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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 2, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Another recess in UN No sign of settlement By TOM HOGE UNITED NATIONS NY AP Apparently abandoning hope of breaking the deadlocl over assessments delegate worked Tuesday to wind up housekeeping details and bring the most fruitless General As sembly inUN history to an end The assembly won another delay Monday in the threatened USSoviet showdown over vot ing rights by agreeing to anoth er weeks recess while new ef forts are made to negotiate a solution to the UN financial crisis The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2 1945 HOC a Paper Consists of Two Associated Press Full Lease Wlrci No 307 ukarno nuclear boast Some delegates expressec doubt however that anothei week would bring negotiators any nearer a solution than the were two months ago Ambassador B N Chakravar ty of India said he saw no hope for a solution in the next few days Member nations agreed to Assembly President Quai sonSackeys call for adjourn mcnt until Monday Earlier SecretaryGeneral U Thant sai everyone agreed it was to th United Nations interest to avei a showdown at this session Tbant said the assembl agreed on these points All members want to se aside differences to get th United Nations out of its presen financial plight A confrontation over app cation of Article 19 denying ihe assembly vote to any member two years in arrears should be avoided at the current session Voluntary financial contri butions should be made to save the world organization from bankruptcy without prejudicing the views of any member as to the legality of peacekeeping dues The contributions should be made as soon as possible to erase about S133 million in un paid assessments and highly de velop eel nations should give the biggest part A comprehensive review of the question of peacekeeping operations should be undertak en possibly by a 21nation working group studying the problem and a report turned into the assembly The United States and the So viet Union were guarded as to the prospects of achieving any thing during the latest recess shot killed KNOXVILLE Tcnn AP A University of Tennessee stu dent was shot to death Monday by a truck driver who had been pelted with snowballs police said Dead is Marnell Goodman 18 of Swampscott Mass a fresh man He was a nephew of Fred Blumbcrg a professor of Eng lish at the university Charged with seconddegree murder in the shooting is Wil liam Douglas Willett Jr 27 a Greenville Tcnn truck driver Homicide Capt Fred Scruggs said Willett told him he fired a 22calibcr pistol after students hit him with snowballs when his truck stopped I didnt mean to do it They threw snow in my eyes and I fired a shot to scare the gang away as they closed in on me I was afraid Scruggs quoted Willett as saying Goodman was the son of Mr and Mrs Samuel Goodman ol Other poor areas seek aid Con LBJ pay back his lOUs for Appalachian By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson appears to be stacking up some political IOUs that may be difficult to pay off in his determination to get congressional approval of an Appalachian aid program Before the Senate passed the measure Monday the President got notice that just about every region in the country has unemployment and poverty problems about which it wants the federal government to do something In order to smooth passage of the measure and its dispatch to the House for action there Johnson had to give some assur ances through Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield that similar regional plans will get his consideration Mansfield indicated that any presidential action may be in the form of a request for an ex pansion of the area redevelop ment program Congress last year refused additional funds for it because of dissatisfaction over its administration Even if he asks for additional money Johnson is going to be hard put to satisfy all of the de mands foraid and stay within the limits of his budget Sen Gay lord Nelson DWis was promised by Mansfield that there would be consideration of an upper Great Lakes program Sen Walter F Mondale D Minn said his state has areas in just as much distress as some in the Appalachia area Sen John McClellan DArk proposed adding the Mountain region to the pending bill His amendment was defeat ed on a voice vote after Sen Jennings Randolph DWVa said this area ought to be in cluded in a new bill to be con sidered by the Senate Public Works Committee Sen Robert F Kennedy D NY moved swiftly to make 13 New York counties available for the Appalachian aid Kennedy told the Senate in his maiden speech that the southern tier of counties in New York are poor er than many in the adjacent areas of Pennsylvania His brother Sen Edward M Kennedy DMass got immedi ate support from his colleagues of the area when he proposed a regional development program for Now England About the only area that got no encouragement was the Great Plains section of the Mid west Sen Roman L Hruska R Neb fried vainly to strike a S17million item for a land sta bilization conservation and ero sion control program from the Appalachian measure Sens Frank J Lausche D Ohio and Jack Miller Rlowa protested that while farmers were being paid to retire land under the feed grain program the bill would pay Appalachian farmers to put land into produc tion The amendment was beat en Lausche predicted that there will b1 at least six more Ap palachias Nobody would gucss on how much they would cost or when if ever the President would get around to recommending any undertaking of such a magni tude Appalachia as defined in the bill includes i55 counties in 11 states a IGSUOOsquarc mile region with more than 15 million residents The federal aid is designed to boost job opportunities and liv ing standards for those persons whose per capita income of Sl 400 is about S500 below the na tional average The region is made up of all of West Virginia and parts of Pennsylvania Maryland Vir ginia Tennessee Ohio Ken tucky Alabama Georgia South Carolina and North Carolina LIQUID EAR MUFFS filled hot water bottles solve the problem of cold ears for Blake Payne as he slides to school in Marion Ind after the mercury dropped below zero Swampscott about north of Boston 15 miles Too cold for the groundhog By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS Bitter cold drove into the Deep South Tuesday and much of the country shivered through a night of subzero temperatures rain snow and strong winds Even the groundhog refused to emerge to check on his shad ow in some areas Several school systems were closed Tuesday in North Caro Una mountain areas because o snow Asks probe of LBJs tax returns In Bobby Baker case WASHINGTON AP Don B Reynolds a key and contro versial witness in the Bobbj Baker probe was quoted Tues day as demanding proof tha President Johnsons tax return are under scrutiny when askec to surrender some of his own tax records Special tax agent Donald R Connelly told the Senate Rule Committee that Reynolds sail that otherwise he would surren der the records only if told I do so by Sen John J Williams RDel He said Reynolds also de manded proof that Walter H Jenkins tax returns were bein checked Connelly was not asked by th committee and did not say whether Johnsons tax returns or those of Jenkins former While House aide were being nvestigatcd The Rules Committee is in vestigating disputed testimony Reynolds a local insurance agent that he was the bag man through whom Baker and politician Matthew H McClosk ey allegedly siphoned 325000 into the 1960 KennedyJohnson election campaign fund from government contract McCloskey has denied the Sunday closing bill introduced in the Senate DKS MOINES Half a senators file a bill Tuesday designed to close supermarkets and dis count stores on Sunday The measure would prohibit Sunday sale of a long list of items in any store of more than 2400 square feet area or employing more than fourjiersons at one time including the owner H would place noju Nims DAmcs and John R restrictions on the smaller Walker RWilliams The bill would declare opera of a business contrary to Sen Joseph Coleman DClare provisions of the act to be a chief sponsor of the measurejpuhlic nuisance which could be October surprise promised To produce missiles also JAKARTA Indonesia AP The director of Indonesias army arsenal said Tuesday wut 200 scientists are work g to make the countrys first tomic bomb He promised a surprise at the Armed Forces ay celebration in October The officer Brig Gen Harto o also said Indonesia this year ill produce guided missiles whose damaging abilities are uperior to those of other coun vies His statements were ributcd without elaboration by ie official Antara News Agen y Hartono said last November hat Indonesia would explode an atomic bomb in 1965 and that it lad begun surveying the possi ility of producing interconti nental ballistic missiles His statements last year came shortly after a reported success ful launching of Indonesian made rockets for artillery and stores said it is designed to halt Sun day operation of supermarkets Phntoinx UNDERWATER ASTRONAUT Astronaut Tom Stafford leaves a Gemini spacecraft in an un derwater exercise at Ellington Air Force Base Hous ton Tex Stafford and Walter Schirra are backup pilots for the project which is scheduled to orbit two Americans in April halted by court injunction It also makes violation of the act a misdemeanor punishable by and discount stores which hela inc of up 5300 and up to said are running wide days in jail ror repeated of Other sponsors are Sens 7oefcnses The bill says its purpose is to prohibit any interference ith the comfortable enjoyment Flatt R Wintersetl George OMalley DDes Moines Peter Hansen DManning Daryl charge Baker resigned former secretary to the Senates Demo Barge operators tried to drumjcratic majority has invoked the up business in Cairo 111 after the Weather Bureau said move ment of vessels could help prc ivent ice floes from coagulating In Chicago Lincoln Park the Mississippi River officials refused to allow their The Detroit River was two groundhogs outdoors from shore to shore An Groundhog Day because of bad ferry became trappedlthe year 1061 Fifth Amendment in refusing to answer questions about it or any other financial transactions Connelly testified that Rey nolds had not surrendered office receipts copies of lax return records and some other docu ments of his insurance firm for Monday in an ice field outside weather FOCUS on North Iowa On the inside Editorials f Comics 5 Society news 67 Farm news 8 Sports news 910 Latest markets 12 Mason City news 1213 North Iowa news 14 Clear Lake news 15 weather Folklore has it that if the Lnc Muskegon harbor groundhog sees his shadow I The t Coas from there will be six more weeks of E d to Fjorjda had winter For persons who put stock in the Ground Hogs prognostica tion Tuesday was his day and he undoubtedly saw his shadow By his traditional calculations six more weeks of winter are in store Arctic air over the North Cen tral states pushed south through the lower Mississippi Valley and southern Tefxas and east over the Tennessee and Ohio valleys Coldwave warnings were is sued for Arkansas northern Mississippi and sections of Ten nessee and Kentucky New MILLER IN MOSCOW MOSCOW play poor wright Arthur Miller has ar Irivcd here for his first visit Pholofax IT Schirra waits for teammate Tom Stafford to bob to the surface after exiting from an underwater opening in the Gemini space craft Schirra rides a oneman life raft in an exercise aimed at helping astronauts survive after a dunk in the ocean at the end of a spaceride infantry use Antara also carried an an nouncement that the Indonesian army later this year plans to build a plant to produce explo sive materials The agency said it would be located in Java or in the Celebes but gave no details Indonesia has an atomic reac tor in Banund West Java which was obtained from the United States Another reactor is now under construction with SoviiH aid at Serpong 44 miles southwest of Jakarta Both reactors were said to be for peaceful purposes The US State Department said last November that the life or property and to pro totc the health safety and elfarc of the people It makes 0 reference to religion reactor By a 540 vote the Senate United assed and sent to the House a lassivc bill to revise and mod the law on organizalion f nonprofit corporations in owa the teactor A similar measure passed the enate two years ago but did not reach a vote in the House Sen David Stanley RMusca ine and nine others introduced 1 bill to give every Iowa citi icn the right to examine all public records and to make ex tracts from or copies of such records except for such as those of grand jury pro ceedings and some welfare mat by law to be kept confiflential Sen Howard Reppert Moines filed a bill to create an land tax credit fund to pay Uix credit for school levys on such land above 20 mills The system defines urban land as all land no used for agriculture and hort i c u I t u r c The fund vould operate similar to the ag Amencan reactor was incapa ble ot producing materials for weapons and also of generating power 101 commercial purposes The departments press offi cer Robert McCloskey said the was furnished States under by tha a I960 agreement It became opera tional last October McCloskey said the United States had the right to inspect Classified pagti U17 North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly fair and not so cold through Wednesday Tuesday night 20 below ex treme northeast to 5 Highs Wednesday 510 in north to 19 Weather Details On J Hanlontown unwilling to die Wilson sees vast threat of atom war LONDON AP Prime Min ister Harold Wilson says world nuclear war is inevitable if tha Western allies dont protect non nuclear nations against tha threat of Red Chinas Abomb Answering questions Monday night on a television program marking his first 100 days in office Wilson explained why he had decided to keep British bombers cast of the Suez Canal when his election platform land tax credit fundiplcdgeci Britain would abandon and would be appropriated jnciependent nuclear power 1125 million per year the same as the current agricultur al land tax credit appropriation Temperatures edged near zero in parts of Kentucky and Tennessee with 4 above at Lou sville 6 above at Nashville and 1 above at Crossville Tenn Schools were closed in 29 Ken ucky counties because of snow and cold Rain fell over the central Gulf Coast states and a belt of snow whitened an area from Tennes see to the Carolina mountains north to southern New England and the eastern Great Lakes Five inches of snow fell in Knoxville Tcnn and 4 inches were measured in Crossville and Bristol Fourinch also wtre reported in London Ky Beck ley WV Binghamton NY and Muskegon Mich EDITORS NOTE Over the next several months the GlobeGazette will be explor ing what is happening to soms of North Iowas smaller com munities The series will not be of a historic nature but rather will examine the pres ent and future of these com munities By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director HANLONTOWN This Worth County community of 193 is out to prove a couple of things to the rest of North Iowa They are Small towns dont have lo die on the vine if their resi dents dont want them to Larger towns and cities dont have a monopoly on prog ress and community pride Indications are that the com munity is doing a good job ol getting its points across Leader of this community re surgence has been a rather un usual Hanlon town Community Club The club and the role it has played in this movement is un usual because 1 II is less than three years old 2 It has a membciship a fourth as large as the towns v population and 3 More than Ijalf of its mem bers dont live in Hanlontown The club was formed in 19C2 after the communitys Lions Club was disbanded it had only 12 members when this move was Everybody agreed that some kind of organization was needed to keep the town together Lowell Hall one of the founders of the community club recalls We didnt want to call it a eommcrcia club however bo cause we felt this would be ex cluding the very people we here to farmers The community club concept quickly caught on and the or ganizations present member ship numbers about 45 More than half of these members arc farmers from the Hanlontown area including two of the Ihree officers Vcrn Paulson and Stanley Gesme both farmers are president and vice presi dent respectively of the club Rodney Hall Lowells brother is secretarytreasurer The purpose of the club is make the penplc of Hanlonlown and surrounding area think like a community rather than a group of individuals Lowell Hall points out Tht club does this Hall adds by entering into every phase of community life For example the club spon three midget baseball learns for youngsters during the Members of he club serve as managers for the cams and see that they get around to play other town teams in North Iowa The club also cooperates with the Hanlontown Town Council on a number of projects Last summer when Delores Sorcn son who lives miles from Hanlontown was named Miss North Iowa at the North Iowa Band Festival in Mason City the rlub worked with the coun cil to gut a sign on Highway proclaiming Hanlontown the home of Miss Sorenson The sign was up within two days of her crowning This winter the club decided the youths of the area needed an ice skating rink so a couple of members flooded the clown FOCUS Continued on Page 1 This countrys strength is oing to depend on our woricl role ami not being corralled in Sen William Denman he said Moines and seven others inlroj have h situalion o duccd a bill to let municpahlicsj nudear we require tire chains or snow lircsj 1w havc nonnuclear coun for vehicles driven on snow indudjng India who want lce some safeguards against that Reppert and three others otherwise we are going to find sponsored a measure to make India Pakistan and all coun illegal possession of beer by atrics in person under 21 punishable by a years of age fine of up to SlOO and up to 30 days in jail donesia Asia and perhaps In before long and tha Middle East becoming nuclear powers They said existing law prohibits Qnce this happens world minors from drinking beer but nuclcar vvar is inevitable Wil does nol prohibit them fromjson declared possessing it Repcrl Denman and OMal Icy introduced a bill lo allow municipalities to establish a Isinkirm fund to accumulate money to build and equip libra ries ASKS FOR SUPPORT HARRISBURG Pa William W Scranton has ap public support in a controversy involving the states refusal to pay for new draperies in the governors reception room SAME DATI1H4W Black Traffic Dcatt   

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