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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Homo Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 3 WS UOc Paper Consist of Two Associated Preu FulS No 124 FOCUS on North Iowa Osoge bounty hunters seek industry By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa Director OSAGE In the days of Wild West a man who tracked down outlaws for the rewards offered was known as a bounty hunter The community leaders of this Mitchell County city arent try ing to bring back the days of the Wild West but they are trying to turn every North lowan into a modern kind of bounty hunter The Osage leaders arent ask ing anyone to do something as dangerous as tracking down a desperado They are merely asking people to help Osage at tract new industry And they are willing to pay for this help At a meeting of the Osage Development Corp last week a plan was approved by which awards will be presented to in dividuals or organizations which are instrumental in locating new industries in this com munity of 3800 The amount of the cash re wards will depend on the num ber of production workers em ployed by the new industry The minimum reward will be and the maximum reward will be The reward will be based on for each production worker in the new industry exclusive of office or management staff One of the conditions of the plan is that the industry be located within five miles of Osage An other condition is that the in dustry employ at least five pro duction workers The final de termination of the amount of the reward will be based on the number of production workers employed at the industry six months after the start of opera tion Although the plan was the brainchild of the Osage De velopment Corp the actual money for the rewards will coma from funds made available from the Osage municipal utilities It is only logical that the municipal utility company be involved in any industrial de velopment according to Elgin Enabnit Osage mayor and president of the development corporation After all Enabnit points FOCUS Turn to Page 2 Holiday toll rises A FATHERS CONCERN An anguished Tony Hunter kneels be side his badly injured son Ronnie 12 after the youths bicycle was Photofax struck on a rainslick street in In dianapolis A fireman comforts the boy while waiting for an ambulance to arrive Working despite strike 76 planes Powder Puff derby EL CAJON Calif entysix manned by off Saturday in the 1965 version of the Powder Puff Derby a contest for fun and prizes that will end three and onehalf days hence in Chatta cjcie whether nooga Tcnn disabled Time clocks are the big factor in choosing the winner So the copilot of last year winning twosome Mary Aikin of Wichita Kan plans to wea tennis shoes My main duly Mrs Aikin said is to run like a gazelle I the clock at each stop She figures tennis shoes will give her better traction A short skirt a lesson learned the hard in her strategy too Her pilot Mary Ann Noah explained that the pair won the 1964 race from Fresno Calif to Atlantic City NJ despite skirt trouble It seems Mrs Aikins stand ardlength skirtgot caught in the door during one leg of the flight and the rules dont per mit opening of the doors once the propeller is turning That skirt cost us about 10th of a knot an hour said Mrs Noah Mrs Noah of Shawnee Mis sion Kan has flown in the der by since 19fiO She and her a short skirt this time regard the sprint to the lime clock as such an important part of the race that they practiced it on their way to California About their ages Were no grandmothers and were prctt close to 40 But call us rcspecta blc 30 said Mrs Aikins Disability law now effective DES MOINES W For the first time Sunday law will include provisions for spelling out just when and how someone can take over the governors office in case the governor is disabled The new law drawn by the 1965 legislature and signed by Gov Harold Hughes provides for a three member committee to de Lehigh plant operating here Workers in the Mason City plant of the Lehigh Portland Ce ment Company were on the job Saturday despite a strike called by the United Cement Lime and Gypsum Workers union Neither Robert A Speidel Dlant manager nor Marvin Wade president ot the Iocs union could be reached for statement There were no pickets at th plant and hauling of cement b Mitchell Transport Inc wa continuing as usual Were just waiting for word said an em a governor is The Iowa Constitution spells out a chain of succession in case of disability of the governor But backers of the bill includ ing Hughes foresaw a possibili ty that a governor might be un able to say whether he was dis abled What if I were to fall over right here in this chair Hughes remarked one day while discussing the bill with news men He said a governor also could e mentally disabled though in isting that he was in fine fettle The new law is designed to rovide for handling these imilar circumstances anc The law says that whenever t appears that the governor if mable to discharge the duties his office for reason of dis ability the committee to nam successor may be called to ethcr The call may be issuec jy the lieutenant governor or th chief justice of the Iowa Su prcme Court The committee would includ the chief justice the state d rector of mental health and th dean of medicine at the Univer sity of Iowa If either the men la I health director or the dea were not a licensed physician he could assign a physician fron cause of the dis the union repre Urge patience on Rhodesian independence LONDON Phil ps address calling for palience n the issue of Rhodesian inde endence was described Salur ay by The Daily Mirror as an stonishing royal speech There also was surprise in liplomatic circles that Prince hilip should have expressed limself so forcibly Friday on a current diplomatic controversy The Mirror said It is with out precedent in modern times or a member of the royal fam ly directly to intervene with an expression of personal views on subject of high political con rovcrsy The newspaper added in po itical circles it is felt that the speech might cause the prime minister some embarrassment ExPolish diplomat Jan Wszelaki dies WASHINGTON W Jan H Wszelaki 70 former Polish dip lomat and lately a political sci ence teacher at American Uni versity died Thursday of a brain tumor He was minister ploye Collective bargaining headway was given as pute between sentatives and company offi cials at Allentown Pa home office of Lehigh An official at the home office said the contract with the union expired May 1 and no agree ON GUARD AT QUI NHON A US Ma rine holds his weapon at the ready as he stands on one of the two dominant hills overlooking Qui Nhon South Viet Nam Marines were flown to PholoTax Qui Nhon from the carrier Iwo Jima after intel ligence reports of a planned mortar attack on the town by Viet Cong forces mcnt for a new contract has been reached Only six of Lehighs 12 plants were said to be affected They are at Alsen N Y Fogelsville Pa Buffalo N Y Union bridge Md Micthell Ind and Mason City Rites set for drowning victim at Charles City CHARLES services for CITY Rodney Funeral Meineke Quake I shakes Aleutians ANCHORAGE Alaska A sharp earthquake rattled Um nak Island far out in the Aleu tian chain Friday doing little damage but touching off a tidal wave alert which caused thou sands to flee from Pacific Ocean beaches No tidal wave developed Beaches were thronged with families basking inwarm sun shine on the first evening ol the long Fourth of July weekend when the alert was issued Evacuations were carried out in Alaska British Columbia Reds continue mortar attacks on Viet bases SAIGON South Viet Nam AP The Communist Viet Cong continued for the third day Saturday their latest series of mortar attacks on American Vietnamese airfields They shelled the base at Can Tho South Viet Nams third largest city US military spokesmen said the guerrillas first fired 20 to 30 rounds into the edge of the field They hit several outposts 3000 yards from the field with about 10 rounds several hours later 17 will be held Tuesday at the GrossmannHage Funeral Home here The Rev Richard Trosl of St John Lutheran Church will officiate Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery Rodney was drowned Friday afternoon while swimming with companions in an artificial lake near the east city limits The body was recovered from about 15 feet of water Surviving are his parents Mr and Mrs Virgil Meineke two brothers Jcffery and James both at home grandparents No casualties or damage reSouth Korean soldiers were Roads to claim up to 570 Officials are urging caution Death Log 10 am CDT 55 traffic 1 boating 2 drown ng Total 58 CHICAGO AP Generally avorable weather abetted by elease from daily tedium sent millions o motorists onto the highways Saturday amid from safety experts for careful driving The National Safety Council continually alerting motorists and authorities to the need for caution reechoed an earlier plea that the extended Inde pendence Day holiday might put more traffic deaths than ever before in the holiday record books The summer holiday also is dangerous for boaters and swimmers The council said that in the 78 hours starting at 6 pm Friday and ending at midnight Monday suited from either attack the spokesmen said Goverment troops countered with mortar fire of their own and warplanes were sent to the area 80 miles southwest of Sai gon to engage the guerrillas un der the glare of flares A small government force searched the area after dawn but did not find any guerrillas the spokesmen said In other action Friday three his staff to assist the committee The committee would examine LAW Please Turn to Page 2 councilor in Poland at the time of the Communist takeover in 1945 and later served as eco nomic adviser to the Polish gov crnmcntinexile Mr and Mrs Henry Meineke Charles City Mrs Grace Bald win Worlhington Minn Weather outlook Fair Saturday and Sunday Highs Saturday near tht 80s and lows Saturday night 50 to 55 Washington Oregon California and Hawaii Sheep rancher Arthur Harris of Umnak Island telephoned his wife in Anchorage that the shock hit at am Aleutian time pm CDT No injuries were reported Umnak Island is about 875 miles southwest of Anchorage Seismographs in Seattle Wash Victoria BC and Pasa dena Calif recorded the quake at around 7 on the Richtcr scale The disastrous south cen tral Alaska earthquake of March 28 1964 was measured at 83 The tidal wave alert was is sued by the Coast and Geodetic Survey Tidal Wave Warning Center in Honolulu Accuses US of nuclear blackmail wounded none seriously when an electrically detonated Viet Cong mine blew up a truck near Di An the Korean camp north of Saigon a Korean mili tary spokesman said The wounded included the commander of a construction unit the spokesman said The Koreans are part of a contingent of about 2500 serv ing in noncombat roles South Korean President Chung local deaths from traf fic accidents could exceed the 1963 Fourth of July figures when there were 504 dead a record for a threeday observance at the holiday Extreme caution again was urged by the council The safety MOSCOW AP Leonid I Brezhnev accused the United Slates Saturday of nuclear blackmail by claiming it has more nuclear armed intercon tinental missiles than the Soviet Union In Dominican Republic Surgeon leading candidate SANTO DOMINGO Domini can Republic AP A promi nent Dominican surgeon has emerged as the leading presi dential candidate for a provi sional government of this strife torn country He is Dr Felix A Goico 60 member of one of the countrys oldest and wealthiest families The rebels and the military civilian junta said Friday they would accept him There was immediate speculation lhat a provisional government would be formed within a week Dr Goico who has a clinic in international security zone went into rebel territory fre quently during the fighting to treat the wounded He told a newsman Friday that he knows nothing about politics and would be willing to take the job only if no one else can be found satisfactory to both sides Goicos name came up Thurs day at a meeting of the three man Organization of American States negotiating team The rebels proposed him to head the provisional government which is to function until elections are beld in six to nine months If government is formed the next important step will be v getting the rebels to carry out their pledge to turn in their arms Former President Joacjuin Balagucr who returned Monday after three years in exile said he believed many rebels will hide their guns and leave the city Violent incidents are ex pected to continue he said Balagucr described Goico as a nonpolitical figure highly qual ified for the provisional govern ment Balagucr said he would not take part in the provisional gov ernment but would be a presi dential candidate in the elec tions that are to follow Society news Church news 4 Mason City news 67 Latest markets 7 Sports 910 Clear Lake news 11 North Iowa news 11 Editorials 12 Comics J3 Classified pages 15 Ban skate boards on public walks streets PROVIDENCE RI AP An ordinance banning skate boards on public streets anc sidewalks in Providence has been passed by City Council The measure if it is signed by the mayor provides for fines to or jail terms of up to 30 days for use of skate boards Jazz festival continues to be peaceful NEWPORT RI AP At tendance at the 12th Newport Jazz Festival continues small and peaceful There have been no signs so far that a repeat of the 1960 riots is in the making Police arrested 22 persons Thursday night on a variety of minor violations ranging from revelry and littering to violating liquor laws Friday night there were 52 ar rests for similar minor infrac ions About 8500 turned out Friday night for the second evening session of the fourday festiva at the big field at Conncll High way where more than 1200 seats have been set out The number of Soviet missiles is perfectly sufficient to finish off once and for all any aggres sor or any group of aggres sors the first secretary of the oviet Communist party told military officers at the Krcm on any street highway walk or pedestrian mall side Police at the festival gate checked women patrons hand bags and mens clothing to be sure no liquor or weapons wer carried in An advance sale of more tha 45000 tickets for the seven pe formances has put the festiva on a sound fiscal fooling Authorities have banned slee ing on beaches this year n We are satisfied with our ockets he said in an accoun his speech distributed by the ffieial news agency Tass We have achieved importan uccesses in the creation of an missile defense facilities Fur icr important steps were taken lice Parks cabinet decided in Seoul meanwhile to send a combat division and supporting units totaling as many as 15000 soldiers to South Viet Nam Reliable US Navy sources reported that a Russian trawler is cruising off the South Viet namese coast in the vicinity of US 7th Fleet carriers which aunch daily air strikes against North Viet Nam Newsmen flying from Saigon to 7th Fleet ships in recent days have been told unofficially about the trawler One newsman de scribed it as a 150footlong two master vessel with a radar bulb on its superstructure group forecast that between 470 and 570 persons might lose their lives in holiday traffic acci dents Three die on Iowa roads Page 2 ately which raised their ef ciency sharply The United States announced Wednesday that it had 800 Min teman intercontinental ballistic missiles in firing position Intelligence reports available n Washington said the Soviet Union had about 270 interconti nental missiles Mrs JFK children at Hyannis Port HYANNIS PORT Mass AP John F Kennedy and her two children John Jr and aroline arrived at Hyannis Port Mass Friday for a six week visit With Mrs Kennedy and the children were Stephen Smith a brotherinlaw of the late presi dent Smiths children and Mary Kennedy daughter of Sen and Mrs Robert F Kennedy DNY n A US Navy tug assigned to watch it was nearby the news man said US officials in Saigon de clined immediate comment and such ai Fleet officers did not seem parstop signs Ocularly disturbed although they conceded it probably was spying We outrun it easily one of ficer said We cruise at about 20 knots She docs about eight In Saigon the Viet Cong took advantage of the government imposed onemonth blackout of private Vietnamese language newspapers to sell its own clan destine newspaper reliable sources reported The Viet Cong newspaper Dat Lo Land of the Ances is said to be selling for less lhan one cent a copy It is In a corresponding 78hour period not involving a holiday Ihe council tabulated 435 traffic deaths The record for any threeday holiday was 609 set at Christ mas time in 1955 To obtain a comparative ure The Associated Press counted traffic fatalities for a nonholiday period from 6 pm June 18 to midnight Monday June 21 and there were 363 fa talities The council said that the ex panding interstate highway net work will help keep down the number of traffic deaths The system of divided multilane roads with limited access almost eliminates head on collisions and such accidents as occur at Reject monorail plan in Massachusetts BOSTON AP Directors of the Massachusetts Bay Trans port Authority have rejected a monorail proposal for an exten sion of rapid transit to the Mas sachusetts South Shore and have approved the use of a con ventional tworail system competing with an official gov ernment newspaper issued by the psychological warfare min istry The government also has or dercd the closing of the Saigon Post one of the citys two Eng lish language newspapers for the period July 37 No cxplana lion was given for the closing IBlMk FUff TratfU to M   

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