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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 9, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                ily Newspaper that m a k i 11 North I owons ITY GUDBE Home Edition VOL1M MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMIEt 9 1KJ Two Mti 23S Mine caves in THE ASSOCIATED Stftj Sen David Shafif RClmton says ari unholy alliance is put to defeat the legislative reapportioh ment plan which bears hjs name and which he sh herded through two aions of the legislature Shaft debated tli former Republican Dewel o the Des Commerce should vote dum Dec 3 urban centers er in the legislature have now change those led by Gov Har old Hughes who want complete itrol of the legislature led by Dewel who ur and Go SES city people referen it gives ig pbw dont first talk in the camfl man of lowans Shaff Plan that say is not thbut only a mere jjg appor veto shall for Farm ler than power be Shall tionment that Interest group in power in the legisl we seek fair Dewell said the Bureau leadership Shaff is the r hind the reapnelfonm added I1 woulcfTike to debatffthis Issue at an opening mee any time or place with power Howard HiU Iowa Farm Bureau president Shaff said the unholy alii opposing the plan con sists of those who want no seemingly a d v o c a t one house based on area and one on population but who quarrel with details of the Shaff plan He said he thinks the gover nor wants representationJp boj houses based on populatahM accused him of trying toJ dy the waters and confu people s j Shift said the only real cam paign issue is whether the peo ple will accept the tfieory of one house op area and one house on foi thaT do ill sett s not and his nfernl linai state central committees of the two ma parties Shtff this bipartisan approacJTffDut Dewel said it to gerrymandering m mission membe I the bejt repre Marsi dinner in Shaff which nobody i big private interest IpbbL He said these lobbies are the big landowner leadership of the Iowa Farm Bureau old elements of the Iowa acturers Association and bankers associ asan effective means of to promote the overall progress and economic growth of stated or are Half foaCd plete p pula both hoisesel Dewel said the Shaff would set a 99 member House of one member per coun ty although the area varies from 376 to 979 square miles and population from 7400 to Thil frporti to a 10 with m has any Senate and Ls be lient g wbj said are hughes by telling them the federal courts will impose reapportion ment on the state if they dont swallow the unpalatable Shaff plan said the federal courts he saU WOl fse tm Sena Uld beWeftkpi T comlissftnlpi named beld the pre Vwhich givi th jfididusly askfe W of e S this cfctro dits Id Friday twice before scared ban anc triec 5b it but were ice andits mas Two o ueradedi 7 hoursafter the midtown robbery New gem distributors deUvenfe slightly more than hal were Lewis of N of the car told thefive bandits were in police uni forms wasaccompanied y five llher messengers All that two other he 124 per cent Foreign aid hill moves WASHINGTON Party leaders whipped the foreign aid bill toward N passage next week after the to re store President KennedysT au thority to extend tradeprivileg es to Poland and Yugoslavia The controversy over grant Ing mostfavorednation treat vment to the two Communist countries was one of the highest hurdles to be cleared and the Senate vaulted it Friday 5514 The vote defeated an attempt by Sen Frank J Lausche D Ob to strike from the aid authorization a provision restor ing the auttiprity to Kennedy tne mostf favored treetment is accorded1 to this countrys nonCpmmunist trading part ners andrguarMitees Ipwer tar iffs The administration argues that the trade privileges will keep Poland and Yugoslavia from falling under complete So viet domination Acceptance of the favored na tion provision by the Senate does not mean it will be in the final bill It still must survive the conference with the House Smithsonian to get Jeep Inside The Gfcbe REPRESENTATIVE OF governor to hear prison ers complaints Page f FORT SANDERS battle re told Page 3 Editorials 4 Surveyor 5 Church news 47 Society news 89 WASHINGTON UPI The Smithsonian Institution already this homte of such historic curi osities as Charles A Lind berghs plane The Spirit of St Louis is going to get an au thentic World War II vintage Jeep Rep Charles Gubser RCalif said Friday he persuaded the institution to include a jeep in its collection and Army Secre tary Cyrus R Vance finally lo cated one of the original models in an Army Depot in Japan CANCER INSTITUTE PARIS Friday asked the United States Russia Britain West Germany and Italy to build jointly an inter national cancer research insti tute with funds deducted from military budgets North Iowa Weather outlook Decreasing showers and clearing Saturday afternoon becoming fair Saturday night Sunday Cooler Saturday wight with kwt near M Weather en Page 2 The Senate voted lest year to continue most v favored nation treatment for the two countries m the trade bill but the House refused to go along However its approval Friday was the biggest victory for the administration so far in the two weeks of debate It followed a series of setbacks which saw the Republican and Democratic leaders agree to cutting Kenne dys request to billion He had asked for billion Encouraged by the progress passage Republican leader Everett M Dirksen said he would start moving to table i score of amendments which may be brought up when theSenate re sumes work on the bill Tuesday Both the President and Secre tary of State Dean Rusk made appeals Friday on behalf of the aid program which this year has been battered by a strong tide of opposition The rich must help the poor Kennedy said in a New York speech Friday night The industrialized nations must help the developing nations And the United States its major allies must do better not its foreign aid program Rusk at his first news conl ference in nearly three months urged Congress not to take awaythe Presidents flexibility moves very Sports 1112 Clear Lake news 13 markets 14 Mason City news 1415 Comics Building news 17 Transport timetable 18 Classified pages 1819 FMVW North iowa news 20 slavia in a world that fast Thursday the Senate tromped on the administrations wishes for a free hand by voting to ban aid to Yugoslavia and the 5Unit ed approved another amendment to keep the lid on assistance to Indonesia And Friday it voted unani mously to take away presiden tial discretion to waive a ban on military and economic aid to any Communist country It thus extended to Poland the same prohibition the Senate placed against aid to Yugo fiveweeks he itory icytimes ich had seen dressed men of leave an unmaHced black car in the same vicinity and ap proached his car slowed by heavy traffic t He seid all three times in eluding the actual robbery he thought to get a traffic tjckef J The first two times thdymen returned to their carhe said just asia marked police car appeared r however one of the men in uniform pointed a pis tol at Kim and said This is a stickup The car owned by the AAA Jewelers Service was found abandoned at the rear f a partly demolished building sev eral blocks away from the rob bery site on West 41st Street Police said tire marksnear it indicated part of the loot had been transferred to another ve hicle rr ty saidsome of the jewels and eight gold bars each weigh ing 15 pounds were left behind apparently when the men were frightened off by demolition workers nearby Gets 3 years in MacNider jewel theft ST LOUIS Arthur S Anderson Jr of Brooklyn NY was sentenced to three years ina federal prison Fri day after he pleaded guilty of may interstate transportation of 000 in stolen jewelry Assistant US Attorney W Francis Murrell said Anderson took the jewelry and in cash rom a Mountain Shadows Mo tel room at Scottsdale Ariz Sept 38 The money and jewel ry belonged to Mrs Jack Mac Nider of Mason City Iowa m j cases that held gems are on the table The recovered loot about half of the of the total abandoned of detectives at New Yorks West Street Police station looks over wrappedgold bars recovered following UUIK o Friday s estimated million holdup of found in a truck Private traders to WASHINGTON AP The government has placednegotia tions for a mammoth sale of wheatto the Communist bloc in the hands ofprivate traders aft er setting guidelines on the sen sitive shipping issue V Shortly after agreement was announced Friday between the UnitedStatesand Russia on the Handling of transportation the Commerce Department is an export license for th ment of 100000 tons of about million wor Hungary The deal by the Giant daj gill Inc grain firm of apolis may be the first n asteady flow of US prain to the Soyiet Unf Ker European satellites Undersecretary of Com rranklini D Roosevelt Jr he iiuiderstanding between the United States and Russia oh shipping million tons of wheat which the want jy May 31 The satellite coun tries are expected to take an additional 15 million tons The 4 million tons would be about bushels and involve more than million Transportation costs may add another million or more to the purchase price Some members of Congress The government saidt 50 per cent of the wheat must be car ried in US they were set on the rates US ship oper ators can charge dealers will offer the Russians prices based on cost plus delivery and then if the Soviets accept a trader can seek the best shipping deal withVthe rules set by Killed were of RockIslandlhe J Aryid Johns have1 said the deal may open the door for further sales of wheat arid other US farm products to the Communist countries The Soviet Union re cently purchased 68 million tons of wheat from Canada and 18 million tons from Australia st Protestant council VATICAN CITY AP The example of the Roman Catholic Ecumenical Council is putting very uncomfortable pressure on Protestant churches to risk similar experiments in selfex amination and reform says an American Protestant theolo gian Dr Albert C Gutter a pro fessor of theology at Southern Methodist University Dallas Tex and anofficial observer at the Roman Catholic conclave said Friday night it was signifi cant that the drive for ecclesi astical reform was coming from a church Protestants had once thought of as unreformed and irreformable NenCethoUe observers have been especially impressed by your willingness to be ob served to expose yourselves to the inquiring eyes of friendly but not at all uncritical observ ers he told Catholic prelates at a reception for the US bish ops and Englishspeaking Prot estant Anglican and Orthodox observers at the council You have closed the chapter of history that was entitled the counter reformation he add ed Dr Gutter representative of the World Methodist Council at the Roman Catholic assembly said in the last five years there had been a wholly unprece dented change of climate in the Christian world Citing participation by sever Catholic prelates in Protes tant gatherings Dr Outler said The first great miracle of the ecumenical reality has wrought in our who will deny that tins is Gods doing and marvelous in our eyes However he described this as only a first step toward Chris tian unity Full Christian communion will not be worth having he said at the price of compro mise on your part or adjuration on ours Dr Outler said it was pain fully clear another miracle will be required before Christians achieve full unity as 6ne peo ple one household of the faith The men iWere the government The ceilings are based on guidelines used for the ship ment of commodities underthe foreign aid program and are approximately the same as cur rent rates charged by US shippers Negotiations at the govern ment level were stalled for more than three weeks over shipping rates President Kennedy had stipu lated that the gram must move in US vessels if they were available but the Soviets wanted to control the transportation end of the deal so they could take advantage of lower rates of fered by foreignoperated ves sels USshipowners had first sug gested a ton price com pared to the foreignoperated rates to but this 350 are tn in Japan Believe tunnel filled with gas FukyOKA japan U8 Tne maintunnel of a coal mine in this southern Japa nese island caved in Satur day and first police reports said as many as 350 miners may have been trapped Police t he tunnel col lapsed about 800 yards from the entrance ofthe Mitsui Mikawa Coal Mine They said the cave n wrecked the ventilation sys eni and that the mine was fill ing with gas Rescue workers were rushed 0 the mine on Japans south ernmost island of Kyushu but police said they were experi encing great difficulties in reaching the trapped men and in assessing the situation More than 1000 were working in the slanting galleries of the huge mine when the explosion brought death and destruction at pm The blast was so tremendous it strippedaway the wood from a steelsupported building at the north of the mam entrance tun nel twisted large steel pipes out of shape and shattered win dows 1000 feet away t The survivors scrambled to saf etyXthrough1 auxiliary galler ies many of them badly hurt their faces blackened from the coal powder r Hundreds of men women and children ofthe min ers milledaround the mouth waiting for news of those en tombed inside The mine known as the Miike to Japaneseis one of the oldest and largest of its kind in Japan t was the scene in 1960 of bloody clashes between striking1 miners and police Police said at pm the death toll might reach 100 But many of those now im prisoned in the main chamber not dead from be able to escape through two yet undamaged entrances they added Police said the cavein was triggered by a coal dust explo sion at am EST PATE DIES MILWAUKEE R last reported offer was j i A f UlldJil was scaled down to and the Pate 70 who founded the old L 1 ft M A Jate Oil Co died Thursday hunting clothes and had along The Iowa pheasa son opened Saturday The plane crashed on the Joe Vennamen farm apparently while trying to make ap emer gency landing Vennamen farms six miles northwest of this Ben ton County community iAuthorities said the pilot ap parently became lost in the storm Vennamen said he was getting up about 5 am and heard the plane circling over the farm An hour earlier the plane was heard over Vinton 11 miles southwest of here The farmer said that as he looked out the window he saw tbe plane come around a second time He said it looked as if the plane was trying to land rain thunder and lightning shook the air the plane came down in a newly seeded meadow about 900 feet from the Venna men house The plane overturned and the gas tank was ripped loose The tank burst into flames but the blaze did not spreadto the plane The men were trapped in the wreckage hest drive tops quota with record Community Chest drive has quota The greatest amount ever raised campaign here was reported Satfllipy by Dr John MacGregor the cam paign chairman This is the 1960 that the drive has made quota the chairmanship by a re solicitation after regular campaign The quota was The Chest in 1961 and in 1962 This marks an important step fonvard for the city Dr MacGregor said It is an indication of a new spirit in the community I sincerely hope that it will lead to a continued recognition of the importance of meeting our community obligations Reaching the Community Chest quota is an im portant factor even in such seemingly unrelated mat ters as industrial expansion Dr MacGregor contin uedHe explained that the citys willingness to meet its obligation to the Community Chest and other such activities is one thing consideed by corporations look ing for a new plant location still are cards out in this years campaign the chairman said and it seems likely that will be passed when they are in Al Kloberdanz Chest secretary said he is hopeful that the drive will pass the mark set in the resolicitation in 1960 Two additional firms reported their employes over quota the Holsum Bakery and Central Auto Body Another contribution Friday which helped the campaign over the top Kloberdanz said was one from students of John Adams Junior High School   

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