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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Dcnty Newspaper The newspaper rh a t mokes oil North lowons neighbors ITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL JM and fnu loterBttional full Wlrct MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY IP 1H4 feud eopyTb CoiuWi Two OB rem Me H topple As salons fight remap By CHARLES W WALK DES5 MOINES legislators were unanimou Tuesday in agreeing that part lines have become nonexisten in the reapportionment fight There was no unified opinio as to the future course of th temporary plans that have bee approved in the House and Sen t Rep Mrs Lenabelle Bock R Garner voted forthe 56mem ber Senate on Monday She ex plained her vote this way W iad to do something the de feated Shaff Plan made thi clear Besides the rural legis lators will still have control both houses t represent the people of Hancock County but also hav a responsibility to other peopl in the state I dont believe i political expediency Rep Robert W Naden R Webster City speaker of th House believes the Senate will adopt the House reapportion merit bill without change think the last of it i believe the House bill has a good chance for passage as i is in the Senate est m A tvWUA put Democrats in icharf e of th House in 1965 said Nelson5 Sen Leigh Cuffan RMason City commented I believe the House bill has a 5050 chance of passage the Senate We need five switches and haver Iwo of them for sure Rep MarionE Olson R Mason City believes the Senat will adopt a different and that the matter will end up in a HouseSenateconference com mittee He would like to see a smaller House than voted b either the House or the Senate Olson a member ef the new rules committee in the House said he believes there is a goo chance that bill will be adopt ed that will increase the boode indebtedness that can be in curred by a schpol district from 7 to 10 per cent of the assessed valuation Olson says no opposition hai developed as yet to the proposal 1021 OK to bill forcing DES MOINES bill re quiring any imported meat of fered for safe us Iowa rtoi be labeled with its country of orig in was passed 1021 by the Iowa House and sent to the Senate Tuesday Sponsors of the bill said it might tend to curtail the sale of imported meat and aid the sale of Iowaproduced meat BULLETIN Germany UPI The US Air Force Mid Tuesday it was checking fnat en American plane may have been shef dewn ever Commu nist East Germany McFADDEN DIES ATLANTA Haynes Mc Fadden 83 business magazine publisher died Monday North Iowa Weather outlook f ertty ckwdy Tuesday nifht end Wedneedey W a r m e r Weether AeteHs en pete Photofac SERVED WITH Marguerite Os wald mother of Lee Harvey Oswald who is accused of theassassination of President Kennedy holds up the subpoena which she was served when she ap peared at the Jack Ruby trial in Dallas Mrs Oswald saidshehad planned to attend the trial but after being servedwith the subpoena to testify for the prosecution she was prevented from entering the courtroom as a spectator end Lee Oswalds Power voided mother in Ruby trial FROM OUR WIKESERVICES DALLAS Mrs Marguerite Dswald arriving to watch the trial of her sons slayer was stopped at the courtroom door Tuesday and subpoenaed as a prosecution witness The move sars her from the court and xom discussing the case Ruby looked on blankly as Mrs Oswald appeared briefly o be sworn in Mrs Oswald you will have o stay outside the courtroom until called as a witness said Judge Joe B Brown with a smile Deputy Rosemary Allen re moved Mrs Oswald Mrs Oswald had said she wanted to attend a session of he trial not as a mother but is a person interested in jus tice She said she wanted to get a clue as to what happened last Nov 24 when Jack Ruby shot ee Harvey Oswald In a black dress gray hair pulled into a tight bun the AC cused assassins mother left the courtroom and sat silently on a wooden bench in the hallway outside Mrs Oswald So declined re peatedly to answer newsmens direct questions but at one point exclaimed I believe Lee Harvey Os wald should be in this court room and having a trial of his own A Mrs Oswald who maintains that her son is innocent flew to Dallas from New York Mori day night Her home is in Fort Worth South Hamilton Wins girls opener S MOINES ondranked South Hamilton of Jewell defeated Parkersburg 5654 in the first game of the Iowa girls high basket ball tournament Tuesday when Karla Hill hit a basket with 12 seconds remaining Report uneasy truce in NICOSIA Cyprus ffi Greek ind Turkish Cypriots kept ah neasy truce in battered Ktima TuesdaybUtVnewfighting was eared rang out in e4rbyMaliia The British 4Army ftished a latoon to Mallia in an attempt head off another outbreak hat might plunge the Cypriot actions into alWut war Talks between Greek and urkish leaders aimed at re toring peace on this eastern Mediterranean island were ex pected to start Tuesday unless new flareup occurred A ceasefire was imposed on tima Monday night after reek and Turkish Cyprjots bat ed more than 12 hours with rmored bullddiers mortars nd bazookas Informants said le truce was authorized by both Makarids the Greek ypriot and Vice Presi dent Fazil Kuchuk leader of the Hrkish minority UNfSecretaryG e n e r a 1 U hant cabled appeals Monday ight to Archbishop Makarios rus war and the foreign ministers of Greece arid Turkey to halt the bloodshed which can only lead to even more tragicand deplor able Casualty reports from Ktima west coast port of 6000 Greeks arid 3000 Turks said two Turks had been killed and 18 wounded and one Greek slain and 13wounded in Mondays battle Somebelieved that Turk ish casualties would prove far higher Before the fightine stopped a British helicoptef airlifted Turk ish leader Aziz Altay out of the surrounded Turkish quarter into he Greek sector for peace talks Thahfc alreadyhaving trouble finding soldiers for the UN ieacekeeping force authorized forCyprvis by the Security ouhcil was reported hav ng difficulty getting agreement o a mediator to seek a political settlement of the dispute Turkey Greece Cyprus and Britain all must approve the mediator DES MOINES UPI Iowa Supreme r Court in a pre cedentsetting decision Tuesda ruled the state cannot deny ai to schools which do not mee minimum standards prescribe by the of Public In structioh The court declared a sectio of the states school aid la unconstitutional because makes an improper delegatio ofauthority to the state super intendent of public instruction The law had been challenge in the courts by residents of th Lewis Consolidated School Di trict in Cass County near A lantic The unanimous 80 opinion with Justice Bruce Snell no taking part said the law pur ported to give unlimited pow ers to the board of public in struction and the superintended The law making body ma not entirely abrogate its func lions and surrender them t administrative officials th decision written by Justice G K Thompson said The latitude of authority granted the department of pub lie instruction to regulate ed ucational programs and allocate has point with the rural faction o the legislature The board to consolidate schoo districts into units large enough to finance a high school ha been the chief objection The department came unde fire most recently duringthe 1963 session of the General As sembly when a bill was intro duced to return the selection o a superintendent to the partisan ballot to beelected by thepeo pie instead of appointed by thi board The reappbintment of Pau Johnston as superintendent one of the first nominations sub mitted fp the Senate was de layed until the closing days o the session before con firmed Another measure was intro duced to have the 9member board appointed by the governor instead pf by district conven tions of school officials The ruling said that if the superintendent of public in struction was to be given power to deny school aid to the Lewis District or any think more definite guides to the making of such standards and rules should be provided by the legislature The high court noted that the school laws spell out that the state has a policy of ericourag ing reorganization of school dis triCtS This is adesirablegoal but it must be reached by laws and procedures which do not trans gress the constitution the opinion said The end does not justify the means in faqt it never does if constitutional precepts must be disregarded to jreach it Nor will we torture the constitution out ol any fair construction or mean ng to promote or permit what may be thoughtto be a bene icial result the opinion stated The eight justices agreed that vhcie standards or guidelines are readily possible the legis ature may not abandon them altogether and tell the admin strative body you may do any hing you think will further the purpose of the law In so doing you may set up whatever stand ards you deem necessary and Km may punish for violation of hose standards The Lewis Consolidated School District originated the suit in oik County District Court in lune 1962 after being warned y the IowaDepartment of Pub lic Instruction that a proposed expansion program would result in loss of state aid Hunt for moon dirt in Iowa COUNCIL BLUFFS UR The space agency launched a search in western Iowa Tuesday for stone fragments from the moon The National Aeronautics and Space Administration asked res idents of six counties par ticularly farmers and schoo children to watch for any suspicious rocks and stones tha may be turned up during spring plowing Dr John A OKeefe assistan chief ofthe theoretical division of NASAs Goddard Space Plight CenterGreenbelt Md western Iowa for the search after making an explor atory t trip there last summer and finding Nyhat he described as promisingspecimens At a meeting here Tuesday OKeefe urged that farm civic business and government lead ers of the area take part m project moon harvest spon sored by NASA and the Depart ment of Agriculture He asked that any unusua stones be brought to the atten tion of the local county agent or soil conservation office Moon fragments OKeefe id are likely to be porous and thus lighter in weight than ordinary rock 5One r a gmen i turned is color with a grayish c o a t in some places Others have a greyish crust or a reddish interior In general the lunar fragments might resemble slag or a sohdi fied sponge rubber OKeefe said thatalthough no such pieces of the moon have een positively identified scien tists are reasonably sure of their existence on earth because of laboratory studies The con clusion is fragments are knocked fromthe moon by meteors and that many must be reaching the after trips of millions of years OKeefe urged the searchers in Monona Harrison Shelby Crawford Woodbiiry and Potta wattamie counties to send in all suspicious rocks The pieces might vary in size from objects weighing only a ew ounces to large chunks weighing several pounds OKeefe said the search area rom Council Bluffs to Sioux ity is remarkably free of native stones Underlying rocks re covered by a thick blanket f finegrained earth In this area any stone which turns up in plowing is a unosity and the likelihood of ur finding meteorites orpieces rom the moon is enhanced ie said OKeefe said the Goddard enter is also interested in meteorites because they may aye traveled in space for housands of years and may hed light on the birth and ngm of the earth snd solar ystem A NASA spacemobile crew will tour the sixcounty area or the next two weeks con ucting demonstrations on space rejects and inviting the as istance of the public in the roject 1 NINE VOTES FOUR Clerk Gertrude Nash with nine ballots of Dixville Notch NH after firstmnation midnight balloting Nixon and Lodge received three writein votes each Rockefeller and Goldwater who were on ballot received two and one Four years ago in November this tiny White Moun tain village voted 9 to 0 for Nixon N Hampshire ms Inside The Globe OUR CERRO GORDO of ficers file for primaries Page 17 Editorials 4 Society news fcVMO Sports news 1314 Latest markets 14 Mason City news 1417 Clear Laka news 20 Farm news 21 Transit timetable M Classified pages 2223 North Iowa news 24 CONCORD N H LBN e w Hampshire voters put their piece into the big Republican puzzle Tuesday A trickle of votes from Dix ville Notch a hamlet near the Canadian border began the fade that will shape the battle forthe GOP nomination to oppose Pres ident Johnson next November Nine voters in Dixville Notch registered three writein vote tor Henry Cabot Lodge Repub lican vice presidential nominee n 1960 three writeins for for mer Vice President Richard M who headed the GOP icket four years ago two bal lots for New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller and one for Ari zona Sen Barry Goldwater Voters there cast their bal ots moments after Monday midnight Elsewhere in the state be ween 90000 and 100000 Repub icans were expected to head for he polls despite adverse weather rain and snow Polling hours vary with an 8 pm deadline Goldwater and Rockefeller he big two of the early cam a potentially po ent question mark candidate in odge Lodges name wasnot on the ballot but pollsters predicted a substantial writein for the US ambassador to South Viet Nam Sen Margaret Chase Smith of Haine former Minnesota Gov Harold E Stassen and Nashua accountant Norman Lepage rounded out the list of declared candidates There also was an organized drive for Nixon who was ex pected to receive a substantia number of votes New Hampshire voters chos delegates to the national con vention next summer as 14 Republicans and 17 Demo crats While there were no names on the Democratic presidentia preference ballot there was i writein drive to promote Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy for th vice presidential nomination Gov John W King of New Hampshire said he would write in Kennedys name after filling inJohnsons name for his choice for the presidential nomina tion New Hampshire Democrats want to express their feeling for aJohnsonKennedy ticket King said Some Democrats were afraid the writein movement would embarrass the President by pro ducing more votes for Kennedy than for Johnson In addition to the ballot on hopefuls and town meeting business New Hamp shire voters also will have their say on the nations first state sweepstakes Thatcomes in a local option vote on the sale of sweepstakes tickets at New Hampshires 49 state liquor stores and three race tracks The sweepstakes proposal was approved by the legislature last year Court action seen as win for papers WASHINGTON UPI The Supreme Courts historic de cision in the New York Times libel case was viewed Tuesday as massive support for the right of the nations press to criticize public officials The court in a decision which set sweeping new guidelines in the field of freedom of the press and of speech Monday threw vout a libel judgment against the Times The judgment had been won in stale courts by a Montgomery Ala police official The de cision also struck down the judgment as it applied to four Negro clergymen who were co defendants in the Alabama case The courts majority opinion in strong language laid down the rule that critical statements about the official conduct of government officers are pro tected by the constitutional guarantees of free speech and free press A government official can collect damages only if he can prove actual malice said Justice William J Brennan Jr who wrote the decision Urbans rurals Party lines not apparent By ROBERT SPIEGEL DES MOINESThere was a lull here Tuesday in floor ac tion on reapportionment as the Republican Darty feud con tinued in cloakrooms and corn dors Atty Gen Evan Hultman the leading Republican candidate for governor continued to carry his fight for a 56 seat Senate to rural forces His particular target is Sen ator Richard L Stephens R Ainsworth who Tuesday criti cized Hultman for his strong stand on the issue in a House Republican caucus The caucus preceded House approval of the 56member Senate by a 5849 vote Stephens had accused Mult man of twisting arms in the caucus calling it a very wrong function of the Republican leadership Robert Ray state Republican chairman was at Hultmans side in the fight Democrats settled back hap piJy most of them voting with uiban Republicans as the GOP rift widened Party lines meant little as the breakdown was al most entirely on urbanrural di ision The Senate will renew debate on reapportionment Wednesday morning with little optimism expressed by Republican Senate leadership t over prospects of getting a 56member Senate Meantime Hultman con fronted Stephens in the state house rotunda Tuesday morning in a vigorous exchange on his part in the reapportionment smuggle Stephens a farmer and the fiyefootsix Hultman stood nose The Globes Iowa Line The GIobeGuettei eielnsiv loaf distance telephone wire irmi used father infornntlon far thli o nose in a de ate At one point Hultman threw his arms out wide and ex claimed I not only had a right but responsibility to take a stand m that caucus Hultman later issued a press please which said in part Crucial problems such as appor ionment require solutions and emand leadership The Republican party needs trong and effective leadership nd I intend to pay the price of eadership for a better Iowa and arty whatever the personal ost I am indeed sorry that Sena or Stephens can see nothing vrong with paid lobbyists for pecial interest groups twisting he arms of legislators but ob ccts to having a state public of icial elected by a majority vote ppearing before a caucus on ehalf of the people of Iowa That triggered a cloakroom re ponse by Stephens He ex ressed concern over this type f campaigning and pressure nd the effect it is having in articular on the sparsely popu ated parts of the stale The Ainsworth senator said he old Ray several longtime Re REMAP Continued on Page 1 SAME DAT E u   

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