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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors v Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 12 1WS 10c m Piper Consists of Two Associated Full No 130 9 men killed in plane crash FALMOUTH Mass MThe Coast Guard said Monday it had been advised by the carrier Wasp that nine men died three survived and seven are missing after an Air Force radar plane ditched in the fogshrouded At lantic Sunday night 145 miles east northeast of Nanlucket Is land Coast Guard Capt Warren C Mitchell chief of search and rescue at Boston provided the new figures after radio contact with the Navy carrier The figures radically revised earlier reports from the three militaryservices involved These reports said 10 men were rescued eight bodies recovered and one man was still missing An lowan First Lt Thomas J Fiedler 23 Davenport was a copilot aboard the plane His fate was not immediately de termined The rescued men were taken aboard US and German de stroyers in the vicinity of the crash 145 miles east northeast of Nantucket The four engine propellor driven plane ditched in the fog shrouded sea late Sunday night New blasts are set off in Chicago CHICAGO AP Two more explosions tore through the Chi cago darkness early Monday The latest blasts came shortly before 3 am in the West Side lot of an ice cream firm Police said no one was in jured The explosions ripped apart three ice cream trucks used by the firm Police said the blasts blew out windows in nearby buildings and awoke many fam ilies A total of five mysterious ex plosions have occurred in the Chicago area since early Wednesday Three of the blasts rocked the downtown sectionof the city Police said that the explosives used in the latest blasts were rigged to the bumpers of the ice cream trucks Two men were reportedly seen running from the scene of this mornings explosions and police were searching the West Side area The third bomb blast occurred late Sunday night in downtown Chicago No injuries were re ported in that blast Police said Sunday nights ex plosion occurred under a car be longing to an employee of the Chicago Tribune Three cars were damaged by the explosion and dozens of windows were blown out in the nearby Wrig ley Building in the northern downtown section near the Chi cago River As in the earlier explosions authorities were unable to pro vide a motive ROCKEFELLER HURT CARACAS Venezuela AP New York Gov Nelson A Rock efeller fell from his horse last Thursday and suffered minor bruises a friend said Sunday North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly cloudy through Tues day with showers and thun derstorms over 40 per cent of the area Warmer Monday night lows in upper Warmer Tuesday highs in mid to upper 80s It was on duty as an early warning radar plane TheCoast Guard said an Air Force plane just a minute ear lier had received six SOS sig nals on a radio frequency used by transmitters normally kept on emergency rafts Until that time there had been only one possible signal from survivors and then no further word through the night The flares and markers of dye dumped in the ocean waters were spotted with the first rays of morning sunlight Rescue planes and ships hao searched in thick fog late Sun day night and early Mondaj morning More planes and ships were rushed to the scene ai dawn The Coast Guard said debris papers and an oil slick had also been sighted in the area where the plane went down Otis Air Force Base said the fourengine EC121 radar picke plane dropped into the Atlanth Ocean Sunday night northeast o Nantucket Island Moments before one of the three pilots aboard had radioed that one engine was aflame another was feathered and they were forced to ditch A Pan American World Air vays jetliner en route to Europe rom New York was diverted to he scene and circled overhead as a fullscale military search and rescue mission was organ zed Little more than an hour after he plane went down a search jlane picked up a signal be ieved to be from a radio hom BOB HOPE LEAVES HOLLYWOOD AP Come dian Bob Hope left by plan from Hollywood Monday to en tertain US troops in the Do minican Republic a spokesma for Hope said used on emergency ng device rafts But an Otis spokesman said We received only the one sig nal and we lost it A plane went down to search the area where ve thought it was but found nothing Seas at the time were light to moderate but because the fog visibility was reported near zero The propeller driven plane was a military version of the Lockheed SuperG Constellation It was one of 38 based at Otis that carry their sweeping radar domes up and down the north ern coastline of the North American continent on the alert for possible enemy attack Part of the 551st Airborne Early Warning and Control Wing it operated normally about 200 miles offshore in a protective screen from Norfolk Va to Newfoundland The Air Force said the million craft carried about five tons of radar and that it was the first to have ditched since the roundtheclock surveillance be gan at Otis 10 years ago Mason on high court BACKSEAT DRIVER Tuffy looks out window of back seat of car on 60mile drive from Charles City to Forest City Bruce Eggers 8 and his brother Steven 12 sons of Mr and Mrs Robert Eggers Charles City had the pony taken to Forest City to sell because they found hay too expensive More about tale on 2 Photos by Jo Stewart Infantry division is landed in Viet Nam SAIGON South Viet Nam first large force of US combat men of the 1st Infantry Division landing in Viet Nam Monday SAFETY MEASURE Woman identified as Mickey Mechal is held by patrolman Stanley Atkinson in New York City moments before he dropped her into net below The Photofax woman a 54yearold unemployed do mestic had threatened to jump from her fifth floor West Side tenement apartment She was taken to Bellevue hospital for observation The first 1000 men of Big ed One as the division was nown in World War II landed strategic Cam Ranh Bay 180 liles northeast of Saigon and ug in on the sand dunes The remainder of the famed ivisions 2nd Brigade will land Isewhere in Viet Nam Tues ay a USspokesman said The landings wUl Tbringithi 6tal of US troops in YietNam o 71000 The brigade commander Co Tames Simmons said the firs mission of his troops will be t Name new census head JOHNSON CITY Tex resident Johnson picked a new Census Bureau chief and made several other appointment Monday Dr A Ross Eckler who has een acting director of the Bu eau of the Census since Febru ry will be nominated to be di ector Johnson announced Johnson also announced thai ie intends to rcappoint Frank V McCulloch as a member o he National Labor Relation Board and redesignate him a chairman Other appointments were Dr Robert M White as administra or of the new Environmental Science Services Administration and Rear Adm H Arnold Karo as deputy administrator Karo will be nominated for the rank of vice admiral White has been chief of the Weather Bureau and Karo director of the Coast and Geodetic survey President sets news conference JOHNSON CITY Tex UP President Johnson will hold a news conference in the East Room of the White House at 12 noon CDT Tuesday the Texas White House announced M o n day DOCTOR DEAD PRINCETON NJ Everett S Wallis a leader in the development of Cortisone died Saturday He was 65 rotect the US Armys 35th En inecr group which is working n harbor improvements at uge bay Later when we get our fectl m the ground well get out here and find the1 Viet ie said There has been little Vietl Gong action in Ihe area ot thel months but a bigl Communist builduphaS been ported in the hills and moun tains inland from it US sourc es said Communist strength may be as much as a regi ment Thirty US Air Force planes made repeated strikes on ord nance depots north of Hanoi Monday military spokesmen said One mission took four Fl02s and eight F4s with three other aircraft in support over the Yen Bai depot 77 miles north west ofHanoi The pilots report ed destroying two buildings and damaging three others and damaging two railroad cars in railroad maintenance yard just south of the depot Fifteen planes attacked the Yen Se ordnance depot and am munition dump about 65 miles northwest of Hanoi the spokes men said and pilots reported damaging four buildings Minnesotan heads new education unit of U S government JOHNSON CITY Tex President Johnson has named an llmember Council on Edu cation of Disadvantaged Chil dren M L Larry Mason former county attorney of Ccrro Gordo County and former US dis trict attorney for northern Iowa Monday was appointed to the Iowa Supreme Court The Mason City attorney was appointed by Gov Harold Hughes who had a choice of three names submitted by the Iowa Judicial Nominating Com mittee He succeeds Justice Henry K Peterson 81 Council Bluffs who retired July 1 Mason said it would be about a month before he is sworn in by the chief justice He will need time to complete work now in his office he explained since a supreme court justice is not permitted to practice privately The appointment is to Jan 1 1967 Mason must run for the office in the I960 election under the new law which requires the voters to decide whether i judge shall remain in office Only a Yes or No vote is re quired no alternative name be ing listed The term of office after the election is eight years Mason and another justice to be namec by the governor will be amon the first to draw the year salary voted by the legis M L MASON alure this spring Present sal ary is Mason said he will continue to maintain his home in Mason City A justice is required to be in Des Moines only once a month for varying periods of time Mason City has had one other man on the state supreme court bench He is W L Bliss who resigned in 1D62 after nearly 2t years on the high court Now nearing 89 years of age he is ill in Mercy Hospital Mason was born June 141906 in Warren County 111 He at tended Moline 111 schools be fore coming to Mason City in June 1921 He was graduated from Mason City High School in 1925 and from the University of Notre Dame in 1929 He has practiced law in Ma son City since receiving his de gree from the University of Min nesota in 1931 He was elected county attorney in the Demo cratic landslide for President Franklin D Roosevelt in 1932 and served one term He was elected county at torney for another term in 1937 38 and served again from 1941 to 1946 In 1952 he was ap pointed interim USdistrict at torney by Federal Judge Henry N Graven Mason was recom mended for a federal judgeship in 1961 but did not receive the appointment Spurred by spark Burro burns brush RENO Nev UPI A small grass lire was just about mopped up at asheep ranch near Reno Sunday when a spark fell on a small burro Startled he dashed off and ran straight into a patch of flaming grass where the pack on his back caught fire He then headed for the hills spreading fire and smoke through heavybrush and grass already tinderdry under the noonday sun firehe set was contain hours later by 60 me helped by three aircraft afte burning over 150 acres The burro was found about the same time tired but un harmed except that the pack had been burned off his back Mason told the GlobeGazette he was interviewed last Tues day by Gov Hughes and told the governor at the time that ha ould accept the appointment if were offered He said the an uncemcnt however came as surprise to him since the gov nor gave no previous indica on of his choice The other nominees by the udicial Nominating Committee ere District Court Judge Clay eGrand 54 Davenport and arry E Wilmarth 59 Cedar Rapids By GEORGE SYVERTSEN MOSCOW AP The Soviet Unions two top leaders virtual y ignored the war in Viet Nam n major weekend speeches arousing speculation that Kremlin may be about to take a new tack toward the Southeast Asian conflict The cessation of attacks on American involvement in the war came after months of at tacks on US xlicy The President chose Owen Meredith Wilson president of the University of Minnesota as chairman The council was established by the Elementary and Second ary Education Act of 1965 1 Hint new Soviet policy in Asia Charles Cityan E Campbell to be Hughes aide DES MOINES appointment of AP The Edward L Editorials 4 Mason City News 67 Society news 89 Sports 1112 Clear Lake news 13 Comics 14 North Iowa news IB Campbell 31 manager of the Charles City Chamber of Com merce as an administrative as sistant was announced Monday by Gov Harold Hughes Campbell will join Hughes staff Aug 16 at an annual sal ary of He is a Democrat The 1965 legislature author ized funds to expand the gov ernors office staff by at leas one assistant and two secre taries Campbell 1952 graduate o Fort Dodge Sacred Heart High School was manager of the Gririnell Chamber of Commerce from 1959 to 1962 then accepted the Charles City job FOCUS on North Iowa Experimental farm a chore for AI Kemp By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa Director KANAWHA In most re spects A A Al Kemp is like other North Iowa farmers He worries about too much rain not enough rain hail storms rootworms corn bor ers etc There are however a couple of things which set Kemps operation apart from the nor mal North Iowa farming pro gram For example while most farmers are content to go along with two or three varieties of seed corn and soybeans that have proved successful for them in the past Kemp may be look ing after 50 75 or even 100 var ieties of corn in one 810 acre plot Also while most farmers will use only a couple of fertilizer rates for their entire farm Kemp may use as many as 200 rates on a single fouracre corn plot All this isnt because Kemp cant decide on a variety of I corn to use or make up his mind how much of what fertil izer is best for his fields Its just that as manager of the Northern Iowa Experimental Farm here Al is constantly faced with these situations These are not unusual ex amples Kemp maintains Multi ply them 10 or 20 times and you have the kind of program Kemp faces each year on the 100acre farm located just south of the Kanawha town limits I used to get confused by all the tests and different plots Kemp admits But now after working with them for so long it has become standard Kemp has been working around experimential farms for 30 years He started at the ex perimental farm at Conesville in 1935 Aside from years as a greenhouse technician at Iowa State and a couple of years in the service hes been at it ever since He took over the management the Northern Iowa Experi mental Farm in 1946 Al is proud of the Kanawha farm Started when a group of farmers founded the Northern Iowa Agricultural Experiment A A KEMP Manages Farm Assn to study the problems of raising sugar beets in the area 35 years ago it has been one of the pioneers in crop develop ment ever since he points out Since last year the farm has been under the direct control of Iowa State At present experi ments are being conducted on flax spring wheat barley and oats as well as corn and soy beans Besides the test plots on these crops the farm along FOCUS turn to Page 2 Communist party First Secre ary Leonid I Brezhnev speak g in Leningrad Saturday ade no specific reference to iet Nam His only mention of the United ates was an almost ritualistic ap at imperialists and above II the imperialists of the SA and their armed prov cations and acts of aggres on His most acid remarks were imed at the Chinese leaders in eking The Communists if they eally are Communists he aid do not have the right to aste time and energy on ual attacks mu Premier Alexei N Kosygin peaking in Volgograd Sunday ollowed suit with even milder on international tensions nd nostalgic recollections of JSSoviet cooperation in World Var II His reference to the Chinese vas just as hard as Brezhnevs rebuffed Chinese demands or more Soviet involvement in iet Nam saying Our country s ready for any contingencies ut an adventuristic illconsid ered policy is alien to us Gross election contest hearing date is sought WATERLOO was another development Monday n the contested election of Re publican H R Gross in Iowas 3rd Congressional District last November Gross defeated Democrat Stephen M Peterson by 419 votes Peterson said Monday he had been notified by the clerk of US House of Representatives to suggest a proposed date for opening of testimony in the dis puted election Peterson said he and Gross must agree on which testimony is to be printed for submission to the House subcommittee on elections Several hundred pages of testimony must be narrowed down to the most relevant evi dence In electing Mason from group Gov Hughes said his decision was doubly difficult he cause all are experienced and capable men and outstanding members of the legal profes sion Mr and Mrs Mason make their home at 228 10th NW They have five children Mrs Rex Jean Marie Davis Mason City Mrs Thomas Margaret Shcehy Bloomington Minn Mrs Martin Patricia Moon Arlington Heights III Michael T who is to receive his liberal arts degree Saturday from the University of Arizona at Tucson and intends to continue to law school and Timothy who will enter his hird year at Newman High School in September Mason is a member of Holy Family Catholic Church and tha Knights of Columbus Coleman backed for judgeship WASHINGTON AP Atty Gen Nicholas Katzenbach voiced unqualified support Mon day for former Mississippi Gov James P Colemans nomina tion to a federal judgeship In testimony to a Senate judiciary subcommittee Katz enbach said of Colemans nomi nation to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals It is easy for Northerners to note some of Governor Cole mans statements on segrega tion and to leap to the conclu sion that he should not there fore be appointed to a federal judgeship To support segregation in Mississippi during James P Colemans political career was merely a commonplace political platitude to support modera tion to exalt law and order and to counsel obedience to court decisions these must be re garded as deliberate acts ot conscience and devotion to prin ciple Civil rights groups have been critical of President Johnsons nomination of Coleman for the 5th circuit court which consid ers much litigation on civil rights It is the appeals court for cases from most of Georgia Florida Alabama Mississippi Louisiana Texas and the Canal Zone SAME Meant 21 Hours   

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