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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                T North Daily Newspaper The newspaper that makes oil North I o wans LOBEOAZETTE Home Edition VOL ind Uolted Intcriutioiul FuU MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH S 10c of Two N Iowa is missed again II II I J Jury to see murder Him To watch Ruby pull Testimony in trial of Jack Ruby DALLAS prose cution witnesses in the first day of the Jack Ruby murder trial Wednesday Detective J R teavelle handcuffed to Lee Harvey Os wald witnessed slay ingand tes tified that Ruby said I hope the SOB Dr Earl Rose medical ex aminer said Oswald died of a wownd in abdomen Doyle Lane Western Un ion supervisor said Ruby was cool calm arid collected some three minutes before the Os wald slaying Garnett Claude Hallmark parking firm manager said he wonderecl sometimes about Jacks sanity but balked when asked if he thought Ruby was insane Rutledge Dallas News police reporter said Ruby was a mean ex who appeared at po lice headquarters while Oswald was being questioned Police Lt P B Leonard said Ruby told him at the police station that Im a reporter to 12 hours after the assassination of President Ken nedy Dr HarkBess traffic trolman saw Ruby a crowd near city jailwhentransferof Oswald was anticipated John Newsman Dallas News ad man saw Ruby in the office a short while after the assassination Newsman said Ruby didnt appear tobe af fected by the bad news Miss Georgia Mayor Dal las News secretary said Ruby didnt cry when learning of the assassination but once bis eyes were fixed and he wasstaring at the wall Ruby was at the paper buying an ad when the assassination Ron Brantley store owner said he sold Ruby the pistol that killed Oswald R M Sims homicide de Photofax NO LEFT TURN FOR E Stas sen gestures as he talks to bystanders at Nashua N H as he seeks votes in March 10 presidential prefer ence primary No political warning is intended in traffic sign upper left Faces 10 years says DALLAS Tex Atty Henry M W a d e prepared Thursday to show the jury in Jack Rubys inurder Ruby film of the wild moment when Ruby shot Lee Harvey Oswald on Sunday Nov 24 The film was recorded by television cameras in the base ment of the Dallas City Hall seen live by some viewers and in reruns by countless others Ruby will be looking at it for the first time said his lawyer MelvinM Belli Wade is jury of eight men and four women to return a verdict of death in the electric chair for Ruby charged with murder with malice Os wald had been accused of as sassinating President John F Kennedy when Ruby killed him Rubys lawyers contend he was temporarily insane Wade said he expects to com plete the states case Thursday Then the defense will have its turn Farm wife shows her passes to 7inch snow at Clinton as IN CASEYOUVE This is snow A Davenport snow plow hurls snow from US Highway 6 after high winds stacked up drifts which snarled traffic in many areas of the state Meanwhile North Iowa snow removal equipment has had a vacation this year CHATTANOOGA Tenn AP R Hoffa president of the nations largest labor union stared in grim disbelief Wed nesday when he heard himself declared guilty of trying to rig a federal court jury It was his first conviction in four trials We will appeal Hoffa told newsmen His lawyers said motions for a new trial would be filed with tective said he rejected Rubys strange offer to bring sand wiches to the police station the night of Nov 22 D R1 Archer police of ficer said he heard Ruby ex claim shortly after he shot Os wald I hope I killed the S OB Archer testified that hours after the Oswald murder Ruby said he had intended to shoot President Kennedys al leged assassin three times long court record WASHINGTON UPI is the record of the federal gov ernments attempts to convict Teamsters Union President James R Hoffa Mac Arthur i f to undergo surgery WASHINGTON un Gen Douglas JCacArthur has ob s tractive jaundice of unknown origin and exploratory abdom inal surgery Will be performed Friday morning to try to de termine the cause Walter Reed r Army H as p i t a 1 announced Thursday A statement from the hospital warrior has been undergoing tests since US Dist Judge Frank Wilson within five days The conviction could mean 10 years in prison and a 000 fine for Hoffa head of the Teamsters Union The verdict brought congratu lations to the prosecutors from Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy accused by Hoffa of wag ing a vendetta against him Kennedy once called a punk kid by Hoffa just smiled when asked for his reaction to the ver dict Pressed by Washington newsmen for a statement he would say only that it was in the hands of the jury and the jury has spoken Hoffa told newsmen that de spite what you he has ro intention of relinquishing the presidency of the Teamsters an independentunion with 17 mil lion members I can rest assured of one thing he said that the mem March Indicted on charge of bribing an investiga tor or Senate Rackets Commit tee acquitted July 19 May on charge of conspiring to violate federal antiwiretap lawby intercepting t e I e phope conversations of Teamsters in Detroit first trial ended in hung jury Dec 20 secondtrial ended in acquittal June 23 1958 bership will be behind Hoffa in the fight all the way new image By KENT GARDNER The farm wife has become a more concerned business part ner with her husband Thiscomment was made by Mrs Everett Osk aloosa at the opening session of the fifth annual North Iowa Agricultural Institute at the Hotel Hanford Thursday after noon More than 400 attended the session Mrs Everett a graduate home economist said there are certain to be effects of the farm wife becoming more actively concerned with the business phase of the operations She will probably capitalize on the timeproved advantage of a farm family as an inde pendent economic unit The total management of the farm and FARM WIFE Continued on Page 2 Report In dipn to command IM I UN peace force on Cyprus UNITED NATIONS NY A 52yearold Indian general ap peared almost certain Thurs day to command the UN peace force for Cyprus but at least six men were being mentioned for the tougher job of mediator between the Greek and Turkish Gypriots Diplomatic sources said Sec retaryGeneral U Thant had avored inUN circles was ose RolzBennett of Guate mala Thants deputy chief of abinet who made a survey trip o Cyprus for the secretarygen ral and attended the recent London conference at which ritain attempted to mediate tie dispute Monday reported Diagnostic tests on Gen MacArthur nave been comptet ed It has been determined that be has an obstructive jaundice of unknown origin Exploratory surgery of the abdomen will be performed on Friday morning March at Walter Reed Army Hospital North Iowa Weather outlook Dec on mail fraud charges in connection with alleged misuse of more t h an in union funds spent to develop Florida real estate proj ect first indicKJtfiiit dismissed July 12 1961 second indictifieBt was dropped June 4 1961 at gov ernments request becausepor tions of case embodied in an other case June 4 Indicled on fraud charge in connection with loans area into battle nd area factors in both cham ers DES MOINES The lives based on both population Iowa House buckled down to an alloutBattle1 betweenpopulation and area forces Thursday in the second round of thespecial ses sion struggle for a reapportionment plan It opened debate on a bill rec ommended for by the House Reapportionment Com Teamsters central pension fund still from the conference pending May 18J Indicted on charge of violating the TaftHartley Act by allegedly accepting more than million in payments from an employer mistrial be cause of a hung jury Dec 23 oo date set for retrial 1 In tne CtoMhr FrMty eccatieMl KfM snew ftur Wecttor Jan 25 Trial began on jorytampering charges arising from mistrial convicted Mar 4 No date for sentenc ing mittee branded by its crit ics as A dozen amendments were on file and the debate was expect ed to grow hot at times House leaders said however they hopeto complete action or their version of the bill and scnf it to theV Senate by early next week beginning of the third week of the legislatures special session A measure passed by the Sen ate Tuesday wardeferred by the House te mporarily until the representatives dispose of all a mendments to their cornm ittee bill The committee plan calls to a 113member House and a 56 member Senate with represent chosen Lt G e n Prem Singh Gyani to command the force but was withholding an an nouncement until he receives replies from nations asked to contribute troops Gyani a graduate of Britains Imperial War College com niianded the 5000in an UN emergencyforce along th EgyptianI s r a e 1 i frontier fo more than four years In mid January he was sent to Cypru as the seccetarygenerals per sonal observer In a rare display of unanimity the Security Council authorize the UN peacekeepingopera tion Wednesday empowerin Thant to name the force com mander and the mediator consultation with Cyprus Tur key Greece and Britain One informant said Thant ha suggested three men for th post of mediator including for mer President Galo Plaza of Ecuador who headed the 1958 UN observation group in Leb non Anotherman reportedly fying to enforce a shaky cease Greek and The United States and Britain yere said to favor Carl W A Schurmann recently namec Dutch ambassador to Washing on and former president of the UN Economic and Social ouncil His appointment mighl je blocked because of the Neth rlands membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza tion Before the issue came befor he Security Council Greel ypriof President Makarios ha rejected a USBritish plan fo a NATO police force on Cyprus Some 7000 British troops ar North Iowa was oyerlobked winter took a lateseason trip through the state Thursday leaving behind as much as sey en inches of show ati Clinton North lowans were greeted Thursday by a bright sun and fairly mild temperatures Once again in the winter of 1964 they had been missed by a storm which lashed furiously at other sections of the state Winds reached gusts of 63 miles an hour night at C 1 i n t p n and many area schools were closed Thursday because of heavy drifted snow The storm also dumped tiy inches of snow at Burlington Other Weather News on Page 3 and Davenport two inches at Cedar Rapids and Dubuque and an inch at Ottumwa Strong northerly winds bat tered Davenport knocking down tree limbs disrupting electrical service in parts city and leaving many schools closed for the day Skies were clearing from west east across the stajte day but the weatherman said partly cloudy Fri day and snow may move into the northwest portion of the state late in theday Overnight will range from the 20sin theeast to the teens in the1 westjvith warmer temperatures and mostly cloudy skies in the weather picture for GEN GYANI 7 00 Turks sheltered in one Cyprus school House Majority Floor Leader ohn MpwryR Marshalltown who suggested the plan said it would allow 4606 per cent of the eople to elect a majority of the fouse and about 41 per cent a majority of the Senate The Senate passed measure called for alpmember House jased on population with exact y half the seats going to the 17 counties containing half the states population Its plan for the Senate origi nally was identical with the House proposal but the Senate cut back the number to 51 with the extra senator allotted to Polk County That reduced the pop ulation factor from 41 to about 36 per cent One representative who asked not to be quoted by name said there was gentlemans agree RfMAP Continued en Page 2 Inside The Globe BELMOND ALGONA win district basketball titles Page 11 DEAN RESIGNS at Wal dorf College Page 13 RED CROSS in Franklin Cerro Gordo unite Page 15 Editorials Society news789 POLIS Cyprus W The Lege continues for 700 Turkish Cypriots in the torn town of Po lis i More than a month ago out numbered Turkish families from olis and nearby villages gath ered in a Turkish school seek ng safety from the undeclared civil war between the Greek and Turkish communities on lyprus They are still there Village elders mothers fathers youth and babies are huddled in the twostory building with little ap parent hope of returning to their homes Without troops we escorts cannot by British move any Sports news 1112 North Iowa news 13 where said schoolmaster Ca hit Cavusoglu We are sur rounded j The trouble with Polis is the trouble with this bloody island Latest markets 14 Mason City news 1415 Comics Clear Lake news 17 Transit timetable 18 Classified paoes 18lt said sides a British say they officer will not Both harm each other and neither believe a bloody word of it At the last crossroad inside ithe village is the command Cub Gazette 20of Capt Michael Creighton o British Royal Artillery Two undred yards uphill on the edge Saturday Winds were0 expected to sub side over the state Thursday with highs in the 30s expected Highs Wednesday ranged from 30 at Spencer to 48 atDav enport V The overnight low was 5 below zero at Sibley Other lows in above at Spencer 13 at Mason City 15 at Des Moines and 18 at Waterloo Council Bluffs and Lamoni The Highway Commissionre ported hazardous driving con ditions in eastern Iowa early Thursday with roads 25 to 100 per cent snow packed or icy Pleasantville teachers who stay get raise PLEASANTVILLE W Mrs Loveda Young secertary of the Pleasantville School Board said Thursday she is drawing up con tracts which will give salary increases of a year to teachers who remain with the school Meanwhile 18 of the schools 33 teachers have resignedef fective at the end of the current school year They said they took their action because of what the village is the Turkish chool Inside 112 families are ammed into a building where 70 pupils until recently attend d classes In one classroom live 12 fami es Each family does its cook iig on a portable oil stove In the small office of the prin ipal schoolmaster Cavusoglu peaks The Greeks say come and we will live together But we can never get along gain Never at all sir The Turks say the Greeks rove them out of their homes n a bloody battle and destroyed ome houses with an armored bulldozer despite a truce The ast time they tried to go into own seven of their men were seized as hostages the teacher said Npw the only ones who ven ure forth do so under the pro action of British troops The school is not surrounded but two Greek gun positions aim menacingly from a fiat hill about 400 yards away they described as undesirable working conditions Rose married for 5th time NEW YORK M Showman Billy Rose who recently million on the stock market in four months disclosed Wed nesday night he was married Sunday for the fifth time The bride is Doris Warner VI dor 48 daughter of motionpic ture mogul Harry Warner and widow of motionpicture director Charles Vidor   

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