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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1964, Mason City, Iowa North Iowa Daily Newspaper The newspoper that makes all North I o wa ns ne i g h bo r i CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition vocw Prttu and United Kull Wirci MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH t W4 HOc copyjrhi P4pw oi Two Mo 2S dead on Iowa roads IBJ may ask that draft age be cuHol To be key in war on poverty WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Johnson will ask Congress to lower the draft age from 18 to 17 to give his war on pov pvvDES MOINES UPI The erty a chance to aid needy Iowa House Monday battered youngsters a year earlier an down tne Democratic official source reported Monday backed Citizens Plan and the ffflSw A t i D tt 4 i T l 11 These subjects for the war on poverty the source said will can party leaders for redistrict be the 500000 each year who kg tfle Senate fail the Armys General ClassiAfter a morning spent in fication Test They will be givp a r t y caucuses to muster en a chance to enter special strength for the House reap work schools where they will portionment committees 56 take special education and vomember Senate plan the lower cational courses This key prevision in tho Monday afternoon defeated two message on poverty expected Plans designed to give addition to go to Congress Monday or The Citizens Plan calling for Tuesday Sources close to the plan ning said the change would a 60member Senate was de have no effect on the likelihood feated 8917 and the Ray Plan or of actual callup of which would provide a 58mem the younger registrants for ber upper chamber in place of service in the armed forces Draft calls are filled from the beaten 8621 ranks of the oldest eligibles with those in the lower 20s be ing called nowThe 17yearolds found qualified for service would t increase the size of the pool of eligibles but they would be at the the list as 18yearolds are now SoarchjW for a practical ap Jhe problem of school dropouts the task force assist ing Sargent Shriver bead of the war on poverty decided the draft was the ideal r screening device to pinpoint young men whoneed extra help All youngsters must take a general psychological and intel ligence test when they register for the draft at 18 4 There are some 500000 youngsters each year who fail this test the high official source said You know if they fail ihisMest theyre probably going to fail any test and they are probably not going to be able to hold down any decent job Selective Service hadnt existed would have had to create it Its perfect for our purposeThis gives us names andaddresses of persons who need help Originally the Shriver wanted Headded that lowering it to 17 gives us a years head start in trying to reclaim these youths The special schools oracad emies as they probably will be called will be similar to the work camps of Civilian Conservation Corps CCC in that under privilegedyoungsters from poor home environments But instead of concentrating on outdoor work projects as did the CCC of New Deal days the new academies will lean heav ily on education and vocational projects starts debating on civil rights cer said his men would have The 10point measure which the predominantly Greek town cleared the House 290130 four under control by noon weeks ago and has President Johnsons firm support repre police station A Bntish spokesman said the The civu rights battle is ex pected to gradually shut down all otter Senate business But leaden said they would not schedule extralong sessions at tile outset and some commitTurks had agreed to a truce tees plan to operate this week but the Greeks had refused Sen Morse DOre Committee House to 2 plans no PIan supported by Republi chamber in rapid succession Senate seats to heavily pop ulated counties the present 50 members was Fears that the small county bloc would rise up again in a lastditch battle to hold a tiht grip on area control of at least one legislative chamber faded when Rep Charles F Balloun RToledo withdrew his amend ment calling for a 51member upper chamber Balloons proposal was identi cal to the Senate remap plan which rural forces rammed through the Senate last week Auditors file appeal at remap order DES MOINES Three county auditors filed ah appeal Monday in the Federal Court suit in which legislative reap portionment was ordered The appeal was filed in U S District Court in Des Moines by JRobert Hard Osceola lawyer He represented county auditors Dean Hill of Clarke County ftonrao gold County Gnera W North Iowa Weather outlook Fair Monday night lows in mid toons Partly cloudy and a Uttto warmer Tuesday m wpoor 30s Woathor details on pago By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fifteen traffic deaths over a 24hour period wroti tragic chapter Monday into the account of lowaa growing highway fatality toll Two separate claimed seven lives u fatalities occurred late Sunday after roads had been slicked by a surprise storm that brought enmir j 1 dead as plane falls into house CHICAGO UP A chartered DC3 airplane trying to make a landing at OHare International Airport in misty weather crashed into a house late Sun day night killing the copilot The pilot and 28 passengers es caped The pilot who with the co pilot was trapped in the cockpit about two hours was reported in critical condition in a hospi tal But the passengers return ing from a day of skiing in Michigan escaped without seri ous Jtv twoengine crashed through utility lines and into a home in a residential district in suburban Hoffman Estates Six persons in the home asleep on the second floor miraculously escaped injury res cued by firemen and hospital ized for shock The passengers 23 men and five i women walked fromthe plane minutes after it plowed through the rearof the two story bilevel hoine of Victor Go lubski There was no fire The plane did not overturn but part of a wing was ripped off as it landed pilotVirgil Pronovost 40 Robinson 111 was rescued CHICAGO PLANE RAMS HOUSE Photofax ra is near as copter falls 2 die HOA HAO VietNam from their landing pad Secretary of Defense Robert He learned of it later iby firemen nearly two hours after the plane crashed A few minutes later firemen recov copilot 25 perish in crash of plane near Bogota BOGOTA Colombia Wi Po lice said all 25 aboard a Colombian airliner apparent ly perished Sunday night when it crashed 18 miles south of Bb gbta j lUJLtUUplCl hopping tour of South Viet lost power while making a low Nams Communistinfested Mealtitude sweep of the landing kong RiverDelta Monday tellarea The pilot and copilot sur ing cheering crowds he had yived but two enUsted NICOSIA Cyprus HVHeavy fighting continued Monday in the port town of ktima on the west coast of Cyprus shatter ing a shortlived ceasefire fol lowing a weekend of skirmishes and surging mobs The Greek Cypriot govern WASHINGTON AP i The ment said its forces had Senate1began its historic civil hunched an allout attack and rights debate Monday with few the Turkish Cypriots were members willing to predict how 5 or when it will end Greeks reportedly hove riots running retreat A Greek police offi A British commander and a broad attempt to were reporl the rights of Negroes Pnned by Turkish fire in u iii picture on 3 Indian Lt Gen Prem Singh has served notice that he wiU Gyani commander of the pro make aa attempt to shunt the posed UN police force civil rights bill to the Judiciary ranged an urgent meeting with Tk J President Makarios and then planned to fly by helicopter to the battle area Turks opened fire at dawn with Safety boss baffled by growing toll Iowa Commissioner of snow rain and sleet and our other persons accidents Sunday morning Five men died Saturday night including four in a onecar crash at Sioux City The dead R Duncan 16 of Spirit Lake fatally injured Sunday wuillliaaiuuer OI night m a twocar collision on lie Safety William Sueppel PTlQhlirow Q T t If j i Monday was baffled by rash of highway accidents that have shot the states toll to i record level for so early in the year At first weattributed ittei an unusually long open winter and a high frequency of multiple fatality accidents Sueppel said Then along comes a bad weekend weatherwise and 15 are killed Its difficult to ex Iowas road toll is more than 50 ahead of this time a year ago Whereas we have had only 26 more fatal accidents than BOSTON PLANE ON NOSE Photofax S McNamara made a hedge come to pledge Americas full r fcj Ir 1 support for their new leader were killed Maj Gen Nguyen Khanh M 4 The helicopter was turbine McNamaras tour was powered UHlB the marred bythe crash of a US in which McNamaraand Khanh Army helicopter escorting him were riding here Two American crewmen were killed Atanotherstop the city of Can Thb McNamara and Khanh arrived while smoke still was rising from a burning gasoline depot demolished by Communist Viet Cong mortar fire during the night McNamara spent most of the day trying to influence people to get behind Premier Khanh inthe war against the Commu nists At Can Tho McNamara made a donation in behalfof the US government of for 3000 victims of a fire that V a Aix w LilCll CovVrnmcnt sources ukl swePta slum quarter last week McNamara did not see the AUIJVO Jjj c at UaWU WJitl nui ace me out provocation from a minaret crash of the helicopter which towering o y e r the market was flyin2 security cover for place AC Greek Cypriot ment spokesman in Nicosia said itrr mmutuo the gpyernnxent retaliated with after he and Khanh had walked an fallout irtempt by security forces to improve law and or der Telephooe coinmunications to the embattled town were out butthe government spokesman said firing was continuous and the security forces were gain ing ground Tho British said the Creek Cypriot police superintendent of the KtimaPaphos district Di mitri Papageorge had refused todeal with anyone except Gy Gyani had flown to Ktima Sunday after a battle Saturday which six Greeks and a Turk were killed and at least a score of persons were injured The Globe TEACHERS FROM U counties to meet here March 20 Page 14 Editorials 4 CUar 5 NIM th Iowa nows 7 Comics Sports news 100 1 Latest markers 15 Classified paoes 2t2tthe Officials said the helicopter manning the helicopters guns This was McNamaras sec ond day of his visit to this war troubled Southeast Asian na tion After briefings in Saigon Sunday he took off Monday morning for a firsthand look at the countryside where Commu nist guerrillas have Teen waging successful warfare in the last four months EXOFFICJAL JAILED TEHRAN iran Uipi Gen Ahmed Vassough a former min ister of war has been arrested on charges of embezzlement ac cording to an announcement made here Sunday 13 safe as plane lands on its nose BOSTON TransWorld Airlines airliner with 13 persons aboard made an emergency landing at Logari international Airport Monday without serious difficulty after circling for an hour to use up fuel The main wheels operated properly and held during the landing The pilot radioed just after leaving Washington for Balti more that he was experiencing difficulty with the nose wheel The fourengine Constellation was diverted to John F Ken nedy International Airport in New York but poor weather forced it to continue on to Boston The flight originated in Day ton Ohio HUSSEIN TO CAIRO AMMAN Jordan T Republic Top court tosses out ruling against Times WASHINGTON Su preme Court overturned Mon day a libel judgment awarded a Montgomery Ala city official in a suit against the New York Times and four Negro ministers Justice William J Brcnnan Jr delivered the unanimous decision The libel suit was based on publication of an advertisement in the Times of March 29 1960 The advertisement had state ments critical of the handling County Circuit Court with contention that several para graphs in the advertisement would be taken as reflecting on in by of ratial demonstrations City news 1415 Montgomery in L B Sullivan police com M 2223 mistiioner of Montgomery won award i in Montgomery ard fidal or i nr P ec unless i h he proves that statement was made with actual that is with knowledge resident had been involved in that it was false or with reckless disregard of whether it wa false or not 2 of victims North Highway 9 south of Larchwood Lloyd E Stoner 20 and Frank Allen Sluss 18 both of Waterloo and Jean Paricak of Evansdale They were killed Sunday night when their car slammed into an Illinois freight train at a county road crossing on the outskirts of Evansdale a suburb of Waterloo Stephan Ladd Obrecht 20 of Algona See Story below Harry A Bliss 72 of East Moline 111 killed in a twocar smashup on Highway 30 a mile west of Lowden John JPfiffer 66 farmer near Manchester and his wife Mil dred 66 killed in a twocar crash while returning home iom Sunday morning church in Manchester Daryl Dean Thoren 16 of killed when his car rolled over at the west edge of Holland Donald Charles Humpal 27 of Cresco See Story below Four Sioux City men perished Saturday night when their car struck a failing on an Interstate 29 overpass in Sioux City They were Lee Edward Thomas 38 Norman Lee Green 35 Warren Coolidge G o b dlow 38 and James Jordan 35 John Smyth 21 of Lockridge was killed Saturday night in a twocar collision on Highway 34 three miles Pleasant north of Mount 1car wreck fatal to man from Algona ALGONA Stephan Ladd Obrecht 20 son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrecht Algona was killed Sunday night when the car he was driving crashed off snowslick Highway 30 five miles west of Toledo Obrecht was alone in the car at the time of the accident He was in the Toledo area on a business trip He worked for his father in the interior decorating business Funeral services are pending at the McCuilough Chapel Algona Funeral Survivors his parents TT iiiuiuuu ins uarerus Hussein of Jordan will travel to two sisters Mrs Herbert Pa Cairo this week to discuss Arab tricia Henslcy Algona and issues with President Gamal AbTina at home and a brother del Nasser of the United Arab William at home Another brother Larry was killed in an auto accident near Algona in 1955 Escapes auto wreck dies in patrol car IOWA FALLS A man died in a highway patrol Sunday for while beto Norway ing taken irf t dent in which he had been In nJa w volved but apparently had es serious injury Elsbury 62 died of an apparent heart attack in patrol car driven by patrolman Carl Condon the Elsbwry former Rockwell ESCAPES Continued on V The Globes Iowa Line GlcheGiwettet wire WM father for on this day in 1963 the num ber of livesclaimed is con siderably higher Sueppel added Its the accidents are more severe and the ber of occupants in the ye hides involved is greater r Good weather in winter bound to increase the traffic flow the safety commissioner added and as a result drivers probably tend to let down their guard We have a cycle going Tm hoping wevt seen the worst of it V Cresco man dies in v auto crash C Humpal 27 Cresco was killed Sunday when the car he was driving ran off H i g h w a y 139 north of Kendallville Winneshiek County A u t h o r i t ies said the car skidded 300 feet before it crashed into a tree Two passengers in the car were critically injured They are Robert Anderson of Gran ger Minn and Ron Wilson 26 Cresco Anderson was t a k e n to a Rochester hospital and Wilson was hospitalized at Decorah services for f at 10 am at Church in Cres co Burial wiU be in Holy Tiini ity Cemetery at Protivin Surviving are his stepfather and mother Mr and Mrs Har old Smith two sisters Mrs Irene Aarl and Mrs Charles Belts both of Preston Minn RUSSIANS VISIT OSLO cosnVo nauts Yuri Gagarin and Valer Bykovsky arrived in Osto SAME
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