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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 2, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Newspaper The newspaper that makes tl North lowans Horn Editiou VOL and Halted fnu Jaicnutioul Full Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 2 1H3 10c Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One Sha JS4 Polls guarded against possible Red violence CARACAS Portly1 bespectacled Raul 0Leonicandidate of President Romulo Betancourts Action party held an early lead in unoffi cial returns Monday after anbver whelming turnout of defiance of death threats from proCommunist terrorists Unofficial returns from about cent of the votep gave Leoni 44399 votes Arturo Uslar Pietri a wealthy independent 36542JRafael Caldera Social Christian party 27803 Wolfgang Larrazabal Popular Democratic party 16357 Raul Ramos Gimenez dis Democratic Action German Borre accident at lfV Counting of votes was delayed by theinumler presidential nd congressional candidates Leoni who has compared his T TTT AMt u ii j workerpeasant party Brit pile up hls mar8id dencepf injuries Jbut wastaken to the hospital for observation as a precautionary measure County medical deredjan examinationto deter mine the cause of death A cardriven by Hylland col tidedwith driven byMrs Herman Anna Marie Farlanc of Scarville It is thought Mrs Parland lost control of her car on loose gravel according to Mrs w WM AtUUQJ injuries and released from the Funeralservices for Mr Hyl land wUl be pm at the AndejsonjMiftelstadl Funeral Home 1 Mills and at 2 pm at the Center Synod Church Surviving are a brother NeL Hylland and a sister Mrs Gil rnen Nettie Anderson Leland Princess Margaret expectihg UPI Princess Margaret is expecting her sec ond child at the end of April it was announced Monday at Kensington Palace Princess Margarets sister Queen Elizabeth also is expect ing a child early next year as are Princess Alexandra and the Duchess of Kent Princess Margaret and her husband Lord Snowdori the former photographer ArmstrongJones had their first child on Nov 3 1961 He is David Viscouht Liriley They were married on May 6 1960 at Westminster Abbey in what was called Britains mar riage of the decade Majro John Griffin Princess Margarets press said she and Lord Snowdon are de lighted to have another child coming1 The 33yearold princess has told friends she hopes for a daughter U2 pilot dead Air Force says LAGRANGE Ga Lf A U2 plane which crashed in the Gulf of Mexico Nov 20 carried the pilot to his death the Air Force says Members of the family of Capt Joe G Hyde Jr said Sun day the Air Force had notified them that Hyde went down with the plane after a mission over Cuba North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy through Tues day Monday night 12 to Highs Tuesday mostly in ewer 30s details on 2 is rightist Au thentic JfNational M o v e Uslar Pietri was running far ahead in Caracas where the The proCastro Armed Forces for National Liberation threat ened death fto t those voted and kept up fthe bombing sniper fire and sabotage with which it sought during the campaign to provoke a military overthrow of Betancourt intimi about 96 per cent of the eligible voters cast During the day a police agent was killed and his wife wound ed in a gun fight between a ter rorist gang and police and troops in Caracas Five bombs exploded in Cara cas including one in an apart that in jured a chikLil Special patrols 30 other bombs f Major gun battles broke out after nightfall and after the Jolls closedAvenue Urdaneta in downtown was a no mans land of machinegun and small arms fire During a prolonged sniper at tack on a police station a volley of fire poured into the windows f the United Press Interna ional agency oh the ninth floor of an office building One bullet nicked the chest of cameraman Carl Warner of Miami Fla and other bullets knocked out the lights and power supply Another gun battle raged out side the building housing The Associated Press until national guard troops blocked the streets with barbed wire and drove the snipers from the roof tops The slow official vote count ontinued meanwhile without nterruption in the Congress Building surrounded by troops About 10000 police and na tional guardsmen were posted n Caracas and another 40000 hroughout the country to pro ect voters ENTERTAINER DIES COPENHAGEN Itfl Phil Baker 67 a leading figure of he 1920s and 1930s as an enter tainer died Saturday PRESIDENT PLACES don B Johnson bends down to place a bouquet of red roses on graveof President Kennedy in Arlington National Semetery Mrs Johnson stands next to her husband Inbackground is the Presidents younger daughter Lucy Bairies Johnson 16 Standing beside her is a boy friend Jack Olsen a freshman at the University of Wisconsin LBJ continues Hpjiors in many events ByCHARLES w WALK North Iowa News Director CHICAGO Although the Iowa contingent here for ternational Live Stock Exposi tion has been depleted by more than 270 by the departure of the Mason CityNorth Iowa Fair youth award trip there are still plenty of residents of the Hawk eye state around to make their presence felt For example the latest lowan to make news from the Windy City is Linda Lee Jackson 19 Lytton Over the weekend this pretty student nurse was named National Pork Queen over en tries from 11 other states Miss Jackson daughter of Mr and Mrs Gerald Jacfcton ed her reign Monday by passing out ribbons at the open barrow show at the international When Miss Jackson isnt at Morningside College Sioux City learning to be a jiurse she lives on her parents1 480acre i 7 economy WASHINGTON Pres ident Johnson called two Cab inet officers and his budget di rector to the White House Mon day for conferences on econom ic and defense matters The sessions with Secretarj of Robert S Tiara of Commerce Luther H Hodges and Budget Director Kermit Gordon follow hard on the heels of a busy Sun day at the White House for the new President his desk Sunday Johnson drafted a letter to de ense contractors asking their cooperation in cutting defense costs and ttie White Hpuse an nounced thieV dates when West aerman Chancellor Ludwig Er lard Italian President Antonio 3egni andBritish Prime Minis ter Sir Alec DouglasHome will visit the President Johnson began his work Mon day with an early morning visit from Whitney Young executive director of the National Urban eague In late afternoon John son presents the Enrico Fermi Award to controversial J Robert Op penheimer Oppentieimer directedthe Los Alamos Laboratory where the atom bomb was developed dur ing World War II In 1954 he was declared a security risk by the Atomic Energy Commis sion The commission did not question his loyalty but by a 41 vote barred him from fur ther access to atom secrets Last April the White House announced that in recognition of his contribution toward de veloping the bomb the AEG had selected him to receive the Fermi Award one of sciences most coveted honors Johnson his wife and two daughters attended services Sunday at StJ Marks Episcopal Church Then the Johnson family drove to Arlington National Cemetery where the President placed a bouquet of red roses on the grave of his assassinat ed predecessor John F Ken nedy The visits of Erhard Segni and DouglasHome are in line with Johnsons vow to carry out Kennedys objective of strengthening ties within the Atlantic Alliance Erhard will confer withJohn son Dec 2728 at the Johnson ranch near Johnson City Tex Segni wilhpay a state visit to WashingtonJan 1415 and Douglas Home will come to Washington for talks with John son Feb 1213 President Charles de Gaulle of France also is expected to visit the United States next year but no date has been set do well in DrotnersT Hprf f york shire breeder is the treasurer a member of the board of directors of the Iowa State Swine Producers Assn The biggest honor received by a North lowan in Chicago this weekend went to Margaret Rice Swaledale Miss Rice 19 the daughter of Mr and Mrs Carrol Rice is one of Iowas 30 official delegates to the national 4H Club Con gress under way this week at the Conrad Hilton Hotel She was selected from more than 1 500 4H members from 50 states here for the congress to give the 4H Club pledge at the opening ceremonies Sunday Miss Rice is one of four North lowans here as official delegates from the Hawkeye State Others are Patricia Van Wert daugh ter of Mrs J S Van Wert Hampton Judy Spainhower daughter of Mr and Mrs Jul ius Spainhower Hampton and Vernon Jurgemeyer son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Jurgemeyer Klemme Miss Rice said Sunday she re ceived nearly as big a thrill from the Cerro Gordo County 4H youths as she did when she was selected to give the pledge The Cerro Gordo County youths here on North Iowa Pair trip sent a dozen stemmed roses to Miss Rice when they heardof herhonor The youths on the Mason City award trip werent the only North lowans in Chicago this weekend Thirtyeight 4H members and their leaders from Franklin and Butler coun ties also came into Chicago for IOWANS Please turn to page 2 Demand 25 per cent Rail workers ask pay hike f CLEVELAND AP The Brotherhood o f Locomotive iremen and key operating union in ihe cur rent work rules dispute has served demands on the nations railroads for a 25 per cent wage ncrease Also among demands served Sunday by the 78000member union were supplemental pen lions and companypaia health coverage The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers previ ously asked the nation1 rail roads for pay increases V In Washington a spokesman for the American Association of Railroads said the organization would have no comment pend ing a study of the demands An arbitration board issued recommendations Tuesday that could involve the elimination of up to 33000 jobs The five operating unions and the railroads were to settle wages and other issues between themselves under the Emer gency Rail Arbitration Law passed by Congress in August to halt the threat of a strike then The arbitration board was given only the firemen and train crew issues to settle Failure of negotiations could result in the dispute going back to Congress Feb 25 the expira tion date of the Rail Arbitration Law H E Gilbert president of the said wage adjust ments for locomotive engineers locomotive helpers hostlers and hostler helpers represented bythe brotherhood were long overdue Gilbert said the last wage in crease became effective March 1 1961 He said the railroad in dustry is operating at nearpeak prosperity despite official man agement statements to the con trary Included in the wage demands was a stipulation for a daily earnings minimum of for engineers and fqr firemen in all classes of road service The current wage scale was not available i Voters brave i on life FACT Despite terrorism and threats on I their lives an estimated 96 per cent of Venep zuelas eligible voters went to the polls Sunday 1 FACT An estimated TO per cent of ble lowans voted in the last presidential elec tion FACT lowans will vote on one of the vital issues in the history of their state Tues day when the Shaff Plan for is submitted to them in a special election Polls are open from 7 am to 8 pm in Mason City and other communities with voter registration from 8 am to 8 pm in all other places COMMENT It is a short walk or drive to yourpolling place No terrorism No I machine guns Onlythe incentives of making 1 your vote mean something Please let it I Vatican council ends Wednesday M VATICAN CITYUB The Vatican Ecumenical Council Monday began the final work ing1 day of its second session Two more days of ceremony remain before the 2200 prelates return home for another nine month recess Inthe nine weeks since Pope Paul VI resumed the council which Pope John XXIII called the Roman Catholic prelates took decisive action in three of schemata or topicson their programmer re newal of Catholicism and ad vancement the cause of Christian unity They schemata One permitting major changes OK move to close whitfe public schools RICHMOND Va OPI The VirginiaSupreme Court1 said Monday Prince Edward County had the right to close its pub lic schools to avoid racial inte gration In a 61 decision the majority said the Virginia Constitution gives its localities the option of operating or not operating pub lic schools 544 died on US highways By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Final tabulations Monday showed 544 persons died in tfaf ic accidents during the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend The toll represented 72 more automotive deaths than the 472 which could be expected over a similar nonholiday period r Inside The Globe RUBY LAWYERS are con fident Page 2 THE ORDEAL of John F Kennedy Page 3 Mrs Editorial Society news 567 Sports news 1718 Bowling page 19 North Iowa news 2021 Latest markets 22 Mason City news2223 Comics Clear Lake news 26 Classified pages 3031 SAME in the forms of Catholicisms worship and the other a state ment on massr communications media Both topics were at the first council session in 1962 and revised during the recess In one major vote the prel ates decided that theology von the Virgin Mary should be treated within the framework oi ratetschema devoted her Opponents the latte procedure argued that it would put undue emphasis on the place of the Virgin in Catholicism one area of CatholicProtestant dis agreement Another key vote was held to guide the commission that will w amendments for the schema f on thej nature the church Despite considerable dissent in debate Athe counci fathers showed in the vote that they overwhelmingly favorec the cpllegial concept th at al bishops as a body share with the pope in authority over the church The council also debated schemata on the nature of the church on bishops powers and diocesan government and on Christian unity or ecumenism The ecumenism schema was before the council Monday The members still had not been asked to decide whether two controversial chapters of that Jews and on reli gious acceptable for detailed debate ay Light Balloting ex Interest htay not be high rl THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Both sides in the battle over he Shaft Plan of legislative re apportionment marshaled final efforts Monday to swing the voters their way as the special election campaign drew to a close Starting at 7 am Tuesday owans will be goingNto the wiling places to decide whether this controversial method of changing the system of electing State legislators Should be Writ ten vintp the Iowa Constitution They have been told by Shaff Plan supporters that this is a air method of restoring balance uv the between rural and urban representation They have been told by op pohents of that cities and populous areas will still get the short end of the stick and can be outvoted by lawmakers representing an Iowa minority The dispute centers around he proposed makeup of the House andSenate In the light of predictions that there will be a light vote Tues No liquor sales during election Nbuy Hquor during the hours the polls are open for l the sHafftplan Tuesday County Arty David Butler said he had been informed the law prohibits the sale dur ing voting hours There is no prohibition on the sale of beer he said and liquor may be sold after the polls close at 8 pm State liquor stores will be closed Tuesday day and the fear that many people will stay away from the polls because they dont under stand or are not interested both iides have stepped up getout thevqte moves organizations have lined up on both sides and some members of different political parties have beenfound in both amps This briefly is what the Shaff Plan does The legislature now has 158 members 108 in the House and 50 in the Senate Under the SHAFF Please turn to page 2 SOMERSAULT ON WHEELS CazareTdf Mexico starts somersault as he is thrown from his machine during motorcycle race at La Marqtiesa grounds neat Mexico City Cazares competing MI the free category test suffered only bruises 1   

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