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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 21, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             The North Daily Newspape r th Horn n rwippptr that mokes all North I o w a n s neighbors ETTE VOL 163 Home Edition PMM tod CrUlrt Crew InUnuUoml Full LMM MASOW CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21 OOo Paper Consist ol Two SectionsSection Hear widow testify in Baker probe No 245 WASHINGTON URA blond widow who fell heir to a par nership with Robert G Bake in ownership of a plush resor motel wentbefore the Senat Rules Committee Thursday fo questioning about his busines dealings She is Mrs Gertrude Trudy Novak mother of two and a employe of the Senate Sma GERTRUDE NOVAK Ossian boys hit as gun r NEW HAMPTON UPI Al Joe and Robert Kapell 9year old twin brothers were in satis factory condition at a hospita here Thursday being wounded by an accidental1 shot gun blast The boys sons of Mrs Mar jorie Kapell rural Ossian were wounded attheir farm home Wednesday Anight Authorities said the boys wen outside to examine a 12gauge shotgun a neighbor had re turned to Mrs Kapell While they were looking at the weapon the gun discharged Aljoe was wounded in the side and Robert was hit in the wristjand leg One of Roberts hands had to be amputated Chapm farmer hospitalized after mishap CHAPIN Dwain Schinagcl 46 was rushed to a Rochester Minn hospital Thursday morn ingin serious condition follow ing a tractor accident Schinagel was plowing new land on the farm belonging to his father George Schinagel a mile north of Chapin He ap parently fell off the tractor as he attempted to back up The tractor stopped after run ning overhis left arm and head His father when he saw the empty seat on the tractor went to the field and found him Schinagel was taken to Frank lin General Hospital before be ing transferred to Rochester Heavy No vote on Shaff Plan IOWA CITY RUniversity of Iowa students have voted heav ily against the Shaff Plan of legislative reapportionment in a mock election The students Wednesday voted 1122 against the plan to 471 in favor of it North Iowa Weather outlook Hazardous driving warning Snow Thursday night and Fri day and occasional rain possi ble southtast part of zone Friday Colder Lows Thurs day night in the 20s Highs Friday in the 30s Weather details on Page 2 Business Committee for the last 13 years Behind the closed doors of the Rules Committee Mrs No vak was to be questioned about the motel venture and other transactions in which Baker had a part Baker 35 resigned as secre tary to the Senates Democrat ic majority after allegations of conflict of interest Mrs Novaks husband Alfred S Novak was Bakers partner in the posh Carousel Motel at Ocean City Md that was sold earlier this year to the Serv U Vending Co a vending ma chine firing with which Baker had dealings Novak died 1962 his death ruled a suicide and his widow inherited tusparfnership Mrs Novak told a reporter her husbands death came aft er years of turmoil that started with his interest in that motel Its just been one thing after another The motel opened with a party which drew Washington figures including Vice President Lyn don B Johnson but apparently fizzled financially under the BakerNovak management Committee investigators were reported to have questioned Wednesday the man who blew the whistle on Baker Ralph L Hill Hill is chairman of the Capi tal Vending Machine Co and plaintiff in a civil suit charging Baker and associates used im proper influence to cancel a vending machine contract in fa vor of another firm His suit is what brought to public notice Bakers wheeling and dealing and ultimately brought about Bakers resigna tion from his a year state job Hill was questioned in secret four hours not only about the a ouse o vending machine case but about Representatives has 108 mem f W other of Bakers business financial dealings and ANNIVERSARY AT THE Qiovanni Martirielli poses a bust of the MetropolitanOpera House in New York on the 50th anni versary of his Met debut Martinelli one of the Metis most famous tenors n AP Photofax is now 78 and still as a singing coach The bust donated to the Met by its sculptress Eleanor Mellon was shown for the first time during the golden anniversary celebration Both views expressed Globe puts Shaff opponents in the same ring on page 19 Dec 3 is an important date for lowaris theShafflPlan for legislativereapportionmenl will be submitted to the voters The GlobeGazette has invitee Robert K Beck of Centerville chairman of the Citizens for Reapportionment 3 and Duane of Algona chair man of lowans Against the Shaff Plan Inc7 to present opposing views on the issue These views appear on page 19 in this issue of the Globe Gazette Legislature now At present the Iowa House of ers one from each of Iowas 99 counties The nine largest Opinions vary on Cambodia intent WASHINGTON AP Cam bodia has riot turned its back on the West in asking a termi nation of American military and economic aid Ambassador Morig Kimny said Thursday The veteran diplomat said he assured the State Department chief of state Prince Norodom Sihanouk has no intention of rushing into the arms of the Communists All we want is to be left alone Kimny said in an inter view Let our friends judge us by the success or failure of our policies They see a war in South Viet Nam and they see civil strife in Laos while in Cambo dia they see we have peace Kimny has represented his country here for 11 years and played leading roles in the 1954 Geneva conference on Indo china and the 196162 Geneva conference which established he neutrality of Laos Sihanouk has no plan to ask or military aid from Commu nist China Kimny Said but Peking may be asked to send A few technical experts not military CEDAR RAPIDS AP The former to the US from South Viet Nam said here Wednesday night that the prince of Cambodia apparently is try ing to get on the Communist bandwagon in fear that the Reds will take over his country This will happen in all small southeast Asia countries if South fall to the Tran Van Viet Nam should Communists Dr Choung told a CoeCollege audi ence at a public events meeting Dr Choung resigned as am bassador prior to the overthrow of the Diem government in South Viet Nam headed by members of the family of his daughter Mrs Ngo Dinh Nhu He publicly broke with his daughter in protest against pol icies of the Diem regime and the governments harsh policy against Buddhists Dr Choung said that cutbacks in foreign aid would be fatal to hopes of the United States to win the cold war He said that in the event of a Communist takeover in South Viet Nam all of southeast Asia would follow suit counties Polk Linn Black Hawk Scott Woodbury Potta wattamie Dubuque Clinton and Johnson one addi tional representative The 50member Senate is based on population A provision preventing any county from more jthan one senator prevents apportionment on a strict populationjbasis Shdff Plan This plan is named for State 0 Sniff of Clinton WhoIntroduced it in its present form It has been passed by two successive sessions of the legis lature and must win approval of the voters Dec 3 to become law V The plan would establish a house with 99 members one to each county It would create Senate with 58 members based on popula tion County lines would be crossed to form the 58 districts but boundaries would have to conform to township or voting precinct boundaries A large countysuch as Polk would be subdivided into districts Population in each district could vary no more than 10 per centfrom of the states total population at the last fed eral census The population unit according to the 1960 cen sus would be 47544 A district then could be no smaller than 42790 depopulation and no larger than 52298 No one will know the exact makeup of the districts at the time of the Dec 3 election A commission of 10 members five from each major political party tfoiild have to submit a redis ricting plan to the Legislature by Feb 1 1965 The legislature could accept the plan amend it or enact a substitute If neither the com mission nor the legislature could agree on a plan by these dead ines the Iowa Supreme Court would be charged with establish ing the districts by Oct 1 1965 In any event the plan couldnt go into effect before the 1966 elections prior to the 1967 ses sion of the legislature Court position Last May a threemember ederal Court panel ruled that the present makeup of the Iowa Legislature is unfair v It caUedit invidious unjust discrimination the court pointed out that the House can be controlled by the 55 smallest counties represent ing 274 per cent of the state the Senate by tl 26 least populous districts repre senting 356 per cent of all lowans court decided by a 21 vote against ruling on the Shaf Plan at that time Judge Edward J McManus argued that the Shaff Plan i unconstitutional but the other two judges Martin Van Oosterhout and Roy Stephenson that submission o the Shaff Plan to the may serve some useful purpose and may have a direct bearing upon the rationality of the ap portionment proposed by it Further clarification is ex pected from reapportionment suits now before the US Supreme Court Alternatives If the voters approve the Shaff Plan the Federal Court panel has these alternatives Decide the plan constitutes acceptable apportionment Rule that the Shaff Plan ii unfair and direct the lowaLegis lature to adopt another plan giving guide lines Write its own plan and issue an enforcement order Return to the 1857 Constitu tion and elect 100 House mem bers and 50 Senators on a popu lation basis If Voters turn down the Shaff Plan the Federal Court panel could Suggest Iowa Legisla ture try again on court direc tive Write its own plan Return to the 1857 Constitu tional provisions As far as timing is concerned an alternate reapportionment nan could be put into effect for the 1966 elections if a special session of the legislature were called for 1964 to write a new amendment It would have to be assed again by the 1965 legis ature voted on by the people the same year and then be ready for 1966 elections Congo orders all Russians out FROM QUR WIRE SERVICES LEOPOLDVILLE The Congo Cyrille Adoula Thurs ay ordered the entire staff of tie Soviet embassy to leave the longp and announced that two lussian diplomats under arrest vould be expelled within 48 ours He told reporters he had de lared all members of the So iet mission persona npn grata I unwelcome and had informed Soviet Ambassador Sergei Nemt china of his decision The sources said Adoula would shortly publish docu ments seized from two Soviet diplomats arrested Tuesday which showed deep involve ment of the two Communist countries in subversion in the Congo Soviet Embassy officials re ported that a Russian news paperman was arrested at his hotel Wednesday night He was Benik Beknazar Juzbachev correspondent of the Soviet No vosti news agency who arrived recently in Leopoldville The Soviet officials said they still had received no news of the two diplomats who were dragged from their car and ar rested two days ago The two embassy counsellor Boris Voronin and press at tache Yuri Miakotnykh were arrested on their return from Brazzaville capital of the neighboring Congo Republic where extremist opponents of the Adoula regime are setting up a Congolese government in exile Adoula his Cabinet Wednesday night examined documents taken from the two Russians Well informed sources said they included let ters from Christophe Gbenye leader of the extreme national ist followers of the late Pa trice Lumumba Remains U2 Q plane found in Gulf FBOM OUR WIEE SERVICES divers Thursday located wreckage o a missing U2 plane in the Gut ofMexico the defense depart ment disclosed Informed sources said the highflying craft had been on a reconnais sanee mission of Cuba The Pentagon said the pilo was not found The wreckage o the plane was discovered in about 100 feet of water 40 miles northwest of Key West the an nouncement said The Defense Department mad no mention of what the U2 was doing when it disappeared Earlier in the day the Coas Guard cutter Nemesis found de bris tossing in 60footdeep wa ter in the Gulf of Mexico From the location of the de bris and an oil slick sight ed earlier Capt Ernest H Dunlap chief of staff to the commander of the Key Wes Navy Base had said Wer pretty sure the debris was par of the U2 wreckage Navy directing th search for the re connaissance plane announcec that the debris was picked u 40 miles northwest of Key Wes and 180 miles north of the cda of Communist Cuba It was in this same are that the U2 piloted by Capt Jo G Hyde Jr of JLagrange Ga disappeared The Pentagon in Washingto said it had iiothihg to iridicat the fate of the pilot The U2 i a oneman plane The Strategic Air Comman and the Defense Departmen said there was rip evidence tha the plane was dovned by ho tile action A spokesman a SACs Omaha headquarter said it was believed the crasl was caused by mechanical fail ure A Cuban radio report saic merely that a U2 which migh have been on reconnaissance activities over Cuba crashed in the Gulf It quoted Washing Mexico Mrs Deyo gets life in prison OZARK Mo AP Mrs Srace Deyo accused of conspir ng with a lover to poison her lusband was convicted of firsi degree murder by a Circuit Court jury Wednesday It was the 47yearold Clear Lake Iowa womans secbnc rial The jury of six men and six womem recommended life mprisonment after deliberating 2 hours and 40 minutes Mrs Deyo was convicted at he first trial But the Missouri Supreme Court ordered her re tried on a legal technicality Awaiting trial also charged with murder is Bill Shindler accused of conspiring with Mrs Deyo Her husband Kenneth Virgil Deyo died more than four years ago at their home in Almartha Mo The state con tended he was poisoned Judge Douglas W Greene jave the defendant until Dec 30 to file a motion for a new trial Inside The Globe HOFFA LAWYER barred by U SPage 2 NEW ZEALANDER ar rives for holidays Page 10 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 6 Cub Gazette 8 Society news 101M2 Sporfs news 1514 North Iowa news 17 Latest markets 18 Mason City news 1819 Comics jo Transit timetable 22 Classified pages 22232425 on reports that it is presumed the plane plunged into the sea due to a mechanical fault At am Wednesday the plane vanished from radar scopes Eight minutes later another plane spotted an oil slick in the area Three Navy airsea rescue planes joined in the search SAC called the plane a WU2 but a Defense Department ipokesman said that was only designation for a weather plarte version of the spy planes are still flying over Cuba o keep guard against reintro duction of Soviet missiles in SAC said the plane disap peared from landbased radar scopes at am Eastern Standard Time The disappear ance was made pubUc about nine hours later The only WU2 unit assigned to SAC is the 4080th operating out of Davis Monthan AFB Tucson Only last month on the an niversary of the USSoviet Cu ban crisis it was disclosed that the high soaring glider like U2s were still flying recon naissance missions over Cuba It was photographs taken by U2s which first showed definite ly that the Soviet Union was setting up offensive missile bases on the island The U2 broke into the news with international impact in May I960 when US U2 pilot Francis Gary Powers was downed over Russia and im prisoned 21 months Pilots wife LELAND Miss UPI The wife of the pilot of a U2recon naissanceplane that apparently crashed in the Gulf of Mexico said Thursday she was not giv ing up hope that her husband would be found unharmed Im a stubborn optimist7 said Mrs Marianne Hyde 1 believe my husband is going to be all right I refuse to believe anything different yet Mrs Hyde said two friends flew in Wednesday to tell her that her husbands plane was missing An oil slick and bits of debris were located in the gulf wherethe aircraft went down Mrs said she met her husband Capt Joe E Hyde Jr of La Grange Ga while he was stationed at nearby Greenville n 1957 They were married in July of the same year They have no children She said they were making their presenthome in Tucson Ariz but she came to Leland to stay with her parents Mr and Mrs Leo Gerdes about a month ago while her husband was away on duty She saidshe didnt know the type of mission he was flying I never cared to know and we figured I was better off the less I knew she said Mrs Hyde said her husband had never been involved in a crash since they were married but added Ive seen it happen to a lot of others Speaking calmly after a long night of apprehension Mrs Hyde said her present plans were indefinite Were just hoping for some news now one way or the other she said I guess theres no better place to be than home when something like this happens she added HOFFA ATTORNEY DISBARRED Z som Jr Nashville right attorney for James R Hoffa left was disbarred from practicing in U S DistnYr Court in Nashville for allegedly tryfng to influence a prospective juror in Hoffaa upcoming trial Osbom o the 1962 trial of the Teamster Union president which ended in a hung seduled togo on trial Jan 6 on a ges of attempting to influence jurors in his 1962 ial See story on page 2 ROMANTIC NAME NEW YORK alvadore Dali arrived here from Europe with his wife Wed nesday and brought with him a new painting titled Galacidal acidefoxiribunucleicasid The artist explained the title came from my wifes first name El Cid and the biologi cal formula which won the No bel prize last year I SAME   

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