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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 18, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Horn HAROLD MACMILLAN ON was named Friday tov bef Bri tains new prime man whp must try to carry the Conservative party to victory in elections within the next year The softspoken but incisive foreign secretary 50 was ap pointed by Queen Elizabeth II to be her firstminister at the urging of retiring Prime Minis ter Harold Macmillan The choice the Scottish peer who advocates a firmbut realistic policy toward the So viet Union came despite a mid prime m r night rebellion within the Tory party large segment of Mac milians own Cabinet fought to the last to block Homes ap pointment and win the post for Deputy Prime Minister Richard A Butler how thwarted for the second time Macmillan edged him but in 1057 Resentment centered on Mac millans decision to pass over Conservative leaders in the House of Commons and select a member of the House of Lords Home pronounced hume is expected to relinquish his title promptly and seek a seat in the House of Commons in a special election Butler leads the liberal wing of the Conservative party His supporter felt he gave the par ty a more modern image that was needed for the difficult struggle with the resurgent La bor party in the next general election to be held by the fall of 1964 Home himself had kept clear of the power struggle overthe past few days Friends said he was reluctant to shed his title in The order to take over the govern ment But Home was all smiles when he drove to Buckingham PaIace to see Queen Elizabeth Crowds gathered outside the palace knew at once that the struggle inside the party was over and that Home would be come the next prime minister Its Lord Home Its Lord Home came the cry as his car rolled into the palace courtyard Shortly thereafter came confir North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home newspaper that makes all North 1 o wa n s n e i g h b o rs mation from Buckingham Pal ace The Queen has received the Earl of Home in audience and invited him to form an admin istration Although the selection of Home may leave scars on the Conservative party Macmillan had chosen a man he could trust in the critical field of for eign affairs and a man well HOME Please turn to page 2 LORD HOME v GLOBEGA VOL 183 Home Edition Associated and United Press International Full Lease Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1943 Iowa help in drought Hampton aids Missouri tpWn HAMPTONMaterials from the Civil Defense Depot here are helping a Missouri commu nity of 5000 battle a serious drought v Nearly 14 miles of 8inch pipe and eight pumps are being transported from Hampton to Macon Mo to help that north east Missouri community re plenish its nearly dry water res ervoir The pipe from Hampton will be used as a temporary pipeline which will lift virater from the Chariton River transport it to the East Fork River where it will be pumped into Macon Lake the citys water reservoir Volunteer drivers operating borrdwedMniclfs on basis are making the 500mile roundtrips to Mac o n from Hampton with the 20foot tions of pipe A dozen Macon residents are working round the clock inHampton loading the pipeon thetrucks The pipes and pumps are on 90day loan to Macon from the Civil Defense authorities Earl Switzer Macon utilities super intendent saysthe loan period could be extended if the ma terial was needed longer Switzer said the community is caught up in a twoyear drought The ground is so dry he addeed that anything short of a flood would not help the water situation The pipeline should be in op by Oct 27 Itwill de liver 1000 gallons a minute Well have to punip two days to gain an inch rise iri the lake Switzer said Well keep pumping until we have enough water in the lake to last us un til the spring rains and thaw Tight water restrictions have been in force in Macon for the lasttwo months Normal wa ter consumption for the com munity is 1350000 gallons a day Since the restrictions went into effect the consumption has dropped more than 200000 gal lons Sentence Fought in Boone BOONE WVMichael Faught 19 of Mason City was sentenced in District Court Friday to not more than eight years at the Reformatory The sentence also includes a fine with the stipulation that if the fine is not paid Faught will have to serve one day for each of the fine Faught once sentenced to 50 years in prison for murder was 10c a Paper Consists ol Two SectionsSection No 216 SUNNY BRAE BEFORE FIRE FIREMEN SIFT SUNNY BRAE DEBRIS FRIDAY by Elvvin JIusser A JUJCjJOJtvlo rjvlUAY 45000 Osage Country Club burns am school Negro boy class officer BIRMINGHAM both r I BIRMINGHAM Ala Dwight Armstrong is vice presi dent of his sixth grade class The most remarkable fact about this is that Dwight and his younger brother Floyd are the only Negroes in Graymont Ele mentary School Floyd also is gaining accept ance among his white class mates Just the other day he said he was surprised when he was picked tocaptain the touch football team that day Dwight 11 and Floyd 10 made history along with 20 oth er Negroes in Birmingham Mo bile Huntsville and Tuskegea when they attended white federal court or ders The early furor over school de segregation apparently is dying down and Dwight and Floyd both note a growing acceptance by the other pupils I feel kind of like I used to going to school No different I feel better Dwight said during an interview The more talkative of the two boys he looked at Floyd I feel natural like I usually feel Floydsaid their feelings are quite different than when they entered the school in early September then they were heryous excited and as they remember it alone I said to myself I dont care what they say I know who I am and whatI am Dwight said explaining hisinitial reaction Their father James Arm strong Sr a Birmingham bar ber has an explanation for his boys being tense but not afraid They went to jail during the demonstrations I guess that got the fear out of them There have been a few inci dents an occasional tripj or push but nothing unpleasant lately Armstrong into the neighborhood five years ago keeps a guard athis house all nightandthe family rarely turns onthe lights in the front of just in case Dwight and Floyd study hard Both brought home good report cards this week They said they dont know what the future will bring nor do they know what they would like to be but they are optimis tic The same boy who kept making faces at me he doesnt make faces at me any moreNow hes my friend DWIGHT LEFT AND FLOYD ARMSTRONG Hughes helps beet farmers years in prison ior muraer was DES MOINES AP Sugar sentenced on a lesser growers in western Iowa lion of manslaughter hadthesimnnrt nf TTMM North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers er thunder storms Friday night lows in low 50s Partly cloudy and a little warmer Saturday highs in the 70s Weather details on 2 had the support of Gov Harold Hughes Friday in an effort to get the US Department of Agri culture to restore a 19000 acre age allotment The federal department re cently canceled the proposed al lotment for an Iowa Nebraska South Dakota area A Western Iowa delegation called on Gov Hughes Thursday and he telephoned Agriculture Department officials in Wash ington t In asking that the allotment 1 be restored Hughes said This means a lot to the western part of the state The allotment was withdrawn after plans of the Utah Idaho Sugar Co to build a processing plant in the tristate area re portedly in eastern South Dako ta near Sioux City failed to materialize The delegation fold the gov ernor that plans for the sugar plant were only delayed not dropped John A Oliver manager of the American Crystal Sugar beet sugar plant in Mason City said the western Iowa allotment of are not held to any al Tito bitten by flu bug WILLIAMSBURG Va Yugoslav President Tito a tough old World War II guerrilla fighter postponed his visit to the WestCoast Friday because of the flu Inside The Globe I TRIPPED OVER bodies in the dark Page 2 TAX COMMISSION in vites legislative check Page 3 FOREIGN FOOD festival at YWCA Oct 23 Page 12 cut ujrhirig from Washington ny Brae A State Department spokes man said Tito wasrunning a temperature of 1002 degrees and decided to call off the morn ing flight on advice of his physi cians Angier Biddle Duke State De partment chief of protocol said Tito was running a temperature Thursday when he met in VVash President Kennedy The Communist leader can celed his night events here nignt and retired to iiuuuuuse was his room immediately after rethe Mens Stag held Thursday t tl J tYi1 Flamescome in the night Brae Country lub burned down early Friday Dr William Spencer president of the club estimated the loss at something over Manager LihtonrArsers who ives in a cottage on the jrouhdsy was awakened by a crackling noise about am Ie discovered the clubhouse iii lames He was forced to go to a neighbors to turn in a fire alarm as the fire had knocked ut his phone By the time the Osage fire departmnet had answered the all the fire was too far ad vanced to becontrolled The nly thing saved according to Arsers was about worth Jf golf equipment belonging to members Dr Spencer said the building vas fully insured It will be re built he said The clubhouse was built in 928 on the Cedar liver two miles south of Osage The 54acre site was originally owned by Avery Brush and after us death was sold by his daugh er Mrs Julia Johnson The clubhouse has been re nodeled and additions made wice since it was built The last vas three years ago when a cart ouse was added to the first loor and an upstairs lounge nd patio constructed The final event of this season cheduled at the was might It has not been deter This morning he had a light mined how nor where the fire breakfast and remained in the started 111 LiJtl old home where he has been staying here It was unknown how soon Tito would continue his scheduled trip to Castle Air Force Base in Editorials YYYY 4 California and Yosemite Nation ComicsYY Park Mason City news Y67J Latest markets 7 He also was scheduled to North Iowa news 3 San Francisco before go Sports to New York next week to Society news nT2 ess the United NaUons Gen Television news 1314 eral Assembly Clear Lake news 15 Classified pages POP GUN ST LOUIS Mo iuva aiiuunciii ui 01 LUU1C5 MO UPI acreage under discussion would Michael Turner 4 got a bie have no effect on beet operabang out of his pop gun He tions m his area At present fired a 45 caliber bullet from cork was shaken In Washington the White House said President Kennedy was informed of Titos illness at am and sent him a get well telegram i The White House offered the services of a doctor but was in formed this would not be neces sary since Titos personal phy sician is with him Firemen were sifting through the rubble Friday in search of coins or other metal objects which had not been destr6yed by the flames Mexico City gets Olympics BADENBADEN Germany ffi City won Friday the right to stage the 1968 Olympic Games i Otto Mayer chancellor of the International Olympic Commit tee announced that Mexico City had been chosen with a majori ty of votes on the first count Mexico City got the nod of the IOC delegates over Detroit i Buenos Aires and Lyon France BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY reen squirt safe with water after a fire thatleveled the Brae Country Club in Osage John Krause Gene Smith were called to battle the fire which destroyed the building Lake Mills pedestrian killed Driver charged LAKE MILLSAlbert Hauge 80 Lake Mills was killed about 10 pm Thursday when struck by a car at a crossing on Main Street here The car was driven by Jim mie Hanna 20 of Woden Han na said he did not see the man start across the street until too late to avoid hitting him Hanna has been charged with drunk driving According to Highway Patrolman James Lind there may be other charges Johnson KiesterMinn grandchildren grandchildren Mrs Andrena Sime Kfester Mr Hauge lived alone in an apartment here Hanna refused all chemical or coordination tests nine great and a sister i hall m Lake Mills walked with two canes The crossing is well lighted according to Lind with a yellow caution light flashing above the intersection Hits unsigned Shaff material DES HOLIES UPI The chairman of lowans Against the Shaff Plan has charged the Plan political advertising law Duane Dewel Algona said Tmirsday night that the Iowa Farm Bureau leaders and the Iowa Manufacturers Association issued unsigned proShaff IT XVVVU nave l5SUOn unsigned proShaff v Camed Or literature that is in direct vio about 100 feet from the point of lation of Iowa Law impact The car traveled an other 142 feet before stopping Injuries to Hauge included a fractured skull broken right leg and internal injuries Funeral services will be Mon day at 2 pm at the Salem Lutheran Church here Burial will be in Hinman Cemetery with AndersonMittelstadt Fu neral Home in charge Surviving are two sons Nor ris Albert Lea Ray Lake Mills a daughter Mrs Selmer SAME
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