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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1965, Mason City, Iowa FOCUS on North Iowa at are By CHARLES W WALK North Director ROCKFORD It took Mrs Robert Dorothy Hamilton and her daughter Jane 52 hours to transport two of the familys horses 1100 miles to the Na tional HalfArabian Champion ships in Albuquerque NM last week a The trip home from Albuquer que actually took a couple of hours longer but the two wom en agree the return trip didnt seem nearlyas long The women again agree that the reason for this is thiarthey were bringing home a couple of which helpedto take their minds off the long similes Thoseitems were a couple of championship trophies the duo of Hamilton horses had won in the national show One of the trophies belongs to CandyhorseLittle Toot a 7 yearold gelding which was named grand champion of tho gelding division of the show The other cup was awarded to Stick OCandy a 12yearold mare which was reserve cham pion of her division The grand championship gar nered came as no big surprise to the Hamiltons He was an outstanding horse we got him years ago and has improved right along Jane points out previous show record affirms this statement He qual ified for the national show by winning championship honors at the Nebraskastate show in 1963 and the Minnesota state show last year In order to even be invited to the national show a horse must have won a state show in the previous two years Win ners from 17 state shows com peted in the Albuquerque affair reserve champion ship was a little more surpris ing to the Hamiltons Candy has been kind of a family pet since we got her as an llmonthold filly Mrs Hamilton points out If was of anafterthought that we even entered her in the state show in Des Moincs last month Candy won in Des Moincs and thus qualified for the na tional finals x The only marc to top Candy in the Albuquerque show was a 3yearold from California which Mrs Hamilton describes as a really gorgeous animal Because Candy has been a family pet she hasnt been shown very much Actually Mrs Hamilton admits we didnt show her very much because we couldnt stand the thought of another horse beating her Please turn to Page 2 FOCUS The newspaper that makes all North 1 owans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 28 1965 f 10c Paper Consists Two Aisoclated Tress Full Lease Wires No 119 Jets dump cartoons Sue Sondrol new Miss Mason City S u e Sondrol of Clear Lake was crowned Miss Mason City Mr and Mrs Herbert Charlson 1965 at Roosevelt Fieldhouse of St Ansgar was named first Saturday night Withthe den of Beauty as the setting Miss Sondrol was crowned by Miss Sondrol was crowned by Gerro Gordo County in the Miss which last years titleholder Linda Iowa pageantto be held July PrePared to advocate M 3 ncrtn J v Hanson Miss Mason City 1965 is the daughter of Mr and Mrs T 1417 at Davenport Other contestants in this years pageant were Sharon j i T m V mi Jcal a jjajjuiuu were snaron ESondrol Jr The Jeanne Fial daughtcr of Mr 20yearo d girl will be a junior and M Wcsl Qg at the University of Iowa this virginiapenelope Ann Peter fall where she is a vocal nmsc son daughter of Mr and Mrs major Preceding the crowning of new queen Leslie Jean Bennett dau ert Bennetty 120 named second runnerup and Miss Congeniality rer of Commie convicted BERKELEY Calif The daughter of an admitted Com munist was first 40 persons found guilty Monday of trespassing and resistingarrest as the climaxofamass trial of 674 defendants for campus dis orders at the University of Cali fornia The 674 began a parade of in dividual appearances before a municipal judgeThe 40 Who ap peared in the firsthalfhour all were adjudged actual sentencingJuly 19 after probation studies x v 1 Among the first 40 was Bet 20 a student tina Aptheker whose father Dr Herbert Aptheker teaches at the New York School for Marxist Studies He frequently hassaid he has been a Communist for 30 years The trial without a jury last ing more than a month was of somo 150 Most of the others stipulated acceptance of what ever the verdict would be Miss Aptheker who has stat ed she is not a Communist was among the leaders in campus sitins protestinga rule banning advocacy of such activities as collecting funds for civil rights work in the South The first 40 were adjudged guilty of resisting arrest and trespassing but innocent of un lawful assembly The paradefor the verdict was expected to go on all day In all 674 defendants will ap pear in three groups An indi bo handed down for each per son All are charged with trespass ing and failure to disperse Some who had to be carried from thebuildihgY are also MHCOn Opponents from thebuilding are also charged with resisting arrest Mary Charlson daughter of Miss Sondrol willrepresent Dirksen warns of coalition WASHINGTON AP Sen Everett M Dirksen said Monday anyone who talks about US concessions in the Vietnamese var should be specific He varned against establishing a outh Vietnamese coalition gov Tiiment which would include pmmunists Speaking on the Republican National Committee radio pro ram the GOP ienate leader said Any who talk of concessions by the United States have an obligation to specify thejkinds oi oncessions which they are Dr and Mrs James Arndt daughter of Mr and Mrs Delbert Arndt 317 25th SW and Linda Kay Heil skov daughter Mr and Mrs Holger Heilskov of Hampton Among hcrvgifts Miss Sondrol a scholarship rom Pepsi Cola a bouquet of a trophy and an evening jown for her appearance in the K s Iowa Pageant Serving as judges were Jo leen Wolfe Fairbank of Des VIoines Miss Iowa of 1962 Robert Halford of Clear Lake past Miss Iowa Pageant direc tor Ken Kew local television personality Mrs Gladys Lewis of Klemme a speech and dra matics instructor and Ray Holtz of Greene an instrumen tal instructor How a r d Kennedy another Mason City television person ality served as master of cere monies assisted by Miss Han son Organ music was fur nished by Mrs F E McDon aid and DonSabban was fea ture soloist Contestants were judged in Ihree divisions Evening gown talent and swim suit The three finalists were each asked two impromptu questions before the naming of the new queen and her two runncrsup For her talent performance Miss Sondrol gave a vocal solo Love Is Where You Find It Miss Charlson sang Summer time from Porgy and Bess and Miss Bennett presented a toe dance to Belle of the Ball Pageant committee chairmen of the sponsoring Junior Cham ber of Commerce were Jim Stewart general chairman Hugh Cooling cochairman Don Friest director in charge Gene Ehlert entries Rod Wade staging Howard Kennedy pub Senator Fulbright suggests the Geneva agreements of 195i in all their specifications as a basis for settling the conflict in Viet Nam But this agreement as Secretary Rusk acknowl dged in 1962 contained a fata law in providing veto power to he Communist member of the nterriational commission estab jshedtb supervise the execution f theterms of the Geneva set lement This mistakemust be avoid edin any future peace settle ment So musrthe mistake of establishing acoalitiongovern ment with Communist partici pation forSouthViet NamT Bit ter experience should have licity and promotion Larry mistake Wolf ticket sales1 Bob Okcr vidual verdict guilty or Juafln8 Karen Bahadur Shastri suggested that cent of two or three charges will L and the United States pause again in Reynolds official fl L nOS MIAMI Fla AP Chris administration building Police gerian Baptist said EVERETT DIRKSEN Issues a warning taught us that such a coalition merely defers a Communes takeover Dirksens personal references were to Sen J W Fulbright D Leaflets aimed at North Viet SAIGON W US Air Force planes dumped 215 million cartoon leaflets overfive cities in North Viet Vam Monday urging residents to oppose the Commu nist government a US spokesman reported All the cities were South of Hanoi They are cnown centers of Roman Catholicism or other groups potentially likely to be opposed to the Communist gov ernment The US spokesman said the drops were the be Jnning of a major leaflet campaign to be carried out n North Viet Nam below a certain line south of Hanoi The northernmost city was the Catholic com munity of Phat Diem 55 miles south of Hanoi The others were Thanh Hoa r i Bai Thuong Dong Phon Bliss rules out splinter GOP units New York cab drivers strike Taxicabs areVfpacked in this parking lot at 45th Street and llth Avenue Monday when normal ly the lot is empty in the morning presence AP Pliotofax in the lot reflects the lack of cabs on the streets of New York City following the strike by drivers They are seeking union recognition Winds pound low At least seven persons are injured By THEASSOCIATED PRESS Scores of Iowa communities were cleaning up debris Mon Ark chairman of the Senate day after pounding winds roared Foreign Relations Committee across t the state Sunday night and Secretary of State Dean in the worst storm of the sum Rusk i In a June IS speech to the Senate Fulbright said US poli cy has been and should re main one of determination to end the warat the earliest pos sible time by a negotiated set tlement involving major sions by sides He did not specify what these concessions were but said one possible term of settlement might be acceptance of the 1954 Geneva accords in all their specifications In weekenddevelopments re volving around the Viet Nam war Adlai E Stevenson US ambassador to the United Na tions said if a vote were taken in the United Nations now it would conclude that US bomb ing of North Viet Nam was a mer least seven were Buildingswere wrecked Trees were uprooted and they blocked streets vand disrupted power and telephone service DahiageV was particularly icavy at the Creston and Oskas lopsaairports Indian PrimeMinister Lai its bombing of North Viet Nam The bombings of the Commu nist North were halted from May12 to 18 after Shastri had proposed such action as a way to encourage negotiations The United Stiles declared At Creston Mrs Donald John ston suffered back and leg cuts when the familys trailer house was overturned and thrown into a utility pole Johnston manager of the Creston Municipal Airport and their daughter Melody 16 also were in the trailen They es caped injury Half of a cityowned hanger at the airport was demolished One airplane was overturned and badly damaged and two others suffered minor damage Farms in the Creston area suf fered damage to buildings and streets in Creston were blocked by uprooted trees Power was off at the little community of Shannon City near Creston for several hours At Knoxvillc Mrs Mary Blackman 42 a Knoxville ele mentary teacher was hospital ized with a head injury suf fered when a tree fell on her Report no conversation before crash EL TORQ Calif In vestigators seeking the cause of a Military Air Transport that killed 84 have one lesselite than they thought have A Marine Corps spokesman said Sunday there was no con versation between the pilot Capt William F Cordell Jr and the control tower after he took off at am Friday One minute later the C135 jet smashedinto lapp foot high Loma explod ing on impactvabpift 10Q fedt be low the Hdgetop Investigators hoped arecord ing of conversation might reyealfwHat frent wrorig One of was Staff Sgt Bobby L Calhoun 28 of Swan Iowa A i MOON crew to start train ing next month Page 13 Clear Lake news 45 aim auvnil lUlll lllliu Editorials west of Strawberry Point An at Society news attached granary six calves more than 1500 bales of hay some feed and machinery were car At Oskaloosa violent winds caused extensive damage to a hangar at the airport 10 miles south of the city A roof was ripped off a main tenance hangar and tossed on five planes parked inside caus ing an estimated dam age In northeast Iowa lightning was blamed for a fire that de stroyed a barn on the Vercdell JMinard farm about four miles North Iowa news 10 Sports 1M2 Mason City news 1415 Latest markets 14 17 Classified pages 1819 North Iowa Weather outlook Fair to partly cloudy Mon day night showers and thun derstorms in south cooler 55 to 42 Showers and thunderstorms 50 per cent of Tuesday highs 75 to 12 destroyed Power was disrupted for sev eral hours at Maicom cast of Grinnell and a fallen tree blocked Highway 63 north o Maicom for a time Winds of more than 60 miles an hour were reported in cen tral Iowa and more than an inch of rain hit some parts o the state Greenfield had 135 inches o rain and Iowa Falls had 119 inches Waterloo reported 96 Amei 72 Steamboat Rock 70 Corning 63 DCS Moincs 48 and Dubuque and Lamoni 23 Pliotofax McGloin 11yearold Sydney Australia schoolboy drinks hot coffee at Manila International Airport after a 4200mile ride in the cargo hold of a Qantas jetlin er Ian said he left home to play football game was called off because of rain He wan dered out to the airport saw the jet climbed into the car go hold and fell asleep The plane flew from Sydney to Manila Monday Ian is back home again after another free ride in a jet WASHINGTON Chair man Ray C Bliss told the Re publican National Committee Monday he will try to discour age the creation of GOP organ izations which will view for party funds The committee is concerned about splinter organizations anc curious about the case of the ransacked desk at GOP head quarters In his statement there was no mention of the ransacking inci dent and no direct reference to RAY C DLISS Discourages Groups Thuong and Ninh Binh No ground fire or enemy planes were spotted and all ight planes returned safely he spokesman said The leafletswith cartoons on one side and a text on theother charged that the Hanoi govern ment was taking rice from tha people to feed its troops in South Viet Nam Guerrilla fire downed a twin engine 0123 transport 13 miles east of Saigons airport Sunday night and military officials and civilians reported Monday 16 bodies were taken from tha wreckage US military spokesmen an nounced a US Air Force offi cer and an enlisted man were killed They declined to give oth er details including the total number of casualties Their reticence indicated the plane was on a secret mission American and Vietnamese vis itors to the crash area however said the plane slammed into a farmhouse One military source said he understood it carried 20 men all Americans and that all had been killed The two officially announced deaths brought the list of Ameri cans killed in Viet Nam by enemy action to 429 BULLETIN BUDAPEST Hungary Hungarian Communist party chief Janos Kadar resigned Monday as premier in a ma jor government reshuffle ap parently designed to follow the Soviet example of collective leadership by top government and party func tions Barry Goldwaters newborn Free Society Association However Bliss told the com miltee members We will never have a strong united party until our fund rais ing efforts are also united and coordinated It is for this single reason that I view with some concern the creation of separate organ izations which solicit funds from Republicans whether these or ganizations be liberal moder ate or conservative My first responsibility is to finance the operation of the Republican Na ional Committee Until that op eration is fully financed and vc are far from that position at his moment I like my prede cessors must attempt at least o discourage the creation of or ganizations which will compete with us in the soliciting of Re publican funds However once these organ izations become a reality we certainly will attempt to fully utilize the assistance they may render to the Republican cause Bliss noted he has had only 89 days in which to reorganize the party lineup since succeeding Dear Burch who served as na tional chairman under Goldwa ter 1964 GOP presidential nomi nee The chairman said nothing about his action in firing William Cody Kelly longtime political associate who was his chief aide for rummaging through the desk of finance di rector Frank JKovac Four Americans were killed Sunday night and Monday in Viet Nam US authorities an nounced Two paratroopers were killed by an accidental shot from tha shotgun of another paratrooper at the Bie Hoa Air Base US military authorities reported They gave no other details US and Vietnamese planes also dropped bombs on North Viet Nam Monday In the heaviest of the report ed raids 12 Vietnamese Sky raider fighterbombers accom panied by four Vietnamese Sky raiders attacked a barracks compound 10 miles north of the 17th parallel Four US Navy Skyhawk pi ots reported they destroyed or damaged 10 barges a foot Bridge and a highway bridge 80 to 100 miles south of Hanoi Four Navy Skyraider pilots reported they attacked a bridge 180 miles south of Hanoi and damaged or destroyed seven railroad boxcars All planes operations were re ported to have returned safely VIETNAM Please Turn to Page 2 ;