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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 4 1HS 10c Consists of Two One Ajioclttcd Press Full Lease No 201 Pope urges No more war Reaffirms support for U N at start of historic mission NEW Paul VI ranging over troubled con tinents and surging seas flew Jo the United Nations Monday on an historic quest for world peace He bade the United Na tions to further a goal of no more war war never again If you wish to be brothers he told the international as semblage let the arms fall from your hands One cannot love while holding offensive arms In advance of his dramatic UN appearance the pontiff held a private meeting with President Johnson The encount er brought together for the first time on American soil the most powerful spiritual and temporal leaders on earth Another highlight of his brief first papal visit to the Western Hemisphere was to be an out door Mass for peace Monday night at Yankee Stadium Ninety thousand tickets have been dis tributed God bless this land of yours Pope Paul said as he arrived from Rome and alighted smil ing from a transatlantic airlin er after the longest journey ever undertaken by the head of the Roman Catholic Church Pope Paul from his arrival was engulfed by a warm tre mendous welcome that tied up large sections of New York City Police estimated that at least one million persons greeted the Pope on his trip into Manhat tan After his 50minvite meeting with Pope Paul President John son said the papal visit to the UN may be just what the world needs to get us to think ing of how to achieve peace In bright but biting weather with a blue car rug around his feel and a bubbletop canopy above his head Pope Paul rode for nearly two hours from the airport to mid Manhattan on the streets were up to 50 deep Thousands looked on from hillsides apartments and office skyscrapers Helicopters roared above the 30car motor Through Queens and its heav ily Jewish areas through Ne gro Harlem and Spanish East Harlem through German York ville the pontiff proceeded amid the crush of spectators to the cathedral at Fifth Avenue and 51st Street the tumult of the welcome keeping pace with the speed of the motorcade He waved and smiled at the throng Many among the spec tators had waited all night for a glimpse of the Pope Some had bedrolls At Ihe cathedral the onlookers surged against po lice barricades The Pope walked up the cathedral steps to the sound ot organ music nnd chimes He kuelt iu prayer in the cathedral then with upraised hands blessed the crowd Pope Paul told the gathering within the cathedral Today we feel a common with you because we are here in your city and your country Asking you Tor your prayer ful support oC our message for pence we extend to all of you and to your dcir ones at home Reds launch moon probe MOSCOW ffl The Soviet Union launched a space rocket containing an automatic station toward the moon a broadcast Tass dispatch said Monday The probe was designated as Luna 7 Tass said the launching was by a multistage rocket Tass said the station weighs 1506 kilograms 3 313 pounds The final stage had been put in advance on an intermediary orbit of a satellite of the earth and then in accordance with a present program put the auto matic station into the trajectory its movement toward the jiass 5sidif Tass said the last stage of the rocket was put into a parking satellite orbit and then the auto matic station was launched to ward the moon The automatic station Luna 7 is moving on a trajectory which is close to the prescribed one Tass said The automatic station was equipped with telemetering measuring and instruments other scientific The term automatic space sta tion normally means the device is unmanned It was expected the Russians again would try to make a soft landing on the moon with the station in a trial run for a manned moon flight It was the third Soviet moon shot this year The other two were launched in the same way There was no immediate men tion in the Tass account of an attempt for a soft lunar landing The Russians apparently de cided after Luna 5 crashed on the moon May 12 not to again announce in advance that a sof landing would be tried Luna June 6 missed the moon in Protest set by Negroes in Natchez NATCHEZ AP i CharlesEvers state field secre tary of the NAACP said Ne roes would demonstrate here again Monday despite the arrest of 409 civil rights workers in weekend demonstrations Police arrested 103 in the first of three attempted marches to the City Hall Sunday Evers urned some 500 Negroes back after they ran into a police bar ricade the second and times both after dark third If all goes well Luna 7 wouk be expected to reach the moon Thursday night East Germans end special wall passes BERLIN AP East Ger many cut off special wall passes for West Berliners Mon day A West Berlin spokesman said the Reds also apparently had turned down an invitation to hold further talks on the issue of an extension to a nowlapsed general pass agreement The developments left Wesl Berliners without passes to go to East Berlin on such hardship occasions as family funerals ant serious illnesses Some 35XX West Berliners passed through the Communist wall with specia passes during the past year Also left in doubt was the is sue of whether an apparently hardening EastWest stalemat over the pass extension issue could be broken in time fo Christmas season passes The Reds have issued Christmas sea son passes for the past tw years t North Iowa Weather outlook Pertly cloudy MM Monday and Tuesday Lows Monday nifht in mid 4fe TwMday near 71 Weather details on 2 The number jailed including a few whites reached 409 with 19 pickets arrested Friday and 16 pickets and 271 marchers picked up Saturday Most of those arrested have been taken to the state prison farm at Parchman 200 miles to the north Police said those 12 years old and older would be held at Parchman to await trial The marchers were charged with parading without a permit The pickets were charged with contempt of court Chancellor Curtis Collins last Thursday issued an order pro hibiting both the NAACP and the Ku Klux Klan from any ac tion that might increase racial tensions in Natchez City offi cials asked for the order Evers said Negroes would contiune marching until the city ranted their demands which ncluded school desegregation nd the hiring of Negro police men Each of the marches started rom the1 B e u 1 a h Baptist hurch None got farther than the aged the sick and the chil dren in a special mannerour paternal apostolic blessing The first applause and shouts of welcome greeted Pope Paul as he stepped from his airliner at John F Kennedy Airport It landed at am EOT From the spiritual city of peace the Popo said he brought his petition of concilia tion to the terrestrial city of peace sought by the United Nations Their meeting is most mar ivclous he told statesmen and prelates assembled to greet him Justice and peace have kissed one anothec May God grant that this be for man kinds greater good Waves of applause and ex cited calls broke out as UN SecretaryGeneral U Thant es corted the Pope along a red carpet to a low scarlet carpeted platform for his re marks Greetings to you America ic said in incisive English The first pope to set foot upon our land blesses you with all lis heart He praised this country so ree so strong so industrious 0 full of wonders and he ac laimed the United Nations as that greatest of all internation 1 organizations He came he said to give his upport to its permanency and s development in preserving peace It was an urgent cause in a strifetorn world but his recep tion was a festival joy Crowds pressed around him stretching out their hands even as he departed the tightly re stricted airport for his 24mile Mexicans see Pope PONTIFF AT ASSEMBLY Pope Paul VI sits before rostrum at the United Nations General Assembly before address to the world body Seated at rostrum are UN Secretary General U Thant wo blocks Police Chief J Indonesian army controls Jakarta T Robinson met the first wave of Sundays marchers two blocks from the hurch and asked them to dis perse He said Youre pa ading without a permit No ermit has been asked No per mit has been issued A Negro minister leading the group replied Chief all we would like to do is goto jail and pray for our people you have ts our constitutional right Then the marchers knelt for a rayer When they got to their eet Robinson said We think the place to pray is in church He placed them under arrest Evers led the night marches When they were stopped by Robinson and asked to disperse Evers said We feel this is our basic constitutional right We have been denied the right to picket and protest We would appreciate it if you wouldstep aside We want to go to the City Hall and pray for our people in jail However the marchers went back to the church Evers and some of the others arrested earlier were released when they posted bonds KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia Jakarta said Monday that the Indonesian army is now in firm control of Jakar ta but added there are reports of Communist activity in other parts of the country The broadcast gave no details of the Red activity Indonesian observers in Kuala Lumpur said Communist paramilitary units who are believed to have been supplied arms from Red China could be preparing to take on army units loyal to thegovern ment Associated Press correspond ent Antoine Yared reported from Jakarta that there were fears rebel troops from central Java would attack the capital President Sukarno in a broad cast Sunday said he was firm ly in charge and the leader ship of the army at the momeni is directly under me Sukarnos broadcast was his first public statement since a revolutionary council led by an officer in the presidents pal ace guard attempted to seize akarta reported to Singapore lat Suharto and another right ving general Maj Gen Prarrio o appeared to be in control in he capital but that Sukarno was rying to reduce their power to redress the balance For years Sukarno has played ntiCommunist military lead rs off against the Communists iut in recent months he had ap peared to listen more and more o the Reds In a later broadcast message ukarno 64 appealed for unity of the armed forces so that the air force and army will not clash with each other He also said accusations that he air force was involved in the power on Thursday Radio Jakarta also confirmed that six army generals had been killed in the uprising It did no identify them but they were be lieved to include the army chic of staff Lt Gen Achmad Yani However Radio Modan in So matra reported Gen Abdu Haris Nasution the armed fore es chief and defense minister was safe at the headquarters o Maj Gen Suharto British Embassy sources coup attempt were not true In a broadcast made while the rebels held Jakarta radio last week the air force commander Air Vice Marshall Omar Dhani was listed as a member of the revolutionary council A state ment broadcast by Jakarta ra dio Sunday said Dhani had re tracted an earlier statement giving support to the rebels It was not known under what circumstances Sukarno made his broadcasts Monitors in Kuala Lumpur said his first an nouncement did not appear to have been taped but the second one did The Jakarta military com mand issued an order calling on all who were given arms by the rebels to turn these in within three days or face death Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 9101112 Sports 1314 Latest markets 1617 Comics 18 North Iowa news 20 Clear Lake news21 Classified pages 2223 Nine die in Minnesota MINNEAPOLIS AP Nine persons died on Minnesota high ways last weekend to raise the 1965 motor vehicle fatality toll to 589 That is 35 under the total a year ago The latest reported victim was Donald P Croenke 30 of Minneapolis who was killed Sunday when his car left a Carver County road west of Waconia and overturned Pliotofax and General Assembly President Fanfani of Italy See other pictures Page 22 Lyndon Pope in conference NEW YORK Johnson said Monday after a 50 minute private meeting with Pope Paul VI that the papal vis it may be just what the world needs to get us thinking of how to achieve peace Both Johnson and the Roman Catholic pontiff talked to five re porters after their session and the Pope said he was very hap py that the discussion revolved about a mutual desire to work for peace The two had met in the presi dential suite of the tightly guarded Waldorf Astoria Hotel for the historic first meeting of a President and Pope on Amer ican soil The Pope went to the hotel from St Patricks Cathedral Mason City woman killed A Mason City woman Mrs Adeline Sullivan 64 244 5tn SE was killed and a 17yearold Rudd girl injured in a headon crash Saturday evening on High way 18 about onehalf mile east of the Mason City limits Injured was Betty Darter daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter William Darter Rudd She was listed in good condition Sun day at Mercy Hospital in Mason City where she is being treated for multiple injuries A charge of improper passing was filed against the Darter girl Mrs an office secre tary at St Joseph Rectory in Mason City was dead on arrival at Mercy hospital A widow Mrs Sullivan was killed when her car and one driven by Miss Darter crashed virtually headon just east of Taylor Bridge at about 6 pm Investigating officers said the collision occurred as Miss Dar ter attempted to pass another vehicle Both women were alone in their cars Marion Neeley St Ansgar told officers that the Darter car was attempting to pass him Both cars were going east The Sullivan auto was traveling west into Mason City Neeley said that he saw the crash coming and pulled his auto onto the south shoulder The Darter and Sullivan cars collided in the left lane of traf fic Both autos were completely demolished The Impact of the crash spun the Sullivan car around and both autos were headed in a north easterly direction after the ACCIDENT Ploose turn to Pago 2 escorted by Ambassador Lloyd Hand state department chief of protocol and was greeted by Johnson at the cream and gold painted door of the 35th floor suite The President then escorted the Pontiff through a large foy er into a sitting room where their private conference was to be lick Hours before the Pope arrived at the Waldorf a heavy guard of secret service men plain clothes and uniformed police men surrounded the hotel Po lice were stationed on nearby roofs including that of St Bar tholomews Episcopal Church across the street Shortly before 11 am pedes trians were barred from the sidewalks on the 49th and 50th street sides of the hotel and hundreds were already crowd ing the barricades across the street About noon a red carpet was rolled out from the lobby of the 50lh street entrance and spread onto the sidewalk The entrance was flanked with two huge cop per flowerpots holding chrysan themums in yellow and white the Papal colors Hotel employes crowded against windows overlooking the entrance but were ordered away by police The windows of the large sit ting room used for the confer ence were draped with heavy gold brocade and one of the many bouquets in the room was of yellow and white flowers MEXICO CITY Tens of thousands of Mexicans were slued to television sets Monday watching a live trans mission of the arrival of Pope Paul VI in New York The special transmission was scheduled for a 14hour showing It was not the first time Mexican television networks had hooked up to United States networks for live trans missions but it probably is the longest officials said Mexicos 40 million cititens are about 90 per cent Roman Catholic motorcade into the heart of the metropolis Police spaced at 20 feet held back the throng Children waved and bands played He started in an open car but after about 10 minutes the pro cession halted and he shifted to a limousine with a clear plastic top apparently because of the chill weather Over his white cassock the Pope wore a short crimson cape a white embroidered zuchetto on his head He waved and smiled to affectionate swarms along the way The stirring crosstown mo torcade came after formal air port greetings from top officials of government church and the United Nations Among those present were Secretary of State Dean Rusk New York Gov Nelson A Rock efeller Italys Amintore Fan fani president of the UN Gen eral Assembly and Francis Cardinal Spellman archbishop of New York It was the end of a 4280mile ninehour flight for the Pope but he appeared rested and fresh He waved to the crowd then descended the ramp slow ly and shook hands with the welcoming party For his brief talk he donned POPE Please Turn to Page 2 SAME   

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