Mason City Globe Gazette, September 30, 1963

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 30, 1963

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Doily Newspaper Makes all North Jowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 113 IMeruUoul Full MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER M 10c Paper CooritU of Two OM No i i Arrest in Alab o ama bomb case WHERES THE OLIVE When director Thompson wanted toshow how Robert Mitchum playingthe role of the worlds richest his honeymoon withShirleyMacLaine in the movie What A Way To Go he devised this 7foothigh plastic champagne glass Studio technicians in Holly wood filled it with 600gallons of ersatz champagne and floated the wedding Mitchum and MacLairie under a gold the bubbly liquid Suggest ban ta suffer because of the actions to Des a few but we haye to put 3 stop to t h ese Moines highj be nig ad vocated Monday Sifter a tear eas h e se incidents some CaptNick Kerplpnofthepolice eame6ver the weekend game over the weekend son The proposal came from D H throwing the tear gas container Battrick principal of Des Moines i naa mult 01 a Roosevelt High School who said said He didnt If thiskind of hoodlumism is intend any people with it going on we hadbetter cut out night football games JTiULlJtO Des Moines SchoolSupt John young people in general He said Harris said the tear gas uicident severa1 had called police to give Tl IPOflc in fha 0101 na saiu uitj icar gas uiuiucni would be discussed at the Board leads m of Educations regular meeting Tuesday He declined comment on the possibility of banning night games Thi tear gas bomb was thrown into the rcrowd attending a game at Drake stadium be tween Des Moines Roosevelt and Des Moines Tech Friday night Tech won the game 1913 Jay Michael Coffey 4 son of Mr and Mrs Jay Deane Coffey suffered a fractured skull when Six hurt i in wreck near Cresco i x persons were ished hospitalized here Sunday fol he was trampled as people scram bled to get away from the fumes Nineother persons were hospi talized for treatment of injuries Nearly 10000persons were at the game Police arrested John Franklin Jackson 15 son of Mr and Mrs Willard Jackson Saturday for throwing the bomb Police said he admitted lobbing the bomb into the stands from the Kirkwood Ele mentary School playground which adjoins the stadium Ywtng Jackson was charged with delinquency and held in the Polk County juvenile home pend ing a hearing Oct 11 Police said he told them he took the tear gas container from a cab inet in the basement of the police station when he went there with a friend to look at some bicycles being held by police Battrick said he has favored day ygames for high schools for some time Jackson is a tenthgrade stu dent at Battricks school v I lose several nights sleep and some weight every time we have a football game Battrick said It is too bad a whole crowd has North Weather outlook Fair warmer through Tues day Lows Monday night upper Highs Tuesday near M WeatW details on 2 rt hi n k it was more of a Police Sgt Jack Beardsley had a word of praise for Des Moines case Truman suggests to Red China EDITORS NOTE This is the last of two articles by former President Harry S Truman In portion Tru man voices strong support for the of surplus Unittd States wheat to Rod China By HARRY S TRUMAN To return to the situation in the Orient It should now be per fectly clear to all especially to Mao TseTung and Company that the propects of Chinas ability to communize the world or even continent of Asia are a forlorn hope and the chances anysuchsuccess are getting dimmer bythe day In that I would suspect that Soviet Russia too has reason to realize and has recent demonstrations to stfe cannot bring the or even the European continent into her dic tatorial orbit She should realize that her best interest would indicate that she settle for an honest coexis tence with the West and thus help insure her own peace and security as well as that of the rest of the world We have patient we have been accommodating we fyave lent ourselves for our part to every negotiation and have never overlooked an opportun ity in our endeavors to bring the Communists around to the ways of peace But try as we did patient as we were in face of lLall of provocations it provedof little use Butno matter how precarious peace we live in it is still a kind of peace we have to live with and we must do every thing in our power to protect it One of the most trying and sad moments I had undergone during my administration oc curred when I had to communi cate with General Marshall in China and ask him to s return home because i the situation there had become hopeless and we could no longer spare his great talent in that fruitless un dertaking We had poured into China vast quantities of of all kinds and large sums of money But unfortunately the Generalissimo was proved un equal to the challenge and he unable to stop the wholesale surrenders of his commanders and to halt the outrageous corrup tion of the officials around him Had he received the right co operation 2nd had there been a stable government in China with an understanding and a sympathy for the plight of its people I believe the situation could have been worked out China is an old country as his tory goes The people of China come from a highly advanced civilization with a remarkable record for vits contribution to science art philosophy and lit erature longbefore theWest got around to expressing itself in these areas It has been but a few years since China was driven into the new ism In this move she was greatly influenced and helped by Communist Ryssia We must realize that China for many centuries has been beset by feudalism and colonial ism and while she has recently come a considerable distance in organizing herself she isa long way from having developed a stable society Many countries especially the satellites whocameunder the ruthless drive of Communist co lonialism are now beginning to show signs that nationalistic feelings are too deeprooted to be overcome by the new ideolo gies I think this is equally true of China Of of the discdur TRUMAN Please turn to page 3 Both are involved inKu KluxKlan BIRMINGHAM Ala UP Two white men placed in city jail early Monday for further investiga lon intathe series of bonibings that have rocked this city for several years v Col Al Lingo head of the State Highway Patrol said others picked up in the intensified investigation been released declined to say how many others h a d been ques ioned Night Warden Li A Holcdmb dentified the two being held as RE Chambliss59 and Charles lagle 22 both of the Birming ham area Chambliss 11949 on Lean to redefinition in CITY which ran from Oct 11 to posed redefinition of the Roman Dec 8 last year This session wil church won general encontinue until Dec 4 f ftvim AC vmnnrr A from the first the second summed up this spirit I think held the apor Ecumenical all the bishops are coming back ing of the uanu Anglican and Orthodox ob Two cardinals and six bishops enthusiasm They know now what servers seated near him he said fhn flruw in Tntn 1C intpnHpH anr ivfiaf iV ITTT 1 took the floor in St Peters Basil OPEN ING PRAYS AT RE Pope Paul VI ica as the 2500 council fathers retrvilg to do sumed working sessions Pope rvvv VI reopened the council Paul said its aims were redefini kneels in prayer at ceremony Sunday after a ninemonth recess tion and reform of the Catholic in St Basilica in Vati with a strong appeal for church church restoring Christian unitv fan 41 A T and contact with todays can CityJreopening the Ecu reform The council press office sumworld Mondays three hour menical Council started to make a left turn to meeting told newsmen the schema llioJVC a IC4L lUlfl IU iivY jijit 11 LUC AUllCilJca r Y 4 go south onHighway 63 when topic before the blva council of invitation of ex the front end of his truck was Ecclesia concerning the church of confidence His struck by tie Werts car which accepted by speakers as W3S friiricf nnrfli TTirrJuTmTr was going north on Highway 63 a Witnesses told the sheriff Mrs build Werts apparently did not see the warning lights and 4 i top had led in the ditch north of the ending intersection and were demol It was revised during the re cess and undoubtedly will be re vised further It will be the main topic before the councils session lowing a cartruck crash at Davis Corner the intersection of Highways 63 and 9 west of here The car was driven by Mrs Alma J Werts 72 of Wmterset Riding with her were Mrs Ida Comp 74 Mrs Jennie Husted 78 and Mrs Ina Long They were on their way to Wisconsin Dells for a vacation according to Sheriff Percy Haven Perry Springs west on Highway 9 He had stopped at the4way stop which has flashing lights He had J Walton 57 was driving truck Lime Walton and his son Timothy 16 who was in the truck with him were hospitalized with bruises and cuts on the head ancT face and Timothy had a possible brain concussion Mrs Husted is in serious condition with shock multiple fractures of the thigh arid elbow a n d internal injuries Mrs Werts has a broken nose and wrist cuts and bruises on the chest and head Mrs Comp has multiple fracturesof left leg and arm and Mrs Long cuts and bruises of the leg head and face Stem revolt on Algeria border TIZI OUZOU Algeria AP Troops loyal to President Ahmed Ben Bella entered the Kabylie mountain town of Tizi Ouzou Mon day to stem a revolt of Berber units Col Mohand Ou El Hadj re moved by Ben Bella from com mand of the 7th military region left Tizi Ouzou with his staff and some troops Algerian army officers said the dissident units set up roadblocks east and south of Tizi Ouzou but did not interfere seriously with the movement of government con voys Government troops closed all exits from Tizi Ouzou 70 miles east of Algiers and searched all cars and motorists leaving the troop carriers mounting machine guns were parked in the city The troop commander who de clined to give his name told newsmen for the time being everything is calm We receive orders directly from Algiers Berbers in the Kabylia area took to the streets Sunday shout ing Down with Ben Bella Meanwhile an underground group calling itself the front of Socialist forces FFS proclaimed allout war on Ben Bellas oneman rule good foundation on whichto clear voice rolled through the tiushed Basilica and out to a 4 The schema considered the key to all the councils work proposed a new way for the Roman Cath olic church to look at its struc ture It came up originally at the councils first session last year and was criticized by many fa thers as being too juridical and academicand not sufficiently pas toral There was criticism that the original draft would not help the cause of Christian unity During the recess a council spokesman said Monday 372 pro posed corrections and amend ments to the first half of the schema were mailedto the Vati can by prelates around the world A feeling was evident among the church fathers that the ses sion would move with greater speed and efficiency than the New twist on the twist JAKARTA Indonesia UPI President Su karno Monday denounced the twist as a wild western dance and ordered the arrest of a studerit committee that wanted to stage a twist festi val Sukarno who has been known to take a whirl or two on the dance floor himself told 10000 University of Indo nesia students in a speech Monday that the not the Indonesian culture You boys and girls if you want to dance the twist youd better leave Sukarno said the country young American bishop to this session with a lot more and what it is they are wish to make of our faith an oc In opening the council Pope caslon for polemics He called the episcopal assem Jewels cash stolen from McicNiders SCOTTSDALE Ariz Theft of worth of jewel ry and in cash from their room has been reported to sher iffs officers here by Mr and Mrs Jack MacNider of Mason City Iowa Mr and Mrs MacNider said the theft occurred apparently some time Saturday when they were gone from their room at the Mountain Shadows Inn for most of the day They said they played golf in the morning and went swim ming in the afternoon and found the money and jewelry miss ing when they returned from the pool about 4 pm The MacNiders said the miss ing jewelry included a watch and bracelet valued at and a diamond ring of the same value They listed other items as a diamond bracelet sap phire bracelet jeweled pin charm bracelet 000 and earrings They said the jewelry was insured MacNider 36 is president of the Northwestern States Port land Cement Co of Mason City Iowa He was in Scottsdale to attend the convention of the Portland Cement Assn JINGLE BELLS All retailers of Mason City are scheduled to attend a meeting at 9 am Tuesday at the Town House Christmas pro motion The meeting was called by the Mason City Chamber of Commerce Inside The Globe IOWA DAIRIES on proba tion for low butterfat milk Page 2 ONCE A LEADER of II S Communists now he is their critic Page 3 Editorials i 4 Society news 91011 Sports news 1314 Latest markets H Mason City news1617 Comics ig Clear Lake news 19 North Iowa news 20 Transit timetable 22 Classified pages 2223 crowd of 50000 persons in St Pe ters Square as he delivered the 10000word address in Latin Like potie John Pope Paul tant We lay no snares we do not wai found innocent a whUe masked He has beenac iye in antiintegration efforts Of icers had to restrain Chambliss recently when he engaged in a near brawl with a newsman ata segregation meeting Cagle has been affiliated with intiintegration activities mostly crashiakes mans life in the area south of Birmingham Last summer he was arrested while going to a Ku Klux Klan rally hi Tuscalopsa a short tune before the University of Alabama was desegregatedState officials identified him as a Klansman and said that he was carrying a weapon 6othi men had been under sur veillance by city county and fed eral agents The local law en forcement agencies said Uhat the arrests by the state came as a surprise Lingo Avould give no informa Bald ner was killedSaturday when a car he was driving smashed into a train a mile east of iToetervilleon arural road just south of his home is way home to filling after a trip He help njfith to Mason City to license wa employedat the Oliver plant i Charles City Officers estimate that the II linois Central train was goin about 15 miles an hour when UK accident occurred Baldner was alone in his car Baldner was taken by ambu ance to St Ansgar but was pro nounced dead by a physician on arrival there meral services will be Tues pm at St Peter Lu i Church in Rev William Kamke will oiiiciate Burial will be in the church cemetery with Schroe der Houg Funeral Home of St Ansgar in charge Surviving are his parents Mr and Mrs Erwin Baldner a brother Russell a sister Mar lene Minneapolis tion on tte men nor on results of the questioning He also declined to definitely link them blast at the Sixteenth Street Bap tist Church Sept 15 in young Negrp girlswere killed The ljwomenarrived at the city same one where some 2400 Negro demonstrators were held a highway pa trol car two troopers Dressed in sport shirts and slacks they covered their faces as they were led into the jail Although the investigation into the have been at east 40 had been intensified incethe church explosion these vere thefirst arrests A tipoff ihat they were coming came Sun SAME DATE19M428 day night in Montgomery from the office of Gov George C Wal lace governors office said in a statement that arrests were im minent in the church bombing in which the Negro girls Were killed Later a statement from governors office said only that Iwo persons were taken into cus ody in with the Bir mingham bdmbings It did not pecify the church blast Lingo said the men were beings uestioned and would be trans erred to Jefferson Birmingham ounty Jail He would not defi itely link them with the church xplosion and said no formal barges had been filed The city has had more than 40 ombings since World War II ut the one which nearly de troyed the Sixteenth Street Bap ist Church was the worst About 20 persons were injured n the blast which inflicted more than in damage to the church and damaged nearby cars ahd buildings The church bombing almost sparked a riot Sporadic outbursts of violence continued through tha day and Two young Ne groes were shot to by police officers and the other as he was riding a bicycle Two white youths are free on bonds in the death of the second Negro ARRESTED IN Two PHcT Et for luestioning in connection with the Chambliss and Charles Cagle hide from bombing in Birmingham which killed camera as they are taken into custody four small Negro girls in a church I ;

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