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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 18, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The newspaper that mokes oil North lowans North Iowas Daily Newspaper f dttod for Home ITY GLOBE ETTE Home Edition Presi and United Frets International Full Wires MASON CtTY IOWA WEDNESDAY MARCH 18 1964 IOc a Paper Consists of Four One No 33 House passes new plan Crashes cost us lSblhon WASHINGTON than billion in U Si military planes have been lost or badly damaged in crashes over the past three years it was learned Wednesday Pilot error and materialfail ure were listed as the chief causes in more than 2000 major military aircraft accidents in 19611963 This data was contained in an analysis provided by the De fense DepartmentThe Associ ated Press asked the report in connection with a running dis pute oyer the relative reliability of missiles and manned aircraft Critics of US missiles sys tems have suggested other things that there is much more assurance about the relia bility of manned aircraft be cause of many years of experi ence and thousands and thou sands and thousands of flights The Pentagon report said the Air Force suffered some 1100 major accidents over the past three years causing damage totaling This aver ages out to about million per accident During that same period more than 900 Navy and Marine Corpsplanes sustained major damage or were destroyed The dollar estimate Something over Photofax CAMPAIGN BUDDIES Annie Glenn sips a glass of water as she stands in a reception line in Circle ville Ohioi with Mrs Rene Carpenter as the two campaign for Lt John H Glenn Jr who is seek ing the Democratic nomination for the tJ S Senate Glenn plans to begin his campaign April 1 The Glenn campaign members have been meeting with vari ous county Democratic Womens Clubs May try to halt session Ask order to stop remap DES MOINES U S Supreme Court will be asked to issue a stay order against the Federal District Court decision directing the Iowa Legislature to reapportion itself to give great er representation to population centers v J Robert Hard Osceola at torney representing threesouth ern county auditors said the re quest for a stay order will be filed later Wednesday asa sup plement to the original notice of appeal to the high tribunaL Hard drummed up support for the stay order application among members of the legisla ture now in special session as a compromise redistricting plan was about to be submitted to the House for debate Nehru warns he would cross lines through lower chamber DES MOINES compromise reapportion ment plan calling for a 124member House and a 59 member Senate was approved 7235 by the Iowa House over strenuous objects of representatives The House then speeded the bill on to the Senate If it is passed by the Senate t would be the last leg in the race for a temporary reappor ionment plan Before the House got down to debate on the compromise it defeated 6740 an eleventh hour move by rural legislators to sidetrack the temporary plan and work on a permanent plan for awhile As the House started its morning session a petition signed by 42 representatives and 17 senators was filed in US District Court requesting a stay of execution of the courts order to the legislature to reapportion forthwith until it can be ap pealed to the US Supreme Court Heres how new plan would look DES MOINES1 Here are the details of the compro mise reapportionment plan ham mered out by c6ni The Armywhich uses mainly helicopters andTother relatively inexpensive aircraft reported more than200 major accidents with 27 million in damages 3 In a rundown of causes the Navy said human error was responsible for 60 per cent of all accidents to Navy and Marine Corps aircraft Pilot error was blamed for 48 per cent and 12 per cent by other persons Material failureaccounted for 28 per cent weather base facil ities and miscellaneous causes the rest The Air Force said pilot error caused 31 per cent of its acci dents material failure 39 per cent weather 1 per cent main tenance 8 per cent supervision 5 per cent and remainder undetermined and miscellane ous Army statistics which weire not brokei down1 were reported to show crew error as a main cause of accidents material failure as the second cause and maintenance and weather fol lowing in that order All the services have vigor ous accident prevention or safe ty programs the Pentagon said It claimed that Air Force and Navy accident rates have been on a declining curve since the 1920s Inside The Globe DISTRICT SPEECH finals at Charles City Page 13 WEST WATERLOO ranks as favorite for boys bas ketball title Page 19 MASON CITY making summer school plans Page 31 Editorials 4 iNEW DELHI India Prime Minister a cheering Parliament Wednesday that Indian troops will cross the ceasefire line in Kashmir if necessary to defend Indian terri tory against Pakistan fWe are not prepared to go across the ceasefire line and attack the territory now under Pakistan occupation Nehru said but obviously if it be comes necessary in the defense of our territory for them Indian troops to cross the line then they will rrpss it Nehrus statement was the strongest made by any top of ficial since the recent outbreak of skirmishing and raids across the ceasefire line in the disput ed Himalayan state India and Pakistan fought over Kashmir in 1948 and ave been quarreling over the state ever since V line Sunday night killing four persons including anliyearbld boy Chavan saM India had lodged acomplaint with UN observers n Kashmir The Indian government has earned thatCommunist China and Pakistan have agreedto cp ordinate foreign and military policies affectinjg India a high overnment official told The Associated Press Wednesday The official who declined to e quoted by name said in an nterview that India is reyamp hg its policy on the assump tion that in the future it will ace two hostile neighbors work ing together rather than sep arately This indicated that the Indian government is discounting the jossibility of making a separate iiplornatic deal with either Pak istan or Communist China to relieve the pressure oh at least By midmorning 42 House members and 17 Senators had signed a petition supportingthe stay order application All but four of the signers were Repub Icans The legislators statement said the reapportionment guidelines laid down by the federal district court inits January decision Photofax CAMPAIGN BOOSTS FOR GOV WALLACE Ala bama Gov George Wallace discusses the mounting number of telegrams concerning his campaign in the Wisconsin Democratic presidential primary More than 2000 telegrams were received at his Milwaukee headquarters An aide reads messages in the fore ground Turn to Page 36 for maps showing how Iowa Legislature would be apportioned under new plan vAJiuinenung oncnarges mat the Pakistan government is in stigating the border clashes Nehru said I know it is a reg ular campaign Defense Minister YB Chavan told Parliament 25 Pakistanis raided an Indian village lV5i miles oh Indias side of Chou Enlai of Red China visited Pakistan last month and won a pledge of close cooperation from President Mohammad Ayub Khan but there was no public mention of any military or diplomatic collaboration were being seriously miscon strued by certain members of the special session and called attention to the diverse opin ions thathave been expressed in two rounds of House and Sen ate jdebate on the issue We and support an application for an order stay ing execution of the judgment of said court now and until its order striking down the Coristir tution of this state can be re viewed and decided by the Su preme Court of the United States the legislators petition said The three county auditors who filed the notice of appeal March 9 did not request a stay order intheir original petition The appeal notice was filed by Dean D Hill Osceola Clarke County auditor George T Nickles Corydoh Wayne Coun ty auditor and Albert Drake Mount Ayr Ringgold County au ditor The Beef irnports may give LBJ three southern counties Cites American dream as greatest st re i North lew a news 13 Comics 14 Society news 1SU17 Sports Clear Lake news M Latest markets N Meson City news 3131 Classified pages 3435 Weather outlook MotHy cloudy snow ning west late Wednesday night and spreading ever area Thursday Warmer Wednes day night I o w s in low Ms Continued ce I d Thursday the 1 a n d of hope the land of bpportu NEW YORK WVA selfstyled Irishman by osmosis Presi d e n t told a St Pat ricks Day dinner have found our nations greatest strength lies in the dream of America America America nity All the slings and arrows of our opponents in the world have never succeeded in destroying that image he said Tuesday night With jest and with serious talk Johnson spoke to more than 2500 of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick in a WaldorfAstoria Hotel ball room festooned with green streamers hanging from crysta chandeliers The headtable was denly realized that the Irish have taken over the govern ment And I like it He said the dinner was sup posed to be a nonpartisan af air but remarked that the democratic party is so scarcely visible carnations behind green Weather details on Explaining why he is Irish by osmosis the President spoke 6 the Irishmen govern in the White House the speaker of th House and the Senate Demo cratic leader I woke up this morning he said with a smile and sud are among the least populated in the state All stand to lose representation in the House un der the compromise redistrict ing plan reported out Tuesday by the HouseSenate conference committee j Under that plan Clarke Coun ty would be combined with Un ion County Wayne w i t h De catur and Ringgold with Tay lor to form twocounty districts which would elect one House member eachUnder the pres ent system declared unconstitu tional by t h e federal district court each of the counties had its own representative in t h e lower chamber The notice of appeal asked the Supreme Court to rule whether the three judge district court panel w as correct in holding WASHINGTON in the squeeze of international trade negotiations the Johnson administration may be stockpil ing some election troubles by re sisting legislation to cut meat imports r Republicans contend that the Western prairies are on fire with protests of cattle and sheep raisers Sen Roman L Hruska RNeb contends some cattle men are going broke because of boosted imports of beef veal and mutton under voluntary agreements with Australia and New Zealand That there is Democratic con cernover the matter was dem onstrated by the action of Sen ate majority leader Mike Mans field of Montana in proposing quotas which would limit such imports to the average of 1959 63 base period Mansfield is seeking reelection in Novem ber Agriculture Orville L Freeman jot shouting match about he matter in a hearing Tues day before a Senate Appropria ions subcommittee Freeman testified that he is opposed to any legislation to Earlier Wednesday Gov Har old Hughes said he would ap prove the proposal because it apparently is the best possible plan that the legislature can come up with The Conference Committee re port was termed by its backers a good compromise of opposing views and the best that prob ably can be arrived at in a temporary plan during this spe cialjsession But rurallegislators saidfit would increase the size of the egislature 18 per cent make HeHouse too large and have oo manywide discrepancies in he number of people repre sented in variousdistricts Rep Dewey Goode RBloom field called the plan a mon strosity and Rep William Scherle RHenderson said it looked to him like a product of battle fatigue mittee in four days of negotia tions which iwas before the House Wednesday SENATE Number of pres ent Senatehas Senators for most populous counties Polk 3 Linn Black Hawk Scott and Woodbury each The 12 next largest coun ties populationwise would con stitute senatorial districts fay themselves each electing one senator These are Dubuque CMton Des Moines Lee son Wapellp Cerro Gordo Mar shall Story Jasper Webster and Pottawattamie Number of twocounty sen atorial districts each electing REMAP Continued on Page 2 Thus far testimony in suppor of quotas of one kind or another has been taken by the Senate Finance Committee from North Dakota South Dakota Iowa Montana Colorado Wyoming Idaho Nebraska Vermont Vir ginia Oklahoma and Hawaii Hruska and Secretary of Jlace quotas on meat imports Be said the United States should wait to see if voluntary agree ments with Australia and New Zealand dont strengthen do mestic meat prices The secretary contended that only 15 per cent of the decline in prices paid to cattle raisers was caused by imports He said 85 per cent could be attributed to an increase in domestic pro duction He promised to review the situation again next year Hruska said the cattlemen cant wait The patience of those people directly involved who will be broke and bankrupt will run out and they will say You have to legislate he declared Freeman broke in to say that he Nebraska Republican who is seeking reelection this year He said that in work we may on a be permanent plan able to come up with something that we will all like better Rep Henry Nelson RForest lity said the move no vay an attempt to kill the bill nor any reflection on the fine ivork of the Conference Com mittee Rather he said it was de signed to bring a permanent plan up alongside the temporr ary plan and have a looksee at it ul the Irish may move to the Republican party where the eudirig is really going on Then turning serious the President s aid St Patricks Day is one in which America shares in a very definite sense jecause the Irish who came here had a dream of freedom and dignity Here a man could hold his head as high as any other he said and worship his God as he chose without ever account ing to a soldier with a bay onet To an audience that inter r u p t e d frequently with ap plause Johnson said nothing is more important to hi rti than making this a land whose com passion will be an example to the worlds other 119 nations He said he wants the United States to be a land where the sick of body can find help and the sick of heart can find hope that the present legislative ap Fire damages Country Store at Luverne portionment is invidiously damaged a was making speech campaign Roll call vote Rep Riley Dietz RWalcott in opposing any delay said The best impression we can make on the people of Iowa is to stand on our own feet and get on with our business Rep William Denman DDes M o i n e s bluntly termed the move nothing more an eleventh hour delay to keep us from doing what we were sent down here to do Things dont look so good for Stony Glen criminatory against the ma jority of Iowas 275 million pop ulation whether the apportion ment amendments to the Iowa constitution of 1904 and 1928 are void and invalid and whether the senatorial redistricting acts passed by the 1961 legislature are void and invalid general store here Tuesday night and resulted in the store owner being taken to an Algona hospital suffering from shock Fire was reported about 8 pm in the basement of the Country Store LuVerne fire men contained the fire in the stores basement but waterand smoke caused some damage in the buildings other two floors Lesters wife is Mon of the Yeor An apartment ine second OAK CREEK Wis Mrs Lester Scherbarth Sub urban Homemaker of the Year here said she thought it was toe much when the Chamber of Commerce also named her Man of the Year We just felt she had done the most for Oak Creek lately a chamber spokes men Mid floor was damaged and antique furniture in the basement and on the first floor also was dam aged one of the tenants of the apartments was home at the time of the fire and he was safely evacuated James Mallory the stores owner although not injured in the fire was taken to St Annes Hospital Algona suffering from shock KANSAS CITY AP The big house with its 20 or more rooms was grand when it was built half a century ago and its owner gave it a splendid name Stony Glen Years of neglect have re duced it to a haunted house for the very young a target for the adolescent vandal and a blight in the eyes of the city It looks vacant Manyof the windows are broken and the roofing is peeling off the once fine gables But in the basement lives Miss Adelia Mcneely Ashmore an elderly woman who is al most a recluse Her friends say she is about Every night for almost three summers Paul Holmberg 24 said he and three other young men have visiled Miss Ash more guarding her from youths who heckled her drove hrough the 13acre yard flashed lights threw stones at he windows and made obscene phono calls The four eventually joined by others until about 25 had helped three of them leaving the ranks of the heck DES MOINES fbU call vote by which the Iowa House Wednesday gave its final approval and sent to the Senate a compromise reapportionment plan calling for a 59member Senate and 124member House The vote was 7235 Republicans for Ander sen of Woodbury Baringer Bock Busch Camp Carstensen G o f f m a n Cunningham Den Herder Dietz F i s c h e r of Grundy Fisher of Greene Fraz ier Gittins Hagen H a g i Hakes Hanson of Lyon Hougen Jarvis Knock Knowles Kreagr er Langef Mensing Messerly Millen Miller of Jones Mowryi Naden Nelson Nielsen ofShel by Olson Parker Petersen of Dallas Peterson of Woodbury Prine Riley Sersland Shaw Sokol Stanley Steele Stroth man Van Alstine Van Nostrand Vetter Wier Winkelman and Wright Democrats for Breitbach Carnahan Denman Doderer Duffy Dunton Ely Eveland Kibbie Loss Mahan Maule 60 The city Division of Public Health Engineering says the threestory house is unfit for human habitation and wants it out by next Monday She probably wont have to move however because her young friends are again com ing to the rescue lers They also cut cleaned the yard laid linoleum the grass painted and Miss Ashmores brother who lives in Branson Mo owns the house He says as soonas he replaces svindows they are broken again by vandals Miss Ashmore doesnt say much Last weekend when the city began pressing again that re pairs be made a group of teen agers began escorting groups through the house at a quarter apiece to raise money for the work Meacham Miller of Des Moines lurphy Murray Nielsen of Em met Palas Reppert Steffen Stevenson and Worthington Republicans against Bal oun Briles Chalupa Crane Darrington Edgington Goode Graham Grassley Hailing Han son of Mitchell Hirsch Johnson Kluever Lutz McElroy Miller of Page Moffitt Ossian Robin son Shcerle Siglin Smith ot Dickinson Smith of OBrien Stokes Vermeer and Walter Democrats against And erson of Ringgold Dougherty Hagedorn Meyer Muel ler Tabor and Wells SAME DATE1H3H I   

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