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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1963, Mason City, Iowa 3 killed in separate North Iowa accidents Three lives were claimed in separate accidents on North Iowa highways Friday night and early Saturday morning The dead were Mrs Donnie Shirley Ann Kunzman 20 loute 1 Rockwell Dennis Leo Hiller 21 rural Ionia Mrs Clarence Spinier 41 Marshall own Mrs Kunzman died in a Ma DEATH Highway patrolman Kunzman 20 was killed Three other Dale Hoover inspects the wreckage of a persons in the car were injured car in which Mrs Donnie Shirley Ann SIX INJURED A Carpentersviile 111 family of six was injured in this car around midnight Friday when a collision occurred at the intersection of Highway 9 and 65 at Manly during rain Motel construction expected to get under way next week By CARL WRIGHT GlobeGazette Staff Writer Construction Mason Citys Holiday Inii known as Inn Inc is expected to get next week according to Fritzsche Burlington executive vice president of the firm and vice president of Carl A Nelson Co Burlington the builder All arrangements for the purchase of the land from the Mason City Brick Tile inter ests have been completed and we expect to start moving dirt in three or four days said Fritzsche We are still planning on a December completion date weather permitting William Bowman Jr Jefferson City Mo president of the Motor Inn organization was in Mason City Friday to complete nego tiations for the land With him was his attorney Ed Wayland Columbia Mo Their plane was grounded at Des Moines and they completed the trip by car arriving in Mason City late in the day A C Frisk president of the Mason City Brick Tile Co acted for the company in the sale of the land Hadley Florer Mason City realtor promoted the transaction Fritzsche acting for the Carl A Nelson Co which holds the building contract received a building permit late Friday at the City Hall The permit for general construction of the building exclusive of heating wiring and plumbing as welt as land pool service station and driveways was for Subcontracts and furnishings for the Mason City Motor Inn Inc and the building itself will exceed one million dollars in cost according to Fritzsche Although Carl A Nelson Co has the general contract as much of Mason City labor and materials as can be used will go into the structure ac cording to Fritzsche Carl Folker Burlington su perintendent of the Mason City project has already arrived and is lining up equipment for the starting operations The motel consisting of 100 nnits commercial building res taurant banquet room for 500 cocktail lounge coffee shop sta tion will be constructed on acres at2M 4th SW west of Super Mar ket on Highway 18 The 100 guest units will be of twostory construction built in an L shape One block of units on the east side extending north and south will consist of 58 units the connecting block extending east and west will consist of 42 units The east wing will be 50 by 218 feet the west wing will be 50 by 140 feet The commercial building which will face on 4th Street SW will be 50 by 174 feet plus a 40 by 65 foot wing There will be parking facilities for 198 cars Mason Citys Holiday Inn wil son City hospital about three hours after she was hurt in a 2 first aid and radioed for NE Mason City and his Icnces Three ambulances two car crash at the intersection of highway patrolmen and the Highways 9 and 65 at ManlyNorthwood sheriff came to as The accident hospitalized ninesist other persons Highway patrolman Dale Hoover on the scene shortly aft er midnight estimated the crash occurred approximately three minutes earlier He administered Mrs Kuniman was a passen ger in a car driven by her hus band Donnie Kunzman 28 Oth er passengers in the car were Clarence Junior Ward 28 1050 wife Joann Marie 27 The other car involved in the accident was driven by Rex 0 Scarbrough 4i Carpentersviile III The five passengers in his car injured were his wife Ger aldinc 42 their two sons John Michael 19 and David Mason 15 their daughter Pamela Ann The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 13 V UOc ConsUts of Two International Full Lease Wires Associated iress and United Press No 133 Iowa race discrimination cited in jobs and housing DES MOINES the face of racial strife in many areas of the nation Gov Harold Hughes said Saturday in Iowa too peo ple are denied employment opppr unities and decent housing be British Open copped by Bob Charles LYTHAMST ANNES Eng land leftlianded be equipped withiyeSrarburidi Bob Charles of New Zealand air telephone in eyery room meet ing facilities Ctelevision ftile baths y a let arid laundry serv ice free ice and many other services including house physi cian and baby sitters the plan ners said The restaurant and food con cessions will be operated by the Copper Kettle Restaurants of Kansas City Mo which oper ates a number of restaurants in Holiday Inns as well as other restaurants throughout the country Officers and owners of the company besides president Please turn to page 2 We hove our own Iowa phone line The GloWs Iowa Line The GlakcGiicUci exclisiyc VMJ dtstince telephone wire mitt father hit article GlobeGazette readers will be seeing from time to time in news articles an insertion refer ring to The Globes Iowa line1 It is the news departments way of informing readers that a new service is being used to provide more complete cover age It is a private long distance wire leased from the Northwest ern Bell Telephone Co By using it the GlobeGszette can be in constant touch with eace officers other public of iicials and our own correspond ents in North Iowa cities and towns and throughout the state The wire is in use daily ol course but the insertion will appear only on major stories involving a number of telephone calls throughout the area It is our way of letting you know that we spare no effort to provide the best news cover age possible and that we con stantly are looking for means of improving it The GlobeGa zette is The newspaper tha makes all North lowans neigh bors r 7 i a third siraightBrihsh Open golf championship Saturday when he defeated Bob Rotlgers of La Jolla Calif by eight strokes in their 36bole title playoff The 27yearold Charles shot a morninground 69 and a 71 in the afternpon for a 140 stroke total that easily won him the first prize Rodgers shot rounds of 72 and 76 for 148 in his futile bid for the title won by Arnold Palm er in 13G1 and 13S2 The victory made Charles the first New Zealander ever to win the British Crown And he also became the first left handed golfer ever to win a major international tourna ment In addition to the compara tively meager first prize purse Charles now faces an opportunity to pick up 000 in the World Series of Golf to be played at Akron Ohio Sept 7 and 8 The Brit ish Open champion qualifies for the fourman field in the Akron tournament Red agents would kill spy they say LONDON AP Soviet agents are searching Britain with order to kill or kidnap master spy Ano toli Dolnytsin who defected to the West 18 months news papers said Saturday The Daily Express said an a tempt already may have bee made on the defectors life ause of the color of their skin or eir religion Hughes said he would not pre ume to advise governors in other ates on civil rights matters un l the problems of discrimination re solved in Iowa Discrimination retards the rowth of Iowas economy he aid It leads to a dismal and istressing squandering of human esources It does not allow many owans to fulfill their economic xtential thus making all Iowa he poorer for it He said A Urge proportion of tie cost of unemployment expen itures aid to dependent children jaymehts law enforcement costs and other state health and welfare arec made necessary Vejudice Hughes cited two acts by the 963 legislature which he said hould help combat discrimination One is the home rule statute hich will permit cities and towns i establish civil rights commis ions with authority to take legal ction against persons practicing iscrimination in employment or ousing The other is the fair employ ment practices act forbidding job iscrimination by employers or la or unions Hughes said the legislature did lot provide machinery for han lling alleged violations under the air employment act nor did il provide for a permanent human rights commission But the governor said he wil n the future reconstitute a Gov ernors Commission on Human Rights to investigate and possibly mediate complaints of violation of human and civil rights in Iowa He said several members of for PHOTOGRAPHER DIES CHICAGO Fujita 5 Japanese born photographer who covered the St Valentines ay massacre and the capsizing f the steamer Eastland in which 12 were killed died Friday Inside The Globe SHAKY TRUCE in Cam bridge race strife Page 2 TFX PROBE makes tern pers boil Page 3 MINK IS sweaters back and for Page 6 CHIEF MAHASKA playe role of peacemaker Page 18 Church Society news 6 Clear Lake news Sports news 91 Editorials 1 Latest markets 1 Mason City news 121 mer commissions established by 16 and Mrs Scarbroughs moth er Mrs Arnold Dunning 64 Mrs Kunzman was born Sept 13 1942 at Grafton daughter of Melvin and Bernice Kochler She was married to Donnie Kunz man June 24 1961 at the Little Brown Church Nashua Surviving are her husband a daughter Tammy fourwceks okl her father Melvin Kochler Manly mother Bernice Koch lor Mason City and grandpar ents Funeral services have been set tentatively for 2 pm Tues day Friends may call at McAulcyScanlanMeKasson Fu neral Home after 2 pm Mon day Patrolman Hoover said that according to one of the injured persons in the Illinois car Scar brough approached the intersec tion coming from the east on Highway 9 stopped at a stop sign and proceeded into the in tersection The witness told the patrol man in Illinois such intersec tions are 4way slops and it was assumed the Kunzman car going south on Highway 65 would stop The Illinois car was hit broad side and knocked into a ditch on the southwest side of the in tersection The patrolman said it was raining at the time and no skid marks were noticed on the pavement The fatally injured was the last to be discovered among the wreckage The patrolman said that after checking both cars ormer Govs Herschel Loveless nd Norman Erbe will be appoint d to the new body Recalling that lowans were mong the leaders in helping laves escape on the underground ailway in the Civil War Hughes aid it is easier to criticize the Southern states than to face the acts about racial discrimination n your own home town and in your own state I have felt for a long time tha a lot of our civil rights problems could be solved if all people couk for a few days be made to shar the feelings of a person who is victim of discrimination Hughe said and radioing for help he be gan administering first aid and discovered Mrs Kunzman under the dashboard with the seat which had lorn loose hiding her fa in Russia a flop MOSCOW m Soviet and Red Chinese Communist party ex perts entered what may be one of their final unity meetings Saturday The Chinese have al ready called the conference a flob A statement from Peking indi cated the Chinese negotiators elt they had lost a battle not ihe war and were pushing for urther talks Differences that cannot settled immediately may be laid aside the Peking statement said If we cannot finish our discussions in one session sev eral can be held and our par ties can hold further bilateral talks With the negotiations appar ently winding up the seemed clear for the Russians to open their meetings Monday with US and British officials on a nuclear test ban The Soviet side remained si Jcnt on the while Kremlin leaders digest ed the import of Pekings state ment Red China broke the week long official silence surround ing the ideological peace talks Friday acknowledging with Jommunisms giants have failed Then in an apparent attempt o avoid charges of rupturing the talks Peking held the door open for further negotiations at another time We want unity not a split the official Peking Peoples Daily said in an editorial broad cast by the New China News Agency monitored in Tokyo It added The present situation is very grave 60 bullets fells bear MEMPHIS Tenn AP A 1000 pound grizzly bear was killed by blasts from two ma Classified pages le17jhearts that attempts to heal North Iowa news i U the widening breach between chine guns rifles and shotguns when he crashed growling through a plywood barrier set up after the animal dug through his sprayed concrete enclosure The huge beast roamed the Icar gas filled service tunnel be hind the hear caves for almost five hours as zoo keepers and po lice tried ot coax him back Fri day Emergency squad Capt Sam Evans said the bear finally fell after being hit by more than GO bullets Miller died early Saturday morning when his car struck wo utility poles and a fire hy drant on US 18 near the west edge of New Hampton A pas senger Edward Bartz 21 Charles City was hospitalized with severe face lacerations and body bruises Power in the northwest sec lion of New Hampton was turned off so the body could be removed from the car Chickasaw County Sheriff Galen Folkers said it was not known yhether he died as the result of crash or was electro cuted Funeral are in complete at the LarkinFuneral Chapel Surviving are his par ents Mr and Mrs William Miller Ionia two brothers and a sister Mrs Spinier died Friday night in Ellsworth Municipal Hospital Iowa Falls from injuries suf fered several hours earlier about 3 pm Friday when the car she was driving crashed hcadon with one driven by Eugene Hurd 41 Aldcn The collision occurred at the junction of US 65 and 20 about five miles north of Iowa Fails Mrs Spinlcrs three children were passengers in the car Bar bara Legg 17 is in serious condition with possible chest iuries and severe lacerations Janice Legg 14 and David 8 were not hospitalized Hurd is in satisfactory condi lion with a fractured jaw pos sible chest injuries and facial lacerations His son Leslie20 is in good condition with scalp lacerations and another son William 18 has been released from the hospital Four other lowans were killed in other accidents Friday night and Saturday morning They were Sam Whitaker 31 Hills boro Mrs W J Burt 62 Des Moines Harold Berry 54 Des North Iowa Weather outlook Pftrtfy ctou4y wwl cufcr A tfttto er Svnatey Saturday in awji Migjn in Siifnt chance fltoather stateilt en 1 Moines Curtis D Lamb 23 Stale Line Road south of Bloom field Fund grows for accused murderer of Medgar Evers GREENWOOD Miss AP The defense fund for Byron de la Beckwith accused of the murder of integration leader Medgar Ev ers is growing the funds attor ney said Friday night Attorney Kite McLean Sr said donations are coming in from all over the country They are mostly small in the and class He refused to estimate amount of money donated GARNER RETIREMENT HOME An senior citizens housing loan has been approved by the Com munity Facilities Administration in Washington on the Prairie View Home in Garner Construction is to start in December on high ground near the swimming pool in southwest Garner The building will have 72 efficiency apartments and four onebedroom apartments It will provide central dining recreation and lounge N E Brear is president of the non profit corporation The home is to be completed by mid1965 SAME
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