Mason City Globe Gazette, October 14, 1965

Mason City Globe Gazette

October 14, 1965

View full page Start A Free Trial!

Issue date: Thursday, October 14, 1965

Pages available: 22

Previous edition: Wednesday, October 13, 1965

Next edition: Friday, October 15, 1965

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About Mason City Globe GazetteAbout NewspaperArchive.com

Publication name: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Pages available: 311,935

Years available: 1901 - 1994

Learn more about this publication
  • 2.08+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's largest newspaper archive now!
Start your genealogy search now!
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Mason City Globe Gazette, October 14, 1965

All text in the Mason City Globe Gazette October 14, 1965, Page 1.

Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1965, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that makes all North lowons neighbors Edition VOL 10S MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 14 WS UOc Consists of Two AuocUled Press Ful Lease Wirei No 210 rights demands Discuss ending of racial discord in Natchez Photofax ALMOST GETS LOST Trying to select a pumpkin to make a Halloween jackolantern little threeyearold Dickie Messick hes the one with himself allat sea among the autumn harvest The boy son of Dr and Mrs Richard Messick of Moorestown N J finally made his selection Weather slows Cuban exodus KEY WEST Fla UP weather stymied the exodus of Cuban refugees Thursday while Washing ton and Havanadickered over terms for systematic movement of thousands Four Cuban exiles bound for their homeland were picked up by the 209foot Panamanian vessel Titan after their small boat was Reveal 3 Nobel winners Awards to Frenchmen STOCKHOLM AP Three rench professors Francois Ja ob Andre Lwoff and Jacques rtonod Thursday jointly were warded the 1965 Nobel Prize or physiology and medicine The Royal Caroline Institute medical college faculty which warded the prize said the rench trio of the Pasteur In titule Paris received the ward for their discoveries con cerning the genetic control o enzyme andvirus The first of four to e awarded here within two year is worth 282 XX crowns Jacob is the youngest of the hree He was born in 1920 Mo nod was born in 1910 and Lwofi n 1902 Jacob is professor of cellular gentics at College de France is professor of microbiol y at Sorbonne University anc Monod is professor of metabolic hemistry at the Faculte des Sciences all in Paris Jacob Lwoff and Monod have ontributed to knowledge of the undamental processes in living matter They are representa ives of three different branches f biological microbiology and biochemistry battered by heavy waves some 25 miles off the Flor ida coast The exiles were transferred to a Coast Guard cutter and hand ed over to immigration officials at Islamorada in the Florida Keys A Coast Guard spokes man said they apparently had been headed far Cuba to pick up relatives Only one small boat braved the tossing Gulf Stream to put out from the Cuban port of Ga marioca Wednesday It was the 30foot Mistral with 23 refugees At least 10 small boats carry ing more than 200 Cubans from their homeland have left Ca marioca and sailed to Florida since Prime Minister Fidel Cas tro opened the doors A possibility developed that Castro might free political pris oners who are in jail because they oppose his regime The State Department report ed Wenesday that Castro hatJ replied to the latest US note on movement of the refugees with out flatly turning down a pro posalthat political prisoners be among the first to leave Thats a surprise said one US official I didnt imagine he would give it a second thought Castro accepted US propos als that immediate relatives of refugees already in the United States to be the first to leave But the proposal that political prisoners be next requires fur ther talks said Marshall Wright State Department press officer Aside from the humanitarian consideration that these people been in jail for years the United States would like to see them freed because of their val ue another official said December draft quota at 45224 WASHINGTON AP The Defense Department requestec Thursday a draft quota of 4522 men in December the bigges quota since the Korean War This compares with 36600 called for in the Novembe quota The Marine Corps which re sumed draft calls in the Novem quota requested 5024 men for December The Armys share of the De cember quota is 40200 The Navy which had request ed 4600 men in the Novembe quota made no request for De cember The Air Force as ha been its custom also requestee no inductees The Army procurement ob jectivefor enlisted men with n prior military service in De cember is 47900 of whom40 200 will come from the drafl The Marine nopriorservice pro curement objective is 8424 wit 5024 coming from the draft The latest announced quot brings the total of draftees sine September 1950 to 3243324 North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday night with showers ending lews in mid Fri day mostly fair and cooler in upper Weather details on page 2 S NATCHEZ Miss City of ficials and Negro leaders Thurs day discussedways to put into effect new civil rights agree ments aimed at ending racial discord Mayor John Nosser signed an agreement Wednesday night granting most civil rights de mands and Negro leaders in turn pledged to end demonstra tions pending further settle ments The cily concessions included more Negro policemen deseg regation of the local hospital upgrading Negro employes in area stores formation of a bira ciaT committee and appointment of a Negro to the school board Nosser and civil rights forces worked out the agreements in a City Hall conference while a handful of Ku Klux Klansmen wailed quietly outside Charles Evcrs state field director for the National Asso ciation forthe Advancement of Colored People later told a Ne gro rally of the provisions and said I believe they are sinc ere He called the concessions the first steps toward freedom His audience packed into a church expressed both surprise and joy Some shouted Free dom freedom The night before Evcrs led GOO Negroes in a march after they rejected cily civil rights offers as only more words Negroes have been seeking official action on their demands since spring Eversv said the new city agreements included the hiring of six Negro policemen in addi tion to the two already on the force He said the hospital had al ready started desegregating its facilities with two Negro women admitted In an allwhite mater nity ward He said complete desegregation of the facility was promised by the end of the year The cily agreed In appoint a Negro school hoard member when a vacancy comes in March 196G A biracial commiltcc will be formed in efforts to solve any further grievances Evers said 19 Natchez area stores have hired Negro clerks and others promised to upgrade Iheir Negro employes However he said an economic boycott would continue He said a federally financed antipoverly program would begin immediately Evers called on IHe Negro community to register as vot ers saying responsibility goes with freedom TRY TO BOARD RUSES State policeman tries to catch two Negro girls as they make a clash through police lines in an Photofax otner daily attempt by Negro demonstrators to get on school buses with white pupils I Soy Reds planned I coup try JAKARTA AP A Jakarta ewspapcr has accused the Communist Chinese intelligence agency of masterminding the attempted coup in Indonesia The newspaper Karya Bhak in a playoriwords said Thursday there are two CIAs American Central Intelli ence Agency and the Chinese intelligence Agency The newspaper said the Chi riese agency provided the Sept 0 rebels with plenty of arms and also plenty of money It attributed its story to eompe ent sources It was the first time a Jakarta newspaper has made a flat ac cusation against the Communist Chinese Jakarta newspapers were al lowed to resume publication aft er the coup was crushed by the army but it is believed they are under the armys supervision Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 789 Clear Lake news 1011 Sports 1314 North Iowa news IS Latest markets 16 Mason Ciry news 1617 Resistance stiff Comics CubGazette 18 22 Heavy fighting in delta SAIGON South Viet Nam US casualties in the action AP Heavy fighting broke out in the Mekong River delta during the night arid thousands of US combat troops com pleted giant sweeps north of Saigon and in the central high lands a US military spokes man reported Thursday The spokesman said a large government force suffered moderate casualties in the delta battle 95 miles southwest of Saigon near Can Tho The 44th Vietnamese ranger battal ion met stiff resistance from an estimated 500 Viet Cong Iowa draft quota 700 DES MOINES AP About 700 Iowa young men will be needed to fill the states Decem ber Selective Service quota un der an increased national call Col Glenn Bowles Iowa direct or of the service said Thursday The Defense Department has requested 45224 men for ber This is the biggest mdhlhlyjthe arm and was waiting to be quota since the Korean War and compares with 36600 called for Associated pher Huynh Vietnamese Press photogra Thanh My 29 a was killed in the November Bowles said the December call means that some married lo wans without children will face induction But he added wheth er married men will be drafted not be de number of in December could termined until the single men available draft is known for the evacuated when Communist guerrillas overran the position He was shot in the neck Vietnamese sources said 60 Viet Cong were killed in Ihc fighl but US authorities con firmed only seven dead The US spokesman said the ranger battalion was reinforced by at least four other battalions and they came under almosi continuous fire during the night were described as light Remaining elements of the US 1st Cavalry Division Air nobile encountered sporadic nipcr fire Wednesday night as hey ended their big operation n Ihe cenlral highlands and be jan withdrawing to Iheir base camp at An Khc 260 miles northeast of Saigon Between 12000 and 14000 US and Vietnamese troops took part in the offensive that began last Sunday These included 8 000 of the 1st Cavalry Division Thirtyfour Viet Cong were reported killed and 100 suspects were captured US losses were described as light The spokesman said the num ber of dead Viet Cong was not substantial and it was appar ent that the enemy had chosen billion appropriation bill given approval of House WASHINGTON AP The House quickly approved Thurs day a compromise appropriation bill to finance construction of public works projects across the nation The action was taken on a voice vote after HouseSenate conferees reached agreement on a bill The measuregoes to the Senate The compromise figure com pares with ap proved by the House 589000 granted by the Senate and originally sought by the administration About half of the to the Atomic Energy Commission for its work in the fiscal year which started last July 1 The bill lso includes funds for Ihc Army Engineers Re clamation Bureau Panama Can al St Lawrence Seaway Devel opment Corp Tennessee Valley Authority and the Delaware River Basin Commission o flee rather than fight He said ntelligence reports indicated a argc Viet Cong force had been n the area But the air cavalrys com mander Maj Gen Harry Kin nard said the operation was a success because it was more a measure of pacification than an attempt to kill large numbers of Viet Cong Kinnard said the area the Suai Ca Valley 25 miles north east of An Khe had been Drought under government in luence for the first time since he war began Troops of the 173rd Airborne Brigade supported by Austra lian soldiers ended another big search operation in the Iron Triangle 30 miles northwest of Saigon An Australian spokes Stiff tax bite will face lowans By WILLIAM L EBERLINE DES MOINES rather stiff tax bite is coming up next year for Mr and Mrs Average Ipwan as a result of action by the 1965 legislature Much of the bite however will be in nibbles so small as to be scarcely felt This is either bad or good de pending on how you look at things The beginning of state income tax withholding Jan 1 will take the biggest chunk of the family paycheck The withholding system even tually will make the payment of slate income taxes more pain less than ever before But for 1966 it means paying 1965 and 1966 taxes in the same year At the same time Mr Aver age lowan will be paying the higher cigaretlc and gasoline taxes which went into effect last July If he goes on a trip he al so must pay sales tax on his hotel or motel room rent and chances are good that hell also have to dig up more local pro perty tax How much will all this cost him Its impossible to tell ex actly because hundreds of fac tors could influence any individ ual case To see how state taxes might affect him however lets take a hypothetical case Mr Average lowan is married and has two children He works but his wife docs not He earns a average says the State Tax Commission for an Iowa wage earner Under the withholding sched ule tentatively approved by the Slalc Tax Commissionihis em ploycr will withhold a week starting next Jan 1 That means a total of would be with held during 1966 At the same time in the first half of the year hell have to dig up enough money to pay his tax on his 1965 income Say he itemizes his expenses anc can claim enough doctor bills interest payments other taxes conlributions andthe like to make his tax That means TAXES Pleate turn te Page 2 Support given in bus feud Scrimmage is failure CRAWFORDVILLE Ga AP demonstrators tried to un through police lines Thurs day to board buses with white children and when they failed hey got support for their civil rights drive when Negro pupils n nearby Lincolnton joined the The latest demonstrations came after pledges by civil rights leaders that the football scrimmage type attempts to board buses would halted More than 200 Negro pupils marched out of their school at Lincolnton to join a boycott to protest school conditions and token integration in rural Geor gia counties The demonstration directed by the Southern Christian Lead ership Conference was an off shoot of the civil rights drive at Crawfordville The Lincolnton demonstration came shortly after new at empts to board school buses iere State troopers chased and ackled at least five Negro ouths who suddenly made a lash for the yellow buses as two ther groups picketed in front of lolice lines One trooper fell to he pavement in front of a bus md narrowly escaped the front wheels The bus jerked to a halt vithin two feet of the officer The running attempt after a civil rights attorney told ederal judges in a hearing at Augusta that such demonstra ions would be discontinued The court is considering the Taliaferro County dispute over he busing of all white pupils to thcr counties to avoid integra ion Cong fortifica arca had been man said Viet lions in the smashed Previously 84 Viet Cong had been reported killed and 115 captured in the jungle area on the fringe of the Viet Congs Zone D B52 bombers hammered the from Guam 40squaremile area twice before the operation was launched last week The US spokesman said the bomb ers devastated much of the terrain and damaged or de stroyed 15 huts used by the Vie Cong The fourth B52 raid in one week was made in the area to day but there was no assess ment of damage Two US Navy landing craf collided Wednesday night in the Da Nang River at Da Nang 380 miles north of Saigon One American was killed and 11 in jurcd one seriously My was the second AP pho lographcr to die in Viet Nam within two weeks Bernard Kolcnbcrg on leav from the Albnny NY Times Union and on assignment fo The Associated Press wa killed Oct 2 Leading j salesman penned up S When the top 10 salesmen in he Jerry Rabiner Memorial Boys Ranch boostercard cam aign were presented in the Hotel Hanford Wednesday night one couldnt be present He is Fred Watts Fort Madi son who sold more than in jooster cards to support the Fort Dodge ranch Alfred Buchner Britt chair man of the campaign explained Watts is an inmate and editor of the Presidio magazine at the state penitentiary in Fort Madi ion The sales winners were an nounced at the Iowa State Po licemens Assn convention which ended Wednesday night Story on Page 16 SAME It BMri ;

RealCheck