Mason City Globe Gazette, October 18, 1965

Mason City Globe Gazette

October 18, 1965

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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 18, 1965, Mason City, Iowa Four youths slain LAUREL Md AP Four children of a former Kansas congressman were found shot in the head early Monday in j Laurel apartment State police said three were dead and the fourth died en route to a hospi L t i Officers said they were ques tioning a woman about the shooting The victims were the children of Denver D Hargis 44 a law yer of Vienna Va former Democratic congressman from Kansas and former mayor of Coffeyville Kan He is an area coordinator for the southwest di vision of the Economic Develop ment Administration The bodies of Sandra Hargis 12 Michael 8 and Brenda 2 were found in two bedrooms at the apartment three miles east of Laurel Debra 5 died en route to a hospital at nearbv Ft Meade Md Laurel is midway between Balljmore and Washington Arthur Marshall Jr Prince Georges County states attor ney said Monday he would pre sent the case to the new grand jury Tuesday The newspaper that makes all North Iowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 10S MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBfR It IMS OOc Cnniitli of Two AMoclated Full Lcau killed No 213 on Iowa roads Agents arrest burner k United campaign i of 667 Giving to the Mason City United Fund Monday hit 80309 for 661 per cent of the needed for support of the eight local agencies and nine national appeals dependent on the fund It was reported also that eight more groups of employes have gone over their quotas in the Unilcd Fund drive They are the workers at Plumb Supply Metalcraft Inc Wallace Hol land Kastler fe Schmitz Culli gan Soft Water Iowa Hardware Mutual InsuranceCo Food City The Borden Co and the Ccrro Gordo County Agricultur al Extension Service In the advance divisions a total of has been re ported with 642 pledges turned in out of 1009 prospects In that lotal is from the gen eral advance drive from professional advance and from national firms advance Nine of the 24 advance teams now have reached their quotas Newly added to those successful groups are general advance learns headed by Fred Heneman and C R Pearson Previously reported as over the top but in many cases still adding to their totals are the advance learns headed by George E Mendon Eel Boender Bob Schukei Ray Rorick Ralph Davenport the Rev Lavcrn Hanson and Rob crl Jones General advance teams still moving upward toward their quolas are Team A headed by Jack MacNider with quota reported Team 2 headed by Joseph Krapek 51450 quota reported Team 4 headed by Gordon Blanchard quota reported Team 5 headed by George Olson quota reported Team 6 Rich ard Erickson quota reported Team 9 Joe Barnes quota re ported Team 12 Harold Wai Ion quota reported Team 50 special ac counts soliciled by the United Fund office staff goal reported Team 51 pace setter firms goal 985 reported In the professional advance group teams still short of quota are Team A headed by Dr John Baker with a 25 goal and reported Team B Dr James Percival II goal re ported Team D John Reuber goal reported Team F Dr Ron Masters II goal no report Team G Dr C H Warne goal no report Bill Wade heads the national firms group which hasreport A 22yearold former Auvni a tuuier of Syracuse N Y Mnn day became the first person formally charged with destroying a draft card in violation of a nef federal He entered no plea whe arraigned before US Com missioner Peter Bourque Milter was ordered held at th Hillsboro County jail in Man Chester in lieu of bail fo a preliminary removal hearin Friday before Bourque He is wanted on a warrant is sued by US Commissioner Ear Bishop of New York Cily on Sunday President Johnson signed the new law Aug 30 It carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a fine burned what his Selective Miller publicly he claimed was DAVID MILLER Destroyed draft card Service System draft card dur ing a public rally in New York protesting Viet Nam US involvement in Six FBI agents arrested Miller at a service station near the former Starlight Motel in Hook setl north of Manchester FBIDirector J Edgar Hoov er said in Washington lhal Mil ler was arresled when he failed to produce required draft docu ments James Wilson a companion said lhat Miller has worked with agents Protests surprise President WASHINGTON AP Pres denl Johnson decried Monday weekend demonstralions oppos ng administralion policy in Viel Nam The President made the com ment in a staff meeting as he got up early on the tenth day of his hospital stay and swung into a round of conferences Johnson according to press ecretary Bill D Moyer ex pressed surprise thai any citizen would feel toward his country n a way not consistent with Ihe lational interest and giving our adversaries a false piclure of what the people actually feel in his country Moyers disclosed Johnson alked by telephone during Ihe weekend wilh Atty Gen Nich las Kalzenbach aboul a Juslice Department investigation of the egree of Communist involve ment in antiwar demonstra ions The press secretary said John on was concerned that even ellmeaning demonstrators can ecome the victims of Com munist exploitation Mpyers said Johnson wants he inquiry concluded as quickly s possible The chief executive spent a restless night Moyers reported n r iw i i reported the Catholic Worker movement After a meeting wilh some of 1 rf visit t n f r i n I C fil n since graduation from Lemoync College Syracuse NY in June Wilson described Ihe movement as supporting religious pacifism Will carry policy protest to Capitol NEW YORK AP A march on Washington DC is planned for Saturday Nov 27 to protest the war in Viet Nam and to call for a ceasefire settlement it here Donald Keys and negotiated was disclosed GVGClltiVG director of the National Comr mittee for a Sane Nuclear Poli cy said his organization was coordinating the plans for the whose sponsors include university scholars march about 50 novelists and leaders in reli gion civil rights and labor un ions Among those sponsoring the march Keys said were Saul Bellows John Herscy Arthur Miller University of Notre Dame theologian the Rev Pe ter J Riga James Farmer head of the Congress of Racial DRIVE Please Turn to Page 2 100V 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 Equality and Dr Albert D Sa antipolio bin discoverer of the vaccine special assistants Moyers said the President spent much of the morning napping Earlier another White House spokesman had said Johnson slept well Assistant press secretary Jos eph Laitin who reported this said the President breakfasted on melon balls and lea then be gan conferring with staff aides Johnson gol dressed Sunday for the first time since his gall bladderkidney stone operation Oct 8 He attended devolional serv ices in his hospital quarters as he had the Sunday before He skipped a followup ses sion with Navy dentists because A mne rescue worker hid Jace and hands blacrened by coai dust and soot tries to comfort a relative of one of the seven miners killed in the Comforting hand Pliolofax near Sardis Sunday See story on Among highest tolls recorded KV THK ASSOCIATED IllKSS Iowa counted 15 persons killed in traffic acci dents over the weekend in one of the worst nonholiday weekend motor vehicle tolls on record in the state Iour persons died in one twocar crash near Bon accidents at Sioux City and near Traer claimed two lives each In addition two Council Bluffs women were killed in a fourcar smash up at an Interstate 80 interchange Award to Globe in Chicago CHICAGO Iowa news paper Ihe Mason City Globe Gazette was among those re ceiving Inland Daily Press As sociation awards here Monday t placed third in use of pic ures in presentation of a news r feature slory The winner of Ihe piclure isage competition was the Mil vaukce Journal and second lace went to the Chicago Daily Vews Unlike and contests some other competition In in eluded papers of all sizes The Milwaukee Journal has a cir culation of 360845 the Chicago Daily News 496980 and the GlobeGazelle 27000 Those awards were among 67 dislributed lo newspapers and staff workers for photography and for reporting of local gov ernmenl news The five top awards for stor ies or series on local govern in Omaha The tragic weekend raised the states total motor vehicle elealhs for the year to 611 com pared with 665 up to the same late a year ago La Verne Walker 25 of State Center died Sunday of injuries suffered in the collision of two cars at a fourwaystop rural in tersection near Bondurant the fourth victim of the accident Killed outright in the crash Saturday nighl were Vernon A Walker 45 and his wife Vir ginia 43 of Rhodes and Floyd Goily 25 of Slate Center Five others were injured in the crash which Deputy Sheriff Lowell Gibson said apparently occurred when a car driven by John Con slant Jr 25 of Des Moines wcnl through the intersection at about 70 miles an hour Injured in the crash were Constant his passengers George Osborne 30 and Rich ard Schilling 22 both of Des Moines Collys wife Sharon 24 and LaVerne Walkers wife Ri ta 25 The Globe Smash launcher r 5 Yank jets lost A VIEW of trees Pasjc 11 A GI sketches Viet Nam Page 5 Editorials 4 Society news 67 910 12 ment went to Ihe Norton Kan Telegram the Red Wing Minn Republican Eagle the Waukes ha Wis Freeman the Ham nond Ind Times and Ih Chicago Daily News Twenty other citations were made Thirty n i ti e photographers were honored in he associations photo contest Neils Laurilzen of the Mil waukee Journal took the sweep stakes prize for photographers with his spot news shot Labor Lost Lifes Sports Latest markets House press Laitin He Johnson got and a filling said Asst White secretary Joseph didnt want to bother the doc tors on Sunday his teeth cleaned replaced Saturday and probably will have another filling worked on loday Laitin said If the President follows what lis doctors say is the average pattern after his discharge from he hospilal he faces at leasl mother months recuperation Defore he will feel in top shape He may be heading home to Texas or possibly to some other spot before the week is out Lailin said Ihough he heard no discussion Sunday of when Johnson would check oul of Bethesda Navy Hospital in the Maryland suburbs Mason City news 1213 Comics 14 Clear Lake news 15 Classified pages 1617 North Iowa news 18 SALGON South Viet Nam AP US jets smashed a Sovietsupplied missile launchc in North weekend Viet but Nam five over the American Inmates take doctor three others hostage JACKSON Mich AP A civilian doclor and Ihree prison officials were taken hoslage Monday by at least four inmates in the hospital section of South ern Michigan Slale Prison Louis Uless prison adminis trative assistant said the hos tages were seized shortly before noon The hospital is located on the fourth floor of a main build ing within the walls of the pris on Two of Ihe inmales were selievod to have taken narcotics rrom a hospital storage closet before grabbing the hoslages planes were losl in other raids on the Communist North a US military spokesman reportcc Monday Four of the American airmen were presumed captured and Iwo others were killed when Ihree Navy planes were losl Sunday 40 miles north of Hanoi the spokesman said Two US fliers were listed as missing after Iwo Air Force jels were lost Saturday on a raid south west of Hanoi Peking broadcasts claimed sevenUS planes were downed and several North Viet pilots Nam captured in which has threatened to try captured American pilots as war crimi nals Four A4 Sky Hawks and an A6 Inlruder from Ihe US 7lh Fleet carrier Independence hit Ihe mobile antiaircrafl missile unit with eight tons of bombs Pilols said they iefl a missile smoking on Ihe ground and launchers and 10 vehicles In flames The missiles supplied by the Soviet Union are believed accom panied by There was sonnel casualties at the site 52 miles northeast of Hanoi US aircraft are known to be hunting at least five of the mo bile missile units which can be Soviet technicians no mention of per East Germans shoot refugee BERLIN German border guards opened fire along Wesl Berlins southwestern fron tier wilh East Germany Sunday nighl and apparently shot wouldbe refugee West Berlin police also re wrled a 27yearold man made t unnoticed across Ihe wall di viding Ihe city cenler The police said Ihe Red guards opened fire when the refugee apparently tripped a wire that senl a Hare into Ihe air mark ng his posilion Cuban refugee number tops 500 KFV WFST Fla u assembled or dismantled within 24 hours The Defense Deparlmenl says five US planes have been knocked down by Soviel sup plied missiles Launchers are permanenlly installed around Hanoi and Ihe porl of Haiphong Pilots on the missile raid re ported heavy ground fire but all five planes returned safely a spokesman said However heavy Communist ground fire knocked down two F4 Phantoms from the Inde pendence and a third crashed inlo a mountainside during a 16planc slrike againsl a high way bridge north of Hanoi Ihe spokesman said Reluming pilols said four of the Americans parachuted and were seen on the ground Enc spoiled in Ihe John E Motz publisher of the KitchenerWaterloo Record was elected president of the Inland Press Association Mon Daily day Moti is the first Canadian to be chosen for the presidency of the organization made up of 519 The bodies of Gary Boggs 22 of Sioux City and his 18year old wife were found early Mon day in their wrecked car at the foot of a 75foot embankment in Sioux City Authorities said their car failed to make a turn on a road which is under con struction The accident was be icvcd to have happened early Sunday A Gilberlvillc couple Harry Davy about 60 and his wife gnes 53 were fatally injured unday in the fiery headon col sionof Iwo cars near Traer avy died early Monday of his injuries Injured were two chil the Davy car Cindy daily newspapers and Canada in 22 states Bishop rules out temporary Negro school MILWAUKEE Roman Catholic W s A priest pro KEY WEST Fla AP Thirtyfive ceasick Cuban refu gees including two blind boys were rescued from a leaking 35 foot fishing boat and brought to Key Wesl Monday Also aboard Ihe rescue Coasl Guard cutter were four refugees picked up from a small motor boat and eight crewmen of the two refugee craft They brought to 59the num ber of refugees arriving at Key West Monday and to more than 500 the number who have fled Fidel Castros Cuba under a new open door policy announced three weeks ago I am glad to be in the Unil cd States said blind 20ycar old Vicente Sierra I dont like communism Castro has ban ned departures of militaryage youth but Sierra was permitted to leave because of his handi cap Accompanying him were his brother 12 and also blind and their father Juean who said he was a member of the Cuban army for 36 years There is much discontent with Castros armed forces said the father I believe something will happen Arriving earlier aboard the 24 foot cabin cruiser Nimo were 20 refugees including two sweet hearts who said they wanted to get married in a religious cere mony Something we couldnt do in Cuba The shuttle from Camarioca Cuba to Key West has in creased the US Cuban colony but an expected stream of boats appeared delayed One refugee boat was feared sunk Two others made it Sunday bringing a total of 44 refugees from Fidel Castros island There was some that delay in stcppedup crossings for which the Coast Guard had prepared itself over the week end could mean that an agree ment with Cuba over a system atic exodus plan sought by the United States might be near New arrivals claimed red tape in processing applicants at Camarioca the port of exit de layed departures The captain of a fishing boat that landed in New Orleans with six refugees aboard said he would rather slay in jail in the United Stales than be free in Cuba With Capt Guillermo Quin tcro 41 the captain of a 32foot fishing boat were his son two other men and two boys aged 16 and 17 The boys said they were boat crewmen and had no plans to leave Cuba The boat became disabled and was towed into New Orleans Sunday by the Coast Guard my troops area US briefing officers said Communist ground fire downed one F105 Thunderchief and an olhcr disappeared during a four plane raid Salurday 70 miles soulhwesl of Hanoi The pilots were lisled as missing The US planes downed over the brought to 114 the number lost in Communist terri tory since American planes be gan attacking targets in North Viet Nam last February Near Da Nang north of Saigon Marines were killed copter crash Eight capcd injury In ground aclion tllt V1U Cong hit a government force 20 miles north of Saigon and in flicled heavy casualties on Viclnamcse unit of 75 to 100 men Weather outlook cloudy and continued mild Monday night and Tues day with scattered showers likely Tuesday Lows Monday night around 40 Highs Mes day in the mid 70s Weather details page 2 hibited from opening parish doors to a band of boycottin Negro public school students led them on a march to a neigh borhood Baptist church Monday after conducting what was in ef fect a freedom school on the sidewalk outside the parish grounds The Rev James Groppi took a swelling line of upwards of 350 boys and girls on the march to the Metropolitan Baptist dren in Schares 13 and her brother Bernard12 and the driver of the other car Donald Lowe 22 of Tama Other victims of weekend traf fic accidents included Harry Awtrey 52 of Newton killed Sunday when his motor cycle went off a curve of way 146 near Searsboro Mrs Vernell Hoelscher 41 of Waterloo who died Sunday when the car driven by her hus band hit a utility pole in Water loo Melodie Bisehoff 4 of June tion City Kan died Sunday of injuries suffered Saturday in a twocar collision 10 miles west of Atlantic in Pottawattamie unawdi County Nine other persons were injured in the accident includ were girls with w Melodie was en route to a roller skating party in Atlantic BISHOP ATKIELSKf Boycott 340 mile two US in a hel olhers es the Vie of Story killed when a car in which he was a passenger driven by Kenny Luane Hovick 15 of near Story City and another car collided Saturday night at the intersection of Highway 69 rural road near Story Church several block away aft Ihcre became er the facilities available Many of the students had plan ned to attend freedom school at St Boniface before Bishop Roman Alkielski ordered the fa cilities closed on grounds that he boycott was an illegal act Father Groppi kept the children occupied for almost two hours eading them in freedom songs and staging brief history lessons outside the parish buildings Among songs the children ang was one in which they with apparent spontaniety in cried the line Im gonna let o bishop turn me round on the walk to freedom land f and a Ernest G Moblcy 29 Of Guthne Center killed when a car driven by Donald Worshek 24 of near Panora went off the road south of Panora Saturday James D Baum is of rural LaPorte City killed early Satur day when his car hit a bridge near Vmton Lewellyn P Arizo 22 of Des Moines killed in a onecar acci dent in dense fog at the Brook lyn Iowa inlerchangc of Inter state 80 Saturday Killed in the Omaha accident Saturday night were Mrs Viola h both n Ranney Council Bluffs SAME ;

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