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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 25, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The Nortli Daily Newspaper VOLIM newspaper that mokes oil North lowons neighbors ITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition AMOcUted Full MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MARCH 25 1H4 10c a Paper Consists of Four On He Asks cash to make t niorecash Coin shortage is desperate By RtCHAKD SPONG GlobeGaxette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON o n e y makes the mint as well as the mare go Miss Eva Adams director of the mint is asking Congress for funds to enable vprking around the clock three shifts and Saturdays and Sun days This will mean payment of overtime time arid a half for Saturdays and Sundays and double time for holidays Anew mint would overcome the extra but the new Philadelphia mint is not expected to be ready for two years The Treasury is asking for plans for that plant also is asking U million to produce a hopedfor 47 bil lion coins this year This in cludes for 50 million new silver dollars and for coinage The fact is that the coin shortageis be coming desperate Population growth toex plain the coin The growth of demand for newcoins is dwible lional product in the past 35 rakes road probe ia v economy 6f vending ma terscoin ice laundries and and pay toilets and all f these not only devour but briefly immbbil yte coins The same thing happens lo coins taken as faresvand Shopping in supermarkets and discount houses for cash creates CASH Continued on Pago 2 Silver dollar It looks likie this in fQ resortT town in the San Bernardino Mountains about 78 miles from Photofax downtown Los Angeles after 34 inches of snow had fallen during current storm vBy E FLER buying appears headed for a byra boost from thejncoine tax cut hurts in Reno RENO Nev gray baired lady in a turquoise print dress flitted from one glea mirig slot machine to the next an the big Reno gambling casino plunking in silver dollars I like the clink and the way they feel she said Chips or slugs just wouldnt be the 5 a my s f M1 Veteran Nevada casino ators concur i Its going to hurt us if dont get more silver dollars said Raymond I spry cofounder of famed Harolds Club in Reno the tax reduction is psy chological f because taxpayers hayenlf as yet in the Vwayjbf savings Shopping got off to va rather fast start because Easter falls so early this year and was re ported picking up steam as the holiday approached jGordon Diking they National Retail Merchants aid reports from around the country indica ted a Syper cent gain over last fyear although and tor nadoes hampered shopping in some areas said the tax cut was element makingitpossibleVi to seir more goods People have fewer worries and more confi dence in the future he said and are spending accordingly going to more than a The Treasurys supply 7 of sll ver dollars more than 9db mil lion at the start of has shrunk to fewer than 17 million and those arent expected to last long The House Appropria tions Committee has rejected legislation to pay for minting 150 million new silver dollars Collectors and speculators have up many of the Treasurys reserve dollars The silver dollar is a tradi tion in the daily commerce of some Western states But no where do the cartwheels flow in such streams as across Neva legal gambling tables and into the gulping slot machines North Iowa s i Weather outlook Wodrmdoy niojtt be eominf heavy wfth accumulations of 4 inches or more lows IflS Cloudy with xiMMimfj Thursday Woothor details on pofo 2 Inside The Globe MANLY CHURCHES plan Holy Week services Panels Editorials 4 news 547 North Iowa news 1213 Cloar Lake nows 1415 Spores nows Latost markets 30 Mason City news Comics 32 Classified pages 343 Study future remap 112 m HfMise 59 Senate Most of the money as usual is into apparel for Easter parades Associated of major cities indicated the buy ipg trend is up in most areas On a day for day basis we are beating VSales recorded the same number of days befbre vEaster last year said Geoffrey Swaebe president ofthe May 1 Co department stores of Los Angeles We are looking for ward to the impact rf the tax cut being very good Use tear gas to break up Korean SEOUL usedicrowd The students replied i DES MOINES UP After two days of feeling this club House members prepared todo battle Wednesday MI a constitutional amendment to set up a permanent reappor tionment formula Before the House was a reso lution Calling for a 112member House apportioned on a popula Uon basis and a 59member Senate based on area and popu lation It is called the paired coun ty plan because it would divide the counties into twocounty leg islative districts except that the seven most populous coun ties would be districts by them selves M ARE DEAD NEW DELHI India WTwen tyfour Pakistanis were killed border clash near Uti 50 mues of Srinagar capital of disputed Kashmir official sources said Tuesday tear gas Wednesday to block thousands of students marching on President Chung Hee Parks mansion to protest concessions to Japan in Tokyo talks seeking to normalize JapaneseKoreai relations A An army lieutenant and sev eral soldiers were injured Steelhelmeted combat troops armed with rifles fired tear gas grenades into one surging FurniBss boy reported in fair condition Dennis Furness 16 Ventura was in fair condition in a Masoft City hospital Wednesday from injuries suffered when the car he was driving struck a school bus northwest of Ventura Tuesday morning Furness suffered a fractured right leg h e ad injuries and multiple lacerations in the ac cident A younger brother Mar in 15 was killed in the mis hap Tentative plans call for the funeral to be held Friday after noon The boys are the sons of Mr and Mrs Edwin S Fur talks Earlier with a barrage of rocks About 2000 students from Han Yang University jammed the area and stood within arms length of the troops who were called out against demonstra tors for the first time since Park became civilian president last December Another 2000 students marched on the capitol building and sent in two representatives to Premier Choi Doosun with a questions about the Tokyo Wednesday several thousand students were blocked ty riot police about 200 yards torn Parks residence Home Minister Um Minyung conferred sriefly with the leaders and led two into the presidential mansion where they saw Lee Hu rak the presidents chief sec retary The students Mid they jxplained their demands and promised to set up a meet ng between Park and student eaders this week More than 10000 students oined in the demonstrations which were held for the second straight day to denounce Parks landling of the Tokyo talks and to demand that they be sus pended Similar demonstrations were staged in Pusan and Tae fu Koreas second and argest cities Mediator for Cyprus is approved GENEVA AP UN Secre taryGeneral U Thant Wednes day appointed former Premier Sakarr S Tuomiojn of Finland as mediator in theCyprus dis pute Juomioja 52 politician and diplomatsaid he would take up his work in the strifetorn east Mediterranean island by the middle of next week His appointment was ap proved Tuesday by Greece Turkey Britain and rthe island two feuding communities Tuomioja who has been Fin ambassador to Sweden said he would fly to New York Sunday for further consultations with Thant Tuomiojas mission is to try to bring a permanent peace be tween the feuding Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities He said the Finnish govern ment had given hiir a months leave of absence uul nobody can tell how long it will take The mediators mandate from the Security Council is for only three months but it un doubtedly would be extended if factions and nations involved de sired it BEATLE BATTLE LONDON British Safety Council is urging indus trial workers who adopt the Beatles shaggy hair style to wear hairnets to work The council has put up 50000 post ers in factory locker rooms showing a 17yearold boy who six but Appears before Senate Says asphalt group harassed DIES MOINES AP James F Cobb repeated under oath Wednesday his charge that an investigation of the State High way Commission is politically inspired But under sharp questioning before the Iowa Senate the hus ky 43yearold executive secre tary of the Asphalt Paving As sociation of Iowa said he had no documentary evidence to back up his contention Cobb refused to retract his earlier charge that Sen D C Nolan RIowa City is pressing the investigation by the Legis lative Interim Committee for AP Phntnfav political reasons SENATE HASSLE Sen D C Nolan RIowa City said Nolans actions in bends over to confer with Sen AV Doran RBoone continuing the investigation before a hearing in the Iowa Senate where the sen Poetical connec ators questioned an official of the Asphalt Paving llonsv Association of Iowa j i Cobb said he would produce witness who would testify that SenNolan appeared before the Highway Commission and urgec use of portland cement insteac of asphalt Cobb did not identify the highway project The Interim Committee had been requested by Sen Nolan and others to look into a High way Commission decision to Jave a 14mile segment of In erstate 80 west of Iowa with asphalt instead of cement as originallyproposed The asphalt association offi cial who touched off a contro versy when he wrote a letter ast week to all legislators charging that the investigation nvolved political maneuver ing testified after his attorney read a statement saying Cobb was appearing under protest Questioned through the morn ng by Sen A V Doran R Boone Cobb said many of his charges in the letter were based on conclusions andi were not upported by documentary evi dence With a packed gallery and all members of the Senate sitting s a committee of the whole ipbb said Nolan allegedly used as his position as a senator COBB Continued on Page 2 to Critical of GOP in Hultman rift DES MOINES Re publican state chairman has sharply criticized some mem bers of his party for pouting at Evan threat ening not to support the attor ney general in his bid for the governors office Robert D Ray of Des Moines in a storyiri the GOP state mag azine Party Line said he can only react with dismay when Republicans threaten to abandon the Republican candi date for governor Ray said that certain Repub because he expressed himseU ii Avajr auu xiimman were lead strongiy m favor of a reapporers in a drive to reapportion the tionment plan that would give legislature as ordered by a Fed mnrp to dties era Court the courts week passed a reapportionment iii are likely to approve vnui oiitmjjijr illUI CclbCO LJllC Ray said it is unrealistic to number of legislators allotted to argue that reapportionment is Populous counties none nf TTnHmnn none of Hultmans business Right now our party needs a candidate who will speak but If a candidate is unwilling to assume responsibility before an election what sort of public of ficial will he be after election In the 1962 campaign our party was criticized for not tak jing a stand on certain issues including liquor by the drink Ray said Many of us believe Norman Erbe might have been re elected governor had we third ost his Beatle cut in a chine ma The histoplasmQ story How it affects M Page 31 BULLETIN MIAMI Fla ff A fish ing boat overturned Wednes day while approaching an At lantic Ocean inlet near Palm Beach Fla First reports to the Miami Coast Guard said three persons died six were missing and IT were picked by rescue craft Japan prime minister sends US TV apology TOKYO AP Prime Min ister Hayato Ikeda in the first live telecast from Japan to the United States expressed his countrys deepest regrets Wednesday for a deranged Jap anese youths knife attack Tues day on US Ambassador Edwin O Reischauer On behalf of the people of Japan I express my deepest re Srets for the stabbing of Mr Reischauer by a Japanese youth the grayhaired premier aid in Japanese Reischauer was reported re covering and his doctor said the wound in his right thigh should be healed in about two weeks Ikeda accepted the resignation of Japans state minister for public safety Takashi Hayaka wa who bowed out in a tradi tional Japanese gesture of atone ment for the incident Tuesday which shocked thenation PolictJ continued to question Norikazu Shiotani 19 who stabbed Reischauer as the am bassador emerged frpfn the em bassy chancery on ins way to a luncheon appointment used stronger words here and there Republicans at all levels have Been pleading for us to take astand onmany things It is a great irony that some Republicans are pouting at Evan Hultman because hedid just that Ray said t that Republicans who refuse to support the GOP candidate for governor will cease being Republicans I cannot have patience with people who claim to be Repub licans when everything is going their way but vote for the man i i i T way out vote tor me man lican legislators have indicated when things in the narty dont they may not support Hultman exactly suit them 3 Ray and Hultman were lead pian that sharply ireases Leo Elthon definitely will nof run DES MOINES AP State Sen Leo Elthon of Fertile said Wednesday he will not seek the Republican nomination for gov ernor in the Juneprimary elec tion The mostcompelling reason is that I am now 65 years old and I realize that it would take not only one hardcampaign but two hard campaigns to win he said Ehhon a former governor received some backing for the nomination from rural legisla tors when the legislature was approving a temporary plan of reapportionmcnl Some rural legislators became miffed at the reapportionment slancl of Ally Qcn Evan Hult man the only announced candi for the GOP nomination for governor It appears that Hultman will be without opposition in the pri mary and will oppose Gov Har old Hughes a Democrat in the Nov 3 general election SAME f   

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