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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Jfcrtfc Imr Doily Newspaper twtpVMr that mikes all North lowans neighbors j BEAZETTE Home Edition vou LMM MASONCITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER U 10c Paper ConiUta of Two SectioiuSectkm No 115 SWAMPED AT FEEDING land Tex just doesnt have enough hands when it conies deeding time for five lively pet squirrels But Marty doesnt mind he feeds them from doll bottles as they climb all over him He wouldnt swap them for anything He found the little squirrels three weejcs ago in their nest in a tree The mother squirrel had been shot Group formed to fight for Plan Iowa legislature wasannounced Thursday The committeeto beknown as Citizens For ment December 3 is composed was named Mastef of citizens from every section by the Iowa Press As of the state Robert K Beck said the commit Puhlisher of the Centeryille tee plas to41 WJL kllC lowegian is chairman It will 5fmPaign in every section of be expanded from time to time m order that the voters hftttftr ir Beck said Men and women from every sue iuuui jHisjniorina congressional district civic leadtion concerning reapportionment ers legislators and former legisis being spread Beck sairf lators as well as members of both political parties are in cluded in the group lowans will go to the polls Tec 3 to vote on a constitutional amendment reapportioning the legislature by a plan generally ShaffPlan It known as the is named for Sen David SKaff RClinton one of the chief sponsors It was approved initially by the 1961 legislature and as re quired by Iowas constitution was reaffirmed by the 1963 Gen Use gas to quell riot HIGHPOINT NC fice patrolled downtown streets with tear gas bombs and fire trucks equipped with high pres sure hoses after a riot in this ra cially tense city Wednesday night Officers used tear gas and fire trucks to disperse about 2000 who bombarded Negro demonstrators with rocks eggs tomatoes and other missiles Main Street was blocked off to traffic and pedestrians for more than ah hour after the disturbance Mayor Floyd Mehan accusing Negro leaders of making dan gerous dictatorial ent scheduled a spe cial meeting of the City Council to deal with the racial situation Weather outlook Clearing and much cooler with chance of scattered light frost northeast corner lows upper 30s northeast to low elsewhere Fair and slightly warmer Friday highs near 70 Weather details en 2 final decision tothe voters Beck is a former state legisla tor a former highway commis if 1 sioiier and and Poetical fields was named Mastef an intensive might better understand the is Already much misinforma being spread Beck said It will be the intention of the committee to set the record straight so that voters will clearly understand that this is reappprtionment in the best American tradition Both the rights of the minority and the will of the majority are key stones in this plan We feel sure that the voters will understand that this plan will give urban centers a fairer share of the legislative voice At the same time the plan will provide protection for Iowas smaller communities thus keep ing the Balanceiwliichour found ing fathers sowisely set iip in our checks and balance system which does not place undue pow er in thehands of any one seg ment of our socie ty North lowans on thecommit tee include the following 0 L Marqueseh Fort Dodge Pogeler Mason City Merten J KlausCharles City Dr Samuel P Leinbach Belfour crew members mond Henry Nelson Forest By SIN SAURY GOLDWATER New York Herald Tribune News Service the Amer Ican people hot just the Senate had to vote on the proposed par tial nuclear test ban treaty the treaty probably wouli be de feated Senate mail on the sub ject which started out witlua preponderance in favor has switched heavily to the opposi tion The second thoughts iag in And they are good ones They should have been resolved before the treaty was signed They remain to be resolved even though the administration has in effect told the Senate and the people take the treaty ryou cant leave it Objections to are 1 Communist goals of con quest remain unchanged They stillintend to bufy iis Since the treatyresults from a Soviet initiative it must be presumed that the treaty supports Com munist goals as they frankly say it does Humphrey speaks Sen Hubert Humphrey D Mugi praises treaty in tne next of Globe 2 Soviet diplomatic perform ance in the past has been an unbroken record of pledges promptly broken when the Com munist cause can be advanced 3 The treaty proposal aban dons the demands for onsite in spection which had been the backbone of our previous at tempts to find a reasonable practical way towards arms control 4 The socalled next steps that the proposed treaty is sup posed to lead to are even more dubious than the treaty itself A nonaggression pact which was the first of these steps men tioned by the administration is clearly unpopular and clearly not in the interests of freedom 5 The mood created by the treaty negotiation strongly im rec plies a willingness to consider such next steps as abandon ing the captive nations of East ern Europe to perpetual occu pation by the Soviets 6 Even the Joint Chiefs of Staff have spoken of military disadvantages in the treaty Their decision to support it is based upon political factors which they say outweigh the risks 7 The treaty doesnt actually BARRY Please turn to page 3 s Mason Cityan Interstate v hearing scheduled The Iowa State Highway Com mission decided Wednesday to grant a hearingrto a Mason City delegation before taking fur her action onthe route of In erstate Highway 35 through tforth Iowa A tentative date of Oct 8 was set for the appearance of the VI a son City group The com mission said however it defi nitely would be in late Septem jer or early October Piscussion was touched oft WhenFCarl F Schach planning engineer recommended thai the commission vote final ap of a Highway engl Mason Citjr spokesmen eyer have askedthatconsider ation be given an alternate route hat would include a diagonal from the Klemme area north eastward to appoint just east of the City Airpprt The route flten would proceed almost directly northward to he control point ofthe inter state near Albert Lea Minn Harry Bradley Jr commis sion cbairmanTcomniented thai we ought to wait to hear from he people in Mason City before making any decision This met with the informal approval of the commission All commissioners were pres ent Tom Jolas chairman of a Kason City committee that rec ommended the alternate route said We are verypleased that the owa Highway Commission is going to give Mason City a chance to present its proposal The commission has given us a fair hearing oft all occasions This is another illustration of its desire to hear all sides 40 perish in plane crash PY France AP A French airliner struck a mountain in southern France Thursday had perished There were 36 pas sepgers all British tourists and Citv and Kenneth W i v 1 Jv nauon as president of St Am reasons of pignan area f CAR IN WHICH LARRY D DeBOUR DIED New skirt f orchis JLONDON British air line has announced introduction ofa selfexpanding skirt for lighflying stewardesses The new skirt said a spokesman for the British Over Airways Corp will have an elastic panel with a two button adjuster on the side E Pausing for emphasis he added It should take care of those bulging tummies in the air Bulging tummies hi the air Oh yes he said Boyles aw you know What Boyles Law The volume and pressure of a gas vary inversely Come again please Its this as the girls ascend to an altitude of say iOOO1 feet and above their ummies swell This makes their skirts too tight and quite naturally they dont like it The longsuffering girls finally complainedofficially about the ulge They said their skirts fit beautifully on the ground but not so beautifully in the air The first of the skirts should e in the air this week said the spokesman College head has resigned DAVENPORT W The Rt Rev Msgr William J Collins Thursday announced his resig MOBILE Ala AP A major antiintegration demonstra ion erupted at Murphy High School in Mobile Thursday morn ing breaking the relative calm on the Alabama school front Residents in the area of the big Mobile highschool said that pu ils massedon the campus and began chanting Two four six eight We dont want to in egrate Police called for fire trucks Newsmen were barred from the area It was the first major outbreak at since two Negroes tarted attending classes in Mur phy Tuesday In Birmingham there were no ncidents when five Negroes re Inside The Globe McNAMARA keeps iron hand on Page 2 SINATRAS gaming license threatened Page 2 FREEMAN TO visit Iowa on Wednesday Page amujuuteu Ills resig Heavy storms swept the region nation as president of St Am health CubGazette Latest markets 14 Mason City news 1415 Classified pages sumed classes at three previously white schools A caravanof cars carrying ahtiintegrationists drove back andforth in front of Wes End High School where a thou sand white pupils fiave been stag ing aboycott Persons in the cars waved Confederate banners bu the demonstration was peaceful slim grayhaired teacher broke upj apotential demoristra tion at a Birmingham high school not affected by the desegregation Approximately 60 pupils gathered on a street corner across from Phillips High School and started waving Confederate flags anc placards Suddenly the teacher appeared and snatched the ban ners then marched the pupils in o the school School officials in Birmingham were seeking to curb a wholesale boycott by white pupils There ivas talk of a private school movement In the wake of a school board varning against truancy sever al t h o u s a n d white persons a m m e d an auto race track Wednesday night to protest in egration and plan for private schools The school board earlier warned that parents could be prosecuted for keeping children out of school More than 1000 whitepupils boycotted West End High in J Birmingham as two Negroes went to classes for the second iday Wednesday nights rally for ilprivate schools was organized by West End white parents Mrs JFK a politician North Iowa news20 order In most other desegregated schools attendance was nearly normal and there was little dis DeBour dies in cartruck crash a ity was killed near Hampton early Thursday A on a gravel roadThe DeBour was killed instantly according the Howard Hod son GO Garner driver of the truck was not seriously injured W was taken to Franklin reneral Hospital for obser vation DeBour was on his way to vork in Hampton where he was employed by A C Benton John Deere dealer J in fine for Joice stock dealer G opcr v school BELGRADE Yugoslavia AP Ngo Dinh Nhu says Presi dent Kennedy misinformed about the situation in Viet Nam and the solution should be to get better information He is a politician and when he hears loud oppositionhe tries to appease it somehow1 the pe tite powerful first lady of South Viet Nam said on her arrival in Belgrade Wednesday That was herreaction when re porters asked her to comment on the cohcefn voiced by Kennedy about the Buddhist situation in South Viet Nam Mrs Nhu 38 sisterinlaw of President Ngo Dinh Diem also had a few words for Pope Paul VI He also has expressed con cern for the Alight of the Budd hists The South Vietnamese gov ernment has used strongarm methods in stamping out Buddhist demonstrations for more religious freedom s Kennedy is misinformed yny in i960 after has been fined Geneva Consolidated and costs in Federal Courtoncharges of and mother Mr and Mrs fetered the Packers aS neth Koppes Mason City his ckyards Act grandmother Mrs Rose JohnL A entered against pn Hampton a sister Mrs saidhe traded in live Dennis Voge Buffalo Minn from October 1962 through Funeral services will be without being rday at lo am at St Catholic Church Geneva The tare said a default Rosary will be said at Vogel was entered uneral Home in Hampton at us District Court 8 pm Friday nis employes were en joined from operating as a live stock dealer in interstate com merce The department said Arnesoa has not yet registered and furn ished bond Charles City labor charge withdrawn CHARLES CITY AP Floyd County Union Council has withdrawn unfair labor practices charges against the two former owners of the Charles City Press a daily newspaper The R Bumbap ger and Keith Powell were acs cusedby the council of refusing to negotiate during a recent 10 week strike of the newspaper by Local 893 of the International Typographical Union Announcement of the with drawal was made Thursday by C Edward Knapp regional director of the National LaborRelations Board whosaid the action taken with his approval The newspaper was sold recent ly to D Archie and David Archie of Shenandoah newspaper and magazine publishers HARPER DIES LOS ANGELES HI Joseph Wesley Harper 60 soninlav of the late film producer Cecil B DeMille died Wednesday following a heart attack LARRY DEAN DeBOUR JFK Jackie have party WASHINGTON dent and Mrs Kennedy ob erved their 10th wedding anni versary Thursday with a pri vate dinner party at Newport R I She said the pontiff although not misinformed gets easily wor ried Diem Mrs Nhu and her hus band the presidents younger brother and close adviser are Catholics Mrs Nhu is the offici al hostess for the bachelor presi dent In recent television interviews Kennedy suggested that certain personnel changes in the Diem government may be advisable to help solve the Buddhist crisis Mrs Nhu declined to comment immediately on Kennedys sug gestion for personnel changes We will wait for more details of the statement she said If we can satisfy him we will do soV Mrs Nhu is head of South Viet Nams delegation to the 52nd ses sion of the Interparliamentary Union which opened an eightday meeting Thursday She plans to address the conference on what she described as the true of the situation in South Viet Nam Fiftynine countries including the United States are attending the conference which will discuss issues relating to racial discrim ination space law peace and in ternational cooperation The U S delegation includes Democratic Senators Mike Mansfield of Mon tana and Edward M Kennedy of Massachusetts the Presidents brother V v SAME f   

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