Mason City Globe Gazette, January 22, 1965

Mason City Globe Gazette

January 22, 1965

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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 22, 1965, Mason City, Iowa Legacy for an actor James Dean remembered By BILLWHITWORTH Ntw York Herald Service NEW YORK Its been nine years now since James Dean the brilliant young movie actor was killed in a car wreck but there are people all across the nation who wont give up Almost as though he were alive they continue to function as for more fre quent showings of his movies searching for magazine articles about him and getting together to moon and sigh over him The newspaper that North lowans neighbors Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1965 UOe m CooittU at rwo Aiioclated Preu WtTM No 29t ire near Churchill home Several hundred of them be long to a New York group called The James Dean Mem ory Club whose purpose is to keep Deans name alive through meetings letter ex changes moviegoings and charity donations in Deans name One of the surprising things about the club since Deans appeal was thought to be to teenagers who identified with the roles he played is that most of the members arent teenagers now and werent teenagers at the time of Deans death A good many of them in fact are old ladies As a middleaged member said recently You have a sort of motherly feeling toward him but when you look into that beautiful handsome face you sometimes forget how old you are The boss member of Dean fandom is the president and founcor of the Memory Club Mrs Theresc J Brandes a widow of 52 who lives at 100 West 57th St in Manhattan Mrs Brandes literally has de voted her life to Dean and the club since Deans death Most of her time is given to writing earnest longhand answers to the hundreds of letters she re ceives from club members and membership applicants a task in which she is four or five years behind Though her correspondence situation looks hopeless Mrs Brandes stays after it because mail is the most important ele ment of the club Only a few of the members live in New York and the rest are widely scattered with nothing but mail to keep them in touch The lucky few members who live in New York or close enough to commute have some thing besides mail They get to attend regular meetings at Mrs Brandes 4r o o m apart ment where they can immerse themselves in the clubs collec tion of magazine articles about Dean exchange reminiscences talk to people who actually knew Dean occasionally see a Dean lookalike or if theyre really lucky meet one of Deans relatives Once in a while a Dean relative will slop by the apartment during a trip to New York The red wagon is gope After 351 pints of blood a little boy dies JACKSON Miss AP The little red wagon was gone from the pediatrics ward at Missis sippi Baptist Hospital here Fri day Lewis Junior Owens had wanted to ride n the red wagon a Christmas gift from the hospital nurses only three days ago I wish I had let him said one of his nurses I didnt think he was up to it Lewis an 8yearold Negro boy from the Mississippi hamlet called Hot Coffee died Thurs day He suffered from the rare condition known as hemophilia which means his blood wouldnt clot The boy came lo Baptist Hos pital last Oct 10 for an emer gency appendectomy Blood transfusions were required lo keep him alive after the sur gery For awhile he seemed on the road to recovery then 13 days ago doctors had to per form an emergency operation to remove an intestinal obstruc tion All told Lewis had 351 pints of blood pumped into his thin veins But the doctors couldnt stop the internal bleeding The white doctors visited him daily But they sent no bills to his father a laborer at a veneer millnear Hot Coffee When Lewis died his hospital bill stood at The hospi tal has not said what it intends to do about the bill Donors from Mississippi and other slates some as far away as Iowa and New York gave a tolal of 291 pinls of blood for Ihc lol aflcr an Associated Press story aboul bis condition Nearly in donations were also sent to the hospital for Lewis Roscoe Owens took the red wagon home Thursday hoping Lewis two younger brothers aged 2 and 5 and both also hemophiliacs would get some enjoyment out of it Pliotofax POLICE TAKE OVER Policemen strap a safety belt on Raymond De Meglio after he was talked out of leaping from the Manhattan Brfdge into New Yorks East River A Roman Catholic priest Rev Joseph Fox talked to De Meglio from the bridge roadway arid persuaded him to let the police reach him Walker humiliated resigns British post LONDON Secre lary Palrick Gordon Walker re margin down lo Ihrce votes since the Laboriles lost oneseat It may be fun to be a New York member and attend Ihcse meetings but it isnt easy Mrs Brandes has high standards and stern rules the breaking of which will get a member evicted from a mccling and per haps banned forever The club slogan Ihought up by Mrs Brandes and greally signed Friday govcrnmenl inand the opposition gained one in formanls said and Prime Min ister Harold Wilson will appoinl hcoretically hold a seal in Par iament so he can be available o answer questions and explain Barrys flag is lowered Bliss gets OK of committee By JACK BELL CHICAGO AP Rcpubli cans hauled down Barry Gold waters baltletallered flag Fr day with Ihe election of Ohio Ray C Bliss as their new n tional chairman Relaxed and smiling Gold water was on hand to wilness the formal acceptance by the GOP National Committee of the resignation of his handpicked chairman Dean Burch Bliss 57 and a veteran party organizer since 1949 will take over from Burch April 1 This changeover was being made in Ihe interests of party harmony under the personal supervision ol Goldwater the 1964 presidential nominee his running mate William E Mill er and former Vice Prcsidenl Richard M Nixon the 1960 can didate for president But Ihc ullimate effect would be to remove from the party Ihe label of Goldwaler and his dis aslrous defeat in Novembers eleclion Photofax FIRE NEAR CHURCHILL Smoke pours from windows of apartment house where fire broke out immediately behind the London home of Sir Win ston Churchill successor later Friday The resignation came after Gordon Walkers humiliating defeat in his lalest bid to gel in the House of Com a seat mons One prominent contender for Gordon Walkerpost is Defense Ihe 630seat House of Commons Gordon Walker failed Thurs day for the second lime to win a seal in the House of Commons He losl lo Conservative Ronald Buxton by 205 votes in a dislricl lliat for 30 years had been con sidered safe for Laborites In another special election Thursday Technology Minister jolicy on the floor Some people will say it wil admired by the members is Do js tied Secretary Denis Healey but he Frank Cousins held onto Ihe Everything Clean In Memory of The Ihe Lale James Dean melcr of the line w o u 1 d be more balanced wilhoul one or up preparing a While scat that Laborite Frank Owles oullining the governheld before his elevation to the both of Ihe words Late and James but Mrs Brandes al ways gives him the full Ullcjthal the laic James Dean even Paper ments defense due to be presented to Ihe House of Com mons Feb 16 Hcalcy would be free to lake over the Foreign Office after On one wall of Mrs Brandes living room is a club bullelin Gordon broughl Walkers the Labor defeat partys The party had accused progressives who Burch of freezing content from conservatives JAMES DEAN North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy light snow and cold er Friday night Saturday Lows Friday night low to mid 20s Highs Saturday 2530 Weather Details On 2 Ditch full of beer in accident drainage dilch norlh of Mclnlire was running full of beer Thursday after a truck crashed and split open spilling out gallons of the foamy liquid from crushed kegs and broken bottles The truck owned by Cannella Wholesale Inc Mason City and driven by Duane Mummel thie 28 521 19th SE Mason City went out of control and lipped into the ditch about 3 pm IVz miles north of here Mummclthie who suffered minor cuts said he npparently dozed off at the wheel Mitchell County Deputy Sher iff Curtis Younker Osagc said the ditch was running full of beer when he arrived to in vestigate the accident shortly after it occurred House of Lords to make a place in Parliament for Cousins Bul the viclory margin was halved Conservatives were jubilant over Ihcir Iriumph at the end of the Labor governmenls firsl 100 days in office Sleel stocks shot up at the opening of Ihe London slock markcl on the prospect that Prime Minister Wilson wilh his razorthin m a j o r it y in the House of Commons will not dare now carry out his eleclora be the end of me bul I canlj say Ihat yet commented Gordon Walker He was ob viously shocked and upscl Asked if he would seek anoth er seat he replied I am al ways a game tough fighter Gordon Walker since 1945 had represented the Smetlnvick disof Burch Iricl of Birmingham in Com mons A large number of col ored immigrants have moved into the district and he lost in Ihem oul of the organization jwere satisfied wilh Bliss a po lilical lechnician who could be Charles City ministers daughter found dead under the GOP tent There were rumblings of dis CHARLES CITY A 17ycar old Charles City ministers daughter was found dead early Friday in a car parked in the easlcrn seclion of lown The body of Alice Chapman 17 daughler of the Rev and compromise with the rjCsije Chapman was jdiscovercd by police al am some They Southern professed lo believe they had been sold oul by Goldwalers decision lo With her was Leander A Schwickeralh 17 son of Mr and Mrs Norbert Schwickerath of near Charles City Police said the youlh was conscious bul incoherent He east edge of Charles City near he city dump Floyd County Medical Exam was Bul any revolt from this source seemed likely lo be shorllivcd October aflcr a campaign durj The partys executive com promise of nationalizing Ihe steel industry The Conservalives hoped that Wilson would be forced to call a national eleclion within a mat ler of monlhs possibly as early as Ihis spring Under Brilains conslilulional syslem a Cabinel member must ng which much was made of a speech he made three years ago opposing the Conservative gov ernments curbs on colored ommonvvealth immigrants To give him a seat in Com mons Wilson moved Ihe repre senlalive of the Lcyton dislricl in Londons Easl End into the House of Lords But again the racial issue was raised Gordon Walker denied that race was a factor in the outcome Buxton 42 got 16544 votes to Gordon Walkers 16339 Labor had won the seat in October 23 64016714 In the other election al Nu nealon in Ihe Midlands Cousins millcc mosl of whose members were appoinled by Burch ap proved the changeover in a closed meeting Thursday Goldwater appearing at closed committee sessions and mixing wilhin the crowd al Cor plows right through house ANSONIA Conn AP Marie Hampey was in her kitch en Thursday night putting up her hair when suddenly there receplion said Republican pros peels are good in 1966 because was a Iremendous crash a car zoomed past her and The car conlinued out to the back porch through Ihc back President Johnson has proposedyard and down a 12foot em in the Great Society a com prchensivc program without knowing where the money will come from The longlcrm Irend will fa vor us he said Nixon lending his preslige lo the changeover in party com mand predicted the Rcpubli won by 18325 votes lo 13084 for cans will slage a comeback nexl Conservative DS Marlandjycar bankment The car had cnlcred he house near the fronl door and Iraveled through the living room and a bedroom befor reaching the kitchen pushinj beds chairs and tables befor it The driver of the car Zen Fasciano 41 said thai she wa coming down a sleep grad when her car brakes failed ty laken lo hospilal a Charles where he City was iner Dr E J Goen said we a his lime assume it is an acci dental carbon monoxide poison ing Smoke billows nearby Under control in less than hour LONDON broke out in an apartment building immediately behind Sir Winston Churchills home Friday and smoke billowed around the ground floor where Sir Winston lay near death The blaze was reported under ontrol less than an hour before r Winstons doctor usually akes his morning trip to the atesmans bedside The fire in vacant partment overlooking Church Is London home at No 28 3yde Park Gate Four fire engines roared to a alt near the entrance to Hyde Park Gate One started down the almost eserted street in which Churchill lives Its not down there yelled a reporter its behind Sir Win stons house With the police holding up traffic in busy Kensington Road the fire engine backed then shot forward and turned down another tiny deadend street paralleling Hyde Park Gate Police said the place Where the fire Svas is also known as Hyde Park Gate Sir Winstons London house it in one of these The deadend street where the fire was re ported is another The fire was brought under control at am am Central Standard a fire man reported I was clearing a landing when I smelled smoke he said I unlocked the door of Lady Landons flat and there was a slight explosion The place was well alight all right and I should think a number of antiques are dam aged The flat is seriously dam aged I fear Just after the was dis covered somebody I dont now who it was telephoned to ask if the smoke could be prevented from drifting towards Sir Winstons bedroom In addition to Churchills garden there was also a tennis court between the fire and Sir Winstons house Great clouds of smoke swirled over the court sled in satisfactory condition An autopsy was to be per ormcd on the girls body The car in which the body of tie young Chapman girl was ouml with Schwickerath was marked on a gravel road at the Inside The Globe He said no investigation would be conducted by his office un less the autopsy indicated a need for one Dr Goen said there were no marks on the body or any other thing to indicate the death was anything other than accidenlal He said the unidentified boy is in fair condition in a Charles City hospital after suffering from inhalation of carbon mon oxide Police launched a search for Ihe couple after the Rev Chap North Iowa news became concerned when Editorials 4 his daughter failed to return Clear Lake by midnignt Thursday Mason City news 67fAi Latest markets 7 Society news 8 Sports news 910 Alice was a senior at Charles City High School She moved here from DCS Moines with her parents in 1963 Her father is Boy found chained out in the cold CHICAGO AP A boy wearing only pajamas and socks and with his ankles man acled with an eightinch chain was found by police late Thurs day night shivering under a rear porch of a South Side home Police found the boy Bruce A Liss 12 after neighbors had complained of noises from un der the porch Sgt James Schaffer said the boy told him his stepfather Er Television news 11 12 lne First Congrega Comics Transit timetable 14 Classified pages 1415 In Viet Nam Peter Ruth re Conn Clubs gas quell monks nuns RECALL US PLANES TOKYO UP Two squadrons of US Air Force F102 fighter interceptors about 40 planes be withdrawn from Japan and returned lo the United States by1 July 1 Lt Gen Mau rice A Preston 5lh Air Force announced Friday SAIGON Soulh Viel Nam Vietnamese para troopers smashed their way with billy clubs and tear gas through nearly 500 Buddhist monks and nuns demonstrating against Premier Tran Van Huong in front of the US Em bassy Friday A few minutes later a mob smashed the doors and windows of the US Information Service library four blocks from the em fcassy t Crowds mostly knocked over police boxes in main city strccls By midafternoon scallercd groups of demonslralors were moving all over Saigon A Buddhisl source telephoned The Associated Press office that a monk would burn himself on a main city boulevard near the central market later in the day This is the immolation lech nique that did much lo rally opinion against the late Presi dent Ngo Dinh Diem The Buddhist monks and nuni can Embassy at am after racing 10 blocks through Saigon carrying antigovcrnmenl ban ners They converged on Ihe em bassy from Ihree direclions and prescnlcd a petilion lo US Am bassador Maxwell D Taylor Paratroopers who were guarding the embassy put on gas masks an hour after the demonstration began Thirty minutes later after dispersing a crowd of Buddhist laymen who had gathered down the ilrcct j lie uuuuujat utvjiina nuu o gathered in front of the Anjcri they forcibly broke up onslration by Ihe monks and nuns They Ihrew several dozen tear gas grenades into the ranks of the yellowrobed Buddhists and then moved in among them smashing them on the heads with their clubs Some Americans from Ihe embassy ran into the street and dragged bleeding monks and nuns down a side street where they gave them first aid treat ment The Buddhists broke ranks under the atlack and dispersed in all 13lional Church The girl was born May 11 1947 in Waukcgan 111 Survivors in addition to her parents include a sister Mrs nest Gore chains on 41 him had last put the Sunday Connal of Chesh Funeral services will be 2 pm Monday at the First Cong regational Church Burial will be in High Plains Cemetery Oakdale Mass Visition will be at the Hauser Funeral Home here from 4 pm Saturday until Monday noon Proposal would lower voting age DES MOINES A proposed constitutional amendment to ower the voting age in Iowa from 21 to 18 years was intro duced Friday in the House It would require the approval of two successive sessions of the legislature and then be sub mitted a vote of the people Schaffer said the stepfather ad mitted he had chained the boy saying he had run away from home several times Schaffer said young Liss told him he had left home about 5 pm Thursday Schaffer said there were ruises on the boys body and hat he had told him his step father sometimes kicked him Police fed the boy before tak ing him to Cook County Hospital for treatment of exposure Tem peratures were in the 30s with light rain during the night ;

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