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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1965, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL m MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 14 IMS lbe a Cotaittt el OM Prcw full Wini No 132 Adlai Stevenson is dead Mariner is starting PASADENA Calif AP Spacecraft Mariner 4 has re sponded to its first earth com mand in five months indicating it is ready to begin later Wed nesday making an historic series of closeup photos of Mars At am Iowa time scien tists at the Jet Propulsion Lab oratory sent a signal across 134 million miles of space ordering Pholofax BUGEYED Mrs Michael Platt of Wil mette Ill is riot normally crosseyed just bug eyed looking at Julio LeParcs wood and metal op art creation displayed at Raviriii Park Art Festival in Highland Park 111 a Chicago suburb in Guayaquil QUITO Ecuador AP Tanks af n d army trucks pa Guayaquil Ecuadors largest city Tuesday night after more rioting against the ruling military junta A curfew was imposed A 17yearold girl was report ed killed Tuesday in another of the antigovernment demonstra tions that have been going on intermittently since Friday in Quito and Guayaquil was reported Monday night One person killed in Quito and a number were reported To launch twp new satellites CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP A pair of Sentry satellites is to be launched here early Thursday to detect nuclear bomb explosions in space The Air Force announced Wed nesday that the twin sentinels will be sent into highflying or bits by an AtlasAgena rocket Riding along with be a third sat ellite a 12pounder designed to measure radiation in th Van AllenBelt The nuclear detection satel lites will join four others launched in pairs in 1963 and 1964 The earlier satellites have delicate sensors which peer more than 200 million miles into space to spot a clandestine nu clear detonation The new pair also will carry optical instru ments capable of detecting a nuclear blast anywhere in the atmosphere or on the earths surface 17 days in jail for lack of bond in traffic cases CLEARWATER Fla AP A man and a woman were held 17 days in the Pinellas County jail awaiting trial on traffic vio lations because neither could post bond Julie Louis 43 of Fort Lau derdate and John Klado SOgof Hollywood were released Tuss day by Peace Justice Jack Dad after pleading guilty This is said najlunn How pern wounded in the capital and in ruayaquil There was no report of trouble in Quito Tuesday University students in Guaya quil stoned police who fired in the air and set off tear gas Stu dents tossed bottles of water into the air in an effort to extin uish the tear gas Student labor and political organizations are trying to force the military junta to hold na tional elections The fourman junta took over in July 1963 aft er throwing out President Car los Arosemena because of his drinking Defense Ministry and the Military High Command in a communique Tuesday night said the armed forces will continue Sheppard rehearing is denied CINCINNATI Ohio Sam Sheppard was denied a re hearing Wednesday of a federal court order to return him to pris on on a life sentence for the 1954 Slaying of his first wife The split decision by the 6th US Circuit Court of Appeals sets the stagefor an appeal to the US by the 42yearold Cleveland osteopath vwho won at least reedoin last July 16 Sheppard married Ariane Teb benjohariris a German divorcee he met by mail two days after a federal district judge ordered him released ifroni Ohio Peni tentiary on grounds he had not received a fair trial in the slay ing of his first wife The Sheppards have lived quietly in a Cleveland suburb awaiting final action in the case The appellate court held by a 21 vote on May 5 that Shep pards appeal did not show a violation of federal constitution al rights Wednesdays denial of a rehearing also was 21 Sheppards wife Ariane said he was in a neighborhood mar ket when the word of the denial reached him She added they had not yet reached his attor ney F Lee Bailey in Boston New helicopter total loss for oneday pilot CEDAR RAPIDS Art warniup of Mariners instru ments Twenty four minutes later an answer flashed back signaling that Mariner was obey ing etaoin etaoin etaoin etaoin ee Mariner responded again about an hour later when it locked its electronic eye on Mars and aimed its camera At pm if all goes well the 575pound craft will start making up to 21 photographs as it flies within 6000 miles of the Martian surface Thursday it is supposed to send the photos back to earth perhaps shed ding light on the ancient ques the mystery tion of whether planet has life The warmup signal was sent with Mariner only 107000 miles from Mars and traveling 9970 miles per hour with relation to the planet Its speed will in crease to 11000 mph by the time it flies by The earth command first since last Feb 12 was trans mitted from a tracking station at Johannesburg South Africa It started a lightsensitive scan maxcd a 228day 325million mile flight If everything works scientist expect to release Thursda night or Friday historys firs closeup of the one other plane in the solar system believe likely to harbor some form o life Reddishtinged Mars one half the diameter of earth i the only planet with surfac markings visible in telescopes It has white caps at the pole which could be ice and vas desertlike areas around il equator Between the polar capsj and the desert are splotches of dark green that some scientists have speculated are vegetation The whole central belt is criss crossed by canallike lines with citylike smudges at the ntersections Whether or not Mariner 4 finds evidence of life its suc cess would bring the United States tremendous prestige for the greatest technical achieve ment yet in deep space trans mission of photographs across ner looking for the bright disk of Mars And it started Mariners cam era making warmup clicks al though it will not actually take pictures until time Hie space crafts activities have been con trolled by an onbbard timer The activity Wednesday cli to be loyal to the historic re sponsibility the country has be stowed on them The communique said Ihe armed forces are solidly uni fied and are determined to maintain order and security in spite of the anarchical out breaks in Quito and Guayaquil Amid the unrest the wife of junta President Ramon Castro Jijon left Guayaquil by plane Tuesday night for the United StatesThe reason for her trip was not known Nlorth Weather outlook Fair and cooler Wednesday nighf lows 5055 Partly cloudy and mild Thursday highs Weather Details on Page 2 Welty of Cedar Rapids received a license Tuesday to pilot his helicopter Tuesday evening he was fly ing his wife to a softball game and the helicopter crashed as he was making a turn to land in a vacant lot at the north edge of the city Mr and Mrs Welty escaped injury He said he had no insurance on the helicopter which was described as a total loss SAME Bootlegging charge in Clear Lake CLEAR Earl Weldon Harlan Clear Lake has been charged with bootlegging by Clear Lake police He is accus ed of providing malt liquor for two youths Harlan was arrested Tuesday about pm He waived pre liminary hearing in Jess Buttle mans Justice Court and was bound over to the District Court on a bond of He was un able to provide the bond and was taken to the county jail The two youths Lynn Wilson Greiman and Joseph Paul Grci man each 17 and both of Gar ner were fined and costs each on charges of illegal pos session of malt liquor According to police the two boys contacted Harlan in Calla nans Smoke Shop took him to he liquor store where they gave Harlan purchased the 18 eightounce cans of malt liq uor and the boys returned Har lan uptown The boys were apprehended with the malt liquor in their car and information was obtained from them with Har lans arrest following HISTORIAN DEAD GAINESVILLE Fla AP Dr Arthur W Thompson 44 author and American History professor at the University of Florida since 1946 died Tues day Phototax THAT FAMOUS SHOE SOLE E Stevenson Democratic candidate for president in 1952 bared a worn shoe sole at a Labor Day rally in Flint Mich Behind him is thenGov G Mennen Williams of Michigan Stevenson US ambassa dor to the United Nations collapsed on a London street Wednesday and died in a hospital 134 million miles The Soviet Unions attempt to duplicate the feat failed last April when the Marsbound Zond 2 two day after Mariner 4 shot aloft Nov stopped sending back sig nals Mariner 4 is expected to take up to 21 pictures in a 25minute northsouth photo sweep at alti tudes ranging from 7000 to 5600 miles The clearest which may show pbjects as small as miles in length or diameter could prove once and for all whether the socalled canals are the handiwork of intelligent beings Even if the camera should fail scientists say they will not be overly disappointed in the million Mars exploration pro McNqmgrq says Mav recall Stricken while in London Was there for talks LONDON UP Adlai E Stevenson died Wednesday apparently of a strokeor a heart attack He was 65 The US ambassador to tha United Nations twice Demo cratic candidate for president collapsed outside Ihe US Em bassy in Grosvenor Square Ha was taken to St Georges Hos pital where he was pronounced dead Stevenson was on a short visit to London and had just left tha embassy when he was stricken He was walking With Mrs Ronald Marietta Tree who holds the rank of ambassador as US representative on tha UN Trusteeship Council When he fell she got down on hands and knees and tried to revive h i m with mouth to mouth breathing Neither the hospital nor tha embassy was prepared to say immediately whether Stevenson had been the victim of a stroka or a heart attack Shortly be fore he had made a radio re cording in the embassy and offi cials there said he seemed per fectly all right at the time gram The windmillshaped craft carries instruments to measure solar radiation trapped in Mars magnetic field a possible hazard to a manned landing planned in the 1970s induct men If its radio is working when Mariner 4 swings behind Mars precise calibration of the fading signal will show the density and depth of the planets atmos phere RUN OVER NEW YORK AP Martin Kuperberg 26 of Manhattan fell Tuesday night from a sub way platform into the well of the tracks and two cars a train passed over him He suf fered an injured hip WASHINGTON AP Sec retary of Defense Robert S Mc tfamara said Wednesday new US troops increases in South Viet Nam would make it neces sary to consider calling up mili tary reserves extending tours of duty and enlarging draft calls McNamara Ambassadordes ignate Henry Cabot Lodge and Gen Earle G Wheeler chair man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff are leaving for Saigon on a weeklong survey which is gen erally expected to result in a decision to make substantial increases in the US forces in Viet Nam At a forenoon news confer ence McNamara said the Com munists have forces in the coun try which they have not yet used and he therefore predicted new Red military operations Guns seized HICAGO youngsters vis iting North Iowa farms Page 36 Editorials 4 Society news 678 Comics 12 Sports 1920 Bogalusa truce offer rejected Clear Lake news 2425 North Iowa news 27 Mason City news 2829 BOGALUSA La AP Civil rights forces prepared for stepped up demonstrations Wed day after rejecting the gover nors plea for a 30day truce They made a tragic mis take said Gov John J Mc Keithen who flew here Tuesday from Baton Rouge to confer with the Bogalusa Civic and Vot ers League executive board Before flying back to the capi tal McKeithen ordered the 375 state troopers on emergency duty here to confiscate every gun they see anywhere around future demonstrations Guns are not illegal unless concealed But the governor ordered them seized anyhow Militants on both sides have been keeping guns handy usually in nearby parked cars A white man was shot and seri ously wounded last week when he attacked Negroes at a pro test march The leagues civil rights drive is backed by the Congress ol Racial Equality and the contro versial unaffiliated Deacons o Defense and Justice an armed Negro defensive group Segregation forces include the Ku Klux Klan The Viet Cong are eontinu ng to increase in South Viet McNamara said They lave forces in the country they lave not yet assigned to com bat I We can expect further in creases in Viet Cong operations Because offorces not yet as signed to combat President Johnson had dis closed Tuesday that calling re serves to active duty and en arging draft quotas were under consideration but said that no decisions would be made pend ng the return of the McNamara survey group We will do whatever is nec essary Johnson told a news conference Tuesday in charging ncreased aggression against South Viet Nam from the Com munist north and reaffirming US determination to defeat it It is quite possible that new and serious decisions will be necessary in the near future he said His news conference statement amounted to an alert to the American people of possi ble grim news in the offing It could also be read as one more warning to the Communists that the United States will not see South Viet Nam conquered Johnson refused in response to a specific question to rule out the possibility of a major land war in Asia Stevenson had been in to attend sessions of the UN Economic and Social Council in Geneva and was on his way backhome He had gone direct to Geneva from the UN 20th anniversary observance in San Francisco He had consulted privately with SecretaryGeneral U Thant in Geneva on the Viet Nam crisis He arrived here from Paris on Sunday and had been expect ed to return to the US this weekend His last appearance at the United Nations was before the recent Security Council meeting on the Dominican crisis At that time he vigorously de fended the US action in send ing military forces to the Do minican Republic Stevenson twice ran for presidency against Dwight D Eisenhower in 1952 and 1956 For almost three years dur ing Harry S Trumans admin istration he served as a dele gate to international confer ences including the first two sessions of the UN General Assembly in 1946 and 1947 Stevenson had been an im portant figure at the San Fran cisco conference of 1945 ihat drafted the UN charter President Kennedy appointed Stevenson as chief delegate to the United Nations Jan 23 1961 Flea markets thrive for Iowa antique hunters By VIRGIL CORDER AMES markets are flourishing in Iowa as an tique hunters relentlessly stalk the rare relics of yesteryear Collectors the nation over are finding Iowa the heart of the happy hunting ground for the old rare beautifuland bizarre items created by past genera tions To the fellow who has been bitten by theantique bug what is unique to his neighbor may appear as a gem of purest ray sereriev r Most of the antiques are here in the Midwest from Indiana to eastern Nebraska fays Glen Hyde who with his wife operates an antique shop in Council Bluffs That is out side the ships bells or marine items which are more common in the East Eastern dealers are coming out here to collect these rare as spinning wheels harness shop items and even glassware Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson of Story City agree Said Johnson Many of the rare old antiques are in Iowa Only when there is an estate sale do these items come to things were brought out here by bur early settlers and remained here Hydes ex The wagon train west was no place to carry more than necessities Johnson 55 and his wife are collecting antiques with an eye to the future are looking to retire ment says Mrs Johnson It gives us something to look for ward to It should fulfill an am bition for that retirement void Collectors and dealers often meet at flea markets places where antique fanciers buy and sell antiques They get the name from the old practice of havinga kind of giant community white elephant sale once a year When people brought in what they had that they didnt want and put it on the market Some people attending the an nual marketing fair it appears made a practice of selling off their surplus dogs and cats Where there were dogs there were fleas hence the name flea market Mr and Mrs Kenneth Dalzier of Waterloo who collect an tiques as a sideline attend 10 or 12 flea markets in Iowa a year A couple of other regulars are Mrs Richard Thornburg and her daughter Sally of Baglcy Its a lot of fun taking in these markets says Mrs Thornburg Im afraid our whole family is antiqueminded now Some 2000 persons attended a flea market here over a re cent twoday weekend They came from all over Iowa and from other states Glen Miller of near Ames showed an old caliope made he said about 1920 It blared out music including such songs as BoopBoopaDoop and The Blue Danube on its 43 whis tles How much is it worth Id take for it says Miller This one is automatic They havent made em since 1929 Rex Woodward of Jefferson who says he attends 12 to 15 such markets annually was col lecting items he hopes to put away for a future rise in prices One he was studying was a salesmans model of a 1927 Packard automobile made of heavy metal and almost large enough to hold a child He said it was very rare The price Antique dealers often get ad vance word when an estate is to be closed and auctioned off and they submit bids in ad vance never attending the sale itself If their offer is higher than any bid at the auction they get the article Antique collecting is more profitable than putting money into farm land says one deal er You dont have to water antiques to get them to grow LBJ hears of death near tears WASHINGTON W President Johnson near tears over tha death of Adlai E Stevenson said Wednesday that America lias lost its most eloquent spirit its finest voice The world of freedom and human dignity has lost its most articulate cham pion The President ordered tha flags of the United States flowa at half staff at all government buildings and installations and on naval ships at home and abroad until after Stevensons uneral And shock at as sorrow vas evident in Congress Johnson was notified of Stev ensons death by Secretary State Dean Rusk who had re ceived word by telephone from the US Embassy in London Both the Persident and Rusk were at the White House luncheon honoring members ot the Joint United StatesJapan JOHNSON Turn to 1 ;