Mason City Globe Gazette, October 3, 1964

Mason City Globe Gazette

October 03, 1964

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1964, Mason City, Iowa T h e w s p o per t ho t mo k e oil N i tli V V life La t Edition MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOtf J Full VOL M4 No 2t3 Louisiana hurricane it ntity we your on i PHILADELPHIA Miss AP This rural area watched tensely Saturday to see who had been indicted in the case of the three murdered civil rights workers Two indictments were handed down Friday by the federal grand jury in Biloxi Pending arrests the indictments and the number of men mained secret involved re Presumably thecharges deal with civil rights violations Mur der is a state charge not feder al The 23member grand jury heard about 125 witnesses dur ing two weeks of secret ses sions The jurors included a Negro woman The indictments climaxed f the most intensive investigadrew Goodman 20 and Michae ions in FBI history President Schwefner 24 Johnson took a personal interest n the case After the jurys in Bi oxi the sealed papers were taken to Meridian near Phila warrants would be sworn under normal proce dure A Neshoba County grand jury that convened to consider the case adjourned last Wednesday without issuing any indictments The state grand jury which could return murder indict ments complained that the FBI had not cooperated both of New while investi gating the burning of a Negro church near this central Missis sippi town The dead were found Aug when an informer pinpointec the location Then the FB moved in with a tractor and dragline The bodies were dug out of a new watershed dam The victimsJames Chancy 21 a Negro from Meridian Miss and two white men An for Monday on WASHINGTON AP A showdown has been set forMon day 1 on whether the political payoff chargein the Bobhy Baker case will be aired in pub lic hearings before the Nov 3 election In response to Republican de mands Friday for prompt ques of key witnesses chair man B Everett Jordan DNC agreed to call a meetingofhis Big choice for voters in election Senate Rules Committee to let the members decide what they want to db John SKef man CooperR Ky said that at the secret sesby John sion Monday he will offer a an hour motion to have Baker Philadel phia contractor Matthew Mc Closkey and others called to testify probably next Thursday or Friday Cooper said he saw no reason I to put Off hearings on the charge by Sen John J Wil liams RDel that t McCloskey made a payoff on the District of Columbia Stadium project to Don B Reynolds a local insurance agent McCloskey finance chairman lof the Democratic National Committee at the time and later Ambassador to Ireland has said Settle on 3year pact for Deere MOLINE 111 AP A new contract described as very similar to those in the automobile industry has been agreed upon by the United Auto Workers and John Deere Co farm implement manufacturers The contract announced Fri day night affects 17300 worker in eight plants including four in the Moline and East Moline111 area and in Dubuque De Moines Ottumwa and Waterloo Iowa company spokesman sai the contract provides for tw more paid holidays and a wage Number of Boxcar ride not too bad LAFAYETTE La Wl Boxcars dont ride too bad after all especially if you are running to safety Albert Williams paused stretched his back and added All all spirits seemed high Everybody seemed to be somewhat jolly Williams a 36yearold cab inet maker from Baldwin was among some 4000 people from the Louisiana Cajun icartland who escaped the iigh water and vicious winds f hurricane Hilda Friday by High tides torrential rains and limbing aboard two Southern battered the Louisiana coastal scene of a mass Pacific special evacuating exodus unmatched in the history of this Deep South state More than 150000 persons fled to the safety of inland shelters At least three tornadoes peeled away from the advance fringes of the hiirf Mason City Community NEW ORLEANS UP Hildas hurricane winds smashed into the deserted Louisiana coast Saturday and the monster storm spun off tornadoes One twister left an undetermined number of dead at Larose the Coast Guard said Hilda pushed her 120 winds relentlessly toward heavily Orleans j Coast Guardheadquarters in New Orleans said one of its helicopters had picked up a number of bodies in the Larose area A Navy into Larose pronounced 12 persons dead boost of 25 per cent of base pay in Uie second year and the third Average wages paid by John Deere Co are n hour Meanwhile UAW negotiations on a similar contract with the Caterpillar Tractor Co in Pe 1 1 v WASHINGTON AP If you that he paid Reynolds the exact dont like Lyndon B Johnson or amount for which he was billed i Barry Goldwater how about E Uor the premium on the per Harold Munri Eric Hass or formance bond for the stadium Clifton Deberry contract Theyre running for president The rules committee provides too that three of the nine members Munn Hass and Deberry are constitute a quorum for the the presidential candidates of taking of testimony the Prohibition party the So At the hearings Friday and cialist Labor party and the SoThursday no more than three cialist Workers party re specmembers were present at any tivcly Each will be on the Nov And only two Jordan and 3 ballot in at least eight states Cooper were on hand much of t x the time permissible under Munn head of the rules oncY a quorum ment of Education at Hillsdale Mich College is joined on the been established prohibition ticket by MarkR1 Shaw of Massachusetts The oria 111 continued The con tract scheduled to expire at midnight Wednesday along with the Deere contract was extend ed to at least midnight Monday An agreement with tional Harvester Co another major farm implement firm was reached Wednesday night Production had been halted early Friday at the Deere plant in East Moline pending the set tlement An unauthorized walk out Thursday by UAW workers closed Deere plants in Moline and Dubuque trains 96 boxcars in all The trains started picking people up at Morgan City arid added evacuees as needed at each point on he line oh the 75 mile route northwestward to Lafayette Up to 50 refugees climbed aboard each boxcar Once trained they stood up sVt down slept on blankets arid nibbled on foodstuffs fetched out ofpaper sacks Reaching Lafayette at 630 pm the St Mary Parish res idents were carried by school bus Army truck and donated commercial vehicle to 18 pub lic schools and several com munity centers in Lafayette to sit but Hilda Civil De f e n s e personnel maintained commUnicati o n s and provided transportation The Red Cross served too t potentii Hilda victims Williams a single man w a s assigned lodging at Community Cen ricane striking at Golden Meadow Galliano and Rose WASHINGTON AP The 88th Congress which remembered for an tax cut and the most sweeping civil rights law in US r history awaited Saturday thegavel tap putting itout of business At the end the legislators were tied up on secondaryand special legislative items after be two long sessions which had kept them in almost continuous session since January 1963 Congress decided not to ter with 1500 other evacuees The center is the size of a regular basketball gymnasi Before giving tip for ttte night urm plenty of blankets were oh these j disputes Congress on hand At least nine persons were reported injured at LaRose aI Laf che Parish community some 40 miles southwest of Orleans Galliano and Golden Meadow are in the same general vicini ty I The Associated Press learned that 14 men rode but Hildas punishing winds on a floating offshore drilling rig in the Gulf some 100 miles south of Morgan City Friday night They reported winds ef It5 ntpih at7 pm and since then there was no voice radio contact I with the Ocean Driller million rig built witha drilling derrick in the center ofits V sbapedhull Officials of Ocean Drilling and Exploration Co owners of the rig declinedto comment on the report plane found Located off Spanish coast j MADRID SpaV APyH Spanish cleared away Friday some Williams said news of the blocks r in the adjournment road evacuation train was broad The proposal for health care cast periodically during the wreckage of a French airliner had the sea off Spains south coast issued a new statement an hour later saying the r planeswreck age had been found on an 8200 foot peak in theSierra Nevada Mountains It said the wreckage was adjourn Friday mght these of the aged under Social Securimorning and that sheriffs were the items still to be distywas put over vat least until officers andpolice also made posed of next year taking with it a prohouse to house j checks to Nixon for support 1 A for public schools in the of Columbia under the program1 to aid school districts burdened with children of federal em ployes The Senate favored it he House did not At Golden Meadow power lines were knocked down and heavily damaged At least six homes as well as a deserted funeral parlor were devastated at Galiano Normally gay New Orleans somber air posed increase in the monthly spread theinformation Normally 15million to Social Security Water was rising in the quickly took on a bayous when the train left I as Hilda slowly Baldwin at p mWil as ward the city New Orleans has Inside The Globe MASON CITY Foundry to double manpower Page 11 North Iowa news Newman Surveyor Church news 4 Mason City news 41 WATERLOO AP Former Vice President Richard Nixon cheduled breakfast meetings lere Saturday to top off a 24 hour visit into Iowa with the aim of marshalling votes tha carried the state for the Repub icans four years ago woodshed something and Lr f lt i Williams protested in the Senate that the committees i 11 Democratic majority was act MajSi srof sma11 bwi Iowa Kansas tnp Montana New Mexico and IQ pal North Carolina before they get there Hass is making his fourth straight bid for the presidency on the Socialist Labor ticket His running mate is Henning A Blomen of Massachusetts So far it is listed in Arizona Colorado Delaware Indiana Iowa Massachusetts Minneso ta where its the Industrial Government New Jer sey New Mexico New York Pennsylvania and Virginia Deberry a native of Holly Springs Miss now living in New York and his running mate Edward Shaw of New York are listed on the ballot in Colorado Iowa Minnesota Montana New Jersey New York North Dakota and Pennsylvania where they known as the Militant Workers Segregationist John Kasper of Tennessee and J B Stoner ol Georgia are the presidential and vice presidential candidates of the National States Rights par ty on the ballot in Arkansas and Montana The Constitution party is list ed in Texas New Mexico and Washington with Joseph B Latest markets 7 Society news Sports news Comics 1 Editorials1 Clear Lake news V Classified pages 141 Transit timetable1 across plenty of time to reapportion 1 2 A bill to on the popula pensions and in its most laid down by the versial sectipn to open the1 GI Supreme Coiirt An accompany insurance program for former ing foreign aid ap servicemen not enrolled in it Ipropriation bill was approved The House objected to the insur ance feature A compromise of a controversial liams said We were glad to caught below sea level between would have urged see the train show up Some the Mississippi River and to rive states people were getting anxious Pontchartrain feared flooding v I I nn nrinrlc After agonizing over H up was reported worked out Friday until the last minute the House f i L 11 J I Iowa may get million for education more than Hildas super winds Red and black hurricane flags went up fromthe mouth of the sighted bya Super Constella tion There was nomentionof survivorsamong the 80 aboard The ministry no expta nation for report The appareritlyjicrashed intdv the i Awhile fly ing the southern ed ge q t Spain from Mallorca to Tangier ina Paris tpAfrica passenger flight The air note said note on the finding of the re mains of the Mississippi River eastward to I Mobile Bay as Hilda ap proached land At the same time the hurricane watch along the Texas coast was called off The Gulf Coastal area from am it yas i is Su port Des Mbiries and Cedar Rapids before stopping over night in Waterlooway to sell Barry Goldwater to Republican for submission to the not enactPresident John sons program for WASHINGTON AP Iowa extend cconomic aid to the will be eligible to obtain about Appalachian area million in an allocation of ouotas that a llnal effort to make funds announced Friday by the will for prelimiOffice of Education Congressj houses 3 to 10 wUl voters who pollsters say leave the fold Nixon planned to fly out around 9 am for Minneapolis on the next leg of his 36state Business news 1 trip HILDA Continued on Page 2 er Constellation lad located wreckage1 of plane at a point 3 degreesx5 minutes west w h sponds to the Mulhacenj Nevada abbufe 15kilpmeters miles north of tiie i yiilagerof Ugijar at an altitude meters 8200 several efforts in this direction KSw ss5u as bers insist no extension is nec essary members from sugar producing searching might be minute areas were for a formula adopted at the still that last n are priation for various federal agencies including those cernedwith the new antipoverty program was approved with only the District of Columbia item remaining in dispute House Speaker John W Mc DMass said that any one of a number of bills Congress passed would make it a historic Congress Gross asks was notified allocations to the various states w i 11 total million to help schools of higher education construct or improve their facilities Under the act the government contributes 40 per cent of the cost of construction at public community colleges and techni cal 33V6 per cent for costs at othlt institution si Pleads guilty to embezzlement Halt spy trial security reasons I i NEW YORK Jus tice Department in the inter est of national security has abruptly ended the spy trial of a mysterious Russian couple jpresumably to protect US secrets The dramatic development Icame Friday in the fifth day of MOUNT PLEASANT AP thetrial in US District Court pionage activities of the Uls government would be hindered Sources said that continuation of the trial carried the risk of involving additional witnesses whose planned in advance by the gov ernment l One knowledgeable govern against Post Rep H R Gross RIowa says he wants Office Lightburn of West Virginia for president and Theodore C Vil lings of Colorado for vice presi dent WILDLIFE COVER AREA Jack Meggers state conservation officer for Cerro Gordo County and Max Christensen look over a wildlife habitat area on the Christensen farm south of Ven tura The four acre tract was planted three years ago with the cooperation of the State Conservation Commission In addition to helping prevent soil ero sion the area now harbors many pheasants and much small game See story on Page 2 to know what the Post Department has done about a million claim filed in 1958 against the Curtis Publish ing Co which publishes the Saturday Evening Post Gross told the House Friday the claim for violation of posta regulations was filed by forme Postmaster General Arthu Summerfield He said the onl thing he could learn from pres ent Postmaster General John A Gronouski was that Gronouski disavowed knowledge of it con tending it was not pending when the Kennedy administration took office in 1961 ment source when asked it had goofed cbnced rthurRommel 50 former city in Brooklyn The jury had just reasurer at Mount Pleasant been completed US Atty John you might saythat was frsc on bond Saturday P Hoey was about to make his IFederal JudgeJohn F Dool waiting sentence on a chargejopening statement jng anj the courtappointed f embezzling Rommel pleaded guilty Fri day before District Court Judge E 0 Newell The judge post poned sentence pending a final audit of accounts in the Pleasant Bank Trust Co where Rommel was employed stunned for the defendants praised the governments fei that the indictments sion to its AtexaJdre 40 the requirement that a The courtroom was defendant be confrontedby Thc courtroom leveUng charges against as cashier SAME Sokolov and his wife had time only for a quick embrace and a I can tjt As they left the courtroom majesty the immigration otticials seizeddains lo deviate from them They now face deportaprincipie in order lo hon proceedings particular objective he said Sources in Washington said the dismissal had no connection with diplomatic pressure orl foreign relations Although the Justice Depart ment had no comment on the development it was felt in high Center government circles that had the tn NM 4N with trial continued future counteres 21 M mHM MI Weather outlook 41 V ;

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