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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 1, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited for the The CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 102 newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors M UUta rm lUmama MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1 USJ Crash claims its second life A onecar accident south of Mason City Thursday claimed its second victim Friday afternoon when Wil bur G Lloyd 49 died in a Mason City hospital He had been in critical condition since the accident Jerry Allen Anderson 25 the other man in the crash died suddenly Friday morning Dr Joseph E Christopherson Cerro Gordo County medical examiner said the results of an autopsy showed Anderson died of severe internal hemorrhage 10o Paper Consists of Two SecUonsSecUon OM No 171 ff Colleges girls and calendars a Greater use of facilities GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau 46 mil lion young men and women will cix 1L0 ivuamiu be going off to colleges and Jensen both of San Fernando universities in September most of them figuratively at least Ub Li Cl HO hand in hand Indeed the in CharlesCity to coeducation has so accele rated in recent years that even male strongholds of the Ivy League are displaying new touches of philodendron Harvard has just about given up all pretense of separation from Radcliffe Since 1943 Har vard has been responsible for An autopsy also was conductec in Lloyds death Lloyd receivec chest injuries a broken arm and leg and had severe laceration and bruises The two men were in a car which went out of control and hit a tree near the entrance of the Northland Motel on Highway 65 south of Mason City The car caught fire after hitting the tree but neither man was burned Lloyd had been employed in Mason City as a laborer He was born in Loyal Wis the son of Leonard and Ella Holcomb Lloyd Surviving are his mother Mrs Ella Nicholson Charles City a son Leonard Des Moines a twin brother William Langdon Iowa three sisters Mrs Harry Starkey Charles City bert Friend and Mrs Richard the undergraduate instruction of all Radcliffe women In April the combined faculties agreed that Harvard would give Rad cliffe girls their undergraduate degrees And now Harvard is admitting women for the first time to its90yearold Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Yale has yet tembrace co education at the undergraduate level although women have beenadmitted to some of its graduate schools for years A change may or may not be in the making A Yale faculty com mittee in April recommended the admission of wrfmen under graduates as a national duty the report aroused some loud shouts of Never from redfaced Old Blues This summer women will be welcomed for the first the hills of Hanover N H Dartmouth has been op erating on a trimester system since 1958 Now a fourth 10week session is being offered in the summer and girls will be in vited in equal numbers with men Seven women have re ceived Dartmouth graduate de grees usually for summer work They will not be Dart mouth women however but like men from other institutions will carry their credits back to the schools they regularly attend Thus they will be relieved of the necessity of bragging that Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Hauser Funeral ome in Charles City FBI checking threats made at Catholic school BURAS La AP FBI agents investigated Saturday re ported threats of violence stem ming from desegregation of a Roman Catholic school in this small unincorporated town near the mouth of the Mississippi river The school was closed Friday by church authorities who said they feared violence and insuffi cient police protection They in dicated they expected to reopen it Tuesday On Wednesday five Negroes and 38 white persons walked past a large white tomb inscribed None except those of white blood to be buried in this tomb and started the first day of integrated Catholic schools in Louisiana The next day stayed away and endance was down to 25 Less than three hours after the Negroes the white at ITS EASY TO TELL THEM APART want to know how to tell 10 yearold George Harris from his twin Jerry 1 Just look at their feet The boys who live near Diamond in southwest Missouri were dressed identically for Photofax the first day of George went without his shoes Feet pinch you know after a summer of fishing and swimming and carefree barefooted days So George just left his shoes at home Evidenceindicates Russ i ans failed in recent Venus shot in they bear the granite of New Hampshire in their muscles and their brains The Dartmouth move is part of a general search by colleges and universities for greater use of campus plant and faculty Dartmouth and a number of other colleges and universities for almost a decade have been operating special summer ses sions for business executives These will continue in for the summer term under graduate enrollment is expected to come to only about 1000 as against 2900 through the year The decision to open the sum mer session to students from other colleges was at least in part based on cost considera tions Dartmouths regular body conceivably could not have pro vided enough summer students to make the session worthwhile Other arguments for year round education are plentiful A full academic year would enable many students to complete col lege in less than three years It would give students particular ly those in the sciences a chance to enrich their liberal arts background It would give students the opportunity to trav el in the autumn winter or spring terms And it would al low students to take at other colleges special courses not of fered at their own If all the nations 2000odd colleges were to go trimester they would create space for 12 Bullion students This would be almost half the increase ex pected by 1970 church authorities ordered the school closed US Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy ordered the FBI to probe charges of threat ened violence Navy uses blimp for last time LAKEHURST NAVAL AIR STATION NJ big vhite airship ghosted up from its moor ings Friday and loomed in the sky for two hours With its descent the era of the Navy blimp was over It was just a bit of nostalgia Capt Ronald F Stultz sard of the WASHINGTON AP An ormed source says Russia tried a space shot a week ago but it failed and fragments of the spacecraft are now orbiting the earth A space agency spokesman confirmed that it has received in formation of the Russian failure three fragments of the Russian space craft are still orbiting the earth A spokesman for the National Aeronautics and Space Adminis tration declined comment at first but later said of the report That conforms with the information we The source be identified who asked not to said Friday night that the Russians tried their deep space shot last Saturday two days before the United States launched its Mariner 2 from Cape Canaver al Fla for a flyby of Venus next December The source said have The Russians have never an nounced a space shot beforehand and they have never announced a failure When a Soviet space shot is successful The failure of the Venus probe to try again until early 19B4 Time is fast running out for such shots and it will be 19 months before the earths nearest planetary neighbor is close enough for another attempted probe The NASA spokesman declined to give information on the orbital path or the size of the fragments from the Soviet spaceship But it was learned from other sources that three fragments are on a relatively low and slow elliptical on a low and it is made public Orbit and a fourth piece fell to Earth Tuesday The fragments could mean Russia will be unable Labor Day talks slated for and union CHICAGO Wl Shutdown of the Chicago North Western ine Navy abandoned the blimp Railway by a telegraphers program last November The ship that made Fridays ceremonial trip had been retained by the service for research purposes now completed strike has started a slow eco npmic squeeze of the ninestate Midwest area served by the line The Order of Railroad Teleg N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NFO campaign opens DES of the National Farm ers Organization said they are ready with informa tion centers to report on the progress of the NFO move to keep livestock and grain off the markets until higher prices are assured The organizations allout holding action went into effect in a 15state area Friday midnight But with a threeday Labor Day holiday period no one expected any immediate reaction on the normal movement of commodities v Typhoon hits Hong Kong HONG KONG Typhoon Wanda battered this British crown colony blowing down houses overturn ing cars and littering the streets with wreckage An official police statement said 16 persons were pre sumed dead and 116 others injured Policeman is a hero NEW YORK A berserk gunman lame and nursing a grudge killed a woman and a policeman and led police in a running gun battle along the Coney Island boardwalk before he was shot to death The gunman James Clark 27 was brought down by Patrolman Herbert Nolan who donned a bulletproof vest walked deliberately toward the qnrushing man and dropped hint with four bullets in the head Nolan was not hit raphers called its 1000 bers off the job Thursday in c dispute over job security Oper ations on the 10600 mile rail net third longest in the nation ground to a halt A federal mediator and union and management were determined to continue bargaining talks through the long Labor Day weekend but all said there was little hope of a quick settlement There is little agreement on any of 1C points recommended by a presi dential factfinding board that proposed a settlement of the six year dispute For many other urban and rural areas dependent upon the for freight service the picture was one of increasing economic inconvenience that could become serious should the strike beprolonged In the nations vast wheatland where the seasonal harvest is well under way the North Western is a principal grain hauler In Iowa representatives of the railroad brotherhoods charged that the North Western locked approximately 2000 employes of St Louis Railroad out of their jobs The Minneapolis St Louis is a division of the North Western and operates 1100 miles of track in Minnesota Iowa and Illinois The strike is being closely watched in Washington and by railroads and rail unions For the railroad industry the strike epitomizes the job securi tyversusmodernizalion dispute that has plagued the nations railroads for several years still aloft are not expected to re main in orbit long Russia also tried a Venus probe early last year but lost radio con tact with the spacecraft after 18 days The United States tried a Venus space shot last July 21 However the vehicle Mariner was de memstroyed when it strayed off course at launching The tempt last US at until early 1964 came Mariner 2 it is million mile 10000 miles of about Dec 14 if attempts to change its course next week suesclerosis ceed or 1962 ailed to Reports differ Russ troops in Cuba WASHINGTON UPI Anti Castro Cuban leaders and a US senator have voiced extreme disagreement with President Kennedys declaration that no Soviet troops have landed in Cuba The reports that troops have arrived in Havana bringing with them heavy and longrange weapons and pos sibly rockets have increased in frequency and insistence in re cent weeks Kennedy has maintained that only Soviet technicians have been landed in Cuba and not uniformed or unitdesignated soldiers Kennedy at his news confer ence Wednesday said there certainly are technicians there in There may be mili tary technicians However the President emphasized that on the question of troops as its generally understood we do not have evidence that there are Russian troops there The Chief Executive said this country has no information about reports that the Cuban Communist regime had received antiaircraft missiles He ex pressed surprise when told that State Department officials have previously indicated that such missiles had been sent to Pre mier Fidel Castros government Sen Kenneth B Keating R NY differed in the Senate with Kennedys statements lam reliably informed that between Aug 3 and Aug is at the Cuban port of Mariel 10 to 12 large Soviet vessels an chored at the former Marante docks The dock area previous ly Had been surrounded by con struction of a high cinder block wall The Soviet ships unioaded r 1200 troops I call these men troops not technicians They were wearing Soviet fatigue uni forms Keating also said five torpedo boats also unloaded and are now moored nearby There is every indication that the naval compliment to handle these dis embarked at the same time he added He said they could not rea sonably be called technicians Keating maintained that no action has by our government and the public has not been alerted Anti C a st r o revolutionary group leaders in Miami and Puerto Rico aiso declared there was that Soviet sol diers are in Cuba They said they had received accurate in formation from underground sources still in Cuba C tire warn WASHINGTON AP A US Navy plane winging over the sea 5 miles from Cuba was fired on y naval craft believed to be Cu ban says the White House which warned Prime Minister Fidel Cas tros government that American crews Mill shoot back in any fu ture attacks The incident which the White Generally fair through Sunday Warmer west Huh cooler southeast Saturday highs lower 70s northeast to near 80 southwest Lows Salur day night in 50s Warmer Sunday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 72 Minimum 43 Sunrise Sunset Daylight time in Minnesota to end on Tuesday ST PAUL Minn W Day light savings time will end in Minnesota at 2 am Tuesday the first day of school Clocks will be set back one hour Daylight time started May 27 DIES IN SURGERY BIRMINGHAM Ala 13 ear battle against a crippling and disease ended in death Friday Tor Geraldine Rcinhart of Birm ngham national multiple Mother of the Year Mrs Reinhart 43 survive an operation louse said occurred Thursday in creased USCuban tensions that have been growing with reports if shiploads of Russian arms iquipment and technicians land ng in Cuba State Department officials were inclined to regard the attack as a secondary incident in the cold war But they cautioned that repe have serious conse ition could quences The White House statement said that all means necessary be employed by US aircraftor ships to protect themselves in any futureencounters over interna tional waters irming it and describing the de vils as these On Thursday afternoon two small naval to be Cuban fired upon an un armed Navy aircraft flying 15 miles north of Cubas coast The plane designedfoir surveil lance of surface shipsand sub marines was on a routine train ing mission out of and was manned by three reservists TheWhite Hpuse said the plane Rumors of attack buued through Washington Friday be fore the White House issued a statement in the afternoon con lowan will face murder charge WATERLOO AP Authorities said murder charges probably viil be filed against a Waterloo 8 Mrs man whose wife died Friday of burns suffered at her home Aug Pearl McClain about 50 old authorities that her husband sam threw gasoline on her and et her afire McClain who was charged with ssault with intent to commit murder claimed his wife set the ire in a suicide attempt He has jeen held in default of xnd SAME fBUck Flat Traffic Deatb io Put 24 Hoaril Mariner now a e is expected to negotiate a delicate change in flight pattern in a few days that should take to within 10000 milesof Venus next December A hydrogen peroxide gas place started its hoped by electronic impulse from earth to swing the spacecraft onto a true course from which it deviated on launching This is an artists view of how it will take was riot hit and none of the crew members were hurt The attack raised indignation in Congressand theSrdecisiqiivtQ shoot backin the future was gen erally applauded This is the only course we can take said Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Mon tana Sen Thomas H Kuchel of California the assistant Republi can leader concurred saying Any time anybody fires on an American military plane it should fire back I agree with the White House instructions The fact that the patrol plane flew so close to the two naval ves sels may be an indication of how closely the United States is watch ing the Russian shipments One question raised by the at tack on the plane was whether it was carried out under orders There was some speculation the blame may lie with triggerhappy Cubans keyed up byCastros re peated warnings of an imminent invasion Dispatches from Havana report that military and police guards have been strengthened around major buildings and installations amid rumors ignored by the antiCas tro forces have made new land ings in Las Villas and Orients provinces There were also reports from informed sources that Castro had foiled an uprising in Las Villas Province Cuban police meanwhile stopped accepting further applications by Cubans for travel to the United States A bad start for holiday traffic BY THE ASSOCIATED PRJESS The nations Labor Day week end began with heavy casual ties in auto crashes The traffic death toll reached 57 Saturday morning with most of the holiday yet to come This was sharply higher than at the same time last year when a relatively low death toll was recorded Rain caused some of the early tragedies The worst single crash thus far was one at Litchfield Minn which claimed the lives of six and left three critically injured On the inside Clear Lake NtwsPage 3 Editorials 4 Religious Featues 67 Mason City News 8S Latest Markets Society News 10 Sports Business News15U North   

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