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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The tiewTMMr tfcot mokes oil North lowons neighbors F MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SfPTEMftER 2S 1H4 Photo by Elwm Muster Forest City finruins In just 90 minutes the factory and warehouseof Winnebago Industries in was devoured flames Thursday morh ing Fed by the plywood used in making trailer bod ies and the paint and other materials used in finishing them the fire spread over fire walls as it reached the roof timbers In the fore ground are the charred frames of some of the more than 25 trailers which were production line when fire broke out in the north west part of the building A dozen finished trailers outside the building were pulled to safety by volun teers Equipment valued at more than had re cently been was a part of the loss n the fire John K Han son president of the com pany said the most serious situation will be the time lost by employes until a new location and assembly line can be established Douglas Eddy president of the Forest City Develop ment Company plans to rush plans fora new buildingon the industrial isite in Forest City It will i be used to reV place the factory LV billion package i a aid bill gets ins at Crucifixion not fault of Jews AVASHINGTON Senate passed Friday the billion dollar new hope plan for the Appalachian Mountain region the last of President Johnsons major antipoverty programs Thevote wzis 45 ta 13 Much of the air program to upgrade the economic of the 165000square mile area of 11 states is a fiveyear million high way construction program A total of million also is authorized fortwo years for a variety of services and im prpyements such as Hospitals clinics restoration of worked out mine areas sewage treat ment facilities expanded voca tional education and expansion of numerous existing federal programs A controversial million pasture improvement program was eliminated by the Senate two weeks ago when westerners Could idle 260 VATICAN CITY AP One of the closest collaborators of Pope Paul VI told the Vatican Ecumenical Council Friday the Jewish people aloue could not be held responsible for the Cru cifixion of Christ Augustin Cardinal Bea pre senting a revised declaration on Roman Catholic Jews and other relations with nonChristians said the assembly could not put aside the matter despite the tremendous controversy it has created protested it subsidized livestock operations Basilica echoed as the 83year plan to bring hope to the area The nomic 153 million compensate new eco where people live will in some degree St Peters with applause old German Jesuit defended the declaration Cardinal Bea president of the Vaticans secretariat for promot ing Christian unity took the floor after the council debated another controversial document a draft declaration on religious liberty Once again conservative and progressive prelates clashed on the issue of religious liberty with progressive arguing for the declaration and conserva tives denouncing it The declaration on the Jews and the one on religious liberty are part of a council schema on for the years of neglect of this troubled area Sen Jennings Randolph DWVa has said The network of 2500 miles of highways plus 500 miles of ac cess roads is designed to open up the isolated rugged moun tain been largely blamed for It region is this isolation that has the Christian unity prepared by Cardinal Beas secretariat The declaration on Jews was introduced last year when it specifically said that all man kind and not the Jews alone were responsible for the Cruci fixion In the ninemonth recess between the councils second session and the current third one the document was revised drastically areas long historyof poverty An Appalachia Regional De velopment Commission is set up to direct the program The states will put up million in matching highway funds and participate in desig nating programs to be carried out by the commission Backers of the bill have claimed reshaping the econom ic life of Appalachia will bene fit the whole nation Testimony Photofax US SOLDIER DECORATED Sp4 Hans W Puhl right a US military policeman from East Weymouth Mass is awarded the U S Army Com mendation Medal at U S Headquarters in Berlin by Maj Gen John F Franklin Jr American Army com mandant in Berlin It is an interim award granted by the US commander pending approval of the Depart ment of the Army for the Soldiers Medal Puhl was honored for helping an East German refugee reach freedom over the Berlin wall Sept 13 No council document created as much controversy Specificl mention of the Crucifixion was dropped Some Jewish and Ro man Catholic circles asked that it be restored These circles also objected to the addition of an expression of hope that Jews eventually might enter the Catholic Church Cardinal Bea defended the re vised text Friday without going into detail He spoke generally on the declaration and the broad objectives of its authors Council spokesmen wh briefed newsmen on the closet proceedings quoted him as say ing the text contains the Cath olic hope in finding union of Jews with Christians FIRST LADY TO NY NEW YORK Lyndon B Johnson made a quick and quiet trip to New York Cit Wednesday to shop in committee hearings en visioned a total outlay of billion over the fiveyear life set for the program The Appalachia area includes all of West Virginia plus parts of Alabama Georgia Kentucky Maryland North Carolina Ohio Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee and Virginia On the inside Quints get baby sister Editorials Clear Lake news Mason City news Latest markets 7 Sports news 1li Television news Society news ABERDEEN SD AP A bouncing baby girl of 10 pounds plus was born Thursday night to Mrs Andrew Fischer 31 who gave birth to quintuplets a little more than a year ago The baby who weighed 1C pounds 7 ounces and measured 2lVz inches and the mother 5 were doing well at St Lukes 7Hospital a spokesman reported The sandyhaired mother of 11 children lapsed into sleep short iini North Iowa news North Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness showers and ever 31 per cent of area Fri day nifht and Saturday 14 Quints doctor in the hospital warmer Friday lews in the Ses north west Saturday MINNEAPOLIS Minn Dr James N Berbos who dcliverec he Fischer quintuplets of Aber deen SD Sept 14 1963 is patient at University of Minne sola Hospitals He entered the hospital lai Sunday after complaining chest pains He is being liven thorough checkup and no repoi on his ailment has been mad after the birth and there was o immediate comment from er Andy Fischer 3V was at the ospital and took the news in ood stride except for one She notified ling He said he and his wife little town ilary Ann had been hoping for boy since the lads were out umbered two to eight This reaction was relayed by lister Richard and the shy ather secluded himself for the night announcing he was not available to reporters Dr James Hovland delivered he latest child and was assisted y two doctors who had attend ed Dr James Berbos when Berbos was in charge of the quints delivery Sept 14 1963 The quintuplets weighed from to 4 pounds and were kept in isolettes for days with careful check on temperature and humidity They were led QUINTS Continued on Page 3 are covered with fleas PARIS AP Three French schoolchildren kidnaped last Monday were found safe Friday nearBordeaux Interior Minis ter Roger Frey mobilized more than 100000 police to hunt the kidnapers Frontier posts vere put on double alert and police barriers were set up to check all vehi cles A watch was put on air sorts The children were found by the side of a road in southwes France They told police young man and a young woman called Nicole had let them out of a light blue car The three Joel Biet and Pa trick Guillon both 5 andPa tricks sister Christine 6 wer pronounced in excellent health They had not been mistreated but medical officials said they were covered with fleas they picked up while staying with the kidnapers There was no indication whether a ransom de mand had been paid Two letters Thursday presu mably from the kidnapers threatened the lives of the chil dren unless merchants of the city of Poitiers paid the ransom y 12 pm Central Standard Time Friday Poitiers is the nearest city to the village o Marnay where the children live The youngsters were found shortly after daylight by a young woman who recognized to agree on J v lations Broken off 1 IMPROVING HIS EXTERIOR Secretary of theInterior Stewart Udall takes time out from a busy schedule for a haircut and bottle of pop in Charles City Thursday Handling the clippers on TJdalls crewcut is Glenn Nelson In Charles City Udall in sharp attack on Goldwater Gross DETROIT United Auto Workers union struckGen eral Motors CorpV Fridaywhen company and UAW bargainers failed to reach agree mentiona new contract by a unionim posed 5 UAW workerswalked off at GM plants acrossthe na ioErat 9 am word of l settieroeni was ceivedJ r ThVnationwide after 24hour last ditch nego tiation Negotiations were broken1 off and no further sessions sched uled The union previously nego tiated threeVear pactsat Chrys ler Corp and Ford Motor Co final agreement coming only155 minutes ahead of each x v nonunion wewero1 pjloton out of 1965 model productionbut announced its plants which build and sell parts to Chrysler and Ford would not be struck5 iv Disclosure that the strike was official didntcome until after workers already had started walking out at Cleveland Fraimngham Mass and else where v i UAW President Walter P Reuther announced jam thatll was with a great sense of sadness and that he announced failure reach agreement with Gen eral Motors them from police descriptions gendarmes at the of CarbonBlanc about 15 miles from Bordeaux The police took rhe children to Bordeaux The tots told them they had not been mistreated and had slept in beds They KIDNAP Continued on Page By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa Director CHARLES CITY There is a logical reason why early polls indicate President Johnson has the support of seven out of every 10 Americans according to Sec retary of the Interior Stewart Udall People know President John PATRICK CHRISTINE ons program and can see what is administration has accom lished Udall told a crowd of bout 300 which attended a bar jecue in his honor here Thurs ay night Under President Johnsons lirection the Secretary con inued the present Congress has been the most productive n years He pointed particu arly to legislation passed in the iclds of education conservation peace civil rights and economy On the other hand Udal said Barry Goldwater is ou of step with the main stream o American thinking In fact h is out of step with his own party Goldwatcr doesnt under stand the history of this country He doesnt understand what happening in this country or i was accompanied to televised news conference Leonard Woodock UAW1 he world Goldwater is wrong I president and chief of its n every channel department Udall predicted a silent Re The UAW estimated its xiblican vote in GML his will come about he nued when soundthinking Republicans will not be able mng themselves to vote jroldwater Udall also threw some barbs at Congressman H R Gross of Waterloo As long as Gross is in Con gress the Secretary predicted you people along the Cedar River never will get a flood control project Gross he pointed out has been against such projects in other parts oi the country and his fellow con gressmen will not forget that UDALL Continued en 2 4 Noneconomic demands of 0M brought al strike GM had offered to match the economic package   

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