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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 16, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The t w s paper that m o k e s a 11 o r t h I o w a n n c i g h b o r Edition VOL MASOM CITY IOWA TUfSOAY JUNf H jlV UOe Paper CoiulsU M Two full Uaw ranton gain in Iowa tally i Earthquake hits Japan Damage heavy Death toll low TOKYO tffhA shattering earthquakethe strongest since 1923struck northern Japan Tuesday touching off fires tidal waves and floods First reports indicated the The US CMI and Geodetic Survey in Honolulu said the ui xumoiuiu said tne momes quake jregistered 725 superintendent1 of public operate a sum Richter scalerhich rated the mstrution told the Gl6beGa session then it has tobe Richter scale which rated the 1906 San TFrancisco quake at 825 Sendai and Sakataby a quirk of nature were virtually un scathed The only damage re ported by police was a few tiles shaken from buildings The Meteorological Agency said weak tremors shook north eastern Honshu about three hours after the major quakev National police headquarters in Tokyo reported only one death in Niigata five in Tsuru oka 120 miles north of Nugata and three in Akita City The dead in Tswrweka mclud ed three kindergarten children school collapsed Thir teen other pupils were injured Three were injured in Akita Autonomy Minister Masamu itviu zette in a telephone interview tioriirce Tuesday that he will advise pub Johnston said the trend has lie school districts to proceed Deen toward increasing enroll with summer programs as usual ments m summer programs the charging of tuWlth more and more enrichment lon courses on the schedule along He said such a memorandum with the traditional makeup will be circulated at once based on a conversation he had Tues day with Atty Gen Evan Huit Hvltman has ruled that school districts cannot charge tuition for summer school students who US firm to sell to Indonesia LONDON CAP The Ameri canowned Vauxhall Motor Co announced Tuesday it will iell 1000 truck and bus chassis worth million to Indonesia which Britain is in a stateof undeclared war A Foreign Office spokesman said the British military supplies embargo on to Indonesia are will not apply to the vehicles A company spokesman said it was unlikely any of the chassis would be converted to military Use since none had fourwheel drive But the deal is likely to cause some political headscratching here partly because of its par allel with the sale of British buses to Cuba Weather outlook Partly cloudy scattered showers and little warmer TweMUy and Wednes day Lows Tuesday nifht near M Wednesday in mid TVs details faee 2 toll was low however cnj Akazawa was The National Pobce Agency Nugata for an inspection The reported four hours after the army navy and national poUce first shock that 21 persons had were mobilized and ordered into been killed and 108 seriously the disaster area hurt Kenichi Yamashtta pilot of The tremblers worst effect jet which fell onthe port of Niigata a city f J1 at about 10 of 290000 on the Sea of Japan e saw ris Cracksopened in the streets the seabacked up into parts of the industrial area1 and oil stor ly collaPsed age tanks were set ablaze send ing clouds of black smoke into the air Normal communication was broken with Niigata 267 rail miles r northwest of Tokyo and electric power was cut off Wa ter mains broke pouring tons of waterinto the streets ThVjiuake which hit p a force offive on i Japans sevenmaximum Niigata Sendai and Sakata The Meteor ologkalAgencysaidthia was less severe than the quake 41 yean ago which claimed more 140000 1 i ve s mostly through fire saw one large bridge com ly collapsed he reported One of the two runways at the QUAKE Continued on Page 2 Nagle won over Others are called friendly r r m worm Reception best of life SCRANTON GREETED BY IOWANS IN DES MOINES Schools advised to in 1964 sessiSh By ROBERT H SPIEGEL Editor Paul Johnston of Des Moines i provide schooling without tui tion charges to all students aged 5 to 21 If schools operate a summer tui man The Globes lowo Line Tit GlobtGntltcs exclusive telephonewire wax fttfecr rtlclt are under 21 and district resi dents Tuition is charged by the Ma son City school district and a number of others Johnston added however that it is his understanding that the 1964 summer schedule can pro ceed and that no re funds will be necessary superintendent iaid school Districts make provision in next years budget for funds to operate the 1965 summer program Johnston said he felt a test V a ivot vj Ji JurtU case in court on the issue isnt Prince Souphanouvong e necessary Johnston1 lhat Hult authorized to operate f iire puoi is wavy Lit schools the entire year and must F Klusmann 30 of San Dtego courses I think it is proper to operate summer sessions with tax funds it children need the additional educational opportunities and profit by them he said Johnston said he worries however that elimination of tui tion charges will cause some school districts to cut back oh Uieir summer schedules This is not the right an swer said Johnston This rul ing only points up the need for a better tax base than we have now for public education We need some kind of state aid to help operate the total Johnston said the lovva Legis lature could do one of two things to alter the present situ ation provide a better fi nancial base or change the law to permit tuition fees Confirm pilot token by Reds KHANG KHAY Laos con f L U JJV firmed Tuesday that an Ameri Plot whose reconnaissance correct said plane was shot down by Communists June 6 was i hired by the Pathet Lao rhe The pilot is Navy Lr Charles Hultman rakes Hughes closed orison meet inn Q DES MOINES AP Vauxhall i a whol y owned AP subsidiary of General Motors ffilIL can nominee for governor Tues day criticized Democratic Gov Harold Hughes for holding a closed meeting to discuss Iowas penal problems I feel this was the latest ep isode in the governors double Hullman said at a news conference The governor has said he is opposed to secrecy in government but he met in se cret for 75 minutes Monday with the State Board of Control After the meeting there were only a couple of generalizations but no specific answers to the people of Iowa about the prob lems in Iowas prisons Rocky action Pit MCKielL By WILLIAM L EBERLINE DBS MOINES AP Penn sylvania Gov William Scranton learned at breakfast Tuesday that he picked up at least one additional Iowa delegate vote in his uphill battle for the Repub lican presidential nomination Iowa GOP State Chairman Robert Ray of Des Moines broke the news as Scranton ate with Iowa delegates and party lead ers before taking off for Kansas and a second round in hia quest for Midwest delegate votes at the national convention next month Mid former Republican StateChairman George Nagle of Iowa City advised him by tel ephone that Nagle is climbing onto the Scranton bandwagon Nagle was one of six Iowa delegates who v i s i t with Scranton tn Chicago about two weeks ago The other five pre had come out for Scran WASHINGTON A Gov William W Scranton moved his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination onto firmer ground Tuesday with the full support of New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller But the Pennsylvania gover nor carrying the flag of Re publican moderates plainly had a lot ot running to do to catch Barry Goldwater up with Sen of Arizona BEST FOOT William Scranton climbs railing in hotel dining room to get to head table at abreakfast wittiIowa Repub lican delegatesand party leaders in De3 Moines Tables were jammed close together so Scranton climbed rail as theeasiest route to the head table where his breakfast waited t Reaction to Gov Scranton DES MOINES Scranton said that although no i o owa are comments from Iowa delegates announced any change Scranton told a cheering sign s of heart I think after meeting waving crowd that greeted him KOV Scrantons visit Scranton any thinking man will Monday night the reception was e e quest of reappraise his view the best n my life to wm the GOP j been ouC ol the state and could not attend the meeting of Scranton with Iowa delegates Monday night Ray who says he is officially uncommitted but describes him self as very very friendly to Scranton said he thought the Pennsylvania governor had captured the imagination of the people in his visit to Iowa SCRANTON WELLWISHERS lowfRepub hcan Chairman Robert Ray center and Atty Gen Svari Hultman right extend good wishes to syivania Gov William delegate votes Tuesday uld gJve Goldwater dicate theyre friendly to Scranton in scramble for the presidential nomination Globe state editor knew the Scfdnfons pies ion By JANE E MORRISON State Editor Scranton used to mean the name of the town where I was born and grew up Now when a person says Scranton chances are ie is speaking of Gov Wil liam Scranton GOP presi dential hopeful And whenever I mention being anative of Scranton Pa Im asked the same question Did you know the Scrantons there Of course I knew the Scran tons But then Billy was just the younger brother of Marian and Katherine the Scranton girls with whom I went to school So never really knew him You know how girls are about kid brothers The School of the Lackawan na the small private school my parents and Worthington Scran ton Bills father attended was discontinued when the Scranton girls and I were in fourth or fifth grade in the same school At risk of dispelling any doubts as to my think Bill prob ably did not start school until after that And it was then that Marian and Katherine went to one school and f went to an other Among my eany memories is birthday parly given for One of Ihe girls at the Scranton then in a sprawling yellow frame house with wide porches set en a lovely lawn across the street from the stone mansion And their mother Marjory Scranton who later became the national Republican committee woman even then charmed all the guests both young and old who came to their home Later the Worthington Scran ton family moved to a beautiful country estate But Grandmoth er Scranton continued to hold forth in her midVictorian gran deur all the years the young sters were growing up The granddaughters made their entries into the social world at debuts in the mansion And during every Christmas season while we were home from schools and colleges for the holidays there was a ball in the Scranton mansion Then he stately drawing rooms dining room conserva tory and first floor sitting rooms pects to get 14 more from Mon tana this week announcement in New York Monday that he had tecided the best way to continue his fight for the basic princi of progress and modera in thet parly was to give his full support to Scrantoh put needed foundation under the Pennsylvania governors cru ade In the view of some seasoned wliticians it would act psycho ogically to stem any stampede to Goldwater by injecting an el ement of doubt that he had the nomination in the bag It was not immediately clear how many of the 125 votes credited to Rockefeller in an Associated Press survey could added to the 125 listed for Scranton nor whether this could be done on the first ballot Scranton voiced the belief in a speech to Iowa delegates in going to be an open conScran ton had a fighting chance TT me oiammu Hughes said after the meeting home The highlight of the af with the board Monday that they fair held on the spacious lawn had discussed the resignation was areal magician complete last week of Benjamin F Baer with sweeping cape mustache ar director of corrections and and a tall hat out of which he also talked about other penal produced white baby rabbits problems And the rabbits were given to Hultman said he still plans to make his own investigation of thi problems involved in the op eration of state prisons were opened one into another making a perfect place to dance An orchestra was en sconced behind the traditional potted palms And we of the generation which grew up most ly during the depression had our taste of true elegance and old fashioned hospitality us to take home That was not the Scranton mansion where Grandmother still lived in those days The younger family lived When I went back to Scranton tion a few years ago the first a itciu um time since I had been married tional the division of GLOBE Continued on 2 vention the best in my life Before breakfast Scranton mindful of the importance of farm issues in the Midwest met with E Howard Hill of Mmburn former Iowa Farm Bureau Fed eration president and Kenneth Thatcher state Farm Bureau executive vice president They said afterward they dis cussed farm policy and the problem of low beef prices Scranton told the breakfast crowd of about 250 that this is the year to beat Lyndon John SCRANTON Continued on Page 2 Nixon claims Scranton may upset Barry NEW YORK tfl Former Vice President Richard M Nixon said Tuesday that Sen Barry Goldwater does not have it made yet for the Republican presidential nomination that This is the year of the up t presidential nomination want to see Scrantons voting recbrdt Warren haid been supporting for President or onger plans1 him v because he doesnt seem to ganizatioh said know what he is doing sets Nixon to newsmen iu newsmen Des Moines Monday night that prior to a luncheon said Pcnn it is clear by now that this is sylvanla Gov William W States ponder remap decision WASHINGTON AP Prac tically every state in the union faced an explosive change in its tawmaking and politics which should eventually give city voters a more equal voice in their state governments The Supreme Court arguing that legislatures represent peo ple not trees or acres decreed Monday that scats in both hous es of every state legislature must be apportioned by popula The decision held unconstitu repre foreshadowed s similar holding in as many as 40 other states All agreed that rural resi dents who for generations have held a disproportionate share of voting power in most states would be the losers The problem pondered in state houses Tuesday was what to do Special sessions of the leg islatures may be needed In some cases Fortunately the court gave time for planning sentation in six Maryland New York Dela ware Alabama and eral elections Nov 3 of Waterloo in San Francisco July 13 uncommitted I feel nextpresident or State Republican Robert Ray who encouraged kranton to seek the nomination but is publicly uncommitted said hes a man I admire very much But he declined because of his chairmanship to publicly join the Scranton supporters Stuart Charlton of Manchest er who is committed to vote for Soldwater said he liked Scran ton because he is clearly the most conservative of the moder ates I could accept him as vice president The Goldwater backers gen erally said they were studying Scranton as a vice presidential possibility to run with Gold water arent goingto lose any of our delegates but we arent going to try and get any more to com mit themselves until the I came to see hew Scranton stacks up for the vice presidency said Dick Verste gen of Sioux City committed to Goldwater Harold Moines Goldman of DCS who is supporting Make mine a Nikita COPENHAGEN Denmark Take a dash of vodka add a generous helping of cham pagne mix in a spot of Dan ish cherry youve got a Nikita The special cocktail went on sale in Copenhagen hotel bars Tuesday as Premier Khru shchev arrived for his official visit BISHOP DIES CARMEL Calif HI The illt and preparations It ruled that Rt Rev Arthur B Kinsolving action on the decision need not 69 retired Episcopal bishop of be taken before this years genthe diocese of Arizona died Sunday AftrGen Evan Hultman the pres Sifate Rep Maurice Von Nos alternate ah con The Globe JUDY GUSTAFSON Rainbow giris and rollers P18 MASON CITY school board sets proposed budget Page 17 Editorials 4 Clear news 7 Comics Society news M811 Sports news 1314 markets U Mason City news U17 Farm news Transit timetable W to 14   

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