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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1965, Mason City, Iowa Mison City Moscow From 1 with a portable loudspeaker They shouted antiAmc r i c a n slogans About 500 students first broke through the police lines and plastered the fence in front of the embassy with their antiUS placards For 10 minutes police stood around while the students threw stones fired slingshot missiles and smashed red and blue ink against the embassy walls Ink was smeared all over the facade Then mounted police moved in to clear the sidewalk When the students refused to budge the police attacked with whips and billy clubs The students were enraged They turned on the police a bar rage of rocks snowballs sticks and slingshot missiles The po lice retreated under the attack One policeman bled from a blow on the nose The students then were beset by 300 toughlooking infantry men from the Moscow garrison The soldiers were unarmed but they formed solid ranks in their fur hats and boots and shoved the students back Scuffles broke out One stu dent tore off a soldiers fur hat A Vietnamese student was car ried away in an ambulance A Keel Chinese student bled from a head wound At least eight students were arrested two Russians and an African The others were Chi nese or Vietnamese Most of the students drew back and began walking off aft er the soldiers moved in Some remained a short dis tance from the embassy singing songs and chanting insults such as shame to the American ag gressors After pep rallies about 1000 students returned to the attack One student apparently pro testing the mounted police at tacks said to a policeman If you havent seen a demon stration with machine guns you havent seen anything I have seen one with machine guns The students obviously were slung by the rough treatment from police and soldiers In front of the embassy a young Asian shouted through the portable loudspeaker We are here to make a pro test against the Americans We appeal to our Soviet comrades for solidarity but we will not leave here until our comrades are free A delegation of four students including a Vietnamese was ad mitted through the police lines They demanded release of their comrades A senior uniformed police of ficer replied that the students were hooligans and would not be released They were being charged with assaulting police men Danger seen in 2nd Red China Atestdue soon By LAWRENCE MALKIN LONDON Hcal ey British defense minister says Communisl China may set off its second nuclear explosion in a few days Opening debate in the Mouse of Commons on the new mili tary budget Hcaley warned of the possibility of a rapid chain reaction that would spread nuclear weapons to all parts of the world The US State Department said on Feb 16 that the United Stales has reason to believe the Peking regime is preparing for another nuclear test Red China joined the worlds nuclear club last Oct 16 when it touched off a primitive low yield atomic explosion in Sinki ang Province western China T h c Slate Departmentsaid a second lest would have no more military significance than the first because refinement of Chinese nuclear weapons was a long way off and the Chinese have no syslem of delivering nuclear weapons Hcaley called for new moves toward collective security and eventually EaslWcst agree ment on control and reduction of arms If allthose countries which mighl feel themselves threat ened by Chinese possession of such weapons declared to seek security for themselves there might be a rapid chain reaction which would not be confined to Asia and which would finally dispose of any immediate hope of stopping the spread of nu clear weapons he said It must be the urgent desire of all who value peace to find other ways of dealing with this problem The only possible se curity is collective security The call for collective security and arms control tied to a state ment that Britain can no longer afford therole of world police man Hcaley said Britain can solve its own costly defense problems for the next 10 years provided it cooperates closely with its al lies After that he said our problems will be insoluble un less we can cooperate with our political opponents on some form of arms control and disar mament THIRD MAN CHARGED Thomas 15X JohiT son Is shown in New York as he was being booked on homicide charges in the slaying of black nationalist Jeader Malcolm X Johnson a Black Mus lim is the third man arrested in the killing At right is Det John Keeley Another Muslim jailed in murder Negro girls beat white N Y officer NEW YORK AP A defeclor Also charged NEW YORK AP The Black Muslims have denied anew any guilt for the murder of Malcolm X in the wake of the arrest here of a third Negro ac cused of the assassination But police said the latest de fendant Thomas 15X Johnson 30 of the Bronx is a strongarm member of the Black Muslims He was charged Wednesday with homicide Johnson is the second Black Muslim to be accused in the as sassination of Malcolm X 39 the black nationalist Jeader who bolted from the Black Muslims last year and formed his own sect Johnson had been indicted ast month for firstdegree as sault in the wounding last Jan 6 of Benjamin Brown a Black policeman was beaten to his screaming when he tried to knees by schoolgirls break up a gang fight outside a Brooklyn school Fifteen of he girls sticks bottles and pipes were frrcsted Wednesday after the pairolmans partner came to his rescue and held them at bay with his revolver until rein farcemems arrived About 5T girls ranging in age from 13 to 15 were battling in the schoolyard as classes let out for the day The students also came from another predomi namly Negro school nearby in that case was Norman 3X Butler 26 described by police as a Black Muslim enforcer took part in the attack on Mai colm X as he started to speak to 400 persons at a ballroom on Feb 21 He was felled by 13 shots from a shotgun and two pistols The first man charged Tal madge Hayer 22 of Patcrson NJ was shot in the leg by a bodyguard of Malcolm Xv He has refused lo say whether he had any Black Muslim connec tions Wife dies Rockford man indicted CHARLES CITY Eld on Sadler 33 of Rockford faced a irst degree murder indictment Thursday in the shooting of his wife 30 early New years morning A Floyd County grand jury landed up the indictment Wednesday and Sadler is to be arraigned next week His bond was increased from to 320000 Mrs Sadler died Feb 20 in a harles City hospital Sadler who turned the gun on himself after police said he shot nis wife during a quarrel was released from the same hospital Jan 11 At that time he was charged with assault with intent to commit murder Abel leads steel race Hints of fraud found PITTSBURGH AP Union tellers have completed their count of votes in the United Steelworkers Union election and I Abel polled 6228 more votes than incumbent president David 1 McDonald The Asso ciated Press learned Thursday The count is far from official The tellers finished their count last Tuesday at union headquarters in Pittsburgh but found between 100 and 140 in stances where locals reported more members voting than were eligible Under the unions constitution the entire vote from these locals would be void if fraud were found Small changes in Catholic Mass Pliotofax HEART C Sharp an Atlanta business man is recuperating in a hos pital from a freak accident which almost cost him his life Sharp preparing to do some yard work tripped over a 2Vft fence In attempting to break the fall lie inadvertent ly opened a pair of hedge shears and fell on them Open heart surgery and blood trans fusions saved him When I pulled those shears out of my Charles City holds its own against flood CHARLES Floyd County town seemed to be hold ing its own Thursday against flood waters The water level on the Cedar River continued lo drop By Thursday morning it was clown to 138 feet about onefoot above flood stage The Cedar reached a record 218foot crest here Tuesday U S Army Engineers from the Rock Island District were scheduled to inspect the Charles City area Thursday Ice jams above and below the city still pose a serious threat One jam stretched seven miles from the northwest edge of the city to the town of Floyd City officials considered dyna miting the jams in the early stages but could find no way of placing charges where they would do the most good Seventy families remained out of their homes Thursday and will not be permitted to return Around tfce country I Weather details chest and saw six inchs of until the situation improves blood on the blade I knew 1 was in trouble he recalled of the incident Iowa Cloudy and continued cold Thursday night with occasion al snow and blowing and drift ing Heavy snow of lour inches or more east and soulh cen tral and occasional blizzard conditions over most of state Thursday night North winds NEW YORK AP Mem bers of the Roman Catholic hierarchy in the United States introduce Sunday another set of changes designed to make de In Chicago fust hours after tails of the Mass clearer tfl n Cnn r n ICn C llrt jt 1 rl n rI n Johnsons arrest the eldest son of Black Muslim leader Elijah Muhammad reiterated denial of any Black Muslim blame for the assassination He said he had never heard of Johnson ice They touch Malcolm who was buried last priests role The changes are not as vast or significant as those made by the Church Jast Nov 29 when English replaced traditional Latin in many parts of the serv more on the Saturday had claimed to have been marked for murder by Mu hammads Muslims because of the formation of his rival sect Police worked on the theory that Malcolm was assassinated Omitted in the new service Sunday will be numerous signs of the cross amens out of context and genuflections by the priest Also missing will be much of tlle kissing of objects ex and the second man aeeuled in of the rivalry but Book of Co i the slaying of Malcolm X jhammad himself was quick using Police believe five men in alldcny blame for the slaying iChrist Of whjch symbolize Estes wins in court Possibly for last time Patrolman Peter J Buccino who hit him with sticks He was il wa iale to treated at a hospital for and bruises DALLAS Tex AP Billiejdict clearing Estes on all three amount of his debts on three occasions in I960 and 19G1 It said he understated the totals S4 million to S5 million to A brief smile flitted across theshow net worth required of captain of farm finance outUisually impassive face of Fsleslgrain storage contractors said he tried to separate two Sol Estes won what was possikounts and left the courtroom oci of the girls and was driven tolblv hjs t j j buJThcn his cldcsl chilcl Pam 17 sai his knees by a group of 13 girls0 nis in coin vj who hit him with stick H w ll wa iale to kecP nc million loss Culligan quits Curtis board iof Prison iMarsiials refused to lei him anj 1 A federal court jury acquitted swer when a reporter asked inabilities were inaccuVale This nun of fudging cared to comment I sworn accounts of how much he With a catch in her owed to obtain CommodityiMrs Estes murmured Im so vents Corp in New York had Credit Corp ontracts payingglad he finally won a case secretly to sell him more than S5 million a year for cceped Anhydrous Ammonia fertilizer the version he gave in testifyingfor a tonbi il at lP lo Kstcs denied his statements of i was true he said because lop voiceexecutives of Commercial Sol PHILADELPHIA CAP thcw J CuIIigan resigned 1 day as board chairman of the storage of surplus grain 1 The West Tex l for the first time al anv of nisi3 lon aiic rebale 1nc difference told the f U top business exec accounts from prosecution witanJ told the jury of seven men nesses Evening Post and other bars zines reported a J9G4 loss of nearly million Estes 40 Culligan who joined Curtis astwo earlier the hubby black haired defendant falsely swore convicted in ne lcss lnan lne actual women his grain stor rentals pledged entirely to Commercial Solvents aggregat ed more than ST million can celing the S5 million he figured he owed the company The citys 50yearold St Marys Bridge under tremen clous pressure from ice for two days escaped without damage MADE SNOW During 25 years of work Dr Ukichiro Nakaya a physics pro fessor at Hokkaido University IJapan and his colleagues suc ceeded in duplicating in a cold chamber all the natural types of snow crvstals Leo the lion wins 1st battle NORR1STOWN Pa AP Leo the pet lion center of a con trovepy between his owner Howard Sautter of nearby Wil low Grove and the Abington Township Board of Commission ers on the winning side in court Wednesday Common Pleas Court Judge Robert Honeyman dismissed a complaint which sought to force Sautter 54 to give up his1 pet The township acting under an ordinance passed last December outlawing all wild animals con tended that Leo was a potentia danger Honeyman called the town ships complaint insufficient He said there must be allegation of nuisance including but not limited to hazardous or dangerj ous activities to support the prayer for relief OUR GANG FAT BOY DIES HOUSTON Tex IP Carl D Rogers 63 the original fat boy in the Our Gang Comedy series of silent motion pictures died Tuesday 2545 miles per hour Lows Thursday night in the teens Friday cloudy windy and con tinued cold occasional snow cast highs in the 20s Fur ther outlook Partly cloudy and a little warmer Saturday Minnesota Clearing and colder Friday with occasional light snow east in forenoon highs 1532 GlobcGayetle Weather Data ip lo 8 am Thursday Maximum 31 Minimum 31 At S am 0 Precipitation Tr Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 42 Minimum 2G WEATHER ELSEWHERE liy TIIK ASSOCIATKl PIIKSS QUARTERS TAKE YOUR CAR WHERE THE EXPERTS ARE pay as you ridef FRONT END ALIGNMENT Front end aligned Camber caster toe in couected Brakes adjusted cleaned repacked Brake fluid added EASY PAY Albany clear l rials CEDAR Smith professor of art at State Col lege of Iowa has been elected president of Artists Equity As sociation Inc LE body of Jo seph Kclleher about 65 re tired Le Mars businessman was found Wednesday in his apartment above the garage he formerly operated County Medical Examiner Dr Sher man Lindell said Kclleher died of asphyxiation when snow plugged a chimney DES MOINES Hawk eye Bridge Association will hold its annual tournament March 12 with proceeds going to the charity program of the American Contract Bridge League DES report card may not be withheld by a school to force a student lo pay delinquent fees Ally Gen Lawrence Scalise ruled Wednesday The opinion was requested by Crawford Coun ty Attorney Lee Farnsworth Scalise said a school has no authority to withhold some thing a student has earned WASHINGTON The Iowa delegation split on strict party lines Wednesday when the House passed a S11 billion bill to aid the Appalachian re gion The six Democrats voted for the administration pro posal and Republican Rep If R Gross voted against it SPIRIT persons were in a hospital here Thurs day with burns suffered when an explosion and fire de stroyed the E G iMcCoy home on the shore of Lake East Oko boji Mr and Mrs McCoy and another couple Mr and Mrs Robert Pulver who occupied a basement aparemcnt were in the house when the blast oc curred Wednesday evening WATERLOO An explosion Wednesday evening ripped through the home of Leslie Wilson 77 wholived alone Wilson was critically burned in the fire that followed and was taken to University Hospitals in Iowa City Cause of the ex plosion was not determined Humphrey puts money in trust By J GLASS New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Vice Presi dent Humphrey has placed his private holdings amounting to about 590000 in trust to avoid any possible conflict of interest with his governmental duties He is believed to be the first vice president to form such a trusteeship arrangement The agreement signed short ly before he assumed office can be broken only by death or when speeches to augment his 500 salary As vice president Mr Hum phrey has a S13000 annual salary and a 510000 allowance for expenses both of which are axable lie will also receive any income from his investments The trusteeship agreement nowever provides that neither Mr Humphrey nor his wife Muriel may exercise any in fluence over his holdings The trustee is thus given a free hand to manage the Humphrey port Mr Humphrey leaves elective public office Friends of the vice president also disclosed that Mr Hum phrey will no longer accept a fee for speaking before private organizations While he served as senator the former majority whip often gave lectures and ruin Ilismii rcfc clear llnisf clear Boston clear Murrain cliMlcly CliuiniKiH ClrvrlMiil Hiiiuly Denver snuiv lies Mnfnes ruin HiIt nil fi cloudy Honolulu clear rain JarksimvUJr rlnudy Inneaii cloudy Kansas fily snow AncrlrM clmuly I mils vllle riiin Memphis snow Miami cloudy Milwaukee MHI w Al pis St Iaul MIIIII Sew Orlran rlnuriy NCM Vork clnudv Oklahnma Clly clear Omaha VMIadclplua clouily rildcniv clear IiUsllurph rliuidy Iortland Me clear inrlland Ire clear Unid Cily clnudv Uirhmoiul clniidy SI Mum Sail lakc CIlT clear San DirRii rlinuly San Kranriiro Htnirij Seattle clear Tampa cloud Washington cloudy Wlnntprc clear T Trace Hughes office closed for rites DES MOINES The of folio Mr Humphrey and his family will not be informed of his actions The trustee it was said de sires to remain anonymous He was described as a banker who has never engaged in politics and prefers to stay out of the limelight flee of Gov Harold Hughes was ordered closed at noon Tl day because of the funeral ofi the governors father at 1 d a ilrove i Services for Lewis Hughes 74 were at 2 pm at the First Methodist Church in Ida Grovei The older Hughes died Monday lightweight all channel ARVIN 12 portable TV Weighs only 18 pounds 119 95 A Mnnth Cnmplrte with Unll aboiil Dcluve SUnJ M Siinlli Frderjl Operates on all channels UHFVHF 2 through 8 Make s picture adjust ments automatically Shop look and listen no Television set compares to 55 this beauty at Hclzborgs 55 low price 55 Store Optn Tomorrow AM To PM on stale president and board chairman charges of swindling and fcder in July 1962 said his resignationial charges of mail fraud and is effective immediately but that he would continue to handle special projects including rte velopmcnt of broadcasting op portunities Jobless rate is up slightly WASHINGTON AP The nations unemployment rate in creased slightly in February mounting to 5 per cent the La bor Department reported Thurs day Januarys rate had been 48 per cent the lowest since Octo ber 1957 The February figure was even with that for Decem ber but down from the 54 per cent of February 1964 The Labor Department said most rI the increase in jobless ness was among women 0 conspiracy both based on ings on around S24miIlion worth of mostly worthless mortgages on farm fertilizer tanks j Only Monday as his latest trial started here the Supreme Court rejected Estes final plea for review of his 5ycar sen tence in the mailfraud case He still is appealing an eightyear prison term on a stale convic tion of swindling His wife Patsy a worried looking blonde and their son and four daughters listened to closing arguments from a front row bench a few feet behind Estes As jurors returned after delib erating more than four hours US Dist Judge Sarah T Hughes firmly ordered specta tors to refrain from any demon stration Judge Hughes read the vcr ONTQOMERV i WARD ADJUST BRAKES Remove check front wheel drum Adjust brakes add brake fluid if necessary 25 1st SW 4234463 W EVANGELIST f ONFERENCE 1 ORLD ith Lternal consequences FridaySaturdaySunday March 567 c Friday M Thrme HOME MISSIONS Speaker The Rev Don Lyons Rockford Ml Salmflay Marrli P M Thome FOREIGN MISSIONS Bob Welch Missionary from Liberia Africa Sunday Theme YOUTH EMPHASIS Morning am Sing pm Evening pm Special Speakers and Music by the Open Biblt College Des Moines Iowa PUKLIC INVITED OPEN BIBLE CHURCH 1702 South Carolina Rev 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