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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspoper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL IDS MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 21 IMS Uttc Papfr Consists of Two Full Lena No 7U OLD MAN OF SEA TALE Anselmo Her nandez 89 a battered Panama hat on his head talks to reporters Thursday in Key West after ar riving from Cuba The refugee says the late novel ist Ernest Hemingway patterned his Pulitzer Prize winning novel The Old Man And The Sea after him See story on Page 2 Card burning sickens father IOWA CITY flashbulbs popped UP Film Wednesday cameras whirred anr afternoon when Uni versity of Iowa sophojnore Steve Smith burned what he said was his draft card beforean alerted audience of about 100 students at the university Memorial Uri ion The FBI although informed in advance had no agents present But they were at Work Thursday in vestigating the circumstances which could send the 20year old engineering Nomination shelved Seh Kennedy sadly kills Morrissey issue WASHINGTON AP Sen Edward M Kennedy DMass in an emotional speech to Ihe Senate asked Thursday that Francis X Morrisseys nomi nation for a judgeship be sent back to the Judiciary Commit tee The nomination then was sent back to the committee This ap peared to kill the nomination for this session of Congress but President Johnson could resub mil it at the next session in Jan uary Kennedy made his surprise request shortly after the contro versial nomination was called up for action in the Senate Appearing near tears and his voice breaking at one point Kennedy said 1 am satisfied that a full and complete record made with care and delibera tion will uphold my judgment of Morrissey to the satisfac tion of any fairminded man Kennedy is the chief sponsor of the nomination of Morrissey an old friend and political asso ciate of his family Just before calling the nomi nation up for action Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Mon tana told newsmen It looks close to me He said the outcome might hinge on the number of ab sentees Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois heading the opposition to Morrissey had himself planned to propose re committal Kennedy told the Senate he is satisfied that a full record will result in Morrisseys confirma tion by a greatly increased majority and that Morrissey will be a credit to the federal judiciary Morrissey 55 has been a Bos ton Municipal Court judge for the last seven years but his nomination has come under at tack on the ground he is not qualified for the federal bench The proposal to recommit was approved without objection from any senator Dirksen arose to salute young Kennedy and commend him for exemplifying his com plete integrity Dirksen strode across the aisle that separates Democrats and Republicans to grasp Ken nedy by the hand In opposition to Morrissey Dirksen has questioned the nominees qualifications of in tellectual capacity and legal training and experience Mansfield voiced deep re gret at Kennedys announce ment commended his courage and told the Senate The votes were here to con firm Francis X Morrissey Just before he called up the nomination for action Mans field had said the issue looks close to me and the number of absentees might decide it Sen Russell B Long DLa assistant democratic leader adding his commendation said Ihat if there had been a roll call Morrissey would have been confirmed Dirksen had planned to pro pose recommittal but Kennedy as the first speaker beat him to it Dirksen said of Kennedy that Ihe Massachusetts Democrat has arisen to every expecta tion and fulfilled his oath and duty as a US senator He has arisen to the heights of his responsibility Dirksen added and exemplified his complete integrity Listening intently in the fam ily gallery were Kennedys wife and Sen Robert F Kennedy 3 Nobel Prizes to Americans STOCKHOLM Sweden The 1965 Nobel Prize for phys icswas awarded Thursday to two Americans and a Japanese and the prize for chemistry went o another American The Royal Swedish Academy of Science announced that the physics award was given jointly to Julian Schwinger of Harvard Richard Feynman of the Cali fornia Institute of Technology and SinItiro Tomonago of Ja The three will share equal ly in the prize money It announced the chemistry prize of 282006 United Fund campaign at 72 of goal Both Mason City and Fort Dodge United Funds moved up a couple of percentage points Thursday bringing Mason City to 72 per cent of its quota and Fort Dodge to 431 per cent of its United Fund goal But Fort Dodgers whose drive started later than Mason Citys were still expressing conviction that they can win in the competition between the two cities as to which can show the best support for its UnitedFund agencies by next Wednesday Fort Dodge has raised more money than Mason City in some past years and still has the gifts of major contributor groups to come this year Ma son City United Fund officials said however that this year Fort Dodge will be the loser In cash Mason Cityans have now pledged toward a goal and Fort Dodge residents have pledged 25665 toward a quota Of Mason Citys total 00588 is from the overall ad vance division That includes 438 pledges for in the general advance group 101 pledges for in the pro fessional advance section and 109 pledges for from national firms The iarge firms division now has 2053 pledges for a DRIVE Please turn to 2 student to prison There was both applause and heckling when Smith put a light er to the card with denunciation of the US policy in Viet Nam The youths father Frank Smith who operates a shop store at MarionIowa lost an eye and was partly disabled in an accident aboard his ship in World War II He was a petty officer in the Navy Im just sick about the whole thing said the elder Smith I for the boy vard University at Cambridge Mass a pioneer in synthesis oi chlorophyll The citation for the three physics winners said the award was for their fundamenta work in quantum electrodynam RICHARD FEYNMAN Award in physics have no sympathy in this matter 100 90 0 70 40 The youth said he considered lis act one of civil disobedience against the new Aug 30 federal aw making deliberate destruc ion of a draft card punishable by a maximum of five years in prison and a fine I am ready to serve five years for my country he told he gathering at Soap Box Soundoff a weekly campus event open to virtually any sub ject The youth also a civil rights worker spread the word about the campus of what he intendec to do but said he did not tell his parents in advance He has three brothers who do not support his pacifist views Nile Smith 27 is stationed with the Air Force at Thailand Kenny 27 was an lowa National Guardsman Keith 20 works for Collins Radio Co in Cedar Rap ids which has defense contracts The elder Smith said he agreed with Steves work in the civil rights movement but added I completely disagree with him in this matterIcant understand it Im no hero but I think all he boys over there should be backed up at home he said Defiance of law is never an action to be commended said Dewey B Stuit dean of the un versity College of Liberal Arts and Sciences In Des Moines US Dist Atty Donald M Station said evidence gathered by federal agents wil be submitted to the grand jury Young Smith said he consulted an Iowa City lawyer tyil the at torney would not take the case North Iowa Weather outlook Clearing and eoWer Thurs day night with frost likely lows in upper northwest to mid Fair and cold Friday highs in the Weather details en page 2 ics with deepploughing conse quences for the physics of ele mentary particles The citation for Woodward hailed his meritorious contri bution to the art of organic synthesis The academy made up of 140 Swedish and 108 foreign mem bers said of the chemistry award Woodward has carried outa number of difficult syntheses of complicated organic compounds within the last two decades Among those which have com manded considerable attention are his very revealing experi ments to build up peptides in he field of protein chemistry md his successful syntheses oi terols substances that play an mportant role in the metabo ism of the human body Prof Woodward born in Bos on in 1917 began his university studies at Massachusetts fnsti ute of Technology and won a doctors degree in chemistry in 1937 He became a research worker and teacher at Harvard a member of the Harvard facul WASHINGTON AP House nvestigators tried to light a ire under reluctant Klan Drag n James Robert Jones Thurs ay by producing some of the ecord he had refused to turn tax returns Jones the North Carolina Iragon remained reluctant to alk arid kept silent under sharp questioning about whether he lad been reimbursed by the United Klans of America for de luctions he had as the cost of robes SCHWINGER RICHARD ty since 1944 andoccupant o the special chair as Donner pro fessor of science since 1960 The academy said Wood wards peak achievement wa in 1961 when he brought abou the complete synthesis of chlor ophyll the green matter whic gives life and color to leave and plants Chlorophyll is th substance which sparked health craze in the early 1950 when it was being added to ev erytning from tooth paste t shoe cream President Johnson released from hospital Dies under mound of phosphate Officials of the International linerals and Chemical Corp hursday were conducting an nvestigation into circumstances urrounding the death of an em loye shortly before 5 pm Wed esday Frank Eenhuis 47 2401 19th was killed whenhe was juried under 8 to 10 tons of uper phosphate fertilizer The accident occurred in a fertilizer storage area at the rear of the main building facing 12th NW Dr E H Barg deputy county medical examiner ruled suffo cation the cause of death Company officials said Thurs day Eenhuis and a coworker Donovan Bailey 37 634 S Van Bureh were using dynamite to Dreak loose fertilizer so it could DC scooped up The piles usual y range between 5 and 30 feet President Johnson at tof them wounded veterans of the Viet Nam as he leaves Bethesda Naval Hospital Thursday Inset shows Johnson shaking hands with Blanco his white collie as he ar rives at the White House from the hospital See story on Page Photofax Kl an Dragon si lent In declining to answer ques tions he cited constitutional protections against selfincrim ination Jones declined to say whether he had any fulltime employ ment since 1960 The line of questioning added emphasis to a broad hint dropped Wednesday that Klan leaders may yet find the In ternal Revenue Service a great er threat to themthan the civil rights movement Chairman Edwin E Willis D La of the House Committee on Un American Activities sug gested that after Jones had de clined to talk about his bank account or the sale of satin robes at each or even to give his birthplace Willis warned Jones as he had warned Imperial Wizard Robert M Shelton a couple hours before that he faced a possible contempt of Congress citation for refusing to turn over subpoenaed records But added Willis I think you may be in worse trouble Claims Wilkins killer Informer testifies at Klansmans trial HAYNEV1LLE Ala AP ary Thomas Rowe a Klan member turned FBI informer estified Thursday that Collie eroy Wilkins fired the shots which killed a white civil rights worker in Lowndes County last March 25 Rowe saidWilkins a 21year old mechanic from Fairfield Ala fired at least six shots into he car driven by Mrs Viola Liuzzo a Detroit housewife and mother of five A Negro youth Leroy Moton was a passenger in the car The redhaired informer said he rode with Wilkins and two other Klansmen as they sped past the Liuzzo car on US highway 80 about 20 miles from Selma Ala after 8 pm The first thing I knew Wilk ins stuck his arm out the win dow He had a pistol in his hand Rowe said that Wilk ins told Eugene Thomas the driver of the car little broth er give it the gas Just as he sped up the wom an in the other car turned and ooked into our car As she ooked To the Wilkins best of started firing my knowledge he fired six times two in rapid succession Rowe said he told Wilkins hen he didnt believe he had bit the people in the car He at me and said Baby brother dont worry about it That bitch and that bastard are dead as hell Rowe said the fourth Clans man in the car William 0 Eat on also fired from the car with 22 caliber pistol The FBI informer said just before the shooting started Thomas turned in the drivers seat and said get cm Shoot the hell out of em Rowe said he also had a load ed pistol in his hand but did not fire it although Eaton ordered him to After the shooting was com pleted Rowe said Wilkins turned to him and said Baby brother I dont think you fired I said I fired two rounds and the reason I didnt fire more I thought I was going to hit you in the head Rowe a former Birmingham bartender was the stales star witness in Wilkins earlier trial which ended in a hung jury The testimony was virtually identi cal Alabama Atty Gen Richmond Flowers who is directing the prosecution of Wilkins said he would wrap up the states case Thursday In Wednesdays proceedings started after a delay while Flowers appealed for a ruling on juror selection to the Alabama Supreme Court the state called six witnesses in cluding a 20yearold Negro rid ing with Mrs Liuzzo Inside ban a mere citation for con enipt Shelton was the first Klan leader to cite constitutional pro actions in refusing to answer the committees questions But orice outside the hearing room and surrounded by report ers Shelton held two quick news conferences and promised there would be more Although the committee gave him a tongue lashing threat ened him with contempt of Con gress and told him to come back for more questioning Nov 15 Shelton said he was sticking around to give his views on the Klan probe Asked if the Klan resorted to murder Shelton said If that is the case they already have a law With half a dozen of his own security men around him Shelton declared that if Klans men were such holy terrors he doubted that newsmen would be clustering around him Whenever The Globe Editorials 4 North Iowa news 8 near during cameramen breaks inside got the hearing room Shelton would flash a black and white lapel button with the single word never on it Asked by the committee to explain the button Shelton re fused but later he told report It means never to the Com munist conspiracy It means never to the misfits of society who have surrounded them selves here in Washington around LBJ It means never to LBJ It means never to the de struction of our liberties Shelton said he saw the hear ings as a big boost for his Klan This is going to build the Klan nationwide he said and it will never be broken 91011 1314 15 14 Society news Sports CubGazette Latest markets Mason City news 1617 Comics 18 Clear Lake news 19 Classified pages 2021 Lone bandit robs store at Hampton HAMPTON A lone bandit robbed a Hampton grocery store of about in cash and es caped without a trace Wednes day night The darkhaired robber scribed as being around years old entered the Hampton Trading Post about 6 pm and used what officials called a small gun to force a woman clerk Mrs John Haan to give him the bills from the cash rcg The two men had set off at east one charge company spokesmen said and were a safe distance away when it went off Company officials are unsure whether the men were return ing to set a new charge or had completed operations and were scooping up the chemicals in a tractor As they approached the pile of fertilizer a large chunk broke off burying both men company officials said Bailey was able to climb out Eenhuis whose main job is operating a tractor was de scribed by company officials as an exceptionally good employe who has been extremely care ful They said they are unsure whether he was on a tractor or walking at the time of the ac cident Bailey was in a state of shock following the mishap they said Mr Eenhuis was born April 7 1918 at Britt son of George Reka Blank Eenhuis He was married to Hazel Estes June 4 1946 in Mason City He had lived in Mason City six years coming here from Ka nawha He was a veteran of World War II and served in the US Army overseas years Mr Eenhuis was a member of Central Heights Lutheran ce 30 ister Mrs Haan was alone in the store at the time of the robbery The store is located on Highway 65 in the north part of Hampton As Mrs Haan was giving the robber the money a car pulled into the stores parking area and the bandit left by the front door Although the new customer did not see the bandit get in a car Hampton police think the robber may have left the scene in a blue and white late model auto Jerry Lukcnsmeycr owner of the store was on his way to work when I h c robbery took place and arrived at the scene momenls after the bandit left Lukcnsmeycr said this was the second time the store has been robbed in the last 20 years Church and the United Packing house Food and Allied Workers Local 780 Surviving are his wife a son Dennis in the US Army at Ft Gordon Ga and three daugh ters Karen Pam and Nancy all at home Six brothers Menno and Alvin Eenhuis Garner George Jr and Fred Eenhuis Britt Louis Eenhuis Forest City and John Eenhuis Klemme and two sis ters Mrs George Elsie Abbas Goldfield and Mrs Dick Grace Katuin Kanawha also survive He was preceded in death by his father in June 1964 and by his mother in November 1964 The funeral will be at 2 pm Saturday at the PattersonJames Chapel SAME L A   

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