Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1964 · Page 3
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OM M .*' ^*'Jp " UtttlQ ^--#Hitt€!PAL *CO«H7 Globe.G«i«ttt, M*ton City, l». D*c. 22, 1H4 Britt reacts quickly after fire * — : . — — —AP Photofax ORDERED BY JUDGE—A sign warning other motorists of past traffic violations hangs on the car of University of New Mexico student Doug Godfrey, 18. The sign was ordered mounted by Municipal Judge James Mahoney, who said it would do more good than paying a fine. Godfrey was found guilty of three traffic violations in two months in the Albuquerque area. COUNCIL BLUFFS — Mrs. Judith Flint, 22, formerly of Indianola, and her mother- in-law, Mrs. Elsa Flint, 47, of Downers Grove, 111., were killed when their car skidded into the path of a truck Monday. * ALB1A — Three men were held in the Monroe County jail here Tuesday in lieu of $25,000 bond each on charges of rape. The 3 were identified as Irven Mefford, 24; Robert Lee McCombs, 21, and Gerald Ferris Parker, 21, all of Bussey. Mayor John R. Wood fixed bond when the men were arraigned before him Monday. Jf DES MO1NES — Atty. Gen. Evan Hultman said Tuesday he has not closed the door against running for political office in the future. Hultman, Republican candidate for governor who was defeated in the Nov. 3 general election added, however, that at this time he has no particular political plans. * PASADENA, Calif. — Iowa- born Chester C. Davis, 77, a former high federal official, was reported in fair condition- and resting comfortably after suffering a stroke Sunday at his home in- nearby San Marino. Davis was agricultural adjustment administrator under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, was president the Federal Reserve Bank in St. Louis, and was an associate director of the Ford Foundation from 1951 to 1954. * FRANKLIN PARK, 111. — Susan Larson, 12, of Sioux City, Iowa, was killed when the car in which she was riding, driven by her sister Gail, 16, hit a utilitity pole in this suburb of Chicago. * . WASHINGTON—Des Moines and Omaha are among 18 cities where Youth Opportunity Centers will be established to help reduce the number of unemployed young persons, Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz said Monday. The centers, to be opened early next year, are to provide training, counseling and job - finding services to persons 18 to 21 years of age. The Des Moines office will have a staff of 13, the Ohaha center 20. * IOWA CITY—A two-car collision on Highway 218 about seven miles north of here killed John Kenneth Kramer, 33, of Cedar Rapids, Monday and injured Robyn Lee Bressey, 19, of Coralville. VAN VECHTEN DIES NEW YORK m—Carl Van Vechten, 84, author and literary, music and Monday. Action is started for a recovery By CHARLES WALK North Iowa News Director BRITT — The smoke hadn't cleared Monday when Britt started digging out from beneath the debris resulting from a predawn fire which destroyed near- y 10 per cent of the community's business district. The first order of business was the final destruction of three buildings burned in the fire. Corners of two of the buildings left standing were knocked down so workmen could repair utility lines damaged in the fire. By 9:30 p.m. Monday power was restored to a two-block area around the fire scene. By Tuesday morning Briti telephone service was near normal. More than half the telephones in the community were knocked out of service by the fire. Chuck Kiple, North western Bell Telephone Co manager in Mason City, said al phones should be back in serv ice by Tuesday night. Two offices destroyed in the [ire had found new locations b; Tuesday. They were the distric office of the Iowa State High way Commission and the Han cock County Selective Servic Commission. Monday night, the Britt Chamber of Commerce and the Britt Industrial Development Corp. (BIDCO) had'a meeting to discuss plans for the destroyed justnesses. John Anderson, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, said a few ideas were "kicked around," but nothing definite was decided. Another meeting will be held next week, Anderson said. We just wanted the businessmen affected by the fire to know that our two organizations are here to help," Anderson added. The owners of the three buildings destroyed by the fire said Tuesday it is much too early to discuss plans about rebuilding. C. P. Lewis, who owned the auilding in which the Wilson Ready -To-Wear Store was housed, said, however, that he "foresee long range im- have to rebuild for the good of e community." Paul Riehm, owner of the uilding housing the Hub Cloth- ers, said it was too early to ave made any plans. Ail three men said their build- ngs were insured. RETARDED FUND GREENE—The Woman's Club f Greene reports $371.10 col- ected from residents of Greene or the Butler County Associa ion for Retarded Children. Of his fund 70 per cent remains in he county for use at the school or retarded in Allison. Small group of GOP to decide fate of Burch WASHINGTON (AP) — An uncommitted group of from 15 to 30 National Committee members appears likely soon to decide whether Dean Burch holds on to his job as Republican national chairman. Burch made it clear Monday after a conference with Sen. Barry Gold water and Rep, William E. Miller, that he intends to go down to the wire fightingjhis direction but said they are to retain his $30,000-a-year post. Joldwater was the GOP standard bearer in last month's elec- 'assailable" by the party progressives who have been calling for his scalp as a symbol of the tion. Miller was his running Republicans' Nov. 3 defeat, mate. The chairman told an informal news conference in the driveway in front of Goldwater's apartment he believes he has the solid backing of 65 of the 132 National Committee members who will meet in Chicago Jan. 22 and 23 to determine whether he will continue to head the party machinery. Iowa officials of GOP to hire fulltime newsman DES MOINES (AP) — Iowa Republican officials plan to hire a veteran newsman as part of he election day disaster it suffered Nov. 3. The newsman is George Brown, former staffer for International News Service who joined United Press International when the two services merged. Brown worked for DPI in Des Moincs and last year was transferred to Minneapolis. He later resigned, and during this year's political campaigns worked for Solicitor General W. N. Bump, Republican candidate for attorney general. Though bump lost, as did all servers were said to be pleased with the work Brown did in the campaign. IRISH NAMES The general use of O and Mac . in Irish family names dates back to the period of King Brian Boru in the llth Century. The O means of; Mac means son of. Names beginning with de and Filz derive from the Norman conquest of Ireland in the 12th Century. Fitz means son of and de means of. He said he thinks 15 to 30 ad- the staff being lined up to helpJGOP candidates for Statehouse ditional members arc leaning inircbuild the party in the wake oflofficcs, several Republican ob-JTry A Want Ad — 423-4270 dance critic, died can provements from the fire." He pointed out that Spencer had a bad business district fire severa years ago, and the buildings pu; up in place of those destroyec improved the looks of the downtown area. Vincent Kreitinger, owner of the building in which the highway commission office was located, said plans were indefinite, but that he believes he will STRAIGHT KENTUCKY BOURBON WHISKY • 85 PROOF' ©UNCIENT AGED1STIUIN3 C(WR»NKFORT, KENTUCKY- If you can give a better bourbon...give it! Those \yho know their Bourbon 'gifts inside-out give Ancient Age! Inside: America's Great Straight 8 Year Old Kentucky Bourbon. Outside: Rich gold-embossed holiday -wrap (our little gift to you). ARTIFICIAL POTTED POINSETTIA PLANTS AD PRICES GOOD UNTIL 5 P.M. DEC. 24th CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY. 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