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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The VOL 99 Asioclated Press and United Press Internationa Full Lease Wires newspaper that makes all North lowans MASON CITYIOWA SATURDAY JULY 15 1961 neighbors 7e a Copy Paper Consists of Two No 240 AERIAL ACROBAT Bevo Howard one of the feature performers for Sun days North Iowa Aviation Day show was scheduled to arrive in Mason City Saturday afternoon The Germanmade plane in the background is the machine he has flown to win international flying honors and it will be flown in aerial gymnastics at the airport Sunday Clear skies likely for Sundays big air show US would use veto on Russias UN plan Teenaged beggars in Bogota Victims of the times By JAMES 0 DEWEY Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday and Sunday with scattered showers and thunderstorms mostly in the east Saturday afternoon and east and south Sunday Little temperature change Low Saturday 50s in the northwest to near 60 else where High Sunday 80 to 85 in the north Largest turnout expected That was the thought aromv Mason City Saturday on the ev of the North Iowa Aviation in the 50s to 85 highs Sunday 75 B 0 G 0 T A Colombia W Every morning at dawn seven disheveled children their hair malted their clothes in tattersI crawl from a 7bylOfool make shift shack climb over a high brick wall and drop into aj downtown Bogota street to be gin a new day of begging and july 15 GlobeGazette Wealh pilfcring jer Data up to 8 am Saturday They are among perhaps 600 boys and girls from 8 to 16 years old who roam the city Look fellow said Gastbn Santos 11 leader of the seven everybody hates us Nobody show The latest weather forecast calls for showers Saturday and Sundaj night but the chance for cleai during onits uuill ness and continued cool withLJJJJ exjsts scattered showers Sunday The Federal Aviation Agencv clou d y forenoon becommgj weathcr burcau gt he M partly cloudy and m Airport Saturday morning said a the afternoon Lows Saturday precise forecast could not be helps us nobody wants to take care of us The only thing we can look forward to is begging and being bothersome ThTE CHILDREN called ga mines by the people of Bogota are victims of the countrys re cent era of violence parental Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 80 55 61 53 447 Showers on weather bill Thunderstorms continued to as yet but there is more than a 5050 chance that there will be nothing more than high scattered clouds Sunday and the full show will go on LAST YEAR the conditions were similar on Saturday before the rain cleared away leaving a thick ground fog until late Sunday morn ing The ceiling never raised enough to allow the Blue Angels to fly their complete show how ever The Blue Angels were to fly over Mason City Saturday noon as a prelude to Sundays show They were to fly their Tiger jets I in formation in line with Federal Didnt want to go to lowan says of shootings CRAIG Colo fft I just didnt want to go to ail That was the only explanation given by Delmar D Spooner 25 Storm Lake Iowa for the killing of two Colorado law enforcement officers and the wounding f two other men after his capture in the mountain re esses of northern Colorado Spooner not only was in jail Saturday but faced charges o nurder He was sunburned shaggy hungry and exhausted from two ays of evading posses when he dropped his gun and surrendered ate Friday near the hamlet of Bond Hauled on a railroad hand ar to State Ridge the aired exArmy soldier later as brought to this Moffat Coun r seat Authorities said they were uzzled about Spooners dej meaner which was one of un concern about the men he ad mitted gunning down on a mountain road near Kremmling Wednesday Moffat County Sheriff Bill Terrill said Spooner never once inquired about his victims and after eatinga hot meal all he Auto union finishes pay presentation DETROIT UP The United Auto Workers Union has com pleted presentation of its new contract demands at General Motors and plans to wind up arguments for wage and benefit improvements at Ford and Chrysler next week shot were Lt Hiram Short 49 Then it will be the turn of the of the Colorado State Patrol union bargaining teams to andUndersheriff John Clark 68 listen to any counterproposals The wounded were Grand Counthe companies may have in ty Sheriff Chancy Van Pelt55jmind So far theyve offered and Robert Hoover 35 a gameinothing to asked for was a magazine read a crime story THOSE WHO were fatally warden from Grand Junction The episode began when Hoov er approached Spooners parked car and saw it contained a rifle and ammunition He summoned Short and Van Pelt by radio Sheriff Terrill related The three officers searched AFTER BARGAINING talks were recessed for the weekend Friday GM Vice President Louis G Seaton told newsmen the unions demands could be described in one Seaton said the demands make up the most expensive NO WEDDING TODAY Elizabeth 26 daughter of bandleader Bob Crosby has a per plexed expression as she makes a telephone call from a booth in the lobby of San Francisco City Hall where she was scheduled to wed her fiance San Francisco writer H Frank Jones 30 in a judges chambers However Jones failed to appear at the city hall When the wedding party disbanded there was still no explanation for Jones failure to show The couple has had differences in the past Troika scheme opposed iim and the car but didnt findjpackage submitted to us in the any other weapons Then Spoon25 years of our bargaining re r told them he had some cig rets in the car which he wanted o get He went back to the car and eached down behind the cover ng on the right hand door and ot a gun he had hidden a German He said officers started to spread ut when he pulled the gun and e made them get together all n a bunch VAN PELT was shot first len Short and then Hoover the heriff said Undersheriff Clark was short time later while he was lations with the UAW UAW Vice President Leonard Woodcock replied Absolutely tuntrue He said there was no mechanical way of figuring the cost of UAW demands at this stage of negotiations The talks started two and onehalf weeks ago WOODCOCK declared union proposals for a wage increase based on economic growth ex pansion of supplemental un employment compensation and improvements in the pension N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES shot would cost the companies cruelty and an outdated lojAvenue trailing a stream of colchasing Spooner along a dirt welfare code SaUrdav gc d water jroad A survey showed 36 per cent ers wcrc forecast for he Giedzmski public mi Spooner said all he could of them are driven from the weekend formation officer for the Angels homes by parents cruelty An line storm accomnaTi isaid tnetcam is ail set to give a other 27 per cent were b heavv t pI great performance and hopes the thrown out of their home Jath across 5ate F weather will be agreeable fi ft ft I f h tvi ivlnrr H only a few more pennies per hour The unions demands Wood Reds plan conference LONDON Leaders of international commu nism will hold a new summit meeting in Moscow this autumn diplomatic sources said Racial unrest in Chicago CHICAGO Negro youth gangs attacked a white man with ax handles and hurled explosives at two young white girls as racial violence erupted for the third successive day in a tense mixed neighbor hood on the Southwest Side think about was going to jail me paui acruss ine saie doned or lef homeless by their d nl nl dumping brid Dul parents death Some after rains In some bul left hail on the Orange City and Cherokee both reported some damage from the fastmoving storm as hail fell at both places along with heavy RALPH SHELTON Chamber ofj Commerce manager and coordi nator of air show activities said i this year is anticipated as the biggest and best show yet You can sense that everyone is becom ing air show minded and the crowd Sunday should be the iici ing money given them to buyithe storm food feared to return home ALrouncj few are vagabonds by choice Bogota has both private and public orphanages However the public institutions are al ready jammed Funds for their lPkCCP IimitCd f tivity was in threecoun Many of the participants and THERE ARE also private of ccntra Iowa displays have arrived in Mason stitulions such as the childrens City and more are coming ini shelter operated by the Rcvi Unsettled weather will con1hourly Luis Alberto Castillo Falherltinuc in Iowa brough Monday Castillo who has 690 childrenWlth variable cloudiness and ONE OF THE EARLY arrivals in his shelter says most of thcjscatlcrecl showers and thunderwas Lt Charles Kiser son of Mi gamines would rather be frecstorms occurring mostly in the and Mrs Roy Kiser 926 Adams 1 4 u L J A j i SOI if h anH Qot nirrlif rain Most of the severe weathjlargest yet he said PP 1 Vlf i lit n tVirrtrt rtrtitrt TV r r and starving than submit to the routine of institutional life Halfnaked and shivering south and east Saturday night in and in the west Sunday Cedar Rapids reported the heaviest rainfall 261 indies about two inches between 11 pm and midnight Friday Waterloo had 123 inches Ma the night rain they bed outside a theater in the certain knowl edge their abject appearance I11 will move the moviegoer jw City 53 Dubuque 66 and FOR A FEW pesos and somejSpencer 31 Other heavy rain times just for the fun of it the gamines will enliven the pro ceedings of a leftist political rally wilh rockthrowing and carburning In traffic jams they dart in among the stalled cars and wipe windshields in the hope of a few centavos At night they are likely to turn up at the back door of an apartment pleading for the dinner scraps old clothing or newspapers to wrap around themselves while hey sleep huddled in doorways in Bogotas 40dcgrcc temperatures SAME DATE1WO274 fighter Kiser a graduate o Annapolis Naval Academy is sta tioned in Washington DC Hi wife is the former Barbara John son of Mason City An estimated 700 aircraft are expected to be here for the show Sunday On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Church News45 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 8 Sports 910 Editorials 11 Comics 12 Business News t314 Transit Schedule t 14 North Iowa Ntws It DELMAR O SPOONER Terrill said He seems to have an unnatural fear of the law and being jailed Busy day for Khan NEW YORK Pakistan President Mohammed Ayub Khan met with former President Eisenhower sald C0lld be met oul ofi at his Gettysburg farm Following his talk with Mr more8 Son i Ayub flew to Texas for a visit with Vlce President Johnson no more inflationary than the bonuses paid GM executives He said GMs 310000 hourly work ers got less n wage increases last ear than 14000 GM execu tives got in bonuses 50000 HOMELESS BOMBAY India w Fifty thousand persons were home less Saturday in Poona 75 miles southeast of Bombay as a re sult of floods earlier in the week that claimed 59 lives a fieri Tulsa and Muskogee wuiv unomcao m he rainswollen Mutha River Amarillo Tex were flooded as winds up to 52 miles burst a dam i per hour whipped the city A Fires and floods DENVER Emergency crews in the west and southwest battled against onslaughts of fire and water Tanker planes flew over northern California forests where more than 400 lighteningtriggered fires were roaring The planes dumped borate solu tion in front of the flames in hopes of slowing them down In Oklahoma water swirled into homes after heavy rains and drove families from their homes in Some business buildings in Steak and baby food Astronauts counting hours On the second day of the search for the fugitive a train mgineer saw Spooner from a distance walking near the rail road From his green shirt and cans the engineer recognized iim and notified officials when he arrived at Bond Posses closed in on the slight y built fugitive who stands nly 5 feet 5 and weighs 130 pounds State Patrolman Morris Bccki cr spotted Spooner behind a mound of rocks and jhini to drop his gun blow your brains out Spooner offered no further resistance CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Steak and baby food medical checks stargazing makebelieve space rides thats what an astronauts day is made of Virgil I Grissom and John H Glenn Jr had these items on schedule as they entered the final phase of preparation for Americas second manned space flight scheduled Tues day morning Grisscm 35 an Air Force captain is reliably reported to be the No 1 choice for the flight with Glenn 39 a Ma ordered rine lieutenant colonel stand or Ill ing by as backup pilot as he did on the Alan B Shtpard flight The National Aeronautics and Space Administration will reveal the name of the chosen astronaut Monday 24 hours before launch The flight will be a near duplicate of Shepards trip May 5 A Redstone rocket is to boost the manned capsule 115 miles high and 300 miles down range in a test designed to train another space pilot and build experience and con fidence for future orbit mis sions Grissom and Glenn began a lowresidue high energy diet to reduce possibility of excre tion and provide quickburn ing reserve strength during flight Thty were served in a special ready room at the Cape An official outlined this typical oneday menu Breakfast orange juice hot cereal Canadian bacon two boiled eggs toast jelly and coffee Lunch broiled chicken baby foodtype peas bread without crust cottage cheese salad ice tea and sug ar cookies Dinner broiled potato without skin baby food vegetable sherbet and cof fee Both astronauts were to don silver space suits and run through practice missions while seated in the actual space capsule dubbed Lib erty Bell 7 atop the Red stone Support to UN chief WASHINGTON IfiThe United States in an uncompromising mood threatens to use its UN veto for the first time if neces sary to kill Soviet Premier Khrushchevs troika plan to reorganize the United Nations Secretary of State Dean Rusk a statement approved by President Kennedy said Friday hc Soviet proposal for a three leaded UN directorate to re place SecretaryGeneral Dag iammarskjold is an attempt to all the effectiveness of the United Nations He added There is no way that the Soviet Union can impose his proposals This would mean an amendment of the UN charter vhich requires the consent of the United States and other per manent members of the Secur ty Council WE WOULD not consent nor would the necessary twothirds of the General Assembly The United Nations will not destroy itself Of the five permanent mem bers of the UN Security Coun cil the United States and Bri tain never have used their veto jpovver and France and National fist China have used it only once Russia has used the veto 95 times On another matter relating to the United Nations the United States and Britain Saturday tossed to the General Assembly the issue of a treaty on ban ning tests of nuclear weapons Confronted by a stalemate in negotiations with the Soviet Union in Geneva the two West ern powers asked that the test ban issue be put on the agenda of the General Assembly open ng Sept 19 THEY ASKED the assembly o consider the urgent need or a treaty to ban nuclear weapons tests under effective nternational control The action came just before new USSoviet negotiation on disarmament open in Moscow next week The Soviet Union is nsisting over Western objec ions that the test ban issue be merged with overall disarma jment negotiations I The move represents action on another front in the Western counteroffensive o Soviet pro paganda moves on prime East West issues Jeep turns over Army man killed CHARLES CITY Joseph Meyer an Army reservist from Effingham m was killed Sat urday when his jeep overturned on Highways 18218 about three miles west of here Floyd County Sheriff L L Lane said the accident occurred when the jeep carrying a mounted 105 millimeter cannon hit a soft shoulder on a curve and overturned The jeep was part of a con voy carrying Army reservists home from Camp Ripley Minn The driver of the jeep Rob jert Haskenherm also of Effing ham was not hurt I The accident happened about 6 am at cemetery curve the scene of a number of fatal crashes CORRECTION PLEASE WASHINGTON UPI Rep Albert H Quic of Minnesota is jsiicd a press release to correct a typographical error in an release Quics second press release pointed out that Quic is a Republican not a dem ocrat as carried in the earlier release   

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