Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 26, 1965, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 26 1965 10c Paper Consists of Two Preu full WLrei No 142 Savingsloan to 1 TIT Y BUILDING purchased by the Nearly a quarter block in size it extends to the alley on the east Mutual federal Savings and Loan Assn for a new home is outside of the city parking lot The two present buildings included lined m this picture of the northwest corner of Federal and 1st N are to be torn down on Federal Mutual Federal plans new structure The first building to be con structed on downtown Federal Avenue for 2G years was an nounced Monday by Robert C Palmer president of the Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Assn The northwest corner of 1st N and Federal where the Adams Building burned in De cember 1963 has been pur chased by the savings and loan firm Also included are the buildings now occupied by Car ter and Gilles Toyland on 1st NW and Freddies Cafe on Federal A multiplestory building of modern design is to be con structed Palmer said Mutual Federal will occupy the ground floor Modern air conditioned rental office space with auto matic elevators will occupy the upper floors and also provide space for future expansion of the firm The Mutual Federal building will be the first major down town construction in the pro posed downtown Mason City renewal p r o g r a m Palmer pointed out The building fits ideally into the proposed land use recommended by the Bar tonAschman Long Range City Plan he said Construction dates for the new building have not been set because of the existing leases on the two present buildings Palmer said Those two struc tures are to be torn down he added and the entire site will be occupied by the new build ing and its parking and drive in facilities The new building is being de signed and engineered by the Bank Building and Equipment Corporation of America They are the leading designers of Savings and Loans and Banks iu the United States and have designed more than 4000 fi nancial institutions Mutual Federal North lowai largest savings and loan asso ciation was founded in 1924 The association has grown to total assets of In 1934 at the time insurance of accounts was first made avail MUTUAL Please Turn to Page 2 killed ways Three die in one mishap By THE ASSOCIATED IUESS Three persons were killed in one spectacular crash and five others died in separate motor vehicle accidents on Iowa high ways last weekend Killed Sunday in one of the worst single collisions in Iowa tliis year were Rudolph W Lind holm GP of Burlington his wife Hazel and Charles W Sharp 63 of Glcndale Calif Highway Patrolman Dennis McGough said Sharps wife Phyra Viola 58 apparently lost control of their station wagon after passing another car on In terstate SO east of the Mitchell ville exchange The saJon wagon went onto the right shoulder for about 200 feet nenv veered across the median strip flipped over and landed in the castbouncl lane McGough said The Lindholm car smashed into the station wagon A third car driven by Martin John Marose of Newton rammed the wreckage He and his wife were not hurt Mrs Sharp received numer ous fractures and cuts and wa in satisfactory condition at a Newton hospital Michael Dolan 22 of Decorah was killed Sunday night in a twocar collision on a Delaware County road about eight miles southeast of Manchester He was a passenger in a car driven by Roger Armstrong oi Cedar Rapids who was injured and was in fair condition Mon clay Another passenger Ann Marie Dibby of Cedar Rap ids was in fairly good condition The second car was driven by Stephen Kinkead 18 of Whitti cr He and a companion re ccivcd minor injuries An Oklahoma City woman was killed Saturday in a twocar crash on a county road near Dysart The victim was Mrs Bonnie Moltz 30 Authorities said seven other persons riding in the cars involved apparently escaped serious injury Otto Lemki 63 of Miller died early Saturday when the car in which he was riding collidec with a gravel truck at a county road intersection near Britt Drivers of the car and the truck were injured A twocar crash at a countj road intersection near Blencoe Saturday killed Mrs Marian Vrcdenburgh 40 of rural Blen coe The victims husband and the driver of the second car es caped injury but three Vrcden burg children were treated for minor injuries Photofax MY CHILD A grieving mother Mrs Dan Erwin of Des Moines looks at a blanketdraped body of one of six children who drowned Sunday in the Des Moines River at Ledges State Park Mrs Erwins husband behind her and Sheriff Jack Camelin left try to console the mother Mrs Envin lost three of her children and her bro ther and sisterinlaw Mr and Mrs Albert Schoen baiim Ames had three of their children drown STORY ON PAGE 2 Protest is staged House in fight on union shop WASHINGTON UP Democrats beat down Republi can charges of gag rule in the House Monday and won a vital preliminary victory in the fight to knock out state laws that ban the union shop In an opening parliamentary skirmish the House voted to restrict debate to the repeal of Section 14b of the TaftHartley Act SAME DATE1944415 preventing Republican op ponents from opening the federal labor law to other major changes This is oneman gag rule charged Republican leader Ger ald R Ford of Michigan He said Chairman Adam Clayton Powell DNy of the House La bor Committee was administer ing the gag The vote was the first skirm ish in the House in a stiff fight over one of the most controver sial pieces of labor legislation in years Section 14b sanctions laws now on the books in l states prohibiting union shop contracts under which all employes must join the union The bill is being considered under a rule that would make amendments raising any other issue out of order The Republi cans want the House to vote down that rule and substitute one making amendments in or der Rep Robert P Griffin R Mich leader of the fight against repeal wants to let the House vote on four amendments which he says would provide necessary safeguards for work ers who would bD forced to join unions if 14B were repealed SPORTS BULLETIN NEW YORK Wes West rum will be interim manager of the New York Mets while Casey Stengels broken hip mends the National League club announced Monday He was Stengels choice for the job Stengel suffered a broken hip while stepping out ef a car Sunday Missiles flash into Viet talks WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Johnson continued Monday his deliberations on appssible US forces in South VietNam One matter under study was the blasting of an American je bomber over North Viet Nam by what US officials said ap peared to be a groundtoair missile White House press secretary Bill D Moyers said no formal conferences were scheduled bul the President would confer dur ing the day by telephone and perhaps in person with various officials Johnson and his top advisers spent three days last week dis cussing the war in Viet Nam and the President continued his consultations during a weekend at Camp David Md The White House has given no indication as to when decisions stemming from the talks might be announced But Vice Presi dent Hubert H Humphrey indi cates some decisions might be made by Tuesday night Newsweek magazine in an exclusive interview Monday quoted the President as saying the Communists think weve lost They think they can run us out Ive tried 13 peace offen sives to get them to talk but no Weve either got to hold out or get out Were going to do whats necessary We cannot just gel out Newsweek said the President also described his policy as one to minimize our losses and ex ercise maximum restraint to show our strength without being reckless The President added in the interview Theyre pouring in power Theyre pouring in troops every week and we have FLUSHED FROM BOMB US Marine kneels beside a makeshift bomb shelter as a frightened old man crawls out to give himself up during Sundays assault by Marines and Viet AP Photofax namese Popular Forces on Tarn Loo 40 miles southeast of Da Nang Air Base The old man was questioned and released Viet Cong boosting activities near Saigon to put them Word use came troops in to oppose of the possible missile from a US spokes man in Saigon capital of South Viet Nam SAIGON South Viet Nam Cong guerrillas are stepping up harassment activi ties closer to Saigon a US military spokesman said Mon day The Communists initiated six actions within 25 miles of the capital during the weekend the spokesman said Three of the actions were reported south of Saigon in neighboring Long An Province The actions included a mortar barrage against an outpost and infiltration into a hamlet Only scattered and relatively light ground action was report led Monday as the United States continued its air strikes in both North and South Viet Nam Two Viet Cong were reported killed another wounded and six captured suffered by no US Marines casualties who the spokesman said He said guer rillas attempted to ambush a Marine patrol in the Da Nang area The spokesman said 25 Viet Cong were reported killed dur ing a government search and destroy operation with close air support in Quang Tin Province 350 miles northeast of Saigon US and flew more Vietnamese than 200 planes sorties against suspected Communist installations in the south m a 24hour period ending this morn ing the spokesman said A forward artillery observer estimated 35 Viet Cong were killed 7 miles east of Bien Hoa air base the spokesman said but there was no ground con firmation Another 15 guerrillas were reported killed in a raid against a Viet Cong encamp ment 25 miles southeast of Can Tho in the Mekong River delta but again the casualties were not confirmed by body count A US military spokesman re ported Sunday that Force jet bomber i US Air was shot down about 40 miles west of Ha noi Saturday by what appeared to be an antiaircraft missile Demo governors back Viet policy MINNEAPOLIS Minn Democratic governors gave unanimous backing Monday to President Johnsons Viet Nam policies but Republicans called for greater presidential frank ness before joining in any en dorsement Gov John B Connally of Texas told a news conference that the Democrats expressed in a closed meeting the unani mous opinion that we strongly support the leadership of Pres ident Johnson in foreign af fairs his actions in the Domini can Republic and the pursuance of a course of action in Viet Nam Connally who heads the Dem ocratic Conference of Gover nors said that he hopes Repub licans will sign a foreign policy statement of this nature to be drafted subsequently However Gov Robert E Smylie of Idaho said the GOP Governors Association which he heads has some reserva tions about the Presidents course We think that before we are called upon to vote on any reso lution we are entitled to a great er degree of frankness about the Viet Nam situation than we have been getting from the State Department and the Pres ident he said Smylie said the Republican state executives had received from Rep Gerald R Ford of Michigan the House minority leader an explanation of the GOP congressional leaderships position on Viet Nam He indi cated the governors were gen erally in accord with the lead ers stand Republican governors gave unanimous support in their cau cus to what Smylie said were National Chairman Ray Blisss efforts to unify the party Smy lie announce the governors will set up an office in Washington in September in the same build ing as the National Committee Smylie was reclecled head of the association Gov Daniel J Evans of Washington was named as chairman for a cam paign to elect GOP governors this year and next Gov George Rotnncy of Michigan was named chairman of a group to draft policy statements Editorials 4 Society news 567 Clear Lake news 8 Sports 910 North Iowa news 11 Mason City news 1213 Latest markets 12 Comics 14 Classified pages 1617 Racial issues ataglance By THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS Chicago Dr Martin Luther King Jr calls for at least 10 000 marchers Monday after he meets roaring reception in a predominantly white suburb Sunday night March is part of protest to school policies in Chi cago Bogalusa court hearing opens in contempt pro ceedings against top state and city police officials on charges of failing to protect civil rights demonstrators Americus leaders talk of camping outside the jail after Sunday march by 800 pro testing arrest of four women in attempt to desegregate voting line Seattle Wash Civil rights patrols follow policemen to watch conduct as a result of an offduty officer killing a Negro Tuskegee Ala White and Negro demonstrators kneel pray and stage sitdown on Methodist Church steps after they are denied admittance Dr King attacks Chicago Critical of boundaries CHICAGO Wl Dr Martin Luther King Jr climaxing a threeday integration campaign in Chicago declared Monday the citys school district bound aries are rigged to deprive Negroes of contact with others His remarks ware prepared for delivery at Buckingham Fountain in Grant Park on the Lake Michigan Shore before he was to lead a march through downtown Chicago to City Hall Similar marches sponsored by local leadership have been con ducted since June Any successful man or wom en in 1975 will be required to deal daily with people of color Dr King asserted But we de liberately see school districts in Chicago being gerrymandered to deprive them Negroes of contact with persons of differing backgrounds and skin color Dr Kings protest and that of those he is supporting is against what they term de facto segre gation of schools Chicagos schools operate on the neighbor hood system in Negro neigh borhoods the enrollments are Negro Opponents of the system want racial mixing Chicago Dr King declared is far from being the promised land There is no Jerusalem on Lake Michigan he said But I must also say that confused confounded and corrupt though she is Chicago is no Sodom doomed to an imminent destruc King stressed during nine ap pearances Sunday most of them in Chicagos South Side Negro community that he wanted everyone to join a huge march on City Hall Monday We need to march at least 10 000 strong tomorrow he repeat ed at almost every stop Police were said to be pre paring for some 3000 march ers If successful the march would be Chicagos biggest since rights demonstrators be gan almost daily marches a month and a half ago Marchers are asking the immediate ouster of Schools Sup Benjamin C Willis and have directed some of their barbs at Mayor Richard J Daley They accuse Willis of fostering de facto segregation in schools and Daley of not step ping into the matter North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness Mon day night lews in mid Ms Tuesday partly cloudy with thunderstorms effecting 20 per cent of the area highs in the 80s
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.