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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 17, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Daily Newspaper IMT flltMMi Tfct VOL wi iTY GLOBEGAZETTE j Home Edition Full MASON CITY IOWA SATUtOAY AUGUST 17 1H3 10e Piper Oat 1A3 homes lose scare PAUL ETTI BARRETT Hwald Service WASHINGTWN HTNS you want to be the last white family on the block Sell now while you can still realize good price This is the pitch made by real estate speculators trying to drive white residents out in tegrated neighborhoods Community effort rallies to stabilize their neighborhoods It campaigns against panic sell ing encourages prospective white buyers and educates res idents on the desirability of ra cially balanced integrated liv ing Such a community program is now in effect in Washington For the last five years Neigh bors Inc has nurtured inte grated living in a 200block middleincome residential area oi northwest Washington Without housing bal anced neighborhoods cannot be maintained Unlike any other major city Washington mult cope with the dual pressure of a Negro 53 9 per cent in the 1980 census and virtual ly no open housing in the im mediate suburbs to meet the growing needs of the Negro middle class Negroes trying to escape slum or nearslum areas flock to the few attractive integrated neigh borhoods Blockbusting realtors get to work white panic sales mount and a new ghetto takes l f t Aheadstrong man Marvin H Kaplan a writer was re sponsible for Neighbors Incs birth here in 1358 He had been witaess to beginning of a white of Manor Shepherd Park Brightwobd and Tako ma outside the nations capital short hictory the group has also worked with likeminded organizations to achieve freedom of residence in the metropolitan Washington area It helped lead a successful campaign to eliminate racial designations in newspaper real estate ads It is working for a legal ban against unfair tactics of real estate speculators and for a district fair housing regu lation Members and officers have testified on this before the US Commission on Civil Rights One yoong white mother who gives as many as 20 hours a week to the housing service said Itls amazing to see how quickly barriers fall once you getber and better 4 change of ground observation Citing a number of informal postslfopreventsurprise attack activities in which she and her was conditioned on a with neighbors have joined cbildrawal of troops from East and drens nursery schools in their own homes picnics and the like US Ambassador Charles C said We simply dont Stelle 17natkm disar AljtMrfV awtaVw t Biore color lines any Another strike threatens Ford months a strike at a vital Chi cago Heights 111 Ford stamp ing plant threatens to cripple the Giant Ford Motor Co Members of the United Auto Workers Union there Friday broke off negotiations over health and safety conditions and called a strike COVER PACIS The mystery of fhe missing manhole coven has been solTed Police arrested an unemployed mason anddean Ing woman on charges of lifting lids for scrap iroa North Iowa Weather outlook GefwraHy fair net Svn4ay Partly SAVED FROM SUDSINGS Climbing out die of soiled sheets where she spentMSiioursi is Susie a puppy The puppy crawled iritb the bundle to sleep and nearly iended up in the Cash ing machine of a Karisas City commercial laundry The dog s owners Mr and Mrs Edgar Phillips of Loimburg of a motel phoned the ltUITJ1nqulnng of the 30mihutes before would have beehputthrough the machine filled with scalding water The bundle had remained in the laundry truck through the night By CHARLES W WALK North Director The North Iowa Fair has savedthe wildest and fastest for last At least that will the case of the grandstand at traction at the fair Saturday night and Sunday Saturday nights program will mark a first at the North Iowa Fair chuck wagon races program ii sched uled for these races Saturday night and ata repeatperform ance Sunday afternoon Besides twoheats of wagon races and the main event the program also will include A thalfmile horse race a pony race over an eighth of a miler a quartermile horse race ahalfmile race for outriders chuck wagons a quarter mile pony race a mile horse race a quartermile pony char iot race and a 4horse chariot race At least eight chuck wagons Everybody in on treasure hunt ioin mammoth weekend trea fdr th train robbery Any hole found dug in the counspot Reds dasK inspection plan hopes GENEVA WSoviet Ambas sador Semyoh K Tsarapkin give people a chance to get tosaid Premier Khrushchevs know each other Mpscow proposal for an ex mament conference America would be prepared to accept Khrushchevs proposal but his country has made it quiteclear t is not prepared to negotiate withdrawal of troops fromGer many Steile onFridiyinvited the DEARBORN Mich delegation elaborate For the second time within four on the proposals but Tsarapkin hi 4Bt Jilalla m Tata 2 merely reiterated points from Khrushchevs speech He did say howeyer there was a concrete possibility of reaching agreement and ex pressed hope there would be a fruitful followup to the Knitted ooclear test baa breaktfarpugh Rules foreman is expected to curse DBS MOINES Driaking and swearing by a construction company foreman is not un osual and is not jnst cause for a worker to quit his job the Iowa Employment Security Commission said Saturday Tr commission ruled that A John Soowbarger is not entitled to unemployment pay because he left his job voluntarily without good cause attributable to bis employer Police asked tryside for example should 1 reported the police said The appeal came after the djs covery Friday of Bntains great bags stuffed with in bank notes in a wooded Surrey beauty find bringing total amount recovered so far to 179 strengthened a police theory that the gang which pounced with such precision on the Glasgow London rnail train 10 days ago now is panicking been ar rested and charged with minor rotes in the robbery Scotland Yard pressed the hunt for the big shots the police coast guard and navy kept a special watch on the English Channel in case any gang member attempted to slip to the Continent A man and a woman M tfw way r to work found the money bagstwo zippend grips a brief case and a r yards from a road through Redlands Wood The loot apparently had been dumped only a short time before the discovery by John Ahem 53 a clerk and Mrs Esa Hargrave one case was half hidden Police said the anywhere and by the easeful Inside Thf Globe GOOD STRENGTH at CLEAR LAKE home built remains of mansion 13 WILLOW CREEK i Shop ping Center planned on 5th SW 17 Reopen railroad talks are expected to take part in the twoprogram racing wagons come from throughoul the Midwest Sunday nights program will be a complete change of pace from the wagon and horse races The big speedway cars will take to the fairs halfmile track in a 6event program of MM top drivers in Midwest will participate in the races including Bill Horstmeyer Stoughton Wis Dale Reed Wichita Kan Jerry Richert Forest Lake Minn and Sonny Daniels Houston Tex Always a top attraction at the fair the races again are under the direction of Frank Winkley Minneapolis and the Interna tional Motor Contest Assn The time trials will start at pm with the first race scheduled to begin at 8 pm Twenty drivers have registered on the early entry list for the races SATURDAY SHOWS ON MIDWAY Kids Pay L admission to grounds for all youngsters under 16 Rides at special rates until 6 p m 8 Chuck Wagon races in front of grandstand SUNDAY ns 8 Big car races of grandstand DRlA group of actors hotel pool is just the place for a birthday party as the temperature soars fakes former woo iwui uiuaen strongman home for trial MIAMI UPIJ Former VenezuelaR dictator M a r c o s Perez Jimenez ran out of courts treasury Venezuelan million police who jnme wno naa me joint senateH triday and was handed into the been trying to get their hands Energy Committee anxious grasp of his countrymenon Perez for four years had a sitting in WnO intiprwl tn trv him urttifinrr j A who intend to try him Turtle hunters cause big thirst WILKESBORO N C Two boys will be given hear ng here on charges they drained over onemillion gallons on Plane Awaiting and its motors running in anticipation of the hour he would be turned over That moment came in the afternoon when the moonfaced former strongman stepped from Ctoar an official car that had brought ar H ca him fr s 1112 W City him from a jail cell to the Miami airport Three minutes later he had climbed inside the big white chartered airliner his country Long freach Calif ft c Tania Verstak of AustraJia soys agreement possible Secreon measures to reduce the danger tary ofStateDean Rusk said Friof surprise attackprovided the day there is a possibility of Soviets do not lay down condi reaching agreement with Russia tions about cutting EastWest Senate to get treaty in 2 weeks WASHINGTON AP Sen J V Fulbright says his foreign re alions committee should be ready within two weeks io send the limited nuclear test ban treaty to ihe Senate floor The Arkansas Democrat pre iicts overwhelming ratification of he ban on all but underground with fewer than 20 votes in opposition Fvfcoght Hm IWVCL Fridayafter John A McConedi rector of the Intelligence Agency told the committee he avors ratification and regards the treaty as compatible with na lonal security McCones secret testimony rounded out the first week of forces in Europe or similar steps Rusk also told a news confer ence the United States is discuss ing with Britain the possibility of providing protection for refugees fleeing from Communist rule in Cuba Rusk on another question in effect rejecteda Red Chinese call for a worldwide heads of govern ment conference on nuclear dis armament saying it would con tribute nothing to the movement for peace Ferry sinks 194 aboard 300ton ferry boat carrying 194 passengers in mittee and senators who serve on had the joint SenateHouse Atomic have been armed group asked Secretary ofDefense Rob ert S McNamara for a statement forth how safeguards the JointChiefs of carried out rge b nig country of water from the reservoir of men had waiting and 12 min Av ufes after that the craft was air borne v and winging toward Venezuela where Perez has contended his political enemies are waiting to him to death this droughtstricken communi ty so they could catch turtles Police Chief Gene Joines said the 12 and their bicycles Aug 8 to the manmade lake lo four miles south of here M and used a wrench to open a valve on the lakes in expect this to delay action by his committee McNamara has given the pact his blessing and the military have endorsed it provided the ban is accompanied by certain safeguards to reduce what they term disadvantages and risks MANEUVERS IZMIR Turkey than tj i iuvnj iiian wnoteforUme has been 30000 US Turkish and Greek I take drain estimatedatfacemillion taxed the American judicial system to its limit in trying to escape extradition day 16 miles west of Okinawa but 104 persons were rescued the Barters here semiofficial Japan Broadcasting Corp reported Strike threat eased Agree upon arbitration WASHINGTON AP negotiations inched forward Satur day spurred by conditional union acceptance of a Labor Depart ment proposal for binding arbitra ion of the two key issues in the rolonged work rules dispute The unions provisional accept ance on Friday of Secretary of Labor W Willard Wirtz1 proposal which the carriers agreed without a wssible major breakthrough in the deadlock that threatens to pro duce a nationwide rail strike Aug both sides would submit the issues to a board that will include two neutral members representing the public for a decision Binding arbitration means that the disputing parties agree m advance to accept as final whateverthe arbitrating panel decides The two key issues to be sub mitted are managements pro posed elimination of the jobs of 37000 firemen on diesel freight locomotives and changes in the size and makeup of yard service and train crews If two arc solved Wirtz has said settle other disputed issues will be relativelyeasy The agreement represented a sharp reversal of the unions traditional hostility toward any form of arbitration which they say deprives them of their ultimate the strike In a statement issued after Wirtzs announcement the five rail unions involved explained hat they believed the public ntcrest will through the best be peaceful served imple mentation of a fair and equit able agreement Rumo action CORNING rowing indications in the Mid west Saturday that the National armers Organization militant farm group lagcd a fiveweek market re bellion lastfali may launch an ther holding action Monday if our people want to put luding some Westerners pretnc needle in Im not going to SaturPult it outsaid NFO president ffnif 1C milnv nifift i I i r grm Jren Lee ataley from his head Rumors of the suspected hold iing action swept Midwest stock VrtSt StOCJC The Japanese Maritime Safety yards the week Posters Agency said it had monitored an Okinawan radio broadcast saying the sinking occurred four miles north of Maejima Island 15 miles west of Naha the capita of Ok inawa main island appeared in several cities informing cattlemen that the move will be made Mon oay Ray Thomas secretarytreas urer of the National Stockyards pondents in Okinawa said the fer ry which also carried a crew of 15 had sailed from Naha at 11 am and rail into heavy seas and sank near the Kerama archipel ago to which Maejima belongs The ferry was identified as Ihe Midori Maru The Japan Broadcasting Corp report said two of the passengers swam to Okinawa and reported the sinking US military and local author ities began an immediate search for survivors The newspaper Asahi said the IM rescued passengers included our Americans They were not immediately identified Most of the passengers were be mcmbers planned to picket live stock centers there and in St Joseph and Kansas City Mo An automobile was parked at the East St Louis yards with a sign that said the holding ac tion would start at a m Aug 19 uivciv luii in UMC passengers were DC troops will participate in comlieved to beRyukyuan nationals buied land sea and air mancuThe ferry was bound for Kume vers on Turkish and Greek soil jima 60 miles west of Naha re 2529 ports said SAMC DATE1HJ342 U
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