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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The new North Iowas Newspoper spoper thot mokes all N o r t h Rowans neighbors LOBE Home Edition VOL1M AMoeUted Preu ind Umuil taUrMtlonal Full LCIM Wire MASON CITY IOWA MARCH 11 1H4 Consist of Five SectionsSection V Lodge romps to victory aflaT 32207 20J41 19933 15587 12004 7320 BARRY GOLDWATER in N Hampshire i w Lodge men captured all 14New clared and absent Henry Cabot Hampshire delegate seats at SI HENRY CABOT LOOSE MARGARET C SMITH HAROLD E STASSEN mary Wednesday with a write in vote triumph that shufflec the Republican presidentia cards Lodge US ambassador t South Viet Nam saidin Saigo he will not resign his diplomati post despite his upset victors in the years first pollingplac test of Republican sentiment His writein vote rolled ove hardrunning Arizona Sen Bar ry Goldwater and New York Gov Nelson A Rockefelleriand xveison A Rockefellerian U S softly protests plane downing incident aaaaaaakBiif Apology is also CREW OF IXWNED JET The TL SrAir Ftoce identified these three airmen as the crew of the U S shot down over East Ger Capt David 35 pilot Capt Melvin J Kessler 30 instructor navigator and 1st Lt Harold Welch 24 navigator Rural forces beaten x I again in Senate vote BULLETIN FRANKFURT G e r many three crewmen of the American Air Force jet reconnaissance bomber shot downover East Germanyare alive an East German official said Wednesday WASHINGTON United States combined an apology with a protest in asking the Soviet Union to help speed the returs an American reconnaissance bomber and its threeman crew shot down Tuesday over Com munist East Germany The Soviet government an swered protestapology with a note saying that a Soviet fighter plane had shot down DES MOINES Sena tors v complaining that a pro posed ISOmember House was too large Wednesday rejected an attempt to make it 114 rep resentatives T The vote came as the Senate took up the Housepassed bill for temporary legislative reap portionment which called for a House of 130 members and a Senate of 56 After defeating 3218 an amendment setting the House membership at 114 the Senate turned tota no th e r amend ment proposing 51 senators Sen Joseph Flatt RWinter set leader of the successful Sen ate move last week to reap portion with 51 senators said he believed his forces could hold that figure They want to keep the Senate substantially as it is rural control This is the way North Iowa senators voted on the unsuccess ful proposal to create a 114 member Iowa House of Repre sentatives YEA Leo Elthon RFertile and Jacob Grimstead RLake Mills NAY Leigh Curran RMasqn City Donald Meneke Vernon Kyhl RParkersbufg and Robert R i g 1 e r RNew Hampton The House in its turn passed a bill calling for 56 senators am a 130member populationbased House Baker will probably accept CRESCOThe Board of Eded to Baker Monday night by ucatup of the HowardWinne the new board of education School DisThe new board includes Harry a new three Community trict has extended year contract to Russell J Bak er superintendent of thedis trict for 11 years Earlier this year Baker a former superintendent at North wood i had tendered his resigna tion Before any action could be taken on the resignation three members of the fiveman board quit in protest of the actions of the other two members toward Baker When contacted Wednesday Baker said he hasnt made a fi nal decision on the new con tract but indicated he wilf Accept it prob The new contract was extend North Iowa WeatHer outlook snew afVel Of MI Kitchen Lime Springs LuVern Peterson and The Qobes Iowa Line Minn the two board members who did not resign in protest to Bakers resignation Other members of the new board who were elected last week are Mrs Darrill Davis and Dr Donald Perkins both of Cresco and Reuben Fried rich Elma Perfcins was ef the three board members who resigned early in February This time he ran for the board as the repre sentative from Cresco He had leen the atlarge member of the other board Mrs Davis was elected as the atlarge member Wednesday thai lastweek Baker said U S reconnaissance bomber Tuesday in East Germany They protested the flight The crewmen parachuted from the plane after the shooting the Defense Department said The Air Force identified the threecrewmen as Capt David I Holland 35 son of Mr and Mrs Ambrose Holland of Holland Minn Capt Melvin 3 Kessler 30 instructor navi gator son of Abraham Kessler of Philadelphia and 1st Lt Harold W Welch 24 navigator son of Mr and Mrs Gerald W Welchof Detroit Hollands wife lives at Toul Rosieres Air Force Base France where the crew is staj OVER THE HILLS TO VOTE WE Inside The Globe 15 YEAR REPORT on Hancock County taxe Page 13 RESIST pressures advise Packard Page 18 tionedKesslers wife and two children reside at Toufaire near the base Welch is single The request for Soviet help was made urgently Tuesday night by Assistant Secretary of State William Tyler to Georgi M Kornienko minister counse lor of the Soviet Embassy The State Department an nounced thatTyler delivered a strong oral protest Tyler also expressed the Sgovernments regrets that the plane became lost and in advertently crossed the demar cation line This was the second incident of this kind in six weeks and the wording of the US protest after the Soviet destruction of a US T39 jet trainer on Jan 28 was much harsher All three men in the trainer were killed L1STON ARRESTED Stery on 21 he vote to extend him a new ontract was unanimous but which the first hat the problems aused the hassle in place are still here These problems he added Devolve around a school build ing program in the district These problems arent go ng to disappear or go away overnight he continued but hope the district will be able o get started on this needed building program Fpur bond issues to construct ichobls in the district have been defeated in the last three BILL FRENCH has his tory of close ones in bowling Page 22 SEVEN AT JUNIOR col lege join honor society Page 33 Editorials i Norm news Comics news Sports news 2122 Clear Lake news markets Mason City news 3233 Transit timetable 3t Classified pages 3tW Kin is one 0f missiingcrew BOONE W Mrs Ambrose Holland of Boone said Wednes her husbands brother Capt David I Holland was a member of the crew of the reconnaisance plane shot down by the Russians in the Berlin Corridor of East She said the State Department in Washington had notified Mr and Mrs Ambrose Holland Sr of Holland Minn that Capt Holland was missing and his fate was not determined by newsman Dave Dugan Odds soy Elthon will enter race LEO ELTHON Lakers back Mason Gity on Interstate CLEAR LAkE A majority By ROBERT SPIEGEL DES Senator Leo Elthon RFertile said Wed nesday he will make the final decision some time next week whether to seek the Republican nomination for governor The odds are heavily in favor of Elthon entering the race against Atty Gen Evan HulU man already an announced can didate Pressed for an answer for a Elthon smiled broadly and Im not going to say right now but I dont think any body is far ahead in this race I dont consider myself an underdog Id say that I would start out rather even After all Curly Hultmans private poll and others in the of Clear Lake Chamber of Com merce members returning a questionnaire favor locating In erstate 35 between Mason City and Clear Lake Compilations by the Chamber of Commerce board of directors bowed that 149 of 356 ballots nailed to members were re urned with the following re ults Favoring Mason CityClear Lake location 90 Favoring location near High ray 69 52 Neutral 7 5 Ed Lamson managing ary of the Chamber said the oard did not go on record or ssue a statement representing ie views of the Chamber of Commerce Directors expressed view that the results of the urvey would reflect the Cham bers position For comments included on he questionnaires returned see 25 candidate is trailing Governor Harold Hughes at this time Elthons name was circulated as a possible gubernatorial can didate in the Iowa Legislature as an outgrowth of the rural urban split over reapportion ment Elthon favors one House based on population the other on area He is strongly in favor of a 51member Senate while Hultman and Robert Ray state Republican chairman want a 56 seat Senate Elthon who served briefly as governor for 53 days after the death of Governor Beardsley in was a state senator from until he was elected lieu state show that any Republican 1954 1933 tenant governor under Beards ley After a time out of politics ELTHON Continued on Page 2 Cambodians sack n embassy PHNON PENH Cambodia OP Cambodians sacked toe American and British em bassies in Phnom Penh Wednes day and the US Service library Information T Several thousand Cambodians rampaged through the buildings during the three hours of dis order The flag over the US Em bassy was hauled down and burned and the mob ran up the Cambodian flag Several cars belonging to members of the British Embas sy were burned and several American Embassy cars were overturned The mob shouted such slogans as US go home Down with imperialists and the Free World and Perfidious Albion In Washington State Depart ment press officer Martin Cra mer said no Americans were re ported injured in the riot but several demonstrators were cut by shattered glass from win dows stoned by the mob Cramer said US charge d affaires Herbert D Spivack had protested to the Cambodian gov ernment and Rockefeller declared candidates who spent wintry weeks hunting votes in New challenged Lodge to come home and fight for the nomination The ambassadors answer do not plan to go to United States I do riot intend to resign Former Vice President Rich ard M Nixon another writein contender ranked fourth with New Hampshire Republicans Sen Margaret Chase Smith of Maine and former Minnesota Gov Harold Stassen trailed far behind The most optimistic backers of the top declared candidates had not anticipated a sweep of the delegates f or theirman Goldwater claiming victoryin advance said he expected to capture seven of 10 delegates The complete but unofficial GOP Vote tally follows Lodge 32207 Goldwater 20741 Rockefeller 19933 Nixon 15587 Smith 2004 Stassen 1320 It added up to a New Hanip shire mandate to Lodge to chal lenge President boss as ambassador for White House There were a scattered few writein votes for Go vs William W Scranton 72 of Pennsyl vama and George Romney 86 of Michigan Despite the snowstorm the Republican turnout totaled some 90000 votes Advance forecasts had placed it at 90 000 to 100000 New Hampshire Democrats staged a writein drive of their own in what Gov John WKing called an expression and rec ommendation that Atty Gen Robert FKennedy become the partys nominee for vice presi dent Its leaders had some lastmin ute qualms fearing a Kennedy writein that topped that for President Johnson would em barrass the President jV The outcome quieted those fears The figures read this way Johnson 21898 Kennedy 17683 New Hampshire voters also approved their states big gam ble A sweepstakes designed to raise money for education The local option vote on the sale of sweepstakes tickets conducted all over New Hamp shire but effective only in the 42 communities with state liquor LODGE Continued on Page 2 Belmond man jailed on assault count CLARION Harry Martin Diekhuis 37 Belmond was in he Wright County jail Wed esday charged with assault vilh intent to murder in larch 4 slabbing of his ex vife Diekhuis appeared in Justice f the Peace Court Tuesday nd was bound over to the grand jury bond He was accused of stabbing is former wife now Mrs Bon ie Modderman 33 three times t her home in Belmond during n argument She has recovered rom her wounds Diekhuis fled the scene in his ar and stabbed himself The vound was not serious SAME v i l At   

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