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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 17, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The North Iowas Newspaper for too Homo newspaper that makes all North o w a n s LOBE Home Edition VOLW4 and UnlUd latenatlona Full wirt MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 17 19M UOe a eopyjThli Paper Coiuliti of Two On Novell Offer resumes Shall warning go on smokes WASHINGTON The health commissioner of New York City Tuesday cities would adopt local laws if the federal government failed to take some steps to control cig arette advertising and labeling Dr George James made the statement in a Federal Trade Commission hearing on pro posed rules andregulations gov erning cigarette advertising and labeling He said New York City defi nitely would adopt a law requir ing a warning on the cigarette package and would seek con trols over ciga rette ad ver Using originating in New York City A parade of witnesses testified at the opening session of the Federal Trade Commissions scheduled three day hearings Monday Dr JEva Salber of Harvard said television advertising has a strong impact on youngsters who ought to be warned that smoking may seem an adventure but soon becomes adangeroushabit i 5 Dr Michael Shimkin long timefoe of least tinues his drive for the past tobac co industry has shown the mor als of a barracuda he told the commission r H Thomas Austorn toga De iwjai ficsiueni s representative of the Tobacco schedule included a second talfcs with his host Adolfo Lopez Mateos He scored a personal 6 on nis arrival Monday adertise a speech in excellent Span icuta ne ueciarea sn delivered from the presi FTC Chairman Paul Rand dential balcony of the National Dixon said the commission Palace to 300000 persons pack wouldnothave made the Institute The FTC have the authority to make binding rules that would force the cautionary labeling of ciga rette packages or ments he declared new remap plan DE GAULLESPEAKS FROM PrTsT dent Charles de Gaulle speaks from the balcony of the National Palace in Mexico City to a crowd which poljce estimated at 300000 Mexicos President Lopez Mateos is in the foreground De Gaulle scores It triumph MEXICO CITY dent Charles de Gaulle con to increase French influence in the West ernHemisphere with an address Tuesday before a joint session o the Mexican Congress The French presidents posals unless it believed that it had the authority to do so Outside nor commissioners which smoking was banned Dixon told newsmen that no matter what the FTC did it realized that its sections would be subject to review by the courts Dixon said other three smoke cigarettes He said he had once smoked but quit after the surgeon generals report last January condemned smok ing v Dr Salber told of s urveys of Newton Mass school children in which the average age boys took their first cigarette was 116 years The average age for girli was 127 years Rail strike threat eased says H WASHINGTON rail road spokesman who warned that the nation was possibly on the verge of a vast rail strike the railroads DOW are optimistic that a crisis can be avoided JE Wolfe the spokesman and chief negotiatorlor some 200 carriers set off the alarm bells Monday He declared he had unimpeachable advice that the five operating brother hoods planned to bypass na tional negotiations and the Southern Pacific and Lou isville and Wednesday Nashville lines Tins he added would lead to nationwide strike j But afterofficers for two of the unions denied any strike plans Wolfe issued a statement Monday night saying in view of the apparent reversal of their strike plans the railroads now are optimistic that a crisis can be avoided LEACH DIES HOUSTON Tex Sayles up vu inla 1 Leach 7 former director of have to live a life worthwhile Texaco Inc Monday aft suffering a heart attack ing the plaza estimated 700000 people the route of the two De Gaulle was the first for eigner invited to speak from the F Kennedy j who received a more tumultuous welcome in Mexico Cityniwb years ago was not accorded this honor Both De Gaullev and Lopez Mateos talked of alliance be tween their countriesBoth stressed that alliance would hurt no one This apparently intended to quiet un easiness about De Gaulles aims on his visit to Mexico and his projected tour of Brazil Uru guay and Peru in I No doctrine no quarrel no divergent interests separate us De Gaulle said Quite to the contrary we have many rea sons that urge us todraw clos er each He compared Mexicos long revolutionary fight for freedom with Frances own struggle for liberty and dignity of He said both are threatened by frightful trials but by joini ing hands andwalking in hand a solution is possible Lopez Mateos said it was the greatest moment in the history of FrenchMexican relations He said French culture and spirit had influenced Mexico and the French Revolution of 1789 gave Mexico encourage ment in its own struggle Town backs Negro Hes now tree man WARDEN Wash the first time in more than five years Charles Will Cauthen is a free man Tuesday Washington Albert D Rosellini Monday refused to ex tradite the 26yearold Negro to Georgia where he is under death sentence for the murder of a white service station operator EUjkhiL Perkins at Griffin Ga Cauthon ascapcd from at Zebulon Ga on March 26 1959 three days before he was to be executed and made his way to Warden a small farming com munity in eastern Washington He took an assumed name and worked for three years as a farm laborer respect of his gaining employer the and others in Ljstisunimer he wasarrested by the Federal Bureau of In yestigatiori on a fugitive war rant He has been fighting ex tradition eVersince aided by petitions and money from War den citizens Weve kept his quarters waiting said Clyde1 DeGraff a part time Warden cattleman and school teacher for whom Cauthen worked v Cauthen still known in War den by his assumed name of Bob Williams returned here Monday night to take up his life where it was left off last sum mer I have to live up tothis I worthy of all the people who supported me Cauthen said AT i DeGraff said those ported Cauthenv in his ght against extradition hoped to hold a giant celebration But they were holding off for a while Were trying fo consider what Bobs feelings aregoing to be Everyonesreal eager to do something but dont want it to be something that will make him feel uncomfortable in any way DeGraff said In announcing that he had re fused to honor the extradition request of Georgia Gov Carl Sanders Rosellini said It is my feeling that the best ends of justice are met by denying the application tfor his extradition and by allowing him to remain in this state The governor however placed Cauthen under supervision of the state Parole Board the young Negro claimed throughout that he was innocent of the Georgia killing A battery of attorneys volunteered legal aid They claimed Cauthens constitutional rights were vio lated in his oneday trial in his home state North Weather outlook Partly cloudy Tuesday night Wednesday Lows night lf17 Warmer Wed nesday highs 3443 Weather deteili on rals revolt ranks Challenge committee DBS MOINES UPI Rural Republican legislators carried their revolt against their lead ership beypnd th e legislative chambers Tuesday and chal lenged the GOP State Central Committee over the reappor tionment issue It the State Central Com mittee doesnt wise up and stop pushing for a large Senate theyre going to push them selves right out the door Rep William Scherle RHenderson said He said there was swell of resentment against the central committee which Sunday night came out formally in support of a 56member Sen ate plan previously backed by GOP State Chairman Robert Ray and Atty Gen EvanL Hultman who is expected to win the Republican nomination for governor The small county bloc in the Senate has held firmlyto a plan providing only 51 senators giv ing the one additional to Polk County The 56member plan would give two more senate seats to Polk County and one each to Black Hawk Linn Scott and Woqdbury counties The rural faction predomin antly Republican had the solid backing of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation for its member Senate to offset the circle of opposition closed around it by1 the Republican State Central Committees po sition The central committee took issue with the Farm Bureau by saying the committee the irresponsible statement that this plan 56 senators and the Republican leadership Jayored the urban interests only On the contrary the committee be lieves that anyplan containing less than these minimum stand ards would force the matter back into the hands of the fed eral court and result in reap portionment providing far less protection for the underpopu lated areas May order titlarge vDES MOINES of the next Iowa Legis lature looms as a distinct possi bility if the present special ses sion Jails to come up with an ac ceptabletemporary reapportion nient plan Republican leaders and many lawyer members of the legisla ture now are saying the Feder al Court is more likely to order an atlarge election than to try to draft its own reapportionment plan Such a possibility may put a damper on a growing faction of small county legislators who have been saying the reappor tionment ball should be tossed to the courts if the lawmakers cant agree on a plan with a rel atively small population factor in the Senate Rural legislators with strong backing from the Iowa Farm REMAP Continued on 2 nia flames winds calm holocaust subsided Tuesday Jiving firemen hope of getting upper hand over the blazes The winds were down to around 35 miles an hour early Tuesday with aWeather ban residential areas border ing Glendale Burbank Pasa dena and NewhalLr The fires scorched at least 1000 acres inaU 10 Fire officials said that will permit use of Claries dumping fireretardant borate solution on the hot spots northof Los SAME DATE1H5W The day for the wearin o the greens NEW YORK Tuesday was the day for the wearin of the green on Fifth Avenue cither out of loyalty to the Old Sod orto avoid the wrath of an outraged Irishman As it has for decades the city turned Fifth Avenue over to the sons of Erin for their annual parade in honor of their patron Some 150000 of them of Irish ancestry but more than a few turned Irish just for the on call for the parade one of the most colorful St Patricks Day ob servances in the world From all walks of life they came to strut upthe famed avenue past the Catholic ca thedral bearing the saints name and to attend a dinner Tuesday night capping the days activities President Johnson will fly here for the annual dinner Inside The Globe ISOMETRICS used for muscle building Page PARK BOARD to sue city councilover budget Page 19 DRAINAGE conference to start Wednesday Page 20 Editorials 4 North Iowa news 5 Comics Secioty news 740 Sports hews 1011 Farm news 14 Clear Lake news IS Mason City news IfMllM Latest markets JJ Classified pages 2223 in tlje area since the Bel Brentwood disaster des troyed 484 homes and caused an estimated million damage in 1961 were destrod nd sevenad ly damaged No deaths were reported Sev eral firemen wereSSfgj Thousands of homes were evacuated in areas near the two major blazes adjoining Burbank and Glendale about 12 miles north of downtown Los Angeles Oil fields were endangered by the other fire near Newhall the hot desert winds Sparks from power lines downed by the howling winds were blamed for starting sev eral small fires which quickly joinedand raced over the brush Would place House at 119 By ROBERT H SPIEGEL DBS MOINES The House Senate conference committee announced its general agree ment Tuesday on a reapportion ment plan calling for a 59mem jer Senate and a 119mernber House V1 Sen Robert Rigler RNew Hampton chairman of the com mittee called chances for itj adoption very good All six Republican members on the committee have agreed on it said Rigler This It enough representation on the eightmember committee to assure a report being sent to the Iowa Legislaturev V He said the two Democratic members of the committee Sen Andrew Frommelt Du biique and Rep Loiren R Worthington Lamoni might want to recommend some changes when the comrmttee meets later Tuesday The Senate would retain most of its present districts under the plan Rigler said that no senator with years remaining in naive to run for reelection next f ail y plan find middle road between those Rant ing 51 members in the and those wanting 56 members which has beenthe critical is 1H th HI bat tied the blazes but crews report coult do little f dweHings flremen and residents the flames just short of t eflames ripping through nderdry brush sent bil Wlng towers of smoke swirl mg southwestward over Los An Seles and beach communities drop fireretarding borate solu tion One helicopter caught by a violent gust crashed but the pilot and two firemen aboard escaped unhurt Take steps to organize area classroom TV By JAMES R OWENS Action to help create a North lowaSouthern Minnesota educa tional television station was taken Monday evening by Mason Citys school board The board directed schools Supt P 0 Bnmsvold to take whatever local steps are necessary to ward organizing the project Although the detaHcd study of area educational TV feas ibility will not be done until about May 1 no major blocks have been found so far accord ing to John C Schwarzwalder St Paul He and W D Don aldson also of St Paul are per forming the study for the Na tional Association of Educa tional Broadcasters Reports and conversations with the St Paulmen were re ported upon by Brunsvold and board President Ralph H Wal lace As it is contemplated now the school district would not be an actual owner of the non commercial station However the board was told the project is not expected to be possible without the active support of at least the Mason City school district and the Albert Lea and Austin districts in Minnesota The only possible curb to ac tion found so far is skepticism as to availability of nongov ernmental support which would have to be found in the support ing communities Plans for new facilities such as hospitals are the basis for that skepticism according to a report written by Schwarzwalder Legal considerations are playing a major role in deter mining how construction and operation of the station could be done A school district cannot un der law spend money for such a capital outlay project It seems the best solution is to have a nonprofit corporation be the builder and operator of the station This corporation could accept foundation funds and other gifts that might go into the work While the corporation would cross state lines there seem to TELEVISION Continued on Page 2 of 59 The Globes Iowa Urie dlitinee WM v tnfertnatin for U sue in the reapportionment struggle f Under the proposal Polk Coun ty would get two additional sen ators and Linni Black Hawk Scott and Woodbury one addi tional senator each Cerro Gordo would still have one senator A reshuffling of rural Iowa areas would produce four new senatorial districts all in northern part of the state The new districts each one senator would be Kossuth Humboldt Wright Franklin ClayDickinson and SacIda Calhoun Other North Iowa counties would retain present senatorial districts These are Butler Bremcsr Grundy Winnebago H a nco c k Worth Mitchell Howard1 FloydChickasaw and Winn eshiekF a y ette In rho House Polk would got 10 representatives Black Hawk Linn and Scott five each Wood bury four Pottawattamie and Dubuque three each and 10 oth er counties including Cerro Gordo two each In North Iowa Kossuth Han cock Wright Franklin Butler Bremer Floyd and Chickasavr would each have one represen tative with WinnebagoWorth MitchellHoward and Humboldt Pocahontas combining for each Rigior said that undor plan the 17 most populous cpun ties in Iowa with about onehalf the states population would elect 389 per cent of the Senate membership and 461 per cent of the House membership This is a lower population fac tor than in the reapportionment bill that was passed by House but rejected by the Sen ate This plan would have had 56 memEiers in the Sentte and 120 members in the House Tho population factor in this plan would have been 411 in Senate and 481 per cent in House TO DRAFT WASHINGTON UPI Army will draft 12000 men May the same number M JB April but 2000 fewer thu te March   

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