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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Tlit low twipapr that makes all North I owans CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL its u4 PIMM llatenutfeeaJ Full MASQN CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER if 1H3 We of Two No 1M TROUBLIS UP Jackson ofticers use a night stick to prevent unruly student from breaking away He and nine others were booked on disorderly charges prompted by incidents follow ing dismissal of Parkside High School classes Race clash igan in f T glasses Thursday compared to A J M A A V It 1 resumed peaceably at police guarded Parkside High School Thursday after troubles Wed nesday during flung at a which stones ice and into custody trasf to the customary one of ficer were stationed in the im mediate area of thenewly opened miljiori school Principal George KieSel indi cated hefeltthe racial troubles in Birmingham including Sun days church bombing jn which four children were killed con tributed to unrest here Parkside had 205 absentees Labor lines up against Shaff plan CEDAR RAPIDS ized efforts to defeat the Shaff plan of legislative reapportion ment were outlined Wednesday at the convention of the Iowa Fed eration of Labor AFLCIO adopted a7 resolution asking union members to contri bute each to an antiShaff plan campaign and also recqmmended that union workers Dec 3 as a holiday Thats the date on which lowans will vote on ratification of the pro posed constitutional amendment incorporating the plan Speakers at the banquet Wednesday night includ ed GovHarold Hughes Harry Smith chief counsel of the labor organization and its president L Vern Davis Calling for defeat of the Shaff plan Gov Hughes repeated contention that it would bring about a deadlock in the legisla ture Smith urged unions to bring out a strong vote against the plan in the cities on election day Davis said unions had contri buted to the labor cam paign at this convention including from the State Building Trades Council Another banquet speaker Dan tel P Moynihan assistant US secretary of labor said wages of industrial workers in Iowa are less than the national average Election of two vice presidents at large and district officers was on the agenda for the closing day of the convention Thursday North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness with showers and thun derstorms and cooler through Friday Lews Thursday night High Friday e75 IWeamer details on 2 average were able Later an 86 Kiesel said the hardly notice several a street vcorher Noinjunw were reported in either incident girl after the hour long disturbance Wednesday aft ernoon Seven white youths were picked up later and released after questioning Four policemen were assaulted by a mob of Negro students which also hurled Crocks at the patrolmen and at passing cars Police Chief Roscoe Gray wlw said his show of force didnt work dispersed about 18 Negro youths at one point with a fire ex tinguisher The president of the Jackson chapter of the National Associa tion for the Advancement of Col ored People Harold White asked Gov George Romney to investi gate Dr Elven Duyall Jackson school superintendent planned to appeal to the students in an as sembly for an end to the incidents and tension North wood Vote favors 25year electric NORTHWOOD Voters here Wednesday 625 to 105 a proposal to grant a electric franchise tov Interstate Power Company The vsame proposal was de feated 278 to 271 in an election March 20 At that time North wood residents granted a fran chise for gas service 258 id 254 to Interstate iOff icials said the turnout at Wednesdays was one of the biggest in the towns his tory for this type of election Ralph Davenport is Nprthwood manager of Interstate Power Company Dionne quints bare unhappy childhood NEW YORK UPI The four surviving Dionne quintup leits disclosed Wednesday their childhood was painfully unhappy and blamed their parents for failing to treat them as separate identities and expose them to ordinary experiences In a bitter autobiography ap pearing in an issue of McCaUs magazine Jess than a week after the birth of the Fischer quintuplets in South Dakota the Dionnes said their childhood was ridden with a sense of guilt inflicted by their parents They said their parental home in Corbeil Out was the saddest home we ever knewti Annette Marie and Cecile are now married and have a total of nine children and Yvonne is a nun Theyare 9 The famous sisters1 who en titled thejr biography We Grew Up In Trouble said their mother was convinced she had been singled out by God for a miracle but feared the world would think of her and her hus Denies story Oliva Dionne father of the quints daughters story is untrue See story and picture Page 2 band as animals because of the multiple birth Mrs Dionne told them the first thing she said to her husband after theirbirth was They will say we are PigS The sisters said their parents behaved toward each other as though they had been partners in some unspoken crime by bringing us into the world and drummed into us that the dis corded in which the family lived much of the time was our doing Dad and mom Dionne treated their older chil dren as one family the quints as a separate category We were treated as five who really amounted to one five of a kind so close and alike that we could not possibly have separate identities or desires they wrote We were drenched with a sense of having sinned from the hour of our birth We did not know any boys to be friends with We had no training whatever for any kind of career The Dionnes said their hap piest years were those early ones spent separated from their DIONNES hirn to page 2 Brit Russia suggests summit UNITED NATIONS NY UPI Russia Thursday pro posed a summit conference of 18 countries in Moscownext year to work out a general and com plete disarmament treaty and discuss relaxation of interna tional tension Soviet Foreign Minister An drei ina i speech to the General Assembly alspM called a US Russian agreement to send nuclear weapons into space He proposed that the 18 the current Geneva arms talks Prance declined ttie invita tion convene a new confer ence next year at convenient site to be decided He said Russia would wel come the heads of governments or of the conference members in Moscow for such a conference In speech leering the Moscow which followed last months signing of the partial nuclear test ban treaty Gromyko used the polemics for which he is noted only to lash out at West Germany He declared that Chancellor Konrad Adenauers Bonn Gov ernment inevitably w o u Yd throw a monkey wrench into plans for relaxation of inter national tension George proves she has courage A Maion City woman in her seventies proved Thurs day that she has spunk than years 1 Mrs EllaGeorge 217 12th SE slipped and fractured her hipwhile washing the floor at her home about f am Tues day Living alone and unable to reach a telephone she warred knew I would get a letter 5 Thursday morning so I just waited for the postman she told ambulance attendants The mailman did come Thursday and heard Mrs George calling through the front door which was open He notified her doctor and an ambulance Mrs George is in Mercy Hospital where she is re ported in satisfactory condi tion Pology RIOTINGINDONESIANS BRITISH EMBASSY o object to suggested route of 35 ST PAUL En Jineer John HSwanberg of the Minnesota Highway Department said Thursday that he has no to consideration of an alternate route 6f Interstate angling northeastward toa con trol point south of Albert Lea proposalhas been advanced pity groups involving a diagonal from a near Klemme on Highwav 69 to a wanberg plans are flexible adapt to any plans enough to change in Iowa hjB Iowa State Highway Conv mission last May selected a route paralleling Highway 69 Lake It would head al most directly north from that point This would permit the route to take advantage of heayier traffic counts along Highway 69 to the south plus serving Inside The Globe KENNEDY pleads fortax bill Page 2 hrough North Iowa enteringthe populous Mason Cityarea Minnesota at Emmons thenTraffic counts along the Ma son City route are heavier to the north than along Highway 69 Swanberg said the tentative Interstate 35 route from Em mpns to Albert Lea in Minneso ta totals 121 miles at a rough cost of about million for right of way engineering and construction Minnesota highway officials say the soil conditions on the EmmonsAlbert Lea stretch are pretty good Swanberg said that the Minne sota leg would be about 8 miles1 if the Masori City alter nate would bjf adopted This would be almost a straightline from v Albert Lea south to the border The Minnesota chief engineer said no cost estimates haVe ever been made for this particu FREEMAN gets standing ovation from farmers Page 3 Editorials Society news Sports news Latest Meson tMfcll 1314 markets U City news le17 Cub Gazette Comics 2q North Iowa news 22 Classified pages 232425 Clear Lake news 24 would pass just east of Silver Lake at the border c tHe said a surface look at the route doesnt reveal any construction problems A survey would have to be made to know fully tie added The Iowa State Highway Com mission has set 3 pm Tuesday Oct 8 as the date for hearing the Mason City proposal which hasdrawn support from the Northwood and Manly areas to meet 7 Negro leaders WASHINGTON presi ognition of next Sunday as a day Kennedy meets Thursday national mourning for victims with the RevMartin Luther King f the Birmingham church bomb Jr and leaders ing to discuss the simmering racial A bipartisan group of senators situation in Birmingham Ala On Monday five of the Negroes calledonKennedy to sendfederal tioops tpBiiiriingham to control civil weetsof racial tension in tre Alabama steel city reached a climax Sunday vhon a bombwas trssed into a Njjro cliureh kill four and injuring 23 ohers In later incidents the same oay two Negro youths were killed See story on Page In advance of Kennedys late afternoon meeting with the Negro leaders many civil rights leaders W 1 AgllbO O Iar alternate route which across the nation called for rec Fischer windfall hits ABERDEEN SD AP The Fischer quintuplets squirmed and squalled in their hospital nursery Thursday while their fortunes and chances for survival continued to mount Mr and Mrs Andrew Fischer parents of the four girls anda boy got good news from several directions Wednesday They will someday liVe in a new house costing up to A potful of say coming their way for an exclusive contract signed with the Curtis Publishing Co Authorities at St Lukes Hospi tal reported the quints still im proving eating more and showing lots of life in their Isolettes It is estimated gifts and money received by the family so far total some E C Pieplow president of the Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce told a news conference Wednesday night that the Fischer family hai accepted the chamber offer to build the home which may cost up to the mark Don Schanche managing editor of the Saturday Evening Post announced that Curtis has secured radio television and publishing rights to stories and pictures about the famous quints He refused to disclose any de tails of the agreement Unofficial reports set the purchase price at about for rights to the story for a few issues of the Post Curtis Ladies Homes Journal 50000 Schanche said his company was very happy to have concluded the agreementand thinks it is the best thing for all concerned He pledged the story of theN quints would be handled with dignity and decorum A hospital bulletin reported the quints were still tolerating their food well and the food intake has been increased beyond the tea spoonful or so of artificial milk formula and water being received every two hours headed by Hubert H Humphrey of Minnesota assistant Demo cratic leader has introduced a resolution calling on Kennedy to proclaim Sunday a day of na tional observance in memory of these children and a day of re dedication in the nation to the principles of law equality and lotfef ance v The situation in Birmingham brought a call Wednesday from Roy Wilkins executive secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People for the federal government to cut off every nickel and every dime going into Alabama Wilkins told a news conference here that President Kennedy sliould start by closing Maxwell Air Force Base at Montgomery immediately Besides King president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference thegroup calling on Kennedy includes Ralph D Aber nathy Kings deputy and these five leaders of Birminghams Negro community The Rev Fred L Shuttlesworth leader of the Alabama Human Rights Movement A G Gaston businessman whose home and motel were recently bombed Dr Lucius Pitts president of Miles College Bishop H I Murchison the Rev J L Wara Sukarno says hes sorry Embassy was burned looted JAKARTA Indonesia dent Sukarnos government under ressure from London and Wash ington expressed regret Thurs day for the burning and looting of the British Embassy and oth er British property by an In donesian mob An uneasy calm prevailed in Jakarta But British women and children started leaving Indo nesia The International jSchool cater ing tocluldTenof dipltf mats was for the day A US Embassy spokesman said the vires and children of Americans vere advised to stay at home Strong forces of Indonesian roops stood guard at various Mints including British Ambas ador Andrew G Gilchrists resi ence the residential compound f the Shell Oil Co and British omeswhich had been pillaged y rioters Wednesday Troops appeared to have re tored order after the rampage by more than 10000 Indonesians pro esting creation of the British ppnsored antiCommunist Feder tion of Malaysia Two Asian Minister Hayato Ikeda of Japan and F o rei gn Minister Thanat tfioman of Thailand offered jeacemaking services Ikeda who is heading to Sooth ast Asia Monday said in Tokyo e will try his very best to fa ilitate a Bangkok Choman pledged Thailand will un ertake anything we can do to olve the crisis President Sukarnos government ssued a conciliatorystatement coloring the mob violence worst emonstration ever stagedhere gainst a foreign power British oreign Secretary Lord Home had enounced such uncivilized be tavior and threatened to sever iplomatic relations unless as ured British subjects and prop rty would be protected The Indonesian government tatement was issued after US Ambassador Howard P rones called on Sukarno with a message from Secretary of Stata Dean Rusk expressing the US governments concern over thi rioting Rusk voiced similar con cern to Indonesian Ambassador Zairin Zain in Washington The Indonesian mob screamint Crush the British and Crush Malaysia vented its fury against Britains support of Malaysia I fourdayold nation formed in a federation of Malaya Singapore and the British Borneo territoriet of Sarawak and North Borneo SAME M 24
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