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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 30, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Mineral deposits in area Believed to be mineable By HARRISON WEBER Iowa Daily Press Writtr DES MOINES acromagnetic survey shows there may be mineable miner al deposits in the northwest corner oC the state In other words said State Geologist Dr H Garland Her shey there is the potential of finding minerals that can be mined at a profit The latest aerial survey third in a scries pinpoints about a doxcn anomalies areas where the magnetic attraction is very high scattered throughout the 12000 mile area covered in the survey This area is roughly triangu lar in shape and covers every thing northwest of a line from Harrison to Worth counties At the moment the main value of this survey is that it gives mining and oil companies leads for further prospecting in Iowa said Dr Hcrshey who also is Director of the Iowa Geological Survey We of course are very en couraged by this latest survey The reason we had not found out about these potential mineral deposits before is that they are buried by other rock to depths up to 3000 feel We dont have many wells clown into these rocks so that we can get samples he explained The survey shows one area in Clay and Dickinson counties in which the people who did the flying recommended further study From the basis of this survey we also think there are other areas that warrant furth er study and perhaps drilling for magnetic iron ore Hcrshey stated The official of Geological Sur vey said that mining at 3000 feet presents a problem at this time But over large areas in northwest Iowa it appears that the possible mineral bearing rocks are at much shallower depths Hcrshey said He cited Spencer as being one place where the possible miner al deposits appear to be at 1200 foci Besides the high density ings in l he Spencer vicinity Hcrshey also singled out an area nonr the Sioux and Lyon coun ly line Altogether he said there are approximately a dozen areas which appear to be possi ble sites of mineral deposits llershcy also noted that two mining companies presently are making exploration drills in northwest Iowa Dr Ilcrshcy said the latest survey also shows some fault ing We think that if the fault ing occurred after the rocks sandstone shale and limestone were deposited this may be a good locality along the fault lines for oil pros pects he added T li i s latest survey was fi nanced by an appropriation of by the 1963 legislature The Geological Survey contract ed with private firms to make the aeromagnctic survey in which a magnetometer is used to spot anomalies This survey supplements sim ilar studies conducted in north central and southwestern Iowa Standards bill faces new tests DES MOINES school standards bill faced more tests in the Iowa Senate Friday after several attempts to seriously weaken it were beaten down Thursday The measure would establish state regulation of private ac well as public schools through the 12lh grade ft would replace a public school standards law thrown out last year by the Iowa Supreme Court The Senate voted 4115 Thurs clay against an amendment tha would hve prevented giving pri valeschool students authority to enrol in public schools for special courses not available in their private school It then refused by a 3016 vol to remove the provisions for rcg ulalion of parochial and othc private schools It voted down 40M an at tempt to limit standards re to those spelled out in the law A voice vote turned down attempt to remove a provision extending state regulation to nursery schools an kindergar tens As introduced by the Senate Education Committee the bill would list certain courses to be taught in the schools It would empower the State Department of Public Instruc tion to make other rules on such factors as school sites and facili ties staffing and exlracurricu lar activities The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 30 1965 Idc a copy This Paper Consists of Three Sections Section One Associated Piesi Full WLrej No 70 Rock Falls Lone gunman grabs With a black scarf partially hiding his face and a sawecloff shotgun in his hands a bandit charged into the American State Bank at Rock Falls forced the lone attendant to hand over then fled in a cloud of dust The robbery took place shortly before noon Fri day while Freda Gregerson manager of the bank alone Mrs Gregersun said the man rushed in and de manded the money from the cash drawer Evidently it enough because he itold her Im going to blow your head off if you dont give me more She then gave him more from a safe she said By midaiternoon Ihe gel away cir had bocn found aban doncfl in a residential garage on North Ohio in Mason City and authorities were searching Ihe area of the o I cl disposal plant it 2nd NE and Ohio The story of quick evacuation from floodthreat ened homes is starkly illustrated in this photo of a babys shoe left behind atop a sandbag dike in Dav enport Many have left some personal possessions be hind in the rush to get to higher ground Inside The Globe LIST million in sew er water projects Page 6 PROPOSE relocation of US Ii5 on Carolina Page 6 River crest moves south TUJi ASSOCIATED 1KKSS I Quincyin wpstcenlral Illinois i The swollen Mississippi River At Fulton III Gov Otto Ker ihammered at western Illinois ncr callctl 30 morc National eastern Iowa and northeastern Guardsmen to help the 3400 Missouri Friday as reinforced rcsdcnts m the town surround dikes held back Ihe surging ecy watcr The Red Cross reported that a r L clike patrolman fell through a lhc crest receded from rnn uni record at Rock JsUnd 7 Editorials Clear Lake news Walcrs Landing arouses criticism Call action an invasion ROBBED THIRD TIME SINCE 1910 on uominsca NYJ A highway patrol spotter plane was being used and it was assumed the man was afoot SANTO DOMINGO Dominican Republic UP unless he had stolen another American airborne troops landed in the Dominican Republic early Friday swelling the number of US The robbery was seen by forces in the country to 4200 men as civil war dragged UNITED NATIONS AP US landing in thcLyic Radtkc who operates iVSanto Domingo to the point of anarchv Dominican Kcpubhc shop in Rock Falls The twodayold military junta appealed for in restore order s and fled to call the American lives and property would require authoriza rfce in Mason ctv lion the Organization of American States However President Johnsons administration was authoritatively reported in Washington to be on the j i v nit t XJJYI lIllilLClLy I UJ1 Lf1 LJI cuticism and bitter memories Radtke came to the door oftervention bv American troops to help r among Latin Americans Friday tin hmU while ilm mhiimv wisi i no fr i V Thrill hn simiiivr u q lonociy US otticials said action other tha i DL siuiiiiij vjo iinuitv in piogress and fled to call the 1 sies all over said one Latin jAmcrican diplomat al the Unit ed Nations President Raul Leoni of Ven City shcritfs office in Mason Thc gunman described by Mrs Gregerson as middle aged and shabbilydressed alert for action to meet ezuela in telegrams to Prcsisped out of town in a car ann jdenf Arturo Illia of Argentina Ihorilics believed was lni at 5 beyond the point of no return land Eduardo Frei of Chile wasfrom Hurts Used Car lot the Dominican Kepuband they are going to keep to have termed theMason City earlier Friday jlCor plunge it into a Comjgomg until they bring coun fUS action an invasion and a The car was described as a munist war ol liberation down around their necks violation of the treaties of the iflfi Ponfiac station wagon A US officials in Santo Dominanc obscrver Organization of American car fitting the description was go released a list of 52 members Officials said the situation States spotted by authorities just after of Dominican Communist orwas rapidly approaching anar Sports Society news 910 1112 Jck about to mi 1 e s downstream klcntit was Classified pages 1415 the Rock isianuuaven Workers port industrial complex i Iowa news 16 The river held at 24 feet acVes of and 100 homes would have been flooded if the dike broke the Red Cross said Abel takes steel throne POPE PAUL VI Encyclical touches on Viet war The Red Cross estimates that the iMississippi flooding has Frei replied hat he agrccdjnoon on the east edge of Mason completely There was no immediate the city iCity but it was lost in traffic lie response from Illia Frei called for common ac tion to bring lo an end the bloodshed among the Dominican People and to avoid a dictator ship of any kind Peruvian Foreign Minister Fernando Schwalb said it was understandable that the US VATICAN CITY AP Pope wanted to protect ills Rut hr Paul VI condemned its citizens But he added in case this has been done in made more than 38000 persons warfare and ever of the sovereignty of homeless Red Cross workers1 acls war Friday in clear rcfa independent nation arc feeding 11650 flood volunercnce to the Viet Nam conflict Schwalh said the US action Rock Falls is about eight miles northeast of Mason City It was somewhat like a re run of an old movie for Mrs Gregerson who was working in the bank the last time it was robbed That was Feb 3 1962 Two men robbed the bank of and were not apprehended until ganizations who they said werccflJ absence of gov belicvcd to have played key roles in the sixdayold rebel lion Beside the name of each man was the Communist coun try where he was said to have trained Cuba China or the Soviet Union The rebellion was launched by a group of young army artillery officers seeking to return ousted President Juan Bosch to office But US officials in Santo Dom ingo and other observers believe Feb 19 after robbing the banklno one now is in control or at Plainfield of Thc two men Thomas Ras MTUisscn of Mason ncth Trucsdale and Ken Waterloo leers and housing 1375 evacuHc appealed for on violalcd lhc chartcr of lllc rr ecs in 19 shelters along the Mis1 P of American Slalcsiwrc convlctcd fcdcral bank sissippi and negotiations at all levels and said Peru condemns in ailrohhcry mcl now are serving PITTSBURGH AP Chall McDonalds plans reportedly Most of Qllincys 45000 resi engcr IW Abel was declaredere a mystery even to highest lhc official winner of afiovcrnmcnt officials who are r r r intensely interested in the steel bitter fight for president of the wnbnrK nnMtnai llc Penitentiary millionmember vorkcrs Union jworkcrs political squabble United Stcelj Adminislralion officials rc iportcdly would like lo sec Mc looking the river But the dike In second encyclical letter its forms any interference llc Peni against the personal 10 fthc that the month of May is espcity of a state protecting an industrial comicialy to Mary He The Mexican Foreign Ministry plex along Ihe roaring d lfcc sippi burst Wednesday night Pralersto llcr wh the f i f 11 n I 1 r r U international situation darker Union tellers announced Abel Donald bow out gracefully with 5Gycarold secretarytreasurer out creating a fuss that might Later three secondarylevees aml morc llnccrtain lhan cver sn MVP also of the USW beat longtime Prcs denl David J McDonald by 10 142 voles in the Feb 9 election Neither Abel nor McDonald as present at a news confer ence where the results were re riorlcd Both were expected lo iiave statements Inter The tellers report said Abel polled 308910 votes and McDon ald 2987fiS The main question now further complicate steel indus try negotiations avc way one developing a now lhal gravc ncw thrcats ash But most ofthe 5endangering the supreme benc lQIO At lhal time it was known Savings Bank with lhc F 0 who i eminent law and order Estimates of the dead ranged from 400 to more than 1000 DOMINICAN Please turn to Page 2 State taxes come due DES MOINES midnight is the legal for filing 1964 Iowa state income tax returns but it will be okay regain control of the armed rebel bands which in clude many young civilians American officials are filed no later than strongly that it would be neccsMondaY sary for American troops lo oc We cant extend the cupy Santo Domingo to end said Tax Commission rn nOOaere area remained undamfit of world pcace aged behind sandbags1 He did not specifically name Two months of bargaining Qwncy has become a railroad any world trouble spot but he center because of the floods secmcci to The Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad the Chicago vict Nam Partlcllai Milwaukee St Paul and Pacific03 announced unexpectedly has been forced to or 1U1ULIH MJnson cuci a sensij Railroad and other carriers reThursday also was issued JLCP evokes painful bic thing in sending Marines to time lost during the hot McDon aldAbel contest was one of the prime reasons union officials agreed to extension of the strike deadline in exchange for a tem porary 115cent hourly pay raise A complete contract re mains to be negotiated during of the few points where they can the truce period ending Sept 1 cross the river e clcnollncM acts of S McDonald reportedly wrote to Secretary of Labor W Willard said Mexico hopes Ihe stay US troops in Ihe Dominican5700 was ncvcr Republic would be as brief as possible Referring to previous Marine occupations of the Dominican Republic Haili Nicaragua and Mexico1 Veracruz the ministry said it regrets without disrc HARRISBURG Pa AP Sard to the humanitarian rca Former President Dwighl D sons invoked that the US govEisenhower said Friday that m nnr ha c nnnn t Johnson did a sensii fighting The rebels are a determined group of people who have Chairman X T Prentis but if the return gets to us by Men will be no penalty Ike backs LBJ action HARRISBURG Pa Al ormcr President Dwighl routed their main lines through a background of strife in the the city because Quincy is oncDominican Republic Th as rnes o American citizens in the tries of this hemisphere Thc statement added that Mexico sincerely desires and strifetorn Dominican Republic l hopes the Domnican peoc w ddcd II MCDONALD ABEL whether McDonald head of the union since 1952 will seek a ncw election under federal la bor law thus perhaps clouding steel contract negotiations dur ing the fourmonth strike truce ending Sept 1 Abel will take office June 1 for a fouryear term recently lhal if he to drop be assured there were no clccj tion irregularities he would ac cept the verdict of the union membership Thc Labor Department had observers prcscnl during the vote tally by agreement of both sides A top spokesman for the Abel camp said Abels forces would cooperate in any Labor Depart ment investigation against unarmed civilians Minnesota fire damage at MADELIA Minn It had been reported earlier destroyed an eightlane bowling alley at Madelia 20 miles south la warfare and of crest well as the practice of holding he able to solve their internal and immediately hostages and of taking reprisals problems without any direct or U eontro1AS Ive told my indirect foreign influence friends there is only one man who can handle foreign relations and thats the Presi dent It looks to me like hes done a sensible thing Eisenhower commented on the Dominican situation during a trainsidc interview following his return with his wife Ma mic from their annual winter vacation in Palm Desert Calif North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy locally warm er Friday night lows in the 50s Saturday fair and a little warmer highs in the 80s i Weather Details on Page 2 that much of Abels majority was won in Canada Joseph P Molony was de clared the elected vice presi dent and Walter J Burke secre tarytreasurer They ran on Abels ticket Thc report said Molony de feated incumbent IT o w a r d Hague 300419 to 278786 Burke polled 3132f votes to defeat Al Whitehouse who had 266381 west of Mankato Friday A wall of the building col lapsed destroying a dozen pieces of farm machinery on an adjacent lot Loss was estimated at about The Veterans of Foreign Warsj clubrooms next door to the bowling flllcy reported heat smokciand water damage ifr DOMINGO ANXIOUS LAO Bold Lad the favorite to win next Saturdays Kentucky Derby appeared anxious to go during exercise session Friday morniny This was his last tuneup before the race See story on Page 10 SAME i Phnlofjc DOMINICAN REPUBLIC SITUATION Civil war activity is centered in the vicinity of Santo Do mingo top map U S forces are using the San Isiclrp air base No 1 for landing site for troops and heli copter evacuation center for US nationals and other civilians Attacks on the police headquarters No 2 have been beaten off by forces loyal to the junta US Marines killed two in driving off band of five snipers attacking US Embassy No 3 Rebel forces are centered in New City No 4 a low income hous ing project   

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