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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Tin Newtpaptr that mokts all North I VOL in owons Home Edition iBtenatteaal LMM MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SKPTEMt 23 1H5 CouIcU of Two OM NO w Barryrs g pa reservation Taylor McNamara depart To Viet Nam for Kennedy WASHINGTON AP tary of Defense Robert S McNa mara and Gen Maxwell D Tay lor chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff flew to South Viet Nam Monday on a special fact find Ing mission for President Ken nedy TheirAir Force transport plane was airborne from Andrews Air Force Base at 10 am shortly after they received final instruc tions from the President at the White House They were with the President 32 Undersecretary of State George Ball and presidential assistant McGeorge Bundy also Speaking with reporters briefly beforetakeoff McNamara said that until recently the progress of the antiCommunist military ef fort by the South Vietnamese forces with US support had been proceeding very satisfactorily He said he and Taylor were go Ing to the vital Southeast Asian country to determine whether that military effort has been ad versely affected by the unrest of the past several weeks By unrest McNamara ebviow ly meant political iurmpil i withinSouth Viet Nam resulting recent crackdpwn by the Vietnamese government on Budd hists students and other oppo 1 I i v tr eJL av m haye brought ernment into policy conflicts with thevUnitod States When reporters asked whether his harry up mission indicatedVa deteriorating military situation id South Viet McNamara re plied not He added that he did net want to draw any conclusions in ad vance of his weeklong inspection and survey which would take him and Taylor the length and breadth of the tortured country and into contact with senior US military diplomatic officials and Vietna mese authorities Bulletins ABERDEEH S O Sobbing and Mrs Mary Ann Fisehar Monday laft fha hospital sha gava birth to qvintupleti say ing sha wantaoVto thank tv aryona for avarything they hava dona I appraciata it more lhan I can aver tall SANTO DOMINGO Dominican Rapublic chargad Monday Haitian forcas had ma tha bordar yillaga of Dajabon RadioSanto Do mingo said Prasidant Juan Bosch had thraatanad to bomb Haitian Prasidant Francois Duvaliars palaca in Port au Prinea rataljatkn OK voting machines OXFORD CUPD La DES MOINES mafayette County Sheriff Joe Ford chines may be used in the Dec Monday arrested Cleve McDow 3 election on ratiffnutinn nt tho 3 election on ratification of the Shaff plan of reapportionment been informed Phofofax HIGH WIRE Crum of Phoenix stopped traffic and drew a crowd when he shinnied up a SOfootJight signal at a busyintersectionFive police cruisersand a fire department hook and ladder truck sped to the scene Traffic was diverted while police talked for an hour to persuade Crum to come down He said it was all for fun Lacking his humor police booked him on charges of drunken and dis orderly conduct BIRMINGHAM Ala UPI dlvAlSf Jury Christ had L 61g mn Indonesians were trying to ated with the prosegregation break into 7 the vault Hmo ist national States Rights Party Gilchrist brushed past prSeS on charges they interfered with Indonesian police and remained COUrt Ordered nf j Rusk starts long ofState Dean Rusk and Spains tochat with Rusk at the neadquar foreign minister talked over the ters ofthe US mission to the issue ofU S bases in Spain United Nations the street Monday but apparently came to from1the I no aPTfomanf The SeCFBTarvs no The secretarys visitors includ Spains Fernando Castie 11 a ministers of Spain was the first of a string of 11 and Rusk and the US delegation also foreign ministers coming by to uslc fDd te also see Rusk day as ere lunchinS the United Na Rusk began wide consultations tlons as guests of SecretaryGen Wlth loaHArc TT XT U leaders attending the UN General Assemblys fall ses sioh The United States wants a longterm renewal of the deal under which it has operated several large air and naval bases in Spain The Spanish seeking more economic and po itical benefits than Washington wants to provide have been ex tending the base Bights only on a temporary basis The six foreign ministers from Central El Salvador Nicaragua Honduras 2osta Ricaand to visit Rusk in a group at 3 pm CST Other foreign ministers were coming by almost every hour on Rusk arrived from Washington over the weekend to talk for the next 10 days with asmany as possible of the 70 or so foreign leaders attending the fall session of Hhe UN General Assembly Rusks most important discus sions with Soviet Foreign Minis ter Andrei A Gromyko are ex pected late this week They will meet then to se what further EastWest accords are possible as a followup to the limited nuclear testban treaty In a speech Sunday at the dedi cation of a church building oppo site the UN grounds Rusk said I do not see on the horizon dramatic and solutions to divisive and ous problems but we must work OleMiss Negrq is arrested the University of Mississip r Mi i Atty Gen Evan Hultman ruled only a Monday He said state law provides that constitutional amendments such as the Shaff plan must be voted on separately from other issues but since the Shaff plan is the only issue involved Dec 3 votes may be recorded on machines North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy Monday with IntermWenfr rain and few Possible scattered drixite Tuesday becoming partly cloudy Tues day afternoon Warmer Mon day ntfllit and Tuesday Lows Monday night in Hfehs Tuesday in Tto Wearhar an Page 2 charge of weapon V McDowell was arrested by the sheriff at the end of his 10 am CST class an official at the University News Service Bureau said The official said Ford ap proached McDowell as he left 9 law class and Are you Cleve McDowell He said the sheriff then asked Are you carrying a weapon and that McDowell replied The sheriff then took the Ne gro law student into custody after taking a small pistol from him the official said The only other Negro to at tend Oie Miss James H Mere dith graduated at the end of the summer session because we may find them to be the key to larger ones Indonesia rift with Britain flares again JAKARTA Indonesia BritishIndo nesian dispute flared again Monday over the guarding of Britains ruined embassy burned by mobs wave of violence that almost caused a diplomatic break A diplomatic crisis was averted when Gov Su marno Sosroatmodjo of Jakarta agreed to a joint Brit guard to O ae protect documents in the in Alabama school case embassys vault British Ambassador A G GU christ had just told a news con ference that a senior police offi cial had refused to let him into the embassy Sunday night He suddenly broke off the conference and hurried to the embassy Embassy informants said Gil Birmingham schools Indicted and arrested Mon day were Dr Edward Fields a chiropractor who heads the States Rights Party Gerald Dutton22 Atlanta youth lead er of theparty Ralph W Lew andowski 18 Chicago a mem ber of the party and Jack Caslv 56 Birmingham Others the indict ment were JesseB Stonerx39 Atlanta attorneyfor the party James K Warner 24 Wilkes Barre Pa associate editor of newspaper David native of Toronto nowlivingin Birmingham ant Barnie Carmack Jr 29 Bir mingham Giant troop airlift set WASHINGTON MVThe Defense Department announced Monday hat an armada of 240 Air Force ransport planes will airlifft a L5000man Army armored divi sion to Germany late next month n the greatest such longrange raining operation ever under taken The 2nd Armored Division 13 500 men strong will be flown from Texas to Germany along hour and a half until the guard agreement was reached The British considered me is serious enough to ask support ronv other embassies US Am jassadorHoward P Jones and te Australian Canadian and French ambassadors rushed to the embassy eni were profestinj the creation of the Britishprotect ed Federation of Malaysia em bracing Malaya Singapore Sara Sabah North Borneo with 1500 men in supporting ruck and artillery units from bases in five states Vatican workers get pay raise pay increases Informants said the pontiff Catholic Church in audience Saturday i i TT break Indonesia promised that British lives and would be protected but a number of British enterprises have been taken over by the government at least tem Ewranly Indonesian officials say they acted to keep workers from seizing them Inside The Globe KIDS GO TO school for first time Page 2 FAVORITE indoor sport is the cocktail party Page 3 Editorials 4 North Iowa news 5 Clear Lake news 87 Society 101J Sports news Bowling news 13 15 Mason City Classified pagas 2021 RICH BEGGAR STOCKTON Calif Pete Greco 74 was booked on vagrancy charge Sunday after he trespassed and begged or a coat to wear Officers bund he was carrying in cash and bank books showing deposits of CLOSE group womenpausedtorest at tKe foot ofthe statue of Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad on the Des Moines Statehouse grounds The groupwas part ofan PSriTTvaroH 1 Kf i i Avtil dayat theSWtehquse grounds in conriectioirWittFtnV killings of six Jtfegro children in Birmingham Ala the Sunday before Protest bomb that killed 3 DES MOINES orderly which set off the March for Hu SjVf marchers which manity observance in Ames welled to upwards of 1500 perplanned to march down Highway JinS acCOmWorl nf fKr Tn Oil Treaty clears hurdle Outlook good for passage Sen ate rejected Monday a proposal by Sen Barry Goldwater R o Ariz to require Soviet remov al of nuclear weapons arid mili ary personnel from Cuba as the price for U S ratification of the limited nuclear test baa treaty The vote was 17 for the reser vation and 77against The reservation offered by roldwater a possible 1964 Re publican presidential nominee was regarded as thebiggest hurdle for the treaty banning nuclear testing except under The pact itself now signed by 00 nations is scheduled for a Senate vote at am Tues day Overwhelming approval appears to be assured Goldwater told his colleagues hat if they must vote for the reaty then in your nations lame and inthename of the rust y o u rk nation has placed upon you demand at kjast this single honorable appropriate and meaningfulprice Goldwaters reservation to the resolution was Jie first called up for action as the Senate neared the end of two weeks of debate on tha treaty to ban all but under ground nuclear testing i 4 IowaStte s ce house Sunday afternoon to join in spokesman student Doug Ewing a nrotpRt acfamcf fVio u a protest against the bombing and killings at Birmingham Ala Whites and Negroes alike took part in the demonstration which ook form in a parade on the Des Koines eastside and reached a cli max with a singing and speaking rogram around the Iowa Capitol building Among studerrfs and faculty members in the line of march vere 50 from Iowa State Univer ity at Ames wearing black arm oands Others 20 hoUrs from Gririnell College md Drake University participat id along with church civil rights md peace group members State delegation 70 rescued from cliff ih early morning darkness Mon day on the side ofa mountain two husky carpenters assembled a 100foot ladder a board at a time and rescued a 10yearold boy from the ledge of a cliff where he was trapped more than The two men A R Bender and Charles Welsh Augusta carpen ters won a race against time to get young BruceKrummel off a twofootledge some 1000 feet above the Sun River in the foot hills of the Rock Mountains The boy was trapped on the ledge Sunday morning while on a climbing expedition alone He was on a weekend fishing trip with his parents Mr and Mrs Robert Gill ofGreat Falls Mont He is Mrs Gills son by a pre vious marriage It sure was a lot of excite Bruce said with a grin when he was safely returned to bis parents For the two carpenters the res cue was a gruelling experience in which they veritably clung to the feide of the cliff like two flies on a wall Some 125 feet above them sat the boy clad in Tshirt and jeans with his feet dangling over the side Below the Sun River wound from the Rocky Mountains in this rugged north central country of Montana Two previous rescue attempts had failed Once Bender missed by inches of reaching the boy with a rope An attempt by Air Force heli copter was called off because of darkness Bender and Welsh constructed a section of the ladder at their position below the boy Theyput it against the face of the cSiff and standing near the highest rung began to extend it usintf lumber hammer nails and spikes to secure it to he rocky wall Otiier rescuers passed up the lumbcf and nails It took four hours before Bender was high enough to reach the lad but shortly after Bruce was in the arms of his parents The boy suffered no ill effects during his stay on the narrow ledge although three rain showers swept over the canyon during his 01 deal Im not hungry Im just tired he said This was the happiest moment of my life when I got hold of that boy Bender said after ward But my feet are a little sore he added Bender said the boy remained calm during the ordeal Lets go home I want to go to bed Die boy said after get ling a hug and kiss from his bother Des Moines But its chief said the group had to ride par of the way in cars to arrive here in time for the Des Moines meet ing Tha Grinnall Collage group ar rived here in cars and busses When the Ames marchers passed into the city limits a Des Moines group of Drake students clergy men and Girl Scouts joined them and marched to the west entrance of the Statehouse where the entire audience converged The marchers carried signs of many kinds protesting racial in equality and chanted such themes as Jim Crow Must Go and We Will Overcome The program at the Statehouse began about the scheduled hour of 4 ended with a memorial service in the evening for the four Negro girls killed in the bombing of ar church at Birmingham One speaker John Howard Grif fin authorr of Black Like Me told about how he had once dark ened his skin and lived in the South as a Negro Griffin told the meeting We have a terrible problem not of race but of racism Kennedy has busy slate President Kennedy holds three separate meetings Monday in connection with the racial situation in Bir mingham Ala First the President meets with tive white Birmingham civic leaders Then late Monday he talks with six white Alabama church leaders After that he is to confer with the two men he named last week as his personal representatives n the Birmingham situation ormer Army football coach Earl Red Blaik and former secretary of the Army Kenneth C Royal to the tion of reservations quickly when Sen ThomasJ DoddD Conn dropped his oyn fight for five Dodd urged ratification of the pact sayinghe believes the ood in it outweighs the bad He said he would offer later separate resolution calling upon the Senate Preparedness subcommittee to to the Senate on the tatus of the US underground nuclear testing program the tatus of nuclear laboratories the observance of the treaty and its impact on national se curity My guess is that in the leighborhood of 84 or 85 sen ators will vote in favor of rati ication Senate Republican eader Everett M Dirksen said Senate DernQcratic leader like Mansfield wouldnt pre ict the final tally but ex ressed confidence the treaty ivbuld be approved by amargin well above the twothirds ma ority required for ratification f all 100 senators vote 67 favor tie would be needed Mac vetoes bid for special scandal session LONDON Mln ster Harold M a cmillan has for mally rejected opposition Labor demands that parliament MB summonedintospecial ses ion to debate the nations sex ndsecurity scandal political ources said Monday Macmillans blunt rejection in weekend letter set the stage or a potentially explosive politi al row that could make or reak his government the sour es said Labor Party Leader Harold Vilson who already has de a special parliamentary cbate on the Denning Report n the resignation of exWar Tinister John Profumo is de ermined to fight MacmiUani tand the sources said SAME DATE1W412 IHwa Safely Tnffl M Mnarm   

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