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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 17, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Newspaper that mokes all North lowons neighbors UTY WZETTE Edlt VOL Itt i ud FMM FuOLMM WlTM MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY 17 1943 10e a Pmper OM At least K is off his back JH 1 consolation for Kennedy WASHINGTON AP About the only consolation for Presideni JCennedy t in these troubled days at home andabroad is that Soviel Premier Khftshchev has climbed down off his back for a white Khrushchevs time is taken up with Red China while Kennedy tries to cope with racial troubles in this country with getting Sen ate approval of a limited nuclear testban treaty and with restor ing senseand order in South Viet United States almost with the past ever since this country andBritain signed the testban agreemenl with the Soviet Union in Moscow Aug 5 They have even been restrained American racial disorders although thats a subject made to measure for vCommunist propa ganda There can be any number of guesses about t h e reasons The Russians dont want to give Senate op ponents of the treaty extra ammunition be NIKITA fore the Senate or the Russians want a new era of bet ter relations with this country be cause of their disaster with the But wHheotaoy of sons there is another explanation for the recently muted tones toward The Soviet Union has its hands full with its former Chinese ally f become as hysterical as SovietChinese attacks on the WestusedtoJbVr The two giant Communist allie working together had the re sources for endless mischief and unimagined gains in corner and on smacks Gulf then fades KIDS SLEEP ON GYM FLOOR IN LAKE CHARLES Underpass contract A difference of in two low bids just over for he Monroe SW underpass al ready has caused two delays in awarding the contract The awarding now is sched uled for a meeting of the City Council at 7 pm Wednesday The action came at a meeting of the council1 atJT aftn Tuesday in whkhaCityEngineer Richard Widseth was instructed to check past performance of the low bld defjonthe project Schmidt Con struction syiswpfsf earth As they may well cance out their ambition to communize the world although it seems cer tain Red China will neverstop short of military defeat trying I take over at least all of Asia French President Charles de Gaulle consciously or not may be reflecting exactly such a sfat of mihd in his several acts c contrary and painful individual ism since the beginning of this year For their part the Russians a this moment can hardly know where they are or where they are going with the Red Chinesewhose menace to the Soviet Union will increase and not diminish Owners of Sahara Club are cleared DES MOINES torsof Sahara Supper Club Sheffield frere cleared of i liquor law violation charge Tuesday The charge was brought by Frank Meskimen Cedar Falls member of the commissions enforcement staff who con tended he was sold a drink at the supper club 1 am Meskimen also testified that the bartender at the supper club mixed two drinks after making1the sale to the state igent 0 Robert Riggins operator of the club denied at the hearing that any drinks had ever been sold after hours at the club His bartender Robert Jones testi fied that on the night Meski men visited the club the last drink was mixed at am After Meskimen consumed the beverage in a single gulp he asked for another and was told nope its too late North Iowa Weather outlook Decreasing cloudiness Toes cy lews in mid Ms cloudy to cloudy Wed nesday chance of showers hiffn near M 35 I affiffiggrwYSit trying for the contract Wallace Holland Mason City consulting engineershad esti nated the costof the projectat 39079885 All were referred Monday night to the pecial meeting Tuesday A1 MasonCity firm Combs Con structionCo submitted a sec ond of Widseth said later Tuesday morning an engineer in the Min nesota Highway C o m m ission told him Schmidt had built three bridges for them in 1961 and all were satisfactory and com pleted on time Widseth said Glenn iDoty Mason City district engineer for the Iowa Highway Commission called Schmidt one of the best in the state Other contractors and their bids were Brogan Construction Co Des Moines Henkel ConstructionCo Mason City Iowa Bridge Co Des Moines Jensen Construction Co Des Storrh slows as it moyes inland PORT ARTHUR Tex Cindy slam med mto the Texas coast at 8 am GST Tuesday with winds of 80 milesan hour and then began disin tegrating as it moved inland hurricane of the year and the only one that has reached the high winds and tides at the Texas Lake farmer killed Bull mauls Charley Schmol CLEAR LAKE le Schmoll 76 Route 2 was kille Moriday afternoon when he was mauled by a 1100 pound bull in the cattle yard at the farm northeast of Clear Lake Death was attributed to s crushed chest and other inju TT Tm SWEET DREAMS ON GYM FLOOR Louisiana coast all night The hurricane sprang up quickly and unexpectedly Monday and diminished as rapidly Tuesday Texas coastal residentsgeneral ly remained calm Only those liv ing on very low ground fled their homes Tides at were ex pected to go no higher than 5 feet above normal after earlier forecasts of 8 feet Even at 5 feet some ground issubject to flooding in this low area Galvestons tides reached 5 to 8 feet above normal But the major portion of the flooding came from heavy rain rather than tides The Red Cross counted 1078 persons it had placed in 13 shel ters in Galveston County Weathermen predicted that rains as great as 10 inches would fall as a result of the hurricane Strong winds spread out 100 miles from the eye x The storm sprang up suddenly in1 the Gulf of Mexico Monday and didnot reachthe power of a hur Heavy agenda for v General Assembly J f J 4 A ricane until late afternoon PWi JIWl flitilu faia UNITED AP Moines and Welden BrothersIowa Falls W i d s e t h said construction thaw in SovietWestern re lations heartened delegates of 111 member states convening to open the 18th General Assembly Tues day but trouble brewed over white rule in Africa The 32 African delegations have made plain they will concentrate their fire on the racial and colo nial policies of South Africa and Portugal with demands for an economic boycott and renewed attempts to oust both nations from the world forum Britain will be the targef for AsianAfrican charges that it is supporting a white government in Rhodesia at the expense of the i l Normally thequestion would be airedfirst in the1 social committee which deals with human rights but the AsianAfricanswant a di rect fuUdress assembly debate MalnTattrjction of the opening eek will bethe appearance of President Kennedy who is sched uled to deliver the US policy speech Friday mainly black population The South Viet Nam govern ments struggle with the nations hould be completed May 1he said In connection with the under pass the council also authorized purchase of two triangularpar cels of land from the Milwaukee Railroad for touch off fireworks Tlje United States said it supporta demand by 14 Asian African nations for Cfeneral As sembly debate on their charges that President Ngo Dinh Diem has suppressed Buddhist rights in South Viet Nam week slightly tothe westafter first aiming at Sabine Pass which sep arates Louisiana and Texas At Port Arthur about 530 per sons sought refuge iri Edison Jun ior High School of CameronLa was sealed off as rising tides covered the only highways leading inland It was in Cameron and sur rounding Cameron Parish that It will be Kennedys first ap pearance before the assembly since 1961 A diplomatic luncheon has for him and Canadian PrimeMinister Lester B Pearson by SecretaryGeneral U Thant Kennedy is not expected to r confer privately with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gro myko or any oiher diplomats dur ing his brief stay in New York Gromyko head of the Soviet UN delegation is expected to give his governments policy statement Thursday T WALLACE DIES BURBANK Calif Wallace 76 composer of Hin dustan and a music director at the Walt Disney Studios for 2Z Q years died Sunday Audrey in 1957 The 10000 residents of the par ish moved inland most to Lake Charles and Sulphur At least three persons were missing on boats off the parish Twentysix men trapped by the sudden forming of the storm rode out the winds and battering waves on two offshore oil well drilling rigs Crewmen on one ng report ed 30foot waves and 55 mileper hour winds Lake Charles Mayor Alfred E Roberts declared his city in a state of emergencyand said it was prepared to feed up to10 000 refugees Salvation Army and other relief agencies moved in Port Arthurs 70000 population boarded up taped windows and sandbagged to reduce damage NO MEETING WASHINGTON MVPresident Kennedy does not plan to hold a Dr J E Christopherson county medical examiner wa called to thes s c c n e Mr SchmolT was found by his son Wilbur at pm as he cam in field Dr may have occurred about 4 pm He said there evidence s evence o a struggle along one side of th barn fence fo a distance of 25 feet It ap peared Mr Schrijoll was trying to make his wayto a gate in fence Schmoll died within i minutes after the struggle Funeral services will be X rtl II Jet I W TTUJ JJC more than 500 diedin hurricane at Pm at the news conference this week Ward Funeral Home with the Rev E G Ulland pastor of the Lake Mills Methodist Church officiating Burial will be in Clear Lake Cemetery Mr Schmoll cameto Clear Lake in 1908 and worked three years on the Frank Tesene farm and laterfor William Knaack He was married to Frances Knaack March 26 1918 at Mason City They farmed near Clausens Cove several years and in 1923 moved to the present farm He was a director of the Cerro Gordo Mutual Insurance Co for 24 years Survivors include his sons Merlyn Lake Mills and Wil bur at home and two grand sons Jack and Henry He was preceded in death by his wife in March 1957 five brothers and four sisters Pallbearers will be Al K C a T s f e n s Floyd Hockaday George Lee Gus Heinrich Fred Linahon and Walter Bisgrove DOGS BEST rensyral6n old found waiting out a storrii in a public K wasnt so bad with company like Tesh his s QOgr i BIRMINGHAM Ala minghairi Negroes incensed ove he bombing deaths of four o heir children plan to march o Montgomery to lay directly befor Govv George C Wallace their feel ng that he isto blame for th layings At their first gather ing since the unday morning dynamite blast n estimated 1200 Negroes took unanimous standing vote Mon ay night to endorse a march on he state house The vote came after threein egration leaders calledfor non iolence andaccused Walla ceo ausingv the racial tension that lee o the dynamiting of the Sixteenth treet Baptist Church No date or the march was set it An afternoon funeral service for arol Robertson 14 one of the our girls killed by the blast was cheduled at St Johns African lethodist Episcopal church The RevFred Shuttlesworth old the mass services or the other three victims wil e Wednesday afternoon a he Sixth Avenue South Baptist the rally was held The threewere Denise Me Gifts pour into Aberdeen Every one getting along fine 2to s v ABERDEEN SD TV MR FISCHER ABERDEEN SD The Fischer quintuplets went into their fourth day Tuesday breath ing easily and with reported good Color on all of them Dr James Berbos who brought the four girls and a boy into the world between 1 and 3 am Sat urday had termed the first 72 hours crucial He left St Lukes Hospital shortly before midnight apparently satisfied his charges were doing well But be warned that the prema ture quints born to Mrs Mary Ann Fischer 30 still could have hurdles saying Theres no mag ic number for any danger period It justdepends on their dayto day condition The quints took their first for mula a teaspoon of artificial milk every two hours were reported to be assim ilating it well At the same time the babies their full names and an array of gifts informally assessed at more than Their mother had her first meet ing with newsmen since the births apd told three photographers Mon day night I feel fine The photographers permitted In her room only 10 minutes to shobl still pictures television tape and movie film on a pool basis reported Mrs Fischer very cheer ful Mrs Fischer and her husband Andrew 38V made the final deci sion on names for the four girls Monday night They willbe Mary Ann Mary Catherine Mary Margaret and Mary Magdalene The lone boy had been named James An drew earlier Mary Ann is named after her mother Mary Catherine is named for Sister Mary Stephen the St Lukes Hospital administrator who was Catherine Davis before she became a nun Mary Margaret is named for Margaret Dorman chief nurse In pediatrics at St Lukes and Mary Magdalene is named for her paternal grand mother The quints were deluged with gifts ranging from diaper service to college scholarships The offers included a fouryear scholarship for James Andrew to St Josephs College in Philadel phia scholarships to all five at Northern State College here and scholarships for all four girls to two girls schools Presentation Junior College here and Mount Mary College at Yankton SD QUINTS Please turn to 2 MRS FISCHER Nair 11 COJJJQ and Wesley both 14 the nation called for use of more federal in Birmingham but a government source in Washing ton said there was no legal basis to put additional troops in the city now There are 300 federaiized National Guardsmen on alert Sheriff MelvihBailey said two white teenagers were arrested on an open charge in the slaying of one oftwo Negro boys shot to death afew hours after the dynai mite blast City police said the other youth yas killed when they fired buck BIRMINGHAM Please turn to page 2 Inside The Globe DEBATE1 ON treaty labon on Page 2 OAD DEFENDS himself i against 1ITY COUNCIL passes nuisance ordinance PageS DODGERS WIN key game from Cards Page 13 SCHOOL BOARD approves high school plans Page 17 Editorialstjt 4 Clear Lake news North a Society news 01MI Sports news 1314 Latest markets 14 Mason City news jg Farm news 19 Transit timetable 20 Classified pages JQ2I SAME 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