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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 16, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Red first ladies The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY FEBRUARY U W5 UOc Consist of Two Associated Press Jull Lease No 7 Space bird orbits Report of Mississippi race terror Photofax BOOTS AND Alexei Kosygin and Mrs Leonid Brezhnev left to right appear at Moscow airport to greet Premier Kosygin on his return from an 11day tour of Communist countries in eastern Asia They had to wait while Kosygin went into a private huddle with Brezhnev Soviet Communist party leader The two women wore fur coats Mrs Kosygins feet were encased in boots while Mrs Brezhnev loafers FBI arrests 4 in plot to blow up monuments NEW YORK AP Three men and a woman described by police as proCastro and pro Chinese Communists were ar rested Tuesday on charges of to blow up the Wash ington Monument Statue of Lib erty and Liberty Bell The arrests by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and police came with discovery of 22 sticks of dynamite in a residen tial section of the Bronx Police Commissioner Michael 1 Murphy said those arrested were three Negro men and a white woman from Canada Murphy said the three men were affiliated with the Black Liberation Front Murphy said the reported plot Collier calls the black liberation front Collier is married and lives in Manhattan with his wife and one child He studied electrical engi neering in 196263 at the Lowell Institute School Cambridge Mass He was employed at the New York Public Library last December While in the Air Hangs over the heads of Negroes Forced into inferior life JACKSON Miss UP The state advisory commit tee to the US Civil Rights Commission said Tuesday that police brutality eco nomic pressures and night riders have forced Missis sippi Negroes to accept an inferior station or live in terror The biracial committees charges were presented in a report to the commission which began public hearings Tuesday on the racial situation in Miss issippi The report presented by Dr A B Britton Jr a Jackson Ne gro physician and committee chairman noted what it termed progress in recent months This included free registration of Negroes as voters in some counties desegregation of many public accommodations testi mony from officials of Green ville and Gulfport before the Force in 1956 Hoover said Col lier was convicted on a charge of slashing a man during a fight in London and received a than honorable discharge less committee and statements from various business and civic groups urging compliance with the Civil Rights Act Most of the 19page report reviewed complaints and testi mony received by the 10mem ber committee over the past year The group which includes three many were reluctant to testify for fear of reprisal Photolax BATTLE OVER FARE at Lima Peru wades into stu dent demonstrators who were protesting an increase in taxi and bus fares last week The students blocked streets near the University of Cayetano Heredia in downtown Lima for nearly an hour before the Civil Guard was called in to restore order One student got a 22caiber bullet in his heel Chinese prepare 2nd test WASHINGTON AP A ate Department spokesman aid Tuesday the United States has reason to believe tha ommunist China is preparin or another nuclear test Press Officer Robert 3 Me loskey said it was assumec tat the second explosion woulc make use of information whic he Reds gained in their first est Oct 16 1964 McCloskey said that insofar s military significance is con erned the prospective second xplosion would appear as of now to have no more signifi cantfe than the first one Johnson slips back to routine WASHINGTON AP Th White House is back to a worka day rountine though President Johnson and his staff remain in close touch with developments in Viet Nam Photofax SATURN IS rocket leaves the launch pad in a flawless performance to hurl a Pegasus satellite into orbit Framework at right is a radar tracking antenna Bowe native of Philadel phia is also married and the was frustrated work by police by detective especially pa trolman Raymond Wood who infiltrated the Black Liberation Kront three months ago The commissioner said one of those accused Robert S Colli er a Liberation Front leader told Wood of meeting Castros righthand man Ernesto Gue vara recently at the United Na tions Guevara was at the United Nations last December at the time a bazooka shell firedfrom across the East River by anti Castroites fell short of the UN headquarters In one instance the report said the home of a former Mc FBI Director J Edgar vcr said agents cooperating with New York City police seized a quantity of dynamite and blasting caps buried in a lot in the Bronx He said the cache was a portion of the ex plosives being accumulated by the conspirators as part of their plot Those arrested were Robert S Collier 28 Walter A Bowe 32 Khaleel S Sayyed 22 and Michelle Duclos 28 Hoover said the four were charged with conspiring to des troy government property specifically the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor the Wash ington Monument near the White House in Washington and the Liberty Bell in Philadelphias Independence Hall Conviction could carry a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a 000 fine Hoover provided this informa tion about those arrested In 1964 Collier a Boston na live violated State Department regulations by traveling to Cuba with a group under the aus pices of a student committee Hoover said Collier is the self styled leader of an organization father of one child Currently employed as a judo instructor at the Henry Street Settlement House in New York City he was a student at Howard University in Washington last year Hoover said Bowe has been a supporter of Fidel Castro and the Fair Play for Cuba Committee Sayyed who was born in Brooklyn and lives there is single and attended Howard Uni versitys school of engineering in Washington last year Hoover said Miss Duclos who entered this country from Can ada Monday has been employed by one of Quebec Provinces separatist parties She lives at 307 Maplewood Ave Montreal The FBI said 22 sticks of dy namite were found in a box bur ied in the lot in the Bronx Comb policeman was bombed hours after he testified The report said committee members themselves had been TERROR Continued on Page 2 Charles City is still without ambulance use Plan fails Get off our Johnson JACKSON Miss AP Mississippi Gov Paul Johnson told the US Civil Rights Commission Tuesday the states critics should get off our backs and get on our side andgive this state good will and encouragement under standing and assistance in at tempting to solve its racial troubles By FRANK CAREY Associated Press Science Writer Tiny heavyweight New star is located CHARLES Floydj County city of 10000 still was without ambulance service Tues day after an attempt to solve the problem by the Charles City Chamber of Commerce fell through Monday night Tuesday marked the third day the city has been without ambulance service The Banks and Wray Ambulance Service here went out of business Sat urday because of financial dif ficulties Latest attempt to solve the problem was made Monday night by Richard Cashman Chamber of Commerce presi dent at a regular city council meeting At the meeting Cashman pro posed that Banks and Wray be given a 30day trial period dur ing which the city and the Floyc County Memorial Hospital would subsidize the cost of the opera tion of the service Cashman estimated this cost at abou As Cashman made his pro posal to the council a call came in from the hospital board an nouncing that the board would not enter into such an arrange ment That stopped any further discussion Tuesday a hospital official aid the board decided against ecoming involved in the am bulance problem because we Albaugh said he and the coun cil plan to call in Leon Snell operator of an ambulance service in Mason City for con sultation There has been some discus sion about having Snell pro v i d e ambulance service for Charles City until the problem is solved Snell says it would cost a day to have him pro vide such a service Since the ambulance service stopped Saturday the Charle City police have had to make two emergency calls that ordi narily would have been ban died by ambulance Meanwhile are waiting somewhere Banks and for help Wra from Were ready to go when thej come up with something Wes Johnson has seemed relaxed and untroubled in his recent appearances though he still is bothered a bit by remnants of a heavy cold that put him in a hospital last month His pace seems to have slowed somewhat and he Missile goes astray Hits wrong target PORTLAND Ore AP A crate delivered accidentally to Portland State several minor College traffic caused tieups Modern flying horse Probes debris in the heavens By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE KENNEDY Fla Saturn 1 super rock performing flawlessly uirled a space bird satel ite into orbit Tuesday to easure meteoroids The space travelers as gnment was to measure nd count the impacts with pace debris and report ack to earth with elec ronic squawks Soon after the launching word ame from tracking stations hat the satellite had unfolded s broad wings as planned set ing up a target to take and ecord the blows Personnel at the station on Antigua Island watched on a closed circuit space television network as that took place high above the Atlantic some 2000 miles southeast of Cape Kenne dy Space agency officials said a camera mounted on the rock ets second stage provided deal pictures of the deployment With its broad wings wider than those of a fourengine air liner Pegasus is the third largest satellite ever launched The space agency said it would be visible at night in areas over which it passed Only the Echo 1 and 2 communications balloons are larger with diameters of Monday in efforts to get it to the right campus A crated Convair F102 fighter interceptor and an ey Banks said Tuesday but cant go it alone Banks and Wally Wray wenl nto the business the first of he year when the Charles City uneral homes announced they were going out of the ambu ance business We hive to have help Banks said He pointed is doing less outoftown traveling He tries to take a nap every aft ernoon and for exercise usual ly finds time for a halfhour walk around the back yard As Johnson has said on two occasions he still doesnt feel quite as bouncy as he felt before his illness Out of doors the President he Portland night out thatduring the five weeks he service was in operation it made 41 calls Out of charges of for those calls Banks able to collect adds he was only This is what Banks observed In order to service successfully Banks added he would have to make two calls a day and there just arent that many calls here kills you operate the normally wears a felt hat something he only occasionally did before the cold bug bit If there is a chill in the air he wears a topcoat Johnsons announced in ad vance schedule Tuesday is rou tine Democratic leaders of th House have been called to dis cuss legislative questions progress report is being sough from members of the Pres dents Council on Aging 100 and 135 feet respectively It was the eighth success in row for the big Booster on which jet air oair Falcon missile carried by wo trucktrailers arrived at ortland State Monday after oon The delivery was sup osed to be at the University of ortland on the other side of the ity After rucks ampus too late in the day to et up the display So it went to the traffic tieups the arrived at the Portland Pictures on Page 2 Air Base for the SAME North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy Tuesday night not so cold north tews lero to 10 abovt Wednesday partly cloudy and warmer with increasing southerly winds highs 2531 WASHINGTON AP Dis covery of what may be the first real baby star one apparently much smaller than the moon was described Tuesday by the National Science Foundation Although seemingly a real pipsqueak as stars go having roughly onethousandth the di ameter of the sun new found dwarf shapes up as a heavenly heavyweight champ o sorts It packs 300 tons material per cubic inch of vol ume more than 100 million times the density of water The NSF told about it in it annual report to the Whit House and Congress It credite the find to Dr Willem J Luy ten a University of Minnesot astronomer doing research aid ed by an NSF grant Theres no question about th discovery of the star the repor said The only possible questio whether the distance to it has een figured accurately befcause hat would have a bearing on omputing its actual size As things stand estimates are hat the star in the constella on Cetus is some 288 trillion miles from the earth and the ght seen from it on any given ight started coming to the arth about 48 years previously Jght from a star travels at 186 XX miles a second However it is relative chummy with the earth as star distances go It also is by far he smallest among about 12000 relatively small and nearby stars that Dr Luyten has un coveredin special studies using the 48inch Schmidt telescope on Mt Palomar Calif the NSF said The baby star with a pre sumed diameter of only 1000 miles also would be much are in the hospital business not the ambulance business The official also said that If the hospital operated the ambu ance service and the service ost money the hospital would have to make up the loss by higher charges to patients The board does not believe it right to force the patients DOGGONE GOOD on ice sled gets merry ride on a Chicago park lagoons with German shepherd providing impetus The ice Photofax sled looks like a garbage can Jid with handles where no garbage can lid would have them the United States counts for ma jor manned space ventures The huge rocket blasted off at am with the satellite fold ed in its nose Eleven minutes later the Na tional Aeronautics and Space Administration reported that the rocket had done everything expected of it and had drilled into orbit An announcement said a shroud covering the pay oad had been jettisoned The radio report on the count direction and force of the im pacts is to help determine the hreat these fastmoving bits of space debris pose to lengthy manned space missions About 15 seconds after launch ing the 19 story tall booster gradually turned into a south east heading spewing a tail of fire more than 300 feet long across a clear sky Three minutes after launching the flight control center reported thatthe second stage had sepa rated and ignited as planned Folded in the nose of the rock et was its unique payload offi cially named Pegasus after the flying horse of Greek mytholo gy The satellite was a secondary goal of the launching Its main jurpose was to further evaluate he Saturn 1 forerunner of the Saturn 5 rocket which is to take American astronauts to the moon All tests of the Saturn were successful The rocket Tuesday was the first to carry an operating payload smaller than any of the The earth for example has a diameter of 8000 miles is to subsidize the ambulance serv ice the official added The board sympathizes with the problem the official con eluded but it feels it is basic ally a city problem Mayor Lee Albaugh points out that there lems involved operating or financing such a service It would be illegal he points out for the city to pro vide funds for any service which would operate outside the cor porate limits of Charles City We could enter into a con tract to help finance a service Albaugh said Tuesday but Im it wouldnt be legal Chilling indictment Cites tragedy of poor reader are legal prob with the city By G K HODENFIELD AP Education Writer ATLANTIC CITY N J JP many children are con sidered mentally retarded only because they have not been taught how to read a reading expert said Tuesday Gilbert B Schiffman super visor of reading services in Baltimore County Md said early detection of reading dif ficulties can increase tenfold a childs chances for a suc cessful school career Schiffman spoke to the American A s s o ciation of School Administrators He said recent studies showed four out of five pupils in second grade remedial classes attained reading pro ficiency In junior and senior high schools Schiffman said only one out of 10 did and there was a tendency for these youngsters to slip back when r e medial instruction stopped Schiffman said that as the nonreader goes through the primary grades his problems cannot solve the problems in arithmetic or so cial studies even though he may have the skills to do so because he cannot read the examination questions The impression is one of general academic failure He is likely to be consid ered as mentally retarded or as a lazy child It is difficult to imagine a more chilling in dictment of a confused child bewildered by his inability to learn despite his earnest ef forts to do so He said the nonreader de velops an inner turmoil that causes him to become a major problem in the home and at school Schiffman said the only way to correct this is to identify the nonreaders at an early age and give them corrective studies all during their school career T Inside The Globe to TOP SCOUTER honors two North lowans Page 15 PURCHASE OF TRUCK sparka city council de bate Page 18 NORTH IOWANS told of role in world famine threat Page 20 Editorials 4 Society news Mll Sports 1112 Latest markets 14 Mason City news 1415 Comics U Farm news 17   

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