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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 22, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Children are slain Re ected suitor kills 2 Bluff COUNCIL BLUFFS 2 yearold boy and a young girl were shot and killed and two per sons were wounded in a wild shooting spree at a Council Bluffs home Friday night Police said Leon Tice Jr 23 of Council Bluffs opened up with a loaded revolver apparently in anger when he called for a young mother he had dated and was told she was not in The dead were 2yearold Ran dy son of Mrs JoAnn Burtness Ticc retreated to the rear and as Peterson ran to the back shot himself as he entered the kitchen Tice wounded himself superfi cially in the head before he was captured He was held under guard in a hospital Police quoted him as saying he had been drink gunning sp LEON TICE JR 14yearold sister Judy and her Jackson The wounded are 7yearold Wil liam Perkins son of Mrs Burl ness and Mrs William Jackson 45 mother of Mrs Burtness The shootings occurred at the Jackson home Tice also turned the gun a 22 caliber on himself when police cornered him later at his own home but he was not believed seriously hurt Mrs Jackson and the Perkins boy were reported in fair condi tion All the wounded were taken to Mercy Hospital here Detective Richard Bechtel said Tice related that he was despond ent and wanted to hurt Mrs The episode started when Tice to the Jackson home and was told that Mrs Burtness was in Omaha across the river from here Randy was killed outright when a couple of shots hit him in the face Judy was wounded in the stom ach and died shortly after in the hospital William was shot in the face Mrs Jackson was shot in the side and the back as she ran outj of the house She fell in a vacant lot and was found there by two neighbors Robert Parker and Clifford Holding who had been at tracted by the noise Police said she told the men Tice did the shooting After Mrs Jackson was c a r r i ed into the Holding home the neighbors called police Patrolmen Clarence Peterson and Ernest Gray went to Tices home learned that he was inside and yelled for him to come out ing all day and wanted to hurl Mrs Burtness Patrolman Kenneth Hummel quoted the youth as saying Id do it again drunk or sober I dont want a life sentence Im ready to hang Tice told officers Mrs Burtness had made plans and he had changed his life for her and then she jilted him for her husband Police said charges would be filed against Tice later Saturday Although they have been sep arated Mrs Burtness had gone out with her husband Curtis Fri day night when Tice arrived at her home Her mother and sister lived with her Hospital officials said Mrs Jack son and the Perkins boy would undergo surgery Saturday for re moval of the bullets The newspaper thor makes al North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 22 1963 I0c a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection On International Full tease Wires Associated Press and United Press No 115 Unity pledge by Pope Paul VATICAN CITY AP Pope Paul VI in his first message to the world pledged Saturday to con tinue the Vatican Ecumenical Council and strive for internation clearly setting out on the path traced by Pope The pontiff spoke as jubilant Catholics made ready for his in auguaration June 30 in Christen doms most brilliant papal speech The ceremony was broad cast from the Sistine Chapel where the Sacred College of Cardinals Friday elected Giovanni Battista Montini 65yearold arch bishop of Milan as the new Pope The preeminent part of our will be occupied with of the Second Council on which the eyes of all men of good Paul Pope Paul did not say when he would reconvene the Council It was believed unlikely that the as sembly would meet Sept 8 as Pope John had scheduled Considerable preparatory work must be done and this was sus pended on Pope Johns death June 3 Pope Johns The Pope spoke after each of the cardinals advanced one by one to his papal throne before the altar in the Sistine Chapel They wore their great capes with long flowing trains Pope Paul wore his white bish goldembroi I Explosion shatters Atlantic al peace The new John XXIII also promised work for Christian unity and ahead with the Canon Law revi sion that John started Pope Paul completed line of his program with the as policies of social justice outlined by his predecessors The prepared message in Latin less than 24 hours after his elec work for which we intend to de tion as 262nd supreme pontiff of energies whichthe Lord gave us so that the Catholic Catholics was in effect a keynote turn to page 2 BEARS FOR SERVICE A female bear and her cub stand on hind legs to beg for goodies from auto visitors in Yellowstone National Park Another cub ambles across the roadARangS3 warn tourists against feeding bears be cause of danger of injury GOP picks site for convention DENVER Republican NationalCommittee selects a site for the partys 19C4 National Con The 65yearold Pope had often e parlys 19C4 National Con spoken with views similar to Saturday amid increasing demands hv demands by Western states for GOP DEAN OF CARDINALS PAYS HOMAGE Cardinal Tisserant right Dean of the College of Cardinals reads speech paying homage to Pope Paul VI left seated on Papal throne in the Vaticans Sistine Chapel The ceremony which indided the Popes first message to the world marked the begin ning ot his lirst lull day as Pontiff of the Roman Lathohc Church ATLANTIC explosion destroyed a concrete hlock build ing in east Atlantic early Sat urday and broke windows in homes and businesses blocks away Firemen said the explosion ap parently was caused by an ac cumulation of gas The blast oc curred about 8 am before em ployes had reported for work and there were no injuries The building housed Glenns TVRadio Service Shop and the Atlantic Credit Bureau Concrete blocks and other de bris from the building were piled about two feet deep on Highway f which runs in front of the structure A door from the building was thrown 50 feet into a tree and aother portions of the building were thrown more than a block away North hwa Weather outlook Showers thunderstorms likely Saturday evening and Sunday Lows Saturday night 5540 Sunday in t h e details on 2 Last ship of ransom sails Sunday WASHINGTON AP A ship carrying the last shipment of ran som for Cuban Bay of Pigs cap tives sails from Philadelphia Sun day The Red Cross announced Fri day in Washington that when the cargo of the SS Maximus is delivered it will bring lo 905 the value of medical supplies and foodstuffs exacted by Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro for the release of 1113 prisoners The total ransom is figured at million The balance is charged to credits for packing in JFK television and transportation of the goods shipped to Cuba by nine WASHINGTON Kennedy sets out Saturday night on a 10day tour of Europe that may derive its greatest signifi cance from his multiple appear ances in European television screens Kennedys voice and image carrying a personal message of friendship from be brought within range of more than telcviston rCCCivers S States via both the Tclstar and Relay satellites Kennedy plans to begin his four country journey at pm EOT Saturday night taking off by jet transport from Andrews Air Force Base Md after spending much of the day with his family at camp David Md West Germany will be the first orderby Ire ships and 35 plane flights The ransom agreement was ne gotiated by New York Lawyer James B Donovan The ransom goods were donated by 204 US manufacturers and the transpor tation was also provided free by US shipping firms and Pan American World Airways The Maximus will return to the IJJr least 12 western European land England Italy and Vatican City The Vatican was placed on so Kennedy United States with 846 Cuban rcfuform countries The most dramatic moment is expected Wednesday when much of Europe will sec a sevenhour stepbystep telecast of Kennedys motor tour through Communist encircled Berlin Television audiences will see the President mount the itinerary Friday Can meet with the Checkpoint Charlie morning VI the new leader of the Presidents Ro man Catholic faith Konrad Adenauer West Ger manys fioontoretiro chancellor will welcome Kennedy to that country at Wahn Airport Sunday already brought here in the ran som operation See Kennedy gain in 64 WASHINGTON APIPresident Kennedys civil rights recommen dations may win him enough Ne gro votes in the North in 1964 to more than offset the support he appears to be jettisoning in the South While Kennedy and his Demo cratic lieutenants have sounded trumpet calls for bipartisan back ing the Presidents action in ask ing Congress for a program has put farreaching Republicans Parts of the Berlin program will be beamed live to the United itlie start of the most over a political barrel The outcome of course is un certain But if Congress passes any substantial segment of the Kennedy program the voters in the North and the South are likely lo label the end result as a Ken nidy measure The fact that GOP votes might have been crucial for the bills passage might get scant attention in the acclaim for a presidential victory in this field On the contrary if no bill is passed the outcome probably will be chargcdor credited as the viewpoint the Republi can minorities of the two houses The committee arranged to pick the convention city about l pm CST from a list of seven citiej bidding for the designation First will come the recommen dation of a special site selection committee Its vice chairman Jean K Tool of Colorado said a final vote will be made just before he National Committee acts The candidates for the National Convention are Atlantic City Chi cago Dallas Detroit Miami Beach Philadelphia and San Francisco The site committee wants the convention to open July 13 1964 The Western bid for greater rec ognition bulwarked by talk of Arizona Sen Barry Goldwater as presidential candidate was spearheaded by Sen Gordon Al lolt of Colorado I in our Western spirit as n our Western accomplishments and limitless potential a vital les son for our national party Allott said in the principal address at a dinner Friday night Gov Clifford P Hansen of Wyo ming in another speech took similar line Republicanism never exhibited greater strength and unity than is presently displayed in the Rocky fountain area he said noting hat Republicans hold governor ships in Montana Idaho Colora do Utah Arizona and Wyoming Sen Peter K Dominick of Colo rado said at a news conference that more than 20 per cent of the strength of the Republicans in the Senate comes from the West al though it has comparatively few electoral votes Another statement by Dominick illustrated the increasing talk among Westerners for Goldwater He said he thinks Colorado might abandon a favorite son boom for Allott if Goldwater goes into the National Convention with a large bloc of votes Inside The Globe RUSSIAN space twins hon ored in Moscow Page for having contributed minion ior navmg conlr butcc television coverage ever given an the margin for the programs dc American president in Europe feat CIVIL WAR Page 3 feature pilot one of Aviation Day stars Page 6 JFK rights chiefs meet WASHINGTON Kennedy brings under one roof Saturday 30 Negro and white civil rights spokesmen some of them bitter rivals for leadership in the drive to smash racial barriers The White House session bring ing together some AFLCIO offi cials as well as heads of organi zations that have spearheaded demonstrations for Negro equali tywill be Kennedys fourth meet ing this week in his effort to quiet and settle the turbulent integra bor leaders churchmen educators For more than an hour Kennedy talked with 244 of the countrys leading attorneys 60 of them from the South in the White House East Room At Kennedys request they es tablished a committee to work to ward establishing better communi cations between whites and Ne groes tion scene Among those Kennedy invited to meet who leaves lawyer said the thrust of argument was not for rday night for Europe his legislative to which some of Die Southern lawyers ob but an appeal for flic law ycrs lo workin tlieir hometowns v r til Dr Martin Luther King president if the Southern Christian Leader hip Conference Roy Wilkins wccutive secretary of the Nation il Association for the Advance ment of Colored People James rarmcr national secretary of the Congress of Racial Equality Ralph McGiil editor of he Atlanta Ga Constitution and A Phillip Randolph president of the AFLCIO Brotherhood of Beeping Car Porters This week Wilkins brought into the open the feud among the or ganizations fighting for civil rights Speaking at a NAACP rally Wil tins sharply criticized CORE Di vings Christian Leadership con erence and the Student NonVio cnt Coordinating Committee Contending that other groups furnish the noise while NAACP pays the bills old he hem your money go be given to us it should What precisely Kennedy wishes o discuss with the civil rights eaders Saturday was not dis closed One cause for concern in the ad ministration are the explosive demonstrations some of which lave flared into rioting jn North and South and government officials have boon laboring to cccp the lid on Within the past three weeks the resident for racial harmony For jhc most part the lawyers described the session as very pro ductive Israel to train in US on defense WASHINGTON AP Israeli military technicians will start training in the United States next month in use of the Armys Hawk Air defense missile it was learned Saturday The Hawk mounts a convention al explosive warhead This indicated negotiations for sale of the Hawks to Israel are to a close and agreement reached soon Pentagon said no contract has yet been signed Israel wants lo buy the super sonic mobile missile Jo counter what it claims is a dangerous buildup of air striking power in the neighboring United Arab Re public Although built to knock down low flying airplanes the Army claims the Hawk has shown it can intercept battlefieldtype missiles like the 12mile range Honest John Earlier this month the Army r r rv my himself has conferedjsclin motion a project to improve with theater owners operators Hawks ability to engage tac storcSi molcls Ucal baistic mjssileSi kjnd that might be encountered by a field army The Army said 114 Israeli mili tary men will be tnught in this Return stolen goods taken at Garner quantity of the merchandise stolen at a break n al the Horn Distributing Co lore several weeks ago has country to use and maintain Hawk system School teachers to M pairngs Page 9 Church news Society 47 Clear Lake news g Sports news Editorials Mason City news 1213 Classified pages H17 North news been returned according 7 Hancock County Sheriff L Srowcr 11 was recovered at Marshalltown Several suspects arc in cus vcsligation into the Garner breakin and others around the state They are Russ Varnum being at Gnindy Center his wife Gokla in custody at Etdora a brother Lylc Varnum who has been released on bond Ionny Skin Morrison and Dick Pres ton both in custody at Toledo the MN GOD WE SPRINGFIELD would TRUST 111 be per mitted to lead daily recitation of four lines from the national anthem including the words In God We Trust foder a bill passed Friday by the Illinois House SAME DATEWZ   

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