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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Doily Newspaper wspoM thot at North lowans neighbors Cifv GLOBE VOL MI Home Edition latenutttuj mil LUM mna MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOftIR 4 UOc TfcU of Two OM No M4 THATS HIS GllmS felt an 8th grader in Everton Mo elementary school was payingmore than a little trouble with spelling when his teacher Mrs LoVene Lampe told him If you ever make 100 in spelling Ill stand on my head JJonnie got 100 in spelling and smiles broadly here as his teacher pays off DBS MOINES state and the forms will be distributed income tax form lowans willfill next spring when lowans file their out in 1964 has beer revised in an tax returns for income earned in attempt to increase tax coliec1963 tions The State Tax Commission has new form to printers 50 calves go astray Two killed tect more easily errors or misschools takes regarding extra income X dents from the smaller areas T Prentis a tax commissioner said Friday w In the past the section of the been transported to Osage income tax form regarding extra byvbus slnce the smaller schools ii were closed two VOOTP income was on the second page and could not be checked by ma TLTATMTV t chines said It had to MANLY head of 500be checked by hand and wedid pound calves were released from the Strand stockyards here about 10 pm Thursday They were discovered roaming across Highways 65 and 9 Two were killed when hit by passing cars No persons were injured Marshal Don Blinkmari Worth County Sheriff Myron Leraaen and highway patrolmen worked until about 4 aml Friday be forethe animals wererounded is not have enough people to check all of them On new form that section has been included on the front page and can be quickly checked by machine Now we willbe able to find out whether lowans are paying all the taxes they are sup posed to up and returned to pens Sheriff Leraaen said he said it took so much time to sure the escape was not an accident although it is not known who released the cattle Authorities are continuing the investigation Inside The Globe HERES LOVE called an other smash success Page 2 PONY OF AMERICA sale may be last Held here Page 6 IOWA FALLS BEEF cara van to leave for Chicago Page 18 Editorials4 Mason City news47 Sports 910 newt 11 Clear Lake news 12 Classified pages 1417 Norm Iowa news 18 North Iowa Weather outlook Fair and warmer Friday night lows in the Partly cloudy and fuming ceoJer Saturday 7341 Weatfcer 2 r v nvkUJuuiK I check the second page by hand Johnsten the that the time limit on collecting smaller areas aie money owed the state often exshowing their resentment at having their schools discontin TT J V UUllLUilK Under the old system Prentis m Osage pired i The new fornv includes on page one information pertaining to in come from rents royalties divi dends interest sale of property pensions partnerships or trusts in addition to wages bonuses commissions and tips that was on page one of the old form Wonted Cage for sohgbird AP Joseph Valachi the talkative Nos tra mobster is posing anew di lemma for federal where to hide him for the restof his life when he stops talking They must find asecluded nook in their prison system where the 60yearold informer can live out his days safe vengeful un derworld killers who reportedly haveplaced a bounty on his head for spilling the secrets of organized crime A Bureau of Prisons official ad mitted If we had to take cus tody of Yalachi today we honestly wouldnt know where to put him For a while Valachi will stay at the District of Columbia Jail in a private cell away from other prisoners with a television set for company One guard keeps an eye on him Me has been at the jail between willi ey hide Valachi appearances before the Senate In venations subcomijniitee which resumes itsquestioning Tuesday He most likely will remain there for a few weeks a JusticeDe partment source told a reporter Valachi will testify beforefederal grand juries and talk with Canadi an law enforcement officials But then what Valachi is serv ing a life term for murder The government is responsible for his safety It could be sued were he to be harmed while under its cus tody The Bureau ofPrisons is scru tinizing its highsecurity institu tions across thenation in search for the ideal spot one where Valachi can be isolated from oth er prisoners while not being placed in solitary confinement So far the leading candidates are McNeil Island Penitentiary oh Puget Sound in Washington Leavenworth Penitentiary Kan sas and the Medical Center in Springfield Mo But every time he names a name in those hearings it be comes harder to find a place for him the Bureau of Prisons source said Weve got a lot of these celebrities in prisons all across the country And dontwant to put him in the mid dle of people who want himdead the most Shortly before coming to Wash ington to testify Valachi was Held for several weeks at the Army Signal Center Ft Monmouth NJ But the prisons official said there is no possibility of his being imprisoned on an Army post that he said would be imprac tical How about hiding him in some state prison I dont imagine theres a state that wants him teillltl JOSEPH VALACHI pledged issue re at OSAGE Voters in theOsage Community School de feated ta bond issueat a special t election to 850J in favor of issuing thebonds This was only 5501 per cent It re quires a majority of 60 per cent to approve the proposal The vote in the outlyingarias was overwhelmingly against the issue Broken down intovoting area the totals were Osage 866 7G Meroa 7876 Mitchell 23 129 Little Cedar 3373 Orchard 48183 officials had asked the change wont have much af on taxpayers but will in me crease theefficiency of the Tax bond issue to finance construc Commission and enable it to detion of two new elementary new and an addition to an existing building in Osage Stu Mitchell still has years ago a school in The Globes Iowa Line GIobeGmiettei lone dUUnee telephone wire to Bather Infermatlra for thli use with six classrooms This would have been closed if a new building had been constructed According to Supt Carsten voters in apparently the are Two former school bonds have passed difficulty They were for two sections of school built in 1952 and It is Johns tens opinion the voters are satisfied to have LITTLE CAT Shelley Rule 3 left daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert C Rule Waterloo and Karen Morgan daughter of Mr and Mrs Dav r Photofax id Morgan Arlington la try out the controls of a big commercial crawler at the National Dairy Cattle Congress in Waterloo a central high school in the dis trict but prefer to keep ele mentary buildings within the separate communities The Osage Community School Districtis 186 square miles with a population of 6000 Supt John sten has been here since 1948 At that time the school popula ation was 640 It is now 1750 The current mUlage rate for taxes is 37349 According to Supt Johnsten he issue probably will be brought up to vote again as soon as legally possible Four new Armour strikes authorized Strikes have oeen authorized by the United Packinghouse Workers of America to start Fridaynight in four Armour Co plants in addition to struck plants at Mason City and si other points Union and Jacob E Decker Latest astronaut problem HOUSTON Tex ical experts involvedin planning future US manned space flights are concerned about the pooling of blood in the legs and feet of astronauts after lengthy orbital travel Astronauts Walter M Schir ra and Leroy Gordon Cooper Jr both experienced this blood cir culation difficulty called ortho static hypotension after their respective 6 ahd22orbit flights Four other American spacemen on shorter missions showed no signs of the disorder Dr Charles A Berry told a Project Mercuryreview confer runs fo legs feet ence Friday that the condition was the major medical problem uncovered during Americas pio neer maninspace program Berry chief of the medical operations office of the space agencys Manned S p acecraft Center said orbital flight up to 34 length of Coop ers no other signif icant physical or physiological problem Berry said Schirra and Coop er displayed symptoms of ortho static hyjafttension for about seven hours after their return from space In both casesthe condition disappeared during the pilots first nap on return to earth Effects were a significant drop in blood pressure higher pulse rate and reddening of the legs and feet as blood pooled in the lower extremities Cooper also showed a brief sign of faint ness on leaving his capsule after landing The condition apparently is caused a lack of stimulating exercise in weightless flight with resulting relaxation and enlargement of the blood ves aei system Sons plant representatives in Mason City said Friday that any changes in the strike situa tion now are most apt to come from meeting sessions in Chi cago The Decker plant is one of seven Armour Co plants at which have been stopped by strikes based on local job load grievances Both management and United Pack ing House Workers of America have said that basic union management differences have to do with hiring at new Armour plants The meetings under way at NEW STRIKE SITES New strikes authorized for Friday night are at the ChU cago soap works and three plants in Worth San Angelo and Lufabock Strikes have been under way since am Thursday at plants here and at Omaha South St Paul Denver St Joseph Mo Kansas City and North Platte Neb Chicago are of an automation committee composed of repre DECKER Please turn to page 2 USReds on package NATIONS NY AP new EastWest agreement in principle to outlaw nucleararmec space satellites will be translate soon into a public USSovje source Agreement on policy against nuclear weapons in or bit was announced by Secretarj of State Deak Rusk Soviet For eign Minister Andrei A Gromyk and British Foreign Secretary Lord Home Thursday night as they wound up a week of talks Gromyko has an appointment with President Kennedy next Thursday He is expected to talk with Kennedy and Rusk in Wash ington about this and other possi ble followups to the limited nu clear test ban treaty plus item of direct concern between the United States and Russia The Big Three foreign ministers put off for later negotiation the earthbound disarmament 4 plans on which they have been unable 0 agree These i plans including 1 proposed EastWest nonaggres iioh pact and observer exchange jot tangled up with the thorny GermanyBerlin issue and have yet to be sorted out But in a joint foursentence com munique the three saw potential accord in space Noting that Kennedy and Grci myko in their UN General As embly speeches last month en dorsed a ban on orbiting nuclear veapons they said There is agreement on policy which it is loped can be given appropriate orm in the near future US diplomatssaid Friday they expect the United States and Rus iia will soon through with i formal public declaration against arbitirig nuclear weapons hit by Flora South Florida is warned MIAMI UPI Hurricane lor a rammed 125 mileanhour irids a nd torrential rains against Cubas eastern moun ains near the US Guantanamo ay Naval Base Friday and eathermen warned the south rn Bahamas Islands to make urricane preparations irrime lately The Naval base apparently scaped severe punishment the fiercest winds which ipped over southwestern Haiti ast night and isolated the vul erable Tiburon Peninsula from he rest of the world Highest wind gufts reported 6m the Guantanamo Naval ase at 2 pm EST the weather lireau said were 50 miles per our fin gusts The base was on he weak western side of the torrhs center when Flora rossed the coastline The Miami weather bureau stimated Floras at the ime to be about 30 miles north Guantanamo Bay It was moving toward the Northwest t 7to 10 miles per hour The storm picture changed luring the morning acid the veather bureau predicted at midafternoon that the hurri cane should pass near but probably to the west of the lagged Island group in the Ba hamas tonight Precautions against hurri cane winds high tides and rough seas should be taken im mediately in the central Ba the Ragged Islands Acldins Crooked Is lands Long Island Great Ex Andros a bulletin warned Forecasters said they expected Flora to remain Cubas a few over Driente Province only TOUTS and therefore was likely to retain full hurricane inten sity as it leaves the north coast of Cuba Overseas duty pay slashed WASHINGTON The efense Departraent Friday cut off overseas duty pay for 375000 roops in Hawaii and foreign tatibns Those affected will b ompensated with increases un der the newlyenacted military y law The new pay bill authorized lie budget for duty pay be re duced from million to nillion The extra overseas pay or enlisted men ranges from to a month depending n length pf service The Pentagon announcement oted thatmost of the troops with more than four years of service will be eligible for the new family separation allow ance of a month Others on hazardous duty such as Viet Nam will get an added Al most all involvedwill draw cost of living increases Little resistance felt after Honduras revolt SAN JOSE Costa Rica W A few pockets of resistance vere believed holding out in he little banana republic of londuras Friday despite vic tory claims by military lead rs who ousted President Ra mon Villeda Morales in a bloody revolt The deposed president ar ived by plane in Costa Rica Thursday night landing at the Coast city of Punta Arenas He was accompanied y Modesto Rodas Alvarado lis candidate for president in he Oct 13 election The Honduran military over hrew Villeda Morales Thurs lay apparently to keep Rodas Alvarado out of the presidency president of Congress for he past five years he had worked constantly to bring the irtually autonomous un der civilian Despite the military victory claim an army com munique indicated civil guards men in two towns in western Santa Barbara and stm loyal to A broadcast r Villeda Morales demanded their surrender Twenty civil guardsmen were reported killed and 50 wounded in a fourhour battle in down reportedly suffered two dead SAME DATI ;