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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                In peace or war death saddens SOLDIERS family of Army Pvt David A Setter 24 after learning he had been killed in ambush m Korea From the left Mrs Joan Schickert 20 a sister his father and Photofax mother Mr and Mrs Erich Seiler bro thers Kenneth 22 Thomas 8 and Michael 13 and Mrs Ralph Huettner 17 THERESA Wis UPI Twentyfour tolls of the churoh bells brought the cold war home to this little farming community Until Monday the cold war be it Korea or Viet Nam was something he towns people read about But at that hour a telegram from the Defense Department told them one of their sons had died because of it Pvl David Seiler 24 who lived on a farm near here was gunned down with another soldier as they went on patrol duty in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea A third American soldier was critically wounded We knew someone had died when they began tolling the said Mrs R R Sigler who runs the mart where the youth of this village spends their leisure hours The bells toll once lor each year of the persons age It wasnt long before every one knew David had been killed Mrs Sigler said They wanted to let us know the war isnt over yet said Davids mother Mrs Erich Seiler as she tried to under stand what had happened She had been looking forward to seeing her son on television this coming Friday David wrote me last week she said telling that one of the networks had done a show on the 10th anniversary of the Korean Armistice Be sure to watch the guard at the motor pool because thats me he wrote Mrs Seiler who has under gone two serious operations in the last six months tried hard to be strong But her eyes were red svith tears You dont think anything can happen because were not sup posed to be at war she said Sellers father svas called from his job at nearby Mayviile He was too shocked to say much What can you say he said David was one ofsix children The Sellers have a 50 acre farm near the village and sell hogs commercially Seiler has worked at Mayviile for some lime to supplement his income David didnt finish school and lived on the farm until he en tered the army He was a quiet boy said Mrs Sigler DAVID SEILER North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated Presi United Pieu International Full Lease Wirej MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 30 1763 UOc Paper Consists of Two No 147 FREE ENTERPRISE IN Tom Etka 14 gives Jackie Van Aken 5 a can get his nick elsworth peek through thetelescope at a prisoner on the Fort Madison State Penitentiary water tower Holding the sign seeking business at the telescope is Steve Etka 12 The kids made about 60 cents during a onehour period The Photofax prisoner is William T Bradley 45 of Sioux City who went into his third day at or near the top of the 140foot tow er inside the prison walls The arrow points to Bradleys position on the cat walk of the tower at a time when Bradley apparently was taking a nap All efforts of prison officials to talk him down have failed No strings on Apact Mansfield US to push for underground ban WASHINGTON AP Sen Mike Mansfield of Montana said after a conference with President Kennedy Tuesday that there are no gimmicks no side issues tied to the Moscow test ban treaty The Senate Democratic leader said the limited test ban agree ment has broad support not only in the Senate which must ratify it but in the House as well We informed the President the chances for strong bipartisan rat ification of the treaty by the Sen ate were excellent and that we expected the ratification would come as soon as possible Mans field said after the weekly White House breakfast session of Dem ocratic congressional leaders MamfMd taM Undersecretary of State W Averell Harriman created a tremendous impression in his appearance before the Sen ate Foreign Relations and the Armed Services Committees and the Joint Atomic Energy Commit tee Monday It appeared however that Sen ate Republican leaders have killed any chance of a bipartisan display at the formal signing of the test ban treaty in Moscow North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy Tuesday night aow Wednesday fot Lows Tuowtoy nigfct in tow Ms Hiffcs Wednesday in wp GENEVA MVTbe United States announced Tuesday it will continue working for a treaty banning underground nu clear weapons tests to supple ment the limited test ban ac cord achieved in Moscow last week Woother details on 2 Ask Negroes to apply on Iowa patrol DES MOINES Har old Hughes said Tuesday he would like to see Negroes apply for po sitions on the State Highway Pa trol The governor said the patrol is one of the few stale organizations which does not have Negroes on its staff I dont know if there have been applications from Negroes for jobs on the patrol Hughes said but I would like to see Ne groes apply If a Negro is better qualified than a white man he should have the job Hughes a news conference that he has received few com plaints about civil rights in Iowa As far as I know we have never had a problem about civi rights in the state government although there are a few areas where we have no Negro employ U S Ambassador Charles C Stelle told the resumed 17na tion disarmament conference he limited lest ban concluded in Moscow does not accomplish he strongly preferred objec tive of the United States a lomprehcnsive treaty banning tests in all environments Hughes said Kill 4 North Koreans after 3 G ls are slain Fear vast campaign by Chinese The State Department said Tuesday new Communist attacks across the truce line into South Korea may be part of a broad Red Chinese campaign to increase tension in troubled Asia The raids have claimed the lives of three US soldiers and oneSouth Korean in the past twb days Questioned about the attacks State Department Press Officer Richard I Phillips noted re ports of an increase in Chinese Communist military strength along the disputed border with India and indicated they may be linked to developments in Korea Other officials said Red pen etrations of USheld territory in South Korea were beginning to look like part of a deliberate campaign to sabotage the new test ban treaty with Russia and proposed EastWest discussions on European security At this point he said these attacks appear to be a reflection of the North Korean Communist activities in connec tion with the tenth anniversary of the armistice The Moscow treaty is for banning tests in the atmos phere in spaceand under wa ter but does not include nu clear explosions underground Stelles statement came at the outset of the conference which gathered amid uncer tainty over its future Sovfet negotiator Semyon K Tsarapkin and Britains Peter Thomas also were on hand to outline their positions on the limited test ban accord gener ally hailed as a major cold war breakthrough The American negotiator made no reference to Mondays statement by French President Charles de Gaulle who said France will not join the Mos cow treaty and will go ahead with her own nuclear weapons development STREET SI NO CHICAGO UPI State Patr01 Coppers were asked to We have always employed Ne groes in clerical positions in the government ijoin in the First Street sing along Monday as new street signs were unveiled Passersby were given the lyrics to the Hughes said he believes theuunCj Chicago The street major racial issues in the stateising played up the new street ttl ail UUU1 was involve discrimination in housingjsign slogan State Street That on his first duty assignment i and employment I Great Street However I would not want 0 exclude the possibility of their being linked to wider de velopments in Asia Asked to explain the phrase wider developments the spokesman said there have been reports of a Chinese Commu nist build up in military strength along the Indian bor der He added the Communists also were maintaining their pres sures in Laos and Viet Nam Charges U S too lax in G I deaths DAVISON Mich father of the latest GI killed in peacetime Korean skirmishe said Tuesday the death of his son was uncalled for and the United States was too lax George F Larion Davison Mich whose son George Jr 21 was shot by North Koreans said I dont think we are def inite enough in any situation It can be stopped and if it has to be stopped by force lets get it over with This yearafter year stuff in the cold war is not my way of thinking I might be wrong but thats the way I feel Larion said his son a cor poral in an artillery outfit was BURIED 80 HOURS help to pull a 13yearold Yugoslavian girl from ruins of earthquakeshattered building in which she was buried for 80 hours The girl was found beneath the rubble by a French group that heard sounds from her by using an ul trasensitive listening device One of Photofax the French specialists is in be hind her Two Yugoslav soldiers and a doctor right aid in the rescue of girl in Skopje that was hit by quake on July 26 The death toll neared 1000 as leveling of ruins began See story on page 2 Inside The Globe FORECLOSURE rate on homes increases Page 3 BOOK FAIR collection startsPage 8 MOHAWKS beat Pocahon tas Catholic 20 Page 11 WINNERS named at How ard County Fair Page 13 Negro tots halt trucks NEW YORK children sat down in the path of work trucksTuesday and young demonstrators threw themselves onto a cranes load at a Brooklyn hospital construction site Mason City news 47 Latest markets 7 The demonstrations demand the hiring of more Negroes and Puerto Ricans in publicly financed construction They Shave resulted in 19 arrests 5 the Downstatc Medical Cenlcrjtncy crc carric fn project and three at a similar agon North Iowa newt 13 Comics 14 Farm news 15 Transport timetable 14 Classified pages 1617 A REAL GASSER HOUSTON James C Brown 26 was putting a dol iprotest at an apartment con struction site in Queens In addition police took 12 In the shoving milling crowd surrounding the scene a news paper photographer Matty Black then releasing all Seven young pickets took police by surprise as a crane prepared to unload cement blocks across truck inthe a fence from a street They lars worth of gas in a car Monscrambled onto the truck and lay on a loaded pallet forcing with the Army day he looked up to see the driver nude showering with the gas stations water He dried himself paid me and drove away Brown said the work to stop Policemen removed them bod ily three young women in the group kicking and screaming as only 50 cents for a license isteel mesh fence injuring his jieg He was taken to a doctor for examination but the injury was not believed to be serious REDUCE LICENSE SPRINGFIELD III Gov Otto Kcrncr signed a bil Monday that would permi blind persons to fish by paying Patrol hunts Yank dies in fight SEOUL Korea AP US Army patrols and South Korean national poJice hunted down and tilled four North Korean soldiers Tuesday six miles south of the de militarized zone An American soldier and a South Korean police officer also ost their lives in the grassy river wtlomland south of the Imjin River near Dangdongiri The U S soldier was Cpl icorgc F Larion Jr 24 son of rtr and Mrs George F Larion Davison Mich Col George Creel the UN Command spokesman who con irmed the four North Koreans vere dead said they could be lart of the same raiding patrol tvhich machinegunned a 1st Cav alry Division jeep Monday killing wo US soldiers and wounding another on their way to guard duty in the demilitarized zone also was tto our North Koreans killed Tues day were agents bound on a mis ion of violent espionage They carried automatic weapons and hand grenades The first North Koreans were junncd down about 9 am It was n this clash that a soldier of tha JS 7th Infantry Division and Korean police officer died At about 4 pm the other two Koreans were surrounded n deep grass west of the road to Panmunjom and about a mile south of Freedom Bridge While an American Army heli copter hovered overhead about 50 national policemen and half a dozen US soldiers closed in Two land grenade explosions were heard leading to speculation the agents took their own lives Associated Press photographer Cim Chongkil and reporter An rtuhun arrived on the spot short y before the shooting started this afternoon They interviewed the lusband of an oid woman who was held captive by the four Com munists Yang Chon Soon 52 was out collecting mushrooms in tht Please turn to page 2 SAME   

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