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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 29, 1964, Mason City, Iowa new 5 a 11 N o rth I 6wa i Edition vot M4 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 1H4 UM Piper Counts of TWP Sectioavseetloe Ow Associated Frew Foil Lease No N here To build Blue Ribbon Beef Pack Inc has chosen Mason City as a site to build a beef packing plant The land a 65acre tract which fronts on 12th NW west of the International Mineral plant is being purchased from the 000 cago and North Western Rail road Co for according to Dr Sterling Barber secretary of the packing firm After careful consideration of all proposed sites Barber pointed out the board ulti matejy concluded that the site now being acquired best met all necessary requirements Included in these necessary requirements Barber said were Adequate sewage facili ties adequate water supply availability of utilities both power and good access by both road and rail and ade quate rail switching service The plant whichwill employ 50 to 70 men to start should be under construction this summer Barber continued Plans call for the plant to be Of12th NW and Pierce to Problems are mounting WASHINGTON AP US officials are reported seriously considering the possibility of the Jmted Nations undertaking a larger role in wartorn South east Asia than has so farbeen suggested Thisis one of the lines of action expected to be discussed American policymakers meet in Honolulu Monday and Tuesday to work out recommen dations for President Johnson After studying the recommen dations Johnson may make some initial decisions on the US course of action With the Communist offensive in Laos apparently slowed M8TBEDAY with avisitor in his fice his birthday Kennedy would have been 47 HYANNIS PORTMass AP Fitzgerald Kennedy would have been years old The all would haye been celebrated with a family gathering at the Ken nedy compound of summer homes at Hyannis Port the place the late president called home This holiday weekend there will be no gathering of the dan Six months and one week ago an assassins bullet killed Ken nedy t But the Presidents widow Mrs John JF Kennedy and his brother Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy flew to Hyannis Port to takepartin an international television John F Kennedys spiritual legacy to the world The Presidents other brother Sen Edward M Kennedy D Mass will Join Irish Prime f Minister Sean Lemass for part of the program to be relayed by Telstar II from Dublin Mrs Joseph P Kennedy the presidents motherf ap peared Thursdaynight ohCBS television to comment on pic tures of her son and others of her family CBS commentator Harry Reasoner said the pic tures never had been shown publicly before The Post Office Department marked the birthday with the first issueof John F Kennedy memorial stamps 5YEAR PROBATION SALT LAKE CITY Utah An Arizona man convicted of I threatening the life of President Johnson has been placed on five years probation Norman P Mi chaud 43 of Fredonia con victed March 10 North Weather outlook Partly cloudy Sat wcjay Lows Friday night 45 SJ Highs Saturday near 70 Weethor en 2 haustion Earlier one nurse said she had a heart attack while another in the same ward described the illness as poison ing The attending doctor refused it tf xi o u vjjiiii J JCv till lie Qy 3llQ Su Carolme enter St Matthews Church in 42Ston where they attended a special mass on the 47th anniversary of herjate husbands birth Judy taken off critical She can talk HONG KONG AP Judy Garland was taken off the criti cal list at a Hong Kong hospital Friday but the nature of the ill ness that put her in a coma fof more than 12 hours remained a mystery She looks very much better now said American actor Mark Herron her traveling compan of the illness Herron denied ion He added that she was now able to talk The singer collapsed Thursday at her hotel and Herron rushed her to the in a taxi While Typhoon Viola was bitting the island city She was given oxygen and other emergency treatment Herron said Miss Garland 41 was suffering from H overex US may ask UN weekend on his way to Honolulu the conference will be Ampas sador Henry Cabot Lodge US envoy in South Viet Nam Sec retary of Defense Robert S Me Namara and John A McCone director of the CIA It is also understood that As sistant Secretary of State Har to take part Flying horse hits woman so she files suit IOWA CITY enMrs Wil ma Miller of Mount Pleasant who says she was injured by a to say anything about the nature horse that literally flew out ifil operational by the end of the The company also has hired a manager for the plant He is Joseph E Skram former son Cityan who now is secre and comptroller of the iSeitz Packing Co St Mo Skram 53 formerly worked at Deckers in Mason City and spent two years in Turkey put ting into operation meat pack irig plants and cold storage warehouses He will assume his duties with Blue Ribbon Mon Tentative plans call for the plant to be constructed about 800 feet north of 12th NW Bar ber said The plant will cost be tween and and equipmentwill cost about an other ji The land being acquired for the plant has BOO feet of front age on 12th St Its west bound ary will be on a line with Pierce Ave if that avenuewere ex tended north across 12th property runs 2430 feet north and south at the deepest point and 1500 feet east and west at its widest point The plant will slaughter about 40 animals an hour at the start Barber points out Plans call for the plant to be able to operate economically and efficiently for either a single eight shift or for two such shifts daily if available cattle and markets warrant such extension of oper ations Barber added A North Iowa mumties have contacted new firm since t the first an nouncement of ithe proposed plant was made in the GlobeGa zette March 10 Barber pouted out i Communities which made crete proposals to the company in attempts to have the plant located in their towns included Clear Lake Garner and For est City Barberx said Active interest also was shown By numerous other towns includ ing Osage LakeMills Rock and Nora Springs The final decision to locate the plant in Mason City rwu made by the board Barber con tinued only after the board had carefully era mined each pro posal in view fof requirements laid down by a firm of An f f uavM MM i fvv via ni UUu QOWZl Dy 9 Oc tf f I The Honolulu conference will take a longrange look at the problems of trying to secure peace stability in Laos Viet Nan and Cambodia as well as discuss the immediate problems arising out of the Communist offensives Expended military action by the United States is another of the possible courses to be con sidered Secretary of State Dean Rusk said in a speech a week that if Communist aggres sion continued the result could be to expand thewar Johnson announced the Hono lulu meetingThursday saying the purpose of the Cabinetlevel talks would be to review the situation in the entire area oJ Southeast Asia Officials said the talks would be secret and that recommen dations would be reported only to the President Secretary Rusk after attend ing Prime Minister Nehrus funeral in India is scheduled to visit Bangkok Thailand and Saigon South Viet Nam this launched were ModelT ver OS hopes in space are bouyed CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP first unmanned model of the Apollo moonship orbited the earth Friday buoying U S hopes of manned lunar landings in the 1960s Dr George Mueller director of the nations manned space flight program said the success adds to our confidence in meet ing our goat of landihg men on the moon in this decade L A Saturn I rocket which the United States claims is the most powerfultiri the world hoisted the spacecraft into orbit more than 100 miles high Thursday Both rocket and spacecraft sions of the more powerful iAuuuJvUU wi AitujiO Others who will participate in streamlined hardware to be used on the moon flights The spacecraft weighed only 17000 pounds carried no nal gear and did not separate from the burned out second stage It was the same shape as the real thing which will weigh 90000 pounds and i tf Jtliy Ian Cleveland director of the proved that in combination with Bureau of International Organi the Saturn I it could with zation Affairs and an expert on stand the jolting climb through activities also is expected the atmosphere No recovery of the satellite was planned I logged itj 1 successful test flight in as many launchings Saturn I with 15 million pounds of booster thrust is forerunner of massive 75 milHon pound thrust Saturn V which will launch moonbound as of a trailer rumors that is suing for Miss Garland had taken an over dose of sleeping pills Campaign to unseat Nolan in Iowa City IOWA CITY writein campaign to nominate Iowa City Attorney William Meardoa as the Republican candidate for the Iowa Senate was under way here Friday It was sparked by a group of Johnson County Republicans who said theywere dissatisfied iWIWlit commiuee with incumbent Sen D C Noof the Canadian Medical Associ Ian RIowa City the only anation plans to seek a ban on nouncedcandidate for the GOP smoking by performers on Ca the state Senate nadian television She and Francis Miller are plaintiffs in a suit filed in Dis trict Court here Thursday against Harry S Bunker Jr of Iowa City the petition said the Millers pulled off Highway 218 in Johnson Countylast July 16 to change a tire when Bunker came along in a truck pulling a horse trailer The suit said Bunker swayed across the center line and one of the horses flew out of the trailer over the hood of the car hitting Mrs Miller TO BAN TV SMOKING TORONTO committee tronauts An unmanned Gemini capsule is to be launched in August in the final tuneup for the first twoman Gemini flight late in the year of only three orbits last ing five hours to check systems Starting in 1965 manned flights will increase to four days seven days and 14 days Neutrals firing on Red troops VIENTIANE Laos otian neutralist forces have counterattacked Communist po sitions on the northwest fringe of Chills along the Plajne des Jarrcs reports reaching Vienti ane said Friday Five neutralist companies possibly 500700 men were re ported to have moved from Mu ong Soui eastward to strength en defense against Communist attack military sources said Communist Romania ahready defying the Soviet Unions economic masc tery has made overtures to buy nuclear power reactors from the United States and Britain qual A ay ified Western diplomats reportfay bas ej i sewer system equal to a popu seem ifod expression of interest Nu T3 TCinv ABOUT ME FourmontHld Kip McCleary feels very much out of it as his mother o er embrace at the California Alemeda Naval StnIS dad McCleary was stationed u aone aboard the aircraft carrier Midway which returned from sixmonths at sea Strict enforcement on roads over weekend DES MOINES trated patrolling will be extend ed into late at night on Iowas most heavily traveledroads in some areas during the Memorial Day holiday weekend Highway Patrol Chief Ted Mikesch said Friday Mikesch said that strict en forcement will be the order for all of Iowas major high ways through the holiday in an effort to hold down on traffic deaths urged lowans to drive carefully and observe all laws of the road SAME DATE1H32M BUek IHttft After weve done all we can he said traffic safety is still 95 per cent the publics job Our wish for you is a Me morial Day holiday free of death and destruction on our highways Common sense and common decency are all that is necessary to make this possible for everyone The com minders of the 14 pa trol districts Mikesch sai have developed selective e forcement procedures designe to concentrate patrol manpower on the most troublesome stretches of highway Generally these are the most heavily traveled roads Mikesch said radarspeed tapes sir craft and both marked and un marked patrol cars will be liber ally used on these highways He said radar units will be checking traffic speed late into the night throughout the holiday which starts at 6 pm Friday and ends at midnight Sunday Its no secret Mikesch said that our big concentra tion will speeders Romania in i bid to buy reactors construction and of sucha plant The problem of towage posal was carefully considered in the final decision Barber added x r t The new Mason City disposal facilities and the ex tent to be A The Romanian approach is expected to be the subject of InforrnanU said an economic delegation led byi Aurel Cim peanu secretarygeneral in the Romanian ministry of foreign trade visited London early in April and told the Board of Trade its government would like to buy equipment for both a thermal and a nuclear power station The British rsolv kv u m counTs was InterAllied Coordinating Com mittee which controls export of strategic material to Commu nist lands embargoed equipment in 1962 such Apparently a Romanian dele gation to the United States led by Deputy Premier Gheorghe GastonMarin also raised the question with American author ities Evidently the Americans like the British restrained them selves from giving an unequiv ocal no The whole issue ap pears to have been left open for decision at White House level I On the inside Editorials A Comics 5 Mason City news t7 Society news news Television 1112 Clear Like news 14 Classified ptyes U17 KIDNEY SUROERY SAN ANTONIO Tex WVDr Hubertus Strughold 65 a pio the mamhptan being sewage treat n taking 600 ammals a lation equivalent of 23000 per super treated sewage to the city The actual volume or hydrau lic load is considered separate ly by sanitation engineers and is rated at a population equiva lent of 4000 persons for 600 ani mals killed whether the sewago is treated or not The Blue Ribbon facility will affect the city in two ways Boeirsaid First Boeil believes that new 15inch line from Tyler and The possibility of Blue Rib bon assuming part of this cost has been discussed Mayor George Mendcn said but since it is going to be a substantial taxpayer in the community Im not sure this is right The planned sewer line ia needed anyway Mendon added so why put in an 8 or 12inch line when a 15inch tine will better serve thenew industry and residents of the area1 A new line also would be at tractive to any other industries looking for a site in that area Mendon pointed out The Blue Ribbon plant will discharge sewage of about the same strength as an average home at the periods of low flow according to Boell The second vital consideration Latest 7 is a new trickling filter at the citys sewage treatment plant Boell says The plant was for Ihree trickling filters Boell says We built two at the time Jie plant was constructed with the idea of adding the third when the need occurred Boell says the Blue Ribbon neer in space medicine underfacility could open with only went t four hour operation Thursday to relieve a kidney obstruction Continued on 1 f BffFPLANT fc
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