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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 19, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             quake stirs residents emotions ANCHORAGE Alaska Rccidcttta at this shattered city who showed almost no panic in the Alaska earthquake of Mtrcb 27 havebecome and ap prebetuive from a steady of aftershocks Their reactions have not been unusual said doctors psychia trists and a psychologist in an Associated Press survey I think everybody j reacted quite calmly and adjusted quite wellto the disaster said Dr William A Davis assistant pro fewer it Alaska Methodist University There has been very little maladaptive or maladjusted behavior Private physicians said there has been a moderate to heavy increase in the number of per sons complaining of nervous problems The earthquake had a siza ble impact emotionally said Dr J R Langdon a psychia trist I suspect it will not prove to have been real bad Another psychiatrist Dr WJ Rader said people rose to the occasion because it was a clear and present danger and they could address ne cessities that bad to be taken care of The earthquake actually helped some emotionally upset persons said the doctors be cause it enabled them to forget their real or imagined personal problems There was very little panic in the original quake they said because people had no warning probablyv didnt realize at first how severe it was did not wit ness many casualties and were not in large crowds that gener ate mass terror That the aftershocks have been causing acute anxiety was indicated in a survey of 180 residents by Davis university class Many said they felt pan icky The US Coast and Geodetic Survey at Fairbanks said it ap peared that aftershocks strong enough to be felt could be peeled for several weeks Langdon said that for residents the quake was fol lowed by excessive sleeping and fatigue Residents are becoming angry about the impact of the quake he said and probably will be come depressed this summer or fall if there is lack of progress in solvingproblems t To hike car insurance i Prompted by mounting toll The newspoper Hiot mokes oil North lowons neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY It 1H4 VOL 104 10c Paper ol Sectta OM AuocUud run LtiMd Win No tS Loss in Laos a setback J L PUBLIC Miele24l in frbntsot aLosAnge billboardrwhich vtellsthe world about theirim sovpreoccupied think ing r about weddingdetails lie the new sign when he work across tHe street It work of his brotheran A advertising man The boss secretary finally told Navarrb to look out the window 1 J frL t 4 warns day restrain He was nanged in effigyby oth State9 Farm Mutual one1 of the nations largest auto insurers announced Tuesday its rates are going up in Iowa because of thejstates mounting highway accident toll A spokesman said the rate in creases necessary to get our operations back into the black Iowa c He sattJjthe compahy had lost million on liability coverage alone in Iowa during 1962 and 1963 The company insures more than 170000 carsin Iowa ThV companysaid increases will cent ef fective Wednesday The ampunt of increase how ever willdepend on how the car is used Drivers who usetheir cars for pleasure only drive r500 miles a year or less and ive in rural areas or small towns willfeel the boost the The fellow whouses his carlo get to and from Vork in metropolitan areas will be hit harder 3 t Weareictrying to reapportion the amount of premium a motor ist paysr to therisks he is exposed to the spokes man explained six1 month rates as Atypical for v Castro Not yet serious bridges ers salaries rank the na i comprehensive and collision cover Step up bylBay of Pigs 7 t tin DesMoines the adult over opened when the test walkout teachers andPTA parents officials took charge average it said in the schools But many closed after an roll call v The of Isducajion sought the injunction iThe order places legal restraint on UEA officials fronu teachersor otfier to breach their contracts or to strike against the state or any of its school districts The teachers discussed1ato a mass meeting Tuesday pro posals that included prolonging thewalkout and continuing to refuse to sign next years con tracts o They hope to force the hand of Gov George D Clyde and get more school money C i f t 1 The waHnutrwas triggered by refusal the recommendations of his study committee and call r a special legislative session to consider an emergency appropri ation for schools t The success of the teachers action was being watched in neighboring Idaho and through out thenation by teachers not content with local conditionsA walkout by 620 union teachers bit East St Louis HI Monday The UEA claims it represents 96 per centof Utahs public school teachers for pleasure only and drives less than 7500 miles a year will pay instead of the 60 has been paying The commuting driver uses his car to drive to and from work more than 10 miles one way and drives more than n in Cuba Inside The Globe ROCKY SM ttory on Clyde Md HM dkmimiiaUM step is going to be taken CditorieU Clear Lake news Society news Nortn Iowa news Latest markets Mason City news Comics Farm news Transit timetable 9 Classified IS U IMa17 11 If 7500 total will 20 instead of In Dubuque and Waterloo the adult pleasure driver will pay 50 instead of the com muting driver will pay in stead of In rural areas the adult plea sure driver will pay 40 in stead of and the commut er wiU pay instead of 70 Increases forother communi ties in the state generally fall within the range of these ex amples Personal income still on increase WASHINGTON AP Per sonal income continued to climb at a steady rate in April the Commerce Department said Tuesday it reached a seasonally ad justed annual rate of bil lion a gain of billion over Tuesday to have highwayI bridges r i 4 4 of Artimei Revolutionary Recovery Move last Wed nesday raided an eastern Cuba sugar Artime would issue communique somewhere in Central America Tuesday afternoon He said the Commandos en tered Cuba for the operation The spokesman said bridges destroyed were strategic roads He did not pin point them the over WASHINGTON thorities say loss of the des Jarrcs to proCommunist forces in Laos would be a psy chological setback They insist it would not by itself alter con trol of the mountainous South eastAsian kingdom However if the Redleaning Pathet Lao should drive onward and threaten positions close to Thailands Mekong bpr der US officials would regard the current offensive as serious At officials Tuesday theyr are trying sto evaluate the intentions of the Pathet Lao to gauge bow hard and how Jar the proReds arc likely topush 4 Meanwhile the United Statea is making a istrong diplomatic id to cool The ort includes roundabout ajjJ proaches to Red China i Any thrust by ihe prbReds to ward trie administrative capital of Vientiane or Paksane across tHe Mekong froin Thai and might well trigger some US move like that of two yeara ago In HM UniHd rushed GOWf soldiers Marines and airmen1 to Thailand pbrtedby Marine jets infantrymen v posted in in against the which hadjjbrokea truce and driven Royal Jtrobps from northern Laos Such destruction at strategic spots exiles said could ham string heavy Castro troop and weapons movements which re cently arrived exiles have told AP Photofax BREWSTERS is Marylands favorite son B Brewster his wife Carol and sorts standin for President Johnson in the Gary left and Danny pose for a pic states presidential primary election ture outside a Baltimore voting booth of seeing in Cubas coastal and mountain areas in its first war last week that its March and about higher than April 1963 billion MRR said communique forces destroyed a sugar mill at Pilon on the Oriente Prov ince south coast and occupied Pilon for three hours Havana radio Tuesday reiter ated previous claims that the Artime men did not Cuba They shelled the sugar mil from a boat then fled said a broadcast monitored here Refugees have reported the country is on a virtual wartime emergency basis because an exile group announced plans to be fighting on Cuban soil by Wednesday Adloi spitter goes on trial DALLAS Tex AP Testi mony began Tuesday in what the judge calls an out of the ordinary aggravated assault trial of Robert E HatSeUL 22 involved in a demonstration against Adlai E Stevenson last fall The young salesman was ac cused of spitting on Stevenson United Nations during an appearance last Oct 24 but is being tried on a charge of spitting on and resist ing policeman L R Larsen North Iwfa Weather outlook Baptists told to take racial action WednoMkv Weelfcer ij ATLANTIC XITY NJ AP Northern Baptists were told Tuesday they could not just dis cuss the racial issue in the ab sity of stractbut that they must take House an active part in the civil rights movement The only serious question for Christians these days is how to participate nf what is happen ing what civil rights group to said a policy paper re teased during the 57th annual meeting of the American Bap tist Convention No Christian can acquiesce in any law or social custom which m a intains the im age or practice of segregation the paper said The peevf irat prepared by a Chicago committee composed of the Dr Charles An draws pastor of the First Bap ist Church the Rev Frank G kelson director of the Untver Chicago and the Graduate Rev Dr Charles Long faculty member of University of Chicago Divinity School After the presentation of the paper convention delegates met in small discussion groups A resolution on race was to be prepared and placed before the delegates for a vote on Friday morning ftefti the American and Sewth BaptUts are holding ern a se ries of meetings leading to a weekend celebration by 40000 persons of the work done by See related story OR Page 2 Nikitq warns Arabs about US vessels PORT SAID Egypt Soviet Premier Khrushchev said Tuesday the Arabs would be exposed to great danger if the United States introduced Poiar is missile submarines into the Mediterranean The Soviet leader evidently referred to negotiations be tween the United States and Spain for use of the joint US Spanish naval and air base at Rota as a headquarters for the missilefiring subs The US submarine tender Proteus moved to Rota in February In an obvious reference to US 6th Fleet operations in the Mediterranean Khrushchev said the imperialists use air craft carriers and warships to WINDUP Ala campaign for Maryland Democratic bama Gov George C Wallace and wife presidential primary wave to crowd at rally winding up his Un in light turnout Brewster race f squadron rd F100 Supersibre fighterbombers perhaps 18 planes been maintained in Thailandsince that 1962 threat Otherwise there are no U S combat forces in Thailand AP to use a computer r in elections NEW YORK Asso ciated Press and NBC News en tered into an agreement Tues day to provide to Associated Press members NBCs elec tronic vote analysis of lelec tioris The announcement was jointly by William R McAn drew executive vice president in charge of NBC News and Wes Gallagher general manag er of The Associated Press The National Broadcasting Cos service called electronic vote analysis utilizes a bank of RCA 301 and RCA 3301 conu puters to furnish extensive data explaining and comparing results in the presidential elec and by and in all gubernatorial and senatorial races The material will be used by AP in its daily news report to its 8000 Mem bers and subscribers around tho world Explosives in Ks house BALTIMORE ear ly turnout of voters was spotty Tuesday for Marylands Demo cratic presidential primary en livened by the civil rights issue and intensive campaigning of Gov George C Wallace An expected heavy vote did not appear to be materializing in the inconclusive opening hours of primary day The weathet was pleasant with temperatures in the high 70s There was some whispering Baptist groups during the past 150 years lie inwait for nationalist move ments among Democratic leaders thai the Alabama governor might win but Wallaces opponent Sen Daniel B Brewster said our side will win Brewster filed as a favorit son in an effort to make sure hat Marylands 48 votes in the ational nominating convention p to President Johnson The lelegation will be committed to he primary winner for at least ne ballot State Democratic Chairman larry Gross conceded Wallace 25 to 30 per cent of the vote Utinsisted the governor doesnt have a chance of winning Running against Gov John Reynolds last month in sin Wallace pulled 337 per cent of the Democratic vote Earlier this month he got 298 per cenl in Indianas primary against Gov Matthew E Welsh Reyn olds and Welsh were favorite sons Johnson Democrats In Wisconsin like Brewster pledged to and ndiana claimed Wallace was helped by Republicans who witched to the Democratic pri mary in an attempt to embar ass Johnson Therell be no crossover vot ng in Maryland Voters are re stricted to the primary of their party Voters who dont like Wallace or Brewster can vote to send an uninstructed delegation to the convention EXCAR MAKER DEAD DETROIT Un William Led yard Mitchell 82 a founder of Chrysler Corp in 1925 when it was formed from the remnants of the old Maxwell Motor Corp died Monday at his home OSLO Norway par cel with four pounds of explo sives was found early Tuesday near the house where Soviet Premier Khrushchev is to stay on his visit to Norway next month an official source said An intruder also was seen on the grounds Police said they were not al lowed to divulge details   

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