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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Newspaper newspaper t h o m o It e s a 11 N ortli Towcns neighbors UTY b Home VOL 104 MASdN CJTY IOWA MONDAY MARCH I 1H4 HBc Pper Coiulst of Two If vctms found wont run for pbst i Wont accept second either By JACK BELL Political Writer f HARRISBURG Pa Pennsylvania Gov William Scranton said Monday that after giving the matter deep thought suggested by former Presider ft Dwight D t Eisenhow er he hopes to avoid contesting lor presidential nomination Moreover Scranton said in an Associated Press interview he would decline to accept the nomination for vice president rf it were offered to hina by his party He had not made such a flat statement Scranton limited by S h Pennsylvania Constitution to a single term as governor ending in January1967 is as a likely compromise choice for first on this years na tiooal ticket by Republican a party moderate with appeal JtOfbig cjty voters to op President Johnson Wearing in the lapel of Ibis impeccably tailored dark suit the badgeof his pro fessed reluctance to become in such maneuver ings about issues oil GOP presidential t nominee wo u 1 d have to take a stand FoUowinfvis text of Scranton V answers r T3 O What was the result of the deep thought you proi General Eisenhower that you would give in the matter of seeking the Republican nomi nation T A I havent changed my opinion any so far I am still thinking I dont deny that I may well for some time I still feel very strongly that I dont jl v want io do thia Itmnot a can SCRANTON Seyshe ww t run vdidate be a can didate andjl dont think is have got plenty of good 0 Do you preference among Coiners i A I dont have apreference at the momenta I assume that I will time I get to the convention Q Senator Goldwater has said you ought to be seeking the vice presidential nomina tion accepf it if it Mere offered A in any national office Q Does that mean thatyou accept the vice pres kJential domination if it were offered to you A means that i would noi accept it jfelfered to me 0 How about presidential A I said that I would accept that if there was a sincere and honest draft but I dont expect there will be one That doesnt happen in modern political times North Iowa Weather outlook anu f WMltwr fetaiU wi f f in 1 Libenan tankerAmphialos come alongside the de stroyer1 escort Athabaskan The Greek sailors spent 17hours irf tKe open after their tanker broke in half 220 miles off Halifax This picture was taken by a sailor aboard Athabaskan The survivors were then taken to w 34 saved from want diange DBS MOINES The Iowa Seriate began full dress debate on a reapportionmerit plan Monday as a sspecial ses sion of the Iowa Legislature en tered its second week The argumentcentered around the question how large a population factor should be in cluded jn the Senate Most legislators i agree the House should be the population chamber a reapportionment ordered by a Federal Court here in time for this yVrrs elections But there was a growing movement among rural legisla tors to hold to a minimum the population factor in the Senate In the House meanwhile Rep William RHen derson called a meeting for Monday afternoon of legislators interested in making a fight to assure every county at least one representative Before the Senate was a plan recommended by its Keappor lonment Committee calling for a 120member House based sole y on population and a 56mem ber Senate apportioned on area and T 1 ft f i 5 jf a f TheH HALIFAX NS W Thirty four survivors of the broken Greek tanker ar rived in Halifax early Monday aboard a Canadian warship after a rescue from the stormy North Atlantic Two members ofj the 36man Greek crewYperished after the 15800ton tanker split in two un der the battering of gale winds and 20foot waves off the Nova coast Five of the survivors were ftaken to a hospital onstretchers CaptStamantis Polemis the Amphialosskipper said he and his men clung for hours to a rail of the stern Section until they were picked up Sunday The survivors ere wrapped in navy as they left the Canadianwarship1 Most ap peared cheerful but tired They shook handswiththe Canadian sailors aridinhbroken English expressed ttheir gratitude Asked to confirm the number of irieh aboard hisshipPolemis saidbriskly We had 36Now we have The rescue followed a chance observationby a Canadipn air force plane during a tracing mission ThepUot Lt Laurie Friesen spotted anoil slick about 220 miles southeast of from the sunken bow A couple of minutes later we saw two shins Friesen said The nearest was anavy about eight miles away wasranother ship The second differ ent from js normal ship As he swooped down he made outthe stern of a ship sticking out of the water There weremen clinging to the rails began waving frantically Friesen radioed the Athabas kan The warships presence in the area was pure chance TheK Athabaskahs skipper Cmdr of Vic toria said a lookout spotted the floating a few minutes after the planes report Life boats bobbedin the sea Hinton said most orthe men in the lifeboaiis were too weak to climb netsCanadian sailors scrambled down andaided them aboard Trouble crops up on border of Indonesia BANGKOK Thailand UB r British as well as Malaysian Another roandA otf thepMalaysian dispute Charging that British bases begins Jta with little hope of solution as Indonesia hurled new threats of extermination at Malaysia Ast of Indonesia and Malaysia preparehllb meet the Indonesian Information Minis try said Sukkrnos government is still determined o wreckrthe young federation of former British colonies But the statement Oil the dispute should be settled peace ally i Nasvtion Monesiars minister denounced anew Britains re ention of niihUry bf m in Ma aysia whoe Borneo boitlef with U guarded by chaos and conflict andthe Middle said Asian bases should be manned by Asians Hft denied that Indonesia Wants Jo seize Malaysian terri Indonesias only aim is to free the people there from im perialism r k fTVOf ft Troops to itsBorneo states of Sarawak and Sabah because of reported new clashes along the frontier Malaysian officials said the situation along the 800mile bor der with Indonesian Borneo was rapidly They Debate size of S3 wreckage i i i INNSBRUCK Austria un Helicopters took Austrian r cue teams to an Alpine ravine Monday to begin the grim job of removing the bodies of 83 vie ifns from the wreckage of British airliner which crashed Saturday ers tothe 17counties contain ng half the states population counties would elect JVT senators or 4i07 per cenif been filel by Sen Joe Flatt RWinterset and bearing the signatures of 26 senators to leave the Senate un changed from its present mem bership of 50 The 17 most pop ulous counties now elect 17 or 34 per cent of the Senate Republican and Democratic eaders generally that he population factor in the Sen ate must be increased if the re apportionment plan adopted by he special session is to be ac cepted by the Federal Court Bwt Flatt and his backers say hey thinkthe court will accept he plan without any change in iolely on Mai file proposing to substitute oth the one recom mended by the committee The legislature has been or dered by theFederal Court to reapportion temporarily in time or this years elections It said one housemust bebased solely on populationand any depar ure from population iiithe oth er house must be on a rational ter rorists killed six persons over the weekend l Senate Majority leader Rob crtV Rigler R New Hampton aid thewReapportionment Cpm nittee recommended increasing he Senate from 50 to 56 mem bers because they were con inced the population factor in he Senate had to be increased The committee plan would Jive Polk County two more sen ators and Linn Black Hawk Scott and Woodbury counties an dditional one each They now lavepre apiece L Rigler said the 120member louse was recommended be cause it the only one of everal tentative plans prepared by the Iowa legislative earch Bureau that allotted half he representatives to the 17 ounties with half the states population The House now has 108 members Many of us would like to have a smaller House he said but we cant reduce the size of the House and still retain true population representation with out crossing county lines The CemtitvtW its dividing any county in sel ling up legislative districts The FederaICourt left this provision Photofax ARROW LOCATES PATH OF PLANES FLIGHT ends in snow TAHOEVALLEY Calif Air searchers found the wreck age Monday of a fourengine plane where Jt crashed into a Sierra peak east of Lake Tahoe killing all85 persons aboard A doctor taken by helicopter to the remote scene at the 8800 foot level of a snowy mountain confirmed there were no survi vors The Paradise Airlines Con stellation vanished in a snow storm Sundaywhile carrying 81 passengers to Nevadas casinos and ski resorts on a flight from San Jose Calif Lt ColAlexander S Sherry deputy commander of the S Air Force search plane spotted the blackened tail of the fourengine Bristol Brit annia Sunday befrveen two peaks Austrian officials said the air liner trying to land through fog at Innsbruck Airport slammed Spitz southeast of the resort where the 1964 Winter Olympics ere held Fhe big Turboprop plane its fuel tanks still nearly half full apparently struck the mountain at full speed and exploded De bris and bodies were strewn over a 2000yard area in the betweenGamslahner and Glungezer peaks The 75 73 Britons passengers bound for included skiing loliday an Austrian and a Ca nadian The airline Interna tional Eagle said there were Is married couples aboard and at least five children The plane carried a crew of eightr It is horrible said an Al pine rescue service member Taperecorded messages beoperation tween the pilot 40yearold T 4VUWu L a uj Jit aIIgc lit 4 G1 TITTI w the Senate if the House is based T 7llhams and the nauticsBoard said it was send solely on population Innsoruck ControlTower ing threeinvestigators headed roused suspicions that the Crashed by La ke Joyflight ern Air Rescue Center Hamil ton Air Force Base Sold an air port newsr conference the wreck age was spotted just west of the hamlet of Genoa Nev Just before the conference a helicopter pilot toldThe Associ ated Pressthe found200 feet below the top of a rugged peak towering among hose which rise up to 10000 feet or more in the ski and gambling playland around Lake Tahoe The mountain where Califor biggest air tragedy oc named Genoa Peak The spotting helicopter was one of 17which flew out Mon day overtherrugged wilderness scene neaVthe site of the 1960 Squaw Valley winter Olympics Col Sherry in charge of the search operation said 14 reports had been received froimpersons around the lake who reported hearing either an airplane or an explosion The plane loaded to capacity vanished about noon Sunday Veteran pilot Henry Norris 43 had just radioed that he was starting his 27mile approach down 23mile long Lake Tahoe to the airport in Tahoe Valley ltwas thefirst mishap in the twoyearold Paradise Airlines WASHINGTON h e preme Court affirmed Monday a decision that Texas statutes establishing the states 23 con gressional districts are uncon stitutional The high court said its de cision was without prejudice to the right of state officials to ap ply by Aprill tothe US Dis trict Court in Houston for fur equitable relief in light of present circumstances The circumstances the Su preme Court said include the imminence of the forthcoming election and the operationof the election machinery of Texas noted previously by the Federal In Washington the Civil Aero REMAP 2 tive Williams gave his altitude as 10000 feet which would have Been well above the peaks Patrolman finds goat man in car Honesty may be the best policy but in the case of the Chickasaw County jails new est occupant it didnt help a bit Highway patrolman Bonn Harris picked up the fellow Saturday night near New Hampton as he was trying to hitch a ride to Watbiloo Up on questioning Harris found the man to be intoxicated and to have driven a car from Jericho to where it was parked with a flat lire a short dis tance away When the patrolman asked who the car thefel low answered Just my part ner and an old goat Sure enough when Harris looked in the car there was an intoxicated man in the front seat and a big billy goat in the back seat The two men were charged with intoxication The goat was left in the car chewing on something LOST SU4M Thieves walked off with dia monds worth in a week of raw by GeorgeR B a b e r to the scene The 81 passengers were fly ing toward a gay Sunday at Ne PLANE on Page 2 EXIOWANS ABOARD MANCHESTER of the persons an airplane missing in the Lake Tahoe Calif were rela Hvei of Delaware County Sher Ponsford They iff George were Regis H Foss 47 and his son Boyd 21 both of San Jose Calif former lowans P PRESIDENT TALKS TO paradise Airlines presidentHerman Jones 32 talks with newsmen as he indicates on aerial map wjiere a Airlines Constellation with 85 crashed His wife is at right Texas districts i unconstitutional SuDistrict Court in Houston In i ooinion N Y mayors wife dead 4 of cancer NEW vYORK UPI Mrs Susan Wagner 54 wife of Mayor Robert F Wag ner and First Lady of New York since 1954 died Monday of cancer Shehad been ailing forabout months and her condition became critical over the week end Surviving are two sons Rohr rt Jr a junior at Harvard and Duncan a student at a prep school Both arc af home now The Democratic mayor had or opinion The high tribunal dered t continued a stay case granted by Hugo L Black on Oct 23 1963 This stay the court1 ordered will continue pending timely for the relief tioned in Mondays order and the final disposition of thecase by the Federal Dis trict Court in Houston l The Houston court in decision found the Texas dis tricts invalid over objections by Gov John Connally and other Texas state officials These of ficials appealed to the Supreme Court asking reversal of District Court decision The high tribunal acted by coincidence on Texas Inde pendence Day On March 2 5236 Texas free dom from Mexico The Supreme Courts iiQr signed order in the Texas was followed by a notationthai Justice Tom C Clark joined in Mondays actioii But upon the grounds stated ih his separate opinion in Sii preme weeks Courts ago in a congressional districting case in Georgia Inside The Globe FOURYEAR Mason City Page 4 s mayor naa TmTT Tij mn curtailed his public schedule111 ILITY spend million greatly in the past month to be close to his ailing wifeof 22 years Doctor reports DALLAS Ml defense psy chiatrist talked with Jack Ruby for more than an hour before court resumed Monday as the moment rieared when the prose cution calls its first witness in Rubys trial on a charge of mur der with malice The third week of the trial began Monday with attorneys still trying to complete the jury Dr M an f r e d Guttmachcr chief medical officer foithe Su preme Bench of Baltimore flew to Dallas Sunday night He told newsrhen that in addition to ex amining Ruby again he wants study the brain wave trac ings taken on Ruby Guttmacher said he was with some men am I think he has deteriorated Guttmacher told news He doesnt look as well DR GUTT MACHER Examines Jack Ruby as the last time Isawhim Guttmachsr examined Ruby last Dec 21 and 22 He seems more anxious and more tense the doctor said for expansion here Page 16 s WEBSTER CitYaesha teachers to visit here Page 17 KOREAN ORPHAN ed by Britt family Page 20 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news I Society news Sports news 1114 Bowling li Latest Mason City Comics i North Iowa nevri Transit timetableT Classified pages v lttl SAME   

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