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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 30, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             The North Iowas Doily Newspaper VOL 103 newspaper that North lowans neighbors LOBEGAZETTE Home Edition CM United rull MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 30 1963 Piper Consists of Two SectionsSection One NP 277 Foreign aid bill passed HIH y loss is By LARRY FULLER GlobeGazette Staff Writer Cleanup operations day6 a riy Sun Whkh had moved stock in an s spread were back in business M would run not over and may be less 12 North Iowa towns hours Sunday to bring battled d most of the belongings of two were lost m the fire No injuries to either fire The Town Cafe in one building at 107 E Elmbre a vacant building next to it at E Elmore former ly occupied by Smiths Jewelry Store and a third Md ing adjacent to the east the Friendly PoolHall 109 E Elmore were destroyed by the fire The IOOF Hall extending above both the cafe jewelry store and an apart ment above the pool hall oc cupied by Mr and Mrs Archie Luttrell and their son also were lost A vacant corrugated iron building behind the pool hall formerly occupied by the Hut Tavern also was ruined by the fire fPartiallyidamaged in the fire were the rear of the Club 113 E Elmore and the reVpf an apartment ibove it occupied by Sylvan Michalek and his two Manly fire victims given aid Manly residents Sunday night and morning pitched in to help neighbors who lost their homes or businesses in the downtown fire Sunday A fund to help the Sylvan Michalek and Archie tuttrell families which lost most of their belongings in the fire has been started Contributions are being left at the Park Grill Cafe 128 E Elmore The only thingwe can plaji for now is to find a place to start over Mrs Luttrell said The family lost everything when fire spread through the apartment above the Friendly Pool Hall Their son Thomas 13 had contracted mumps the day before the fire The Luttrells now are staying at the home of Mrs Abbie Weit zel who owns the Luttrell apart ment Michalek his son James 13 and daughter Joyce 14 are staying at the home of Mrs Chris Husted Murray Hill Man ly Another son John 15 is liv ing with Mr and Mrs Maurice Lane in Manly The Michaleks are hoping to find another apartment Mr and Mrs Ronald Stauner and their son Bradley are liv ing with her parents Mr and Mrs MauriceLane at Manly They plan to stay until warmer weather Mrs Stauner said The Stauners furniture which saved was taken to a gar age at the home of Stauners sons i 7 The front part of both the Rail FIRE SPREADS Firemen work in Manly shortly before 3 am lub and Club and the Michalek fighting operations began shortly before am and continued throughout mid morning were complicated by a sudden spread of thefire about 3 am followed by a drop in wa ter pressure According to Manly Ffre Chief John Barta the fire started in the vacant store WAX 4 f WiAX iL to halt the spread of a outbreak of theibbFHail buildings right are the Manly Signal newspaper 103 E by the Smiths Jewelry the IOOF thTcafe v 7 auMi pninugrapner iool Hall and an apartment above it H3 The Iowa State 12 More fire pictures on page Smiths parents Mr and Mrs J J Stauner Manly Mr and Mrs Kenneth Carl have moved to an apartment building in northwest Manly owned by Dr R B Spearing The Stauners and Carls lived in apartments above the Poden dorf Pharmacy Podendorfs which had mod erate smoke damage moved stock back Monday morning from the vacant Manly Bakery across the street Except for the soda fountain the store was open Monday Mrs William Pinta clerk at the Iowa State Liquor Store 115 E Elmore said she is waiting for the state fire marshal and real estate men to determine the fitness of the building before she can move the stock backjn All the liquor is stored in the bakery Roy Gallion secretary of IOOF Manly Lodge 651 said in surance partially covered the building and its contents but it was not nearly enough to cover replacement costs Gallion said the lodge will ask for a dispensation tfi hold a special meeting before Jan 7 Members will then discuss the future of the lodge he said formerly occupied by Jewelry Barta said Sunday morning it vas too early to determine the cause or make an accurate es timate of the damage He said the state fire marshals office will be called in later this week for aid in the investigation Manly firemen sid the first report of the fire was turned in by Luttrell about am About five minutes later aid from Mason City Plymouth Kensett and Northwood was re quested Two witnesses who arrived at the fire shortly after Manly to run he will seek the Republican nomination for governor and his family pose in firemen said they saw only light puffs of smoke coming f r o m the second floor of the IOOF Hall Donald Walk an em ploye of Podendorf Pharmacy said she saw Mrs Luttreli standing in front of the door way to the stairs leading up to her apartment She Mrs Luttrell told me that her bathroom was filled with smoke and that her hus band had run to the funeral home to call the fire depart ment Mrs Walk said As soon as I got there I ran to get the keys for the drug store and call the owner Brian Finn a linotype opera MANLY Please turn to page 2 Lots of work no money for Osage thieves OSAGE Thieves got little money for a lot of hard work in ra breakin at the Mitchell County Courthouse here over the weekend Despite two major attempts to gain entrance to the vault in the treasurers 6 f f i c e the thieves had to settlefor some petty cash takenfrom the desks in other offices of the ghuilding The breakin some time between pm Satur day when janitor Lloyd Mack left the building and 9 am Sun day when he returned Neither of the locks on the two outside doors were forced leading police officials to believe entrance mayhave been gained by one of the thieves hiding in the building until Mack left and then letting in his accomplices Main target for the thieves was the vault in treasurer Lows Halvorsons office The thieves knocked a four by six inch hole in a 35inch thick brick wall between the office and the vault roorti They also tried to drill a hole down into the vault from a secondfloor office Even if the thieves had gained entrance to the vault room they would have been in for some ad ditional work What little money was left in the vault after Hal WI4 W1 yorson banked Saturday mornitee and met Simon the Fisher Heidi 8 Susan 11 Mrs Hultman Hult man and Steven 9 Nazareth prepares for the visit of Pope Paul Sunday and worked as a carpenter is busily preparing for the arrival of the man Roman Catholics re gard as the vicar of Christ According to Christian tradi was in Nazareth that the Virgin JVIary learned she was to give birth to the Messiah it was here that Jesus spent a great part of His life before em barking on the road that led to Calvary It was from here that He descended to the Sea of Gal SAME ing had been placed in a safe with a combination lock The doors of other offices in the courthouse had been forced and desk drawers had been ran sacked A pop cooler in the hall also had been forced open Mitchell County Sheriff Mer yel Angell said Monday that he is following several leads The Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investi gation is aiding Angell in the investigation pics have Nazareth man whom He named Peter Roman Catholics consider Peter their first Pope Next Sunday Pope 1aul VI will become the first head of the Roman Catholic Church since Peter to set foo on this soil He will find a city that in many ways is a microcosm of the segmented Christian Church that he hopes one day to unite and in a larger sense he will God situated in the Vatican but pray in Arabic in stead of Latin There are about 3000 Roman Catholics in the t r1C ci T ivuinan uatnolics jn the heart of the State of Israel has city The remaining Christians an overwhelmingly Arab popujbelong to one of several Proles 13L1OIV lation Christians of one persua sion or most of ancestors were converted hun dreds of years ago in the days of the Crusades comprise about half the citys 28000 pop ulation tant denominations Pope Paul VI will spend 75 minutes in the long est stop on his llhour itinerary m Israel He Mass at the Grotto of the Annunciation where Christians believe the V w 111C The largest group of Naiarene Gabriel told Mary of v the comine birfh The Christians is the Greek Ortho dox followed by the Greek On the inside Editorials 4 the coming birth The Grotto Church is being rebuilt over the remains of three earlier ones Nazareth has almost 30 churches their grounds cover more than a third of the citys area His formal notice is no surprise DES MOINES AP Atty Gen Evan Hultman Monday confirmed months of specula tion by officially announcing his candidacy for the Republi can nomination for governor The 38yearold Waterloo law yer is the only GOP candidate to announce for governor in next years elections There have been indications that he will be the only Repub lican to seek the job as stand ard bearer for his party in what is expected to be a tough race against Democratic Gov Har old Hughes Hughes is expect ed to seek a second term al though he has not made public his plans Hultman has said in speeches recently that Hughes will be a formidable opponent The im age he has left is very positive The twoterm attorney gencr 0 promised in his announce ment statement to take a stand and make my position on the important questions of the day clear and evident This great state of ours can only achieve the dynamic growth of which it is capable with positive far sighted executive leadership Hultman had planned to an nounce his candidacy on at least two earlier occasions but changed his plans after the as sassination of President Kenne dy on Nov 22 and again when Hultman had to represent the state in a reapportionment hear In many ways Nazareth re re Society news 789mains a city out of its time North Iowa news 12Primitivc shops and stalls Sporting news the narrow streets that Mason City news upward into the hills of IBGalilee Shops display water Clear Lake news and vases and straw bas Transt timetable 20 kcts and copper plates made by Classified 2021 native craftsmen a Federal Court ing before panel It is no secret that Hultman ias been aiming for the No I job in Iowa government several years Iowas stake in better gov HULTMAN Please turn to page 2 billion forLBJ to spend Wheat credit goes through BULLETIN WASHINGTON 88th Congress adjourned irs session Monday after passing d compromise for eign aid bill WASHINGTON AP The Senate today passed and sent to the White House a compro mise foreign aid mon ey bill giving the President au thority to guarantee credit for private commodity sales to Communist nations The action paving the way for the adjournment of Con gress came after Republican protests against President John sons insistence on interrupting the Senates brief Christmas hol iday to win final passage They argued the measure could have gone over to the new session opening Jan 7 Final passage came with the voice vote adoption of a com promise ly cleared by the House at its unprecedented early morning session Dec 24 allowing John son to grant credits for com modity sales to the Soviet bloc if he determines it is in the national interest and advises Congress within 30 days The Senate earlier had ap proved the Conference report which embraced the money items in the bill by a vote of 4614 All that remained after that was the formal acceptance of a minor amendment aimed at limiting the employment of thirdcountry nationals on US sponsored foreign aid projects abroads and the amendment dealing with credit sales to the Soviet bloc Both were accepted by voice votes The only roll call came on approval of the money items in the bill Voting to approve the money items were 40 Democrats and 16 Republicans Seven Demo crats and seven Republicans opposed Early birds see colorful lunar eclipse Only the early bird got to see the total eclipse of the moon Monday Mrs Henry Borgcr 905 N Van Buren was one Mrs Borger reported to the Globe Monday that she was up at am watching the spectacle through binoculars I saw a beautiful display of colors she related The lunar eclipse which be gan at and lasted until is caused when the earths shadow hides the moon Wires service stories indi cated the unusually colorful display was caused by sun rays filtering through vol canic dust which was hurled into the atmosphere during an eruption on the island of Bali earlier this year North Weather outlook Partly cloudy and warmer tor Monday night and Tuesday Lows Monday night iero to S above Highs Tuesday in low 20s Weather dettils on page 2   

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