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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Tfct Nortk Daily Newspaper for newspaper that makes oil North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL m ud United PTMM Fofl LMM MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1H3 10e Paper of Two V No 111 from a n BIRMINGHAM Ala UPI The words came quietly haltingly from a broken heart Her place will never be filled in this home said C A Wesley referring with rev erence to his 14yearold daughter killed with three other girls Sunday in a church explosion triggered by hate was adopted said Wesley principal of Lewis Elementary School who has no other children Cynthia came to us when she was six years old We played with her dog Toots before we left for church Lewis said She loved that dog Hes a cocker spaniel He hasnt begun to miss heryet But he will Lewis added with infinite sadness We washed the dishes to gether Sunday morning he went on speaking in almost a whisper Thats when we al ways talked She wanted to go to a football game Monday at her high school I was con cerned about the danger but I had told her she could go if her mother agreed This made her happy and she went to look up the schedule Cynthia wore a white dress Sunday morning because she was to have been an usher in the church service She was a happy child an extremely good mixer She loved people and animals She wanted to be a veter heart inarian We were a little con cerned about this because her grades were just fair We just havent accepted her death yet Lewis said She was such a happy child She never complained never pouted They had all been so dressed up he said then they were so bloody1 and BOMBED AREA SEALED state trooper and two plalnclothes men stand guard at a road block at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham i AP Piiotofax Ala The area was off to all but officers and the FBIwhichis investi gating the bombing which killed four Negro children JFK angered at bombings death Queen Elizabeth to have baby next year LONDON Queen Elizabeth is1 expecting a child next year Buckingham Palace announced Monday The Queen is 37 years old The last of her three children Prince Andrew was born Feb 1960 With the announcement it 5 injured was stated that all of the queens engagements were be ing canceled The announcement gave no indication pf the date beyond the fact that childs birth was next year Queen and ttie D u k e of r Edin burgh are of course very hap py about it CommanderRich ard Colville press secretary to the queen told newsmen He said the baby will be bora at Buckingham Palace as was carwreck and Prince Andrew If a girl he child will rank fourth with the royal couples only daugh ter Princess Anne 13 taking precedence The news came as a complete surprise to the nation Report on sex scandal the he wfll e been of injuries suffered in a accident west of here on High way 3 Sunday afternoon In a Mason City hospital are Duane Priest and his son Dan ny 15 both of Othq In a Hamp ton hospital are Marvin Faw cett 31 a sailor on leave wtiose mother lives in Eagle Grove Lynnv Priest 13 and Leslie Uts ler Humboldt iiw Franklin County sheriffs oftors ficers report the car driven by Fawcett was traveling east and the car in winch the other four persons was travel ing west at the time of the acci dent Officials dohtUknbw yet who was driving the westbound auto An investigation into the cause of the accident is being icon ducted by Sheriff Lee Lemke Danny Priest is listed in poor condition his father is listed in fair condition as is Utsler Lynn Priest and Fawcett are listed in good condition Canada sells wheat to Khrushchev OTTAWA and the Soviet Union Monday signed a new trade agreement embody ing the largest single commer cial grain sale in history The sale totalling 228 million bushels of wheat and flour will net this country more than million Shipments will begin immedi ately to the Soviet Union which is facing a severe grain short age after an admitted poor do mestic crop Russia will pay 25 per cent cash with the remainder in three installments during the following 18 months Credit at any one time will be limited to million Trade Minister Mitchell Sharp who signed the historic agreement for Canada said the deal would push Canadian wheat exports during the 1963 64 crop year to a new high of about 550 million bushels He said the sales would net Can ada foreign exchange earnings of more than billion FATAL STING NEW CANAAN Conn UPI executive Jack Creamer 47 died Sunday after WAS stung by a bee rank third in line of succession to the throne behind the Prince of Wales Charles who ii 14 LONDON UPI Britains government was handed Mon day a report on the natkins sexandsecurity scandal that could containpolitical dynamite for Prime Minister Harok FROM ODE WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Kennedy Monday expressed a sense of outrage and jrief over the bombing of a Megro church in Birmingham Sunday He called on whites and Negroes to put passionsand prejudices aside in the interests of domestic justice and tran quility Meanwhile officials took extra ordinary steps to head off any new racial violence in bombshaken Birmingham blast killed caused hours of terror and brought outraged protests from national Negro leaders The US Justice Department sent in three top officials and a force of FBI agents with bWb experts City officials joined with church in a special tele cast urging citizens to be Dr Martin Luther King Jr a Negro leader flew into town to Negroes to b after a dynamite four Negro girls just as he did in Maywberi the bombing oft a Negro mote touched National Guardsmen w t r placed on alert Gov George C Wallace sent 300 state troopers hto town at the request of Mayor Albert Boutwell iThe Sunday morning blast at he Sixteenth Street Baptist during a youth day program at the church where tion but wa numerous desegregation meetings intervention lave been held It killed the four young girls andinjured 23 others Within a ew hours two Negro boys were hot to death in other parts of he city and three other persons were wounded Today has been the most Tightening in the history of Bir mingham said Sheriff Melvin iailey as violence continued breaking out despite pleas for peace Not since integration leader Medgar Evers was shot to death at jus home io Jackson Miss in June has the nations Negro com munity reacted so strongly to ra cial violence Negro leaders called for strong action ijThe nu merous bombings and otner vio since Negroes began cam Tbey achieved public school in egration Itsjbeginning last week brought some student boycotts and protests Gov Wallace earli er sought to block the integra tion but was stymied by federal itervention This tense city spent a long p fearful day and night after Sun days blast Several fires broke out rocks were thrown by Ne groes in various sections and gun fire was reported Sunday school classes at the church were just ending a lesson on The love that forgives when the explosion ripped out concrete metal and glass The four girls apparently were thia Wesley 14 was hit by T full force of the blast and could be identified only by clothing and a ring i The ethers were Carol Robert son and vAddie Mae Collins 14 nnrl It i A A grieving man is aided Church in a friend paigning in April for desegrega tion Fischer quints doing fine i ABERDEEN SD W The Fischer quintuplets going strong on tiny feedings of sugar water were doing fine Monday as they neared the end of the 72hour pe riod considered critical by doc The four girls and a boy may be to a formula diet Monday Dr James Berbos who delivered the babies said The quints were born early Saturday to Mr and Mrs An drew Fischer The babies round ed out their first 48 hours of life early Monday Fischer 38 busied himself gettingj his other five youngsters ready school this morning and milked his two cows He didnt plan to go back to bis job as a billing clerk for a wholesale grocery firm just yet He can take as long as he needs said a sympathetic of ficial pf the NashFinch Co Fischers employer Mrs Fischer 30 continued to rest in her hospital room Late Sunday Dr Berbos report ed that the four girls and a boy were being fed about four cubic Berbos who has delivered 3607 children in his 16 as a physician motherand children were doing extremely well The first 72 hours were con sidered to be the most dangerous for the newborn quints but there was no sign of trouble Gifts of rwooey and merchandise continued to pour in for the family and Dr Berbos added one of his own VI dont think Ill charge them anything Berbos said He in dicated that St Lukes Hospital where the infants were born also would forget about a bill Dr Berbos told a news confer ence that he hadnt delivered any babies since the birth of the quintuplets at a scoreof newsmen crowdedinto the hospital lounge Berbos smiled and said Theyve all been scared off Fischer and of his other five children attended Mass Sun day at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church escorted in and out by a platoon of reporters and photographers It wasnt fai far away from birth day time for any of the three youngsters Julie was 6 Sunday Charlotte will be 7 Wednesday and Danny will be 8 Oct 5 The other Fischer children are Evelyn 4 and Denise 3 While the father and Dr Berbos were busy with periodic news con ferences inthe hospital cafeteria Sunday Mrs Fischer restedin her thirdfloor room and tried to think of names for the four girls They all were named Mary but have no second names The boy was named James Andrew Roman Catholic Bishop Lambert A Hoch chartered a plane from Sioux Falls Saturday to baptize and confirm the quints as they lay in their Isolettes kept com fortable by controlled heat hu midity and oxygen Quintuplets occur only about once in 42 million births Of the three previous quintuple births in the United States none of the children survived infancy centimeters of sugar water every two hours May exempt quints1 folks from taxes WASHINGTON GeorgeS McGpverri introduced a bill Monday to exempt the Andrew Fischers of Aberdeen SDfrom fed eral income and estate taxes until their quintuplets attain the age of 2i McGovern told the Senate the entire nation shares his states pride in the quintuple birth and that South Dakatans will help the Fischers all they can but that Fischer will have unusual educational and medical expenses The senator conceded that the unusual event will bring a flood of gifts to the family He added however that if it is taken away in federal taxes they wont get the benefit of any of this t Pliotofax FISCHER QUINTUPLETS The quintuplets born to Mrs Andrew Fischer in Aberdeen SD Saturday are shown in these exclusive pictures Of the four girls and one boy only the boy lower left has been fully Andrew Fischer Others are baby E upper left baby C upper right baby A center left and baby B center right place fo many of the dem onstrations earlier this ic and church leaders were cry ing for peace and nonviolence But there was no peace Two whiteyouths fatally shot a 13 yearold Negro boy policemen shotto death aa6yearold Negro and two white men were woundec jy Negroes one in a robbery at empt Police kept on the run or hours investigating reports of rock throwing fires and other outbreaks The state troopers came in the TEI launched its probe and USl Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy sent three top aides Burke Mar shall Joseph Dolan and John Nolan King president Jof the Southern Christian Leadership Conference elegraphed PresWent Kennedy Unless some immediate steps ire taken by the federal govern ment to restore a sense of confi dence in the protection of life imb and propertywe shall see n Birmingham and Alabama the worst racial holocaust the nati6n ias ever seen The executive secretary of the National Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People Roy Wilkins wired the Presidenl from New York that unless the federal government offers more than picayune and piecemeal aic against this type o f bestiality1 Negroes will employ such meth ods as our desperation may die tate in defense of the lives of our people Latestnews from Alabama BIRMINGHAM background of violence and death a special federal grand jury was ordered gate racial outbreaks that continue to plague this city BIRMINGHAM Negro leaders called for federal Army occupation of this raciallytorn city in the wake of a church bombing and shootings which left six Ne groes dead and than a score of persons injured BIRMINGHAM W A seg regationist boycott of four re cently integrated Alabama public schools gained impetus The movement against inte grated classes in was 100 per cent effective again Monday 13 Negroes were the only students in High School City The funeral for William Slus arczyk 10 Mason City who was killed Saturday afternoon when he ran into the path of a car on Highway 106 will be at 2pm Tuesday in the Major Memorial Chapel The Rev Wesley A Lindsey pastor of Temple Baptist WILLIAM SLUSARCZYK Clear Lake youth serious after crash Richard L Fulton 17 Clear Lake was inserious condition at a Mason City hospital Mon day after being injured in a car wreck Sunday evening about three miles southwest of Fertile Fulton was the driver of the car in which three other teen agers were injured but not hos pitalized A highway patrolman said the car was going north on a county gravel road when it went out of control and rolled into a ditch Others injured were Gary K Whitehurst 17 Clear Lake Jer ry L Whitehurst 15 Clear Lake and Richard A Knudson 17 Fertile North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers or thunder storms M o n d ay night and Tuesday Lows Monday night 5660 Highs Tuesday in up per 70s Weather details ort 2 Church i will officiate Burial will be van Elmwood Cemetery William was theson of Mr and Mrs John Slusarczyk 36 Sunny He was bora July 2 19535 in Chicago The family moved to Mason City from Chicago in 1960 and Wil liamattended Hoover School His father is employed at Jacob E Decker fcSons pack ng plant in Mason City and has been with Armour Co 7 years James H Anderegg 18 Route 3 was thedriver of the car that hit Slusarczyk Hewas questioned by authorities and pending further in vestigation Anderegg was eastbound and he boy was on the north side of he highway before running into he path of the car authorities vere told The accident oc curred approximately three locks west of Sv Federal at pm The boy was dead on arrival at a Mason City hos pital Besides his parents survivors are two brothers Robert and John Jr Mason City three sisters Deborah Mason City Roberta Chicago and Mrs Joseph Stefanick Lan sing III and his grandparents Mr and Mrs August Koch Chicago Inside The Globe ROCKY ADMITS remap riage hurts chances Page 2 SCHOOL tmOPOUTS cost nation Page 3 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news t Society news 1011 Sports news k 13T4 North Iowa news 15 Latest markets U Mason City news H17 Transit timetable 20 Classified pages M2 SAM DATC1H2JW   

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