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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The n that makes all North lowans neighbors Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 7 1944 UOc ConiliU tf Two SecHoniSectlon On iuocutcd trM Full No 127 ENTHUSIASM UNDAMPENEO liiV coxt soaked with rain from a sudden thunderstorm Penn sylvania Goy William Scranton greets a mother car ryintr two children at Evergreen Shopping Plaza on southwest side of Chicago appe rnee there was part of a twoday stumping tour Scranton is not progress Scranton docsn Gov Wi makin any progress in chipping awa delegates from the Arizonan column Snow slide fatal to 14 in France CHAMONIX France AP A snow avalanche rumbled down Aiguille Vcrlc peak in the Mont Blanc range Tuesday re portedly carrying 14 persoris to their deaths Charles Bozon world slalom ski champion in 1962 was re ported among the victims1 Four professors from Na tional School for High Moun tains which trains moufitair guides and ski instructors imd nine student guides were Vbe licvedlo have been in the par ly Bozon was said to have joined the group as a volunteer Often called Frances greatest skier Bozon the special slalom evcnl at the World Ski Games here on Feb 13 1962 The group was going up the 12000foot Aiguille Verle peak when caught by thc avalanche An hour before the parly started out a professor from the school flew over the area in a helicopter and reported that weather was clear and condi tions idcalfor the excursion Reports received in Chamonix said that the body of Bozon had been recovered Fear violence after bombing in Br Guiana GEORGETOWN British Gui ana W A new upsurge of racial violence was feared in this tense British crown colony after thc bombing of a river launch carrying about 70 Ne groes At least 10 laborers were re ported killed in thc blast from a imc bomb Monday and an other 23 including 8 children were missing cam ivIj forces cant find any evidence that Scranton is subtracting del cgates from the Goldwatcr tola now at 710 in an Associated I rcss survey Thi includes com milled by state primary dec lions 257 by instructions 62 by personal pledges and 273 by per sonal preference withoul pledge Kitchel stopped short of claim ing Goldwater has won his race to head the GOP ticket saying only that he is optimistic Weve got a cushion right now of maybe about 75 dele gates Kitchel said in an terview in 655 voles lo choose the partys nominee Kitchel said he hopes trieGold water count will be even higher when the San Francisco conven tion takes its first presidential ballot a week from Wednesday campaign sees littie The Gold water chairman said he a 1UIIB ikclihood now of a major bat le over the GOP plalform being lammered out by the conven lon resolutions committee Taylor arrives in S Viet Nam Tr ii Ambassador Max in South Viet Nam Tuesday declaring hat the war programs xecution implementation and WorthWinnebago picks Rustad in legal By CHARLES W WALK aooear on the hallni cin By CHARLES W WALK North News Director FOREST CITY Republicans of the new WinnebagoVVorth state representative district have selected a candidate for the November ejection but just even name will appear on the ballot still is in question Reuben Rustad retired North wood area farmer won Hie GOPs endorsement at a special district convention Monday night at the Winncbago Cpunty court house here A ruling by the state attorney generals office how ever closed the door to getting Kustads name on the partys November ticket The ruling pointed out that under Iowa law the Monday night convention could not nom inate a candidate for the Repub lican ticket in November unless he had received in the June pri mary five per cent of the vole which was recorded for gov ernor in the last general elec tion Neither Rustad nor any other candidate received the neces total so no Republican candidates name can appear on the November ballot kills Damage worse There are two avenues open to the districts Republicans in their campaign to get Rustad elected the ruling continued One would be to get enough pe titions for Rustad so that he could be placed on Uic Indepen dent ticket on the ballot The other would be to conduct a writein campaign The decision on which method to use was left to Rustad and the Worth County Republican Centra Committee William Im RUSTAD Continued on Page 2 than thought MEXICO CITY AP The earthquake that rocked Mexi cos Pacific coastal state of ucrrero took 31 lives the gov ernment says but no damage or casualties were reported in lie crowded resort of Acapulco The quake early Monday was felt both in Acapulco and in this capital cily 175 miles lo Ihe northeast Buildings swayed in Mexico City but damage was ighl and only one man was slightly injured reaching the federa from Guerrero State said most of the 31 vip crushedunder cpL lapsing buiJdihVs mountain villages Acapulco radio station XEBB said it had confirmed 18 deaths n Coyuca de Catalan 100 miles north of the resort and report cd the village had been de stroyed Another report said four per ions were killed in Ciudad Alta nirano and that 80 per cent of he buildings there were de troyed Acapulco packed with tour sis was shaken for aboul half minute The tremor in Mexico Cily was the capitals sharpest since 1957 earthquake thai took 66 Buildings swayed walls ushedinto the streets in their ightclolhes The quake reached a grade of on the Mcrcali scale of 12 at he Mexico City Observatory rhe 1957 quake registered 8 Hampton judge improves after heart attack HAMPTON District Judge arvcy Uhlenhopp 49 of Hamp m was reported in very sal factory condition at a hos ital here Tuesday where he as brought after suffering a cart attack June 28 Judge Uhlenhopp is coming and ambulance attendants remove arrTiV man anaiitomobile involved in a headon collision at the entrance to EdwardsAir Force Base Ulhf Persons were killed and 11 otherswere in dead are in addition To 84 others Killedon California streets and rhp of are no warm up to UN The judge was stricken at his WASHINGTON of ficials studied evidence Tuesday hat the Soviet Union may be hifting ils policy loward the United Nations Deep interest has been aroused here by Tokyo reports that the Soviet government is proposing the creation of a per manent UN military force The reported proposal said to have been made in a note to the Japanese Foreign Office could be thc beginning of a sig nificant change of attitude in Moscow toward the world or ganization officials here said but the evidence is far from conclusive In the US view the Soviet attitude toward UN peace keeping operations has gener ally been uncooperative The So viet government usually has ob jected to the employment of forces under orders from thc General Assembly The practice of action Ihrough the Senate probe High cost oi dying corrections suggested North Iowa Weather outlook Partly clovdy nesday with icatttrtd thurtdtrstormt night A little cookr Timday night lows in mid Ms Utttc Wednes day in mid Ms Weather details Page 2 WASHINGTON Sen tc stibcommiltce opened hear ngs Tuesday into thc high cost t dying and heard witnesses from thc funeral induslry tell of abuses in prices and selling and unveil a proposal for cor rccling them Wilbur M Krieger managing director df the National Select od Morticfons Evanston 111 old the Senate subcommittee that his trade associationhad suggested 21 rules to the Fed eral Trade Commission for Ihe elimination of abuses in thc funeral field He said some of the criticisms and charges against the funeral mdustrywhich he noted had Death Cosl Too High and The Undertakers are justified But he added in his state ment there are many criti cisms which are based only on isolated instances of abuse and misrepresentations of fact tt He said it is a fringe minority which preys on the elderly and the bereaved and damages the reputations of other funeral di rectors The rules that the trade as sociation has proposed he said would strike at such ales pitches as these Stating that the law requires deceased to be embalmed Stating that the law requires the use of a burial vault when such is not the fact He said the rules would also cover such pracliccs as I secret kickbacks lo and coroner employes slccring a prospective cus tomer to a morlician Saying that a complete funer al costs for instance wh there are additional charges services not included The hearings by the Senate Antitrust and Monopoly sub committee under Chairman Philip A Hart DMich arc aimed at uncovering any possi ble restraint of trade and anti trust aspects in the burial in dustry Assembly was oped by the Western power more than a decade ago to gel around Ihe Soviel Unions use of its veto in thc Security Coun cil to paralyze action there One of ttie UN crises centers around the So viet Unions delinquency in pay ing UN assessments for peace keeping activities The Soviet Union faces a battle in the Gen eral Assembly session next fal over the loss of its vote there US officials said lhal on Ihe basis of Ihe Tokyo reports Ihcy could not tell exactly what the Soviets intend by their proposal bul assumethai whal Ihey are calling for js the creation of a UN standing army In its 18 years the United Nations has provided forces to deal wilh crises in a dozen in slances the most notable being Ihe IZorean war and the Suez Congo and Cyprus situations The Soviet memorandum to he Japanese government said Ihe Soviet Union would be will ing to shoulder its due share of expenses for an internation al peace force if it was under he sole control of the Security the Soviet Un on has veto power The proposal also would ex elude from the force all troops of the five permanent members f Ihe UN Sccurily Council he Soviel Union the United States Britain France and Na tionalist China Observers in Tokyo this as an attempt to force US troops out of South Korea where they are stationed as a JN force and under a UN command although it is y American FALLING FORM Dave Cleghorn and his mount WaiTinga were a ballet in Ustress race tnick Melbourne the f iH ihP h rn suffcretl a broken Mllarlxne in me laii the horse a sore nose Parts of state get heavy rain THE ASSOCIATED PRFS5 Swollen clouds over Iowa ska whcrc hcav age burst their seams rcporlcd at Island morning as the slate wasi HaslmKs Kearney and Omaha ins and buf Powcr was interrupt v wasi Kearney and Omaha doused by heavy rains and buf Pmvcr service was interrupt feted by winds of 50 miles ani L temporarily at Hastings hour or more where winds estimated at 60 to 80 miles an hour did extensive hour or more More than an inch of rain was recorded at many spots and a tornado swooped down at thc R ffl On f he inside Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 7 North news Sperts news 1314 Latest markets ftUttn City newt V17 owan Titonka man dies in Gamer wreck Mny Bnms 76 Titonka was killed m a headon collision on Highway 18 two miles vest of Garner at am Tuesday His brother Gerhard about 70 and Dougherty 21 Chanton are in Mercy Hospital at Ma City Bothsuffered multiple fractures and were Demos study platform DES MOINES AP Iowa Democrats continued a three day hearing Tuesday seeking recommendations for their state platform which will be adoplec at the slate convention her July 18 Requests made by those a tending Monday included a ca for public bus Iransportalion o children to parochial schools in creased gasoline taxes for roat building and more state aid t schools Democratic Gov H t r o I i rfughcs told the 19G3 Icgislaturv v believed public bus transpor ation should be available tc parochial schoo1 pupils Hi SOP opponent in this falls elec ion Ally Gen Evan Hullman lisagrecs George Wrighl of Eagle rove vice chairman of Ihe owa Committee for Equa S c h oo 1 Bus Transportation asked for thc equal transpor ation plank but said wcc not have it adopted than o have it become a partisa political issue The Iowa Good Roads Associa ion asked the Democrats to rgc adding one cent per gallon o the state gasoline tax now sis ents labbcd for primary roads he association also said the tale should allocate million rom Ihe general fund for reads r boosl the gasoline tax two cnts a gallon Paul Johnston state superin ndent of public instruction utlined a plan to increase state id to schools from the present 30 million to million a car The program would have the ate pay 40 per cent of the cost f education instead of thc ciir cnt 11 per cent and local gov rnments 60 per cent Johnston aid hc would have a rccom icndation on how to raise the noncy when the time comes Dirt farmer to appear before GOP committee reported tion in serious condi MO INKS Iowa dirt farmer will appear bc orc the Republican Platform Friday to serve as Henry Bruns was riding in a car driven by his brother Ger hard It collided with a car driven by Dougherty who is a senior at Simpson College In dianola Dougherty is employed by Lavcrty Sprayers of Indianola He was moving to Britt from the east half of county where the company had been spraying He was driving west and Bruns east at the time of the collision Both cars were demolished according to Highway Patrol man Elmer Englc and the Han cock County sheriffs officeiar who investigated the Besides his brother Henry Bruns is survived by twoifsi ters Mrs Hans Becnkcn Britt and Ettina Bruns Titonka with whom he lived Funeral arrangements for Bruns arc pending Mason City tot 3 dies in ambulance CHARLES CITY Thomas Lee Johnson son of Mr and Mrs Dick Johnson 321 2nd NW Mason City died Monday aflernoon en route to Univcrsily Hospitals Iowa Cily The child was struck by a car at a slreet intersection in Charles City Sunday evening He was taken to Cedar Valley Hospital here with head and back injuries Monday afternoon it was do to take him to Iowa Cily tc died in thc ambulance just orth of Cedar Rapids His par nts were in the ambulance with im Funeral arrangements are in omplcte at Hauscr Funeral lomc A Mass of Angels will be aid at Immaculate Conception hurch Burial will IJC in Cal ary Cemetery Thc child was visiting his ramlmothcr Mrs Percy John on here when the accidont oc urrcd According to two police nen who witnessed the acci cnt hc ran into thc street m ie path of a car driven by cnry William Halvorson 337 nd St SW Mason Cily No charges will be filed ac orcling to Police Chief Hermit linger tree damage Grand Island reported 125 inches of rain and broken plate RETURNS MELON ommiuec Friday to serve as Minn n Iowa spokesman for Tgriculreformatory officials say a lure Ally Gen Evan HultmanmildleaScd man walked into S3Jd ttiln 111 u i Hultman said he was con cerncd because no farmers arc B Garvey farm eight miles uionen piaic norlheast of Boone in lhc mg a cattle shed a feed lot Ulstrict shed and a number of trees The Welher Bureau said Another funnel cloud was twistcr struck rural Alda de sighted in thc Wintcrsct area a twocar garage but there were no indications ii Trcc damage was reported at touched ground Kearney Ihe prison July 1th wilh watermelon under his nrm Tho iv man said his conscience had io hohcrod him since 1017 when the national convention in San nc stoc a melon from hn prison Krancisco so hc has arranged farm The man was returning lhal Ken Joslin will rcprcscnl a melon Supl Jack Young told no c t n t ri t n t nf IM i ni i i At Clarinda where 115 inches of rain fell in less than 20 min utes high winds knocked limbs Temperatures Monday night remlined above 70 degrees in all parts of the state but read rvcu tilt I lj uui iCaU off trees Oats were flattened al inSs wpre expected lo he cooler Boone jin western counties Wednesday The Weather Bureau said rain would pepper the state through Tuesday and would continue in outuu 1 soulhcrn counties Wednesday FRY DIES c BROOKFIELD Mo iowas heavy thunderstorms railroad snipping expert died moved into the stale from Nehere Monday the state before the platform committee Josiin farms near Minhuin Hultman said hc had received Ihe approval of lhc Republican Stale Central Committee and Sen Bourke H Hickenloopcr chairman of thc Iowa delega tion for Joslin to represent farmers in the state Joslin will have no official ca pacity at thc convention Hull man said hut will provide an Iowa dirl farmer to go wilh us as a representative of Iowa ag riculture Tf the man to a needy family the melon to SAMf   

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