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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 18, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             North Newspaper newspaper that mokes all North lowons neighbors Home Edition VOL 103 rull MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18 W3 UOe a Paper Consists of Four SectlcuuSectlon No Moscows Negroes riot Cheer Fund gets help from labor PEARHEADED bj a donation by unio n em ployes at Jacob E Pecker Sons the Christmas Cheer Fund sho ahead Wednesday towards its goa of by the deadline of 10 am An average o daily for t h e remaining five days must be maintained 1 we are to keep alive our recorc of never missing the goal in the 39year history of the fund Labor always has been one of the staunchest supporters o the fund Its ranks has seen some of the direct results of the contributions when the need arises at Christmas and al other times of the year Following his usual custom Beryl Lark Kiester Minn sent a cash contribution with a sled and a box of toys Notes accompanied many of the donations Merry Christmas to those who have so little from one who has enough It was signed A Lucky I hope my gift helps a lit tle said another read e r Again wewishto contribute in helping to make this Christmas a more joyous one for those less fortunate than we said still an other t Oho Wrote to the of Cce of Family Service Inc which administers the Cheer Fund asking to be kept off the list of assistancethis year We were flooded out of our home two years ago andwere helped undoubtedly need it more now r It is another instance of a family being rehabilitated through the careful work of Miss Doris Bruce executive secretary of Family Service You can Join in this happy procession of gifts by bringing your gift to office or mailing it to CHRISTMAS CHEER GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa 50402 500 500 300 2500 500 400 200 CHEER FUND GOAL PREVIOUSLY REPORTED 158358 Sunshine Circle Fletsant Valley Cinderella 4H Club Phi SIrma Alpha Sorority ClearLake chapter Liura Marie Christine S R Chevrolet The David Patricks Sarah and Ellen Beryl Lark Kleiter Minn United Packing House Food and Allied Workers Local 38 Twentieth Century Club Brenlon Burns and Carleton Lee Stewart III A Mason City Dentist Marshall it Swift employes A Reader Anonymous In Memory of Larry Dean Rltter Gleaners SS Class Plym outh Roosevelt Bth YON Club A Lucky Little Boy A Sheffield Friend TAE CInb 13002 900 200 1000 JOO 200 500 1500 200 200 100 1275 THE DAYS TOTAL 89177 TOTAL TO DATE STILL NEEDED GIVING DAYS LEFT ONLY 5 Snipers 2nd shot killed Kennedy LSHINGTON AP Pres He said it Wnt WASHINGTON AP Pres ident John F Kennedy might have survived the first bullet to strike him in the Dallas assas sination a source familiar with autopsy findings reports it was the second bullet which proved fatal This source said Tuesday night the first bullet fired by Kennedys assassin struck the President in the back and did not damage any vital organs He said it was not likely to have caused death This account of Kennedys wounds differed sharply from earlier reports provided by phy sicians who treated the Presi dent shortly after he was shot Nov 22 Doctors who attended Ken nedy in the emergency room at Parkland Hospital in Dallas found two wounds one in the throat and one hi the head They expressed some uncer tainty whether both were caused by the same bullet But they said that if two bullets were involved either wound could have been fatV Here is the new account of the wounds as reported by a source fully acquainted with results of a postmortem ex amination conducted at the Bethesda Md Naval Hospital The first shot struck Kennedy in the back made what was described as a small neat hole and penetrated two or three inches without damaging vital organs The bullet may even have en tered Kennedys back after first glancing off some part of the presidential limousine since its penetration was not deep when compared with the damage done by the other shots fired by the assassin This first bul let was said to have been the one that was recovered from the stretcher on which Kennedy was carried into the hospital The second bullet to strike Kennedy the third bullet fired left a large hole in the back of the Presidents head destroyed considerable brain tissue and severely damaged BULLETS turn to page 2 WINS CONGRESSIONAL RACE J Pickle of Austin gets kisses from his wife leftKand daughter Peggy 17 after returns gave Pickle a De cisive victory over Republican Jim Dobbsin thfc run off election for a seat in Congress Pickle will succeed Rep Homer Thornberry also a Democrat who re signed effective Dec 20 to accept a federal judgeship President Lyndon B Johnson represented Texas tenth district when he was first elected to public of fice Pickle had the support of President Johnson and Texas Gov John Cpnnally both close friends wins seat as Texas solon AUSTIN Tex AP Demo rat JJ Jake Pickle person al friend of President Lyndon Johnsdn won election as US representative Tuesday in a campaign that many called the new Presidents first popularity est at the polls For Pickle 49 it is his first elective job in more than two decades of political life With all but a few rural votes abulated in the 10county cen tral Texas district Pickle had 27206 to 16039 for Republican Jim Dobbs Party affiliations did not appear on the ballot The o u tc o m e leaves the House balance of 257 Demo 750 soo 250 North Iowa Weather outlook Fair and continued very cold throuflh Thursday Lows Wednesday night 1218 below Highs Thursday 3 below to 3 above Weather details on page 2 Press hunt for North Iowa burglars ST ANSGAR Mitchell Bounty authorities were widen ing their search Wednesday for burglars who got nearly in currency in breakins early Wednesday at St Ansgar and last Saturday night at Mitchell The sheriffs office said was taken early Wednesday from Georges Cafe in St Ans gar owned and operated by George Sweeney About was taken from Claytons garage in Mitchell In each case only cur rency was taken and coins were left Sweeney told authorities he closed the cafe about am Wednesday and made a trip to Osage returning about 3 am Sweeney said he had forgotten to take the money with him and that when he returned to the cafe the currency in a bank bag was gone Entry to the cafe was gained by breaking a door A window was broken to get into the Mitchell garage MEMORIAL DAY BOSTON UPI Nov 22 will be known as John F Ken nedy Memorial Day in Massa chusetts crats and 178 Republicans un changed Texas at one time considered solidly Democratic now has a Republican senator and two of its 23 representa tives are Republicans The results of this election are much more than a person al victory to me Pickle said This vote is one for vote of confidence by the people of this district in the Demo cratic party and in President Johnsons administration Pickle who helped Johnson and two Texas governors in several statewide campaigns cited his friendship with the campaign Dobbs 38 is a former Church of Christ minister He quit a job as Washington commen tator for a nationwide conser vative radio program Life Line to make the race Buildings at Clarion Two buildings in the Clarion business district were destroyed by a fire of undetermined origin here Wednesday morning The buildings both of wood cbnstruction and about 75 yearsold housed the Iowa Finance Co office and the Clarion Cafe Anapartment above the finance company of fice also was destroyed The building housing the cafe was a briestory structure Charles Hansen Clarion owned both K No estimate of the cost of damage was wall on each side of the two Businesses on both sides How ie verj did suffer smoke damage No one was reported injured departments from Eagle G r oV ef Belniond Webster City and Clarion battled the blaze in belowzero tempera tures Hultman wants special session June 1 deadline DES MOINES UPI Atty Gen Evan L Hultman Wednes day asked US District Court to defer a final decision on Iowas reapportionment prob lems to allow a special session of the legislature to be called to adopt a new remapping plan Hultman conference at a said special news he was ask ing the court to set a deadline of June 1 1964 for a special session to give first passage to a remapping plan which would be acceptable to the court Shopping days till Christmas 5 fllm 51R iiBiig1 rraf 1 j andas usual gettheir toys mixedup The quads from left are Margaret Jamie Maureen and Robert Mrs Fey re firsttime theyre beginning to understand what Christmas is all about They were born 2 years and 9 months ago Id WASHINGTON president Johnson said Wednesday he is willing to meet with any world leaders obviously including Soviet Premier Nikita Khru shchev any time he believes such conferences would be fruitful and productive Johnson asked at a news conferenca to discuss his ati tude toward a possible early meeting with Khrushchev He replied with the statement of willingness to e n g a g e in promising talks a number of which he already has arranged vith leaders of West Germany Britain Italy Canada and Mex co Reporters were summoned to rohnsons office without notice or the news conference Dur ng the halfhour session the President also covered these major points adding Senate action million Tuesday to the Mann the new as sistant secretary of state for in terAmerican affairs will also serve as a special assistant to Johnson The President said Mann would coordinate all Lat inAmerican policy and de clared We expect to speak r with one voice on all that was the consid amount voted by the House for foreign aid was described by Johnson as very constructive and very helpful He pressed confidence that could be satisfied with any ex he ap Protest death of student Moscow is Red Alabama7 MOSCOW UP Several hundred Negro students Tom Ghana and other Af nations stormed into Red Square Wednesday ight under Premier Khrushchevs office win dows fought with police and tried to break into the Kremlin The students said they were protesting the fatal stabbing of a student from Shana by a Russian last Friday The Africans broke past bar ricades into Red Square where Russians march on May Day and on the anniversary of the October Revolution But the scene was more reminiscent of the wild days of the revolution in 1917 The students bore a sign showing a knife plunged into the head of an African Another sign Friend today the devil tomorrow Moscow is a second Ala bama shouted one student The students fought police al the way toRed Square from the Ghanian Embassy a mile away where they first gathered They stormed over a barri cade of Soyifettrucksat the en trance to Red Square fighting police on tdp of the trucks and underneath The big gates of Spasky Tow er the mainentrance from the Sremlin into Red Square banged shut as students rolled over police opposition and tried o get into the Kremlin They stormed past the office of Khrushchev They were sep arated from his office by tha ig red brick wall of the Krem lin Whether he was inside his office was not known Inside the Kremlin the Soviet Parliament was meeting dis cussing the new budget Police apparently at no time used their guns to control the students Instead they wheeled out loud speakers appealing for them to go home Red Square is closed one of the sound trucks blared out 3ut the students paid no atten tion Shortly after 2 pm crowds f shoppers who had swarmed nto the square were driven out along with foreign correspon affecting this hemisphere On the inside Editorials 4 Society news 789 Comks14 Sports news 2122 Clear Lake news ered product of both houses of Congress expects to fly to Texas ranch with his fami next Sunday evening or his ly early next Monday to spend the Christmas holiday The President said he might even go hunting on the ranch and that he has a desire to go into viear taxe news iiaTi the hills and commune with Latest markets 32 myself Mason City news 323 Transit timetable3j Classified pages 3839 North fowa news 40 Interstate to U S 18 by 68 Interstate Des Moines Twin Cities to be paved as far north as High way 18 by 1968 according to the new Iowa State Highway Com mission fiveyear plan By the same year rightofway would be purchased on north to the Minnesota border The plan drawn up before the commission decision to restudy the North Iowa routing of Inter state 35 leaves Cerro Gordo County as one of only eight Iowa counties scheduled to get none of the million to be spent in the next five years on inter state and primary highway con struction But that could change dras tically wire services pointed out if the Interstate 35 route should be changed to pass be tween Clear Lake and Mason City Such routing is now under study As the schedule now stands counties with the largest urban population centers will benefit most mainly because of inter state highway work This county is a major exception The schedule calls for Inter state 35 rightofway acquisition as far north as Highway 18 by 1965 and nearly to the Minne sota border the following year Paving to Highway 18 would be in 1967 or 1968 Harry Bradley Jr DCS Moines chairman of the State Highway Commission has stat ed definitely that there will be no delay in construction of Inter state 35 regardless of location of the northern segment Under the present schedule the five counties north of Des Moines which are in the path of the originallyplanned Inter state 35 route would get a total of besides that Polk and Story counties would share Along that route Hamilton County would get in construction work It also would share in joint proj ects with Wright County and with Story County INTERSTATE turn to Page 3 McNamara jet misses a collision PARIS AP plane carry ing US Defense Secretary Rob ert S McNamara and members of his staff narrowly missed a collision with a civilian airliner in a fog at Paris Orly Airport Wednesday McNamaras US Air Force pilot Capt Meredith Sutton abandoned his attempt to take off for South Viet Nam and braked his big K135 jet trans port when the passenger plane came in for a landing in front of him Assistant Defense Secretary Arthur G Sylvester who was aboard said no one was hurt The defense secretary had at lended the annual winter meet ing of the NATO Ministerial Council which ended Tuesday dents People continued to pile into adjoining streets never having ieen an angry demonstration of oreigners against Russians The students remained in the square for a time and were re inforced later by some 200 more who came apparently carrying a message of protest hey made their way up to Spasky Gate where a Kremlin official came out and said a delegation of 10 would be re solved by the Ministry of High er Education A group of the lemonstrators then headed for he ministry with their petition f complaint By 3 pm Red Square had been cleared The barri ades were withdrawn and the lemonstration was over The dead man was identified s Asare Addo who was study ng medicine at Kalinin 100 niles northwest of Moscow He was said to have been killed Friday SAME Iowa Safety 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