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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 9, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                MOUNT CLEMENS Mich AP A screaming tornado ripped southeastern Michigan Friday leaving in its wake death and hundreds of destroyed or damaged homes A COUPLE OP REAL Sara Ann Baker 3yearold daughter of Dr and Mrs John Baker of 1104 W State St has a problem Her doll is perhaps alittle too wellloved So well loved in fact that Sara began carrying it around by itspixie cutYpii Wsee the result Sara wanted her doll to look nice for Mothers Day so she suggested f topto the beautyshop Saras mother told her the sad news however Its too late to do anything about the dolls hair t by Jo Stewm Sara got over the bad news quickly as most children do arid gave her doll an affectionate hug We often have won dered at the twinkle in a moms eyes On Mother s Day When you view an ador able combination like Sara and friend you begin to know how moms feel when dad brings her breakfast in bed with the tribe stringing along behind him and the chorus rings out HAPPY MOTHERS DAY cheers for Nikita as w J I et leader as he beganhis 17day state visit to the r United Arab Republic The ancient harbor of Alex andritr was a bedlamof and as the Soviet liner Armenia carrying Khru shchev and some 100 aides Farm home destroyed by fire ALGONA Fire destroyed a home and all the contents be longing to the Francis Bjustrom family 2 miles northwest of AlgoM Friday afternoon The family including children were away when the fire broke out The fire depart ments of Whittemorer Algbna and Fenton worked more than three hours and in keeping the firt from io put buildings on the farm fire when high wind crossed electric wires where they entered the bouse v The home wis estimated at S5000 There esti mate given on the value of the contents The farm is owned by Ralph Miller Algona Skin cream is off Hie market WASHINGTON the second time in 10 flays the Food and Drug Administration has seized an antiwrinUe creamH claims is being mar keted under false pretenses U S marshals in North Mi ami Beach Fla took 30 bottles of Sudden Change an anti wrinkle face lift made by the Lanolin Division of Hazel Bishop Inc Chicago FDA announced Friday North Iowa Weather outlook But trip plications im to destroyers and submarines first time onAfrican President Gamal rAbdei Nas made by Red China workers lining the piers shouted v xiaa ser warmly embraced he Sovi O i OllUULCU as Khrushchev walked down the victory city as gangway r Flags and arches decorated the 8S Nasser gave hisguest a recep tion far outshining the one for Red Chinas Premier Chou En lai last December A barge with top Egyptian of ficials on board met the Ar menia in the harbor Khru shchev was welcomed by Nas ser on shore In addition to Soviet officials and dozens of security agents Khrushchev 70 was accom panied by his wife Nina and their son Sergei and daughter Rada Adzhubei The official purpose of the visitsto enable Khrushchev to take part in ceremonies mark the completion of the of the Aswan High Dam As the UARschief arms sup plier and principal contributor to the Aswan High Dam Khru shchev already hascreated con siderable good will for the So viet Union among the Egyp tians After tho reception in Alexan dria Khrushchev and his wife will be accompanied by Nasser aboard a special trainfor the 225mile trip to Cairo The offi cial welcome will take place in the capital Nasser has invited the Soviet leader to address two large out door rallies and the newly con vened National Assembly in busy schedule worked out for the next few days The Aswan ceremonies begin Wednesday Khrushchev is reciprocating visit by Nasser to the Soviet Union in 1958 Exiles say Cuba beattaeked sa id antiCastro Corn with large exile poptilations re ported the disappearance of groups of young men during re cent weeks US officials said they knew Cooler Saturday niojrt showers likely Swiday warm or with Saturday night to 41s Sunday hifhs in Tts Wealhw details on Pata I t Cuba appear at any V i Spokesmen for various exile action groups in the United States appeared unanimous in predicting commando assaults soon on Cuban soil They said such attacks before May 20Cubas independence all but cer f mm tain Heston returns salary for film if AP Actor Charlton Heston has brokenall the Hollywood rules by returning his salary estimated at for the filming of Major Dundee He returned the money to Columbia because he said his concept of now several scenes should be shot caused the movie to go 11 days and over the budget nothing of any assault plans but m exilfi sectors sectors here andin Florida there seemed a convic tion that something is about to occur The sources added that small scale attacks from antiCommu nist groups within Cuba and without would be aimed at har assing Prime Minister Fidel Castros dictatorship They Mid sabotage tion commando and guerrilla operations were contemplated What we hope to do said one exile is to drive Castro and his Communist cohorts crazy and 6ut of power In Washington US officials stressed that the government would have no part in any such attacks and would do everything possible to see that none origi nated on US soil Robert J McCloskey State Department press officer asked about reported plans for hitand run attacks told reporters the United States is opposed to them Cuban exile groups said the at tacks would be launched from nontlS areas They saidcommando type raiders and guerrilla forces been training or weeks in Nicaragua and Costa Rica Killer tornado eaves in Mich rubble At least nine persons were killed The number of injured ran into the hundreds Damage was estimated at be tween and million Dawn Saturday bared a shat tering scfene of ruined homes and other property in Chester field township off Lake St Clair Hundreds of rescue workers labored overnight with Gov George Romney among them at one time in a search for pos sible other victims in wrecked Eightytwo persons were ad The newspoper mokes oil North lowans neighbors GLOBEG CITY Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 1 U6e a eowDThta Paper CotuAX rf Two Associated run No 77 FBI reports planes pilot was shot before the crash An FBI laboratory chock in the source said de termined that the revolver 357 Smith Wesson Magnum contained six spent cartridges that hadbeen fireif recently recorder found in the wreckage carried the voice voj pilot Ernest A Clark saying My GodIve been shot taking stock Saturday of the J pressure system by the vicious windstorms Show your wife you love Her SAN DIEGO Calif W Evangelist Billy Graham urges husbands to show their wives that they love them Be a lover he said Fri day night Show your love She hasnt got an easy job Give your life toChrist and it will rekindle your love in your wife1 Grahams advice to an esti mated 23000 in Balboa Stad ium came during a talk on divorce and broken homes He said they were the No 1 social problem in America Indict top Demos in Massachusetts BOSTON AP wholesale batch of indictments has des cended on top figures in both major political parties in Massa chusetts in a sweeping investi gation of corruption in the state government A special grand jury returned 137 indictments against 26 per sons Friday charging such crimes as bribery larceny re questing bribes and conspiracy The list of the accused was topped by House Speaker John F Thompson a Democrat from Ludlow and one of his Repub lican predecessors Charles Gib bons Inside The Globe MISSIONARY from Congo teaches in Charles City Page 20 Editorials 4 Surveyor 5 Chvrch newt 47 Society news Sports 1M2 Latest markets 14 Mason news IMS 14 Transit timetable HJo North Iowa nows 30 dive mile up that ended with explosion in pastureland southeast of Concord Speculation arose that the gun CONCORD Calif FBI has established that a heav ily insured passenger apparentLines shot the pilot1 ofan airliner frc just before it crashed near Conan cord Thursday killing all 44 aboard The plane was cruising at 5000 feet on a flight from Reno to San Francisco when the shooting occurred The mans name and the ben eficiary of his newly purchased policy were not immediately disclosed An informed source said the FBI had traced ownership of a powerful revolver found in the wreckage toa man who took out an insurance policy in excess ol on his life just before boarding the plane The FBI did not give tho exact i amount of machinedispensed in men for the two largest casinos surance taken out by the owner in Reno said there was no indiof the revolver cation of any unusually heavy losses by a patron the night be fore the crash Iowa winds raise havoc Another mystery to be solved was whether the passenger shot only Clark or also shot copilot Raymond E Andress Jr and stewardess Marjorie E Schafer the other members of the crew Deputy coroner Mai Whalin said A human bone found at the scene contained a hole which ould have been made by a bul et He said the bone was not from a skull but declined to say what part of a body it came By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Large sect ons of Iowa were 7 Bureau low pressure system into Iowa from the west Des Moines apparently 5 was the hardest hit VbyV Fridays turbulent weather which spewed winds up to 85 miles an Fallen trees broken windows damaged homes and widespread power failures added up to a toll on which no total cost estimate was available About 5000 homes in Des Moines spent Friday night with no electric power and repair crews remained at work Satur day trying to restore service Other parts of Iowa had sjmi lar problems In the southwest Council Bluffs had winds of 62 miles an hour Ottumwa in the southeast reported 63 mile an hour velocities and Mason City strong emwgh off the streets smash big glass windows in on top of a house snap powerand tele phone lines create wine funnels that smash any thing in its path up to 58 miles an had winds hour 3 E Monahan a vice presi dent of Iowa Power and Light Co Des Moines said repair service was slowed by failure of about 200 crewmen to report for emergency duty Monahan said he did not know the reason Union officials were not avail able for comment The winds churned up dust and dirt and created traffic hazards when visibility was re duced on the highways At one time a foglike condition pre vailed on Interstate 35 south of Des Moines After nearly of stormy weather accompanied by dam aging tornadoes across the state lowans began asking what was causing it and when it was going to end The Bureau said an Air was an inadequate scription of the kind of winds Ten investigative teams from heCivil Aeronautics Board in tfasbington as well as FBI forces were at the scene 40 miles east of San Francisco Military Police stood guard duty The wind also created fire hazards from live wires The Des Moines fire department re ported 48 calls Friday In the town of Elkart the dust was so thick that the automatic street lights turned on at pm Twisters were reported numerous parts of Iowa Friday and caused more damage to farm buildings TO DEMAND DEBATE CHEYENNE Wyo M Re publicans will demand that President Johnson engage in a nationwide television debate in with their presidential date the national GOP man said Friday candi chair SAME Fact tl mitted for treatment at two hos pitals here At least 200 others were treated for minor injuries and released Weather experts said parently two tornadoes hit the southeast areaT of Michigan c The more damaging twister started in the Pontiac area ia ate afternoon and skipped the 25odd miles to smash the out ikirts of this city t Another struck in the Monroe area to the south on Lake Erie about the same time It caused much less damage The damage estimate of to 5 million was made by Ma omb County Civil Defense Director Clement W Skiba after conferring with disaster crewi and utility firm officials The Macomb County health Commissioner Dr OscarStry ker ordered vaccine brought in to immunize 1000 persona gainst possible typhoid and publicly urged residents to boil their drinking water Despite tho widespread do struction Skiba said we hope mopping up operations will over today The tornado which struck Chesterfield Township wasde scribed as roaring like a giant vacuum cleaner The twister rip ped through an area about two miles long and three of a mile wide Estimates of the numbersof homes destroyed ranged from 50 to 200 Another struck lat Luna Pier about 60 milesJrpra the Mount Clemens area injur ing at least one person A funnel also dipped into southeastern Monroef County and flattened a barn there It is across county from LunaPier A tornado which hit between Pontiac and Lake Orion in Oak land County 30 miles from the Detroit area smashed homes and tore down trees and power lines i Romney took a helicopter flight overthe devastated area Other plane incidents brought out CONCORD Calif closure that the pilot of a Pa r cific Air Lines plane that this area crashed had been shot brough to light a chain of coincidences Another Pacific Air Lines pi lot Oscar Cleal now 44 was shot in the flight compartment of his plane as if taxied at the Chico Calif airport on July 31 1961 by a man who told officer him to a point off the pilot route Cleal blinded by a slug that struck his head set up a judo training program for pilots something he had long thought SDI was necessary He got help in his project from an FBI man Raymond E Andress Sr days crash was Jr Raymond E r r complete deals judo training evening program Cleal now of tu t i StrCSSCd anew a statement he made after for his experience at bis return stadt Therehavebeen homes have been homes knocked to their foundations We are here to you all the help we can give you Funds will come through later t The governor he had asked Robert Danhof his legal adviser to contact Washington to apply for federal financial as sistance and to help us maka plans for the rehabilitation of He said he would ing trades unions ask build and con tractors to help remove the rub ble from homes A Des Moines Weather Bureau warning was given to Mason police at pmand 1961 by a man who told officers at Pm and he wanted to force Cleal to take following usual procedure sherf jffc nff j iffs office Red Cross fire servics partment ambulance and radio stations were later in the afternoon a storm center headed toward Mason City was reported to have There were a few afternoon cases of wires down in the city police or fire Agencies kept r5 F110t t0 status until into th a xr i b The Mason City Red a Mcnlo Park chapter did report contacting Air Force Base Mich local relatives of airmen Chicothat there and learning that thVlo Cal men inquired bout were m hurt in the storm which struck jlflfffifl NOTHING LEFT Nothing but crushed debris is visible m the wake of a tornado that hit Mount Clemens Mich i   

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