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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Homo Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 17 W5 one i copy Thli Paper Consists ci Three Sectioni Section Associated Full Wirei No 135 rash caims lives Reds can lift men to moon New rocket given test MOSCOW AP Soviet ac counts of a powerful new rocket used to put a spaceship with a 26896pound payload into orbit roused speculation Saturday that the Russians are testing a super booster for a manned moon shot The new space station called Protoni was lofted Friday First reports said it was the big gest payload ever hurled into space But Tass indicated that the boosting rocket was the key factor in the experiment The American Titan 3C rocket with a thrust of 265 million pounds orbited a satellite with a dummy payload weighing about 21000 pounds last month The US satellite was at tached to the second stage of the rocket bringing the ttoal weight to 32347 pounds The two sections separated after six hours American scientists noted however that the Soviet satel lite had no rocket attached They estimated that if a rocket had been attached the total weight would have been about 40000 pounds A British spaceexpert said in Londonrthere was little doubt that the new Soviet rocket is intended for spacecraft capable of sending men to the moon Kenneth Gatland vice presi dent of the British Interplane tary Society also said there was little doubt the Soviets intend to use the rocket for construction of a manned space station ThisMie said is the boost er we have been expecting the Russians to launch following the series of test firings they have made for the past three years fromtheir cosmodromeeast of the Aral Sea into the central Pacific The tests were made without the rockets final stage Now at last thefinal stage has been introduced to launch a test sat ellite of over 12 tons Gatland said Soviet spaceman Yuri Gagarin told him at the International Astronautical Fed eration Congress at Paris in that sending men to the nioon and assembling a space station in earth orbit were part ofthe same problem Clearly the Russians have entered a new accelerated phase of their space program Gatland said North Iowa Weather outlook Cooler Saturday night with possible showers and thunder storms Showers likely Sun day Weather Details on Page 2 n CAK me car in WHICH Karen Fritchel 22 Mason City and Robert Glair Lumley 25 Hampton were killed Saturday morn ing rests in bushes just off Highway 65 north of jyiascw uity iura uie unver of the auco was thrown clear when the car struck a tree on the northeast side of the highway More racial talks 11 Ti I I n I Blood ram possible BOGALUSA White House La AP emissary John Doarsought Saturday to end the racial here and a Negro leader vowed that if blood is shed it would be all kinds both black and white A Z Young president of the Bogalusa Civic and Voters League which has spearheaded the civil rights campaign here added however We are going to do everything we can to keep down a civil war in this area Doar who came Hereunder White House orders to see what could be done to solve the six monthold racial conflict in this papermill town of 23000 planed more private talks Sat Homage of Illinois paid to Stevenson SPRINGFIELD 111 AP In the shadow of the office where he served as governor Adlai E Stevenson received the Maintains Reds had major revolt role in Dominican WASHINGTON AP Am bassador W Tapley Bennett Jr the man who asked President Johnson to send the Marines into the Dominican Republic says there was a strong Com munist influence from the beginning of the revolt Sen J W Fulbright DArk chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said Ben nett told the committee Friday there still is a substantial Com munist influence there but it is now less capable of exerting itself homage of Illinois Saturday as one of its great heroes Gpv Otto Kerner in aeulogy said all of Illinois citizens as well as the rest of the world will carry Stevensons memory and bis spirit in their hearts Now he has come home to his Illinois to take his place with our other heroes Kerner said in placing Stevensons name alongside those of Abra ham Lincoln Stephen A Doug las Ulysses S Grant and 1115 nois Gov John P Altgeld Thousands of persons filec past the flagdraped bier as the body lay in state in the Illinois Capitol under the 361foot silver dome The allnight vigil began after the body had been brought back to Springfield Friday afternoon from Washington in a plain English casket Stevenson US ambassador to the United Na tions collapsed Wednesday on a street in London urday with city officials and civil rights leaders Gov John J McKeithen said e must have the massive sup sort of both white and Negro eadership throughout the state o help ward off outsiders whom e said were blocking efforts to ain racial peace at Bogalusa Young at a rally of some 300 Negroes Friday night called for ticketing in the four corners f Bogalusa He also said Negroes would again march on City Hall and dont want this march turned around v Asst Police Chief L C Ter ell ordered a parade by 300 Negroes most of them teenag irs halted Friday after several istfighls broke out between whites and biracialpickets at a shopping center near City Hall After the rally Young said in an interview he was in accord with Terrells action in halting the parade We are going to do every thing we can to civil war in this told a newsman keep down a area Young But if blood is 2 killed at edge of city Karen Fritchel Robert Lumley A 22yearold Mason City woman and a 25yearold Hamp ton man died as the result of injuries received when Uie car in which they were riding crashed off Highway 65 just north of the Mason City limits Saturday morning Killed were Mrs Karen Marie Staley Fritchel 22 207 E State and Robert Red Clair Lumley 25 Hampton Mrs Fritchel was killed instantly and Lumley died later Saturday morning at a Mason City hospital as the result of severe head injuries received in the crash The accident was investigated by Dr Alfred Herlilzka Cerro Gordo County medical examin cr Mahlon Pelham Iowa High way Patrol and Jerry Koerber Cerro Gordo County dcputj sheriff Officers said the car driven by Mrs Fritchel was apparent ly traveling south and left th highway after negotiating the curve at the American Crystal Sugar Co The auto left the road about 200 feet southeast of the curve and traveled 156 feet before crashing into a tree on the north side of the highway The going to be shed in this area we are going to let it rain down all kinds both black and white Doar assistant US attorney general for civil rights declined comment on his mission except to tell newsmen he was in Boga lusa to see that the laws are complied with and that all peo ple show respect for law and order McKeithen was rebuffed ear lier in the week when he call ed for a 30day cooling off per iod to allow both sides to sit down at the conference table At his weekly news confer ence Friday McKeithen said he told council leaders that Loui siana was on the verge of ob taining a breakthrough giving it a position of leadership that the only thing that could interfere is the way we handle in this state the transition required under civil rights legislation Someone eventually must Japanese plane crashes in sea TOKYO AP A Japanese navy plane with 11 men aboard caught fire in flight and crashed Saturday into the Pacific 70 miles southeast of Tokyo a De fense Agency spokesman an nounced Oil slicks green markers and a life vest were spotted but no survivors were immediately found by four planes and two helicopters conducting a search make those Negroes understand they have to be qualified to get jobs he said In my mind the marchers are completely unreasonable they dont know what theyre marching for Gas drink kills child auto was totally wrecked Mrs Fritchel was thrown from the auto by the impact of he crash Lumley was pinned in the front seat Mrs Fritchel was dressed in a twopiece bathing suit Lum ey was fully clothed The auto was discovered at about am by a passing in supp motorist Nels DallWinther forces rloute 4 Mason City who nolibombs ied Mason City police Pelham Communis said the motor was still warm Viet Nam when the highway patrolman arrived Koerber said the cause of the accident was not immediatley determined and investigation was continuing He said that when the 1959 Nash Rambler left the highway it left no skid marks The possibility that Mrs Fritchel fell asleep at the wheel was being considered he added He said driver was killed instantly and that Lumley was unconscious when officers ar rived at the scene Lumley was taken by Snells ambulance to Mercy Hospital Mrs Fritchel was born Karen Marie Staley Jan 30 1943 at Burchinal daughter of Ronald E and Mildred Curtis Staley She had lived in the community her entire life and was a wait ress at Costas BIRD MEETS BEGINiNER The game of badminton which is too vigorous even for some of the older set was found to be a bit too speedy for 2 year old beginner Rhonda Photofax Duckett Maiion Ind who took rac quet in hand for the first time The shuttlecock bounces off her head as she fails to return a serve give to ground forces SAIGON South Viet Nam AP US Air Force B52 jombcrs flying for the first time rea in the Mang Yang Pass a ey part of Route 19 stretching cross central Viet Nam n support of Vietnamese ground A major ground operation is eported under way along the oute to clear out Viet Cong dumped Saturday 500 tons of on suspected Communist positions in central guerrillas and open the road to Between and 30 of thebig jets flying 2200 miles from Guam blasted the suspected US help for drought area sought WASHINGTON AP supply convoy On the political front the kill ng of a rebellious army colonel y government security forces aised fears of new demonstra ions by South Viet Nams Ro man Catholics The Defense Ministry said Col Pham Ngoc Thao a Ro man Catholic who led at least wo unsuccessful coup attempts was ambushed by security brces and seriously wounded n a forest near Bien Hoa Fri day It said he died of his wound while being flown to Saigon persecution by Buddhists in government have sparked pre vious upheavals Official Vietnamese sources lowever believed that Thao lad discredited himself in the abortive coup attempts and con ended that little Catholic reac ion to his death was likely Thao helped lead an attempt ed coup against former armed forces commander Nguyen Khanh last Lt Gen Sept 13 SHEFFIELD Carroll Dan nen 2 son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Dannen Sheffield died at a Mason City hospital Satur day about 2M hours after drink ing gasoline at the home of his parents The Dannens live and work on the Walter Boehlje farm near Dougherty According to the attending physician the youngster was playing in the yard with a brother 4 The gasoline used for a power mower was in a closed jar on top of the fuel tank outside the home One of the children took the jar climbed up and The older child did not taste it according to the doctor but the twoyearold must have had an overwhelming dose He was taken to the family doctor within 15 minutes and then sent to the hospital Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Wartnaby Grarup Funeral Home in Shef field Surviving are his parents brother and a sister On the inside Surviving are her mother Mrs Murl Bates Burchinal three brothers Ronald E Sta ley Montclair Calif Robert C Staley Mason City and Richard Staley Burchinal two sisters Mrs George Jeanette Merten MasonCity and Mrs Marvin Sharon Olson Minne apolis two stepbrothers Vir gil Bates Mason City and Gor don Bates Osage and a step sister Mrs Robert Lois Ol son Colorado Springs She was preceded in death by her father in 1953 and by one brother Services for Mrs Fritchel arc incomplete at the Patterson James Funeral Home Services are pending for Lum ley The deaths are the third and fourth fatalities this year in Cerro Gordo County The first was John P Sokolowski Des Moines Feb 5 Larry D Brand Clear Lake March 25 was the second Volcano erupts in New Guinea North Iowa news Church news 45 Mason City news 67 BEGIN JOURNEY Bill Skarie left and GregTrout both 17 of Chicagos suburban Park Ridge begin a raft voyage they hope will take them 1200 miles to New Orleans via the Missis Photofax sippi River The pair spent a month building the BoozySusy made of oil drums and plywood and powered by two 18 horsepower motors Business 8 Sports 910 5oiety 1112 Comics13 Clear Lake news 14 Classified 1415 Editorials 16 PORT MORESBY New Guin ea erupted violently Saturday The fate of 300 villagers liv ing within five miles of the mountain was unknown THATS CRUEL GOSHEN Ind AP A suit by Howard W Huss Elkhart Ind for a divorce from his wife Edna says she has been cruel She left him 43 years ago portion of the thirsty had been the subject of hit by the worst drought in intensive manhunt He was history appealed Friday to death in absentia designation as a federal a military tribunal on May 7 area New Jersey Gov Richard J Hughes asked the status for his own state plus part of New York parts of Pennsylvania and southern New sources had reported earlier that Thao was arrested in a Roman Catholic monastery in the Saigon suburb of Thu Due Bien Hoa is 20 miles north Hughes made five other of Saigon ommendations as he met of Thaos civilian and the Federal Water followers were Catho President Johnson has Catholic charges of the Cabinetlevel Tuesday deadline in its ques for answers to the registration water Hughes said the disaster falling flat would pave the way for gency assistance from Ga AP A drive here aimed at Although the council Sept 8 primary is falling was closed a staff member says Fulton County Reg it was considering Leon Hay He said only drilling of wells plus the new registrations have been fer of water from areas compared to 9000 at havent been hit by the corresponding time in last drive New Hampton girl killed in car NEW HAMPTON out and pinned beneath Kotz 17 daughter of Mr car She was dead on ar Mrs Wilbur Kotz New at St Josephs Mercy Hospital here ton was killed about and two other pas Friday in a onecar in the car were Ircatet three miles southeast of minor cuts and bruises anc Hampton on a county Riding with him were Wetne 17 Fredericks Miss Kotz was a passenger and Marva Ball 17 New a car driven by David Lee man 17 Fredericksburg services for Miss L cording to sheriffs officers are pending at the Larkin man apparently lost control Funeral Home here his car which struck the would have been a senior i on the right side of the road and turned over Miss Kotz fall at New Hampton Community Hich School This attempt failed as did an other on Feb 19 largely through the intervention of Brig Gen Nguyen Cao Ky the cur rent premier Ky has had close relations with Buddhist leaders and is not popular with Catho lics The colonel had been in hiding since the Feb 19 attempt in hich he actually held Saigon or one day In the air action the Guam ased B52s dropped 500 tons of xplosives on suspected Viet ong positions in Mang Yang ass a key part of Route 19 tretching across central Viet am from the port of Qui Nhon D the central plateau city of leiku the spokesman said The ground operation report dly involved as many as 5000 troops who were learing the road of Viet Cong and opening it to supply con oys The spokesman said the bomb ng was carried out at the re lucst of the government of Viet am in connection with ground perations being conducted in he area It was the fourth announced JS Air Force B52 raid in South Viet Nam The spokesman said there was ood weather over the target B52s normally bomb from high altitude Asked why the giant bombers vere used Saturday the spokes man said we wanted to get a real good pattern on the target ve want to hit The sovalled D zone a Com munist hideout in a thick jungle area about 25 miles north of Saigon was the target of pre vious B52 raids SAME Black Trtflo Dcitft In 21   

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