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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 1, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper EdiUd for ttu The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated Press and United Press International full Icase Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 10c a Paper of Two No 304 Cyprus peace prospects brighten Ranger 6 may hit moon on Sunday PASADENA Calif W Scientists were jubilant Saturday that the camera packed Ranger 6 spacecraft was heading directly to an area on the moon under consideration for future as tronaut landings If all goes well Ranger 6 should hit the moon at am CST Sunday The spacecraft was launched from Cape Kennedy Fla Wed nesday Its course was cor rected in midflight early Fri day to aim it within a 150mile diameter circle on the fiat plain cnown as Mare Tranquillitatis or the Sea of Tranquility In the last 10 minutes of flight 900 miles before impact six cameras aboard the space craft arc supposed to start tak ng the first of more than 3000 pictures The lirst photos radioed in a steady stream to earth should show surface areas of 151000 and 16800 square miles taken by two wideangle cameras Areas of 9480 and 1950 square miles are the targets of four narrowangle cameras Closeup pictures just before US denies part in Panama riots WASHINGTON Deny ing Panamas charges of ag gression the United States told the Organization of American States an investigation would show the Panamanian sovern ment was inciting the people o attack and violence in the canal dispute Mobs infiltrated and led by impact sohuld show about half a square mile The wideangle cameras are to take 117 pic lues each the narrowangle cameras 714 each Ranger 6s target area was chosen so cameras would catch sharp shadow from slanting sun rays The shadows will help scij enlists determine how rough or smooth the surface may be vij Lai information for spaceman landings The United States Apollo Project is scheduled to put a man on the moon by the end of the decade The best previous moon pic tures were from the Soviet Un ions Lunik 3 in 1959 It shot 33 mm film developed il and ra dioed back about 30 pictures from distances between 43498 and 4375 miles from the moon Scientists at Jet Propulsion Laboratory who built the Rang er series and are tracking and guiding No 6 told newsmen Friday it appears the shot isj nearly perfect If it continues a Greece Turkey like proposal LONDON ffl Prospects for adoption of a US British plan to send an Allied peacekeeping force to yprus brightened Saturday after Turkey had approved he idea and Greek leaders had been reported backing he proposal The plan will have to be approved by the Greek 3ypriot president Archbishop Makarios But Makarioa indicated he will veto n I it unless the force is Rights debate serene WASHINGTON civil rights debate that opened in un expected serenity continues Sat urday with the bills supporters an swerable to the U N Se curity Council The West ern Allies are not likely to approve such a demand be cause this would give the Soviet Union a voice in the matter Turkish Cypriots at the Lon don peace conference also have objected to the plan but for dif ferent reasons They claim the proposal would not permit rein forcement of Turkeys 650man garrison stationed on Cyprus un 4 in hospital after accident in Riceville RICEVILLE Four North lowans are hospitalized as the result of injuries suffered in a onecar accident here Fridaj night Hospitalized at Rochester Minn are Mrs Violet Losee 36i Mclntirc and Mrs Doris Mincks 31 Calmar Hospitalized at Osage are Mrs Losees son Kenneth 15 and Edward Acker man 16 Riceville All were riding in a car driven by Mrs Losee which went out of control when it hit a slick spot on Highway 9 on the cast edge of Riceville The car traveling west struck two trees and hit a parked car belonging to Joseph Havlik Elma About damage was done to the Havlik car and the Losee car was a complete loss according to Howard County Sheriff Percy Haven who in vestigated the accident No one was in the Havlik car at the time of the accident Mrs Losee is suffering from severe chest injuries and bad bruises Mrs Mincks suffered severe head injuries and lacera tions Kenneth Losee sustained internal injuries extremists including persons trained in Communist couti ries assaulted the US con rolled Canal Zone Ellsworth 3unker new US ambassador to the OAS told the hemisphere organization Friday US forces never attempted Lo enter Panama but acted only to protect the lives and proper ty of its citizens he said No small portion of the Panaman ian casualties were caused the Panamanians themselves Panamas charge of aggres sion by the United States pre sented to the OAS by Panaman ian Ambassador Miguel More no grtw out of the rioting and ighting along the Canal Zones Borders Jan 9 and 10 Moreno speaking before Ells worth said the mob violence was spontaneous caused by anger at Americans who pre vented the flying of Panamas final course adjustment may not be necessary they said BRONZE MEDAL WINNER Jean Saubert of Lakeview Ore is shown in action in the womens slalom ski race of the Winter Olympics at Lizum Aus tria near Innsbruck Saturday She Photofax brought the United States its first medal of the games by finishing in third place See details on sports page Ignores De Gaulles proposal Khanh wants Western aid wondering how long the smooth sailing will last For nearly five hours Friday the explosive issue was dis cussed in generally calm and reasoned tones with even a few okes thrown in and applause generously afforded most speak ers Thaf took care of almost half he time allotted for debate and House leaders hope to clear up the rest Saturday so that real fighting over amendments can begin Monday All next week has been set aside for consider ng amendments The prevailing calm did no over up the sharp difference etween North and South on the l which would provide broad new federal powers to combat der a treaty It appeared the next step would be for Turkey and Greece to join the United States and Britain to present the plan for mally to Makarios and Dr Fazil Kutchuk the TurkishCypriot vice president The USBritish plan present ed at the London conference Fri day would station a force of not ess than 10000 men from North SAIGON South Viet Nam drew no official comment AP Maj Gen Nguyen relations Between prance and Khanh South Viet Nams new military strong man appealed Saturday for Western support flag in their nations territory and due to inept action by US authorities Panama calicd for Fridays meeting of the OAS council un der terms o fthe Rio de Janeiro treaty which provides that each of the hemispheres Republics will help another threatened by aggression North Iowa Weather outlook Fair Saturday cloudy Saturday night ana Sunday Lows Saturday in the 20s High Sunday near SO Weather details on page 2 of his countrys war against the Communists Ignoring French President Charles de Gaulles proposal to neutralize Southeast Asia in a pact with Communist China Khanh told the Saigon diplomat ic corps he is confident the Viet namese people and the rest of the free world would continue material and moral support oi the struggle against communism here Although repetition of the French proposal at De Gaulle news conference in Paris Fri South Viet Nam remained seri ously strained Some sources predicted a break After the champagne recep tion Khanh 36 told newsmen a decision on his countrys rela tions with Paris would be ex tremely difficult In a cryptic style reminiscent of De Gaulle himself the strong man added We shall handle our enemies and the friends of our enemies in our own way WONT CUT GRASS ORFORDVILLE Wis UPI Chief Robert Schulz who resigned after he said he was required to cut grass has been granted a raise by the village board which refused to accept the res ignation NGUYEN KHANH Khanh was far more blunt Fri day About the time De Gaull made his statement in Paris Khanh accused the French leac er of attempting to impose rutalizing policy on South Viet Tam and of blatantly interfer ng in its affairs At the reception Khanh ex hanged pleasantries with rench Charge dAffaires George Perruche and told him You are welcome with us to ay but I hope all the world is ware of the North Vietnamese aggression South Viet Nams deposed premier Nguyen Ngoc Tho made a surprise appearance at he reception Khanh said he vould keep Tho in office until a new government is formed Tho who has been in govern ment continuously for 30 years said he expects to return to pri vate life in a week to 10 days Khanh said he will retain tem porarily all ministers in a care aker government except the generals arrested during the oup Wednesday for allegedly conspiring with the French to neutralize the country Khanh said the new regime will be a government of nation al union but we do not yet knov what form it will take It will be necessary to move slowlv bu surely in creating a new govern ment He madeit plain to the diplo mats he was in charge He said he would leave Saigon Monday or a tour of military units in he countryside as the first step n taking personal command of he war effort against the Viet ong guerrillas After the other diplomats had eft US Ambassador Henrj labot Lodge remained behinc and was overheard advising Oianh to seek popular suppori from his people You should deliver a fire side chat as soon as possible Lodge said And get it printed distribute it as movies and so on as soon as possible Atlantic Treaty Organization NATO countries on Cyprus The United States would con tribute 2000 men discrimination But de spite their fierce objections the Southerners took almost no ad antage of the many opportuni ies in the House rules to delay he proceedings Only once was debate interrupted by a demand hat a quorum or majority be mustered Instead speakers on both sides called repeatedly for calm debate with Rep Clarence J Brown ROhio perhaps putting t best when he said Let us lave the House demonstrate to the world that on legislation of his importance we can act in he cool light of reason fairly justly properly The House leaders expect the measure to be passed without being seriously amended by Feb 11 then on to the Senate and a likely filibuster For its part the Senate ran into some unusual trouble Fri day on the tax cut not enough talk It adjourned after only 2 hours and 38 minutes because there werent enough senators on hand to keep debate rolling Besides the United States and Britain the peacekeeping force reportedly would come from Tur key Greece West Germany It aly and possibly France Brit ain Turkey and Greece are the guarantors of the independence of Cyprus under the islandg 1960 constitution and the agree ments which made it independ ent The Turkish government an nounced approval in Ankara aft er three Cabinet sessions which ended after midnight Under the USBritish plan a neutral power will be asked to mediate the islands bitter inter communal conflicts which have erupted into bloody clashes be tween Greek and Turkish Cyp riots Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Newman Surveyor 5 Church news 67 Society news 89 Clear Lake news 10 Sports news 1112 Mason City news 1415 Comics 16 Classified pages 1819 North Iowa news 20 Smoking among school children If its so bad why do our parents do it SICK FISH Even triplefiltered smoke from a cou ple of cigarettes can make a little fish mighty sick instructor Lowell Cook shows Carleen Edeker in his Roosevelt Junior High School seventhgrade science class In spite of the cigarettes own filter a tar trap and two pieces of filter paper smoke bubbling through water in the flask does the fish obvious could kill except that the demonstration is always stopped before that point This is just one of the school systems ways of telling the tobacco story to Mason Citys younger generation Editors Note This is the last in a series of four articles on cigarette smoking among Mason City public school stu dents By JAMES R OWENS Mason City school teachers believe they are doing a good ob of telling facts about tobacco to the communitys young peo ple But they know that the best possible job on their part is not going to stop children from choosing to smoke The information for pupils is sometimes presented dramat ically Seventh graders watch a small fish become unmistake ably sickened in a fiask of smoky water and are invited to judge the benefits of tobacco smoke Senior high students see a film presentation on how tobac co material can induce cancer ir rats Fifth and sixth graders are siown slides on the workings of Umgs and the amounts of lung cancer among smokers as com pared with nonsmokers There is also a simple factual approach as when a sixth grad er reads in his text a listing of eight specific poisons or poison ous gases in tobacco smoke But a question from a Roose velt School sixthgrader fol lowing an American Cancer So ciety slide program points up the main problem The question If our parents think its so bad for us to smoke why do our parents still do it It was the first question in the class discussion on smoking and one that was echoed in later questions and comments More than one in the class for in stance had noted the fact that firemen have been pictured smoking at fires recently get ting a double dose of smoke so to speak The teacher Robert Butcher in this case could point out that growing persons are more harmed by poisons than are adults He could repeat that adults acquired the cigarette habit before dangers were well known a point the slide pro gram had also made u 1 But the teacher admittedly could not really justify adult be hcvier The class took the opportu nity to learn more about tobacco and its effects Most members but half a dozen of 31 experimented with smoking they indicated by show of hands They could answer some questions on the unpleas antness of smoke from exper ience But they also are well awara that adults find something in the habit that is hard to give up and they quoted parents and neighbors directly This is the problem John Tidball Roosevelt Elementary School principal said We can give them more information and better information but that is not enough child is learning all time Tidball said and the school has only a small per centage of that lime Behavior SMOKING turn to   

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