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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Th that makes all North I o wans neighbors Home Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14 1U4 10c a Piper ConslsU of Two AiiocJaUd roll 23f LEAVE SHELTER Israeli mothers Tarry children out of underground shelters at Kibbuz Dan near the Syrian border in northern Galilee after ceasefire Friday in border clash between Syrian and Israeli forces Each side blamed the other for the in cident which involved Syrian ground troops and Is raeli ground and air forces Israelis claimed homes of these families were hit by Syrian mortar and rifle fire Syria protests Israeli action TEL AVIV Israel AP Syria has lodged an urgent com plaint with the United Nations after Israeli jets battered Arab outposts in the heaviest border fight between the two nations in recent years MacArthur is still attacked by Truman NEW YORK AP Former President Harry S Truman has renewed his conflict with the Jate Gen Douglas MacArthur who he says thought he was greater than the President of the United States Truman dismissed MacArthur as Far East commander in 1951 during the Korean War after accusing him of insubordina tion In a taped interview shown over some 50 television stations Friday night Truman fired off some sharply critical comments about the general who died in April at the age of 84 The 80 year old Truman called MacArthur an egotist contending that tfie generals occupation rule in Japan after the war brought it out seemed to have the no tion that without him the whole country would collapse Tru man said He related the disagreements he had with MacArthur over tactics in Korea and said he came close to firing him on two occasions North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy and cooler wHh rain snow likely Saturday nifM Cooler Sunday DotalltonPatoI I Each side blamed the other for starting the 100minute clash Friday along the frontier 25 miles north of the Sea of Gali lee UN observers who super vise a shaky ceasefire in the area began an investigation of the battle An Israeli army spokesman said 3 Israelis were killed and 11 others injured 5 seriously A Syrian army communique issued in Damascus the capital of Syria said its side suffered 7 dead and 26 injured The Israeli spokesman charged that Syria started the fight with an attack on an Isra eli patrol He said the jets went into action with napalm jellied petroleum and gunfire after the Syrians heavily damaged collective settlements at Dan and Shaar Hyishuv The Syrian communique said Israeli artillery shelled two unarmed Arab villages at Kama and Azyziat in the demilitarized zone It said Syrian forces struck back against five Israeli border settlements and military positions Syria protested to the UN Security Council in New York where Ambassador Rafik Asha accused Israel of launching the aerial attack to poison the at mosphere of the forthcoming UN General Assembly ses sion It also complained to the UN Truce Observation Com mission in Jerusalem The Israeli spokesman charged that Israeli jet fighters finally smashed the Syrian positions after the Syrians ig nored a call by the UN truce team for a ceasefire The spokesman said the Syri in barrage against the settle ments spread from one to five positions He said the Syrians used machine gun fire motar shells and World War II Ger man tanks Tension had teen building up the 50mile border scene of a number of recent clashes Reject U N pay plan Christian unity schema gets approval VATICAN CITY AP With an overwhelming 1870 to 82 vote the Vatican Ecumenical Council approved Saturday its Christian unity schema clear ing the way for its proclamation as a full church decree by Pope Paul VI It pioneers a new path for Roman Catholic relations with other Christians The schema is the first to be completed in this third council session Council fathers in St Peters Basilica approved minor textual adjustments in the third and final chapter of the schema De Ecumenismo on ecumenism with the vote It is likely the Pope will pro mulgate it as a decree before the council recesses a week from Saturday Only two other schemas have been completed in previous ses sions of the council which be gan in October 1962 During the next six days be fore recess the schema will have to be printed into official booklets for a formality vole and promulgation by Pope Paul VI and the full council as a sol emn decree The schema sets forth Iho framework or a range of offi cial Roman Catholic participa lion at various levels in the search within Christianity for eventual unity It provides for future Catholic participation in common prayer with nonCatholic Christians and in special cases intercom munion with the Orthodox churches The first chapter outlines principles of ecumenism stress ing charity and patience in all intcrfaith dialogue among Christians The second chapter suggests ways to put ecumenism into practice such as common projects in which Christians have like views and traditions The third chapter goes into Ro man Catholic relations with the Protestant Anglican and Ortho dox churches The Vaticans secretariat for promoting Christian unity created four years ago by Pope John XXIII and headed by Ger man Jesuit Cardinal Augustin Bca guided the drafting of the schema The secretariat also prepared two separate declarations on religious liberty and on Catholic relations with Jews They were debated in September There was extensive support in the council for making them strong in declaring mans free dom of conscience in religious beliefs and in clearing Jews from any hint of special guilt in the Crucifixion Voting on the declarations for the first lime is expected next week but promulgation as de crees is not seen possible until the fourth session to be held in 1965 or 1966 Ford layoff may come next week Labor trouble is still brewing DETROIT Mich AP The Ford Motor Cos 160000 hourly workers Saturday faced the pos sibility of a total layoff some irrie next week over labor rouble still brewing nearly two months after agreement on a national contract However hope persisted that this might be avoided Ford blaming parts shortages from United Auto Workers lo cal strikes at eight factories laid off 33500 men Friday in plants around the country This brought the total idle to 57600 including the 24100 on strike Ford has said its entire 0plant system may become idle by next week Ford and the union agreed on a national contract Sept 18 It does not become effective how ever until supplementing local evcl agreements are reached at all the plants There was no apparent change in the companyunion standoff since Ford agreed Fri day to meet with the UAWs national Ford bargaining com mittee The meeting is set for next Thursday But both Ford and the UAW expressed hope the meeting might not be necessary We see no reason why the current ill advised strikes should be continued that long said Ford Vice President Mal colm Denise Ken Bannon director of the UAWs Ford department said ie hoped all issues could be solved before Thursday Bannon said a purpose of the meeting would be a union intent to find out why all local is sues were not settled if the dis putes were still unsolved by Thursday The company said it had been making 50000 to 55000 cars and 10000 trucks a week prior to the strike and that this had been cut o 36000 cars and 6000 trucks ast week with the parts plants closed A company spokesmen said the producton loss next week would be much more severe He declined to make any esti mate Crash victims are still in poor condition Two survivors of a Mason City auto accident which was fatal to two youths remained in poor condition Saturday at Mercy Hospital They are Richard Allen Pruis man 17 Rockwell and Dennis Lynn Lcwerke 17 Route 2 Rockwell They were injured when a car hit a bridge railing at the Winnebago River on 12th NE Thursday night The other two car occupants Richard Thomas Tom Heslcy 17 20A 9th NW and Danny Lynn Lamb 19 1733 N Delaware died of injuries they received in the smashup Police Saturday still were un able to determine which of the boys was Driving thr ear at the time of the crash Withholding gets backing of GOP DBS MOINES AP Pros pects of legislation for a with holding action to collect Iowa income taxes had support Satur day from a new Re publican controlled Legislative Tax Study Committee created in 1963 But the committee included a provision that lowans would not have to pay two years taxes in one year if the state starts col lecting through employer pay checks The sevenmember committee voted Friday to recommend a Trade barriers being discussed BRUSSELS AP Cabinet ministers of the six European Common Market nations met Saturday in what could be a showdown over the unions plans for the Kennedy round of talks on leveling trade barriers Common Market experts whipped into shape Friday night their recommendations for cut ting tariffs in half on 80 per cent of the areas trade with the industrialized countries of the world If the cabinet ministers from France West Germany Italy Holland Belgium and Luxem bourg do not approve the ex perts list they will have to ask for a months delay The Kenne dy round opens in Geneva Mon day The United States has an nounced it will have its list ready by the Monday deadline Other major nations are expect ed to be ready also Within the Common market the most difficult products to settle tariffs on are textiles au tomobiles paper products watches chemicals machinery and nuclear reactors and fuel elements French and West German in terests conflict sharply in par ticular where machinery and automobiles are concerned These two items account for nearly twothirds of the ex change of industrial goods be tween the United States and the Common Market the worlds two biggest traders The French want maximum tariff protection President Charles de Gaulles government has made clear it feels French industry is not strong enough to hold its own without high duties on goods made by much larger American enterprises West Germany on the contrary is willing to match its industry against the competition of all others The West Germans wanted a short list of exceptions to the big tariff slash leaving 90per cent of the areas trade open to tariff cutting If additional items from French and Italians were to be accepted as little as 65 or according to the West German figures 60 per cent of the trade would be eligible Plays dead to escape grizzly bear WIHTEFfSH Mont tana hunter Halbcrt Harvey played dead and he credits the corpselike pose with preventing him from becoming a corpse in a fight with a grizzly bear The 60yearold Whitcfish law yer hunting north of here Wednesday had just passed a big spruce tree when he heard a noise turned and saw the grizzly charging The silvertips first swipe spun Harveys rifle away and sent him sprawling There he stayed as if dead his face pushed into the hill side while the grizzly hit and clawed him The bear finally walked away Hunting companion Don Sicrs some 300yards away heard the commotion and hurried to the snot to find his injured friend Harvey was in good condition in a hospital here Saturday aft er doctors took 50 stitches to close wounds in his scalp hand and foot withholding system to the 1965 legislature Democratic Gov Harold Hughes in his campaign for re election made a withholding plan one of his prime goals Hughes and a Democratic leg islature swept offices in the Nov 3 election landslide The problem of double taxa tion arises from the fact that lowans pay taxes in April on in come earned the preceding year and with the start of withhold ing plan could be paying income taxes twice in one year Sen Leo Elthon R Fertile member of the legislative com mittce said this could be solved by forgiving one years taxes The committee adopted his pro posal which would work like this If the withholding system is enacted and made effective Jan 1 19C6 lowans would file their returns on 1965 income before April 30 1966 as usual However they would get a certificate acknowledging pay ment and on presentation of the certificate further withholding for 1966 would stop Any amount withheld between January and April would be refunded After 1966 the problem would disap pear Elthon said the state would not lose any revenue in the changeover It probably would collect more in the long run be cause persons who have been evading income taxes would be caught by the withholding sys tem he said All members of the commit tee voted for the plan except Rep Charles 0 Hougen RWa terloo whose term is expiring Inside The Globe Newman SurvtyoY 3 Church news 4 Society news 67 Clear Lake news 7 North Iowa news g Sports 9 Mason City news 1213 Latest markets 12 MIDDLECOFF SUCCUMBS MEMPHIS Tenn AP Dr Herman F Middlecoff 68 den tist and father of Dr Gary Mid dlecoff professional golfer died Friday MISS TEENAGE AMERICA Carolyn Mignini 17 of Baltimore Md right crowned Miss Teenage America 1965 and alternate Frances Kathleen Ross 17 left of Pittsburgh Pa were joyous in Dallas Friday night after they were announced winners Baltimore girl teenage queen DALLAS Tex AP Caro yn Mignini a sparkling lyric soprano from Baltimore who wants a Broadway singing ca ccr is Ihe new Miss Teenage America The 17yearold beauty with a dimpled smile looked dazed but didnt cry when Bud Collycr emcee of the 90minute CBS show named her the winner A straight A student at the of Notre Dame High School Carolyn is a real sweet down to earth girl her mother said You can also say that Im the happiest mother in Maryland and Texas Kathlncn Frances Ross 17 yearold from Pittsburgh who was evrrybodys friend during the worklong pageant was se lected for an award of excel lence She will take over the title in the event Carolyn gives in 3ERS PIGTAILS Carolyn Loghry 3uhave something in common both wear their hair in Mike right has the longer set the result of a lifelong growth of his hair which he wearsin the traditional fashion of his clan of Creek Indians Carolyn haa been wear V niTv PholofRX ing pigtails only a short time Theyre both students at Haskell Elementary School in Broken Arrow near Tulsa Mikes parents Mr and Mrs Amos Beaver are proud of their son for carrying on the Indian tra dition it up Kathy did a humorous song and dance as Eliza singing Wouldnt it be Loverly She said she was skyhigh happy after the show Other finalists were Andrea Lynn Aycrs 16 Greenville SC Linda Diane Licciardi 17 San Francisco and Dcbra Diet helm 15 Toledo Ohio The SJOOOO college scholar ship will enable Carolyn one of six children of Mr and Mrs Paul Joseph Mignini to attend Julliard School of Music next fall She wants a degree before entering stage productions and doesnt plan to marry until shes about 27 Caroiyn entered the competi tion for the fourth annual pag eant after her father a clothes cutter brought her a clipping telling about the scholarship and other prizes and said Hi hon how would you like to be Miss Teenage America In addition to studying voice for five hours every Saturday at Peabody Preparatory School Carolyn models for a Baltimore department store works with the Baltimore Actors Theater and charity groups She dates a lot and has many friends shes really a joy of a daughter and thats no puton thats the truth her mother a hair stylist who was chaperone said Carolyn has large dark brown eyes weighs 105 pounds and stands Her favorite sports are tennis swimming and horseback riding In men she looks for consideration a sense of humor and gentleman liness JOHNSON PASSES NEWPORT RI AP Charles E Johnson 82 father of screen aclor Van Johnson died Fridar Jt Soviets continue deadlock US proposal is defeated UNITED NATIONS NY AP The Soviet Union was cportcd Saturday to have re ccted a new plan to solve the cadlock after financing of UN icacckeeping operations Ambassador Adlai E Stcven on said Friday that the United itatcs would accept voluntary laymcnts in any form from he Soviet Union toward its million UN debt Diplomatic sources said how ver the Soviet Union turned lown the idea A Communist liplomat was quoted as saying hat if the Soviet Union contrib itcd to a voluntary fund used ror peacekeeping costs it would be paying for operations hat were undertaken illegally The Soviet Union refuses to iay its dues for the Congo and Middle East operations con ending they were authorized legally by the General Assem bly rather than the Security Council where the Soviet Union nolds veto power Tht United States wants 1o strip the Soviets of their vote in the General Assembly under a UN charter provision calling for action if a nation falls two years behind in its assessments The Soviet Union has indicated it might quit the United Nations if it is deprived of its vote when he General Assembly convenes Dec 1 Stevenson did not go into de tail on the plan to set up a vol untary fund to which arrears could be contributed However JS sources said they favored he idea which had been presented privately to the big powers by General Assembly Carlos SosaRodri guez of Venezuela and three other diplomats who are con ducting behindthescenes talks US guard takes shot at Soviet car HEIDELBERG Germany AP A Soviet military mis sion sedan was fired on by an American guard when it failed o obey orders to halt US Army headquarters in Europe announced here Saturday The incident occurred Wednesday when the car ap proached a restricted US mill ary area near Nuernberg the rny said The vehicles two occupants Soviet colonel and an enlisted man driver were detained for about seven hours and then re leased The Soviet military liaison mission is attached to US headquarters The United States has a similar mission attached to the Soviets in East Germany US Army headquarters has protested to the Soviet military liaison mission located in Frankfurt that the Soviet car violated a wellmarked restrict ed military area The Soviet sedan entered restricted area at around pm Wednesday despite signs in English Russian and German warning against trespassing The sedans occupants re fused repeated orders by a US military guard to halt the car the Army said It added When a warning shot was fired into the air the vehicle attempted to leave the scene A member of the guard then fired at the vehicles left rear tire SAM I DATI1HJI71 flnr   

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