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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 16, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             NtrtklmV Newspaper Tbr itvspoptr that mokes all North IOWOHS GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL MI PNM utf IMtotf mil Vine MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST U IMS No 142 ss inspection p British Five charged in robbery LONDON hunt for the gang that staged Britains great train robbery was believed Bearing a climax Friday as five suspects were held and Scotlaiuc Yard imposed a 24hour blackout on news of its next moves The men and two to appear in court Friday in Linslade a Buck inghamshire village four miles from the lonely crossing where the GlasgowLondon mail train was ambushed eight days ago aix robbed of more than million in British currency 1 Polict Mid a total of had been recov ered Most of it was in a car anc truck found near the South Coast resort of Bournemouth where two of the suspects were arrestec Thursday Reliable reports said nearly 100 detectives were combing the Lon dos area for members of the gang Officially police said no further arrests were imminent But there was reason to believe the net was tightening Authoritiesindicated tfoy Ikved thegang was still in Brit ain There was an unconfirnvK that rScotland report Yard bad asked French watch believed plying between the Eng lish South and the Ynortl France Police annet out along ing a littleused har The two men arrested in Bour nemouth after a fight with police were identified asRoger John Cowdery and William Boal both of London They were with being concerned with 6th ers unknown iir the predawn robbery Boals wife Rene and Alfred and Mary Pilgrim who run a Lon don florist shop were chargei with receiving 1190 pounds in stolen banknotes The two women pere said to be sis ters Emily Clark HM BourtMnwut widow who tipped police whe Boal and Cowdery offered he three months rent in tadyance fo a garage went into hiding I dont want to say anything it at all Mrs Clark tok reporters as she for a secret address Its all very frighten ing t A contest appeared to be de veloping1 for the 280000 pounid in reward for inform tion leading to apprehension of the gang Most of the reward mone will be paid only if a substantial part of the loot is recovered Mrs Clark had a claim So John Macis 33 a herdsman who led detectives to the gangs farm hideout IS miles from UM scene the robbery WRONG TRADE GOLDSBORO NC si months suspended sentenc Thursday for practicing the trade he learned in the Arm Morris Gurtey 31 a farmer wa convicted of practicing denti try without a license Fair will make kids again By CHARLES W WALK North Director fe Doug Hqrt is really jumping over the xmyes while walking his wire at a North Iowa Fair variety grandstandshow even if look like partner Avis Hart just pitchforked him This was one of the acts seen by fairgoers Thursday Kids will be kings at the North IowaFair Saturday It will be another kids Day and fair officials are hoping the crowds will equal or sur pass the first Kids Day total Wednesday More than 10000 people including 4300 paid adults were on the grounds Wednesday All youngsters under 16 will be permitted to the grounds free Saturday until 9 pm and rides on the Art B Thomas midway will be at reduced prices An added attraction for the kids under 12 will be free ad mission to Aut Swensons Auto Thrillcade in front of the grandstand at 2 pm The bleacher price for youngsters between 12 and 16 will be 50 cents The evening gran d s t a n d show Saturday will be chuck wagon races and pony and horse races The show will get under way at 8 pm The chuck wagon races also will be featured in front ofthe grand stand Sunday afternoon That show is scheduled to itart at 2 pm v The final grandstand tion at this years fair will speedway races Sunday at 8 pm Many of the top big car from throughout the Midwest are scheduled to ap Fair pear Time trials will start at pm Continued fine weather helped the fair realize an other good attendance day Thursday An estimated 3000 paid at tendance was recorded at the fair Thursday It was impos sible to get an exact count because of BuckACar Day All cars were permitted on the grounds regardless of num ber of occupants for no more than The Thursday esti mate brings total paid at tendance for the first three days of the fair to about 10000 The grandstand show Thurs day night was presented by the 4H Club members of Cerro Gordo County A 12 event variety show high lighted the program Among the features of the show were vocal solos by Marilyn Hitzhusen Cindy Midtgaard and Shan Skog lund piano solos by Jim Murphyand Pamela Hansen a musical skit by members of Grimes Clover Belles Club a tap dancing act by JimmyLee Bickford and an accordian solo by She r i 11 Engebretson Another feature of the pro gram was a f a s h i o n show presented by Cerro Gordo County AH girls who partici pated in this years dress revue at the fair y US is ready to deal Nikita made first proposal GENEVA AP The United tales said Friday it Is prepared a accept Premter Khrushchevs roposal for ground observation posts on both sides ofthe Iron urtain to guard against surprise uclear athick US Ambassador Charles C telle called on the Soviet dele ation at the 17nation disarma ment talks to elaborate on trie roposal so that agreement could worked out on the operatioa f such a system files charges on Charles City paper un CHARLES CITY tiftAn Eair labor practice charge has been filed by the Floyd County Union Council AFLCIO College military system changed WASHINGTONXUPI The Defense Department announced Thursday plani per mit colleges and universities to end compulsorymilitary train ing Under the plan the schools could switch to a twoyeari re serve officer military program that would the voluntary advanced training now given 35000 to 40000 col lege juniors and aeoiors an nually North Iowa Weather outlook Partly elovdy and tyrning cooler PrMar niflttt in upper Fair and Saturday in Itw 7H against Paul R Bumbarger and Keith Powell owners of the Charles City Press Bumbafger and Powell said Thursday they have been noti fied by the National Labor Re lations Boards Minneapolis of fice that the council had ac cused them of failure to tiate since fhie Press was struck June 27 by Local 893 Interna tional Typographical Union The local represents nine productionw or kers at the Press The NLRB 1 informed Bumbarger and Powell it would send a representative to Charles City to investigate the charge The two owners said that Marvin DeWeerdt Rockfofd international representative of the union and Dale Rowe president of Local 893 have made no requests since the strike began to either of us or to our attorney Boyd Hayes for a negotiate Before the strike Bum barger and Powell said at negotiation meetings were ar ranged by Rowe or DeWeerdt The management of the Press ha s never refused to negotiate r s jcv j 1 x ft B 4 f UNSTEADY Rand master of cer emomes at the fairs grandstand show Thursday does a balancing act using a table chairs bottles and the like to get a higher view of the fair crowds Aut Swensons Thrillcadeis an upcoming fair at traction FRIDAY ART BTHOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY All persons having celebrated their golden wedding anniversary will be the guests of the fair management 8 Swensons Auto Thrillcade in front of grandstand SATURDAY ART B THOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY Kids Day Free admission to grounds for all youngsters under 16 Rides at special rates until 6 pm 2 Swensons Auto Thrillcade in front of grandstand 8 pinrChuck Wagon races in front of grandstand Linn Counryan is Dairy Princess BOONE OPI 19yearold Linn County farm girl now in college was crowned Thursday night as Iowa Dairy Princess She is Deanna Powell a sopho more at Upper Iowa University and daughter of Mr and Mrs Elzo Powell of Ryan India fears hew Chinese buildup NEW DELHI Chin ese Communists are making of fensive probes along the Indian border and building up strength in Tibet but their intentions are not clear Prime Minister Nehru said Friday Haitian rebels claim a victory Duvalier disagrees SANTO DOMINGO Dominican Republic AP A Haitian exile spokesman rebel Gen SAIGON Viet Nam dent Ngo Dinh Diems govern ment clamped martial law on two major Vietnamese cities Friday in the wake of another Buddhist sui cide by third this week Martial law was imposed on the central Viet Nam capital of Hue where the latest burning occurred claimed Friday Leon Cantaves that inva skm force has scored its first suc cess in a mountain guerrilla cam paign to overthrow dictator Fran cois DuvaJier Paul Verna the exile spokes man said Cantaves army of sev eral hundred exiles had seized the village of Mont Organise in the Riviere du Nord Mountains 17 mites south of the northern coas on which the invaders claim they landed early last week President Duvaliers govern ment claimed its forces had crushed the invaders New crackdown after latest Buddhistsuicide Inside The Globe THOSE ENDEARING charm bracelets Page 8 VETERAN exhibitors take livestock prizes Page 17 Editorials f 4 City now ft v Latest markets 7 early Friday and on the coastal city of Nhatrang where Vietria mese troops quelled a big demon stration with tear gas Reliable sources said US mili tary personnel had been restrict their barracks from dusk to dawn in both cities which are centers of US military advisory groups All Vietnamese in Hue except civil servants and troops were or dcred to stay indoors Report airplane bombing in Cuba MIAMI Fla uniden tified plane bombed and strafed a Cuban sugar mill Thursday and another flew over a refin ery at Havana Friday morning the Cuban radio reported TV news Lake ntws StlU tales wouldnot insist on its pro additional safety measures nked to a ground observation ystem such as aerial observa ion mobile ground observation cams and overlapping radars For pur part we are prepared o accept an arrangement limited o a system of ground observation posts he said The proposals Khrushchev n a Kremlin speech on July 19 ncluded observation posts at air fields railway stations highway Junctions and ports Sovfct Ambassador Swnyon K Tsarapkin expressed cautious op timism on the possibility of an agreement on control posts But he insisted that such a measure must be linked with a reduction of armed forces in West arid Germany r Tsarapkui repeated Khru shchevs proposals that control posts shpjuld be set up at main communication centers but did not elaborate He devoted most of his speech o the Soviet demand for the sign ng of a nonaggression pact be ween Atlantic alliance and Warsaw treaty countries Breakins at Charles City CHARLES CITY Two busl ness places were broken into ere Thursday night or early Friday morning Thieves gained entrance to Shrivers Groceries and Sun dries 95 S Main and Bonns Cafe 507 Gilbert St The back door was jimmied open at each place At the grocery operatcd by Wr and Mrs Bill Shrivcr o was taken in additionto an undetermined amount of beer cigarets and candy bars Donn Beckwith operator of the cafe reported eight to 10 cartonsof cigarets missing North INDICT NAZIS NEW YORK mem of a neoNazi organization of plotting riots at the IJMjscenes of civil rights picketing been indicted on charges Hof advocating criminal anar SAMI 536 hear Interstate 35 route E i r j J V Chfci OawtH FOREST CITY A turnout of 536 persou more than double toe expected vnaiber listened tc debate on the route Interstate 35 tltrougb North Iowa at a public hearing in Forest City Thursday eve fting The hearing conducted by the Iowa State Highway Commis sion lasted a lively J hours 35 Minutes Vf Thirty groups or individuals endorsed the commissHms an piaa of having the in MnUte ioferkickwar foUow the line of Highway 69 to the Minnesota border at Emmons Key to the discussioo was a proposal offered by Tom Jolas speaking for the Mason City Junior Chamber of Commerce that would take the interstate oo a d i a go haV from near Klemme to a point just east of the Mason City Airport then directly northward Jolas was i upper ted by spokesmen for three other Ma son CHy groups plus a North wood delegation supported1 the Highway 69 rout ing with applause Occasional hoots and boos greeted counter proposals Raymond L Kassell hearings engineer for the highway com mission opened with a briefing on the overall interstate pro gram financed with 90 per cent federal funds He told the crowd that the hearing was not intended to be a prtpular refer endum Kassellsaid the Iowa State Highway Commission has the public interest and stressed the importance of road User costs in the final determination A brochure distributed at the hearing described the criteria used by the US Bureau of Pub lic Roads in its review of routes selected by the states as fol Distribution of urban and rural population urban and The large crowd drawn priifu11 responsibility for route marily from the Forest Cityselection He said the route LaJw MilkCaner area lustily selected must best serve tin In determining specific loca tions of routes the law requires that local traffic needs are to be given equal consideration with the route location needs of interstate commerce to the ex tent practicable suitable and feasible Jolas made the first presenta tion He noted that Interstate 33 rural motor vehicle ownership service to cities of manufactur ing importance the value ofj which wouldnt add any mileage or represent ariy additional road user costs The Junior Chamber has asked the highway commission to make a study of this propos al giving cost estimates and the like Kassell said at the must angle northeastward from Emmonsi to a point just south east of Albert Lea Minn Jolas ing importance me value oi farm products sold and servicessaid tlle Junior Chamber pro in accord with the highest would construct the fie volume in the areas in Iowa from Klemme ersed at well as other to a point near the Mason City diagonal would better serve all communities of North Iowa in cluding Manly Northwood and the Hampton area Responding to the criteria of the Bureau of Public Roads Jolas said there are three hearing that such a route change limes as many potential users has not been Jolas maintained thai cost of construction could be reduced by about million the addi tional amount estimated needed to construct Interstate 35 across ipeat beds along the Highway 69 in the area proposed near Ma son City than along the route recommended by the commis routc He contended the Klemme sion He cited motor vehicle regis trations to support his point Jolas said the law requires a consideration of economic ef fects of the interstate and pointed to the Mason City area as having the ninth highest re tail sales per household among the 300 metropolitan county areas in the United Stales plus being the hub of Cerro Gor do County which has the third largest sales tax collection per capita in Iowa Finally he said the proximity of the interstate highway to airport would better serve de fense needs in the event of an emergency Jolas saidthis is a tern to 2   

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