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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 30, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             A real dormitory Boys girls share home By BILL WHITWORTH New York Mereld Tribune Service NEW YORK College men imagine a dormitory bke this Instead of just bedrooms it has full sized apartments with liv mg rooms kitchens Danish modern furniture air condition ing and swimming pool Jazz and rock n roll sounds fill the halls Parties break out every night There are no rules against having women and liquor in the rooms There is is no curfew And heres tht punchline Of the 280 students who live there more than half are girlscute round firm little sun goddess es padding through the build ing in short shorts and stretch pants Rumor has it m fact that they outnumber the men threetoone 4This dorm this summer para due Its right in New York in the Borough of Queens There are no vacan cies The building is filled to the roof with college students who work arthe Texas Pavilion at the Worlds Fair DA vid 2ft engineering student at Arling ton State Arlington Texas most of the students are from Texas And like David most men think that they have some nice living quarters David said Everyones real friendly theres fun eyery night Looks like each guy is trying to gel his three girls T David and Jayne Lundschen 20 year old speech therapy major from Texas Chnstiai University agreed that although things were still lively the building nolonger is in danger of swinging nght off its founda tion as it perhaps was during the weeks at the Fair In those early the taste of freedom was so strong and sweet italmost was more than the average sophomore could stand been a couple of big planned parties one with theme and another with Hawaiian PUSIC Hawaiian foodand the gatherings now are sudden and jVt Someone will just 7stii andleave the doort open Aand pretty soon therellbe 20 or 30t in there dancingand listening Davit explained Its all spurofthe moment Jayne said the party rate was especially high among the stu dents on the late shift those who work from 6pm to 2 a m Some of the day people join them while others turn oh their air conditioners fornoise pro tection and sleep through it she said The Texans have taken to New York well and have made good friends in the neighbor hood especially among the merchants Their only clash with Newi Yorkers was with some young men hoodlums the Texans say who broke into the building in search of sun goddesses They put a stop to this by hiring guards The restraining influences in the building are Mr and Mrs G M Hickman Hickman who is personnel manager for the pavilion visits all the apart ments mixes at some of the parties and urges moderation He doesnt try to play chaper one though And as David gays he caint be everwhere at once Bobby soys he thinks Oswald was the assassin r Poland AP FKennedy declared Monday night that his brother the assassinated president was not the victim of a conspiracy or of communism The US attorney general told a Polish questioner in Krakow there is no question that Lee Harvey Oswald killed Presiden John F Kennedy and did i on his own and by hiniself Hieronym Kubiak 25 head 6 the Polish Student Union had asked Kennedy for his version of his brothers assassination in DaliasTex last Nov 22 Kennedy replied that Oswak was a misfit in society and Oswalds professed belief in communism did not prompt him to murder the president EMPLOYMENT DROP WASHINGTON Wt f Tota federal employment dropped 3555 in May compared with April a SenateHouse commit tee reported Tuesday North Iowa Weather outlook Partly tleody through Wed nesday Scattered thunder ending Tuesday night lews In the efs Might Weather Details en I I The makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA TUISDAY JUNE SI 1H4 UOc at Two OM HMU fun Ne Ml Manila hit by typh r 1 i Jet fighter hits house Two children are victims r f SIX t S f Jt 1 CLOSEUP STUDY Coil Ivy 8 of found the baby duck the other day under an ever green tree near his home and has given his new found fnend a lot of loving care and close atten tion Castros Bister rakes Cuban rule Pilot escapes unhurt HAVERHILL Mass fl ilent and pilotless jet fighter lashed into a sleeping neigh orhood early Tuesday brush ng half a dozen homes and a dozen cars before exploding nto a house at the end of the treet killing two children Todd Gifford 10 and his sis T Pamela 8 perished when tey were trapped in their burn ng one story ranch house i Their parents Mr and Mrs larl H Gifford escaped The crash started three ilarm fire thatdamaged sev ral other homes t The plane caromed about loo ards down Lackey Street np ung up chunks of pavement earing down utility wires bouncing into cars and brush hg other homes before the CHILDREN DIE Two young children sfeveYal automobiles parked in yards before 1TS uselage buried itself in the m fire that swept a small home m right back ploded against the home Neighbors who iifford house ground after it was hit by a plane The plane upset jurytalk with firemen Police Chief James J Shana of Groveland just across he river from Haverhill was landing with a friend Earl iweetser rand saw the fighter come down The plane disappeared from heirviewandthen they heard m explosion and saw a ball of ire Sweetser the first person to MEXICO CITY AP Fidel Castros sister Juamta has de fected charging that the Cuban prune betrayed his and sold out Cuba to lie Soviet Union The peopie of Cuba 4 are nailed to a cross of torment im posed by international commu nism Juamta Castro Ruz said Monday night m an emotion charged statement to Mexican commentator Guiller mo Vela With tears in her eyes and ef voice breaking the Al year old woman read a six page de nouncement of the Cuban re by her brothers Raul JUANITA CASTRO owcetaer me iirsi person to stwo iromwe isiana prison reach the Gifford house said he resigned Tuesday as the Congo where he has been held for 2V4 managed to get about 15 feel the fourth anniversary years inside the frontdoor but was lts independence Wd the last Miss Castro one of seven Cas tro brothers and sisters refused to say how she came to Mexico from i Cuba Her sister Emma has lived in Mexico City since her marriage three years ago to a Mexican engineer Miss Castro saidshe had sup ported revolution against dictator Fulgencio Batis ta by collecting money arms and medicine in Cuba and abroad After his victory she dedicated herself to building schools and hospitals she said but she soon realized Castro had abandoned the ideals of his revolution and we were being deceived I She Mid there are new political prisoners in Cuba and the island is an enormous pris on surrounded by water Deteriorating conditions in the last few months finally forced her to flee she said She reported the Cuban people lack food clothing and other es sentials and wonder what hap pened to the million in medi cines which Castro received in exchange for prisoners hired in the 1961 Bay of Pigs in vasion inside the frontdoor halted by flames Mrs Gifford ran by me he aid She was hysterical Then announced he had accept Gifford appeared was cryAdoulas resignation He said ing Get my children Get my a government would be children Blast on oil rig kills2 18 lost MORGAN CITY La floating oil rig exploded before dawn Tuesday off the Louisiana coast leaving at least two per Comb ocean for 12 missing in plane mishap USboats and planes were searching off Bermudas south coast Tuesday for 12 American airmen missing after the col lision of two Air Force planes during a space training mission The planes plunged into the Atlantic Monday as parachuting airmen were running a test res cue operation for the twoman Gemini space project There were 24 men in the two planes Seven were rescued Five bodies had been recovered Mondaynight sons dead and 18 others miss ing The Coast Guard said 27 sur vivors all badly burned hac been picked up and were being taken in helicopters to thi coastal fishing town At least fl men wert w board the floating drilling rig which the Coast Guard said waj operating 78 miles southeast o here The rig collapsed and sank af tev the explosion First reports from aid the drilling crew 1 low highpressure pocket of ga sion Fire covered the rig and UN troops left the country President uard lane exploded rom a Maine said the as he returned proficiency flight to Then a of he said I looked at Ihe gauges All qUiet No engine Sullivan said he was at about 1500 feet and ejected himself because I knew I was headed iway from Haverhill But he said he then saw ball of flame erupt Ihe plane ud taken a 90 degree turn after jumped out I prayed the area was uninhabited Sullivan parachuted into a tree cut himself down and walked to the Memmack River He said he inflated a life raft and was in the nver using his when he was rescued would be headed by Moise Fshombe the secessionist whose defiance of Adoulas government was ended by the UN Congo orce early Tshombe returned last week from self imposed exile in iurope and embarked on a re conciliation mission to bring to gether ther still turbulent African iountrys feuding politicians The former president of Ka tanga Province announced Mon day night that Antome Gizenga re a d o f Stanleyvilles 1961 Communist supported breaka O F SULLIVAN 2 more Yanks Viet victims SAIGON South Viet Communist guerrillas s h o N a ms northern mountains Tuesday killing an ner It was the third American hel i w avMIl IvJ surrounding water temporarily icopter crash in the pist five preventing any of the men days with a total loss of eigh aboard from escaping Americans Then the wind blew the flames The crash brought the toll b away from one side of the rig US dead in Viet Nam up t and many of the men were able of these killed in action to leap intthe water against Communists s 1 t r the Congo way government will be freed fviilli f MANILA Philippines Typhoon Winnie paralyzed ity of twVihillidn peopleTues 10persons were eported Scores7 more v The storms winds of up niles an hour tore through pop ilous central Luzon Island Jbe of shanty homes and left Manila without power light newspapers and public trans portation UnefHclal reports said lersons drownedjin lood waters in fhe Manila area lie communicationsblackout clayed word of casualties and damage mthe provinces Rams continued but windsr had subsided by Hate Tuesday Winnie moved over1 the SouthChina Sea toward tht mainland c r Jf t The Weather Bureau said tfcV eye cX the stormpassed directly over Manila The winds tore off roofing stoae and brick walls and uprooted huge trees S I soon fromthe island prison viving political leaders at the Congos ormed in a few days Gizenga claimed to be Patrice Lumumbas successor when he Cabot Lodge expanding on his overcome Senator Goldwaters Dad saves 2 children from death PLATTSBURGH NY AP Milter a city em ploye was enjoying a day off at wme when a woman knocked on his front door Your little girl is standing up on thatold refrigerator by your garage the stranger told him That could be very dan gerous you know Miller thanked her and ran to thegarage He found his 2yearold daugh ter Kelly playing on top of the airtight wooden ice box As he lifted the child to the ground he heard a muffled cry from in side the refrigerator Miller yanked up the lid and found his two other daughters Karen S and Kim 7 huddled together their faces contorted gasping for breath The girls recovered their breath and were pronounced in view that he doesnt see how US policy in the Viet Nam war could become a campaign issue says If you have a disaster in fpr eign relations then that t berespect to the first one Im not comes an issue whether the pol iticians make it one or not Hapremember when The AP BOYC pily I seeno jprospect of any Senator Taft a long lead over ily physician SAM f riM MOM Tntlfta S4 flsivn With return all vi i i set up his regime in the north cept Joseph Ngalmula who east Congo after Lumumba the Congosfirst premierwas mur deredin7Katanga AlcAk will be back in the pobti al arena inthe picture is Al bert Kalonji selfrstyled peror of South Kasai Provmce who came out of the day afterTshombe returned to the Congo Kalonji said he was willing to reconcile with1 allleaders planted him in South Kasau Tshombe saidhe alse ha been promised supportby Ail dre Lubayq former provmcia president of Lubaa wa across the Congo River from Brazzaville by exiled ex tremist pohlicians who cal ex Lodge WASHINGTON ohg lead for the nomination And why did you wait so long ocome home to enter the cam disaster Lodge who resigned after 10 months as ambassador to South Viet Nam returnedMonday to help Pennsylvania Gov William W Scranton in his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination President Jehnsen met with the retiring ambassador at the White House then went before newsmen with Lodge at his side to express public thanks for his services in Saigon In replying to questions sub mitted by The Associated Press Lodge said thingsin Viet Nam started to go better and I felt it was my duty to be here to help Scranton The questions had been asked of Lodgein Saigon but he said h preferred to defer his replies until his resignation became ef fective Monday The questions and Lodges re plies included Q Gererner Scranten ienerai Eisenhower in 1952 You cant take the delegate pledges at face value The current AP survey of GOP convention delegates iists 693 first ballot votes for Sen Barry Goldwater of Arizona 38 more than the 655 needed for nomination if they stick with LODGE Continued on Page 2 uicaui anu were pronounced in goodcondition later by the fam agrees with you that the war in South Viet Nam should notbe an issue in the campaign Now that you are supporting him how do you expect to resolve this difference A I have net H ihevld not be an issue I have said I dont see how it could be I dont see how it gets votes how you can make it good issue If you have a disaster in for eign relations then that be comes ah issue whether the pel iticians make it one or not Hap pily I see no prospect of any disaster you fo A two questions With iure hehas such a long lead I gave sup themselves the National Liber ation Cdmmittee and have been trying to overthrow the Leopold vilSe regime of Premier CytiUe Adoula Tshombe said Lubaya told mm the Brazzaville committee wa prepared to back all my ac tions without putting forward conditions 1 If Tshombe succeeds in his peacemaking role he is given a good chance tc succeed Adoula whose regime hadbeen doomed by his failure to stem the rising tide of tribal war and rebellion in the eastern and southwes Congo A national referendum un der way on a new constitution that probably will result in new central government TheUN ended its militarj role in the former Belgian coi ony today for lack money There wen no parades orcere monies to mark either the de parture of the UN troops o the independence anniversary A Canadian air force transpor took off with1 58 members of Canadian army signal unit few minutes later a charteret DCS left with 85 men of the Ni gerian armys 1st Battalion The last man aboard was th UN forces last commander Maj Gen J AguiyiIronsi o Nigeria in V area paralyzed iHwndrede eft were stalled in flooded poiee were kaocted down and news serrieea blacked out FI Radttl ttatioaa were silenced when their nuttinf towers down swere biowB Mamla iBternational Airporta control c tower was J unusable grounduigv air international aad domestic flights The typhoon passed 35 mfles southwest fofi the bigUS Clark Air Force Baie north of Manila Jut no damage was reported there A spokesman said air craft were placed in emergency shelters See picture i t ZIPPKR MAN DIES WESTFIELD NJ OB Samuel Marks Kmney 75 who helped win acceptance of fee zipper as general manager of Talon Inc in 1940s died Sunday Inside The Globe ITS 102 for birthday lady COUNCIL votes pay raise ends radio broadcasts Page 17t V v Editvriilt 4 4 Society J 74t news Farm v11 Nerth newiVijS City 1417 Trimit timetable CUwified TOPPLED BY TYPHOON This tree crashed onto a car in Manila after being toppled by Typhoon Winnie which tore through the Philippine capital The storm swept through populous central Luzon island before demolished thousands of shanty homes and left Manila without ppwer light communi cations newspapers and public trans portation T W   

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