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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 6, 1965, Mason City, Iowa I The newspaper that makes ell North lowqns neighbors Edition VOL its MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY t 1HS UOe Conilsts of Two Preu Full LMM No 71 rnado hits Iowa More than a by storm in tour counties By CHARLIS W WALK North Director It bore the name of Tornado and it brought devastation to North Iowa Wednesday night That is the simple way to describe the storm which cut a 50milelohg of destruc tion across the areas fertile farm land There is no simple way to describe what the storm left in its wake through four counties First there are the injured More than a dozen North lowans were treated for in juries received in the twister An Osage couple Mr and Mrs Clifford Canny was hurt the worst Mrs Canny was reported in poor condition at anOsage hospital with undetermined in juries and her husband was in good condition suffering from a broken pelvis The Cannys and their three children were in their farm home miles northeast of Osage when the storm struck around 8 pm The family tried to getto the basement but before they could the twister struck the house rolled it off its founda tion and pinned the Cannys beneath a wall The Canny children Vida 18 Betty 15 and Richie 12 were treated for minor injuries and released Other Osage area persons in jured included Mr and Mrs Maurice Muller and their throe children All were treated Wed nesday night and released In the Riceville area the in jured included Mr and Mrs Floyd McKenna and Mrs John Murphy All were treated at a Riceville hospital and released Second there is the personal properly losses The total ex lent of these losses may not be known for several days Heavy rains which accompanied the twister turned already soft rural roads into rutted mud holes By Thursday morning how ever extensive damage had been reported to more than 20 farms in Cerro Gordo Floyd Mitchell and Howard counties Miraculously no North Iowa town suffered the full affects of the twister Accompanying high winds did however disrupt power and communication facilities in a number of com munities The twister apparently en tered North Iowa in Cerro Gordo County and struck the Art Harris farm five miles southeast of Mason City There it destroyed a barn and ma chine shed but left the house standing Next the tornado touched down on the William Marshall farm 2Vi miles north of Nora Springs in Floyd County There a barn machine shed corn crib and garage were de stroyed Marshalls wife was at a meeting and Marshall was vis iting his parcnls in Nora Springs when the twister struck about p m A neighbor who happened lo be driving by Ihe farm just after the twister struck went to Nora Springs to tell Marshall I though he was kidding at first Marshall said because in Nora Springs all there was OAS joint force WASHINGTON AP The Organization Slates made of American a historic break from tradition early Thursday and voted to establish an inter American military force in the Republic The force will include some of the approximately 20000 US Marines and paratroopers al ready patrolling the Dominican capital of Santo Domingo As other nations contribute to the joint force part of the US contingent will be withdrawn Ellsworth Bunker US ambas sador lo the OAS told the American nations He said he was speaking on the authoriza lionof President Johnson who had been urging since last week that an interAmerican military force be set up in the riottorn Caribbean republic Paraguay and Venezuela an nounced they were ready to con tribute military units to the new force Costa Rica which has no regular army offered police tmils Argentina and Brazil it was indicated also are consid ering sending mililary forces There was no indication on the total forces the olher hemi sphere nations might contribute nor Ihe dale of their probable arrival in the Dominican Re public The vote was a departure from the OAS tradition of non inlervention in the Western Hemisphere Never before had such a joint force of American nations been created formally to go into a country beset by inter nal turmoil although various natipns contributed military assistance during the Cuban missile crisis in the fall of 1962 The purpose of the joint force the OAS declared is to establish a climate of and con ciliation permitting the func tioning of democratic institu tions in the Dominican Repub lic The OAS action came on the heels of these USDominican developments US government sources made public a list of 58 alleged Communists and Caslroiles who it said were involved in the Communist bid lo lake conlrol of theDominican Republic A State Department spokes man commenting on the report ed inslallation of rebel Col Francisco Caamano Deno as president of Ihe Dominican Re public said theUnited States feels there is no effective gov ernment at the present time in the riottorn Caribbean nation President Johnson con ferred at the While House with former Gov Luis Munoz Marih of Puerto Rico George E Reedy White House press sec retary said afterwardsthat the Dominican situationand LatinAmerican affairs in gen eral Pair of satellites launched One rocket carries load CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP Titan 3A two satellites rockcl carrying flung ils third million for building DES MOINES bill to appropriate 3 million for con slruction of a new state office building was passed unanimous ly by the House Thursday The bill goes back to the Sen ale for action on a House amendment As passed by the Senate the bill would have ap propriated million for the building which will be part of a 20year slale Capitol grounds expansion and building pro gram LBJ backed on closing of VA facilities WASHINGTON AP The House Appropriations Commit tee Thursday supported Presi dent Johnsons proposed closing of veterans facilities and ap proved his request for 000 for public building construc tion in 31 cities Its action was in connection with a appropria tion bill financing 24 federal agencies and programs for the fiscal year starting July I The bill is scheduled for House de bate next week Its total is 815000 less than the President requested stage into orbit as a flying launch platform Thursday trigger a series of intended orb itshifting space acrobatics The 124 foot tall booslei blazed away from Cape Kenne dy The satellites were to be re leased at pm after the third stage called a transtage fired its engines for a third time each time changing orbit The Air Force reported 33 minutes after the 10 am EST launching thai Ihe transtage had fired successfully the first time and propelled itself into a circular orbit 115 miles high Packed in its nose were an 80 pound experimental communi cations satellite and a 75pound sphere to help cali biale radars and radio systems in Americas worldwide salel TORNADO DAMAGE The house onthe Maurice Muller farm miles southeast of Osage sits askew after being struck by Wednesday nights tornado Mr and MrsMuller were injured slightly when caught in the house All the other buildings on the farm were destroyed by the twister and several head of hogs which were housed in the barn bot tom of were killed lite tracking network After one90minute circuit of the globe in the initial orbit the transtage was to restart ils en gines and swing into an ellipli cal palh ranging from 115 lo 1725 miies high When the translagc reached the high point of Ihe eggshaped orbit the second time planned for 4 hours 24 minutes after launching a third ignition was to circularize the course at 1725 miles and the two satellites were to be kicked free Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 910llj Rest in Klansmans trial HAYNEVILLE la AP a story told earlier by the The defense rested its case inlproseculions chief wilness Sports 1314 CubGazette 15 Mason City news 1617 Latest markets 16 Clear Lake news 1819 North news Comics 20 21 Classified pages 2223 the civil rights murder trial ofj a young Ku Klux Klansman Thursday after FBI agents testi fied thai a gun identified as Ihe one which killed Ihe civil rights worker was not lesled for finger prints Attorney Matt H Murphy Jr Gary Thomas Rowc Jr Circuit Solicitor Arthur E Gamble Jr the chief prosecu lor did not indicale immediate ly whether he would put in rc bullal Icstimony If not the case would go to the jury this afternoon in the fourlh day of brought his Icstimony to anlhc trial abrupt close after questioning six witnesses in an effort lo dis Thc defendant Collie Lcroy Wilkins Jr 21 did not testify One of Ihe defense witnesses Mrs Lorene Frederick gave She said il was about 01 10 pm which would be about what could be an alibi for hours and approximately 125 kins guiles away from the scene of Mrs Frederick who opcralcslhe slaying a cafe at Bessemer Ala said Wilkins Rowe and two other Klansmcn also charged with On crossexamination how ever Mrs Frederick said she killing Mrs Viola Liuzzo a Dewasnt sure of the time and il troit Mich civil rights workeiycould have been later that night North Iowa Weather outlook Variable cloudiness through Friday with scattered show ers and thunderstorms affect ing about 30 per cent of the area Thursday night and early Friday Lows Thursday night in mid to upper 50s Turning cooler Friday highs in low to were in her place the night of The jurors questions followed mid 70s March 25 when Mrs Liuzzo recess aflcr Gamble rcslccl Ihe slain slalcs case Weather Details on Page 2 Remap plan would have impact on N Iowa By Staff Representative DES Iowa Sen ale passed and sent lo the House late Wednesday a Demo cratic temporary plan of re apportionment giving populous areas more Scnalc strength The vote was 3422 along al most straight party lines All but one Republican sena tor James Briles of Corning voted against it Sen Franklin Main of Lambni was the only Democrat to oppose it The bill will prevent the re turn of five incumbent Repub licans to the Scnalc next year This drew fire of Republican senators who pointed oul there would be no such effecl on any Democrats One oC the Republican casual lies was Sen Leo Elthon of Fertile Ellhon who has missed near ly allof the current session be causn of illness was ruled out when the bill was amended un expectedly lale Wednesday to change the alignment of Norlh Iowa scnalorial districts Only Cerro Gordo Counly re mained unchanged from Ihe original bill 11 continues lo have one scnalor The amendment offered by Sen John Burcn DForcsl Cily was adopted by a standing vole with no apparent opposition 1 Sen John Kibbic DEmmels burg chief author of the Demo cralic plan that provides for a temporary filmcmbcr Scnalc and a 124mcmber House said he had no violent objections to the Burcn amendment The amended plan provides the following North Iowa sena torial districts WorlhWinne ba goHancock Wright Hamil ton Franklin Hardin Grundy and ButlerFloydMilchcll Under Ihe original Kibbic pro posal the North Iowa riislricLs were Winnebago Hancock Wright Worth Mitchell Floyd HamillonHardin and Grundy BullerFranklin The change that put Ellhon former governor and lieutenant 6 governor into the new Hancock WinnebagoWorlh dislricl will prevent him from running for reelection in 1966 This is because Burcn who also will be in the new district still has two years to run on his term Sen Raymond H a g i e R Clarion said he supporlcd Burens amendment because it puls Wright County in a sena torial district where its voters will he able lo elect a senator lor a fouryear term This is something he added which Wright County voters havent been able lo do for Ihe last Iwo elections In 1962 Hagic pointed out Wright Counly was attached lo Cerro Gordo County as a sena torial district and lhat district already was represented by for mer Sen Leigh Curran Mason Cily In 1964 Hagic was elected to the Scnalc to represent REMAP Turn to 2 was a litlle wind After I look a second look at his face how ever I knew he was telling the truth Windows in the Marshall home were smashed by flying corn cobs which were still in the kilchen Thursday morning Other than some shingles oft Ihe roof that was all the dam age to the home A tree at least three feet in diameter which grew about 15 feet from the se was snapped off about six feet above the ground The twister continued its northeastern path and next touched down at the B G Bud Clifford farm about Ui miles northeast of Marshalls farm on the FloydMitchell County line The Cliffords their three chil dren and Iwo grandchildren were eating supper when Ihe storm struck about pm We didnt have any warn ing at all Clifford recalls One minulewe were eating and Ihe next minule every plale that had beeji on the table was on the floor So strong was the wind lhat Ihe Cliffords were unable lo get the door open which leads to the basement Rugs in the liv ing room of the Clifford house were picked up by t h e wind and blown into the bathroom Aclually the Clifford house lad little damage compared with the rest of the farmstead The enclosed portion of the back porch was blown but that was the only noticeable dam age The storm did however de stroy a barn machine shed and several smaller buildings on lha Clifford farm One of these smailcr buildings was a shed housing 23 ducks By Thursday morning Mrs Clifford had found 19 of the ducks but not Ihe shed Another shed which housed smallcalf was found in pieces in the Cliffords grove After the storm subsided the calf was found on Ihe back steps of Ihe house apparently unharmed More than 30 trees were broken off or unrooted on the Clifford farm The storm next touched down at the Rock Creek Lutheran Church 8 miles southwest of Osage Part of the churchs roof was torn off and large trees nearby were uprooted Soma shingles were torn off the par sonage roof and a smaller Ires caused slight damage to an ad joining garage Continuing northeast the storm next struck the Muller farm Mrs Muller was in the bath room and Muller was in Ihe liv ing room with their two children Lynn and Lance Muller saw the twister uproot two trees from his groye and was laking bis family lo Ihe basement when the house was struck The house was moved off the foundation and the Mul lers trapped throughout the night in the debris Buildings also were dcstroycrl on the Jean Olson farm just threefourths mile from tha Muller farm The twister crossed Highway 9 about two miles west of Osago and continued northeast and crossed Highway 218 about miles north of the Mitchell Coun ty seat On its way to theLiltle Cedar area the storm destroyed build ings on the Earl Wagner Fran ces Jacobs Charles Asfahl Carl Christianson Lawrence Olson Charles Petcfish and Canny farms The storm next struck north of Riceville on the MilcheH CountyHoward County line On the John Murphy farm Mr and Mrs Murphy were milking in Ihe barn when the twister hit Airs Murphy suffered an ankle injury when the barn collapsed STORM Turn to Pago 2 SAME DAT BUchVlM Dulfc Part 34 Bmiri
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