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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 16, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             Doily Newspaper VOL 1M ewspoper that mokts all North I owons neighbors Edition rail LMM MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL M 1H4 UOc Paper of Two OM i of heart Put camera inside dog By ALTON BLAKESLEE AP Science Writtr CHICAGO A surgeon showed r scenes from thrilling movies taken inside the living heart with a hew internal peri scope Thursday The periscope is thrust down a blood vessel into dogs hearts There it lights up the interior of the heart and walls to take movies A heart specialist then can lool through the tube to see what is going on and decide whether surgeryis needed to make heartrepairs An improved flexible instru ment now is being built saia Walter J Gamble of Childrens Hospital in Boston If it proves safe in anima tests it will be used to inspec the interior of human hearts 1 Dr Gamble and Robert E In nis of the American Optical Co Southbridge Mass describe the new instrument to the Fed eration of American Societies for Experimental Biology Just as a periscope allows the captair of a submarine to see the sky above him the interna periscope can probe into a body organ without surgery Dr Gamble has taken slow motion movies of the aortic valve whichopens and closes as the heart pumps blood ou into the body And he has mov ies of the inside of the righ upper chamber rf the do heart the right and left towe chambers and the valve be tween the upper and low cham on Jhe right side Thousands of children are born with heart defects The heart periscope inspection cbul show surgeons what had to be done before they r 1 Dr Gamble sail he had a peek at the aorta Ji adults inspectionof that grea artery might show whether i wasaffected by tbe rust tha undertVs heart attacks The periscope used in dogs hearts is only about half th roundness of a cigarette and 2 inches long Through incision in the neck of anesthesized dogs it has been pushed gently down through blood vessels into th heart Office closed for spreading Nikita rumors MOSCOW Soviet Un ion Thursday ordered the closin of the Moscow office of the Wes German news agency DPA which on Monday circulated false report that Soviet Premie Khrushchev had died The Soviet news agency Ta said the action was ordered b the Ministry North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair and warmer Thursday night lews in mid Partly cloudy and warm Friday with shiftimj and turning colder by evening 7St2 Weather details en map prime issue BABY ATTENDS COLLEGE Mrs Donald J Lewis Jr Cambridge Mass is with her daughter Sandra six weeks old as they attend Lesley College Mrs Lewis said she was unable to find a baby sitter so she just brought her along to classes Mrs Lewis who is majoring in education graduates this year and will teach school in Sudbury Her husband attends Boston University Study proposal to unite six churches PRINCETON u NJ Protestant church leaders sifted through a strongly worded Methodist statement Thursday for clues to the future of a move ment to unite six major churches embracing 21 million members Body of miner is found BURKE Idaho WJ Rescue workers Thursday found the body of a second miner crushed to death in a cavein at the Star mine here A mine supervisor said the 20 man rescue team found the body of Barney McCoy 47 Wallace Idaho However the threat of more falling rocks and sliding earth coupled with cramped working conditions at the 6900 foot level ofthe big zinc mine made recovery doubtful for some time Late Wednesday night a team recovered the body of Reed Peck 41 also 6fWallaceUwho was working with McCoy inthe cavein His body was recovered about five hours after the acci dent He had been crushed to death by the debris which fell on him in a rockburst which sent rocks and timbers into the shaft Ar commission at tendingthe thirdannual Consul tation on Christian Union statement Wednesday sayin there were many theologies and social that woul take a long time to resolve i i Although one jn u s t neve overlook the possibility of th intervention of the Holy Spin to bring commoi mind the statement said is difficult at this time to judg that a plan union of th churches is feasible during th coming quadrennium a four year The emphasized however that this must not construed as closing the door t ultimate unity A spokesma said the statement was draftee some time ago but essentiall still holds Methodist Bishop Glenn Phil lips of Denver Colo had sai Tuesday that union of the six denominations may take as Ion as Q or 30 years to be realizec In a companion development a spokesman for the Protestan Episcopal Church said he di not expect his churchs govern ing body to initiate a genera plan of union when it meel later this year The Methodists and Epi copalians have been meetin intermittently for year with of the Unitet Presbyterian Church Unitei Chinch of Christ and the Disc pies Christ ad Evangelic j United Brethrenchurches Spokesmen for the other d nominations did not commen immediately on the Method statement Losers win and vice politics versa in By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst a weirdy this presidential lection the weirdest in a long time In polls or presidential since John F Kennedy took his A woman without a chance seat away from him in A srimaries Maines Senator Margaret up speed mt shes not going any place A prince of Southern egregationists Alabamas Gov George C urprisingly well in the North The men who talked and ried the Yorks Gov Nelson A Rockefeller and Arizonas Sen Barry Goldwater behind the silent Sam ype Henry Cabot Lodge who wasnt even there And Pennsylvanias Gov Wif iam could rock himself to sleep with the monot onous insistence that he has no presidential ambitions while ad mitting hed accept a draft still considered a likely Re publican presidential prospect Yet there are probably not 0 Republicans in 100 outside Pennsylvania who have any dea what Scrantoa thinks on any issue or evenwhat kind oi governor he has been Wallace went into the Wiscon sin primary and captured 21 jer cent of thetotal vote prov ing if it needed proving that a lot cf Northern whites are just as much segregationist a Southern whitest Then in the Illinois primary his name wasnt even on the than 4500 people wrote it in giving him more votes than Rockefeller Scranton Michigans Gov Stassen Mrs Smith campaigned hare in the New Hampshire primary probably fewiiRepublicans can remember where he stands or what he thinks on anything Yet in the New Hampshire primary where his name was not even on the ballot and vot ers decided to write it in he finished first over all other Re publicans are or want to se considered for their partys nomination He came out ahead of Gold water Rockefeller and Mrs Smith Their names were on the ballot and they had campaigned hard around the state Nixons name was also written in He finished fourth behind Lodge Goldwater and Rockefeller but ahead of Mrs Smith And just recently in Oregon a poll among Republicans on their presidential preferences put Lodge far ahead of Nixon Rock efeller Goldwater and Mrs Smith Nixon says hes not seeking the presidential nomination but for a man who says he isnt he is doing a lot of talking and has kept on talking about Amer ican problems even when he went on an overseas trip The continuing popularity of Lodge who has never said he is a candidate might tbe inter preted as a changing attitude in American that people like politicians rwho keep their mouths shut an idea that cant In race for Iowa governor Opponents tell views George Komney and Harold fan Stassen carried too far otherwise the men who wind up being the Democratic and Republican candidates would have to go to Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Cub Gazette 5 Society news Sports news 1011 North Iowa news Latest markets 15 14 Mason City news la17 Comics 18 Clear Lake news 20 Transit timetable 22 Classified 2223 Bulletins i t i nruum nave LU go IO last month and wound up down Europe and stay there during near the bottom of the list with the presidential campaign only 2120 votes In this weeks rinois primary she said she spent only on two campaign appearances Butwhen the returns came in she had almost 200000 votes Goldwater got 480000 Their two names were the only ones on the ballot The Illinois writein voters werent satisfied with Goldwater or Mrs Smith They wrote in Lodge giving him over 52000 votes and former Vice Presi dent Richard M Nixon giving him over 24000 v But the real weirdy in all of it is the popularityof Lodge whoMDecause he is US ambas sador to Viet Nam under the Johnson said a word about what he thinks on domestic issues And because he hasnt held political office in 14 plane with operatic song along the last 2800 miles of her at ABOUT TO RECORD A FIRST Mrs Jerrie Mock 38yearold Columbus Ohio flying housewife spanned the Pacific from Honolulu to Oakland Calif and closed in on her goal to be the first woman to fly around the globe She is shown here as she stepped from her plane at Oakland International Air portMrs Mock was scheduled to continue her flight Thursday 7fs about time a woman did it an advertising agency to It was about time a woman did it she said Mrs Mock 38 mother of JACKSON Miss Byron Do La Beckwith mur der trial went to a 12man white jury early Thursdv afternoon He is charged with killing a Negro integration leader Medgar Even Djst Arty Waller ending final arguments did not men tion thedeath penalty which under Mississippi law the jury could invoke FAIRBANKS Alaska strong earthquake centered about 300 southwest of Kodiak Island was recorded by the US Coast and Geo detic Survey Thursday Officials said the shock am CST had an intensity of more than 7 on the Rienter Scale and could create seismic waves Riots hurt rights bid WASHINGTON lican and Democratic senators charged with shepherding the civil rights bill through the Sen ate have warned that illegal demonstrations and disturb hat lead to violence are hurting our efforts three needs only to fly the 1200 miles or so from Oakland to El Paso Tex and then the frnal 1650 miles to her hometown of Columbus Ohio the starting point MarcK 19 She has flown more than 20000 miles east to west over both major oceans and three continents singing arias to relieve the loneliness After the 2400mile flight from Honolulu to Oakland in 17 hours and 39 minutes Wednes day Mrs Mock stepped out of Charles City union favors time CHARLES vote by members present at the Wed nesday meeting of Local 1315 of the United Auto Workers Favored daylight savings time in Charles City this summer by 75 per cent The union joined such organ izations as Lions Rotary Busi ness and Professional Women and the Charles City Chamber of Commerce in favoring the switch to daylight savings time A resolution will be presentee Monday night to the City Coun cil proposing that the city go on fast time Shed rather have a double ihot of Scotch right now con ed her two orchids instead About six hours later Mrs Mock sat on a tied in an Oak and hotel room sipped her Scotch rarid told of herloneli ness in flight I couldnt even get any good music on the planes radio she said So I sang opera Im not a very good singer her current flight the 5 foot lOTrpound aviatrix became thefirst woman everto fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean to Africa and the only woman ever to pilot asingle engine plane across the Pacific This is something men dp all the time said Mrs Mock evaluating her flight It was about time a woman did it Her husband told of the crowd expected to greet Mrs Mock when she returns to Columbus either Friday or Saturday The homecoming will be when I decide interrupted Mrs Mock indicating shes in no particular rush Im just a housewife she said get tired of washing dishes and ironing clothes Maybe Ill want to get out of the house again and take an other flight But this time with my husband in abigger plane And about this trip Im go ing to write a to Fly Around the World and See Nothing said Mrs Mock She just may do that said her husband By WILLIAM L EBERLINB DES MOINES AP Reap portionment action by the Legislatures special session is bound to be weighed and dis cussed in the 1964 election cam paigns Just what its overall political effect will be however is hard to assess atthis point Many Democrats are jubilant ly predicting trouble ahead for Republican Atty Gen Evan Hultman in his bid to oust Dem ocratic Gov Harold Hughes be cause of the so called perma nent reapportionment plan passed by the special session The governor himself has in dicated he will campaign vig orously against the permanent plan to assure its defeat in 1965 legislature Hultman like the governor highly critical of the perma nent plan but he isnt conced ing it is a political liability for him He contends any reaction against top Republican candi dates as a result of the legisla tures passage of the permanent plan will largely be offset in the states more populous areas by gains in representation un der the temporary plan also special session The permanent plan ap proved by the special session is merely a proposal he said The temporary plan is a reali ty Republicans can be proud of passing a good temporary plan Our accomplishment of the tem porary plan was an overall as sist to me personally and to the party The result of the temporary plan Hultmank said has been a closing of the gap between him and Gov Hughes Hultman told a news conference early in the special session that he was 2 to 1 behind the governor but he doesnt think hes that far back now Hughes and Hultman have agreed pretty well in their criti cism of the permanent reappdr tioriment measure labeled the Nolan Plan after its chief sponsor Sen D C Nolan R lowa City Both have said the plan has numerous fatal defects includ ing conflicts in its various pro visions and a builtin feature thatwouM result in less and REMAP Continued on Page 2 SAME By KENT GARDNER The case of Gov Rolvaagi time vs Gods time is not at tracting much attention from farmers north of tbe IowaMin nesota border v Interviews with a d o i e n Southern Minnesota f a r me r s who have lived three summers under daylight savings time in dicated the following to hate an at titode of indifference toward daylight sayings time handed them for summer use by the Minnesota Legislature There is no hardboiled op positiontoward the plan which moves clocks forward an hour UM northern state But Minnesota farmers favor fast time for Iowa they are not happy with the sys tem either are agreed on one point They would look upon the time saving plan more fa Dr ably if it was shared with rlowa merchants with whom moat bor der farmers do their business If we liveji farther north we wouldnt care Memorial Day will mark the third anniversary of daylight savings t i m e for the entire state of Minnesota Previously it had a system used by metro politan areas i and ignored by the rest of the population Wilbur Buchanan Route 2 Northwood is one of those Min nesota farmerji who is not a supporter or an opponent of daylight savings time If it was nationwide it wouldnt be so bad said Bu chanan who does his shopping across the border in Iowa He thinks Iowa either should have a handsoff policy on clock changing or go into it 100 per cent When you start spotting cities you really have a mess Buchanan continued I can see where the city boys like it But if they want to play golf they can change their working hours It doesnt do anything for the farmer but we haveto go along with it We have learned tolivewith it Buchanan who farms 940 acres with his father and broth ers said It is confusing if you want to go into Iowa for a movie or something Youre way late getting home As far as farm work itself goes he said he didnt think it made much difference We have to work by the sun any way Its no good snapped A R Attig whos e farm is a few miles down the road from the Buchanan place He was the only one of the M i n n e sotans questioned who was defi nitely against it fellows in the city that vant to golf can get up earlier They should leave the clock alone Its foolish lo change the clock Has it made any difference with his farm work We havent paid any atten tion to it Its just when you go to town that you have to pay at tention to it It wouldnt be so bad if Iowa had the same v But Attig repeated Id advise any Estate not to take it on They can go to work an hour earlier It doesnt make any differ ence said Robert Buchanan cousin of Wilbur The only thing bad about it is that North Wood as our trading town Its not so bad hard to gct xised In But weve got the work to do whether there is daylight sav ings time or not Visiting in Iowa is rough Its easy to forget to go home an hour early If Minnesota is going to have it I think Iowa should have it Buchanan gave an example of why living on the border with the differences in time can be time consuming Say you have a breakdown at 8 am It is only 7 in Iowa and there are no stores open So by the time you can go back to work again the morning is gone He said they have found one advantage lo the time differ ence When stores in Albert Lea lock up we can still go to Iowa With farmers its saidM r s Harley Virchow Pioute 2 Northwood Its all right for the town people but have to work from sunup to sundown Marvin R Anderson said day light savings time made no dif ference to him I dont even carry a watch I look at sky to see if its noon From the farmers point of view we to go by the sun anyway Anderson said he does majority of his shopping in Northwood and the time differ ence does cause some confusion FAST TIME Continued m 2   

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