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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1963, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that m o k e s a 11 N t h lowans n e i g h b o r North Iowas Daily Newspaper for Home Edition VOL 103 AxocUted Prcu and United ntenutiOMl IVU IMM Wtrw MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1963 ClOc a Paper Consists of Five One No 252 LBJ says lets get our dollars worth 4 Asks for economy pledge Busy day for Lyndon LADIES Johnson stands back as Mrs Johnson and theirdaughters Lynda 19 Photofax arid Lucy 16 poseoutside the Johnson residence in Washington First t rai n r I d e and gala party for N Iowa youths By CHARLES WALK North Iowa News Director Special to The Globe ride on a train may v not sound like much to most people but for about half of more than 200 youths on the Mason CityNorth Iowa Fair youth award trip it was the thrill of a life time J f K That age nevec having Bidden a train be fore the nine hour long ride which brought them tq the Windy City Friday morning It was easy to spot the youth who were making their first train had a little more trouble the special six along Actually fyiese youths vyereri tjhe only ones makingtheir firs trip by train Several of the nearly 70 adult ing at least two worldly farm North lowans are winners at Chicago By Globe Staff Writer iQwans ha three of the top nine animals i the onthehopf division of th carcass quality beef show the International Live Stock Ex position here Friday Joe Duea and sons Ventura Eugene Henry Algona and Ad dis Greiman and sons Garner were winners in class competi tion Duea exhibited the top senior calf of the Shorthorn show Greimans exhibited the top senior calf of the Angus show and Henry had the top sum mer yearling of the Angus show There were 15 animals inJ3ueas class 37 in Grei mans class and 55 in Henrys class None of the North Iowa steers could go on to cop the onthe hoof championship of their breeds The closest they came was a reserve championship won by Henry in the Angu breed show Purdue University had the champion Angus onthe hoof The Shorthorn championship went to Torgeson Brothers Aus tin Minn One of the brother is Don familiar to many North lowans as a hog buyer for Hor mel Co Austin AH of the top animals in th onthehoof division of the will now be slaughtered an their carcasses judged onthe rail Results of the onthera division will be made publi Tuesday Henry had the champion car cass steer at this years low State Fair Greiman and Due also have had champion car cass and onthehoof champion at state andnational shows past quietly admitted the trip many new and different things ffered their first train ride The ride was just the first of he North Iowa youths will ex erience on their threeday stay n Chicago and if their reac on to it was any indication hey should have a ball Although one veteran of pre ious award trigs this quietest he by ihe time the last of tfie 17 ounty delegations was picked up at Cedar Falls about 7 p m more than 20 card games were in progress S6me of the games were short ived but others turned into marathons One Cerro Gordo County group kept a Heart game going antil after9 p m and four HowardCounty adult leaders jivere still playing 500 in the Lrains lounge at an Picture oh Page 5 spoke in a relative sense No rain hauling more than 200 eenagers canbe really quiet t was difficult to miss where the train hauling the North lowans was from as it sped WASHINGTON ident Johnson told the nations j military leaders Friday that hej expects them to abide by his economy pledge to Congress thatthe government will get a dollars value for a dollar spent under his regime The White House said John son emphasized this point to the Joint Chiefs of Staff at his first formal meeting with them as President Acting An drew T Hatcher said the lead ers outlined their operating pro cedures to Johnson and that the new President did not contem plate calling1 for any change in thisarrangement Johnsons meeting with Gen MaxwellD Taylor chairman and the other joint chiefs who are the military heads of each armed service began a busy round of conferences Friday by Reject Shaff Plan Hughes tells Mason Cityans across country proclaiming its A large purpose sig was hour before Chicago the train reached Despite the fact that most of the youths had eaten huge Thanksgiving Day dinners less There were the usual card than hours before board games some of which were started before the train pulled out of Mason Citys Rock Is arid station Thursday after noon A quick1 check revealed that ing the train hun gry before the train reached Cedar Falls v r This hunger was arrested by a lunch supplied by a group of North Iowa businesses 3 in v1 f Iowa killed plastered on the side of the head car First point of interest visited by the after about six hours sleep at thePick gon gress Chicago Federal ReserveBank TdEight county delegations toured this 15 story financial marvel in the morning Most of the youths were par ticularly grilled by getting a chance to see a mQJion tlollar savings bond and watching as the workings of the huge vaults have doors weighing 54 tonsrvyere explained V Friday afternoon was free lor all the county delegations and most took in thesights of the loop Some also went out to watcli the competition at the In ternational Live Stock Exposi tion Friday night most of the del the President oh interriationa and domestic matters Hebegan his day with an in telligence briefing from Mc George Bundy special assistant for The Bundy briefing will be come a daily event Under the late President John F K e n nedy the intelligence brief ings hadbeen conducted by military aides r After sitting for hisfirst for mal portraits at his White Goy Harold E Hughes as sailed the Shaff Planhere FrU day as a continuation of mi nority rule in the Iowa Legis lature He asked for its rejection by voters in Tuesdays statewide election The governor made his state ments in a 45minute press con ference before about 50 onlook ers at the Mason City Munici pal Airport Hughes arrived in a privately chartered plane at 11 am and left immediately afterward for DAVID MEETS GOVERNOR Jones 3 held Hying press confer by his father pehzil Jones 1014 17th NE meets Governor Harold Hughes as he arrives at the Mason City airrjori Hughes the first of slumpsagainst the Shaff JPlan J0wa Legislatures1 aUproductUol which will go before Iowa voters Dec 3 Jones holds minorities compromising with a sign indicating his feelings for the Shaff Plan minorities in the legislature and Hughes smiles favorably He noted that the first time plan passed the legislature t was done on the votes of leg slators representing approxi mately 35 per cent of the peo ple of Iowa They outvoted those repre senting 65 per cent of the peo ple he added The second time the Shaff Plan was approved in the 1963 at Fort Dodge and egations planned shows or movies to attend AP Canaveral Friday bears the name of Cape Kennedy A cartrain crash on Thanksgiving Day claimed third life Friday Bobby Sheehy 11 died in a Rochester Minn hospital of in juries received in the crash that m as the three were return ng to the Sheehy residence f t e r attending Thanksgiving ervices here The engineer of the Milwaukee load Freight train Stanley Veit Vlason City said his train was raveling about 35 miles an hour vhen the car Mrs Sheehy was driving went onto the tracks illed his mother Mrs Robert heehy 45 Lawler and Miss ose Shekelton 70 Charles City Bobby was rushed totheMayo linic at Rochester Thursday uffering fractures of aw and legs The crash occurred about 8 Veit said the car was traveling slowly and he thought it would stop The impact carried the automobile about 60 feet down the tracks and all three persons in the car were thrown out Miss Shekelton an aunt of Mrs Sheehywas a teacher at Immaculate Cvon c e p t i o n academy at Charles City and was spending Thanksgiving with the Sheehy family The women and theboy were on theirway home from mass when the mis hap occurred Miss Shekelton was killed in stantly and Mrs Sheehy a nurse at St Josephs Hospital at New Hampton died two hours later at the hospital where she was employed Mrs Sheeffys sur vivors include her husband and four daughters Patricia Mary Most of the Cerro Gordo Coun ty group will attend a showing of the Broadway hit How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying iAs usual the three hardest working men on the trip are Ron Reynolds Paul Heinz and Robert Butler Reynolds and House desk Johnson met with the joint chiefs and then con ferred with Defense Secretary Robert S McNamara Bundy and Central Intelligence Direc tor John A McCorie He next rnet with Secretary of State Dean Rusk for a further discussion of foreign policy and security matters Then he discussed pending legislative problems with spe cial assistant Lawrence O Brien congressional liaison aide and Deputy Special Coun sel Myer Feldman s Johnson discussed legislative matters by telephone with House Speaker John W McCor mack and Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield It was announced that these contacts would also be part of the Presi dents daily routine Garner boy hurt in crash Gene Lee Hanson 16 rural Garner was killed and five per sons were injured Thursday night in a twocar at Miller six miles north of Gar Heinz Mason highway patrolman said Inside Jor Jeanne home Funeral The Globe RUBY TRIAL presents unique situation Page 3 MEET LADY Bird the new First Lady Page 8 Editorials 4 Mason City news 67 Latest markets 7 Society news North Iowa news 10 Sports news 1112 Television news 1314 Comics It Clear Lake news 17 Classified pages 1819 and Sally all at arrangements are pending at Larkin Funeral Serv ice New Hampton are representing the City Chamber of Com merce cosponsors of the trip along with the North Iowa Fair Butler extension associate in Cerro Gordo County is chair man of the Extension Service Committee which helped plan the trip May televise Ruby trial By MARSHALL COMERER DALLAS Tex nation may be permitted to watch the trial of jack Ruby indicted on charges of murdering Lee Har vey Oswald the man accused Next was a on Johnsons meeting with schedule Roy Wil kins executive secretary of the NAACP This centered on the civil rights program on which Johnson called for action when he addressed a joint session of Congress Wednesday In that address Johnson pledged to administer federal spending with the utmost thrift and frugality He told the House and Senate I will insist that the govern ment get a dollars value for a dollar spent The government will set an example of prudence and economy This does not mean we will not meet our un filled needs or that we will not honor our commitments We will do both ner A Hansons car was going north on a blacktop road and was turn ing into Miller when it was hit broadside by a car leaving Mil ler driven by Kenneth Lockrem 20 Route 1 Thompson A passenger in Lockrems car Darris Larson rural Keister Minn was in serious condition Friday at Mercy Hospital in Mason City Lockrem and two other pas sengers in his car suffered of assassinating John F Ken nedy Tom Howard lawyer for the defense said Thursday In this case I think there are strong arguments for live telecasts from the courtroom and I can see no reason why we would object bruises lacerations and concus sions They were taken to a Britt hospital for treatment The two passengers were Warren E Willand 20 Northwood and Rod ney A Anderson 17 Leland Billy Lee Olson 18 Garner a passenger in Hansons car was treated and released at Mason City hospital Hanson was the son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Hanson Rout 2 Garner North Weather outlook Fair to partly cloudy through Saturday Lows Fri day night near 20 Warmer Saturday high in 40s Weather details ton Page 2 onoring martyred John F ennedy who designated it a he blastoff point for trips tothe noon B Johnson Iso named this Florida East bast promontorys vast facili iesfor rocketry ihe John Kennedy Space Center F The surprise action Thursday light drew mostly favorable omment here but j it posed ome problems for businesses which have capitalized on the ape Canaveral name Some officials including Gpy arris Bryant of Florida and missilespace program execu ives drew heartening inference hat Johnsons action means ullspeed ahead on the manin he moon flight and other proj ects President Kennedy Johnson announced the chang s to a nationwide television and radio audience in his Thanksgiving message At Cocoa Beach closest civil an community to the cape Ber nard Fischer operator of a res laurant said I think changing the name of the center is a wonderful idea I dont know about renam ng the its been Cape Canaveral since it was named anything he said Fred Boyer map consultant for the Rollins College Library session of the legislature the vdteJstill represented only 45 per cent of the people said HugKes this plan does not represent the thinking of the majority of the people of Iowa he said The governor has campaigned strenuously against adoption of the in recent weeks This is not partisan he said Politics is not involved I feel strongly however that the governor should lead the people not o n 1 y in hours of crisis but in hours of deci sion I feel an obligation as an in dividual to let the people of Iowa know what will happen to their state if the Shaff Plan is ap The governor called attention to the changing industrial and farm economy of Iowa requir ing constant change to meet the challenge The Shaff Plan wont allow this kind of progressive thinking and legislation without great dif ficulty said Hughes Hughes said one purpose of his trip was to cut through the confusion and uncertainty that has surrounded the issue not said that 1598 war name map appears on a is a Spanish word meaning or reed field cane Globe carriers first in the nation The Mason City GlobeGazette newspaperboys were first in the nation again in per capita con tributions collected in the 1963 Newspaperboys Campaign for Radio Free Europe This is the fourth consecutive year that the GlobeGazette newspaperboys have been first in the nation according to I W Hillstrom circulation manager It was fifth in the nation for the amount of money collected Only four other newspapers exceeded the Glob eGazette newspaperboys in the amount collected The Milwaukee Wis Journal the Dallas Tex TimesHerald the Trenton NJ Times 14940 and the Newark NJ EveningNews More than 130 newspapers conducted campaigns this year throughout the United States for a total collected fund of 44194 The full report of the cam paign was received by Hillstrom from Carol Arnold of the Radio Free Europe Fund Inc New York City Our most sincere thanks to each of you for the valuable support you have given the Radio Free Europe Fund with your newspaperboys campaign this year wrote Arnold We are proud to iist your newspaper and your name and we hope you have gained a sense of pride and accomplish ment from your antiCommunist work on our behalf With tensions relaxing some what between the Soviets and the West it would be easy to forget that more than 80 million Europeans are still held captive by communism We must not forget and Radio Free Europe will continue to work for free dom as long as this tyranny ex ists We hope you will continue to work with us only in the points he was visit ing Friday but in the entire state Even at this late date I think a very high percentage of thepeople is trying to deter mine how to vote said Hughes The governor said the key question in this vital issue is whether the Shaff Plan offers equality of citizenship to ail thecitizens of Iowa Hughes declared emphatically that the Shaff Plan does not of fer this equality The Shaff Plan asks the rural people to give up some valu able representation in the Sen ate but does not give urban people control and it asks the urban people to give up repre sentation in the House he said The net gain for all con cerned is zero The governor said a stalemate would be created that would make it practically impossi ble to pass highly controversial HUGHES Please turn to page 2 SAME
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