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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 25, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                4 measure set aside Deals with delinquents DES MOINES AP The Iowa House laid aside tempo rarily Tuesday a bill to revise and recodify state laws dealing with Dependent neglected and delinquent children Rep Kenneth Robinson D Bayard proposed Monday to open to public inspection rec ords of the findings and proceed ings of the juvenile court in criminal cases His amendment still was on file Tuesday Robinson the only newspaper man in the legislature was leading a fight to relax provi sions of the bill regarded by many newsmen as unduly re strictive of press access to infor mation on juvenile court mat ters His amendment would define all petitions informations or in dictments notices orders de crees and judgments in criminal cases before the juvenile court as public records It also would declare peace officers records of children ex cept on certain offenses exempt ed by the act to be public rec ords and would strike from the bill a provision that no photo graph or fingerprints of a chile taken into custody for any pur pose may be taken without the consent of the court Robinson would declare pro ceedings concerning delinquency petitions filed by parents peti tions on neglected children ju venile probation officers re ports and reports on juvenile homes to be off the public rec ord to be released only if the court authorizes it Both he and Rep William Wil son DCedar Falls sought to strike a ban on the publication of a juveniles name or picture unless he was indicted or charged by information with a felony without the courts con sent Resisting the effort for more press access to such proceed ings were most of the lawyer members of the House Rep Lee Gaudineer DDes Moincs pushed through Mon clay an amendment to Robin sons amendment striking from the definition of public records the courts findings and any mo tions made in closed hearings before the juvenile court Discuss pay increase for state workers DES MOINES AP State employes from the governo down are in line for pay raise under an appropriations bill be fore the House Tuesday afte receiving 550 approval in thi Senate The measure would appro priate million a year run various departments of state government for the bien nium starting July 1 That is million more than Gov Harold Hughes recommended and million more a year than was appropriated for the current twoyear period The bill passed almost exact ly as recommended by the Sen ate Appropriations Committee although there were bipartisan attempts to provide some pay raises higher than those in the original bill The only change from the The newspaper that mokes all North 16 wans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 25 1945 IDc a Paper Consists of Two AuocUted Full Lease No 91 imit bill debate Superrockef scores again CAPE KENNEDY Ma The Saturn 1 super thundered to its ninth straight successful test light Tuesday and drilled into orbit a mammoth space nrd satellite to climax a spectacular early morning aunching The satellite Pegasus 2 unfolded two giant wings o a span of 96 feet greater than most fourengine airliners and began swooping through space like a reat bird It was to measure tiny meteoroids and the hazard Athey pose to astronauts committee recommendation was in the pay of the industrial com missioner who now receives 500 a year The committee rec ommended but the Sen ate made it a year Three attempts to give Dis trict Court and Iowa Supreme Court judges more than the committee recommended were voted down District Court judges now are paid a year but would receive under the bill Supreme Court justices pay would go from to a year The maximum expense allow ance for District Court and Su preme Court judges would be raised from to a day plus travel costs for days they are out of their home counties Heiress found dead of home GROSSE POINTE Mich AP Ethel DuPont Warren heiress to one of the worlds largest fortunes and exwife of Franklin D Roosevelt Jr was found dead in her home Tues day Police said her death was an apparent suicide North Iowa Weather outlook Variable cloudiness w i t h showers and thunderstorms over 30 to 40 per cent of the area Tuesday night and Wed nesday Lows Tuesday night 5567 A little cooler Wednes day highs in the 70s Gusty winds Tuesday night Weather on Page 2 Astronaut to leave spaceship jj HOUSTON Tex The manned spacecraft center con irmed Tuesday that astronaut Edward H White II will leave Ills spaceship completely during he approaching fourday Gemi ni flight Dr R o b e r t R Gilruth manned spacecraft director said at a news conference that White if conditions are favorj able will open the righthand hatch of his spacecraft and float 25 feet into space at the end of a tether Gilruth said White 34 an Air Force major will be in space 22 minutes beginning in the second orbit over Hawaii Nearly 10 minutes of the ac tivity will be completely outside the spacecraft The decision was delayed un til Tuesday Gilruth said so fi nal qualification tests could be completed on the spacecraft space suit individual life sup port pack and the contains oxygen lines Command pilot James M Mc Divitt may open his own hatch to help his space partner so that both astronauts are exposed to the space environment simul taneously McDivitt also will photograph White while the lat ter is outside the ship Attempt to cut foreign aid amount WASHINGTON AP A group of House Republicans who call themselves a minori ty of the minority plannec Tuesday to try to cutup to million from President Johnsons foreign aid author zation bill One of the Republicans Rep E Ross Adair of Indiana told a reporter he expected to offer a least one or perhaps two amendments in that range to give House members who op pose foreign aid spending a chance to pare the authoriza pose making lengthy space trips Each time the thin metallic skin of Pegasus 2 is penetrated by one of the streaking cosmic bullets the satellite is to emil an electronic squawk to be recorded in a memory device and radioed to earth on com mand The 18storytall Saturn 1 the worlds most powerful rocket uttered a mighty roar and senl a waterfall of flame cascading over its launching pad as i flashed to life at am after a perfect countdown The massive firststage power plant a cluster of eight engines generated 15 million pounds o thrust It was the first time that Sat rn 1 had been launched in arkness and it provided early ising missile watchers with rilliant performance of noise and fire It illuminated Cape Kenned as if it were midday A great thunderclap rollec across the cape and a 300foo ail of flame fanned out behinc he booster as it raced towarc pace After 2V2 minutes the hydro enpowered second stage ignit ed and pushed the satellite into orbit The National Aeronautics and Space Administration an nounced that Pegasus 2 was in an orbit ranging from about 320 o 460 miles high Personnel at the West Indies racking station on Antigua watched on closedcircuit space television as the satellites tvings unfolded like an accord an high above the Atlantic some 2000 miles southeast of Cape Kennedy They said a camera mounted on the second stage provided clear pictures of the deploy ment Theburnedout second stage remained attached to the satel lite for stabilization Total tion Adair was far from optimist about his chances of succeeding The composition of the Housi las changed since two year ago when he led a successfu Republican attempt to slash foreign aid by more than million Not only do Democrats have s opheavy majority in th House but they can count or considerable support among Re publicans Cloture vote 70 yes 30 no WASHINGTON The Senate clamped a tight time limit Tuesday on further debate on the voting rights bill urged by President Johnson The action was regarded as assuring the measures early passage The vote to put the Senates cloture or debating closing time into effect was 70 for and 30 against This was three more than the required twothirds ma jority The debate restriction limits to one hour each sen ators speaking time on the bill and all amendments from now on Debate on the bill began April 22 Most of the 100 senators will not make use of their allotted time and leaders were hopeful of passing the bill Wednesday if not Tuesday night Sen Sam J Ervin Jr DNC a key spokesman for Southern senators who have denounced the bill as unconstitutional told newsmen he intended to call up 10 or 11 more amendments but would spend only a few minutes on each The way things are he said f dont think I could even get a denunciation of the Cruci fixion into the bill Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois a major architect of the administration bill said that except for Ervins amendments he expected only three or four others to be of fered Dirksen said he thought the bill mightbe passed Tuesday night as did Democratic Lead er Mike Mansfield of Montana This was only the second time lie Senate has invoked its de latelimitation rule on a civil measure The first time vas the 7129 vote to shut off debate on last years general ivil rights bill The vote then came on the 75th day of debate and throttled a Southern fili iuster In August 19G2 a twothirds majority also was obtained to cut off a filibuster against the jill establishing the Communi cations Satellite Corp That was he first time in 25 years that the cloture rule had been suc cessfully invoked Tuesdays vote for cloture had jeen indicated by an advance Associated Press poll showing 62 senators committed to vote or it and 26 opposed Of the 12 who didnot commit themselves in the poll nine vot ed for cloture on last years test and two voted against it The other uncommitted senator was weight was 23000 pounds Offi cials said the payload would be visible in areas of the world over which it passed at night time The launching was the second of three planned in the Pegasus series which draws its name from the flying horse of Greek mythology The first Pegasus has been circling the earth since last Feb 16 Although its panels have been peppered by thou sands of tiny metcoroids space agency officials say its findings have generated confidence tha properly designed manned sat ellite surfaces will be able to withstand the impacts Orbiting of Pegasus 2 actually was a secondary goal of the launching The main purpose was to further evaluate the Sat urn 1 forerunner of the mighty Saturn 5 rocket which is being developed to launch American astronauts to the moon GIANT SATURN ROCKET AS IT LOOKED 130 MILES FROM CAPE KENNEDY Photofax Disagree over jet raids Did MIGs or US planes hit Viet Nam outpost Seeks final report on Dennler investigation DES MOINES AP Rep LaMar Foster DWcst Branch said Tuesday he would seek to bring up again Wednesday a resolution declaring that an unjustified stigma has been placed on Richard Dennler un less he is assured that a final report of an investigating com mittee is filed before the end of the session Foster had asked the House Monday to pass a resolution saying that an unjustified stig ma had been placed on Dennler who was discharged as state milk sanatarian in the LeMars area by Democratic Secretary of Agriculture Kenneth Owen early this year The House voted down 5318 to delay consideration of the mo tion after Rep Lloyd Jackson DClinton a member of the leg islative committee which inves tigated Dennlers firing and the Agriculture D e p a r t ments charges against him said the committees report in the case is in the process of being pre pared Foster said five days of hear ings on the Dennler case had been held early in April no re port has yet been filed and I dont think there was any inten tion by the committee to file a final report until this resolution wan introduced SAIGON South Viet Nam Iffl planes strafed a South Vietnamese outpost five miles from the 17th Parallel Tuesday and US military spokesmen disagreed among themselves as whether the raiders were Communist MIGs or straying American fighters Four planes hit the outpost at Gia Linh in a single pass two shooting and two flying top cov er and then sped out to sea Five Vietnamese were wounded STRAFING locates area Photofax AREA Map where four planes made a strafing attack on a post South Vietnamese out Inside The Globe a truck was destroyed and a bulldozer was set afire US military spokesman at the Da Nang air base about 100 miles from the scene said the planes presumably were MIGs He said however base intelli gence officers had not finally determined what kind of air craft was involved Brig Gen Nguyen Chanh Thi Vietnamese military command er of tbe area said he suspected they were Communist Chinese planes Thi reported witnesses told George Murphy RCalif who was not in the Senate last year Moving toward the vote on debate limitation the Senate CLOTURE Please Turn to Page 2 Government form vote running light Officer father testify at Smidt murder trial Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 8 Society 91011 Sports 1314 Farm news 15 Calvin W Anderson Mason City police officer told a Dis trict Court jury Tuesday that on March 15 at approximately pm a boy walked into the Mason City Police Station and said I shot my mother The police officer identified the boy as Paul Smidt 54 who is on trial charged with mur dering Amelia Smidt Anderson was the first wit ness for the state He was fol lowed to the witness stand by Mason City news 161726 Latest markets 16 Comics 18 North Iowa news 19 Classified pages 2425 MARINE DIES NEW CASTLE Gen Thomas Holcomb 85 first Marine to attain fourstar rank and former commandant of the Corps died Monday Holcornb who served as commandant of the Marine Corps from 1936 to 1943 retired in 1944 j Louie H Smidt adoptive father of the defendant The elder Smidt related to the jury how he came to his iarm home near Nora Springs the afternoon of March 15 and found his wife dead on a sidewalk out side the house He said he felt her hands and face and they were cold and that he attempted to carry her inside the house but could not lift her It was then he said that he noticed blood all around her neck Smidt said he covered the body then wont to tell relatives in the area that his wife had been shot By the time he re turned Smidt said officers were at his home Hn said when he was driving tome before finding his wifes body that he saw his other car coming out of the driveway and iiead in the opposite direction He was not able to identify the driver Under cross examination Smidt said when Paul drove the car to the police station to re port the shooting it w a s the irst time to his knowledge the boy had driven a car on the highway Jurors chosen to hear the case in Judge C H Wilds court arc Mary Fishheck 112E W State Warren Wagner 2044 S Wilson Irene Clark 112 S Tennessee Arlcne Cunningham 224 28th SW Margaret Payne 211 6th NW Edna Lawrence Clear Lake Mildred Nelson 931 8th NE Joe Smcdlcy 1316 10th SE Gcncvieve Stoyles Clear Lake Mae Cota 829 3rd SW Thomas Halloran 1115 4th SW and Hans Jensen Clear Lake Alternates arc Arlenc Bcrric 2107 S Madison and Ruth Sondrol Clear Lake him the raiders were black MIGs with no wing markings Other Da Nang sources how ever denied that the raiders vere black American military spokesmen n Saigon 380 miles farther south told newsmen the strafing vas done by four US jet fight ers flying off course Both Navy and Air Force planes were in olved in raids during the day on North Viet Nam A high US authority here said Vietnamese spotted American stars on the planes that hit the outpost and the ini ial investigation showed they fired 20mm cannon shells No MIGs are armed with 20mm cannon he said Our best information indicates that the planes were not enemy air craft This authority said a final re port will be made after further investigation of the shell frag ments but added We arc 99 per cent sure of our initial find ings The American report in Da Nang that the planes were pre sumed to be MIGs was at first denied by a US official in Sai gon Later he amended his statement saying the US spokesman in Da Nang had giv en such information The Saigon story however was that the Da Nang spokesman jumped to the conclusion MIGs have figured in three incidents north of the border The Sovietdesigned fighters With an 88degrce tempera ture in downtown Mason City and skies varying between sun ny and partly cloudy voting was running light at pm Tuesday Voting on the councilman ager plan of city government was well behind both the 1948 and 1953 elections on the same proposition Both times the councilmanager plan was de feated The 1556 ballots cast at pm Tuesday compared with 4358 on Nov 2 1948 and 1829 on April 28 1953 In the last vote the final count showed 2277 Yes and 2688 No The proposal on which the voters decided was the same in the other two to change the form of municipal government of the city of Mason City Iowa to the councilman ager form of municipal govern ment by election be adopted The eight polling places re main open until 8 pm The com parative vote at pm for the three elections on the prop osition was There has been some change 5n precinct bound aries so they are not exactly Prec 11 21 12 22 13 23 14 24 1948 507 476 752 433 862 381 712 235 1953 168 225 315 164 389 159 313 96 1965 134 181 290 144 220 228 250 111 4358 1829 1556 shot down two supersonic F105 fighterbombers from American squadrons that were bombing a bridge 65 miles south of Hanoi April 4 VOTING daughters of Mrs Tel Pappa john 321 Willowbrook Drive hang on the voting booth curtains as she casts her ballot in Tuesdays election on whether Mason City should adopt the councilmanager form of government The girls ara DianaJ5 and Andrea 1V A T   

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