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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 8, 1966, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors X HOME EDITION 10c a One MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JANUARY I 1H4 Associated Preu Full VOL 115 2t3 Mason City coldest in state Jets hammer Laos routes SAIGON Viet Nam AP ing of North Viet Nam in Us US Jets are hammering hard at Communist supply routes through Laos to check men and equipment that North Viet Nam is speeding south while its own territory is immune informed sources said Saturday To do any less would be madness one source said We simply cannot let the Com munists arrive in South Viet Nam with all that stuff intact With the pause in the bomb Enraged gunman slays 3 CHICAGO AP A young man apparently enraged over car repair bills killed three auto salesmen with a sawedoff shotgun Friday and was threat ening two women employes when shot and killed by lice officer a po Police said Donald Jackson 24 entered the Fohrman Mo tors Ltd salesroom through a rear door and walked around a partition where he saw Albert Sizer 65 a salesman standing He shot Sizer in the headthey said 16th day another terrorist in cident startled Saigon A bomb demolished a sidewalk peddlers stall in front of the My Canh floating restaurant where two powerful explosions last June 25 killed 43 persons including five Americans and wounded near ly 100 Damage was minor in this case however and authorities on the scene reported only three casualties one policeman and two passersby received slight scratches Diners dived to safe ty under the tables Security officers speculated that the terrorists intended the blast to lure people around the scene as targets for a second and bigger explosion but some thing went wrong With their planning They didnt deliver the sec ond bomb one said Vietnamese police sources disclosed 19 persons have been arrested in three terrorist inci dents over the past five weeks In the Laotion phase of the war informed sources said up to 300 US planes are operating daily dropping nearly 1000 tons of bombs and rockets on Com munist waterborne traffic and trucks moving down newly con structed roads North Viet Nam has been spared air raids since Dec 24 after PresidentJohnson ordered a bombingpause in an attempt Massive action by rights group CHICAGO AP Dr Martin Luther King Jr says that finan cial institutions will be prime targets in a massive civil rights campaign he plans to bring to Chicago Fear new bloodshed from march TUSKEGEE Demonstrators Ala plan AP another march Saturday in Tuskegee where a Negro city councilman says he fears a protest march by Negro students may result in with angry One of the owners Sidney Fohrman 52 heard the gunfire and ran out of his glassparti tioned office Jackson shot him in the head and then ran into an inner office and shot Ed ward Fohrman 43 Sidneys brother and coowner of the business police said Other employes running from the building flagged down Det Roland Charles 36 and his partner York Anderson who were riding by We stopped the car andoran around the back of the place Charles said Anderson drew his gun and walked in one di rection and I drew mine and walked in another The intruder spotted Charles to get peace negotiationsstarted Photo reconnaissance planes continue to seek put Communist troop movements and missile installations in the north The bombing pause has caused grave concern in some military circles here These cir cles say the pause was ordered at a time when nearly two regi ments of North Vietnamese reg ulars and hundreds of tons of supplies were rolling down the Hp Chi Minh Trail from North Viet Nam through Laos and Cambodia to South Viet Nam each month Before the pause the key stone of American air tactics was to catch Communist units and supply columns before they HEADING WEST Salesman Bert Alex ander looking mighty tall in the saddle and with boots fitted well into the stirrups makes his way across 43rd Street off Times Square in New York Friday afternoon Lacking a 10gallon hat and chaps but with an attache case replacing a six AP Photofax gun the floor machine company representative is really heading West Thats West across Broad way Believe it or not and there might be some promotion involved its just another odd scene created by the transit strike in the city or an other tail eiTtale of Manhattan a confrontation whites If we can get by Saturday without bloodshed I think we will be able to settle down and make some progress Dr Stan ley Hugh Smith said Friday Smith one of two Negroes on the fivemember City Council warned of a possible confronta tion if Tuskegee Institute stu dents demonstrate again today The protest would be the fourth by students since Samuel Younge Jr 21 an institute stu King winner of the Nobel Peace prize announced Friday the opening of a drive he called the first significant Northern freedom movement ever at tempted by major civil rights forces King said banks loan compa nies mortgage companies and insurance firms are high on the list of massive targets in the city Financial institu tions were one of 12 problem areas sketched by King King accused some money handling institutions of charging higher interest rales to Negroes lhan to whites He said many refused to finance real estate transactions in slum and transi tional communities where Ne groes live The Rev James Bevel direct action leader of Kings Southern Christian Leadership Confer ence said a black island has been deliberately created in Chicago by the Chicago Real Estate Board banks and sav ing and loan institutions Bevel appearedbefore a panel of newsmen on a radio show recorded for broadcast Sunday on WLS in Chicago Chicago is maintaining an internal colonial system he said adding that slum areas in Inside The Globe North Iowa news Editorials4 Church news47 Society news Sports news 910 Latest markets 12 Mason City news 1213 14 15 16 news Clear Lake news ion starts talks in Hanoi MOSCOW AP A Soviet delegation led by Alexander N Shelepin began talks in Hanoi Saturday with a North Vietna mese group headed by Presi dent Ho Chi Minh and fired at him with a Luger could get out of North Viet pistol he was carrying in addi tion to the sawedoff shotgun 1 ducked Charles said and sneaked around a parti tion and came up in the front of the showroom The police man said he saw Jackson threatening two women em ployes in the cashiers office with the shotgun Charles said He told them he was going to kill them Both women were crying hysterically and fell to the floor As Jackson looked up I shot him in the head Police Commander Frank Flanagan said Jackson recently puichased a used car from Fohrman and had an accident with it He said Jackson visited the auto showroom several limes in recent weeks quarrel ing over repair bills and de manding his money be refund ed Prison term for youth in demonstration Nam Bombing went on around the clock It is not clear lo many observ ers here whether the bombing in Laos stopped during the Christ mas ceasefire No American or Vietnamese I with Pakistan India given warning by Red Chinese TASHKENT USSR The Indian government said Sat urday it has received a new and very severe warning from Communist China during the Tashkent summit conference official spokesmen would com ment on the Laotian situation The bombings however have been an open secret long Hearing end in Iowa trial on obscenity SIOUX CITY AP The trial of California publisher Milton Luros on charges of mailing ob scene magazines into Iowa will near its close next week when attorneys arguments are re sumed Asst Dist Atty Richard Vi pond opened final summations Friday when he told the jury that nudist magazines put out by the Luroscomplex are designed to appeal to persons who are not nudists Indias foreign secretary C S Jha told newsmen the Chi nese communication is strong a Chinese notes go He added Its timing is something one really has to take notice of very odd The note he said concernec the socalled alleged intru sions on the basis of which we always are warned China and India fought a brie but bitter war along their Hi malayan frontier in 1962 and in recent months during India new trouble with Pakistan Pe king has been especially men acing Ike on way to vacation Looks fine HARRISBURG Pa AP former President Dwight D Eisenhower was on his way to Palm Desert Calif for his an nual winter vacation Saturday ooking fit for a man who had suffered a heart attack in November You look wonderful he was old as he arrived from his Get tysburg farm and prepared to board a train here Friday Thank you I feel fine he replied with a smile Eisenhower was accompanied hy his wife Mamie and her uncle Joel Carlson of Boonc Iowa Eisenhower 75 suffered his attack in Georgia and was hos pitalized nearly a month He has been recuperating at his farm and was pronounced fit to travel after a twoday physical examination at Walter Reed Army MedicalCenter in Wash ington The nature of the talks was not disclosed in a brief dispatch from Hanoi by the official So viet news agency Tass Shelepin arrived in Hanoi Fri day with a group that includes the deputy commander of Soviet strategic rocket forces and a military production expert He said in reply to a welconi j ing speech that the Soviet Union is striving to render compre hensive support and assistance to the Vietnamese people who are fighting against U S aggression Shelepin told a crowd in downtown Hanoi that the cause for which the Vietnamese peo Award new route to Ozark Air Lines WASHINGTON AP The CAB Friday awarded Ozark Air Lines a new 326mile route be tween Des Moines Iowa and St Louis Mo The new route to become ef fective March 8 will be operated by way of Ottumwa Iowa Kirksvillc Moberly and Colum bia Mo and Quincy 111 Hannibal Mo The route award is limited to one year At the same time the CAB eliminated the authority of Ozark after March 8 to serve Kirksville and Moberly on its current route between Kansas City and Chicago pic are fighting is a righteous cause It will triumph and the Soviet Union wishes this to happen as soon aspossible Shelepin said his visit would contribute to closer relalions between the Soviet and North Vietnamese Communist parties governments and peoples This is why we came here and we shall not spare efforts in this The statement seemed to sup port speculation here that wooing Hanoi closer to Moscow and away from Peking in the bitter RussianChinese competi tion for influence in the world Communist movement was a main purpose of the expedition Shelepin 47 reputedly the No 2 man in the Communist party noticeably did not pick up a theme from the welcoming speech of Pham Van Dong pre mier of North Viet Nam Pham accused the United States of a false socalled peaceseeking campaign in order to condition public opinion to new extremely dangerous steps on the road of escalation Speculation still exists here and in Washington despite the nature of Shelepins delegation and other signs against it that the trip is intended to steer Ha noi toward peace The Russians arc believed to fear that war in Viet Nam could get out of hand and endanger Soviet domestic economic devel opment dent active in civil rights work was shot to death Monday night Smith an institute professor of sociology said the students are supported forthe first time by a significant number of adult About 150 persons marched in a demonstration Friday which officials said was without incident Mayor Charles Kecver said city officials are concerned about demonstrators getting on private property He said city officials would probably take some action on this prob lem but he did not indicate what the action would be nor when it would be taken City officials have continued to meet with students and Insti tute officials and also federal mediators in hopes of meeting Negro demands and still satis fying white townspeople Smith said white residents are disturbed by the demonstrations and the increasing demands for racial equality The killing of Younge was a catalyst which gave the stu dents an opportunity to make their demands known again They have made some very broad demands many of which are beyond the purview of the council he said VISIT CANYON GRAND CANYON Ariz AP The US National Park Serv ice says 1689230 persons visited the Grand Canyon during 1965 There were 1575737 visitors during 1964 which Negroes are forced to register 19 below locally 2 North lowans die in cold Iowa was in the icebox Satur day morning with temperatures ranging down to 19 below zero but ar warming trend was prom ised for the weekend Saturday morning lows ranged from 19 below at Mason City to 2 above at Council Bluffs It was 14 below at Wa terloo and Elkader 11 below at Dubuque and 10 below at Cedar Rapids Fwo North Iowa deaths were attributed to the cold weather Edward C Manske 50 New Hampton and John Wagner 66 Lawler were the two who died Forecasters said a highpres sure system centered over Iowa would push to the east of the state by Sunday morning allow ing south wind and warmer air to push in behind it Afternoon temperatures head ed toward peaks around 5 above zero in the northeast to about 20 southwest South wind and increasing cloudiness Sunday was expected to bring readings from the up per teens to the middle 30s Sunday night promised to warmer but the Weather Bu North Iowa Weather outlook Fair and cold Saturday Cloudy and warmer Saturday night and Sunday Highs zero to 8 above Weather details on Page 2 live are geographically outlined by real estate operators and lending institutions Both King and Bevel said their words were the prelude to a threestepaption program they hoped would result in the mobilization of 100000 unem ployed Negroes ready to demon strate whenever the occasion seems tactically important Such occasions said a spokes man for Al Raby convenor of the Coordinating Council of Community Organizations would be allowed to ferment up from members of the mass organization he hopes will be formed in the next two months King said gangs were a poten tial source of available civil rights manpower Consider changes in draft criteria WASHINGTON AP tive Service officials are consid ering a return to the Korean Wartype testing and class standing criteria to aid draft boards in deferring college stu dents A spokesman said other fac tors in determining draft eligi bility also are under considera tion and will be discussed in a scries of meetings over the next 30 days Right now college students only have to be attending school full time and be making sat isfactory progress toward a de gree to get deferred Also under consideration is a plan to make available men previously rejected because of poor scores on the armed serv ices mental exams Officials announced that the February draft call will be 29 400 men a sharp drop from the 38280 requested in January and 45229 in December reau said more cold air would arrive early Monday bringing plunging temperatures Zero or below temperatures were reported over wide sec tions frorft the northern Appala chians sftuihwestward to north ern Missouri then in a sweeping arc upward to Idaho The early mornings lowest reading was 30degrees below zero at Hibbing Minn Two i Chickasaw County resi dents apparently died ol expo sure during the subzero tem peraturesthat gripped the area the past week The body of John Wagner66 retired Lawler area farmer was found in an abandoned barn in Lawler Thursday aft ernoon after a search had been instituted when his daughter Mrs Ivan Nystle Lawler re ported to county officials he had not home the previous night Wagners death was due to exposure County Medical Ex Slim chance for just settlement in Viet PITTSBURGH AP A fouryear prison term has been imposed on a teenage boy ac cused of taking part in an anti war demonstration in violation of a probation order Thomas W Rodd 19 of the citys Point Breeze section was sentenced Friday by Judge Louis Rosenberg of U S Dis trict Court Rodd was arrested last week while participating in a demon stration at the Boeing Vertol helicopter plant near Philadel phia The plant makes helicop ters used in the war in Viet Nam In 1964 Judge Rosenberg sen tenced Rodd to five years in prison for refusing to register for the draft The sentence was suspended and Rodd was placed on probation for five years I was led to believe that nudes come from both sexes and that there are nudists of all ages Vipond said What you find in these books are pictures of young girls Youll see very few colored pictures of fat old men Percy Foreman defense attor ney from Houston Tex re minded the jury in his opening statement that socalled girlie magazines introduced by the government were ruled out of the trial last Wednesday by Federal Judge William C Han son Foreman said that if rhere was to be a book burning the jury would have burned the girlie books first These are not obscene as a matter of law he said WASHINGTON AP Sen ate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfields factfinding team believes that as the Vietnamese war escalates Communist North Viet Nam becomes more dependent on Red China As a result it said the likeli hood increases that Hanoi will not be able to negotiate a settle ment without at least the tacit consent of China In fact that point may al ready have been reached the team said in a report released Friday night Mansfield and four Senate colleagues also warned that the Viet Nam fighting ultimately could engulf the entire Asian mainland in general war and that chances for a just negoti ated settlement are slim Mansfield Democrats Ed mund S Muskie of Maine and Daniel K Inouye of Hawaii and Republicans J Caleb Boggs of Delaware and George D Aiken of Vermont returned last month from a 35day 30000mile tour which took them lo 12 countries and the British colony of Hong Kong They visited South Viet Nam Dec 24 and reported the gen eral situation there is much the same as a year ago despite the major US troop buildup What was controlled then by the Viet Cong is still controlled by the Viet Cong they said They fixed Communist Viet Cong control of the South Viet namese population at 22 per cent and said 18 per cent live in contested areas The senators returned to the United States prior to President Johnsons multination cam paign to bring Communist North Viet Nam to the negotiat ing table Nonetheless they touched on the part other coun tries might play in settling the Vietnamese war Many nations they said are deeply desirous of an end to this conflict as quickly as possible Few are specific as lo the manner in which this end can be brought about or the shape it is likely to take In any event even though other nations in certain circum stances may be willing to play a thirdparty role in bringing about negotiations any pros pects for effective negotiations at this time and they are slim are likely to be largely depend on the initiatives and efforts of the combatants North Viet Nam has repeated ly downplayed the US peace offensive while South Viet Nam through its ambassador to the United Stales Vu Van Thai has said the effort is designed to create the condi tions to show we are ready in sincerely seeking a settlement In what some sources con strucd as a part of the US peace offensive Secretary of State Dean Rusk Friday night attended a Yugoslavian art ex hibit then went on to a recep tion staged by that Communist countrys Washington embassy The secretary docs not general ly altend such functions Although the Mansfield group met with numerous national leaders it confined its report to The Viet Nam Conflict The Substance and the Shadow It did say there is no reason to think the Soviet Union is anx ious to play a major role in peace efforts Late last year Ihc Russians spurned a British invitation to reconvene the Geneva conference on Indochina to negotiate an end to the Viet namese fighting The Mansfield report said They the Russians have em phasized repeatedly in public statements as well as in other ways that they have no intention of takingan initiative for peace in Viet Nam at this time Soviet party leader Alexander N Shelepin is in Hanoi but his mission is unknown He was accompanied by experts or mil itary production and rocketry The senators were wary of immediate negotiations saying Negotiations at this time moreover if they do come about and if they are accom panied by a ceasefire and standfast would serve to stabil ize a situation in which the ma jority of the population remains under nominal government con trol bul in which dominance ol the countryside rests largely in the hands of the Viet Cong aminer Dr J Murtaugh New Hampton said The body was accidentally discovered by John Pecinovsky Lawler Edward Manske 50 New Hampton a disabled World War II veteran died three hours after he was found unconscious by a newspaper boy early Fri day morning Timothy McDermott 13 New Hampton discovered Manske lying on the steps of the First Baptist Church two blocks from his home about am The youth summoned a passing motorist Robert Weber New Hampton and the two carried Manske into the church en trance before summoning am bulance assistance Dr Murtaugh gave the cause of Manskes death about 9 am at St Joseph Hospital here as exposure and a possible head injury apparently sustained in a fall Services for Wagner have been set for 10 am Monday from the LarkinMartin Funeral Chapel in Lawler Burial will be in the Little Turkey Cemetery Sur vivors include his wife a daughter Mrs Nystle Lawler a son Clarence Wagner Albu querque NM and two broth ers of rural Lawler Funeral services for Manske will be held Monday at 2 pm at the PcrryConway Funeral Chapel New Hampton Burial will be in the New Hampton Cemetery Survivors include his mother Matie New Hampton a sister Mrs LaVerne Schmidt New Hampton and a brother Paul Chicago SAME f   

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