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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 19, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Around the country details Iowa Mostly cloudy Tuesday night and Lows Tuesday 510 1520 Highs Wednesday 20s north to 30s Fur ther outlook cloudy and warmer Minnesota Mostly fair and cold er highs Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Maximum 21 Minimum 3 At 8 20 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 45 Minimum 20 WEATHER ELSEWHERE Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WILLSON Former Barry Goldwater front left is among Photofax Pallbearers at right front to rear are jormer oen LrOiawater icnj amuug i at funeral services for actress Jeanette Robert Meredith Leon Lloyd MarDonald in Behind Goldwater is The men in front of and behind the casket LJCHJ Jo i J MacDonald in Behind Goldwater is Wayne Griffin and behind Griffin is Launs are not former Iowa cage gets state job DES M01NES Nolde outstanding Univci sity of Iowa basketball player several years has been ap pointed an assistant state at torney Lawrence announcing the appointment said he believes that Gentry is the first Negro to be hired for the job in whose salary will be a will represent the Department of Public In the Board of Social Welfare and oilier state agen formerly of played basketball for the cloudy clear rj clear Ill cloudy 30 it I l clear clear cloudy X 1 clear cloudy ll cloudy IU l DCS cloudy H cloudy cloudy itK in Fort clear f M cloudy 81 11 clear Wl clear l clear fill 111 rain 4fi l Kansas cloudy SS clear I fiK clear 1 clear 4 clear clourty clomly New clear New clear Uilalioma cloudy clumly clear cluudy clear clear cloudy llapid cloudy clear clear Salt Lake tug San cleur San cloudy clear clear rain Estes called biggest swindler ever AP Fed eral authorities put Biilie Sol described by a judge who tried him as the most gigantic swindler in behind 15 tiJ Algona firm to bring o new printing trend to the area 51 47 I r jl 7 Hawkeyes in He took the bar examination while still in school and was an assistant city attorney for Iowa City dur ing his senior year in law He graduated last year Rue shooting of Des Moines man accidental DES MOINES AP Th fatal shooting of a young Des Moines man happened last week because a policeman ran against a clothesline and stum the Polk County medical ars Monday Unless further appeals meet about Iowa ith unexpected it ap arently was the end of a fight nsting nearly three years to cep the toppled farm tycoon nd former lay preacher out of He marked his 40th ijrthday just nine days The Supreme Court re used Monday to hear Estes ippeal from a 15year prison cntence for mail Judge B1LLIE SOL ESTES Off to prison who presided for the 1963 trial in El then revoked the bankrupt promoters appeal Armed with a bench warrant from Deputy Marshal William Black ar rested the round faced Estes at his comfortable Abilene home and escorted him lo the county jail DES MOINES of Sac has been elected president of the Iowa Veterinary Medical As succeeding Beaver of DES MOINES The Iowa Council of Republican Wom en is urging delay in com mercial development near the Herbert Hoover memorial site at West The councils Executive Com mittee and Advisory Board Sunday adopt ed a resolution urging that care be taken to locate any commercial fac i 1 i t i e s at such distance that their estab lishment on land near the me morial site will not mar the DAVENPORT LeRoy was held in lieu of bond Tuesday after pleading innocent Monday to a murder and being bound over to District He is ac cused in the death Saturday of Madie who police said was killed during an argument in her apart DAVENPORT The mur der trial of a Clinton woman has been continued until next District Court Judge Clay LeGrand granted the continuance Monday in the trial of Sharon Hilde who is charged in sthe 30 shooting of Walter Adams of farm ers led the country in bushels of corn stored under price supports for according to a report from the Agri culture The department said Iowa farmers had stored mil lion bushels of 1964 crop corn by Caterpillar Tractor reported record sales and profits Monday for Officials said the 1964 profit was per share of common compared with in Sales were or 20 per cent more than in Earnings of million amounted to per cent of and since has been an agent in FBI By CHARLES WALK North Iowa News Director A L G 0 N A Publishers of North I o w as weekly newspa pers are watching the progress of a new enterprise here with coming of a trend to North Iowa great deal of The new enterprise is the Midwest Printing and Litho graphing a corporation formed to provide a centralized publishing Russ publisher of the Algona Upper Des Moines and one of the di rectors of the new corpora expects the plant to be in operation within six The presses will be housed in the present slant of the Upper Des Hoines P ishing Heart of the new enterprise will be a 16page web offset printing capable o producing 16 standard size newspaper pages or 32 tabloie pages in black and white at a maximum of an printing of a jer of weekly newspapers in a central Wallers paper has been pub ished since June at the Spen cer Printing and Lithographing just such a centralized op Of when the Midwest companys press is the printing of Wallers paper a biweekly will come back to The elder Jackson is former vhich is gaining momentum in publisher of the daily Spencer he weekly field across the In two other printing contracts also have been obtained for the new com One of these is another area weekly Waller has no doubt that cen tralized operations are a com ing He points to metro politan areas where 25 or 30 area weeklies and shopping uides are printed in one Waller doesnt expect the Midwest operation to get that With the new how it would be1 possible to print 10 weeklies at the plant The Spencer company present ly is printing 11 in eluding nine weekly Several major stockholders in the Spencer operation also will Operation of the new offset press will require some spe cialized Waller At east one pressman from the Spencer operation will move to In three new em ployes will be needed to oper ate the Most North Iowa weekly edi ors and publishers agree thai central printing plants are the coming but none will say at this time they will take ad vantage of the Algona John editor of the Clear Lake Mirror and Report says the owner has indicated an interest in such an Its a matter of better re production at less Ander son many weekly publishers want to be more publisher and less An derson believes a weekly pub lisher would be more inclined to ward a centralized plant if hi 01 au uuui 7 3 l The operation could mean shares in the Midwest en These include Predicts costly future for GOP SPENCER AP Former Iowa agriculture Secretary Liddy told 6th District Republi cans Monday they must count on plenty of expense if they hope to come out ahead in the 1966 This is going to be a hard and expensive Liddy said in his first public appearance as full time fund raiser for the Were in it to Liddy was one of many Re publican state officeholders swept out of their posts in Nov ember by a Democratic election He became a paid fund raiser for the party His big goal he is to sell tickets to the Lincoln Day fundraising dinner in Des Moines Liddy promised to work night and seven days a and said he will meet anytime with local fund raisers to provide help and Jackson and his Parachute found in jet engine A para chute was found in one engine of a KC135 jet tanker plan which crashed here Saturday the head of the crash investiga tion board said Murray Bj water checked with experts ex amining the crafts engines a the Oklahoma City Air Materie area about the chute and said Its their the experts pn liminary opinion that the pare chutes contributing to the caus of this accident is extremely r GOOD JOCKEY Johnny now a is one of eight jockeys to win more than He in won equipment was in poor shape and he was faced with the pur chase of a new Robert publisher of th anly says the centra ed plant would be fine if i ere close enough lo get promp Algona is too far fron anly to provide such service ulver Culver says the offset press ndoubtedly provides better rcss but Tie isnt sure t would be any more economi but Madson does agree lat centralized plants prob bly are the Thirtj miles would be the limit foi uch a plant for Madsons op ration he Equipment is the major facto n the Madson Equipment like the press going n at Algona is much too expen ive for the average Jackson publisher of the Mitchell County Press at all for the centralized Baty already is some vhat involved in a similar situa Half of the Press is printed at Cresco each week and Baty irints the Stacyville Baty believes an operation must have enough job printing o take up the or it vouldnt pay to go to a central zed He is how e v e centralized operations ventually will prove more iconomical for most weekly Two North Iowa editors who arent interested in a central examiner has Leo Luka said he found no evidence that the shooting of Dale LeRoy of Des Moines was The shoot ing o c c u r r e d accidentally while Patrolman John Tinker was trying to regain his balance after Luka State John Dubuque called on the House D Elvers disputes ownership of land DES MOINES Monday for a thorough in owners ordered evicted by thejvestigation of Becks Deathless 1964 for planes in Iowa Officers arranged to transfer him to El Paso They said Estcs might stay there as long as five weeks before being moved to a federal He has 25 days to ask the Supreme Court to reconsider and it could be 10 days longer before the tri bunal pokerfaced and silent to newsmen as wore a blue shirt and gray slacks and sports His only remarks were made in a lowvoiced con versation with Black while he was being The former West Texas pro who spent much of his Iowa Conservation Commission from land along the Mississippi River in northeast Iowa are not on state according to Adolph Elvers says courthouse rec jurors found him guilty of mail iraud and conspiracy in the El Paso Testimony brought out that Estes had persuaded dozens of individuals to sign mortgages on steel ammonia tanks and thus lend him their personal with the explanation his own was overtaxed and he needed money for rapidly expanding In turn he discoun ted the mortgages and sold them to some of the nations biggest loan mean while paying the mortgage sign ers monthly rental on the tanks which matched their payments to the loan ords in Allamakee and Clayton counties show the land involved belongs either to the DES MOINES AP Planes flew an estimated million miles in Iowa without a fatality UCJlMLgb VU LIIC the federal government or the last the Iowa Aeronautics m i ccinn Tine Commission has The Conservation Commission For the first time since rec noticcs toords were started in not a single aviation death was re corded within the states bord ers in In 851 deaths were reported on Iowa has the owners of 63 vacation cot tages near Harpers Ferry and Some of the cabins have been on the riverbank for more than 20 spare lime as a lay preacher in the Church of had been battling since March to avoid going to That was the date federal agents first arrested then living at Pecos and reputed to be worth His top heavy financial empire of an hydrous ammonia fertilizer grain storage and big scale cotton growing and there were echoes in Wall Street and That fall he drew an eight year prison term on a state court conviction at Tyler of swindling still being ap and on March Prosecutors produced evi dence that Estes and his asso ciates obtained mortgages total ing million on such tanks many times over the number farmers could have used in the area where he oper It was established that only a handful of tanks ever were built and At one point Estes testified in bankruptcy proceedings that he held only million in assets and his debts aggregated Three Estes associates plead ed guilty and were sentenced to prison on the same fraud and conspiracy charges of which he eventually was DES M 0 I N E S A DCS Moines Post Office employe remained free on bond Tuesday after pleading guilty in District Court to em bezzling in postal A presentence investigation was ordered for Roy Nel a Post Office Depart ment employe for 43 DES MOINES Two Des Moines men faced six months prison sentences Tuesday aft er pleading guilty to charges of perjury in the Dist rict Court of Judge Roy Steph Charles and Carl Herman were indicted by a federal grand jury in October for an swering falsely when ques tioned about whether they had acted as who has been on leave from the Oskaloosa Fire Depart ment with the state fire mar shals will return as fire according to Mayor Charles Ellis replaces resigning Kenneth CLARION Rock Island Lines tracks remained block ed Monday as the result of a derailment of a freight train near here Birchers double income of 1963 LOS ANGELES AP The John Birch Society in 1964 near ly doubled its 1963 gross says its national public relations John Rousselot said Monday the million collected came almost entirely from member ship dues and SEE OUR FINE SELECTION OF TOP GAS DRYERS at BOOMHOWERS 113 FEDERAL PHONE 4232752 Algona also Is too far away rom Northwood to interest loyd editor of the ized operation at present are Chub Elling of the Gar ner Leader and Pat Gallagher of the Belmond Elling says he wont be in terested in such an operation as long as our equipment does as good a job as it is Gallagher says he isnt inter ested because his present opera tion is working out quite He points out that by maintain ing a tight production the Independent is out by Wed nesday Gallagher does that cen tralized plants appear to be the future for some 800 to 900 Native Beef Type Calves and Yearlings Will Be Sold At PUBLIC AUCTION at the Cow Palace Sale Barn in Forest on 2 BEGINNING AT CattU to be sold it auc tion on Saturday may be teen the sale barn en Friday Consignors at this sale will include original mem bers of the North Iowa Cattlemens Cattle Will Be Sold In Sizable Lots According 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