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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 2, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             North low Doily Newspaper The newspaper t ti a t mokes oil North lowans neighbors LOBE ETTE Home Edition VOL N4 AuocUted Full MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 2 1964 cine i Piper of Two Oa 45 is silent on House OKs remap Hands it to Senate Views on success of plan mixed DES MOINES AP A so called permanent reapportion ment plan was back in the Sen ate Thursday with some legisla tors expecting it to be referred to a conference committee al most immediately House Speaker Robert Naden R Webster City said after the House passed the plan 80 26 Wednesdayhewas hopeful that thecurrent special legislative session would end Thursday Senate Majority Leader Rob ert Rigler RNew Hamptonhad filed a resolution to adjourn the session at noon Friday A House members favoring Senate with as little population factor as possible rammed the proposed constitutional amend ment through the lower cham ber Wednesday despite oppo nents who labeled it a Frank enstein monster and a Shaff Plan in reverse The Senate apportionment in the Housepassed measure was identical to that in a plan passed by the upper chamber Monday The difference was in House makeup Continued disagree ment between the two chambers would send the measure to a conference commiUee for an at tempt at compromise calledfor Senate House of 100 mem Photofax RUNNING MATES OF 1960 IN SAIGON Richard Nixon talks with Henry Cabot Lodge U S ambassa dor to South Viet Namafter they meet in Saigon Both of the men who were the Republican presiden tial and vice presidential candidates in 1960 admitted they talked politics at the meeting but would not disclose what was said Nixon is on a tour of Asian countries Nixon tours near Viet Narn battle MY TSoulh yiet Nam bers elected from 100 districts as nearly equal in population as practicable The House passed version called for 112 representatives with a majority elected by about 47 per cent of the voters until after the 1970 census Another reshuffling of seats then would provide thatsthe mostpopulous counties which in the aggregate contain half the states popula tion would electa bare major ity of the House which could be increased to 115 members The Legislative Research Bu reau said a majority of the Sen ate would be elected by about 352 per cent of the population Provisions of new plan DES MOINES Here in brief are the provisions of a pro posed constitutional amendment for a permanent reapportion ment plan passed by the House1 SENATE Each county with 2 per cent of the states population would elect at least one senator by it self Two thirds of the other counties would be placed in two county districts and the rest in threecounty districts A county with 6 to 10 per cent of the states population would elect an additional senator and would get still another for each 4 per cent of the states popu lation above 10 per cent This would result at first in a 47 member Senate with only Polk County electing In districts electing less than three senators all would run at large In a district electing three or more senators each would be elected from his own subdis trict The subrdistricts must as nearly in population as Richard ML Nixon toured South Viet Nams Communist infested Mekong River delta Thursday and told newsmen All this light talk about neu tralization Viet Nam and pulling ignores the out of human the people I met to day want to be free Nixon met plenty of Vietna mese people as he set off on the unscheduled helicopter trip to key districts south of Saigon Near Tan An 30 miles south of Saigon he spoke to self defense Woman from Algona dies in accident Algona woman was killed and her brother in juredin a cartrain trash here Wednesday night Dead is Olive Rosmann 61 corpsmen and their familie who bear the brunt of wa against Communist Viet Con guerrillas While he was there Sout Vietnamese forces clashedwith lornmunist guerrillas not 20 miles away and casualties were believed to have been heavy Then he moved on to the dis trict town of Phu My which was overrun by the last November and occupied for two months before government iorces Uirew tKembut Young men Ihave seen in rainingare obviously willing to fight their morale factor is de meat must be labeled DES MOINES AP A new tate law requiring foreign meal o be labeled went into effeci Thursday and Secretary ol Agriculture predict ed it will result in a substantial reduction in the sale of import ed meats Wehave talked vwith a gooc many processors whohave been using imported meat Lidd said The majority of them in dicate they are going to cu down on imports They don want the embarrassment of try ng to sell apparently dont want Liddy said a department sur vey showed housewives appar ntly welcome the labeling law The average housewife ques tions whether foreign animal are healthy and also wonder about sanitary conditions unde which the animals were slaugh tered and processed We spend millions of dollar inspectingnand grading meat j the United States and then w have meat brought in from other countrieswhich may not meet our standards Liddy said a considerable amount of k the meat solds in Iowa is imported with most itv handled by processors wfio prepare meat for sale in retail stores The law requires that import edmeat sold alone or mixed with domestic meat must be so labeledin letters at least the size of newspaper print Liddy Photofax TQ TESTIFY Malcolm Peabody mother of Massachusetts Gov poses with Dr R B Hayling integration leader in front of tne federal building where they were brought from jail to testify at ahearing inJacksonville Frank L Rosmann 65 also of Algona was hospitalized The two were returning an athletic banquet at Garrigan ligh School at about when the car driven by Rosmann collided with the engine of the eastbound Milwaukee freight at the Main Street crossing in Algona v Authorities said the signal ightswere blinking at the time of the collision Speed of the rairf was estimated at 40 miles an hdur according to Jalph Lindhorst j highway pa rolmen Charles Bird and Tom Zogdill arid police who investigated the accident i Robert Wilkinson E a g le Grove working out of Mason the engineer Cecil L cisive the former US vice president commented After shaking hands and hand ing out bubble glim to children and beardedelders Nixon said People who talk about things other than defending Viet Nam against the Communists should come here and see these people who just want to live in Nixon said his majorimpres sion gained sirifee he arrived on Wednesday was the complex It will riot be said We dont anticipate much trouble enforcingthe labeling law he added We generally know who is buying imported meat and we have access to all their records so we will be able totell if they are selling it un der labels as the law requires Our crocks will be made mostly by our 40 inspectors who already are in stores doing rou tine work Im sure we will have cooperation from the people who are important meat Labor contract Await revolt outcome Report LBJ favors rebels BULLETIN RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil W Deposed President Joao Goulart fled into exile Thurs day culminating a two day rebellion by antiCommunist generals His departure from the southern city of Porto Alegre where he had hoped to rally support for a come back was announced by his followers there In a radio broadcast WASHINGTON fft The new revolutionary regime of Brazil appeared Thursday to be as sured of ILS recognition and fuir political and economic co operation if arid when it secures its Hold on the country The Johnson administration fearful of being accused of inter vention maintained strict silence on Brazilian develop ments for the time being There was no doubt at all however that the White House andthe State Departmentj were hoping for rebel success in com pleting theouster of Joao Gou lart An unmistakable indication of official Washingtons attitude I i fr 4 1 i F V parleys continue BULLETIN WASHINGfON Iff An in timate associate of Teamsters President James R Hoffa was indicted Thursday on charges Plumbers electricians and sheet metal workers still were not on union jobs in the MasonCity area Thursday Only major construction proj ects affected were the Charles City Municipal Hospital and City GlobeGazettes new building There was no strike and no picketshowever as negotia tions continued between unions and employers Laborers Local 552 which has 80 members is still negotiating according to Art Becker a memr ber of the negotiating commit tee William Lightner Ray Poell and William Blakesley are the other membersof the commit tee Becker said ttie men are not n strike but are working aj obs wherever needed while con ract negotiations are under Confirmed on 2 North Iowa Weather outlook with L TfcJiri i dan I nVrWvy n 45 Swanson Mason City was the Funeral services for Miss Ros mtnn are pending at the Hamil ton Funeral Home here Frank Rosmann is in St Ann Hospital with hack an d head lacerations He was reported in fair condition morn ing ii M This is the third fatality in Kossuth County this year Two persons were killed near Wes ley March 25 SAMf solved quickly it will take time patience and Only military weapons ivbuld be needed Nixon said we must have economic and propaganda weapons to a sophisticated degree and these we are starting to orrenng a juror ouuu TO upset Hoffas jury tampering conviction A federal grand jury in Chattanooga returned the indictment against Charles L Chuckle OBrien described by Hoffa during his trial as a boy 1 have raised since he was a baby Move to halt use asphalt on Iowa roads i DES MOINES AP time as asphalt paving is tbwa Legislature was by conclusive evi Thursday to prohibit tr use o be equal in quality and asphalt in paving the road to Portland cement face of interstate highways measure could reopen the A concurrent resolution that embroiled the ing that no riiore asphalt a week ago be used in paving highways except for the was filed in the wake ol ders was introduced in the approval Wednesday oi ate late Wednesday Senate resolution calling Sponsors of the the Legislative Interim Com which would need approval to investigate the State both houses were Sens Commission Scott RWest Union and resolution was sponsored Long Sens D Cv Nolan RIowa s and Richard Turner R The resolution said that Bluffs land cement is the finest subject matter in the in economical is the decision of the available for the purpose to switch from con nated It to asphalt for paving a 14 Asphalt paving has proved section of Interstate 80 be be unsatisfactory Iowa City and Grinnell and inferior material in view Bollowing hearing befon Iowas climate and soil entire Senate last week tha tions cleared Nolan of charge The resolution included against him by th qualification It said the Paving Association o would remain in force nd safety protection Jecker said Carpenters Local 1313 which las 150 members with Gran Hunt as business agent met with Aside from wages negotia ions include working conditions clauses House passes I emergency school measure DES MOINES iJh An emer gency riieasure to accredi schools and junior colleges uriti school standards can b written into Iowa law wa passed by the House Thursdaj The vote was 1000 An amendment to limit ef fectiveness of the sact so that i will expire on July 4 1965 wa passed 5447 The bill goes to the Senate Inside The Globe BORED hires WITH rold pic T Rent new one Page 10 Editorials Ncrrh news Cub Gaxette Society news Sports news 131 Latest markets 1 Mason City news 141 Comics Clear Lake news PASCHOALMAZZILLI photofax DAD IS 16 learns in acall toBrazil that his father Paschaol Mazzilli is the new presidentLuiz is currently attending the Boston lanagementItsCommittee has offer of cents an hour increase before he membership at the regular meeting the second Monday of ic month Union scale now is 340 an hour The membership ill vote whether to accept or ot Many of the carpenters arenot working because it is the slow eason of the yearbut a num er of carpenters are working hlocal contractors ron jobs utside of Mason City Local 288 with leonard Philip as business man ger is a combined local with Vaterloo The entire member hip isabout 200 The electri iaris are still negotiating Plumbers Local 405 with 48 and Benjamin Brass r Clear Lake as business agentplanned to rheet with the ontractors Thursday afternoon t Labor Hall in Mason City The plumbefs have been offered an increase of 5 cents an hour but they are negotiating for 15 cents an hour increase Although the plumbers are not vorkirig they are not on strike They are in continuous special meeting according to Brasser egotiations have been under vay the past month preceding he April 1 expirationof the old contract Brasser added A spokesman said situa tion in Brazil has steadily deter iorated since last January Porto Alegre V miles sodth westbf Rio de Janeiro v state of Mazzilli installed as upport thcj Army A j st atement re mChis na me over Pprtq radio de clared The hour of iriobiliza tion the hour of vigilance ii RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil Thursday declared President Joao Goulart was ousted from office by a twoday military rebellion arid installed his successor But frorn a haven in southern Brazil Goulart de clared he still is president and will fight to the Installed inan early morning ceremony in the inland capital of Brasilia as the new president was Paschoal Ranieri Mazzilli president of the Chamber of Deputies Goulart fled from Rio de Janeiro as rebel army unitsand civilian militiamen marched on the city Wednesday vowing to forcehim from office and lift the Red yoke from Brazil He The broadcastdeclared larrt still is president and would put 5dowh the rebellion with powerful military support It in sisted that Goulart still is in Brazil but did not say he was in Porto Alegre statement called on the people to organize to defend Iowa gets 4inch rain By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS More than four inches of rain in eighc hours pounded Exira in southwest Iowa early Thurs day as needed moisture swept over the state Rain was still falling at Exira at 8 am when 425 inches was reported Creeks in the area were threatening to surge over their banks Other iainfall reports includ ed Dcnison 171 Perry 142 Redfield 130 Boone 84 Des Moines 29 and Popejoy 25 Denison also reported tome hail Lightning was blamed for a power failure that disrupted electric service in Storm Lake for about an hour Lightning also was blimed for a farm fire near Audubon which destroyed the interior of a home out injury but were able to save only a few of their pos sessions The rain was welcomed by Iowa farmers whose soil has been dry in recent months be cause precipitation been several inches below normal in many areas The Weather Bureau saic showers arid thunderstorms would continue over the state through the day nd Thursday night with some heavy thunder storms expected in southeast Iowa The rain is expected to con tinue in eastern Iowa until Fri day noon Warm weather continued to cover the state despite the rain with afternoon highs Thursday democracy and urged them to come to Porto Alegre or to go to their city halls and demon strate Radio Liberty in the indus trial city of Sao Paulo an anti Goulart stronghold said there were unconfirmed reports Gou lart had fled to Asuncion Para guay and askedfor political asylum In Brasilia Auro Andrade president of the Brazilian Sen ate declared the presidency va cant Mazzilli next in line be cause Brazil has no vice president took the oath of of fice at am Fire clainris church at Swea City SWEA CITY Fire destroyed the Methodist Church here Thursday morning The alarm was turned in at am by Harvey Hubbard who lives a block west of the church Fred Albers fire chief said he arrived minutes after the alarm was turned in but flames had already broken through the roof of the onestory frame build ing If is thought the fire may have started in the furnace room of the basement All that is left standing is the chimney Windows in the parsonage next door were broken from the neat but there was no five nor smoke damage there according tbTne Rev Edward Maus pastor occupied and Mrs Den expected to range from the 50s Keasey and their three childin the northeast to around 70 de Classified pages JBMllren The Keaseys escaped in the southwest The Church wKich was built about covered by insurabce The contents ire just partially covered Cbffinit tees had recently been formed to stxidy possibility of remodel ing or rebuilding the chuitk   

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