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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1964, Mason City, Iowa The ntwspoper that makes ail North Iowans neighbors Edition VOL M4 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBtR 2 1944 UUe t Paper Couliti i Two Auociatcd Prcu Pull ttt action halted yiw i Al PlWtoflX CHANGE ROLES Berkeley policeman Phil Mowrer is draggeddown steps pf Sproul Hall by University of Californiastudents during derhonstra tion against the universitys restrictions on campus political activity Police attempted to remove stu dents demonstrating in the corridors of Sproul the Universitys administration building It was 17 officers against several hundred students The offi cers lost 50000 f fee from hurricane Try to escape On purchases 10 liquor discount begins Oct 19 Nixon We ca n afford 4 more years under LBJ s winds NEW ORLEANS W Hurri cane Hilda hurled her scream ing 150 mileanhour winds to ward the deserted marshlands of the Louisiana gulf coast Frir day as well over 50000 people scurried inland to safety Fatigueclad National Guards men rushed in to aid in the mass evacuation as ihe seasons most powerful hurricane began a slow and ominous turn toward theCentral Louisiana coast Although Hildas center was still morethan 200miles off DES MOINES AP The Iowa Liquor Control Commisv sion Friday announced that it will grant discounts on bulk liquor purchases beginningOct 19 Commission Chairman Homer Adcock said a 10 per cent dis count will be allowed OB pur chases totaling or more Asked what effect this would have on liquor revenue he re plied I have no idea The discount will be allowed to all purchasers vhether or not they hold liquor licenses Adcock said the commission will recommend that the 1965 legislature change the law so that discounts may be granted to licensees only However there are some re strictions in the newly an nounced discount policy No discount will be allowed on pints of liquor regardless of Ihe total cost No discount will be allowed on LIQUOR Continued on 2 DAVENPORT Former Vice President Richard M Nix on said Friday there has been a wrong impression on the chances of war in case of a Re publican victory in the Novem ber general election I believe bungling of Demo crats on foreign policy will make the question of our affairs abroad the main issue of the current presidential campaign he added at an airport news conference We cannot afford four more years under Democratic Presi dent Johnson in handling for eign affairs Nixon unsuccessful Repubii can candidate for president four years ago flew to Davenport on the second day of a 36day tour in which he will make 150 speeches in behalf of Republican party candidates He was to make theprincipal address at a testimonial lunch eon for Congressmen Fred Schwengel of Davenport who is seeking reelection Nixon later Friday was to fly to Des Moines and Cedar Rapids Iowa I believe Oct 1 marked the turning point in the campaign for the Republican party he told newsmen Up to now the Republicans have been on the defensive Boy hit by car dies at n shorein theGulf of Mexico heavy rains and squalls were buffeting the coastal regions hy latemorning There have been 50000 evac uated already saidFrank G Spiess acting state civil de fense director There will be more if this thing keeps coming this way Rising tides were forecast all along the Louisiana coast with Cameron where Hurricane Audrey killed more than 500 in 1957 reporting a 35foot swell Hilda first Gulf hurricane this year crept forward at 7 mph The northward turn had been predicted by forecasters billion foreign aid bill to LBJ Ufi The Sen ate sent to the White House Fri day a compromise billion foreign aid authorization bill over stormy protests of some of its members Thevote was 35 to 15 SenWayne Morse DOre called the compromise passed earlier by theHouse the most unacceptable conference report to come beforethe Senate in my 20 years in this body He forceda roll call vote on its adoption Sen Jacob K Javits RNY said he thought it shameful and most unfortunate that Senate H conferees agreed to drop an amendment expressing con Cisco 14 Pharr Tex was killed when struck by a car on aThompson street late Thursday The son of farm workers the boy was returning fronv school His parents were working on a potato farm near Thompson A car driven by Mrs Ethel Holland 67 came up in back of the boy She said she blew her horn but her car struck the boy Mrs Holland has been charged with failure to have her car under control while preaching a pedestrian The Gasco family is taking Henceforth there will bean allout fight of the Republican party which will battle on three issues Foreign policy the farm situation and integrity in Wash ington government He said Wt have the Dem ocrats spending billion on farm programs that have not produced results There are 18 000 more employes in the Agrir culture Department who are asking for more and more con trols Farm parity last year was at an alltime I believe a change of faces in Washington in the next year will produce improvements for the farmer in a program which I advocated in I9601 believe we can restore to the farmer Bobby junior The latest advisory said Hil eye the calm center out howling winds at 150 mph would continue movintf northnorth westward duringihe next few hours and then Id a more northerly coursers indicated j Hurricanewarning iflags were hoisted along all of the Louisi ana coast west of the mouth of the Mississippi River The Coast Guard said it had sketchy reports from a ship 348 mpes southwest of the Picture on Page 2 gressional condemnation of per secution of Jews in the Soviet Union the body burial back to Texas for President to arrive in Iowa 9 amOct 7 DES MOINES AP Presi dent Lyndon B Johnson will arrive in Des Moines at 9 am Wednesday for a political lists his dad as unemployed NEW YORK AP Robert F Kennedy Jr 10 son of the Democratic candidate for the US Senate filled out a form for the start of school this week and gave his fathers occupation as unemployed The teacher said that didnt look too good and I agree said the father who resigned as US attorney general to run for the office So my son wrote in looking for higher political office the Louisiana Coast or some where near Hildas eye but declined to say if the vessel was in distress Hilda has the potential to produce tides of 12 to 15 feet near and just east of the center asit crosses the coast but the storm is too far from the coast to make detailed wind and tide forecasts at the present time the Weather Bureau said At Beaumont Tex Sheriff R E Culbertson said 400 persons would be evacuated from Sabine Pass starting at 7 am to pre vent flood tides from cutting off roads to the interior Culberlson sent his deputies and civil defense workers from door to door during the night advising Sabine Pass residents to be ready to move at day break to evacuation centers in Sen J1 WFulbright DArk chairman of the Senate C o n ferees saidsubstitute language simply expressing condemna tion and repugnance ofany re ligious of people of all faiths without singling out Russia was agreed to He said the House conferees opposed putting the issue on the foreign aid bill Completion of congressional action on the authorization bill cleared the way for expected House approval of a bil ion appropriations bill provid ing the actual money for for eign aid spending which the Senate passed Thursday A controversial rider about re apportionmenl tacked to the bill in the Senate after weeks of debate was stripped out by the conference committee Both Senate and House ac Staley calls it recess Hog prices are unchanged DBS MOINES Iowa AP The National Farmers Organi zation which had been striving for 43 days to halt the market ing of livestockin a drive for higher prices ended its holding action Thursday night V But Oren Lee Staley of Rea Mo the NFO president said that it was only a recess in the controversial farm groups ef fort to gain bargaining power on prices with meat processors The boycott which started Aug 2C was the longest in a series of suchmoves Effective in 23 states on cattle hogsland sheep it was marked by violent incidents in the Two NFO men were killed when a cattle truck hit themat a load ing station in Wisconsin Except for a flurry of mixed receipts during the early days of thci boycott the major termi nal livestock markets reported little effect on receipts or prices But Staley charged Report ed receipts figures tabulated by processors and marketing inter ests during the holding action have beenridiculous Each holding action has ONELANE BRIDGE Oklahoma patrolmen look in to the wreckage of two cars which collided Mrs Maria Vance 121 diedin the crash Three others headon on a onelane bridge on a straight but little were hospitalized of injuries 5 been much than the he imbre farmer No one would say how much Dock workers are ordered back to work NEW YORK AP The lnj The move complied with a ternational Longshoremens court restraining order sociation AFLCIO1 ordered its 60000 striking dockworkers to return to work at Atlantic and Gulf Coast ports at 7 pm Fri day New York time cepted this action in passage of the bill speech Democratic state head quarters said Friday The President will be in thci capital city about two hoursJ leaving around 11 am for Springfield Hi A motorcade will take the President from the airport down to Flcur Drive to Locust Street and then to the Capitol where he will speak from the west steps It will be the first visit of a president to DCS Moines since President Dwight D Eisenhow er in 1956 Mrs Goldwater to visit Iowa DES MOINES AP Mrs Peggy Goldwater wife of the Republican nominee for prcsi dent will be in Sioux City Storm Lake and Des Moines Oct 15 North hwa Weather outlook and ceMel Friday night arewnd 41 Fair and Httle warmer Satvrday highs around 71 Weather Details on J father said Thursday Bulletin 32 INJURED BELFAST Northern Ireland Pi Thirtytwo persons were injured Thursday night in a street battle between police and Irish nationalists after officers removed Ihe Irish Republics flag from a building Thursday night halting the strike for 10 days in the national ntercst Before the meeting of union officials to set in motion the machinery for obeying US Dist Judge Frederick vanPelt Bryans order ILA President ThomasW Gleason said We all went out together and well all go back together The judge acted on a declara tion of national emergency by President Johnson The order was signed after the customary 3 pm shaping the dock gangs or the following days work Union officials said this hiring practice was the reason for the delay in bringing the piers back to life pickets showed up at New York docks Friday morn ingsaying they had not receiv ed orders from their union shop stewards to pull down picket lines A little later the union noti fied all ports to withdraw pick ets and stand by for returnto work instructions There were indications that waterfront activity would not fully return to normal sending to market and what the impact on prices will be The or ganizatipn does not disclose its membership Staley members not to dump their supplies At Chi cago Thursday cattle and hog prices were about the same as before Aug 20 and were around a hundredweight under mini mums the NFO Staley advised members not to sell anything until the market price has been established on the day they plan to sell Keep production away from the terminal markets where receipts figures are given all the publicity and will be used to depress prices he said The NFO disclaimed responsU bility for much of the violence SAME Continued on 2 FOCUS on North Iowa schools at Beaumont Nederland and Port Arthur At in the south west corner of Louisiana most residents were gone long before Sheriff 0 B Carter or dered complete Come hell or high water never be another Audrey said 64 a Cameron NEW YORK The fed era government Friday un expectedly dropped its spy case against a Russian couple in the interest of national se curity U S Arty Joseph P Hoey moved for dismissal the conspiracy indictment against Alexandre Sokolov and his wife shortly a jury of 11 men and one woman had been selected to try the cou ple in Brooklyn federal court There were vno details Inside The Globe Clear Lake news Editorials Mason City news 4 L a test markets Society news I Sperti Television news 11 Cemics Transit timetable Classified pases 14 Nerth Iowa news here will Hurricane corge Duris armer New project to delight hunters Duris was one of thousands of lamcron parish folks trapped by the high waters pushed ashore by Hurricane Audrey in he early hours of June 27 1957 Duris survived but many of his friends and neighbors were among the 500 that perished All vou have to do now is mention the word hurricane and these people start packing up Duris said in thesafety of a Lake Charles hotel lobby 30 miles north of Cameron Woman leaps to death Hits kills American PARIS Authorities re ported that a woman jumped from Ihe Notre Dame Cathedra Friday and struck an American tourist passing by Both were fatally injured they said Police identified the Ameri can as Miss Veronica Mac Con noil 21 from Pennsylvania No further address was given By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director second stage of North Iowas most ambitious conservation project is under to the delight of the areas hunters Wilfrid Macheak state conser vation officer for Worth and Winnebago Counties announced his week that work has been Mason City The contract is forl The water from the structure ow under construction will ack up to a county road which reates part of the control struc jtarted on the second water control structure on the Elk reek Marsh game reservation ocatcd just off Highway 105 be ween Lake Mills and North wood When completed the ENc Creek project will have three such water control structures serving one of the largest game reservation areas in the slate The first structure was com pleted two years ago and the third structure will be startec as soon as funds become avail able The second structure now un der constructionis located seven miles east and a mile south o Lake Mills When completed the structure will impound water over nearly 230 acres The wa ter which will have a maximum depth of eight feet will be backed up nearly two miles wes of the structure Handling the construction o the includes a 600foot long earthen the Combs Construction Co lure for the first phase of the marsh completed in 1962 This first pool contains about 200 acres of water and is about 1A miles long The water control structure for that pool cost nearly The third phase of the project calls for another water control structure to be built 5A miles east of the second structure This third structure will be three or four times as big as the other two structures and will impound about twice as much water Macheak points out When completed the Elk Creek Marsh project will be miles long It will include about 1000 acres of water in the three ponds and another 800 to 1000 CONSERVATION AREA Wilfrid Macheak state conservation officer for Worth and Winnebago counties points acrosa one of the ponds at the Elk Creek Marsh game reservation near Joice This par ticular pond is one of three scheduled for the area It covers about 200 acres and ia mites long acres of surrounding land Total cost of the project including the purchase of land will approach Macheak estimates Seventyfive per cent of cost of the project is paid for from funds derived from the Pittman Robertson Federal Program Money for thispro gram comes from the excise tax on arms and ammunition The remaining 25 per cent of thecost is paid by the State Conservation Commission from the Iowa bunting and fishing license sales No general taxes are used on the project Since most of the funds for the project come directly from hunters the reservation is be ing developed with them in mindThe only one of the three pools which will be stocked with fish will be the third pool Only boats without motors are allowed on the poolv Macheak points out Except for the watercontrol structures the area will not be developed Macheak continues There will be m picnic tabletor fireplaces and no lodges or oth er structures will be permitted The area is to be left ptetely ia its natural state MtH ha 1 WW1 primarily for FOCUS i
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