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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Winston clings to life Reported to be weakening By COLIN FROST LONDON AP Sir Winston his life slowly was a little weaker a medical bulletin The bulletin was issued by Churchills personal physician and lifelong Lord after a visit to the 90yearold statesman Monday The text of the bulletin Sir Winston had a restful He is a little but icrwise there is nothing to This was the seventh bulletin since Churchill was struck by cerebral thrombosis All have told of the steady decline of the agcc arrived for the morning examination at The bulletin was issued 30 minutes The next bulletin will be is sued at the physician Lord Moran left the Churchill home immediately after issuing the Asked by reporters whether Churchill was taking any he said I dont think Ill answer Moran examined Churchill twice After the second examination he said After a restless Sir Winston has had a peaceful but he has lost Churchills three surviving children stayed late with Lady Churchill now near the bed dispersing only in the ear ly hours Monday His actress daughter said as she left He is sleeping Sir Winstons and Winston Spencer left gravefaced after 1 without The younger daughter wife of former Cabinet minister Christopher stayed on with her Outside the on a se cluded residential street just south of Hyde a small crowd of newsmen and photog raphers wailed through a turbu lent night Sleet and rain lashed down and high winds sent milk bottles clattering along the side Three lights burned inside the house all At dawn the number f onlookers began to Big Headlines in the morning papers reflected the nations I Martin Luther King kicked by man in AP A man wearing a National States Rights Party uniform attacked Martin Luther King Mon day when the Negro leader registered at a previously white Selma The who previously had asked and obtained permission from King to attend a Negro rally Monday waited at the edge of a small crowd while King and 11 other Negroes were and then without warning he hit King in the right temple and kicked him in the The assailant was arrested immediately by Selmas public safety Wilson and taken to The man at the time talked to King earlier on the sidewalk outside the county courthouse gave his name as Jimmy George After the other Ne groes grabbed the who was standing on a stair rushed seized the man by t he neck and hustled him King said later he suffered a slight headache but otherwise did not appear to be A short time other Negroes had integrated three downtown Selma restaurants without disorder while scores of others lined up to register as King was attacked in the lobby of the centuryold Hotel Albert of Selmas main thor Broad The hotel is next to one of the restaurants which was integrat and across the street from The hotel Robert apologized to the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize winner and said he would sign a Baker Ill sign one Outside the the man tried to lie down on the side walk and drug another officer with Baker picked the man up off the sidewalk and him to other policemen who look him to a former catcher lor the Cincinnati and more recently chief law enforcement instructor for the University of KING Continued on 2 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition 104 MASON JANUARY 1965 UUo Paper Consists ol Two Associated Press Full 294 Rockford men killed New weapons ordered In LBJ plea for defense WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson told Congress Mon day the United States i stronger militarily than at any other time in our peacetime his sending a wore special message to Congress disclosed that he expects to sub mit a budget calling for defens spending of a drop o million from this year level and billion less tha last The President unveiled thre major new weapons systems h is proposing to begin this One is a new missile system the to striking power of increase th Polaris sub The Poseidon missile wi have double the payload of th Peaceful said highly successful but he is losingihe Polaris The Daily Ex Winston worse was the line in The Medical authorities said Sun day nights medical coupled with earlier indications To keep America superio Johnson told the im mediate future will see further increases in our missile as well as concentra tion on further technological improvements and continuing Gaiety hits in capital vigorous research and develop of pulse irregularity and rest slackening of the old mans holdl on The Polaris with a range Queen Elizabeth II and theof nearly carries a royal family led the nationsnuclear warhead equivalent to about tons of prayers for the veteran leader at a village church near San the queens country At Westminster across Parliament Square from the Johnson said the increased accuracy and flexibility of the Poseidon will permit its use ef fectively range of against possible a broader targets and House of the Archjgive added insurance of pene bishop of FrederickItration of enemy told a packed congre gation Our thoughts and pray ers turn to the room where Sir Winston Churchill lies in weak Again found the and right again words he for has the NAZIS OPPOSE KING Lincoln Rockwell head of the American Nazi and a com Jimmy Robinson confront Mar Pholofnx tin Luther King in front of the courthouse in Shortly after this picture was Robinson attacked King in the lobby of a Selma WASHINGTON AP The capital starts whooping it up for yndon Johnson officially and only a dubious weatherman stands in the way of what could be one of the live liest inaugurations since An drew Three clays of partying and assorted rejoicings begin with a reception for distinguished la dies Monday afternoon followed by a Democratic This is a mammoth variety with an allstar cast of dancers and Hostess Pcrle Mcsta gave a big party Sunday night at her penthouse But it was a private affair not part of the official inaugural week The 300 guests includ cd Vice Presidentelect and Hubert Lyn da singeractress Car ol inaugural chair man Dale Miller and many members of Die in Rudd wreck Car flew 165 feet ROCKFORD Two Rockfor men were killed early Monda when their car went out of con on the blacktop road IV miles south of Richard Van son of an Killed were an Michael son c and Donald Parchc Mason Cityan dies in fire ri t occasion and rallied falter ing nations in their hour of We thank God for his leadership in times of peril and for a life richly gifted and lavishly Sister always in the way Another disclosure was a se ries of what Jonnson called re markable new payloads for strategic he include pene tration decoy devices to assure that missiles hit their targets through any defense guidance and reentry vehicle designs to increase many times he effectiveness of mis and new methods of re porting the arrival of missiles on target up to and including the time of Defective stove cited as the killer By KENT GARDNER Milos died Sunday afternoon in a fire so which completely gutted his tar paper shack in the 700 block of South Officials originally thought his name was Mike He was called Mustache Mike by riis The retired laborer was dead when pulled from the 12by12 foot frame structure by Rich Another Picture Page 13 The third shortrange system is a new attack missile SRAM if be mounted on B52s or other bomb Johnson said this missile a vast improvement over ex isting systems would permit kills her AP A 15yearold boy has admitted shooting his 8ycarold sister toa bomber to atlack a far death because she was always in the Prosecutor Charles Sloan said The Virgil and a Carl are being held for The prosecutor said he prob ably would file a petition to have the two youths made wards of the court and have them undergo psychiatric The died of three bullet wounds shortly after she was found lying in the shallow wa ter of a creek behind the Gra ham home near Richmond Sat numbcr of targets and do LBJ Continueri on Page 2 Driverless car returns to hit owner AP Police Wayne Lecroy says urday The youths also planned to ard Blunt and Jerry Tatum of the Mason City fire Ralph acting Cer ro Gordo County medical exam ruled death as due to ex posure to hot Harold Schurtz of the Fire Prevention Bureau said the ifire started near the roof of the A defective an out let from an old potbelly was listed as the A neighbor notified firemen of the blaze at By the time they arrived at the flames had totally engulfed the inside of the President Johnson returnee Sunday night from a weekend in ready to celebrate his sweeping victory over Rcpubli can Barry Not until the five inaugura balls are over sometime Wednesday night is Johnsoi likely to have another quiet mo He planned to get in some work Monday on his inaugura For all the accent on the gaie if you needed one word t describe official Washington to day that word would have t be With snow on the ground more snow in the forecast fo tomorrow and temperature huddling in the the climati possibilities are sobering if not downright The fore cast for Tuesday Fair and Inauguration after inaugura its not so much what they say but the conditions un According to Floyd Coun hcriff the ent into the ditch on the left ide of the traveled in the itch until striking a field drive ay went through the air ap roximalely 165 then slid nother 100 feet on its top be ore Sheriff Lane said the car was egistercd to VanDeventer so it s thought he was The ccident occurred at Richard Van Deventer was iorn in RICHARD VanDEVENTER He had been discharged about six months ago after serving in the Army and was employ eu at the Oliver plant in Charles Surviving are his a Supreme Court OKs division of county in remap WASHINGTON y The Su preme Court ruled valid Mon day a Georgia law requiring countywide election of state senators whose districts are composed of parts of The decision was given on an appeal by Eugene Cook of Georgia from a ruling by a threejudge Federal Dis trict Court in The Dis rict Court had said the elec ion requirement was unconsti because it discriml nated between voters of single senator and multidistrict coun Donna a both at home and Ross and a Bach all of Funeral arrangements are in complete at the WeaverWilcox Funeral Michael Parcher was born in Rockford March He was farming with his Surviving are his his Stella Parch Rockfora three Bonnie and three Nick and all at Funeral services will be Wed nesday at 3 at Zion Lu heran Church with the tephen Englestad WeaverWilcox Funeral Home is n The aware fire fighters immediately were not that Maj storovic was in the They were told that he was in the structure by Robert 728 Van who lives near the Majstorovic MAN shack is where Milos Majstorovic A defect in a pipe which led to this potbelly stove was listed as cause of the still as soon as Schulerlwas nothing to indicate he had voiced the Neither of the firemen were burned while re covering the Blunt said Majstorovic was in a semiprone position over a T told Mikes in He was completely been The body was badly but not beyond Neighbors said a friend of Majstorovics had been cornm2ppjQjiESTANTS Catho Inside The Globe kill Virgils 7yearold brother Tommy Lee Sloan but Rilcy was quoted as I chickened and the little boy was North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair through Tues A little warmer Monday lows in low Tuesday near he has seen it happen a carjrecalled I knew if no leave the scene of a had taken him out already circle driverless in a field andhe had to be in return to run over its lying Schuler said Majstorovic was unable to move around well bej clothed with an overcoat and Officers theorized the man was wearing the heavy clothing to keep There Lecroy d the car into the darkness Sunday nightcause of a hip injury he sufj after hitting a pkup Ma rie of the fell Tracks showed the car circled a quarter of a mile before re turning and hitting Ivey as she lay at an She was taken to a hospital in se rious fered some time ago He had been in a hospital and a nursing home with the injury but de cided to return to his small He used a cane to walk but seldom ventured ac cording to Blunt said he and Tatum entered the which was Final Gemini test Tuesday CAPE AP The final practice launching for twoman Gemini space flights is scheduled here Tues day when a Titan 2 rocket wil hurl an unmanned capsule over a suborbital egularly to check on him to eep him supplied with grocer Majstorovic was born in the son of Dmitar and Marjo Majs He is believed to have sister and where abouts had resided in Mason City more than 50 He was cm ployed by the Mason City Brick Tile until his retirement in Funeral arrangements are pending at t h e HoganMcKee Colonial Funeral lies in joint services Page dcr which they shiver and On the eve of John Kenne dys inauguration in 1961 an eightinch swirling in gusts of up to 32 miles an so tied up traffic you would have thought the capital was Such recent cou pled with such uncertain fore could hold down the even though Johnson throughout the campaign ex tended invitations Sunday coming back from he brought along so many friends on the presidential plane his staff members were displaced and had to ride anoth er Andrew away back in seems to have come closest to Johnson in inviting all his friends to Some crowding into the White House and creating such suffocating confusion that Jackson eventually had to flee the toofriendly Johnson hasnt gone that Security much stronger since Kennedys as Justice William Brennan ileliverect the 81 SAME Black Flag Tralfle Death In Past S4 Hours 3 captured in Iowa IOWA FALLS An elusive lowered themselves to tho prisoner who escaped from ground with county jails twice in less thanj The other escapees wera a month was captured a second identified as Felix and Donald both of Cedar Four other inmates in the cell time Monday by two alert Iowa Falls John Henry of larshalltown North Iowa news 3 will keep everyone Clear Lake news S Society news 47 Sports news 910 Bowling news 11 Latest markets 12 4in his place unless he has a tick The who will be danc ng Wednesday night will have paid each for the privilege Almost obscured by all the Mason City news 1213 Comics 14 Classified pages 1617 ITALIAN ARTlSt DIES Italy At Giuseppe noted Italian artist died y sideshows is the main The simple swearingin ceremony a noon and the inau gural Johnson worked on his specc but there is no hint as to what he will stress or how long he will out of the with the trio did not try to es County jail at Cedar Rap ds Sunday night with two other His escape came less han a week after he was trans erred there from the Marshall County jail at Marshalltown which he broke out rom The three escapees were cap tured south of Hampton by Prank Lyman and Patrolman Don They offered no resistance as they were Police Chief Paul Hodgson of Iowa Falls said the two officers spotted the trio in a car that Hodgson said they did not know at the time about the Linn County but a check with the Highway Patrol at Cedar Falls caused them to pursue the car after it left Iowa The police chief said the trio admitted breaking into two school houses one at An had pulled into service station n an Iowa about 2 Falls The escapees were dis covered missing four hours Cedar Rapids authorities said Pclham and two other prisoners sawed through the bars of a secondfloor cell then thony and the other at New leaving Ced ar He said the three men had in a a record a mans a typewriter and a pair of Hodgson said Ramirez wns driving the which reported ly was taken from a Cedar Rapids parking The police chief said Pclham told him the saw blades used in the Cedar Rapids escape had been secreted in his boots he was transferred from   

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