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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Daily Newspape mwspaptr that mokes oil North lowoni ITY GLOBE Home Edition VOL m w MASOM CITY IOWA SATUtDAY AUGUST Jf mi Two I 17S ENID Okla fi A crippled Navy twoengine B26 plane crashed in an open field near Vance Air Force Base early Saturday after the pilot and three passengers bailed out safely crew safe pilot aims plane at field bails out Maj James Stewart public information officer at the base said the plane crashed shortly after the pilot bailed out at am The pilot made four passes over the field from 10000 feet with one man going out each time The pilot was the last man out Stewart said We advised him of the clear areas around here and he pointed the plane toward an uninhabitated area baled out without incident Names of the men were not for immediate release Stewart said They were undergoing a routine medical check but ap parently were in excellent con dition PROTESTORState troop neighborhood in the suburb a demon strator at Folcroft Pa as hundreds of persons attempted to block a Negro Horace Baker family or persons attested to Mock a Negro SSteWS family from moving into an allwhite Page 3 cou ers move a into new home FOLCROFT Pa Nethe Horace Bakers now reside Mrs Bakers relatives in Sellers gro couple who moved under would be kept out A thousand or ville Pa reiauvesln neavy police escort through a more jammed into the area of jeering uglytempered crowd into modest brick row houses in this their home in a previously allPhiladelphia suburb Friday night AMAJ o The Bakers once inside kept Early Saturday after the crowd had dispersed Baker 26 came white area tried settling down Saturday for what they hope will be a long stay in the damaged home More than augmented horses remained ready tain any new outbursts or dem onstrations such as Friday nights rock and eggthrowing that threatened to become a riot State Police Maj Singleton Let me Shaeffer said anyone not living on hand nigger the formerly peaceful street where m 100 state troopers Baker 28 came by a detail of a dozen the use briefly and told nained ready to I caused all this tri thing will He shook hands with a priest on the street and several neigh bors again began jeering One shake your Set holding action for next Tuesday ST PAUL Lee SUley president of the Nation al Farmers Organization NF told a Minnesota State Fair crowd Friday a grain withhold ing action may start next Tues day Staley told about 200 farmers at the fair that the NFO board would ask grain producers in 19 states to withhold marketing corn soybeans and grain sor ghum He said the farmers will be asked to store the grain on Baker returned inside where his wife and several companions were sitting in the dark By this time onlya dozen troop ers were patrolling in the imme diate vicinity challenging every one who appeared However 132 CROWDS CHEER Diem in farms local elevators or terminal elevators in WELL STOCKED ANNA HI UPI Police said Friday the thieves who looted a food market safe of 13000 also took 180 pounds of wieners 200 pounds of bologna 20 hams 100 pounds of pork loin 80 pounds of side meat and 10 pounds of cheese North Iowa Weather outlook Ctoudy with IftHe change in sight Sat and Sunday Sat urday from mnl to mM fWeattwr an 2 among them a University of Perm The flight originated at North Island near San Diego Calif and was bound for Joplin Mo Stewart said The plane lost its left land ing wheel in an attempted land ing at Joplin at am but the pilot gunned the engines and kept the plane in the air He radioed he would try to land at Olathe Kan but found the right wheel and nose wheel couldnt be retracted The pilot then headed for Vance with intentions to evacu ate his plane and let it crash He made Vance his destination because the base is equipped with an airsea rescue unit and a helicopter ne ink ready Give our headache to France Could get rid of Viet Nam WASHINGTON offi cials discounted as impractical Saturday a proposal by French President Charles de Gaulle for the neutralization of Viet Nam backed by a French offer of cor dial cooperation But Sen George D Aiken of Vermont the Senates senior Re publican and a member of the Foreign Relations Committee said the United States should take up De Gaulle on his offer to relieve us of our responsibilities in South Viet Nam Weve invested about billion in that area and I am if France is willing to take overt our responsibilities Aiken said1 French Ambassador Herve At phand discussed the De Gaulle move with Secretary of State Dean Rusk Friday then told re porters it was not intended as a slap at US policies in the South east Asian country De Gaulles statement Thursday had caused irritation among of ficals here because they saw it as a interven More news on Viet Nam Two more American on page 2 escort were unhurt At least four persons were injured including a trooper and policeman as the demonstration reached its peak hours after the Bakers had en tered the row house Eight persons were arrested tion in a critical situation for pur poses which they said privately it 1 n or sylvama James Van they could not understand and three juveniles Vanj Some thought and still Dyk earlier in the day had ap peared in front of the house with four white ministers to lend moral support to the Negro couple No sign of Bova in chamber ing continues elsewhere Inside The Globe troopers in all were on call Baker indicated his determina ion to stay even before be moved into the housewhose interior had been wrecked by vandals A fire bomb washurled through a win dow early Friday He said This is a challenge And if we cant live up lo achal lenge we have no place to go Baker a laboratory technician for a CamdenNJ firm said he and his wife Sara 26 a nurse at Philadelphia hospital only want a decent place to live We will obey and respect the law and hope other people will They left thair 2yearold ter for an indefinite stay with Saigon Page 2 CIVIL WAR 100 years ago Page 3 BANCROFT STUDENTS go into movie business PagelS Editorials4 Society news f Sports news Clear Lake news Latest markets Mason City news 1213 Comicsu Transit timetable Classified pages 1417 North Iowa news II De Gaulle was immediately con cerned at a time of crisis in Viet Nam with reasserting French in terest and perhaps some French influence in the area once under French colonial rule There was a widespread interpretation also that indirectly and by implication De Gaulle was indicating disap proval of US polices in Viet Nam Aiken said however he did not understand why the State Department appeared to be bafj fled and annoyed by De Gaulles action As a member of the Western bloc the senator said France has a responsibility to help pre serve peace and resist commu nism We havent seen any de tailed proposal of course Aiken said Maybe this is a HAZLETON Pa cou rageous volunteer has ended ulation that missingminer Louis Bova might be entombed in the same underground chamber from which two companions were res cued With this hope for finding the 54yearold Bova ended drillers continued work Saturday on sev eral 100yard deep shafts which might provide some clue to the whereabouts of Bova who has 11 bid to reassert French influence in Southeast Asia France is trying to be im portant Lets take them up on HEADACHE Please turn to page 2 Lilac price jumps after its ruled illegal KINGSPORT Tenn A crackdown by police on the sale of Lilac a 100proof face pushed its sale underground and doubled its been missing since a mine cave in at nearby Sheppton Aug 13 So hazardous was the mission performed Friday night by vol unteer Andy Drebitko 36 of Potts ville that his identity was not dis closed until after he had been hauled back up a 308footshaft and reported no trace of Bova The shaft went to the chamber from which Bovas companions David Fellin 58 and Henry Throne 28 had been rescued last Tuesday after two weeks entomb ment price The regulars are now paying 60 cents a botlle for Ihe stuff an official said The aftershave lotion was banned declared to be alco holic beverage by the City At torney and subject to Kings ports prohibition laws It once sold at drug counters and dime stores for 35 cents a bottle viini emu iiuuiit naa remotecontrolled television been Drebitko said indicated camera lowered into the chamber that it would have been impossible for testing and exploration had to tunnel from there to where Bova might be entombed on Ihe May help avert crisis For use in emergency WASHINGTON tfl The hiv toric hot Sine between Wash ington and Moscow was open Saturday for that officials hope will never come Now a tinkle of a bell in White House or Kremlin at either end of the emergency communications system may signal the next world crisis But it may also keep nervous fingers from pressing the but tons that would launch nuclear war i CompleHon of the circuits made possible by a USSoviet agreement to create machinery for forestalling war was an nounced laconically late Friday night by the Pentagon The direct communication link between Washington and Mos cow is now operational said a onesentence announcement The landline and radio sys temis under the terms of the agreement signed in Geneva last June 20 for use in time of emergency It would be used when the two chiefs of state needed to confer directly and quickly because of an incident accidental or unau thorized which otherwise could bring on nuclear war In urging adoption of the sys tem President Kennedy cited dangerous delays incommunica tions between Russia and the picked up what HB CharmburyUnited States during the anxious Pennsylvania secretary of mines davs of Uie Cuban crisis had said appeared to be the image Administration officials said of a man the line wiil not be used for Drebitko reported ordinary communications What appeared to be the image of a man was the remains of a plug that had been used lo close up the 12inch hole before they widened it to 18 inches and brought Fellin and Throne to the surface Rope was curled around the plug My inspection of the area where Fellin and Throne had Boy 5 shot by uncle 12 DES MOINES tween Kennedy and Premier Khrushchev or between the for cign offices of the two nations Those communications will con tinue to use normal embassy channels The ringing of the bell part of an elaborate system of sending and receiving teletype machines is the alert that a message is coming The telegraphic tickers will stand ready from now on day and night Attendants all carefully se and screened for security 5year old boy member of a family of eight was shot and killed Fri day afternoon by a gun with which children had been play jing The victim was Jerry Cowl ing son of Mr and Mrs John Cowling and one of six chi opppsue side of the slope Attendants all carefully se As soon as Drebitko made and for security report the drilling rigs which liStCn At lG3St had beenquiet along with every tne on duty at any thing else except a generator WI1 biungual able to thing else except a generator sup plying power for electric light started to churn again Drebitko about tfeett was lowered into the shaft by about a dozen men holding onto a thick rope Two dozen others manned three safety lines Charmbury said that a 22inch iiiuuij atjju niaL a zzjncn drcn ranging up to 10 years of hole already started cast of the iFcllinThrone escape hatch had Police said the gun was fired gone past the 150foot mark and by 12yearold Russell Cowlingwould be driven to the bottom in ofLucas an uncle of Jerry the continuing search for Bova DES MOINES In Iowa declined 234 per cent from 1960 to 1962 reflecting effect of two Jaws relating to marriage the Department of Public Health said Saturday in Hs annual report on vital statistics The 1961 Iowa Legislature passed laws raising the minimum age for marriage with parental consent from 14 to 16 for girls and 16 to 18 for boys and creat ing a new threeday waiting pe riod A net reduction of 20 per cent was noted the first year the law was in effect by comparing mar riage rates for fiscal 1960 and fis decline 24 per cent in Iowa cal 1961 which had just begun when the laws went into effect Marriages declined further in 1962 from 21962 in 1961 to 18981 last year Meanwhile divorces declined only slightly from 4731 in 1961 to 4687 in 1962 The report showed that while the number of divorces was re duced in 1962 the number of chil dren affected by divorce increased from 6153 in 1961 to 6475 last year It showed that 394 per cent of the persons divorced in Iowa last year were in their 20s compared with 387 per cent in 1961 The number of births in Iowa declined to 61703 last year com pared with 64143 the previous year But deaths increased from 28158 in 1961 to 28632 The average age of mothers in 1962 was 263 years The most births were recorded in August both in 1961 and 5543 in 1962 Deaths from pneumonia heart disease and accidents increased in 1962 while those from influenza cancer motor vehicle accidents and polio decreased Only two polk deaths were re corded compared with six in 1961 A record low of eight maternal deaths were reported compared with 15 in 1961 Influenza deaths dropped from 182 to 95 Cancer fatalities fell from a record 4603 in 1961 to 4448 in 1962Motor ve hicle deaths declined from 698 in 1961 to 657 last year But total accident fatalities in creased from i540 in 1961 to 1586 last year Deaths from heart dis ease climbed from 10846 to 11190 while pneumonia deaths went up to 860 from 837 In both years conditions of in fancy caused the most deaths in infants from birth to 4 years of age Accidents and suicides look the mostlives both years in the 514 and 2544 age groups Circu latory conditions resulted in the most deaths in the 45 and older group both years The report showed there was a birth every nine minutes in 1962 compared with one every eight minutes in 1961 There was a death on the average of every 19 minutes both years Weddings look place every 28 minules in 1962 and every 24 minules the pre vious year There was a divorce on the average of every lit min ules both years read and write both Russian and English Holiday toll creeps ahead BY THE ASSOCIATED PKKSS Accidents marred the begin ning of the 78hour Labor Day weekend as millions of motor ists took to the nations high ways for summers final holi day The death count began slow ly but picked up momentum Saturday morning in the first full day of the weekend Traffic accidents had taken 20 lives as motorists headed for resort areas and the homes of relatives SAME BUcfc Trim 21   

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