Mason City Globe Gazette, March 7, 1964

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 7, 1964, Mason City, Iowa North Iowa Daily Newspaper The tiewspoptr thot moke ci North lowons neighbor ETTE Home Edition VOLIM and iBUnutkwuJ full LUM Wire MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 7 1W4 10c CoBIt of Two on note plan seen i Sinatra era t ion LOS ANGELES jury settled down Saturday to delib erate the case of three men charged with kidnaping Frank Sinatra Jr One of their considerations by Federal Judge William G East before handing them the case Friday that no direct evidence at the r i a 1 linked young Sinatra with his abduction The defense contended that young Sinatra cooperated in a publicity hoax Charged with abducting Hte 20yearold singer from a Lake Tahoe motel Dec 8 are Barry Worthington Keenan 23 Joseph Clyde Amsler 23 and John Irwin 42 Sinatra Jr was released three days later near his mothers home in Los Angeles after his father paid ransom After dinner Friday night me rises to Greek throne ATHENS WVGreece lamented Saturday thedesth of King Paul I but confidence in the nations future tempered grief as his 23 yearold son Constantine as cended the throne of the Hel lenes He became the worlds young est reigning monarch at an hour of national crisis over the dis pute between the Greek tnd Rights debate to start WASHINGTON The Senate begins its historic de bate on the civil rights bill MOD day We have reached a point where we can no longer evade or avoid this issue declared Democratic leader Mike Mans field as he announced was bringing the controversial measure to the floor The way was cleared Friday when the Senate running be hind its timetable sent to the House by a 5335 vote the ad ministrations electionyear cot ton and wheat plan civil rights measure the most sweeping in this century is certain to set off a Southern filibuster which some leaders believe may tie up the Senate for months But Mansfield said it was time to face the issue and dis pose of it one way or another He cautioned though that no senator should be so disil lusioned as to think this is go ing to be an easy matter Nor should he think no matter where he comes from that there is going to be political profit in it An early skfrmish was al ready in the offing A supporter of the measure Sen Wayne Morse DOre said he would attempt Monday to send the bill to the Judiciary Committee for 10 days of hear ings The administration had by passed the Southernled com mittee in order to get the bill before the Senate But Morse said he felt it would be better to follow normal procedures Approval of twothirds of the if all 100 are pres is needed to invoke clo ture and the margin is difficult to attain and Mansfield has in past expressed similar feelings feels it would be the better part of valor to fol low the customary pattern and not irritate any support But Mansfield said he would fight Morses plan North Iowa Weather outlook Fair Saturday with ntfjht soro to S above In Turkish communities on Cyprus King Paul 62 and in the 17th year of his reign died Friday of a series of arising after surgery for a stom ach vlcer Feb 21 Women wept in the streets as church bells tolled and a lone cannon atop Lycabetus Hill boomedan hourly salute to the dead ruler Expressions of regret poured in from world leaders includ inff President Johnson and U N SecretaryGeneral UThant King Constantine a 6foot3 sportsman already beloved by his people as spent years being groomed for the throne Constantine took the oath of service to the Greek people in a solemn candlelight ceremony in the Athens Palace Friday night and his first broadcast to his people wasa message from the death chamber of his father This morning I conveyed to my father the feeling ofthe Greek people who were pray ing for him and my father said I thank them and say goodbv to them At King Pauls bodsido with Constantine in the last moments were Queen Frederika now the queen mother and Constantinos 22yearold sister Princess Irene now the crown princess and next in line for the throne as long as the new ruler re mains childless Constantine is engaged to Weather on KING CONSTANTINE vounejort monarch AnneMarie of Denmark 17They will be married in January unless court mourning interferes At Tatoi doctors were prepar ing the body of PaiiHo be borne into Athens Sunday For three days the body will lie in state in the Metropolis the Greek Or thodox Cathedral The cream of Europes royal ty is expected in Athens Thurs day for the state funeral Paul will be buried on the Tatoi Pal aee grounds BLACKBURN DIES DAYTON Ohi6 Tom Blackburn 58 softspoken and respected coach who made the University of Dayton a national basketball powerhouse died Friday of lung cancer SAM DATI1H371 frtta the jury met for 48 minutes then retired for the night in an undisclosed downtown hotel Earlier in his instructions to the ninementhreewomen jury Judge East said the defendants con tend you believe the kidnaping was staged for publicity or ad vertising purposes with the pre arrangements of Frank Sinatra Jr or persons in his behalf then you must acquit on the kidnap ing and conspiracy charges But I must comment there is no direct evidence in this case by Frank Sinatra Jr or persons inhis behalfthat pre arrangements were made for his abduction iMS Atty Thomas R Sheridan in his closing argu called the alleged kid naping a vicious crime pulled by rank amateurs moved by greed Keenans attorney Charles E Crouch Jr countered Not one word of protest was spoken Mr Sinatra Frank Jr acted like a puppet Why didnt he scream out Because he didnt care He was enjoying himself He was on a joyride Summarizing the governments case Sheridan said These men were not profes sional didnt know what to do with the money or how to5 handle themselves when they got where they were going They just wanted big money now Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Newman Surveyor5 Church hews 417 Mason City news Latest markets Society hews n Sports news v Cloar Lake 13 Comics 14 Business news 15U Classified pages 1417 North Iowa news 18 28 guerrillas are killed by S Vietnamese SAIGON VietNam K South Vietnamese forces killed 28 Communist guerrillas and captured 33 Friday 80 miles south of Saigon a US spokes man reported Government casualties were not immediately disclosed The spokesman said the oper ation was conductedjointly Vietnamese civil guards and regular army unit supported planes in Vinh Binh province the Redinfested Mekong River Delta by by of SINGI THEIR WAY TQ picketsarrested early Saturday in of San Frariciscos Shera tonPalace hotel clap and chant in a po lice patrol waiting to be carted1 off to jail Anestimated 500 pickets protest ing what they claimed was discrimina tory hiring by moved into the hotel lobby and staged a sitdown Earlier hundreds marched around the hotel escapee is captu K WISE SERVICES DALLAS Deputies Satur day captured the fifth of seven prisoners who escaped from county jail Friday and raced down corridors within 35 feet of the Jack Ruby murder trial Officers Jack Faulkner and Lum Lewis captured Leonanl Franklin Driggers 28 at the home of a friend in North Dallas County Still at large were Randolph R Hudnall 20 and Billy Ray Brock 35 The seven staged a spectacu lar break from the Dallas Coun ty Jail Friday and terrorized a former striptease dancer who was about to testify in the Jack Ruby murder trial 06 my God hes after me cried 19yearold Karen Lynn Little Lynn Bennett as she saw an escapee brandishing what looked like a pistol Little Lynn who worked for Ruby in his Carousel Club is pregnant and several days overdue for birth r i Four men shortly after pm The escape wrought shouting confusion in the hallway outside he courtroom where Ruby was on trial but the session was not were recaptured the break about interrupted Few inside were aware of the melee Lynn was being es corted to the womens roomby Mrs Melviri Belli wife of the head defense lawyer and Mrs Rosemary Allen a sheriffs deputy when she saw an es capee with a pistol stuck in the back of a hostage Mrs Ruth Thornton Mrs Allen shouted for help and then she and Mrs Belli took Little Lynn into the pro tection of a stairwell behind a steel door Lynn regained her composure after the excitement subsided and was calm when she took the stand as a witness for the defense Sheriff Bill Decker said the escape began when seven pris oners pushed their way into an elevator as it stopped on the sixth floor near a table where the weekly soap ration was be ing distributed to prisoners and demanded to be taken to the second floor McNamora to study Viet war in terms of statistics SAIGON Viet Nam retary of Defense Robert SMc Namara will turn his attention to the statistics ofthis war with out a front when he arrives in South Viet Nam Sunday for a factfinding tour are among the few indicators of how things are going but often they dont add up Washington officials get a different set of figures from those released to the public by US information officials American officials decline to comment on this question Newsmen and US informa tion officials came to another impasse Friday when a US spokesman reported that 385 Communist guerrillas wer killed during the past week The figure he said included 130 Viet Cong killed in a clash Tuesday near the Cambodian frontier Soye those crooked ears WASHINGTON Should a Bunny girl be fired for wear ing crooked ears No says the AFLCIO Hotel and Restaurant Employes and Bartenders International Union Neither says the union should she be bounced from her job if she doesnt live up to the code of the Playboy Clubs re quiring a wellfitting costume matching ears clean and fluffy cottontail The union in a national or ganizing campaign in behalf of the pretty night club waitress es wants to substitute orderly grievance procedure for the Playboy Club Bunny Manual The union officials announced a press conference that they are prepared to take legal ac tion under the National Labor Legislature still far from finished way sent still DBS MOINES UP House leaders are forecasting speedy wrapup of a Seriate reapportionment piin when debate resumes Monday but theres still a loriz to go before an interim reapportioriment bill is to the governor And when that hurdle finally is crossed theres a permanent plan to be drafted 4 The House ended two days of wrangling Friday by approving 8918 a plan for a 130memberHouse of Representatives 22 more than at present A strong effort Jis ex pected to get a 56member Senate approved next in tho lower chamber v The House Reappbrtionment Committee recommended a DES MOINES temporary plan i calling for 113 revised Ray Plan for redisrepresentatives and 56 senators ff i i How the Ray j Plan affects North Iowa tricting the Iowa House ap v AVI cl v proved by the lower chamits own committee bill the ber Friday provides for 130 House then must deal with a members from 84 districts Senatepassed plan calling for by grouping 30 counties into representatives and 51 sen 15 i twocounty districts with ators the remaining 69 counties standing alone Here is the breakdown aw The twocounty districts to the upper chamber the in North Iowa each with Senate fails to approve the one representative MitchHousepassed plan in full the ellHoward Worth Winne issue would go to a conference committee where members of both chambers would try to pro The North Iowa counties iuuuuci o pro each electing one representduce a compromise version ac atiye Butler Chickasaw ceptable to both Floyd Franklin Hamilton Lodge to enter f primary MANCHESTER N H UPI Ambassador Henry Cabo Lodge was declared a candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination Saturday in a proxy announcement from leaders oi the DraftLodge Movement Their announcement was based on advice attributed to the am bassadors son George Cabot Lodge that the Senior Lodge would not withdraw his name Related Stories on Page 2 from the GOP Presidential Pri mary in Oregon May 15 before the deadline next Monday The Draft Lodge officials dis cussed his candidacy at a news conference at which they pre dicted that Lodge would poll 27 000 writein votes in the New 5 Hampshire Presidential Primary enext Tuesday and would lead the field of Republican candi dates Relations Act protect the rights of the approximately 600 Bunnies who work at Playboy Clubs in New York Chicago Detroit St Louis New Orleans Phoenix Miami and Manila The union wants to institute shop stewards in place of Bun ny mothers who now regulate the working conditions of the waitresses in the chain of night clubs founded by Playboy Mag azine Publisher Hugh Hefner In gathering evidence to make a federal case out of the work ing conditions of the Bunnies union officials quote one girl as saying she was squeezed into a uniform so tight that the zipper caught in my skin The Bunny mother told her to inhale again and the result would have made Scarlet OHara blanch the girl said The union also protests elab orate regulations outlined in the approximately 60 page Bunny Manual Some examples from the manual An improperly arranged cot tontail it is made clear could lead to dismissal Another thing that disturbs checkers who test the Bun nies by trying to get them to break Playboy Club rules Try to date Bunnies Try to get Bunnies phone numbers Invite Bunnies to parties and see if they accept says the in structions to the Bunny check ers This says the union is noth ing but espionage on the job They compared Lodges posi tion to that of Gen Dwight D Eisenhower in 1952 when Eisen hower defeated Sen Robert A Taft in the primary Transplanted hand of sailor to be removed BOSTON UPI Doctors at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital said they would operate Satur day to remove the hand which an Ecuadorian sailor received in recent historic transplant surgery Julio Luna 28 was flown here Friday for treatment of a gangrene infection in the graft ed right hand A hospital spokesman said examinations and tests con ducted during the night indicat ed that the natural rejection mechanism of the patient had progressed to the point that pro ongation of the transplant would jeopardize the health of the tients own arm f Once action is completed on The Houses measure already differing from that by the Senate then would go back Gov Harold Hughes said the Hancock Hardin Kossuth House action Friday indicateji Winneshiek and Wright tne representatives are sin The North Iowa counties cerely trying to spnie with more than one reprewhere near what they ought to seritative Cerro Gordb 2 do a The vote was a defeat for a strong faction fightmgvfdr the principle of at least one sentative per county The House Thursday and again Friday re jected a plan pushed bysmall county lawmakers to guarantee each county atleast1 one House seat Then after almost two hours of debate itturned down a1 plan by Rep Tom Riley RCe dar Rapids calling for 126 resentatives elected on a popu lation basis i The plan adopted is a modi fied version of one suggested by Atty Gen Evan Hultman and Republican State Central Com mittee Chairman Robert Ray It would representa lives to Polk County 6 each to Linn and Black Hawk counties 5 each to Scott and Woodbury counties 4 each to Dubuque and Pottawattamie counties and 2 each to Clinton Johnson Cerro Gordo Story Webster Wapello Des Moines Lee and Marshall counties Muscatine and Louisa coun ies would be in a district al lotted two representatives All other districts would have one representative each There would be 57 onecounty districts and 22 twocounty dis ricts The 17 mostpopulous coun ties which have half of Iowas population would elect 62 of the 130 members or 477 per Currently the nine largest lounties have two representa tives each and the others each elect one About 27 per cent of the population elects a majority of the House A federal court order tagging present apportionment discrimi natory caused the current spe cial legislative session for a re shuffling of seats The Senate currently has 50 members with a majority elect ed by about 35 per cent of population The plan approved by the Sen ate Tuesday would 120 House seats strictly on a population basis The Senate Reapportionment had recommended i6 senators but this was knocked down to 51 before the plan was sent to the House The lone additional senator would go to Polk County The change would raise from about 35 per cent to about 36 cent the population factor that couM elect a majority of the Senate Hultman has said there is great risk the federal court might reject the Senates bill indicated witWt saying so thathe might veto it The court called foriapportionK ment of one chamber on pop ulation basis ;

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