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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 11, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Newspoper newspaper that mokes oil North logons neighbors CITY GLOBE you Home Edition MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1H3 10c Ptjxr ConstsU of Four No 241 K I nterstate CheerFunci only for the needy i HEChrist ma Fund give everybody the op portuaity to d something for hi neighbor who j down on his luc or who is the vie tim of circum stances The little gift Is re ceived with enthusiasm equa to that of the big Wednesdays list of donors in eludes those t as small as 25 cents and as large as A of the names have been sefe in this column in previou years The First National Bank and the Lions Club have erous contributionsthat help t set a pattern for firms and or ganizations of their size TK 25cent piece was left by a anonymous giverin the Ghee Fund box at the GlobeGazette Adollarbill came from an other anonymous person Eh closed was a note This hum ble dollar found on a tabl last year at Christmas wa saved for a child in need make someone tell the donor thanks1 The needy persons and fam lies who will be the recipfent of money will be given th chance to make their owr choices inregard to food an holiday presents1 f We dont take peo them said Doris Bruce execi tive secretary of Family Serv ice Inc which administers th fund Parents like the satisfac tion of selecting things for thei children You canjoin this worthwhile cause by sending or bringing your donation to theGlobeGa r zette Send it to Christmas Cheer GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa 5040T TVND GOAL S3DM 00 PREVIOUSLY REPORTED Karen and Fred ioo Athenian Club 2 HI Fint MM Mr Mrs LA Day zM Mason CliyUoniCluh sfloa Anonymoni J CUy Ann of Medical Aiiistahts 18 00 Anonymom 25 THE DAYS TOTAL TOTAL TO DATE 11875 W45 STILL NEEDED 12587 5S GIVING DATS LEFT u Inside The Globe Editorials Society news Mason City news 2021 Comics 24 North Iowa news 27 Clear Lake news 2829 Sports news 3534 Transit timetable 42 Classified pages 4243 North Iowa Weather outlook Heavy snow warning east half Snow accumulating 1 to 2 inches northwest and 4 to t inches southeast Wednes day night continued cold lows 10 in northwest to mid teens southeast Cloudy and colder with snow diminishing to flurries Thursday highs in upper teens Weather details on page 2 WASHINGTON Treas ury expressed its concern Wed nesday oyeirrthe coin shortage which has i become steadily worse i during Christmas shopping rush v the past few months the has tried n6tto attention to the shbrtage4ap parently on that pub licity would lead to hoarding But the shortage was obvious long before the start of the study Christmas season There are now shortages in every denomi nation except silver dollars The supply istight in almost every area ofthe nation Some banks have been asking the public to keep their coins in circulation Some companies which heavily on coins in their business have been ship ping large amounts from one area to another The shortage is said to be due to good business in retail sales and increased use of 1 vending machines parking meters and such devices Demand for coins usually reaches A peak about Dec 15 but Treasury officials appar ently are bothered more about the prospect of continued short ages than about t h e current dearth of change Treasury spokesman ex pressed the concgrp in a state ment The Philadelphia and Denver mints working on virtually a 24hour sevenday week basis will produce 41 billion pieces of change in the year which ends next June 30 but it has been estimated that the nations commerce could use six billion hostages EDITORS NOTE Associ jrfed Prevs staffwriter Jorge Carwlas has Visited thefour wo hostageby tin at CatavijBoMvia ORURO Bolivia AP The four Americans and 11 other hostages heldby rebellious Bo liyian tin miners are crammec night into one room 18 by 12jfeet and sleep on the floor without mattresses They all appearin good health but seenrunderstandably con cerned and annoyed attheir un expectedimprisonment now in its fifth day The hostages were inter viewed by newsmen at nearby Tuesday for the first time since they were taken pris oner jFr id ay in retaliation for he governments arrest of two Communist labor leaders Irineo Pihientel and Federico Esco aar Under a close guard the news menwere led into two small rooms at the headquarters of he mine union and met the lostages who also include a West German a Dutchman and nine Bolivian technicians ThomasVMartin 27 of New York a USInformation serv ce officer said he and the other Americans were arrested after a dinner Friday night at the lome of Cornelius Bloot a Dutch mine manager We jusfwant to be set said Michael A Krustuja of Cadillac Mich information chief for the Alliance for Prog ress in Bolivia i Robert Fergerstrom of Hono ulu PeaceCorps volunteer said all the hostages weris well Bernard Rifkin 52 of Mont clair NJ a officer s the fourth American Newsmen asked Bolivian Vice resident Juan Lechin the min ts leader why the hostages were not being kept at the mines comfortable guest house He replied union headquarters movided better security SURPRISE Sinatra Sr drives hisrcar through the gates of the home ofhis exwife Nancy after a surprise flight from Reno Nev where he has been the past several days dur ing the search for his son Frank Jr for buck ducks flood city f you still want to buy a duck for a buck youre out of luck Mason City Park Suptl Floyd Kinnan Tuesday an nounced that the East Park duck population was getting too big ancl the downy animals would oe sold for each Ive had orders for 156 ducks so farthis Kinnan said wearily Wed nesday a lot of calls when you get two or three orders at a time Duck lovers arent ly out of tuckpthdugh Kin nan said he expects the ducks to be back at the samenum ber next fall Until them how ever wfil be Veluckl ing prospective buyers Connolly is hospitalized AUSTIN Tex W Gov John 3 Connally who was wounded by the sniper who killed Presi dent Kennedy is back in a hos pital for treatment of anin lamed right leg v Photofax who was found safe The elder Sinatra and his unidentified companions in the car left Nancys home after Sinatra hatd conferred with her and their son A short time later Sinatra returned to the home i WASHINGTONkAP The Senate his sent to President college construction aid bill hailed by its supporters most important measure of its kind in a century Democratic leaders said jubi lantly after the 5427 vote that they looked to education as the brightest feature on the record of the 1963 session of Congress Theysaidthe college meas ure would be folio wed perhaps late this week by lion vocational education bill on whichSenateHouse confer ees reached final agreement Tuesday And they pointed to the million medical education bill carrying funds to build new jpedical and dental schools and to make loans to students in hese fields signed Sept 24 by the late President Kennedy Under the college bill the na tions 2100 private and public colleges would be eligible for aid to help in building class rooms laboratories and librar ies The threeyear measure au thorizes annually million in grants to fouryear colleges million in loanT for the same institutions million in grants for public junior and million the first year plus million each the second andthird for grants to graduate schools The programs would be on a matching basis Shopping days till Christmas Frank unhurt Frank Sinatras 19yearold singer son kidnaped at Lake Tahoe and belt blindf oldedi 54 hours was re on a stree Wednesdays afterkfsecret maneu vers in which Hisfatherpaid a Jang 1116 FBI conducted an in tensive search for the abductors but would say nothingabou progress Frank Sinatra Jr whose goa is to duplicate his famous1 fath entertainment success was taken atgunpoint Sunday night from amotel on the California Nevada border just before casino singing engagement A private policeman pa trolling the exclusive BelAir district picked up the blindfold still dangling from his neck after he heard a shout of Hey from darkness behind his car The patrolman drove him to the nearby home of the boys Mrs Nancy Sinatra long divorced from the actor singer THre emerging from the the car where he had hidden to avoid newsmen came dramatic reunion The elder Sinatra who had been negotiating vith the gang since Monday and flew here Tuesday night for the payoff lost tiis look of haggard tenseness he greeted his son FatherIm sorry the youth said Sorry Sorry for what said Sinatra embracing him Young Frank then embraced his mother who broke down and wept Dont cry mother Im well Im in good shape Young Sinatra went to bed without talking to newsmen but a spokesman said he probably would do so later in the day Sinatra observing his birthday spoke briefly to news men saying This is about as ood a birthday present as I could ask He continued Frank junior didnt sec much of the men He was blind as PEACE WINNERDrPSus Pauling California Institute of s Technology professor was awarded the 1962 Nobel Peace Prize medal in Oslo Norway A sum of goes with the award folded most of the time He saic iomething to me about being in more automobile trunks than anyone else in the world The first phone call I got from he kidnapers let me know they had the boy andthat he wasal right The man I talked to sounded like he meant business I spoke to Frank By tele shone twice They took him out of the mo el without socks and let him wander around in the snowwith just a Tshirt on He wasn bothered physically but pretty weary I talked to him a 9 oclockTuesday night am Tuesday afternoon in Reno In Reno I got a call to b here home another call They told me Get 1 got it The money was i small tens fifties hundreds K I came here and got a coupl more telephone calls They tol meto go to av servicestationa Camdenand I dont remembe the other street Then I had t goto another service station fTheri they took me off th thing and a federal man took over as courier Then I a telephone call from a man who said he dropped the boy off at Mulhol land and the Freeway We wen out but couldnt find him Sinatra said the payoff poin was on Wilshire Boulevard in West Los Angeles and no dea was made to protect the abduc ors after they received the ran soni Theyre on their own now1 he said Young Sinatra apparently v driven the 485 miles from the Lake Tahoe area to HoUywopc in ihe trunk of a car California andNevada authorities relaxed certainroadblocks in che area presumably after the ransom demand Young Sinatra was quoted by the patrolman who found him as saying he thought there were ut three in the gang The elder Sinatra said he Jthought there might be as many as nine George C Jones of the Bel Air Patrol a private service hat watches exclusive homes in he area said young Sinatra told lim he walked two miles after eing dropped every time a car came by for fear his captors might be after him again When he saw the patro car he hailed it DOCTOR DIES HOLLYWOOD UPI Dr Jabriel Scgall 68 a physician o many Hollywood personal ies as well as the late Dr Al bcrt Einstein died Tuesday DBS MOINES AP Atty Gen Evan Hultman will come forward for the first time Dec 20 with a legislative reappor tionment plan of his own Hultman has carefully kept h i s feelings on reapportion ment to himself while represent ing the state in a suit in US District Court jAs attorney for the state he defended both the present sys tem of apportionment and the proposed Shaff Plan But She court has held that the present system is unsatisfactory be cause it is unfair to many citi has own reapportionment plan Tl AflH Ill a n 1 zens And the voters on Dec 3 rejected the Shaff plan Hultman now finds his role switched Instead of defending an existing or proposed plan he will be advocating one he will outline to the three federal judges He will not talk much about the plan before presenting it to the court But he told The Asso ciated Press in an interview Ploase dont call it the Hult man plan It actually will be an outline in general form rather than a specific plan I have to come up with something that will be approved by the Federal Court the leg 4 islature and the people And I have just until a week from Fri day to do it With the last he glanced at his desk It was piled high with his file on the problem Hultmans mention of legisla tive and popular approval of the it a tip that he has a special legislative session in mind Through regular sessions the people could not vote on a new proposal before 1967 A special session could bring it to a vote two years earlier The court by beginning hearings so soon after the Dee 3 election has indicat ed that it opposes a delay It would be up to Gov Harold Hughes to call a special session He has said he hopes to wait un til the Federal Court rules be fore deciding whether to do so Hultman said he and Hughes have not discussed the proposal Hultman will make in court There is a chance that the two will oppose each other for gov ernor next year Hughes a Democrat is expected to try for a second twoyear term HuK man appears the strongest like ly contender for the Republican nomination for governor The court hearing Dec 20 will give Hultman a chance to start scratch with a new propos al rather than defend one al ready before the court The problem he saidj is to find a plan which will assure a fair voice to the masses living in urban areas while guarding the rights citizens I think I have such a plan he said Hold up prior Will survey closer route t The Iowa State Highway rommission Wednesday or dered a detailed survey of an alternate route of Inter state 35 that would pass Between Mason City and Lake The surveyVhad been re quested by the Mason City Committee for Interstate 35 Harry Bradley Jr Des Koines commission chairman told the GlobeGazette that the engineering study will not take more than three months It will not delay the future arogramming of Interstate 35 to the north he said The Mason City Committee or Interstate 35 had suggested ftree possible diagonals leav ing the Highway 69 corridor at points between Belmona and Klemme then going 1 northeast ward to a point near the Mason City Airport It would then head directly northward to an Interstate 35 control point near Albert Lea Minn Bradley said engineers will decide placement of thediag onal He added that as of to day the alternate route is on a line just west of the Mason City Airport This would puWhekerstate route near the eastedge of Clear Lake and about six or seven miles from Mason Citv I The Mason City comrnittee originally had suggested a cor The Globes Iowa Line The GlobeGazeKes distance telephone wire was used to rather Information for thlj article idor east of the airport but eft specific routing to engi neers It had been pointed out by committee that this alternate route would not isolate any North Iowa community in the The survey orderedWednes day by the highway commission vill permit accurate compari son of construction and rightof vay costs between the Mason ity alternate and the tentative that would parallel High vay 69 through North Iowa Bradley said appears that the Mason City route for all practical pur oses is the same mileage as he one along Highway 69 said Bradley This Mason City plan vould provide a diagonal rout ng in Iowa instead of Minne sota in effect this will wipe out he roaduser benefit that we had originally on the Highway 9 route Bradley was referring to the arlier comparison between cor idors along Highway 69 and lighway 65 The Highway 65 route which vould have passed between Ma on City and Clear Lake was ejected last June largely be a use it was 58 miles longer The commission engineers lied a roaduser formula and stimated it would cost rootor sts an additional million INTERSTATE Please turn to Page 2 SAME   

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