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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 24, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             Daily Newspaper tor th The newspaper that make s all North I owans LOBE ETTE Home Edition VOL IM AicocUtcd Pteu Full MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 24 1964 HOc t Consists ol Two SecttonsSerlSon No M kills Ventura lad Involves school bus car Victim is Marlin Furness MARLIN DENNIS By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director VENTURA A Ventura boy was killed and his ner by Highway Patrolman Dalit Hoover Mason City and Han cock County Sheriff L M Brow and his deputy Greg Arnold Funeral arrangements Furness youth are incomplete 15yearold at the Bohn Funeral Home Gar SCENE OF CRASH The wrecked automobile in which Marlin Furness 15 Ventura middle of was killed sits in the north and 4 1 rriile the of 16yearpid brotherinjured seri ously when the car in which theywere riding struck a s to appear in road rift MacArthu in serious condition WASHINGTON AP Genr eral of the Army Douglas Mac Arthur was reported in serious condition Tuesday He underwent emergency sur gery Monday night at Walter Reed Hospital Tuesday afternoon Waiter Reed spokesmen passed on this report from Brig Gen Henry S Murphy hospital commandant He McArtW it of his surroundings He is talk ing Bqt he is seriouslyill The general remains in the recovery room where all fa cilities for intensive care are available the hospital spokes DOUGLAS MacARTHUR afterward that he was holding up well if the general was fighting for his life Costello replied No I would not say man said j Asked what this meant he agreed that it was where lifesupporting equipment was immediately available MacArthurs family was at the hospital in the generals suite The general has an opening in his windpipe to aid in breath ing and a tube through his esophagus to retard bleeding there Col Edward J CestelJo chief of activitieSj said as of now his postoperative recovery has been good MacArthur jwho is 84 re ceived 16 pints of blood in trans fusions in connection with in ternal bleeding which required the emergency operation doctors reported shortly that But serious his condition is 1 month delay on Interstate 35 decision The engineering survey ofVa possible relocation of Interstate 35 through North7Iowa will not be submitted to the IowaState Highway Commission for about one more month L MClau son chief engineer said Tues day Engineers are examining a suggested route that would pass between Mason City and Clear Lake near the Mason City Airport New breast cancer drug to be tested By FRANK CAREY Associated Press Science Writer PALM BEACHGARDENS Fla AP Fifteen new and potentially drugs against female breast cancer uncovered by a new radioactive screening technique are soon to undergo extensive human tri als it jWas reported Tuesday We are awaiting the results with considerable excitement said Dr Ralph I Dorfman of Mass one of a team of scientists who devel oped the new drug screening method and also submitted the new drugs to early preliminary trials North Iowa Weather outlook etoyrfy with CoM ctndi tkm Timtfay Iviri ceMer 1525 J Waattor dttatls Dr Dorfman of the Worces ter Mass Foundation for Ex perimental told about the new developments at the sixth annual seminar for science writers sponsored by the Ameri can Cancer Society V Asserting that the new drugs are all synthetic preparations chemically related to the male sex hormone first hormone used in treating female breast scien tist Two of the drugs as indicat ed by early animal arid human trials are as good or better than the best hormone now available for clinical against breast cancer Six others possess antitumor activity of the same order as the best previously available material of this class and sev en others possess considerable activity The scientist indicatedhow ever that none of the new drugs to curea cancer some might extend the survival limes beyond present limiti in cases not curable by surgery or radiation inese stabs US official BULLETIN Japans Minister Hayato Ikeda will personally express his re gret to the American people over the attack on US Am bassador Edwin O Reischauer in a f irstofitskind live cast jWodnesday the State partment announced Tuesday CAP A mentally deranged Japanese youth scaled a sixfoot wall at the US Em bassy Tuesday and plunged a knife into the thigh of US Am bassador Edwin O Reischauer as the diplomat was coming out a door Reischauer 53 underwent surgery and doctors said that barring complications SVi inch deep wound inflicted by a sixinch blade should be healed in two weeks Photofax m i x 19yearold youth identi iu iwu WCCKS as Norikazu Shiotani sits in a police station in Anr embassy attache said the Tokyo after his arrest in the stabbing of US Am ambassadonis in good shape bassador Edwin 0 Reischauer Reischauer suffered Hfi will all riohf a afah ivi 4Vin m j He will be all right a stabwound in the thigh Police said Shiotani told ambassador himself die wanted to protest because the Us and tated a statement from his bed Japanese governments did not do enough for people H J i1 il i With STCmf SVlinfani it J deploring the sad fact that there areunfortunate unbal anced persons in all the world assailant Norikazu Shio tahii9 was captured immedi ately after the attack by quick thinking John Ferchak 39 an official in the embassys com mercial section He pushed Shi otani to the floor and forced the IcriSfe from his hand Police said Shiotani was men tally deranged and had no pol iUcal motive forattacking the popular Japanesespeaking dip lorn at who was appointed by President Kennedy in 1961 Japan expressed its dismay over the incident Premier Ha yato Ikeda cabled regrets to President Johnson Shiotani is near sighted He was described as a crusader on behalf of near sightedwomen Shiotani is nearsighted Reischauer was given blood transfusions to compensate for heavy loss of blood It was feared for a timethat a miss ing tip from the knife blade might be lodged in his thigh but Xrays did not show it Ferchak from Jersey City NJ heard Rieischauer say Who is that nian and then saw that he carried a knife Grabbing Shiotani from the back Ferchak pushed him to STABBED Continued on 2 REISCHAUtR FRRCHAK Racial violence kills 1 hurts 3 JACKSONVILLE Fla said Damage was es A snipers bullet killed a Negro woman and three men were wouridedV by gunfire Monday night bringing tragedy into con tinued racial violence in and around Jacksonville A gun fired from a passing ear brought death to Johnnie Mae Chappell 36 mother of several children She was shot as she walked along US 1 northwest of the city limits Two white men and a Negro man were shot and wounded none seriously The shootings and at least 10 fire bombings came while a pa rade of young Negroes went be fore City Judge John Santora and in most cases headed for fines and sevenday terms at the city prison farm Virtually all the 140 defend smts arrested during a day of hitandrun demonstrations and defiance of police orders to dis perse were charged with unlaw ful assembly More than 80 juveniles also were taken into custody Those whose parents came for them were handed over the place wttert rhe violence first flared is an ancient two story wooden building in a Ne gro section which houses a cam paign subheadquarters of May or Hay don Burns He is one of six Democrats seeking the nom ination for governor in May A fire there Monday night was the result of rags piled at the rear of the building and ignited timatcd at Sunday night three kerosene filled bottles were smashed against the build ing but flames only scorched the structure Negroes were aroused against the mayor by a message he de livered ontelevision and radio Saturday niglit pledging to halt selective sitin demonstrations at downtown restaurants and hotels which have not inte grated H F Branchassistant police chief said groups of Negroes began congregating in down town Hemming Park in mid A m UllvJ morning and police tions to proceed forthwith but A Iria i i moved them along several times but without making any arrests warned them to leave or be ar said Some of those who left congre r b gated again at a Negro housing Dubuque said this will be development several blocks kangaroo court away but the group was brok en up with more arrests J v vrvtuo ai c UU IU Then groups of Negroes startone with tHe disadvantage to ed going through Negro schools added l don1t think gaining in size Branch said The largest number of arrests came at that stage him with contempt DES MOINES AP The Iowa Senatevoted 388 Tuesday to require James J Cobb to ap pear before it under threat of possible contempt action if he fails to do so inconnection with the asphalt versus concrete highway controversy r secretary of the1 Asphalt Paving Association of Iowa whose weeKehd letter triggered a furore in the legis lature did not show up Tuesday as requested by theSenate Mon day but sent an Attorney to rep resent him Y The vote was on a motion to require Cobb to appear before the Senate sitting as a commit teeof the whole What the Senate did Tuesday was to issue an order of ap pearance to Cobb directing that he appear at 10 amWed nesday Sherwin J Markman a Des Moines attorney who appeared for Cobb saidhe doubted that the Senate sitting as a commit tee of the whole is the proper forum for the inquiry into a let ter Cobb wrote to all legislators in which Sen D C Nolan R lowa City was sharply criti cized He said Cobb would appear voluntarily before any proper forum where he is given the right of representation by coun sel to testify under oath pre sent witnesses and other evi dence in support of his beliefs and examine and crossexamine any persons regardless of his station in life as pertains to any relevant matter In such a manner Mr Cobb can and will substantiate the matters stated in his letter Markman said Cobb would obey a legally correct order to appearbefore the Senate Mark man suggested that Cobb ap pear before the Legislative In terim Committee Sen JackSchroeder R Bet tendorf moved that the invest gation be turned over to the In terim Committee with instruc of here Tues day morning Dead is Marlin Furness son of Mr and Mrs Edwin S Fur ness rural Ventura who was a passenger Ina car driven by lis Dennis Dennis was taken to a Mason City hospital suffering from a fractured right eg possible head injuries and multiple lacerations The boys wereheaded east on a blacktop road two miles north of Highway 18 at the time of the accident They struck a chool bus driven by the Rev Clyde Sparks Ventura The bus was headed south across the in tersection the Senate by voice vole ordered this motion withdrawn an y 01 x w IT j a wii When the number grew to Most tnose who voted about 350 Branch said officers aSainst ordering Cobb to ap i ji i pear before the Senate in a com infill LU luave Or DC a rested Those who didnt leave mittec of the whole questioned were taken into custody he whethcr the proceedings would be fair be fair Sen AndrewFrommelt D Sen David 0 Shaff RClin ton said the odds are 50 to this is a proper matter for a committee of the whole Sen AV Doran R Boone said he had been asked to ques aoivtu iu mic A pohce detail forced its way tion Cobb apparently in Nolan s into the headquarters office of DehalfDotan told the Senate the National Association for the is Advancement of Colored People and took several adults and juveniles into custody and responsibili this Senate to here and COBB Continued on Page 2 The bus was loaded with about 30 including four brothers1 of the Furness boys ranging in age from 7 through 17 None of the students was injured seriously They were transferredto another Ventura Community School bus and tak en to school School officials called a doctor to check the pasr sengers The Furness brothers also were headed for Ventura High School where they were sopho mores The intersection where the accident occurred is about miles southeast of their farm home Mr Sparks who is in his first year of driving school bus for the district said he stopped at a stop sign before proceeding across the blacktop Mr Sparks is pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren Church in Ven tura Furness car struck the bus on the right side just behind the door The bus was thrown into the ditch on the southeast corner of the intersection The Furness car ended up facing northwest in the middle of the intersection The accident was investigated SAME This was the seventh traffic f a in Hancock County this were only four fa talities reported in the entire county last year The last previous fatal acci dent occurred a mile west of this accidentsite That March 13 when Mrs LeRoy Hollatz Garner was killed when a car driven by her husband collided with another auto en by Steven Vikesdal Ventura Deadline for set at April 14 DFS MOINES Gor Harold Hughes is expected sign the bill iex tending the deadline for legisla tive Candidates to file for tht primary elections The Iowa House completed action on the measure by a vote Monday The bill was madejnecessary temporary reapportion ment plan for the 1964 elections Instead of hkying to file March 28 legislative candidates could doso by AprU 14Jfor this yearonly f v S The manent changesvc6ricerning the number of signatures candi dates must have on nominating petitions and other details as sociated with reapportiohment Inside The Globe CHURCHES planHoly Week services Page 17 Editorials4 Comics 6 Society news 8910 Sports news 1314 Latest markets 16 Mason City news 151417 Clear Lake news 18 North Iowa news 20 Farm news 27 Classified pages 2223 DE GAULLE BACK PARIS Charles de Gaulle returned to Paris Tuesday from his trip to Mex ico and the French West Indies Johnson again raps poverty prejudice BULLETIN WASH I NGTON AP President Johnson said Tues day a general war would be impossible in this nuclear age and that nations must follow reasoned agreement instead of ready aggression in deal ing with global problems Departing from his pre pared text in addressing a labor convention Johnson said some people often urge him to send in troops when an international crisis flares There may have been a time that the Commander In Chief could order soldiers to march at the first sign of a crisis he said But he said The world has changed and so has the meth od of dealing with disruptions of the peace WASHINGTON AP dent Johnson urged the build ing trades unions Tuesday to help vanquish unemployment poverty and their ancient ally You are buildtrs and I ask your help in building the kind of America we can build Johnson said The President addressed the Building and Construction Trades Department of the AFL CIO It was his second address in two days to a major labor organization and he repealed some of the themes sounded when he spoke Monday to the United Auto Workers Conven tion in Atlantic City NJ Johnson said the com Hutment to full employment for every American needing a job by act of Congress still stands but it is unfulfilled He said will not be satisfied until it is Not only did Johnson give an other push to his war on pov erty but he also pounded away again for medical care for elderly through the Social Se curity system a national food stamp plan extension of the minimum wage law to millions now uncovered antf the strengthening of unemployment insurance   

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