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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 29, 1966, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors if HOME EDITION 10c a One MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JANUARY Jt 1W4 Auociatcd Prcu Full Wlni VOL IIS 3tt breaks record in city on North lowii Cutback in ASC services By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director A lack of or is going lo hinder the administration of a million g o v ernmenl agency in Cerro Gordo County the man in charge of that ad ministration fears Lawrence Copley office man ager of the Cerro Gordo Agri cultural Stabilization and Con servation Services an nounced Friday that farmers signing up for the 1966 Fed eral Feed Grain Program start ing Monday will have to do so at the ASCS office in Mason City In past years the local of fice has established signup spots throughout the county to allow the procedure to move as fast and smooth as possible This year however the ad ministrative funds for the local ASCS office have been trimmed to such an extent that Copley and the county ASCS committee do not believe it would be pos sible to operate the outside signup spots without running short of funds Its ridiculous Copley says of the cutback in funds Were being penalized for being ef ficient Copley points out that up to last year his office had seven employes Lastyear that fig ure was cut to six Theyve seen that we can operate efficiently with six Copley continues so now they want to cut us back some more As a result although the office handles million or million a year we have to worry about or By being forced to have the entire signup at the Mason City office additional strain will be put on the office staff and it will mean inconvenience to the farmers Copley points out Before we set up certain days for farmers to go to a set place in their townships to signup for the program Copley explains This year we will have to take care of all the farmers al the Mason City office where we have limited space Last year about 80 per cent of Cerro Gordo Countys 1800 farmers participated in the feed grain program and received more than million in di verted acre and price support payments Copley expects the participation to be at least that high this year The total cost of having the signup spots out in the county FOCUS turn to Page 2 Krebiozen case to jury MORNING AFTER This vwas the scene on Bostons Boy Is ton Street this morning aftermath of Friday nights explosion and fire that claimed at least nine lives and in Photofax jured scores The blast and following fire ripped through two bars a cof fee shop and a 10story hotel The blast out a 60foot section of sidewalk in front of the structures Boston hotel blaze kills 9 injures 60 By LAWRENCE L KNUTSON CHICAGO AP The trial of Dr Andrew C Ivy and three other backers of the drug Kre biozen entered its tenth month Saturday with the jury deliber ating its verdict The seven women and five rrieh lor nearly 36 hours since Tuesday night have given no sign that they expect to reach a decision soon As they filed into an elevator to go to dinner Friday night one juror joked to a marshal You better be careful or well go on strike Other than orders for meals no sounds came from the jury room But the 15year debate over the merits of Krebiozen as an anticancer drug raged on in the courthouse corridors The debaters were Krebiozen partisans many of them cancer patients and agents of the Food and Drug Administration who conducted the long investigation into the nature of the drug and the activities of its promoters Government witnesses told nothing but lies charged one woman spectator The govern ment had its own agents pose as doctors to trap these defend ants But madam an agent re sponded thats routine how do you think we would ever bring dope peddlers to trial if an agent didnt pose as an addict a potential customer Ivy and three codefendants are charged with conspiracy and mail fraud in thepromotion and development of Krebiozen The other defendants are Stevan Durovic 60 who devel oped the substance his brother Marko 65 a lawyer and Dr William F P Phillips 52ji Chi cago physician who has admin istered the drug The government claimed Kre biozen is useless in fighting can cer The defense has contended the substance benefits some cancer sufferers In the arguments that sput tered among those waiting for a verdict one woman who said she had cancer told an FDA agent You cant understand what Krebiozen means to a person who has been told she will die cancer My brother died of cancer IB agent replied My wife had ancer She was operated on nd cured I think I know what s all about THE MAN BEHIND THE HOOD is Marvin Thompson 114 27th SW but even his friends would have hada hard time recognizing him Sat urday morning But his fate was no different than countless of other North lowans who woke up to 27be low zero temperature readings Cars like humans simply had a hard time getting into gear BOSTON AP A thunder1 ing below ground explosion ripped through a 10story down town hotel Friday night turning it into a roaring inferno At least nine persons were killed and 60 others injured The blast tore apart a bar and adjacent coffee shop on the street floor of the Paramount Hotel sending patrons plunging to the basement amid tangled burning beams Most of the dead were so bad ly mutilated officials had great difficulty establishing identities In some cases they had only a battered handbag scraps of personal papers or clothing to bclp them in their grim task fire department pumper morning began pumping trapped and firemen worked into the morning hours search ing the icelaclcn debris for them The explosion also rocked the adjacent Plymouth Hotel a ninestory building with a first floor night club Authorities said the flames did not spread to the structure The blast blew out a 60foot section of the street and left a pile of concrete glass from shattered windows and ice from water used to fight the flames A this out some eight feet of water in Ihc hotel cellar Officials said other bodies might be trapped beneath the water drenched rubble Eight of about 60 persons tak en to hospitals were admitted and three were on the danger list Among them was fireman William Shea 37 who reported ly leaped through a wall of flame to rescue a woman Authorities said about 150 pa Irons fled without assistance Several others were feared Kenneth Harrison of Boston was sitting at the bar with a girl I reached out for her hanc and there was nothing there he said She had gone through the floor Then all of a sudden was in the cellar too and North Iowa Weather outlook Continued cold Saturday and Saturday night Highs Satur day rijr 10 below Lews Sat urday night M to 30 below fyWeather details on Page 2 could see her arm sticking ou of some wreckage Craters torn open along Boy ston Street belched 30foo flames and manhole cover turned whitehot Rescuers stag gered amidst debris that wa quickly coated with ice in If degree temperature The explosion took place Bostons socalled Comba Zone an area off the Bosto Common studded with rock n roll bars small restaurants an two theaters showing adul only movies All of Bostons emergency and disaster equipment was mobil ized Leo Kelso 16 of South Bos ton had just passed the Para mount and the adjacent Plym outh Hotel when he heard the blast When I looked back he saift I saw all the windows of ic hotel just sort of cave out nd then there was a second xplosion and everything was range inside There was a car in front of ic building and when the sec nd explosion went off its front diet nd lifted up like it was on trings The last of the fires were not ut out until about am Meanwhile city officials the lassachusetts Department of ublic Utilities and the Boston Jas Co were looking for a ause Many of the rescued were carried down fire ladders from The arguments continued stopped then started again al through the longday and nighl of waiting for a verdict Dr Ivy 72 talked with friends and read snatches frorr a paperback entitled Ver as one high as the eighth floor of hotel Two others were pulled from the be neath the Paramount Hotel bar Inside The Globe Editorials Newman Surveyor Church news 6 Soeiety news Sports news Latest markets Mason City news 12 Business news Clear Lake news Classified pages 16 North Iowa news Boy admits Fort Dodge bomb scare FORT DODGE AP Juve ile authorities had custody Sat urday of a 13yearold boy who admitting causing a bomb scare hat closed North Junior High chool Friday Police Chief Harry Campbell said the eighth grader admitted ic wrote a note saying that hree bombs would go off in the Duilding at 10 am and delivered the note himself to Principal lairs office Authorities searched the school after 700 pupils were evacuated Without wraps into 1 below zero cold The boy had claimed a man outside the building gave him the note about am but re lated under questioning that i was a hoax Campbell said The pupils took refuge in the First Presbyterian Church and a home across the street The school was closed for the day on the advice of police bu the evacuated children were ad milted in small groups to ge their wraps Reject appea on air strikes WASHINGTON AP Presijof bombing which have been made during the past two weeks y Sens J W Fulbright D irk chairman of the Foreign lelations Committee Mike Mansfield DMont the Demo ratic leader and George D Aiken RVt Hartke indicated he was dis ppointed with Johnsons reply But he said he would have no comment until he had dis cussed the note with the other senators who signed our letter and with Fulbright Sen George S McGovcrn D SD who also signed the letter ent Johnson has dismissed an ppeal by 16 Democratic sena ors for further consultation on vhether to resume air strikes n North Vietnamese targets He said it is increasingly lear that we have had only a lOstile response to the present pause in bombing North Viet But he pledged unflag ing pursuit of peace and gave no indication when a decision on resuming the air strikes would e made Johnsons reply Friday cited a 1964 congressional resolution which gave him broad powers to repei armed attacks on US orces and to repel armec aggression I continue to be guided in these matters by the resolution of Congress approved on Aug 10 1964 Johnson said in a let ter to Sen Vance Hartke D Ind a principal author of th letter to Johnson Thursday in which the 16 senators said we believe you should have our col lective judgment before you when you make your judgment on resuming the bombing The senators also endorse statements opposing resimptior said he believed the senators made our point in our letter He sale1 he did not consider the 1964 resolution as a general endorsement of our Viet Nam policy McGovern also said We ex pressed our views to the Presi dent and he knows our position is clear I dont take his note as any indication hes decided to resume bombing of North Viet Nam simply that hes leaving the options open VIET NAM Please Turn to Page 2 Utilities operate at peak Large area is affected It was cold Saturday in Mason City It was the coldest it had been in three years as a matter of fact v The GlobeGazettes weather instruments showed a Friday night low of 27 below zero and by 8 am it was only 26 The low was a record for the day It was the lowest reading in the city since a 29 on Jan and equaled the low of the following day in that frig id winter Friday nights reading at Mason City Municipal Airport hit 28 below zero and theair port was getting the full effect of brisk winds along with the low temperature The 8 am airport reading was 27 The midtown KGLO instru ments had a low of 26 and an 8 am reading of 25 North lowans didnt really need thermometers to sense that an oldfashioned cold snap was here Those with cars were stopped in many cases Service stations were running far behind calls for assistance but finding that many cars needed more than just a push orbattery boost Many of the stalled autos had ib be brought in for special treatment The stalledcar situation was as bad as those caused by heavy snowstorms one servicestation man said But it would have een worse if it had happened on a weekday he said At Interstate Power Co natural gas output was ex pected to be around 35 million cubic feet in this area com pared with about 28 million feet on a day when temperatures are around zero Putting out the extra gas wasnt creating any special problem but some users were finding that their heating units were operating at capacity and just couldnt eliminate every bit of chill This is what we call maximummaximum day a an Interstate official said Although the drop in tempera ture was getting well under way Yank mission is termed success SAIGON Viet Nam AP US 1st Air Cavalry Division elements sent to find and de stroy the Viet Cong near Bong Son 300 miles north of Saigon reported Friday night they had found him fought him and Chilly coyote While youngsters and those with stalled cars were staying home with their popcorn bitter weather was sending some other creatures to town One Mason Cityan a north west Iowa native reported see ing a coyote on State Street apparently driven into town in search of fuel in the form of rabbits Some outoftown ers however were kept out Three of the 15 schools sched uled to send debate teams to the Mohawk Invi t a t i o n a I Speech meet at Mason City High School cancelled out in the morning Study Common Market proposal smashed him though at some considerable cost The cavalrymen helicoptered nto two Communist nests on lie coastal plains Friday and got stung with heavy ground ire that stretched American wounded along a 75foot long rench But AP correspondent Bob oos who covered the action LUXEMBOURG AP West European leaders Saturday weighed a new French proposal to end the crisis in the Common Market by an agreement de signed to avoid showdown votes affecting a nations vital inter ests Wehave to ruminate over it said Dutch Foreign Minister Josef Luns after a working din ner Friday night But Gerhard Schroedcr the West German foreign minister said the latestFrench proposal still did not answer the basic question Should each of the six member nations keep a veto major decisions France has fought to keep the veto but the other five mem bers want to go ahead with plans to replace it with majority rule The new French idea is this Therewould be no formal veto but if a member nation said a proposal threatened its natioisal interest France would refuse to take part in the voting or to rec ognize the result if there were a vote The hope is that with this threat clearly stated no such situation would ever arise Un der this arrangement a com promise would always be found before the situation into a showdown vote To back up their position the French say they would like to see a joint statement by the six member nations that all of them want to settle problems by unanimous vote and that none of them wants to see the others national interests threatened The debate was due to go on all day Saturday in the Luxem bourg City Hall It might last into Sunday The Common Market known formally as the European Eco nomic Community groups France West Germany Italy Belgium Holland and Luxem bourg Their object Aslo seek greater economic cooperation and ultimately create a single econpmic unit So far the most important de cisions of the Council of Minis ters the ruling body have al ways been taken by unanimous vote with each member having a veto even little Luxem bourg But the treaty that set up the organization in 1957 provided that beginning Jan 1 of this year the veto would be scrapped and many important decisions could be jUken by a majority vote TheJiVote would be weighed accordingto each countrys importance said the Americans killed 159 Viet Cong and captured 50 more mostly wounded The headon collision was reminiscent of the la Drang Valley battle with the North Vietnamese regulars in which he cavalry distinguisheditself n November and since which he Hanoi troops have managed 0 keep their whereabouts large ly secret The attack was part of a multiprong drive by the Amer ican forces to search out and destroy the insurgents in the central coast and highlands white Washington debates whether to resume bombing the North or refrain from it to give Hanoi a further chance to talk peace Friday it had little effect then School attendence was about normal Youngsters did get out at noon in Mason City but that was because it was the end of the school quarter not be cause of cold But by evening it was ap parent that the real thing was on the way Supervised skating was called off at the East Park ice rink It was again cancelled Saturday as deep cold and brisk breeze continued Im afraid all wed have is a few skaters sitting in the warminghouse if we opened up WEATHER Turn to Page 2 SAMt tt In ril 34   

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