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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                VOL fa ntwijaptr that mokts all lowans CnY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition Vested Wiftt MASOti CITY IOWA MOWCAY SIPTEMilR V1H3 Paper ConiUU ot Two SccttauSeeUoa OM No 174 rn of monks 3 seek safety in US embassy SAIGON NaAv Ufi Li Saigons military governor de manded custody Monday of three Buddhist monks granted refuge in the US Thf three include thechief or ganizer opposition theSoutk Vietnamese govr eminent i Brig Gen Thon That Dinh told newsmen he asked the ForeignMinistry to insist that the United States surrender the monks wf ho appealed lor asylum at the embassy Sunday night t hiflh ranking monk was Identified Tbich Trl Quang 44 second in command of South Viet Nams General Buddhist Association and gen erally regarded as the most wanted Buddhist leader The military governor also v reaffirmed Vietnamese army support for Present Ngo Dinh Diem and his brother Ngo Dinh Nhu believed to be the chief architect of the govern ments anti Buddhist crack said the army sup ports man who is an anti Communist The three monks had eluded au thorities since the government cracked dowwon Buddhist opposi tion Aug 21 raided pagodas and law Clothed in yellow robes they arrived at the US Embassy bytaxi at sunset Let rme in tHelp me Tri Quang vyelled in English One robnkrl dashed inside the embassy dporbut a Vietnamese be other tore tlie other monies enter away to let the p A haH4wur easier two ether Buddhist monks left the ITS aid mission where they gained asylum 12 days ago The pair disregarded warnings from Security officers that they might be arrested security prevailed at the embassy and only top officials were permitted to enter during the night Embassy officials said they would not permit interviews or pictures of the monks Tri Quang and his two com panions Le Ma Chi and Tran Van Nham were reported lodged in a conference room and provided with cots blankets and food We arc notifying ttw Vietna mese government that we have these monks and we are telling them their names an embassy spokesman said Iowa Weattier outlook Considerable cloud in s s wTt h showers and thunder storms through Monday night Little In temperature Tuesday Highs Monday in the 70s Lows Monday night in 50s SALUTE THE CROSSBooded Ku Rlux Klansmen 1 by a special security guard formed a circle around blazing 25foot cross at a EKK rally near 2000 ipersons attending the rally heard Imperial Wizard Robert M Shelton of Tuscaloosa Ala blame the current civil rights move ment on Communists Fabric serves as muscle for tot in new SAN Calif AP A and crying Jike anyt other baby when spite of an ar tificial diaphragm the muscle chest and ab dominal cavity necessary for breathing The operation formed just 12o hours after Donnie Lenhart was without the vi tal described Sunday by the Haywardi Daily Review in a copyrighted story Dr J Ordie Shaffer of Hay ward explained how he sewed a threeinch square of fabric to the tiny babys ribs in what he be lieves may be tKe first surgery of its kind ever attempted Shaffer who will report on the operation before the Interna tional Society of Surgery in Rome this month noted that the com the diaphragm was extremely rare and a condi tion he had never observed be fore or since Normally when there is a fear or if the diaphragm is incomplete ly developed this tissue can be stretched and sewn together he said But in this case there was no way to close off the lung area A quick decision was made to implant a synthetic diaphragm us ing a fabric designed for grafting n patches on the aorta the main artery from the heart Periodic Xrays have reveale that the fabric material has served as a lattice around scar tissue which has as hoped stretched as the boy grew It has been long enough now thaMJeel confident that this op eration has been a complete suc cess Dr Shaffer said The child c a n do everything thai other children his age can do Bonnies parents Mr and Mrs Donald Lenhart of San Lorenzo confirm this Donme has been a strong and noisy baby said Lenhart a bak ery employe Whenever hes the slightest bit displeased with some thing he can reajly bawl grows Worse VENICE Italy UPI Ex queen Alexandra of Yugoslavia hospitalized for an apparent overdose of barbiturates took a turn for the worse Monday It appeared to be a second suicide attempt by the darkhaired 42 yearold former queen whose royal marriage has had marital troubles del II I ks Orders integration Barry to seek more GOP unity WASHINGTON AP Next week Sen Barry Goldwater of Arizona sets out on a 10state rpund of campaigning to trumpet what he calls the weaknesses of he Kennedy adrrunistration and the need Republican Goldwater regarded by many as a leading contenderfor the 1964 Republican presidential nom ination said in an interview that in crisscrossing the nation in the next two monthshe intends1 to sear down on Republican differ ences with President Kennedy Any Republican speaking new should in a very reasoned point out the of he Kennedy administration and offer sound Republican alterna tives he said T think we havd to back our President when he is right But if we believe he is taking the wrong course we should say so In this though I dont want to aecome just the parfof opposi tion for oppositions Goldwater stands in opposition to many major Kennedy pro posals But he said he has not yet made up his mind finally on how hewill vote on the limited nuclear testban treaty scheduled to come up in the Senate Sept 9 On that anjappewanceufCleveland in be halfofthe Ohio Republican fi nance The senators schedule calls for September and October appear ances also iin New York New Massachusetts Pennsyl vania Illinois Oklahoma Texas Oregon and California In his travels Goldwater in tends to preach unity among Re publicans He maintains that if they split into factions their 1964 nominee wont have much chance against Kennedy Inside The Globe CHINESE accuse Khrush chev of tattling Page LABOR DAY riots quelled by police troops Page 4 Editorials Clear Lake news 5 Mason City news 67 Society news 8 Sports news 910 North Iowa news 11 Comics 12 Transit time table 14 Classified pages 131415 f rfJ Ed Tuskegee Ala teachers to informthem that school had been on tS SPPnf order of Gov George Wallace It was to the edge of the school grounds m have opened on ah integrated basis Liz Dick postpone Mexico trip LONDON UPI Elkabeth Taylor and Richard Burton post poned plansto fly to Mexico for the chapter in their off screen saga of togetherness The constant companions both married to someone else had expectedto leave London Mon day but RichardHanley Miss Taylors secretary said they wouldnot make it They Will definitely leave this weekthough Hanleysaid Fast end in Minnesota Tuesday morning Minnesota will set its clocks back 1 hour at 2 am Tuesday when day light savings time ends there Final Labor Day toll may be more than 600 deaths across the na tionsince the start of the ex tended Labor Day weekend with a sharp upward trend Sun day appeared headed Monday ifora record toll for the holiday I Safety experts noting the heavy toll on the highva ys Sun the final total will far exceed preholiday estimates The traffic deathtoll since the count started at 6 pin Fri day was 429 including m ore than 180 Sunday The National Safety Council had estimated persons might be killed in auto accidentsduring the 78 hour period I However council officials re vised their estimates and said if the present pace of traffic deaths continues the final toll could reach 625 to 630 The rec ord high toll for a Labor Day weekend is 501 set last year lowest for w end is 246 recorded in 1946 Seven persons were killed on Iowa highways by Monday morning The final of the summer lured millions of motor ists to the highways Safety ex perts said the heaviest travel of the weekend was expected Mon day with the homewardbound motorists Puts it off for a week SAME Means Traftle In 2i Bours TUSKEGEE Ala GOT 3eorge Wallace Monday ordered a meweek delay in the opening of i newly desegregated public school in Tuskegee and backed t up with a strong force of stata roopers Wallace invoking his wwers overruled the decision of he Macon County School Board o start the fall term on Labor ay as customary in the Consol dated Tuskegee Public School inly previously white school in his east central Alabama com munity where Negroes outnumber white students five to one The governor issued an execu ive order directed to members of he county school board saying It has now been made to appear to the satisfaction of the gover nor of the state of Alabama that here is reasonable cause to ap prehend breaches of peace by force and violence throughout this state which cannot be speedily suppressed or effectively prevent ed by law enforcement agencies in this state if the source of trou ble is allowed to exist In several localities at the same time The public school with a nor mals enrollment of approximately to in Alabamas hisfory to lower racial barriers Thirteen Negroes had been ac cepted for enrollment at school under a federal court or der r Four Negro students are sched uled to attend school with white pupils at Huntsviile Tuesday and five other Negroes are to be en rolled at Birmingham and two more at Mobile Wednesday Wallaces unexpected interven tion led to speculation that he might do the same at Huntsviile The phraseology of his execu ive order in warning against pos sible trouble in several localities at the same time suggested lie may be ipointing toward the ini tial start of desegregation at Bir mingham where militantly pro segregation elements have prom ised demonstrations School customarily reopens on Labor Day in Tuskegee a pat tern established many years ago Later in the week other schools are scheduled to lower the racial barriers in Huntsviile Birmingham and Mobile Twen tyfour Negroes in all have beeix accepted for the start of deseg WALLACE Please turn to page 2 For some Labor Day was just another day of work Tl iw 1 CV A A J r it Back in 1892 an IrishAmeri can labor leader called for a day to honor labor He wanted a day to permit public tribute to those who from rude nature have delved and earned from the grandeur we behold For most North lowans La bor Day marked a day to re lax and forget the pressures of the working world But in order for them to take it easy many other North lowans have had to put in a full day at work Although most of Mason City took on a Sunday afternoon appearance public utilities still operated police and firemen were on duty gas stations pumped phones rang and news papers and radio stations con tinued their usual pace The feeling of most of those who worked on Labor Day was summed up by a Mason City fireman who said he didnt mind working on Labor Day be cause its too dangerous to drive anywhere anyway Even on holidays when I dont work I usually stay home he added Mason City always has been a quiet town on Labor Day theres nothing much to do so you dont mind working too much said a desk sergeant at the police station There was one person though who didnt want to work at all Ihope I dont get one call all day but Im afraid I will said Gene Beinke 380 21th NE Beinke drove an ambulance for Snells Ambulance Servict on Labor Day M1CHELE OSTRANDER box attendant MKE WALSH fireman JACK OLTHOPF station attendant MRS MARY EL BRADEN f radio announcer j GENE BEINKE THOMAS QUERY MRS ROGER HELEGSON ambulance attendant pumping station engineer operator LUTHER HODGIH   

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