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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 26, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North M i t j Daily Newspaper Edited LOBE HOME EDITION r The newspaper VOL 112 Associated Preu Coiled Fall that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 26 neighbors 10c Paper ConsIiU Two Sec Ill Success 4 grows in antisi m V Christians marching on By glCHARD SPONC GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Dr Fred Schwarz might be called the enigma of the new antiCommunist movement in the United States He has said Im a Christian and an antiCommunist and nothing else Im not a conserva tive or a rightwinger or a left winger I have no wings He also has said I am a narrowminded B i b 1 ebelieving Baptist I am not ashamed of it And on that basis we have built our crusade Dr Schwarz will hold a mass anticommunism rally in New Yorks Madison Square Garden Thursday Like an earlier rally in another arena this is in prepar atiori for a Greater New York School of AntiCommunism to be held in August The crusade is to develop a na tionwide antiCommunist move ment with headquarters in Los Angeles the Christian Anti Communist Crusade not to be con fused with the Rev Billy James Hargis Christian Crusade which works out of Tulsa Okla Schwarz himself is a former surgeon and psychiastrist also a former lay minister of the Baptist Church in Australia He has been in this country several years On Feb 10 whjle conducting an Anti Communist School in Honolulu he said that the Crusade had raised million As an example of the way the moneywas used he said was spent last autumn for a rotary press in Kerala IndiaV to publish a dailynewspaper to fight the Strong Communist movement i Schwarz by hisown account is the son of ah Austrian Jew who was converted toChristianity in an English Meth Viet Nam in I mopup By NEIL SHE EH AN KIEN HO ASouth Viet Nam UPI A major antiguerrilla action was in full swing 60 miles south of Saigon Tuesday About 2300 South Vietnamese Boy killed soldiers were hunting out Viet Cong Communists dominating the eastern third of this pro vince Twentyeight US Army and Marine helicopters airlifted the BARBER SHOP COMFORT Rocking chairs for the use of waiting customers line the wall of the Rocking Chair Barber Shop opening in NewYork Photofax The shop has an exhibit of paintings and provides customers with free coffee Power failure hits in Iowa Nebraska American women under Red gun fire rained guerrilla fightershert or the first ma jor military ac ion in a week r First reports s a i d eight Communist were killed and 20 captured The South Vietnamese fanned out over the areas rain forests rice fields and mangrove swamps to ferret out the elusive enemy Kien Hoa consists of three islands split by offshoots of the Mekong River where it flows into the China Sea It is one of South Viet Nams richest rice coconut and fish producing areas his youth and odist mother The parents were married in Congo unity talks endK with discord LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo Cyrille Adoula and Katanga President Moise Tshom be ended six weeks of unity nego DES MOINES power failure hit Nebraska Iowa andSouth Dakota Monday after breakdown disrupted the noon The Interconnected power systems linking power andlight companies in the three Hundreds of thousands of homestfarms andoffice buildings in the three stateswere affected Radio and stations went off the air for a time com Thedisruption stretched all the way from Davenport westward across Iowa and Nebraska The populous cities of Des Moines and Omaha were in cludedtia f Karl M Joens a spokesman for theOmaha PublitrPower District said he had been informed the failure originated in a 230kilovolt transmission line leading from the Fort Randall SD Dam into Nebraska Austrialia where Schwarz was born He writes I was raised in a Christian home When I was 17 years old I made a personal com mitment to Christian doctrine and the Christian manner of life My first conflicts with Communism were not primarily economic or political but were concerned with the being of Godand the nature and destiny of man The foundedwith Schwarz as executive director he is now president in 1953 He gave up his professional prac tice two years later The first real bath of publicity resp for Schwarz was the result of a ity rally Hollywoods Answer to Communism in the Hollywood Bowl last October He had been conducting rallies and antirCommumst schools in Los Angeles and elsewhere but this one was remarkable in that it was sponsored over local tele vision and a TV network of 35 stations in six western states by Technicolor Corp the Shick Safety Razor Co and Richfield Oil Co Speakers included Sen Thomas J Dodd DConn Rep Walter H Judd and C D Jackson publisher of Broadcasting magazine sub sequentl ywas moved to comment Communism has suddenly emerged as the hottest new pro gram subject in television tiations in discord Tuesday Tshombe left for Elisabethville Adoula said peaceful talks have proved futile and called on the United Nations for more effective nature unspeci end Katangas secession Quoting documents Adoula told newsmen Tshombes resistance to reunification had hardenedrather than weakened The two had 41 meetings was the United Nations which encouraged us to enter these negotiations We made our effort Now it is up to the United Nations to take the responsibility for restoring our un1 Tshombe told newsmen much remains to be done and that the negotiations would continue aid he had every intention meeting again with Adoula Leopoldville or some other place He gave no indication of vhen Now Schwarz is preparing for his first AntiCommunist School in New York City slated for August It has impressive sponsors among them Adm Arleigh Burke Charles Edison former governorof New Jersey and Gene Tunney But the Presbytery of New York decried rightwing extremism in a statement April 2 admittedly aimed t head oK the Schwarz crusade Even more damaging could be the wholehearted endorsement given Schwarz Jan 12 by Robert H W Welch Jr president o the John Birch Society in an ap pearance at San Francisco Many of our people Welch said help to set up Dr Schwarzs schools along with others and frankly we do our best to take the people who have been stirred up and awakened and alarmed by him to get them together into the John Birch Society as action groups to do something about all Bulletin electric buses stopped running Omaha Public District the Ne braska Public Power System the Kansas Gas and Electric System the Iowa Power and Light Co the Iowa Public Serv ice Co and the Federal Rec lamation Bureau In Des Moines spokes man for the Iowa r Power and Light Co said he was mysti fied by the cause of the wide spread power breakdown An official of the big utility said it was the biggest power failure to hit Iowa in memory The length of the disruption which silenced police radio net works in some areas as well as commercial stations v a r ied By NEIL SHEEHAN SAIGON South Viet Nam UPI wife of US Ambassador Frederick said she and the wife of American Commander Gen Paajl Harkins escaped injury Tuesday when a flight of helicop ters in which they riding was fired on by Communist5 guer rillas The fiveyearold son of a Viet namese army colonel was killed in the action Mrs Nolting said a party of Drives was being flown to the town of Bien Hoa 15miles north of Saigon to see new quarters constructed there for families of Vietnamese fifth division soldiers The helicopter carrying Mrs Nolting of Danville Va and Mrs Harkins of Mil PleasantIowa was not hit by the Communist fire from the ground But another helicopter carry ing the young son of Col Truorig Khue Quang director of welfare were told little boy had been injured but would be all right Perhaps they didnt want to make us feet bad Mrs Nolting said that after the shooting her helicopter continued on to Cantho 75 miles southwest of Saigon to see dependents hous ing there The women did not learn of the Quang childs death until they returned to Saigon later in the day On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society news 1213 Sports 1516 North Iowa news17 Latest markets18 Mason City ntws 1819 Comics 20 Clear Lake news 21 Farm news 23 services for the armed forces was bpy was wounded Vietnamese hit and the He died on For all practical purposes Saigon governments authority in Kien Hoa ends a few miles east of the provincialcapital of Ben Trel The Communists have ruled the three eastern districts of Tri and Binh Dai since the days of the Indo china war i The government hoped in the new operation to put out of action as many Viet Congs as possible I Ten Vietnamese air fighterbombers lighted up the skies Monday night with orange flares and dropped bursting na palm bombs on targets below Many of the Vietnamese were ferried by helicopter But Americanbuilt LCM andvLCVI assault boats brought reinforce ments and a specialized com pany of mechanizedtroops to press the attack Meaning of death from city to service city Des Moines from about pm to while adjacent cities were out much longer the way back to Saigon Mrs Nolting told United Press International that the incident oc curred whenthe two helicopters reached Bien Hoa and encount ered difficulty in landing because of heavy fog She said the helicopter carrying herself and Mrs Harkins hoverec overhead while the heicopter carrying Col Quang and hia 5 and 12yearold sons flew in low o search for a landing pad As it did it was hit by Com munist ground fire Mrs Nolting said Gallows ready he examines past and Light saitl all of the The Iowa spokesman firms clients were back onfull service at pm Cities affected by the power failure ranged from Charles City in the northeast to Sioux City in the northwest Four of seven Des Moines hospitals switched to auxiliary power during the power failure NEW YORK Flight en gineers were restrained for an additional 10 days today from resuming their strike against Pan American World Air ways The order was signed in Brooklyn federal court by Judge George Rosling Photofax AREA HIT BY FAILURE shaded area on the map shows approximate area in parts of five states hit by a giant power blackout Monday Only the Newspaper cze ONLY THE NEWSPAPER gives you a lift with the heavy work KoapfflQj up wffft the world around you The newspa per is organised to make it for you h fellow your pet in finances amuse ments local national and inter national Iowa Generally fair Ithrpiigh Lows Tuesday nighthear 60 Warmer north and extreme highs in the8ps Furtherout cloudy wi i h chance of scattered thunder shbwers Thursday locally wanner lows 4555 northeast 5262 west and south Variable cloudiness and warmer Wednesday with widely scatteredshowers and thunderstorms west and north highs 7582 northeast west and south Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 83 Minimum 53 At 8 am 68 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 83 Minimum 47 Lockport thrills em She said she and Mrs Har kins is the over all commaander of US mili tary forces in both Soviet Viet Nam and Thailand made the trip at Col Quangs invitation It seems so pitifuLthat it had to be a little boy who seemed so happyto begoing on the trip Mrs Nolting said of the death of Col Quangs son Describing the shooting she said Our pilot said he wouldnt be able to see until we got within 200 feet of the ground The other helicopters with Col Quang and the little boy went clouds to iook The Commu BY THE IOWA DAILY PRESS ASSOCIATION Copyright 1962 FORT MADISON Iowa Daily Press Association has ob tained this exclusive article on capital punishment written by one of two men now awaiting the gallows at the state peni tentiary v Following is a firstperson ac count on capital punishment My name is Charles Edwin Kelley I am 21 years of age A the present time I am on death row in the Iowa State Peniten tiary at Fort Madison I am here for shooting a man to death in what is described as premeditated murder which is not exactly all the truth 3t Many times I have been asked Do you feel at all re morseful And I think to my self is he kidding How coulc any man do what I have done down through the for a landing site Sen Beall to submit prayer law WASHINGTON J Glenn Beall RMd said Tues day he will propose a constitu tional amendment to permit prayer in the public schools I was shocked by Mondays decision of the Supreme Court Beall saW and I feel that legis lation should be introduced imme diately to reaffirm the nations faith and trust in the Supreme Being Beall said he was checking the language of his proposed amend ment with constitutional lawyers but expected to introduce it in the Senate later this week He said the amendment propos al would declare in essence that nothing in the Constitution should be interpreted to deny the right of any school to make available to its students periodic expressions of prayer or religious observance provided that participation by stu 1052 dents shall not be mandatory jbase NEW YORK ff The 103 piece Lockport High School Band of Lockport III won the plaudits of about 1500 spectators for their march ing and music tne New York City Hair Monday The band ison a tour after winning worth of mu sical instruments at Mason City in national competition held in connection with the North Iowa Band Festival and premiere of the Music Man movie t The group played on the steps of City Hall for nearly a half hour awards for Iowas artists DES MOINES AP Awards totaling will be presented Iowa artists competing in the Iowa art exhibit at the State Fair Aug 1726 Fair officials in announcing this Tuesday said that first place awards in painting classes will be and in Closing date for entries is Aug 10 LIVING COSTS UNCHANGED WASHINGTON W Living costs were unchanged in May at the record level set in April Lower prices for food and gaso line balanced out higher hous ing and medical care costs to leave the government index at rusty Viet Cong apparently were waiting there and fired on them The he li copter was not tnocked down but we didnt land Whenwe returned to Saigon we percent period of the 195759 A Conner dies after car mishap J Con ner 56 died Monday night at a Hampton hospital of injuries received in an accident on Highway 65 south of Hampton earlier in the day Conner was driving alone in an ambulance to pick up a body in Des Moines He had started lo pass another south bound car and saw a north bound car approaching According to authorities Con ner swerved off the1 highway to avoid a collision His vehicle traveled along the shoulder 159 feet went into a ditch and smashed into a tree Mr Conner was a candidate in 1960 for Worth County sher iff He is survived by his wife Marjorie a daughter Eve 17 twin son and daughter Lynn and Lynette 12 and a stepson David Johnson California Funeral arrangements are pending word from Johnson who is enroulc to Hawaii with his wife on a vacation trip and not feel sorry for it I am sorry and God knows it too I nobody else can forgive God can If I had one wish in ihi world today that wish would be to be sure of your forgiveness and Gods too No matter what anybody say about me or to me I have ire morse I have an ache in m heart that is nothing short unbearable The picture stamped in my heart and it wil never be removed The picture is one of a man dying It is no a pretty picture lo have in one heart I may be reading or just sit ting and thinking and all of sudden three questions will aris in my mind Did it really hap pen How did it happen An why did it happen The first can be answerc with a plain yes it did The second just too much t drink plus a gun with n thought of results or to capita punishment Thats right n thought of either When this trouble started bac in Feb 16 1961 I didnt thin about anyone getting shot would never get into any troubl like that I didnt know an more about punishment tha what I have seen on TV The third question why is still unanswered When I was 15 years old ended up in juvenile court fo pfil 8 r ranaway from there fie next dayI was back My parents took me back ley didnt want to but they did n I was gone again nd this lime I didnt go back two months later I went tack into juvenile court and was ut on probation I found a job which what I vanted all along And ever since the first part if 1957 until I960 I have aver aged five jobs a year In March f 1960 I wanted to find out why always left a job for no ap parent reason Of all the jobs I lave had 1 was fired from only one On most of them I would either walk off the job or vouldnt go to work at all Why I dont know So in March of 1960 I went to he of Minnesota Hospital At this time I already knew I lad epilepsy for I had had a brain wave test taken in 1956 I running away from home andj skipping school I went into CHARLES KELLEY was discharged from the Ma rines for epilepsy in January of 1959 When I went to the University of Minnesota Hospital I knew why I was going wanted to find out why I did the things thatI knew were wrong but that I did without any control whatsoever I was sorry after it was aver but what good is it to be sorry and to do the same thing over again I didntKurt anybody most of the time except juvenile court on April 2 1956 and got sent lo a county juvenile school in Glen Lake Minn On parents because I couldnt listen to them when they would give me good advice I had all kinds of tests And   

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