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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 17, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Sfore Leftler SkiptonNO budget passed It to The City Council of Mason City meeting in emergency ses sion Monday morning approved the 19C5 budget as published in a 41 vote The action came after the council met in execu tive session for 1 hour and 27 minutes The budget includes Cor a new airport terminal and for City Hail improve ments focal points of a running disagreement over approval Total expenditures for the coming year will be The amount to be raised by tax ation is or 28309 mills This is 317 mills more than the 1964 taxes The Monday morning vote climaxed 49 days of study and controversy over the budget Approval came in a vote change by two members of the United Community Party Dan H Shire and Ray Randall They were joined by C E Lcffler an As sociated Citizens Party mem ber and Harry Little now an Independent Although commending the vote of Shire and Randall Coun cilman Phil Skipton voted against the budget Councilman Waller Broadbenl now on va cation was not at the meeting The budget now goes to the county auditor for certification According to state law it should have been certified last Satur day The five council men and May or George E Mendon walked out of the executive session which began at and into the council chambers at am quiet and somber Following council roll call Lcffler immediately moved for adoption of the budget as advertised Little seconded the motion City Clerk Metta Uugi turned to Skipton to begin taking the vote He asked that the count The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 17 W4 tlUc Paper Consists of Two One AisocialecJ Press Full No 162 start at the other end of table with Randall Randall slowly started to speak choosing carefully each word I think that the citizens have been shortchanged We met here and voted 32 and re ceived virtually no cooperation compromise I think it is a raw deal I have stood up or the peoples rights and if Im wrong so be it Lcffler was next In voting for the resolution he said the bud get was advertised according to law and there were no objec tions voiced or written is our duty to approve budget on the assumption that jcitizens as a whole must have been in agreement with the pro posed expenditures for 19G5 ILeffler said Little agreed with Lefflcr and jvotcd yes In casting the fourth and dc Iciding yes vote Shire said that he disagrees with the budget as published and is in favor of a 11 die on Iowa highways 2 crashes each kill 3 BJ THE ASSOCIATED PBKSS Iowa counted 11 persons deat in traffic accidents over the weekend making it one of the most tragic twoday highway tolls in the states history The latest victims were three young people killed Sunday night in a twocar accident on Highway 69 north of Blairsburg described by a highway patrol man as Ihc woist accident Ive ever seen Three members of Casper Wyo family also were killed in a traincar crash at Jesup Sat urday Dead in the crash near Blairs burg were Michael D Nordeen 21 VirGene Leroy Boe 22 ant Gary Wayne Olson 19 all of Story City Two other Story City young people Bruce Arden Swenson 21 and Hop Olive 18 were critically injured Both were taken to the Clarion hospital and Swenson then was flown to Ucs Moines Highway Patrolman Ben Urban said the young people were in two cars both north bound which went off a straight stretch of road about midway between Blairsburg and High way 3 One of the cars ended up in a cornfield Urban said the other a 1964 Chevrolet plowed into the ditch alongside a gravel road that runs at right angles to Highway 69 Mr and Mrs George Dammej of Casper Wyo aftd their daughter Denisc 13 were killed Saturday morning when their car was struck by the Illi nois Central Land o1 Corn pas senger train at a main street crossing In Jesup Killed in other accidents ovtr the weekend were Theodore Robert Dirkx 18 of rural Estherville who died in a hcadon crash of two cars on a paved county road two miles cast of Graettinger Sunday Four other persons Hoffa gets 5 years for fra DISTRICT CHAMP Roxie Alden 14 Garner holds the 960pound Angus steer she exhibited tothe grand championship of the district baby beef show at the North Iowa Fair Saturday night Miss Alden is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Eldridge Alden Richard Showalter Sheffield showed the reserve grand champion Tuesdays schedule SAW SHOWS ON MIDWAY 8 dairy judging rodeo pull 2 and FFA junior livestock judging contests 8 Iowa amateur rodeo Garner girl shows steer to the title Viet boss tightens his grip SAIGON South Viet Nan his grip on the gov rnment lightened by his elec ion to the presidency Maj Gen Nguyen Khanh plans t appoint a war cabinet to con centrate on the campaig against the Communists Khanh stepped up from pre mier after South Viet Nams 62 man military junta approved a new constitution Sunday creat ing a presidential system with neardictatorial power for the president in an emergency The tinta placed only one re straint on Khanh It insisted on a constitutional provision re quiring the president to consul with the junta the Military Revolutionary Council before issuing decrees Asked if he intended to take the role of military dictator Khanh replied For six months I have been head of a totalitar ian regime without being totali tarian I can head a dictatorial regime without being a dicta tor Government sources said Khanh probably will name cabi net members within a week A ranking minister comment ed It will be like reshuffling a deck of cards but all the cards will remain in the deck Khanh replaced Maj Gen Duong Van Minn who held the presidency as figurehead chief of state Although Minn remains as an adviser to the govern Also is fined CHICAGO AP Teamsters James R Hoffa was entenced Monday to five years prison to be served after an ightyear term given him in hattanooga Tenn The Chicago sentence four oncurrcnl fiveyear terms and 510000 fine was assessed for raud in obtaining large loans rom the unions rnultimillion dollar pension fund Ithrce or four mill tax cut With the budget already hav ling the required four votes Skipton voted no He commend ed Shire and Randall for voting yes As longe as we already havo a budget Ill slick to my orig inal argument and vote no Skipton said At am the meeting was adjourned When the meeting oriinaily started at am the mayor said he felt the council should meet in executive session Randall and Little clashed over the executive session Lit tle said he was not at the meet ing to listen to some more ha ranguing Do you want to work in the Walsh then asked to consider Hoffas labor to citizenry communities and that he the judge service t and th was un mayors office or not Little aid I have things to do Little asked why Hie council ceded to meet in front of the party secretary He said the ouncil chambers were not full f the public but only reporters and a party secretary Mrs Roger Whipple secretary of the United Community Party was n the council chambers Randall said there were per PIRST WOMAN GOVERNOR MEETS FIRST LADY Mrs Nellie Taylor Ross 87 former governor of Wyoming and first woman governor in the United States greets the First Lady of the nation Mrs Lyndon B Johnson during a reception at the Photofax Jackson Lake Lodge in Wyoming Sen Gale McGee center and his wife were host to the reception in honor of Mrs Johnson who is making a western tour Mrs Ross was elected governor in 1924 to succeed her governor husband Wil liam after he died Urge Greek Cypriot boss to deal with K jurcd two critically Mrs Har old Christcnscn 51 of Graet tinger was reported in poor condition at an Esthcrvillc hos pital Kenneth D Janssen 18 of rural Emmctsburg suffered a crushed chest and was flown to Rochester Minn Olive Burgess 67 of Fairfax who was struck by a car as she crossed a street in Cedar Rapids To win the Sunday No charge was filed Roxics Angus against the driver Charles M Knoblauch 19 of Cedar Rapids Robert Holbrook 21 of Sioux Falls SD a University of Nebraska student whose car missed a curve and rolled over early Sunday a mile south of Larchwood in extreme north west Iowa Darlcnc Nibbc 38 of Council Bluffs killed when the car in which she was d passenger went By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director A 14yearold Garner showing in district competition for the first the spot light away from some more ex perienced exhibitors in the dis irict baby beef show at the North Iowa Fair Saturday night As nearly 400 people looked on Roxie Alden daughter of Mr and Mrs Eldridge Alden Gar ner showed a Irim 960pound Angus steer to the grand cham pionship of the show ment the shakcup removed the popular general from the center of power Minh a overthrow key figure in the of the Ngo Dinh Diem regime last November lost control of the military junta in Khanhs coup detat Jan 30 but retained his titular office exhibited Angus and Miss Harms siiowed a Hereford Fri day the Dolan Angus had been selected grand champion of the Cerro Gordo County baby beef show Second place animals in the show were exhibited by Allen Grciman Garner Ed Hopkcy Hampton Cherry Greiman Garner Ecimund Davis Forest City and Kevin Grciman Gar Some observers suggested that Minh may have incurred coveted had to award defeat nearly 90 other baby beeves from 10 five county champions To make the victory even sweeter it marked the first lime that Roxie over had showed a champion animal She will be a freshman at Klcmmc High School this fall Her father raised the calf she showed to the grand championship Main competition for Roxies ner In other beef judging Satur day veteran exhibitors had to share the spotlight with some newcomers in the open bee show at the fair For example in the Angus show veteran exhibitors AcWi Grciman ami Sons Garner hac share crcs a penccr Khanhs disfavor by showing ympathy to the French propos 1 for the neutralization of Viet sTam As for the possibility of a more active US role in South iet Nam Khanh said Every hing we do is done in close co pcration with American au horilies All military tasks will lepcnd on the requirements of he situation off Highway 141 about five miles north of Ute Sharon Newell 17 Bloom field whose car was slccr came from another trim Angus exhibited by Richafi Showalter Sheffield Showaltcrs 1850pound slccr had been named Greimans once again exhib ed the champion bull of Ih FAIR Continued on Page 2 struck by the Koc Island Rail roads Golden State Limited passenger train at a rural road crossing south of Bulknap Satur day She was have been a candidate for queen of the Davis County Fair which opened Mon day in Bloomficld North Iowa Weather outlook Fair to partly cloody through Tuesday Lows Monday 54M Hifhs 7143 1 grand champion of the Franklin bounty Fair earlier in the week but had to settle for the second spot here Saturday night This marked the s c c o n straight year that a Showalle has had the reserve granc champion at the district show Last year Steve Showalter Richards brother exhibited an other Angus to the number slot They are the sons of M and Mrs Charles Showalter class winners in tl show judged by Robert Fain Webster City were LaDonna Greiman Garner Mike Dolan Dougherty and Mclanic Harms Grciman and Dolan honors with Wclc new exhibitor fron Inside NICOSIA Cyprus AP Buoyed by a pledge of Soviet support Greek Cypriots are urging President Makarios to go 0 Moscow and negotiate an arms deal with the Russians Greek Cypriots of every political shade jubilantly greeted the Soviet Unions offer to help if Cyprus is invaded and Soviet Premier Khrushchevs warning to Turkey that an attack on Cyprus might boomerang The rightwing weekly me weekend developments as a great turning point for the Greek Cypriot cause It even suggested that Makarios a Greek Orthodox archbishop bring Communists into his cabinet to show his gratitude Other editorials called upon Makarios to fly immediately to Moscow There has been no official response to the Soviet One report said Foreign Minister Spyros Kyprianou would leave for Mos What is th enterprise MOSCOW tfl A top Soviel economist Monday proposed scrapping the nations obsolete system of management of ccon What ho nronosprt to Free in Russia mcnt of economy founded on decreed norms and go over to the simpler cheaper and more effective economic regulation of the work of enterprises he ow Friday to begin talks on nilitary aid The JN peace effort suffered dcr sentence in Chattanooga in another case brought by the fed eral government He asked that if any sentence is meted out here it be concurrent with the Chattanooga sentencing Austin replied This court feels that the sound of the clang of a jail house door has a salutary ef fect on defendants and other citizens Judge Austin denied all de fense motions to set aside the jury conviction and for a new trial Then he asked Hoffa whether he had anything to say Hoffa standing next to his at torney Maurice Walsh replied Not at all your honor The record speaks for itself Hoffa 51 was sentenced to eight years in a federal peni tentiary earlie this year in Chattanooga for tampering with a jury in Nashville That penal sons at the meeting other than the secretary and reporters Little and Randall continued discussion over whether the meeting should be open or not until Little got up room He said he and left the had said all in unexpected setback when innish mediator Sakari S Tu omioja suffered a mild stroke in lencva Sunday a hcurs be ore his departure for another round of talks in Athens Anka a anJ Nicosia There was speculation that UN SecretaryGeneral U Thant would appoint a new mediator or take over Tuomiojas work limself The Finnish diplomat lad hoped to win acceptance of compromise proposed by former US Secretary of State Dean Achcson President John sons special Cyprus envoy Acheson has been meeting separately with Greek and Turkish representatives in ty is under appeal He and six codefendants were convicted of conspiracy and fraud by a US District Court jury in Chicago July 26 The prosecution charged Hof fa and his associates employed misrepresentation in obtaining a total of million in loans from the Teamsters he was going to say in front of he press Ill be in the mayors office he added Randall repeated that lung said should be said at a public meeting The councilmen started to leave the council chambers and a minute later entered the may ors office to meet in executive session N Hampton girl seriously hurt at races NEW HAMPTON Bonnia ou Bastian 16 daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Bastian of New pension fund and received in kickbacks a total of Sl7 mil ion The government charged the defendants set up the loan scheme to bail out Hoffas in tcrest in a housing project in The Globe its place was something that sounded like free enterprise Economist Viktor Trapcznikov suggested reforms that would base the Soviet economic system news more on the simple law of sup North Iowa news Sports news 10j Latest markets 12j The system under which fac Mason City news 1213 lories get production quotas Editorials Comics Clear Lake newj Transit timetable wrote Trapcznikov proposed that a new system of incentives should be introduced to encourage pro duction develop techniques and increase factory profits Along with economic stimula tion of standards of production and profits Trapcznikov also proposed economic sanctions for Ge neva His plan calls for Cyprus union with Greece and specia safeguards for the Turkish Gyp riot minority including a Turk sh military base on the island Tuomiojas illness omes as a particular blow because there Florida Hoffa denied all charges He contended he was only one of the 16 trustees of the pension fund The fund incidentally did not lose any money on the loans Hoffa could have received a iampton was in serious condi ion Monday with injuries re ceivecl in a stock car accident Miss Bastian was hurt when wheel flew off a car at the races in Nashua Saturday night and struck her as she stood near the track Immediately following the ac cident she was taken to Cedur Valley Hospital at Chadcs City From there she was rushed to St Marys Hospital at Roch ester Doctors at first thought Miss Bastian had a fractured skull but then diagnosed her injuries as a concussion were signs Greece and ISsaid In a Pravda article It is time to abandon the last week that Turkey might ac 14 should be dropped Trapcznikov jbad work such as fines for de layed deliveries which he said had worked effectively in capi talist countries Classified pages methods of manage cept a solution along the Ache son lines although there has been no approval from the Ma karios government The Kremlins stand is likely to make the Greek Cypriots even more intractable The So viet statement offered to begin aid talks immediately Report LBJ worth million NEW YORK tfLifc Maga zine Monday estimated the wealth of President Johnson and his family at million and at the same lime reported the Johnson family official trus tees evaluation of it as mil lion The magazine said Ihc million difference could be the spread between book value and market value of the hold ings and conceded that it used the latter standard The fortune rests on a Ihrcc real cslale ami grew largely from the pur chase of a radio station 21 years ago Life said two of ils slatf members had spent six months gathering figures concerning the finances of the nations first family The long report of their findings was accompanied by a financial statement from A Movirsund trustee of tire John son familys personal holdings under a trust irrevocable for the length of Johnsons presidency Moursund reported the Presi net worth as Mrs Johnsons million and their daughters Luci Baincs and Lynda Bird each Life gave this estimate of the Johnson familys worth There arc broadcasting in terests valued at million real estate worth conserva tively million assets held by specified accounting an other cash and mu nicipal bonds plus miscellaneous personal property valued at upward of The magazine noted lliat the Johnson family has grown notably wealthy during his 27 years in high public office But it pointed out This process of accumulation violated no tradilion in a repub lic which is founded upon the principles of free enterprise and which has never demanded of ils at fed eral stale or courthouse level they practice economic celibacy 6 more N Iowa areas to get aid DBS MOINES ion of six more norlhcast Iowa counties by the US Department of Agriculture drought cmcr ency areas was announced Monday by Gov Harold Hughes The counties are Allamakcc Clayton Chicknsnw Fayctlc and Winncsluck The declaration allows farm ers in these counties to harvest hay from soil hank feed grain and wheat diversion acres through Sept 30 Farmers mak ing such use of Ihc diverted land must forego payments un der Ihc farm programs ciunl to the value of the vegetation re moved JAMES HOFFA RAKES US JAKARTA Indonesia tf President Sukarno criticized the United Stales Monday for its support of Malaysia ils rctalia lory attack on Communist North Viet Nam ami its refusal to recognise Red China DATE1HJVM   

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