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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1963, Mason City, Iowa V 1 rf 1 j j i i Newspoper otwspopcr that all North lowans CITY G Home Edition VOL m Umitad Full LMM 80 are MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 We a af roar OM No 17t e f Oim WIRE IDUERBENAESCH twin jet airliner exploded in the Jair Wednesday shortly after taking off from Zur ich and crashed in flames danger ously near Duerrenaesch killing fll the 80 persons aboard Nearly onequarter of the pop ulation of a tiny Swiss village of 200 died in the crash A spokesman said 44 Hum likon residentswere among the the airliner The Humlikon residents most beien coUeciirig funds for months to make a col lective trip toGenevato visit an agricultural samples plant Wednesday was the great day All 44 gaily singing and cheer ing persons some women among lery ss airli them wept to Zurich to board the plane Many had never seen a plane from close up 0 For many others as well it was their first flight It lasted about six minutes and ended in death Shredded wreckage dotted the countryside for eight miles of the final flight through an early morning mist The tremendous ner crash HARRY SCHRODER Cresco man rural teacher of year Harry has voca tionaliagnciUtural instructor l at Cresco for years Wednesday was namfed Riff al teacher of the Kennedy toyarincmince Wednesdayor Thursday tion of three to serve on an arbitration panel in the railroad wprk rulesdispute Under legislation enacted hur riedly last week to avert a nation wide railroad strike on Aug 29 he has until Saturday to name three neutraT arbitrators to panel which rule on two prime issues lnthe dispute A high government source cated theStePresidentf co chapter of the of Americat has ihart chosenffor the viowa Farmer gree alnd last spring Ronald ley of Cresco was namied Star Farther Schroder who two married children will receive a ings bond and a plaque from the magazine which presented the award Charles City girl Cresco killed Two teen agers were killed and a third young i person injured early Wednesday when their c a r rolled over oh Highway 9 about 5V4 miles west of Decorah Killed were Donald De Walle 16 Cresco and Anna Hall 15 Charles City Driver Ipf t he car Michael Roberts 18 Cresco was hos pitalized at Decorah with in juries believed not serious Funeral services for Anna Marie Hall will be Friday at 2 p m at the Salvation Army Citadel in Charles Gross mannHage Funeral Home is in charge ii She yas the daughter of Earl and Alice Lmderrrian Hall and would have been in 9th grade at Charles City Community School Surviving are her father and stepmother Mr and Mrs Earl Hall Charles City her stepfa ther and mother Mr and Mrs Oris Germundson Cresco two sisters Linda Kay and Sondra Rae Hall both of Charles City grandparents Mr and Mrs Luke Sullivan Charles City Mrs Roy Linderman Cresco Mrs Frank Ronce Cresco seven halfbrothers and sisters and nine stepbrothers and sis ters North Iowa Weather outlook Centld r b I with showers and through Thurs day Warmer west Wednes day otherwise little temper change Lows Wednes day night 5540 Highs Thurs day 7540 Weather details on Page 2 impact of the crash scattered parts of the Frenchbuilt Cara velle and human remains over a square The plane had been bound for Geneva and Rome It narrowly missed Duerrenaesch situated between two small lakes about 30 miles west of Zurich and slashed a huge crater in the earth just west of the village The worst air disaster in Swiss the crash took the lives of 74 passengers and six crew members It was the first major air tragedy in Switzerland since World War II Swissair authorities announced one American a Mr Glauner was among the eight foreigners who perished They did not have his first name or home town B r irmi All the 66 other passengers and the crew were Swiss nationals The disaster struck at am Four minutes before officials re ported they had lost contact with thes Caravelie Farmers in the village of Bett wil eight miles northeast of Duerrenaesch said they saw a glowing fire moving at great wouldj fannounce hisV selections the day ilif i Labor itninnr minijiilr if arid unkm the jobs and otherissues 7would be piesumptuoiis tp hold the meeting Friday without having learned who will serve on the arbitration board the source said A list of possible arbitrators to be addedto four already selected by the railroads and two by the was uii der study by Labor Department officials f and White House staff memoers Indicatipnjs are that two of the neutral arbitrators will be experts in the transportation field The third member who would serve as panel chairman the source said probably would come from the general public Under the emergency bill enact ed last week hearings in arbitra tion of the case must begin with in 30 days Indict Cohn on charge of perjury NEW YORK UfrRoy M Cohn was indicted by a federal grand jury charged with conspiring to obstruct justice and commit perjury x Indicted with Cohn former aide to the late Sen Joseph McCarthy and former asst US attorney was Murray E Got tesman also an attorney Both were accused of testify ing falsely before the grand jury US Atfy Robert M thau said the grand jury was in vestigating whether there had been a conspiracy to firibe any public official and obstruct justice in connection with a 1959 investi gation of the United Dye stock fraud After stepping into the national limelight with the McCarthy Army Senate hearings Cohn be gan to build a businessempire In the course of this he was closely associated with Paul Hughesi indicted as a coconspira tor in the United Dye case Cohn loaned Hughes to buy stock in the Lionel Corp of which Cohn waschairman The indictment said that in February 1959 the Securities and Exchange Commission rec ommended to the US attorneys office in Manhattan that a grand iury study the manipulations of he common stock of United Dye and Chemical Corp am speed through the mist accom panied by a loud roaring sound Duerrenaeschvillagers said they heard an explosion looked up and saw the blazing plane coming down over their houses Some said the big craft grazed the roof of two farm buildings smashing into the earth and dis integrating Negroes STATE TROOPERS MARCH ACROSS SCHOOL YARD IN RMINGHAM and chicken were wheeled into the officeof Gov George Walr lace of Alabama Tuesday at 9 pm he had once more pro pelled himself into a major con frontation over racial integra tion had been in Birmingham schools which were scheduled to be opened on an in tegrated basis the next day Wallace appeared determined Wallace has no comment Little trouble experienced AP Two Negro brothers entered school children1 Wednesday and brief disorders broke out at the elementary school where they registered Dwight and Floyd Armstrong accompanied by four Negro men entered the Graymontgrammar school through a side door They enrolled and10 minutes later left by the same door Ttiey became pupus in the fifth grades V m Alabama to enter an ele mwitary r dren Policed brought with car v The white segiegationistsyeUed lets get those niggers put of there and nigger lovers They chanted two four six eight we dprit want to inte Using offered to let pne of rthe group advance and talk thingsover The crowd shout going to stay of dies METZ France Robert Schunian called the Qr T after a long illness Schuman laid put the plan for he EuropeariCoal and Steel pooli a production and marketing org anization linking France West Germany Italy Belgium Holland and Luxembourg I TKe same countries later ormed the Common Marfet or he European Economic Cpmmu lity Promoters of Europeanunity lope the Common Market will de velop into a Europe welded to gether politically as well as eco nomically The Schuman plan was un veiled in 1950 when its author was foreign minister of France Inside The Globe VIET NAM turns deaf ear to JFK plea Page 2 between and arts Schuman became seriously ill last month and received the final rites of the Catholic Church He was suffering from a stroke and respiratory trouble Death came at tate near this city in eastern France A native of Schii rnan was as a lawyer and entered public life shortly aft er World War I His goal soon be came European unity which he pursued as virtually his sole pas sion in a lonely secluded life He had been in failing health since early in 1961 when he col lapsed while through the hills near his estate An ascetic bachelor Schuman became premier of France in the early years of the unstable Fourth Republic established after World War II He served as premier for about seven months beginning in late 1947 and again for only three days in late 1948 Later he was foreign minister for more than four years was a member of the CLOSER TIE White House indicated Page 3 Editorials Society 8910 Clear Lake news 1819 Sports news 2122 and the integration of University of Alabama in the early summer He was readyto doit againt What was the governor up to The answer came Wednesday morning when the governor al lowed integration to proceed as scheduled in Birmingham in an apparent change of h e art Though Negroes were admitted to previously allwhite schools in Birmingham Wallace had placed himself in the spotlight once again What are his rea sons Wallace who has three years to go as governor ofAlabama seemsdetermined to gp down tothe wire every integration issue forcing the federal gov ernment to use its powers f pnthe Birmingham case Wat lace was confronting a local school board one of the most powerful local bodies in the American system of govern ment But President Kennedy is the governors sworn enemy Wal lace can be expected to make it just as hard as possible to put integration orders into ac complished fact as long as he is in office Wallace without expecting win will be a candidate in a Democratic presidential primary in Maryland next spring It would cost him as an en try fee but that would buy him the chance he wants to lambast A highspeed chase through downtown Mason City went across Federalat 1st North at 70 mph against a red light Tuesday night Itlled to the ar rest pf i three persons by the Iowa Highway Patrol All three Were given 30day jail sentences in Mason City wao a iiidlJLrCj Ul 1116 vc iiw wauio vJ iaJllUHol Catholic Popular Republican parKennedy outside his own state ty when it was a political power He was twice finance minister and brought his almost monastic way of life to the ministry WALL DAMAGE BERLIN iiix JoniivuiiN North Iowa news Comics 21 Latest markets 32 Mason City news 3233 Przybylski there were Transit timetable Classified pages 3139 Prosecutor charged Tuesday seven western at in a campaign that would get national attention Wallace is getting strong sup port in his battle with Kennedy But he also is getting strong opposition Both Birmingham and Macon Berlin County Tuskegee officials Peter asked the governor to allow tempts to blow up the Berlin wall between January and July 1963 local authorities to handle the school crisis Wallace up to now WALLACE Please turn to page 2 Three are jailed 70 mph Federal Avenue City appeals new trial in Liridstrom suit The city of Mason City asked the Iowa Supreme Court Wed nesday to reverse a District Court judges order granting a new trial in a damage suit against the city A Cerro Gordp County Dis trict Court jury last Jan 25 found the city innocent of neg ligence in a suit filed by Doro thy Lindstrom of Mason City She said she was injured when she fell down the stone steps at the public library and charged the city with negligence in fail ing to care for the steps prop erly and in not providing a hand rail The jury ruled against her but District Court Judge Wil liam P Butler set aside the verdict ana ordered a new trial and one Negro man were arrested where they began the Police broke up crowds of Negro spectators on a corner facing T Afterabout25 minors rf and placard waving the white group led by officials of the Na tional States Rights Party filed back in cars in a nearby park ing lot and departed A total of 93 schools opened in Birmingham Wednesday with en rollment expected to exceed last years record 72000 Negroes did not appear as scheduledat the West End and Ramsay high Police Court Wednesday by Judge Harold Winston Arthur Charles Derouin 27 Eau Claire Wiswastsentenced on a charge of reckless driving A passenger in the car he was driving Mrs Marita Ann Bean 23 418 Washington NW and Derouins brother Michael An drew 20 Eau Claire both were sentenced on charges of intoxi cation Arthur Derouin also was fined and costs or three days in the county jail on a charge of having no drivers license Highway patrolman DeWayne Frampton the arresting officer said both Derouin brothers will be released to the FBI at the end of their jail sentences for investigation of a stolen car He said Arthur also is wanted for parole violation and robbery of a man in Wisconsin Frampton said he stopped Arthur Derouin about 6 pm in the northwest section of Mason City as part of a routine check on the Wisconsin dealers plates on Derouins car Derouin said his brother had his drivers license and told Frampton he was on his way to a hospital Frampton said he escorted Derouin west on 12th NW and 70 MPH Please turn to page 2 schools Agrpup of about 50 states right ers appeared at Ramsay They waved Confederateflags and pro tested a police barricade Some wore gestapotype uniforms In the gulf coast city of Mo bile two young Negroes accom panied by two city policemen reg istered for the 12th grade at the Board of Education office There were no incidents No other pupils were present At Montgomery Wallace con tinued to decline comment after desegregation had been accom plished POET DIES LONDON w LoUis Mac Neice 55 poet playwright and radio producer died Tuesday after a brief illness SAME DATE1M23I3 Stfety Depurtment FUf tat Y
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