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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                boy is killed Crashes on curve MARBLE ROCK A 16 yearold Marble Rock boy was killed and two companions were injured Tuesday afternoon when the car in which they were rid ing crashed on a curve at the north edge of Marble Rock Dead is Allen Chambers son of Mr and Mrs John Cham bers rural Marble Rock In jured were Thomas Standt and Steven Harms both 16 and both from rural Marble Rock Chambers and Harms were passengers in a car driven by Staudt Investigating officers said Staudt apparently lost con trol of the car on a sharp curve on a county blacktop and it went off the road rolling over several times in the ditch Staudt was Charged with fail lire to have control of his auto mobile by Highway Patrolman Bon Harris New Hampton The Staudt auto was headed south into Marble Rock at the time of the accident Chambers was rushed lo a hospital in Charles City but died of injuries about an hour after the accident Staudt suf fered cuts and facia lacera tions Harms suffered a con cussion and cuts Funeral services for Cham bers will be held Friday at 2 pm at the Marble Rock Methodist Church Burial will be in Sunnyside Memory Gar denes Charles City with the Hauser Funeral Home Charles City in charge of arrange ments Survivors include his par ents two brothers John L Waterloo and Lyle at home a sister Mrs Beverly Field Rudd paternal grandfather C G Chambers Marble Rock and maternal grandmother Mrs Hattie Jones Minnewau kan ND Chambers was a junior in Rockford High School Blue Ribbon giving set at Blue Ribbon Beef Inc is the second firm to report in the United Fund pacesetter cam paign with total gifts of Although only 42 of the firms employes are Mason City resi dents 58 took part in the em ploye campaign with an aver age gift of Employe con tributions were 575584 and ad vance gifts were Blue Ribbon isa new firm and with the exception of a firm gift contributions are al most a total gain over last year Were absolutely thrilled with this showing by abusiness in Red Cross Red Feather now together Start United Fund clash with Fort Dodge Page 28 its first year of operation said Robert M St Clair Jr gen eral campaign chairman It shows such a sense of community responsibility that Blue Ribbons peremploye giv ing already is far above that of many firms that have been here many years The GlobeGazette was the first pacesetter firm reporting with a total and em ploye giving with an average per person There are six pacesetter groups which launched their United Fund drives early to test campaign methods and get the giving pace Britt man 34 killed in New Jersey BRITT Harold L Berven 34 Britt was killed Tuesday in North Bergen N J The tractortrailer he was driving for Ellsworth Truck Line Eagle Grove left the road and hit a utility pole He was killed instantly It is thought he was trying to avoid a collision with a car ahead of him when he swerved off the road Born at Riceland Minn Berven attended Buffalo Center High School He was a veteran of the Korean War Surviving are his wife Fan nie a daughter Joni Marie 3 brother Allen Berven Glen ville Minn and a sister Eu nice in California Hit Red office in Indonesia JAKARTA Indonesia About 2000 demon strators sacked a Communist youth headquarters only LOO yards from President Sukarnos Jakarta palace tVednesday and burned documents and broken furni ture in a bonfire in the rear This latest in aseries of attacks against Red moldings came as a high government official disclosed Sukarno is considering SAME DATE1H443S The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13 WS 11 Oc fl Paper Cnnsisls of Four Associated Press Full Lease Wires No 209 uban exodus mounts Viet Cong continue to elude American force AN KHE South Viet Nam AP One battalion of the US 1st Cavalry Division Air mobile remained in contact with the Viet Cong in the Suai Ca Valley of the central high lands Wednesday but the rest of the big American force was pulling out Maj Gen Harry Kinnard the commander of the division said the Communists apparently were defending their wounded and would fight until they could carry them away At last count 34 Viet Cong bodies had been counted and 93 guerrillas were captured in the fourday Operation Shiny Bayo net in the valley 25 miles north east of An Khc The Americans estimated at least 44 more Viet Cong had been killed by artil lery or air attack It was the airmobile divisions first big operation since arriv ing in Viet Nam a month ago US losses were described as light but one company of the battalion still in contact with the Viet Cong was under fire from mortars and automatic weapons all night and suffered moderate casualties The American battalions re moved large stores of captured rice soybeans peanuts and salt as they withdrew Kinnard ac knowledged that his men had not killed many Viet Cong but he said they bad taken large amounts of vital supplies from the enemy Many baskets of Viet Cong documents were also captured The field commander of Ihe operation Col Thomas Brown of West Point NY said prison ers had reported that enemy units were aware of the opera lion in advance and had been told to pull out of the area Sat urday the day before the opera lion began No contact was reported with elements of Ihe 325th Division of Ihe North Vietnamese army which had been reported opera ting in the area The Viet Cong did fight a scr ies of delaying actions and ro ceived a heavy pounding from helicopter rocket ships and ar tillery Shiny Bayonet was considered more of a pacification attempt than a search and kill operation Kinnard said He said a civil affairs unit would be moved into the area immediately and a dis trict chief would be appointed He emphasized that American troops would be close at hand should the Viet Cong return to the valley There was no official wnrcl of what happened lo three battal ions of Vietnamese army troops whose mission was lo cnlnr from the high end of the valley Two Vietnamese marine battal ions did reach their dcstinalion and were in contact with the Americans Three hundred refugees were taken to a nearby refugee camp and will be relocated Paratroopers of the US 173rd Airborne Brigade continued their search operation plans to establish a new In donesia Communist party and may reappraise Indo nesias relations with Red hina The target of the day was the raditional gathering place for Communist sponsored street demonstrationsin the past arid offices of a number of Commu nistdominated youth organiza tions The demonstrators stormed he hall and smashed its win dows and furniture Regular army troops posted nearby watched without interfering The high government official n reporting Sukarno was con sidering plans to establish a new party not bent toward Peking ndicated Indonesia and Red China still will follow the same policy of opposition to the West The official said thereis com pete understanding between Sukarno and Gen Abdul Haris Nasution the defense minister and chief of staff of the armed orces on the ideaof a new Communist party based on Indonesian selfinterest The official added the present Communist party leadership will be dropped Sukarno and Nasution met ast Sunday for an hour for the irst time since an attempted coup Oct 1 The official indicated that Sii carno had given his tacit ap Droval to the armys current antiCommunist campaign He said Sukarno will not object to he campaign as long as the demonstrations are not followed y assassination Reports have been circulating n Jakarta that Sukarno was objecting to the army crack down on the Communists for heir involvement in the coup attempt in which six army gen erals and a lieutenant were dlled The official said Sukarno did not condemn the Communist party T the PK1 in order to avoid bloodshed and economic collapse The Communists con rot the countrys biggest labor federation Sobsi RINGALONG SET BELLEVILLE 111 AP A ringalong with the Belleville Philharmonic Orchestra has seen scheduled for the first con cert Oct 31 The audience has een invited to bring bells to ring during the coronation in Boris Godunov suit from accident LINCOLN Neb AP An Iowa couple injured in a sky lift midway accident at the Ne braska State Fair Sept 5 filed damage suits totaling in US District Court Wednes day Joseph Hoer 39 Crescent asked and his wife Vir ginia 38 Named sued for defendants were State Board of Agriculture op erator of the fair Supreme Rides Inc and W T Collins Shows Inc Both suits alleged negligence on the part of the defendants Hocr said he was riding in a gondola car in the sky lift ride when it collapsed He saidhe was violently thrown about in the air He alleged severe injuries lo neck back ribs and head which he said will result in some permanent partial disability In her suit Mrs Hoer said she suffered severe injuries lo her face head chest neck hip pelvis left leg and back and internal injuries which will result in some permanent par tial disability and disfigure ment Major fight is reported NEW DELHI India reported Wednesday a major battle between regular troops of the Indian and Pakistani armies in the mounlains of Kashmir It claimed at leasl 80 Paki slanis were killed The Defense Minislry said in a communique the Pakistanis launched a massive attack with more than a battalion of troops Monday on Indian posi tions six miles northwest of Tangdhar area of Tithwal sec tor in west central Kashmir A Pakistani unit probably of 600 men or more attacked three times but were beaten back the communique said head for the Keys Loaded with 94 refugees KEY WEST Fla AP The US Coast Guard cutlers Cape Shoalwalcr and Lamar steamed to Key West Wednesday loaded with 94 more refugees and the exodus of people from Commu nist Cuba continued to grow in proportion The Cape Shoalwater picked up 24 exiles rescued from a sinking 18foot boat in the chop py Florida Straits which sepa rale Cuba from Florida The cutler also was towing another boat carrying 28 refugees The Lamar followed the noalwaler in with another 42 ubans aboard Along with the two cutters ame the fishing boat Conchila ilotcd by six Cubans out of Mi mi and carrying 20 additional cfugecs Elsewhere in the rough wa ers other Coast Guard patrol hips were towing disabled craft carrying seasick refugees ind running down reports that nore boats were on the way Stormy weather in Ihe area oC Camarioca Castros refugee exit point had slowed the mi gration hut one Cuban aboard the Shoalwater said thousands were ready to leave when it could be arranged The Coast Guard cutter Cape Darby brought 39 seasick refu gees into Key West Tuesday See related story Page 14 BIG MAN IN APPLE VALE Jimmy Scran ton became the most popular kid in theApple Vale section of Dover NH when his Air Force dad built this model of a German Fokker plane of World War I vintage for his sons 10th birthday T Sgt Stuart WfylgSTiSK rhotofTx Scranton made craft taxi with 3 hp motor from lawn mower and installed twoway radio Propeller doesnt turn lest it injure Jimmys pals or FOCUS on North Iowa Pick top corn pickers By CHARLES W WALK North News Director CLARION Aaron Bowman would have been proud of a couple of his Wright County farmers here Tuesday Bowman 1 o n gtime Wrighl County extension director who was killed along with his wife in a cartrain accident near here a month ago had worked many long hours preparing for the 1965 Iowa State Mechanical Corn Picking Contest on the Bert ONeel farm JV4 miles north of here Tuesday two Wright County farmers won divisions in the contest The hometown winners in the was dedicated to the Cleo Bis grove and Larry Taylor The lo cal winners shared honors with Dan Coulter a Tama County farmer from near Reinbeck who won his third consecutive pick ing title An estimated 4000 persons were on hand to see Bisgrove win ther corn Taylor lake division and third tworow A tolal of peted in the the contest sored by the combine division the pickcrshcllcr Coulter win his division 20 farmers com three divisions of which was spon WMT stations Ce Neuromuscular condition faces Henry Wallace WASHINGTON Vice President Henry A Wal lace has been described as suf fering from a ncuromuscular condition which weakens vari ous muscles of the body but does not affect his ability to think A statement issued by the Na tional Institute of Health Tues day said Wallace is in excellent spirits and good condition Wallace 77 entered the NIH Sept 30 and the statement said he underwent a minor operation last week lo clear up a weak ness in swallowing Hike auto insurance rates DBS MOINES buying auto insurance in com panies represented by two na tional rating organizations start ed paying higher rates on new policies Wednesday The rate boosts averaging nearly 19 per cent on liability insurance and 12 per cent for collision fire and theft were an nounced Tuesday with the ap proval of the Iowa Insurance De partment Motorists presently insured will not be affected until their policies come up for renewal The increases were announced by the National Bureau of Cas ualty Underwriters and Nation al Automobile Underwriters As sociation They said the substantial and continued rising cost of paying for injuries and property dam age from traffic accidents made the rate boosts necessary Arnold Smith Iowa deputy in surance commissioner said the rating organizations usually set the pattern in car insurance rates They represent a group of large stock insurance com panies mostly based in New v York Connecticut and Penn sylvania They do not include numerous Iowa based and other mutual and independent companies which handle most of their car insurance business in Iowa al though such companies could boost rates also The approved rale increases do not apply equally to all no but the National Bureau of Casualty Underwriters said lia bility insurance rales for basic INSURANCE turn to 2 dar Rapids and Forl Dodge in cooperation with the Clarion Junior Chamber of Commerce Closest competition in three divisions came in the pickersheller division In that class Taylor 25 edged defend ing champion Dclmcr Stewart West Union by 74 points Tay lor competing in his firsl con test scored 6890 points lo 6816 points for Stewart Taylor has been farming for only six years He operates 240 acres including 200 acres of corn Taylor used a New Idea picker wilh a 315 corn attach ment as his contest machine Like the winners in the olher Iwo divisions Taylor will repre senl Iowa in the National Corn Picking Contest at Adrian Mich Oct 2021 Bisgrove also had to defeat a defending champion to win his corn combine litle He scored 8073 points lo 7588 points for defending champion Lee Thurn Edgcwooti Third place in that division went to another Wrighl County farmer L o r e n Michaelson Goldfield Fourth was Lloyd Plctcher Kanawha and Amos Sann Clarion was fifth Bisgrove 42 has been farm ing 22 years He currently op erates 440 acres of which200 are in corn This also was Ihe first time Bisgrove had com peted in a state contest He used an Oliver fourrow combine for his contest ma chine Coulter won his third straight tworow division title by defeat ing Norman Teyton Dows Coul ter 32 scored 9489 points lo 9379 points for Teyton Third place was won by Dale Cochran Eagle Grove and Lloyd Larscn Humboldt and Everett Braun Grafton were fourth and fifth respectively Coulter used Iho same rna AllisCha which he won his first contests He has been farming for seven years in Tama County and pres ently operates 255 acres The there contest winners had to share the spotlight Tuesday with Gov Harold Hughes and Sen Jack Miller In his remarks Miller charged that American farmers in gen eral and Iowa farmers in par ticular are not receiving a fair share of the countrys economic growth American taxpayers should not complain and American farmers should not apologize for government farm programs Miller said These have helped FOCUS Please turn to Page 2 Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 678 Comics10 Clear Lake news 1617 Sports 1920 Latest markets 28 Mason City news 2829 North Iowa news 31 Classified pages 333435 Exgovernor to be new federal judge WASHINGTON Presi dent Johnson announced Wednesday from his hospital suite lhat he intends to nomi nate former Wisconsin Gov John W Reynolds 41 lo a fed eral judgcship in that slate Reynolds governor in 1963 and 1964 will be nominated lo succeed Kenneth P Grubb re tired as a judge for the East ern District A W A VE FOR KRI ENDS Cuban Tefligees on the stern of a coast guard cutter wave to Cuban exiles on the shore as the cutler pulled into Key Wednesday morning light aflcr fourand fivefoot waves threatened to swamp their boats Most of them were elderly Some children were aboard also Eight crewmen who picked up the 39 in Cuba remained wilh Iheir craft although they had to be lowed into porl One of the eight said that at least 10 boats were waiting at Camarioca to ferry refugees to Florida The Coast Guard said it had slopped and warned at least 40 boats leaving the Florida coast thai the trip was illegal Few turned back There was no estimalc on how many have slipped pasl the busy cullers unnoticed A US Welfare Department official in Washington estimated lhat 42500 refugees will come to Florida before the end of next June Dr Ellen Winston commis sioner of welfare said in testi mony made public Tuesday that 2500 were expected this month and 5000 a month for the rest of the year Gov Haydon Burns of Florida mcl wilh State Department offi cials and expressed fear lhat the wave of refugees may renew the massive dislocations that hit south Florida during the first exodus in 1952 Me asked that refugees be re quired lo agree to resettlement as a precondition for being ac cepted The United Slates is still negotiating with the Cuban gov ernment for a system of orderly movement of exiles One of the refugees who ar rived Tuesday night Horatio Martinez said he didnt know he would be able to leave until Hie secret service knocked on his door in Havana late Monday night He said ho was given one hour to collect what he wanted to take Everything else was seized he said NorthIowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and warmer with increasing southerly winds Wednesday night and Thursday Wednesday night in low Highs Thurs day in low to mid 70s Weather details on V   

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