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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1963, Mason City, Iowa The new North Iowas Doily Newspdpei tpoptr that mokes all North lowans Home Edition VOL103 AwocUted Prtft rad UjBtod full Wlm MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER W3 10e of Two OM Probe crash No 224 Connolly dies in capital Iowans Was ill for long time WASHINGTON M Former Sen Tom Connally DTex died Sunday at his home Mon day of pneumonia Connally died shortly after midnight A former chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Com mittee Connally had lived in Washington since his retirement from the Senate in 1953 Connally had been ill for some years His wife was with him when he died The Texan was chairman of the Foreign Relations Commit tee during and after World War Many Senate press gallery visitors regarded him as the senator who looked most like a senator A frockcoated politi cian of the old school he was famed as a rough and tumble debater during his 36year con gressional career 24 in the Sen and 12 in the House Connally was elected to the Senate in 1928 after 12 years service in the House interrupt ed by World War I He resigned from Congress to become a cap tain in the 22nd Infantry Bri gade of thellth Division short lybefore the outfit sailed for Francei he became ill and nev wj joined the Armyras an dur ing the SpanishAmerican War but never got to Cuba Connally became chairman of the Foreign Relations Commit tee in 1941 four months before Japans Attack on Pearl Har bor He devoted much of his time to promoting President Frank lin D Roosevelts dream of a world organization to keep the peace He went to the San Francisco conference which in 1945 framed the United Nations Charter and helped to obtain Senate ratifi cation with only two adverse Before taking the foreign relations post he had been a staunch supporter of Roose velts prewar foreign policy He favored irepeal of the arms em bargo enactment of the Lend Lease Act and passage of the peacetime selective service law Connally in McLen nan County Tex Aug 19 1877 He was educated at Baylor Uni versity and the University of Texas Law School He married Louise Clarkson of Marlin Tex in 1904 They had one son Ben now a fed eral district court judge in Texas His first wife died in 1935 and in 1942 Connally married the widow of his colleague Sen Morris Sheppard DTex 12 hurt in Bluffs explosion COUNCIL BLUFFS Of An explosion ripped through the Griffin Pipe Products Co here early Monday First reports in dicated about a dozen persons were injured There were no reports of any deaths There were indications the ex plosion may have occurred in a cubicle containing molten metal However the cause of the blast was not immediately determined Three ambulances and the Goncil Bluffs Fire Department rescue squad were called to the scene Ambulance drivers said none of the workmen appeared to be seriously injured and were able to walk from ambulances into a hospital Two workmen said the blast occurred when water came in contact with mollea iron FINDS DYING SONA Downey searching for his son found him dying in tfiis car wreck Here center the boy John M Walsh 17 is lifted from the car which also took the lives of three other boys when it smashed into the tree Young Walsh died shortly after being taken from the wreck age The fathers John R Walsh found the wreckage a lonely canyon road near Chino Calif Dr F G Henke Charles City dies CHARLES Freder ick G Henke Methodist minis vv a an educator and FliSyd5 County official died early Sunday at the Chautauqua Guest Home here He had been a patient in tjie home since last December i Services have been set for 2 pm Wednesday at Central Methodist Church in Charles City The Rev William Green will assisted by Dr Arthur J Kindred of Mason City who is Methodist district superintendent and the Rev C D James Charles City Burial will be at the Riverside Cemetery with GrossmanHage Funeral Home in charge Dr Henke is survived by his wife Selma There also are sev eral nephews and nieces Frederick Goodrich Henke was born in Alden Aug 2 1876 He was a son of the Rev Ed ward William and Anna Mar garet Rudolph Henke tended public schools at Storm Lake and Gladbrook and at Ga lena III At 15 he enrolled in the Galena college and later came to Charles City whfsn the college was moved there He received the AB degree in 1897 In December 1900 he left for DR F G HENKE University of Nanking he re China as professor of and psychology The university was just getting under way after the amalgamation of the boys colleges of the Meth odist Presbyterian and Dis ciples missions under the United Board served not only as professor but c Chma towork in the Central also as university chaplain and f China Mission of the Methodist Church arid spent most of his first year in Nanchang capital n of the Sunday service of the Kiangsi Province in Hl0 According to previous ar rangement he met Miss Selma Hirsch of Charles City daugh ter of J P Hirsch second pres ident of the Charles City Col lege upon her arrival in Yoko hama Japan on Sept 3 1901 The following day as planned they were married in the US Consulate in Kobe by the Rev B Moseley of the Southern Methodist Mission in the university church preaching in Chinese He also acted as interpreter for guest speakers from America As librarian he arranged and classified the books of the newly organized University of Nan king He received numerous the first measurable amounts in shipments of new books given weeks dampened parched by interested friends in Amerareas in Eastern drought sec tions Monday but afforded only minor relief from the prolonged In December they were moved from Nanchang to Kiu Kiang on the Yangtze River where they Jived until their re turn to America on furlough in the spring of 1907 In 1907 he enrolled for grad uate study in Northwestern Uni versity and took an MA de gree in 1908 Prom Northwest ern he went to the University of Chicago receiving a PhD de gree cum laude in 1910 In 1910 on invitation from the North Iowa Weather outlook Fair cooler Monday night scattered frost lows in low 30s locally in upper 20s in northeast Fair w a r m fc r Tuesday in low Ms Weather details on 2 librarian As chaplain he was HENKE Please turn to page 2 USto speak to Monks Seventh suicide SAIGON Viet Nam AP UN mission to South Viet Nam discarded its restricted government itinerary Monday in an attempt to counter the Diem regimes efforts to keep opposi tion Buddhists from the fact finders The UN team announced it would decide for itself who it will see in its investigation of Buddhist charges of govern ment Since its arrival Thursday the UN mission has been briefed by President Ngo Dinh Diem and his powerful brother Ngo Dinh Nhu and progovern ment Buddhist leaders The government schedule has given the UN investigators almost no opportunity to talk with op position Buddhists or any opposi tion political group The diplomats decided to break from the tourlike sched ule arranged by the government just as another Buddhist monk burned himself to Jdeath in front of the Roman Catholic Cathe dral Sunday It was the seventh Buddhist suicide by fire since June and it was carried out to dramatize the Buddhist charges during the visit by the UN EAST GERMAN F Mann 20 left is met at and Catching government police off guard arrived by motorcycle poured gasoline on himself and Jit a match A crowd about 100 persons gathered around the flaming figure x Some prostrated themselves and recited Buddhist prayers while others blocked police try ing to extinguish the flames At the fire enveloped him the monk bowed and raised his arms in prayer He was dead in three minutes Buddhist sources predicted more suicides to protest what they called repressions by the government James Robinson a National Broadcasting Co correspond ent said he was grabbed by po lice while he was filming the suicide with NBC cameraman Andrew Pearson Robinson wrenched free and hopped into a black government limousine which had just pulled opposite him It carried him and anoth er Western newsman to safety Three American newsmen In his three years there he ncludin5 two NBQ men were monk death Sprinkle in parched east CHICAGO Wl Light rain dry spell Angeles from almost two years m an East German prison Mann was tried in 1962 on charges he tried to help an East German student escape into West Berlin and served 21 months in prison WASHINGTON WVIts full speed ahead for th Ub Programto land a man on the moon in this decade Ihat s way space officials greeted Sunday the news from Khrn n with tour Khrushchev apparently has ing journalists Khrushchev de pulled his country out of clared moon race At present we are not plan AndvSen Clinton P Anderning manned moon flights I have read a report to the 1 j i n i Pljotofax President Kennedy and daughter Caro line leave church in Middle burg Va after the entire family attended services for the first time Sunday Little John passes test in church MIDDLEBURG Va JohnKennedy Jr has passed lis first church service withfly ng colors He may be restless but he doesnt have to be sound proofed The Presidents son who will e 3next month was put to the est Sunday at St Stephenthe Martyr Roman Catholic Church It was the first time the pres dential family worshiped to gether at public church serv ces It also was the Kennedys irst weekend at their new Rat lesnake Mountain home at nearby Atoka US wont its moon ans son chairman of the Senate Space committee agreed First of all I do not believe we should develop our space programson the basis of the press statements of Mr Khrush chev the New Mexico Demo crat told The Associated Press However there were signs elsewhere that the Russian eaders move may provide am munition for American critics of heavy space spending In art interview Saturday Inside The Globe 10LDWATER IN same boat JFK was during 1960 Page 2 IS GOP KEEPING with holding system to them selves PageS Editorials 4 North Iowa news 5 Clear Lake news 789 Society news 101112 Sports news 1314 Bowling news 15 Latest markets 16 Mason City news 1617 Classified pages 2021 in with tour effect thatthe Americans want to land a man on the moon by 1970 Well I wish them success And we shall watch how they fly there how they come to earth or rather come to moon and this is the main thing how they take off and return home The reaction In Washington was varied James E Webb administra tor of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration said Khrushchevs statement could have theeffect of strengthening this countrys desire to go ahead with the moon pro gram Dr George E Mueller direc tor of NASAs manned space flight programs said the Amer ican moon effort should con tinue independent of any action Russia might take President Kennedy in 1961 set as a national goal the landing of a man on the moon in this dec ade hopefully before the Rus sians do The cost has been es timated at billion or more Getting Congress to see things his way has not been easy The administration asked 18 billion for NASA this fiscal wiassmea pages 2021 year Rusk calms manpower cut fears FRANKFURT Germany AP of State Dean Rusk seeking to still West German fears that last weeks massive troop airlift foreshadows a mili tary manpower cut has pledged the United States will keep six divisions in Germany as long as necessary Rusk also joined Sunday with Chancellor Ludwig Erhard in an appeal for a strong Atlantic Alliance Both cautioned against any loosening of ties with the United States Rusk and the new West Ger man government leader spoke at the dedication of a memorial honoring the late Gen George C Marshall who as secretary of state gave his name to the economic blueprint known as the Marshall Plan for the re covery of postwar Europe Both speakers appeared to be aiming their remarks at Presi dent Charles de Gaulle of France who has warned that one day the United States may decide to withdraw its forces from Europe He has urged the creation of an independent Eu rope acting as a third force in world politics Rusk arrived in Germany at the end of last weeks exercise Big Lift in which an entire ar mored division was flown here from Texas in less than three days We have six divisions in Ger many Rusk said We intend to maintainthese divisions here as long as there is need for under present circumstances there is no doubt that they will continue to be needed Rusk also diplomatically told the Europeans he didnt think they were living up to their mil itary commitments to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization It is a source of pride that the United States has generally met or exceeded its goals and a source of regret thatcertain others in the alliance have not he said Erhard who recently suc ceeded Konrad Adenauer as chancellor indicated he agreed with the US position and called on his countrymen and Euro peans generally to remember the debt they owe to the United States Rusk also said the most ef fective way of meeting any So viet threat was a NATO nuclear fleet The plan was first put forth by president Kennedy in a meeting with former British Prime Minister Harold Macmil lan at Nassau in the Bahamas in December It calls for a fleet of surface ships manned by crews of mixed nationality and equipped with US missiles Britain has been cool to the plan and France has rejected it De Gaulle wants his own nu clear striking force Road is clear straight Marshalltown man unhurt AUSTIN Highway atrol continued an investiga oh Monday into the cause of a hreecar crash that killed owans on a straight stretch of J S 218 six miles south of aturday night There was no immediate ex lanation for the fairweather rash which occurred four miles outh of the scene of a collision hat killed six persons one year So Four of the victims from Osage were Lloyd L Olson 43 and his wife Laurine 41 and Varren K Pederson 44 and his wife Marcella 41 fifth victim was Virgil D Horgen 38 St Ansgar The only survivor who wai not injured was Ray A Han on 61 Marshalltown The Osage victims were in a northbouad car and Horgen was oihg south alone in his auto Mower County Sheriff Doyle Lin dahl said the two North Iowa autos collided nearly headon Hanson was driving behind the Olson car at the time of the crash arid part of the Olson auto came down on top of Han sons vehicle Lindahl called the crash worst he had ever seen Hanson said when the crash occurred it seemed like the whole world exploded in front of me r Authorities c o u 1 d giveno reason for the mishap The road is straight and the weather was good Just a year ago this month stxpersons were killed inan ac cident on the same highway about six miles from the scene of the Saturday night tragedy The two Osage couples were oing to a barn dance square dance festival at a place on Highway 218 south of Austin where they had attended dances reviously Funeral services for yirgii D Horgen will be Tuesday at 2 m at the First Lutheran Church n St Ansgar The Rev Don Comnick will officiate Burial vill be in the First Lutheran Cemetery with Schroeder Houg Funeral Home St Ans ar in charge He was a line foreman for the edar Valley Electrical CoOp erative at St Ansgar where ha vas employed since his dis charge from Navy service He was the son of Mr and Urs Edwin Horgen and was on a farm near Osage le was confirmed in Our Sav ours Lutheran Church there and was a lifetime resident of he St AnsgarOsage area He vas married to Lucille Thorson f St Ansgar Horgen is survived by his wife a son James 14 a daughter Linda 11 his father a brother Glendon Horgen Elma and a sister Mrs Rob t Frank Chicago Funeral rites are planned for at pm at Our Saviors Lutheran Church for Mr and Mrs Olson with burial n the Osage Cemetery The lev Obert Hoven and the Rev R M Chris tianson will off ki te Lloyd L Olson was born in Jarch 1920 near Osage to Oscar and Rose Olson He was grad uated from Osage High School e married Laurine Motland in eptember 1941 He served in Vorld War II with the Air Force in the Pacific area Osage FIVE KILLED Please turn to page 2 SAME 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