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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated Press and United Press International Full Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6 1964 10n a Paper Consists of Two One No 31ft astro threatens V Vows to cut off water supply to Guantanamo navy base Close Bam a school Water trouble halts integration TUSKEGEE Ala which damaged a filter plant left rural Nolasulga perilously short of water and brought the closing of the towns schools in cluding one which is the center of racial conflict Mayor James Rea of Notasul ga said it was necessary to close the schools because of the wa ter shortage Six tried to at tend classes at Notasulga High School under federal court or der Wednesday but were turned back by Rea who invoked a new city fire prevention ordinance Rea said he suspects arson in the filter plant fire Wednesday night which left the commu nitys 1200 residents with only a 36hour supply of water State authorities began an im mediate investigation Rea said emergency water conservation measures possibly would stretch the water supply until next week when the filter plant is expecter1 to be repaired He said these emergency meas ures include the closing of the schools The broke out shortly aft er the Justice Department asked a federal judge at Montgomery f ki Photofax BALD FACTS Drs Howard Buechner with gleaming bald pate and Morton Brown with small bald spot reached conclusion that lung cancer strikes three to four times as often in men with bountiful hair after studying hair patterns of patients for three years They think that the genetic factors causing baldness could provide some sort of resist ance to lung cancer Anyway Dr Buechner decided hed continue smoking cigarettes His colleague with more hair is a nonsmoker hove less cancer n Jail 3 Yanks in Olympics Charged with taking car INNSBRUCK Austria UT members of the U S skier and two tobogganists were ar rested at the Winter Olym pics Thursday for stealing a car and disturbing the peace a police spokesman said A police spokesman said the Americans apparently were having a blowout after those weeks of restricted life in the Olympic Village He said he expected authorities to be len ient A spokesman said Bill Ma roll a 20yearold skier of Aspen Colo George Farmer 25year THEIR MOTHER SLAIN BURIED IN COAL BIN Three of the five chil dren of Mrs Elizabeth Lynch 22 killed and her body hidden in a coal bin in her Philadelphia home sit in a police car with candy given them by policemen Police were holding the womans hus Photofax band John 24 left for questioning after he surrendered and said he killed his wife after an argument The chil dren are Elizabeth 4 James 2 Sara 3 Other two children are John Jr 6 and Anthony 1 Army units on alert TUSKEGEE Ala Infantry units have been placed on alert at Ft Benning Ga for possible use in Ala bamas latest racial crisis at Notasulga r to prohibit Rea and others from further interference in the school desegregation A hearing was scheduled for Friday in Opelika on a govern ment suit challenging Reas use of the fire prevention ordinance lo keep the Negro pupils out of the school At Washington a Justice De partment spokesman said the government entered the case at the request of the court during the original Tuskegce High School integration suit last year Twelve Negro pupils were or dered transferred lo the Nota sulga and Shorter high schools by US Dist Judge Frank M Johnson Jr after the State School Board closed Tuskegee High as an economic liability White pupils quit Tuskegee High after it was integrated last year They are attending other NEW ORLEANS UP Dr Morton Brown with a mop of long black hair and a small bald spot said You smoke too much Youll wind up with lung can cer Dr Howard A Buechner his bald pate agleam puffed his cigarette and replied Nonsense Ive never seen a baklbeacled man with lung cancer That conversation three years ago was the seed of a research project Thursday the results were in The conclusion of the two New Orleans physi cians Lung cancer strikes three to four times as often in men with bountiful hair as in men with bald spots The physicians examined the hair patterns of 186 lung cancer patients at the Veterans Adminis tration hospital here where both are on the staff Only 19 of the 186 were bald For comparison they examined the hair patterns of 250 men chosen at random in the hospital Of these 86 were bald In other words the doctors said in a report to a recent meeting of the College of Chest Physicians the incidence of crown baldness was three to four times as great among our random group as among the lung cancer patients The doctors say they cant explain their find ings But they have a theory Perhaps whatever genetic factors cause baldness may also provide some sort of resistance to lung cancer old tobogganist of Seattle and lis teammate Mike Hessel 21 Eugene Ore were arrested after a chase by two police pa British troops rush into Cyprus fighting trol cars bruck in downtown Inns All three were charged with theft Marolt who allegedly drove the car was also charged with driving without a license the spokesman said A spokesman for the US Olympic team declined to make any comment on the incident American Olympic officials said that at worst the entire af fair was only a lark The police spokesman Chief NICOSIA Cyprus UPI British troops were rushed to the countryside southeast of Nicosia Thursday and halted a pitched Battle between Greek and Turk sh Cypriots The fighting the second alter cation in two days started after two Greeks were killed and a third wounded Thursday morn ing on a country road near the village of Athieunou about i miles southeast of Nicosia Heavy fighting was reported going on when a company of the British rifle brigade reached the scene A oneday emergency airlift of US dependents from Cyprus capped what a US Embassy statement called an organized campaign in the Greek Cypriot press against the United States The bombings underscored Greek Cypriot opposition lo a BritishAmerican proposal for the North Atlantic Treaty Or ganization peacekeeping force Archbishop Makarios the Greek Cypriot president de wo Greeks and one Turk have Commissioner Karl Hampl gave this account The three were returning to the Olympic Village from a par ty in an Innsbruck night club hey told police questioners hey found an unlocked car arkcd in a dark street and de Try to shake Hoffa witness7 testimony public school schools or a private Gave it a try Quits smoking Many have complained cf the difficulty of quitting cig arettes since the government report that smoking shortens life George A Romey father of R E Romey Mason City realtor hasnt kept track but says be has smoked for about 25 years He quit Jan 1 I didnt decide to quit he says I Just quit He had his 90th birthday last fall North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy snow flurries strong northerly winds and locally colder Thursday night lows 15 20 Friday mostly cloudy oc casiorial snow flurries likely forenoon Slowly diminishing winds and colder highs in upper 20s on page 2 CHATTANOOGA Tenn UPI The defense in the jury tampering trial of James R Hoffa Thursday launched an at tack on the credibility of a key government witness who described himself as a repentant sinner Hoffa defense lawyer Harry Berke asked trial judge Frank Wilsoon for wide latitude in his crossexamination of Edward Partin a teamster official who testified that Hoffa had tried to fix a jury We want to test this mans credibilily and prove he was biased and prejudiced Berke said glaring at the witness Im not ashamed of my past Because Ive lived it down Partin replied I believe that what they build churches for to repent from sins Inside The Globe GARNERriding high ii basketball Page 11 2120 GRADE school mu sicians here Saturday Page 15 Editorials Society news 78 Cub Gazette 10 Sports news 1112 Clear Lake news 13 Mason City news1415 Classified pages 1819 North Iowa news 20 Berke told the court thai artin had a record of a riminal offense a crime not escribed committed in hi oulh Ive had a full pardon in Ihe yes of the law and of God bu pparently not in your eyes artin told the attorney Unti met Mr Hoffa I never hac nother charge against me Hoffa and five others are barged with attempting to ribe and influence jurors in lie union leaders 1962 con piracy trial at Nashville ided lo take it out for a ide joy ended Wednesday night after carrying 572 American women and children to nearby Beirut Lebanon More than half the 1200 American dependents on the Mediterranean island decided to evacuation the bomb vork of heinous criminals While planes ferried the Vmericans lo Beirut 160 miles o the southeast British troops novecl into the coastal town of aphos in an effort lo end two ays of fighting between Greek and Turkish Cypriots At least With Marolt at the wheel hey crisscrossed the downtown section and were spoiled by a police prowl car when Ihey en ered a oneway slreet in Ihe vrong direclion The prowl car tried lo over ake Ihe Americans and the car ook off at high speed All Ihree had compleled Iheir evenls in Ihe Olympics Philippines mourns for national hero MANILA Philippines UPI The Philippines began 15 days of nalional mourning Wednesday for Gen Emilio Aguinaldo hero of the islands independence struggle at Ihe lurn of Ihe cen lury slay The voluntary was arranged after ing of the US Embassy and the burning of two Americanownec cars Tuesday night An American official said otb ers who want to leave Cyprus would have to do so on Iheir own There were about 1700 Americans on the island before the airlift began The terrorism Tuesday nigh SINGER DIES HOLLYWOOD tf Rohrer Pcppard oocra singer and VcrnelU 74 relirec mother of Decn killed officials said The factions waged a gun bat le through the afternoon Wednesday The trouble in Cyprus prompt ed UN SecretaryGeneral U Thant to cut short an African tour to return to New York A UN spokesman said a meeting of the Security Council on Cy prus was expected although none has been requested Makarios has insisted on Se curity Council control of any NATO police force on Cyprus Dispute over fishing Castro wants men returned WASHINGTON AP Castro government of Cuba of ficially notified the United States Thursday it is cutting off water to the Guantanamo Naval Base and the cutoff will last until the United States releases 36 Cuban fishermen held in this country A note was delivered to the State Department through the Swiss Embassy Switzerland looks after US interests in Cu ba because there are no diplo matic relations between Ha vana and Washington Administration officials began considering how to deal with the situation The cutoff was set for 11 pm The Navy said in early after noon it had received no report rom the base Informants said the Cuban ac tion posed no actual threat of immediate water Guantanamo since shortage in large stor Save four lost six days in snow age facilities exist there This was the first time offi cials here could recall that a deliberate step had been taken against the water supply which originates in Cuban territory beyond the boundaries of the bay since Communist Prime Britain and the United States Mjnistei Fidel Castro came to have refused because such a power However informants condition would give the Soviet Union an opportunity to inter fere film actor George Peppard died Tuesday of a heart attack Aguinaldo 94 died at Veterans Memorial Hospital in Manila after his third heart attack eight days GORHAM N1I missing college students were airlifted oul of the snowcovered White Mountains Thursday after surviving hurricane winds and bitter cold for six days The students unharmed ex cept for frostbite were spotted on a barren ridge by a steel nerved woman pilot flying low over the Presidential Range that has claimed the lives of 45 likcrs in the past century SAME The from up state New Robert K o p p c 21 Masse peque Park Peter Canlelli Rouses Point Craig Fournier 18 Tonawanda and Peter Bradford 25 Syracuse Everythings fine Mom Bradford assured his mother in a telephone call after he was brought down the rugged moun tain Everythings fine Were OK The arms to attract attention weremothers youths waving thci ighted on Caps Ridge by said that in earlier times of guerrilla activity in Cuba Ihreats had been posed to the water supply In Key West the Cubans ap peared in Criminal Court Thurs day prior to word of the Cuban governments halting of waler service on charges of violating a Florida fishing law and Judge Thomas A Caro released seven of them because they und 1 said they hirley Mann 30 a slim pretty w ask the C2echoslovakian housewife who operates an air t t u port with her husband egal represPentation Thank God they were The monitored in she said Miami quoled a slatementpre Mrs Mann who was a c compared by Cuban Foreign Miri panied by forest Hanger Kenister Raul Roa for delivery to neth Stmderland swooped low the US government over the students and then re1 snce noon Thursd water turned to the airport for food ce to Guantanamo Bay has which she dropped o them on b suspcnded and the sus a second pass over the ridge continue until thfj The youths walked two miles Cuban fishermen are released along the top of the ridge to a the statement said flat area where a rescue team mel them A helicopter was flown in to carry them sepa rateiy out of the mountain Koppe was brought down and the other hands were frostbitten Koppe and Bradford em braced their fathers who were waiting at the foot of the moun tain and then telephoned their The Cuban government has no obligation to supply water to the naval base under any in ternational treaty and has been so only for the sake of Not later than Friday Tax cut bill nears final vote not increasing tension between two The 36 Cubans described as Fidel Castro militiamen were in jail at Key West charged with illegally fishing in Florida waters Florida officials arrest ed them Wednesday night after federal officials questioned them for three days Authorities said the fishermen faced a possible oneyear jail sentence and fine under a Florida law barring alien ves sels from taking natural re sources from Florida waters WASHINGTON wi The ad ministrations billion tax cut bill moved Thursday to the brink of final passage in the Senate Democratic leaders said if the bill wasnt passed by Thurs day night it almost certainly would be approved Friday It has already cleared the House At least 10 to 12 amendments dealing with such con troversial issues as reductions 3n the depletion allowances for oil and lo be acted on before a final vole The administration cleared Us final big hurdle Wednesday with a 4845 defeat of a Repub lican effort to repeal the 10 per cent retail excise tax on four categories The GOP proposal would have wiped out World War II levies on furs cosmetics jewelry watches and luggage including handbags and would have cost the Treasury about million a year To line up votes against it Democratic leaders pledged a review of all federal excises lat er this season starting in the House Ways and Means Com mittee After Ihe vole on Ihe retail excise taxes Ihe Senale bogged down six hours of heated de bate over an atlempt to knock oul of the bill a section of public utility regulation Until that snag developed managers of the bill had been confident they could bring the tax measure to a final vole by Thursday night On Iwo close votes Ihe Sen ale decided to retain in the bill a House provision barring fed eral regulatory agencies from requiring utilities to pass aiong immediately to Iheir customers tax savings achieved under the 1962 investment credit provi sion This credit permits compa nies to subtract from their taxes up to 7 per cent of the outlays for new machinery and equip ment The Senate defeated 4642 the amendmenl to eliminate the House language applying to regulation of natural gas pipe lines railroads trucks ship ping lines and bus operators These are eligible for the full 7 per cent credit It turned back 4843 an at tempt to strike out a similar provision dealing with electric gas water telephone and tele graph companies These get only a 3 per cent credit Guantanamo residents wont go dry WASHINGTON at the US naval base at Guan tanamo Bay Cuba may go dirty but they wont be thirsty just because Fidel Castro the is CASTRO Pleast turn to 2   

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