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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Th North Iowas Daily Newspapei for Horn e newspoper that makes oil North lowons neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 104 Pren United Prttt Internatlonil Full wire MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 1W4 loo Pper ConUti of Two On 4 Renew Cyprus fighting KKOM OUK WIRE 5KKV1CES DES MQ1NES The presi dents of Iowas two stalesup ported universities returned to the financial drawing boards Saturday to prepare detailed re ports to back up their requests for tuition increases The Stale Board of Regents on a sharply split 54 vote Fri day delayedaction on the tui tion hikes until the March meet ing and instructed University of Iowa President Dr Virgil M Hancher and Iowa State Univer sity President Dr James Hil ton to prepare a detailed report of the need for extra money and how they proposed to use it This is the worst Board of Regents meeting I have seen in 23 years declared Hancher protests delay in tuition ruling fffir IIP Vnin Thin Il1rrr 1 I after the vote This thing is dead This board is wailing for returns from the country Dr Hancher and President James Hilton of Iowa State Uni versity told the board delay in approving the proposed tuition boosts would make it difficult for them to prepare budgets and staff plans for the coming year But a board member Mrs Joseph Rosenfield of DCS Moines criticized Hancher for making public the tuition in crease proposal before it was presented to the board She said she received details of the University of Iowa pro posed increase only six days ago and of the Iowa Slate pro posal only three days ago Mrs Rosenfield sais she wanted a month to study the proposals in the light of other possible mon ey sources and what she called the plight of the poor but capable student Melvin Wolf of Waterloo said he also hesitated to approve the boosts without providing more muney for scholarships for students with high grades and little money Im worried about the kid with close to a 3point average that cant afford to go to col lege Wolf said The board voted down a pro posal by John Oberhauscn of Dubuque to approve immediate ly the part of the tuition in crease earmarked for operating costs while delaying action on the part slated for building funds Iowa State proposed to put of the proposed annual increase into a fund for a million building complex including a theater auditorium coliseum and a building with meeting rooms The University of Iowa wants to put of the boost into a fund for a million auditorium Iowa State seeks increases ranging from a year for Iowa resident undergraduates to for nonresident graduate students Iowa is asking a boost of S50 a year for Iowa resident under Murder suspect is found dead on farm graduates for nonresident undergraduates and from outofstate graduate students The boost for undergraduate Iowa residents would be from S297 to a year at Iowa State and to a year at Iowa For outofstate undergradu ates tuition would go from to a year at Iowa State and to annually at Iowa Hancher and Hilton said en rollment is increasing faster than expected Before the board voted Hancher said the Univer sity of Iowa could not make commitments for extra faculty needed to meet enrollment in creases next year if the tuition boost were delayed Ball talks with Greek premier NICOSIA Cyprus Ml New fighting broke out n southwestern Cyprus Saturday as invasion litters the island J British paratroopers were moved in to halt the aolence U S Undersecretary of State George W Ball meanwhile pressed his Cyprus peace mission at an irgent meeting with Greeces caretaker Premier John Paraskevopoulos Turkish military preparations added new danger to the crisis ATHENS Ohio main suspect of a St Valentines Day slaying of four members of a nearby farm family was found shot to death Saturday morn ing apparently by his own hand Sheriff Harold E Shields said Rudy Zamora 20 was being pursued by several deputies about a mile from the farm homewhere the bodies of Wil liam MWUdman his wife and two children were found last night The deputies heard a shot as Nosenko g ranted asylum WASHINGTON AP The US government is granting asylum to Soviet secret police defector Yuri I Nosenko in a case still carrying overtones of a spy thriller The Slate Department unrav eled some of the mystery with a pair of announcements Fri day In the first US comment since last Mondays disclosure that Nosenko who had disap peared from the Soviet dis armament delegation at Geneva Feb 4 had asked for political asylum in America press offi cer Richard I Phillips revealed that 1 Nosenko now is in Washing ton though hfs exact where abouts remains a secret 2 The Russians demanded an interview with Nosenko in a note Wednesday and were granted it Friday A Soviet Em bassy reprcsentativcAtalked to Nosenko for less than an hour and Nosenko reconfirmed his desire for asylum 3 A Swiss Embassy represent ative also queslioned Nosenko separately for less than an hour and got the same answer A State Department representa tive sat in on both interroga tions 4 Soviet Foreign Minister An drei A Gromyko called in US Ambassador Foy D Kohler in Moscow and delivered a stiff oral protest to what Gromyko called improper behavior by the United States in the case But the Russians have not ac cused the United States of kid naping and have not threatened to pull out of the disarmament conference at Geneva North Iowa Weather outlook Saturday afternoon colder by evening Northerly winds 1525 miles an hour Fair and warmer Sunday Weather on 2 they raced into a wooded area condition with a chest wound at and saw Zamora lying on the Sheltering Arms Hospital here ground They approached cauti ously in belief he was faking But the suspect in the slayings was found shot in the head in the White Orchard area on the outskirts of Athens Deputies said he was an apparent suicide victim The discovery climaxed an ail night search for Zamora who fled into the wooded hiliy area near the farm home two miles west of here after the shootings The sheriff said Zamora who was armed with a 20gauge auto matic shotgun was the apparent slayer of Wildman 57 a dairy farmer his wife Mildred his son Eugene 15 and Mrs Genevieve Pierce 26 a daugh ter whose husband died only a few months ago Another daughter Patricia Wildman 20 a student at Moun tain State College Parkersburg WVa and one of Mrs sons Daniel 6 were wounded Patricia was home jend visit Patricia was listed in fair con dition with head and chest wounds and Daniel was in good Shoppers given Valentine gift LUBBOCK Tex jbock businessmen joined in the Valentines Day spirit Frday and plugged expired paiking meters for shoppers With each of the more than 200 nickles they put in the meters thcy left a note The meter turned red We knew youd be blue So we put in a nickle Our best wishes to you Deputies found three other sons of Mrs Pierce aged about 3 4 and 5 huddled together in the living room of the farm home The youngsters were released after hospital treatment for shock Shields said Zamora was a distant relative of the Wildmans and had lived with them since late September or early October ofjast year He said it had not been confirmed but appeared the shooting resulted from an argument over wages Zamora claimed was owed him The sheriff said Zamora used the shotgun and a 22caliber rifle in the shootings but only took the shotgun with him when he fled Two 22 rifles and an other shotgun were found in the nouse Patricia told an ambulance driver taking her to the hospital that Zamora was the gunman She ran from the house after vounded by a blast from the shotgun and flagged down a neighbor driving on the nearby road The neighbor took her to the nearest farm home and the sheriffs office was informed of the tragedy Danny also fled after being shot with the rifle Sheriffs deputies city police state highway patrolmen and state wildlife division officers converged on the area where Zamora was Believed hiding Floodlights were pressed into use during the night in an ef fort to prevent Zamora from fleeing the dragnet in the dark ness The seven room two story Wildman home is located on a large farm and Shields said Wildman had a considerable dairy herd i4 f t t PRESIDENT AND PEOPLE Under St Louis The visit by ereetitr Johnfn is was Part of the citys 200th anniversa o ciuuub PjUUU persons 3 TV Tircicrrrim treeplanting ceremony at St Louis stoy fn Page University background buildings in Unions aim for white collars WASHINGTON AP Thelthe boss puts machines into the WASHINGTON AP The Defense Department reports it has found irregularities in the handling of accounts in the of fice of an aide to Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara The entire case has been turned over to the Justice De partments Criminal Division for study In response to questions the AFLCIO faced with alarming membership losses in its indus trial unions is embarked on a major effort to gather up the unorganized 14 million white collar workers Its potentially a fertile field made up of teachers govern ment employes clerks and of fice workers of all is larger than the AFLCIOs en tire membership of some 135 million But the big union has run into resistance and one major reason is snob appeal ac cording to an article in the La bor Departments monthly La bor Review and an AFLCIO spokesman agrees Snob appeal is definitely one reason the union spokesman said but its fading as fast office and the white collar work er becomes just another ma chine operator The Labor Review article by Albert A Blum lays the blame at labors own door for its past failure to organize the man who goes to work in white collar and tie First unions did very little Second what they did was wrong Third they did it too late says Blum assistant to the director of Michigan State Universitys school of labor and industrial relations He cited examples of union organizing literature that told white collar clerks that they werent earning as much as janitors Such appeals backfired said Blum because of snob appeal ort irregularities by McNamara office aide Inside The Globe 26TH NORTH Iowa Band Festival June 9 Page 15 Editorials 4 Newman Surveyor 5 Church news Society news g9 Sports news 1112 Comics 13 Latest markets 14 Mason City news14151 Clear Lake news u Classified pages 192021 North Iowa news 22 HAPPY VALENTINE LONDON UPI Mr and Mrs Michael Valentine had a baby son Friday Pentagon said Friday that the irregularities had occurred in the Budget and Finance Branch in the office of McNama ras administrative assistant It named no individual as being involved The Budget and Finance Branch has been headed since 1952 by John AWylie 57 He has been on sick leave since Nov 1 The Pentagon said the al leged irregularities first had been noticed during a routine audit last fall It said the ir regularities had involved fail ure to follow established Depart ment of Defense accounting pro cedures is Plan stamps to save monuments VATICAN CITY UPI Pope Paul VI has ordered a special issue of Vatican stamps lo hep in the campaign to save ancient Nubian monuments from being lost under the Nile waters of the Aswan Dam The series to be issued March 10 will be valued at 15 3 115 and 30 cents They will depict monuments Asked if Wylie had gone on leave voluntarily the Pentagon replied When the irregular ties were discovered he went on annual leave but on presen tation of a doctors certificate the character of his leave wa changed to sick leave Wylies annual salarj The Defense Department de clined to give any details of the probe Since the individual involved will be processed in accord ance with applicable statutes and civil service regulations it said it is not appropriate to release further information at this time The Justice Department also declined comment except to ac knowledge that the case had been turned over to it Jan 16 and been sent to the Criminal Division for study The matter came to light when the Defense Department revealed that McNamara had reorganized his office to pro vide tighter supervision over such internal funds as expense accounts The post of administrative as sistant to the secretary held by J R Loftis was abolished It was made plain that Loftis was not involved Ball called on Paraskevopoulos a few hours after he American troubleshoot arrived from Ankara urkey in a whirlwind ef ort to win acceptance of an nternationa police force iee of U N control Then he headed to London in iis special US Air Force jet for a conference with British authorities In London British Prime Min ster Sir Alec DouglasHome ailed in top cabinet members p discuss the explosive situa ion possibly including British eaction in event of a Turkish nvasion Florida train is blasted Second time this month NEW SMYRNA BEACH Fia A powerful dynamite blast ore into the underside of a trikebound Florida east Coast Railway freight train Friday light and exploded a propane as tank car that sent a ball of flame hundreds of feet in the air It was the second derailment y explosives of an FEC freight train this month Earlier this week four boys found 45 sticks dynamite wired to explode on contact of train wheels The dismantled it seconds before train whizzed by Another sabotage another attempted murder said W L Thornton chief railway opera t ing officer FBI agents were called in to investigate Officials at the scene inside the New Smyrna Beach city imits said there were two ex plosions The first blast was detonated under the diesel loco motives and severed fuel lines The second occurred under the 65th car of the 85car freight The second blast set off the ank car and caused the derail ment of 14 cars A crewman reportedly suf ered when he umped from the moving ca boose He was not identified Constable Russell Galbreath said at least 50 sticks of dyna mite were used The blast hook houses more than a mile away The FEC dropped passenger ervice after 11 nonoperating unions went on strike Jan 23 9G3 it has been moving freight rains with supervisory and non union help EIma woman killed in 7car wreck ELMA Mrs Ward Lylah VI Cook 66 died Friday fol owing an auto accident five miles southeast of New Haven on a blacktop road Mrs Cook was returning from Rudd where she teaches school She lost control of her compact car According to Mitchell Coun ty Sheriff Mervel Angell the car struck two farm driveway and turned upside down He said fallen an Mrs Cook may have asleep at the wheel Mrs Cook was taken to El ma doctor for treatment and then to Rochester by ambulance She died enronte to the hospital Mrs Cook is survived by her husband a daughter who lives in Lime Springs two grandchil dren and a sister in Missouri Funeral arrangements are in complete at Convvay Funeral Home in Eima HOLD SERVICES SPRINGFIELD S D UPI A memorial service was held at Southern State Teachers Col lege Friday for Dr James D Allison 58 chairman of schools language division the The Greek press has been ighly critical of the American ntervention in the dispute In esponse to a newsmans ques ion if the United States had en ered the dispute at the invita ion of Greece Ball replied All the guarantor powers asked us to interest ourselves Turkish troopcarrying war ihips were said to have em barked from the port of Isken derun less than 100 miles from mbattled Cyprus The reports lent a wave fear across the embattled island of an immi nent Turkish invasion The Turkish chief of staff Gen Cevdet Sunay was qudfed as having said the shipments were maneuvers not an inva sion Greek forces also were said to be on an alert Turkeys Premier Ismet Ino nu warned Ball in Ankara Fri lay Turkey might have to act alone to protect the Turkish Gyp riot minority unless peace is re itored on the embattled Medi erraneanisland Ball left Cyprus after he had ailed to persuade the islands reek Cypriot president Arch ishpp Makarios to accept an nternational peace force free of UN control to keep the warring actions apart With the renewed military Ball than sought o avert open hostilities between Greece and Turkey in their tug of war over Cyprus Both are members of NATO In London British Prime Min ster Sir Alec DouglasHome ex pressed fears upon his return rom Washington that the civil trife on Cyprus could embroil he alliance partners in a direct conflict He said more British roops would be sent to Cyprus f necessary New fighting between Greek and Turkish Cypriots took the ives of three Turkish Cypriots and one Greek in the western owns of Polis and PaphosKti ma Friday GM has no hold Cadillac on GRAND RAPIDS Mich A federal judge told General Motors Corp Wednesday it does not have a monopoly on he word Cadillac and or lered it to pay to anoth r company defending its right o use the name too GM sought to enjoin Cadillac Boat Co from use of Cadillac as a trademark but U S Dist Judge Noel P Fox noted that he defendant started opera ions on the shore of Lake Cad llac and the name had 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