sites and towns noted by he plain circles are already isted on the tentative plans The darkened circles are North owa sites which would be of nterest to travelers along the route A complete explanation and description of the North Iowa sites along the trail will be ound on page 15 of this news paper NASHUA h A ANTON DVORAK MEMORIAL AT SP1LLVILLB He said in a prepared ad least can do is from drug companies This of interest is deadly to AMAs hip pocket and require he FDA to treat any licensed health practitioner with the consideration his license entitles him to Let the FDA act more as an educating agency and less as a gestapo police force At the quackery congress FDA Commissioner Larrick cit ed a number of devices food ads and other products which FDA has stymied He said he could mention only a few of FDAs actions against quackery in the past two years since the last We proceeded against half dozen kinds of bottled ocean wa ter which hit the market after a medical columnist wrote a testi monial about the benefits expe rienced by his 96yearold father He said many more cases ara pending in court and under in vestigation No description was given of Farmer Browns Mas ter Cell when it was listed Dr Annis brought up Krebio en recently ruled by the gov ernment to be ineffective as a cancer cure Sometimes he said constant ressure by the patient or his amily use a treatment which las not been found to be effec ive by the medical commu nity SAME   

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