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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 6, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspapei tar MM Thf newspaper hot mokes oil North lowans ne ighbors LOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL JM tad baited Prew Full UCBM MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 4 HOC Fives ConsUU of Two On 23 Pomeroy fire takes the lives of four children n age from lltolS FROM WIRE SEKVICES POMEROY Four children died Friday when swept their twostory home near here trapping them in their upstairs bedrooms Their grandparents suffered cuts and burns in frantic effort to rescue tiie childrenthree girls and a boy ranging from 11 to 16 years of age Their moth er who lived in a nearby house also suffered cuts trying to reach the children Authorities said the grandfa ther Arthur Carlson 66 tried to put a ladder up to the window in an effort to reach the young sters but was driven back by the intense heat He and his wife slept on the first floor The dead children of Gilbert S c h oo n Pomeroy and Mrs Loise Dornath are Carole 16 Merle 14 Charlene 13 and Bev erly 11 The parents were divorced and the mother has remarried A passing motorist spotted the fire but firemen said flames covered the house by the time they arrived were Iodgefor burns and uul were reported in fairly good con dition Mrs Dornath wasjtreated at the hospital then released Doctors r said Carlson suffered cuts andfirstdegree burns on the face and first and second degree burns on his forearms Mrs Carlson suffered first and seconddegree burns on her arms lacerations and smoke in halation Twin sisters of the dead chil dren Cynthia and Sylvia about 12 were living elsewhere Firemen said they didnt know the cause of the blaze itt form mishap kills Hulling 59 BRITT A 59yearold farm er was killed in a freakish acci dent on his farm two mites south of here as he was repair ing a hydraulic lift on a tractor Deputy Medical Examiner Dr John Camp Britt said Wayne Hulling died of strangulation when the hydraulic lift dropped down and caught his neck be tween rtwp bars Funeral services wilTbe Mon day at 2 pJm at the Stilsoa United Brethren ChurchMThe Rev Forrest will officiate Burial will xbe in Evergreen Cemetery nwith Grupe Fuaeral Home in ty jThe son of Byron i and Susie Rachel Hulling f he was born Jan 18 1905 hr Pontiac 111 The family came to Hancock Coun ty in 1914 He was married to Helen Treganza in March 1952 He had served 22 years as su perintendent of the Sunday school at the Stilson Church and was a vice grand of IOOF Lodge Surviving are his wife three brothers Fern and Claude Britt Floyd Fort Dodge two sisters Mrs Virgil Everett Britt Mrs Leo Wilson Paton Iowa North Iowa Weather outlook cloudiness and colder niffct in tMm A few siww fturrits Mrty Friday night Fair Mid ce4der Saturday f details en pagja HAPPY COUPLEElizabetHTay1r a Burton smile as theydiscussthe news of her divorce from Eddie Fisher which clears the way for her to marry Burton Way cleared for Liz Dick to wed PUERTO VALLARTA Mex ico An uncontested Mex ican divorceappeared Friday to have cleared the way tor Eliza beth Taylor to marry Richard her in Home in March 1962 aft er her affair with Burton had become generally known Their eparation was announced April 2 1962 ed thebrunette film actress her freedom from singer Eddie Fisher Thursday because Fish er had not contested the di vorce suit shefiled in Puerto Vallarta Jan 14 The judge said his decree permitted both Miss Taylor and Fisher to remarry Miss Taylor was in Toronto with the Welsh actor who is appearing there in Hamlet He and Miss Taylor eluded newsmen after the divorce was announced There was no comment from Fisher last reported in Puerto Rico Presumably he and Miss Taylor have not reached a set tlement of his claims on her earnings from Cleopatra which are expected to be at least million In granting Miss Taylors di vorce the judge said he could not make a financial ruling be cause no community property existed in Mexico Burtons wife Sybil got a di vorce in Puerto Vallarta in De cember Miss Taylor won her freedom under a Mexican law permit ting divorce on the basis of a separation qf a year or She charged Fisher abandoned Estrada iaid Fishers failure to contest thefsuit meant he presumably to the abandonment charge He had been served with notice of the suit in Las Vegas Nev and liven 21 days to replyt The time limit sever al weeks ago but the judge took no action until an attorney for Val enzuela of Mexico City peti tioned for the ruling Thursday The judge awarded Miss Tay lor custody of Liza Todd her daughterly Mike Todd whom Fisher had adopted No men tion was made in her suit or in the decreeof her two sons by actor Michael Wilding whom Fisher did not adopt or of the 3yearold German girl shev and Fisher adopted in Rome two years ago The financial dispute between Miss Taylor and Fisher stems from MCL Films a Swiss com pany they formed to handle her earnings from Fisher was Miss Taylors fourth Previously she was married to hotelinan Con rad Hiltons son Nicky Wilding and producer Mike Todd who was killedin a plane crash Her first two marriages also ended in divorce ct primary may GOP field WASHINGTON WTuesdays New Hampshire primary is the first in a series of similar elec tions over the next 12 weeks which could produce the 1964 Republican presidential nominee could kill off most of the field After all the hard cakpa ing 5 victory wont necessarily insure the nomination The late Sen Estes Kefauver of Tennes see found that out in 1952 when he won everything in cept the Democratic nomina tion the game must be played Since the object of an election is to win votes the man who can demonstrate power at the polls has at least one prime requirement of a Harry S Truman called pres idential primaries eyewash1 Adlai E Stevenson called them a useless institution But it a string of primary vic tories in I960 which helped propel the late John F ay to the Democratic nomina tion Besides popularity primary victories can give candidates votes at the convention Some are pledged others are of doubtful loyalty Since the ground rules differ in each state all depends on where theyotes come from Basically most of the II pri maries scheduled 4 this spring have vA presi dentUl giving voters a chance to check or sometimes write in their choice for partys nomi nation and the election of dele gates to the national convention The delegates may or hity nol be bound by the results of the preference poll A reluctant pos sible nominee could get writein votes but no delegates Three of the announced can Barry Goldwiter of Arizona Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York former Minnesota Gpv Harold E Stassen are already looking beyond New Hampshire to big one the June 2 Cali fornia primary There is no preferencepoM slates of delegates pledged to each candidate run at large and the winner gets all of the 86 votes MArthur does not have cancer WASHINGTON UPI Gen Douglas MacArthur underwent major surgery at Walter Reed Arrfly Hospital Friday and surgeons found no evidence ot cancer MacArthurs gall bladder was removed in the operation con ducted by a team of three top flight military surgeons A hospital bulletin issued near ly four hours after the operation began said that MacArthur withstood the operation well The condition of the 84year old soldier was described 4s satisfactory U Army Surgeon General Leon ard Heaton who headed the surgical team said the opera tion showed that MacArthur was suffering from gallstones rather than a malignancy The ope ration was under tak en to find out what was caus ing an intestinal blockage which resulted in jaundice Heaton warned in advance that it was dangerous because of Mac Arthurs advanced age The op iration began at 7 am CST Heaton said all of the gall stones were successfully re moved and a tube was inserted for postoperative drainage Future in r farming looks good1 By KENT GARDNER Agriculture as an industry has an expanding future Family farms are here to stay and will in fact get stronger This bright outlook was offer ed by Carroll P Streeter Phil adelphia Pa editor of the Farm Journal He spoke to some a banquet which concluded the fourth annual North Iowa Agricultural In stitute Thursday Not everybody can have a jood future in farming For those who loave it we need to provide a future in something else rather than let these peo jle drift into an economic wil derness Over a period of time believe we can do it in a large measure lf we well for those who stay in farm I believe that can be a rather surprising say theres a future a good future if only well rise up and fight for it h Streeter doesnt believe farm ers will become as few in num bers as many people have as sumed The decline will doubt less continue but it is slowing a limit somewhere to how far it can With some exceptions most farms wont get bigger than what one family can handle and thatin turn will be limited by several things Hired help is just too hard to get too high FARM Continued on Page 2 License plate deadline is set for April 1 Auto owners were warned Friday that April 1 is the deadline for display of plates Members of the Highway Patrol received instrwctiem from state head in Dn Motnes that they are h a rests April 1 anyone who dots not hare a 1H4 plate on his car His son goes to throne Monarch died at am ATHENS Paul I f Greece who led his countrys heroic fight against the Nazis in World War II and against the Communists in postwar years died Friday in Tatoi Palace was 62 He was succeeded almost im mediately as monarch by his son Prince Constantine who had been acting regent Paul underwent an operation for a serious stomach ulcer Feb 21 Constantine was sworn in king by Archbishop Chryoslo mos of Athens at the royal pal ace At 23 Constantine is the A NEW LEASH a professional dogwalker and dogsitter takes dogs New Yorks Central Park earned more than Buck dogtrainer for walk in Buck 32 ayear as a Photofax salesman but got bored with it He has a new leash on life and sometimes earns 500 a week in his private enterprise See story ra takes new look at war SAIGON South Viet Nam Secretary of Defense Robert S YIcNamara on his way to Saigonfor a fresh look at the war in Viet Nam hoping to de termine what can be done to re verse the tide of Communist Accompanied by Gen M a x well D Taylor chairman ot the Joint Chiefs of Staff McNamara Before leaving told newsmen the ROBERT McNAMARA goodbye left Washington byj e t early Friday on his fourth factfinding mission to Viet Nam He was to stop enroute in Hawaii McNamara situation in VietNam was grave and that new and heavier weapons ob viously of Chinese manufac had been captured from the guerrillas He mentioned heavy rduty machine guns more sophisticated mines and 75mm recoilless artillery There has been evidence that in the last six months North Vietnamese support of theCom munist Viet Cong has in creased McNamara said One of the topics McNamara may raise in talks with Premier M a j Gen Nguyen Khanh is whether to carry the war to North Viet Nam soil The pro posal has advocates in Saigon and Washington McNamara declined to dis cuss such a tactic except to re fer to statements by President Johnson and Secretary of State Dean Rusk discounting the pos sibility of an assault the north Khanh said Thursday in a statement the best defense is offense but added The esca lationof the war to include North Viet Nam is a matter of the greatest importance and therefore not one to which I can give a yes or no answer at this time Inside The Globe PANELISTS present 3 views of agriculture Page 6 HANCOCK County Grand Jury makes inspection Page 18 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 5 Mason City news 67 Latest markets 7 Society news Sports news 1M2 Television news 1314 Comics 15 Transit timetable U Classified pages 1617 North news 18 shoes every two weeks Dogs net him per week NEW YORK UP Jim Buck who earned more than a year as a salesman but gol bored with it has a new leash on life He is a professional dog dogtrainer and dogsit i How does he control when they spy a squirrel pi1920s geons or strange dogs forces u sn n Buck who has trained boll prizes for sailing dogs and horses from time to time as an avocation went to the dogs professionally in 1960 Read about the new king on Page 3 youngest royal ruler m Europe An official communique from the palace announced the death without giving its cause The grand marshal of the court announces to the Greek people that his majesty King Paul died at pm a m CST today Reports the had suffered from j never were dffi or denied A preliminary medical report at the time of his operation said however that no malignancy was found among tissues taken from his body King Paul had seemed to ral ly immediately after the dpera tion but soon developed blood clots in the leg and in thelung and started downhill Kidney malfunctioning added uremie poisoning complications and the end appeared inevitable in the past few days Buck 32 married with two He was in and out of comas children and twopet dogswith his last hours reported sometimes earns S500 a week in eaed by painkilling narcotics his private enterprise nIlt Each day but not all at once Dec Sdi he takes 30 to 40 dogs for walks Tonffiin covering about 25 miles through Constantine and never ex But his oldest brother who It takes patience agility firmbecame King George II died ness and nosmall amount of without heirs and his second muscle to carry out his caninebrother Alexander died shortly strolling assignments Buck marriage lys Paul following three periods A sixiooter he weighs only of exileduring which he vis 145 poundsSometimes he has ited the US three times and a collective 500 pounds of dogs labored as an ordinary wok to control during the morning man in an English factory outings The dog poundage is finally became king on April 2 easy to figure when you include 1847 a Great Dane and couple of Labrador retrievers Hs was trained at the Greek naval academy served at sea them in the GreekTurkish war of the rallied against his the countrys Nazis in Well Bucksaid Thursday he World War II and frequently ex always had a knack with aniposed himself to danger in the mals and Before they bark I fight against Communist rebels can hear a guttural growl buildin postwar years ing up in my dogs and I can sportsman Paul up excelled at mountaineering and skiing and won a number o Says Ruby thought of killing Oswald Nov 22 DALLAS UR A Dallas police officer testified Friday Jack Ruby told him he thought of killing Lee Harvey Oswald on Friday night Nov 22 when President Kennedy was assas sinated in Dallas Sgt P T Dean quoted Ruby as saying that Friday night was the first time he thought of killing him and he wanted the world to know that Jews have guts Earlier Ruby saw a motion picture of the scene in which he ishot Oswald last Nov 24 1 The film originally was sent live over television There were numerous reruns but for Ruby this was the first time he had seen the picture His figure wasbarely recog nizable in the man in a black suit who suddenly moved toward Oswald the ac cused assassin of President Kennedy and shot him at close range The jury was not present dur ing the first showing of the pic ture The eight men and four women on the panel were to be brought in later has been in jail since the Nov 24 shooting if CONSTANTINE PAUL SAME MCM hi 14 I   

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