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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edfctd for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 99 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated Press tnd United Press rnlernational Full Leaso Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 14 1961 7c a Copy This Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No 239 Patrolmans story a hoax Ch argea w ith ing 1 A IA retiring j Navyman reminisces Burke lists achievements By ROBERT J DONOVAN New York Herald Tribune News Service of Ameri cas most colorful sailors is re tiring as chief of naval operations this month still convinced that saltwater navies are here to stay and troubled like everyone elsej by the Berlin dilemma 1 have three Adm Arleigh A 31 Knot Burke reminisced as he started clearing up his desk at the Pentagon I installed a pair of anchors in front of the Naval Observatory gate I planted a hell of a lot of dogwood trees because I like to plant dSgwood trees and like to see them in bloom And I started the Polaris missile Spent most of weekend with woman FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES charge ically accused him of embezlNearly 1000 law officers and of zling his service revolver volunteers scoured southern embezzlement was filed Friday Wilke who was the object of Iowa and northern Missouri over against a young Iowa highway j a widespread search Saturday the weekend before he turned up courthouse and implicated Mrs natrolman who claimed he hadand Sundav was beins held unat the A L Keen farm iGrubbs but had been the victim of myj own misdeeds He said Wilkej later dictated a statement at the patrolman who claimed he had land Sunday was being held unat the A L Keen farm been kidnaped by three men lastjder maximum security at thej Wilke a milk route driver be i Chariton Hospital Pesch said ifore he became a patrolman weekend iGrubbs The commissioner said that Wilke related the following Safety Commissioner C a r Pesch also said the charge of j several years ago was reported Wilke was continuing On reg Pesch said Robert Hermanconspiracy would be f i 1 e dmissing by his 30yearold wifeular patrol duty shortly after1 Wilke has admitted that his kidj against Mrs Grubbs I Eleanor Saturday a m last Saturday and naping story was a hoax and thai Wilke had said he was over when he failed to return homejobserved a car driven by Mrs he and a woman spent part of j powered about am lastj after his tour of duty ended at j Grubbs in the area where the 46 hours in a Sioux City motel j Saturday on Highway 65 aboutjl am The Wilkes three chilj patrol car later was found1 The woman implicated byja halfmile south of Highway idren are Allen 12 Charlotte 11 j abandoned j Wilke 31 Chariton was identi34 when he stopped to assist ajand Randy 5 i The patrolman said he had fied as Mrs Nancy Grubbs 491 motorist parked along the high Pesch said Wilke has been visited with Mrs Grubbs on pre who was being held for Iowa thorities in Hiawatha Kan I suspended pending disposition of ROBERT WILKE breaks down Pesch said the charge againstfarm home near Lamoni Sunday Wilke the father of three chilnight some 45 miles from the filed in Chariton specifipoint of the reported abduction The patrolman walked into a i charges by the commissioner area vious occasions in the Chariton with the state executive coun He said he left his patrol carl cil Removal proceedings will beialong the side of the road Soil t 11 i i i i 11 i I IT II VlHc G O nH I Interest dividend tax withholding approved Pesch said Wilke broke down i and admitted the story to Patrol HE SAID Mrs Grubbs regis Photofax filed with the council he added m Mrs Grubbs car and drove NEW MIgg ugA gh B 6w lg Minden La Sioux City with her I whose father sent her to modeling school to im prove my carriage was crowned Miss USA in pre liminaries for the Miss Universe contest at Miami Beach Fla Sh 362336d her way to the title in a field of 15 semifinalists She succeeds Linda Bement Salt Lake City last years Miss USA and Miss Uni verse Chief David Herrick about tered them at the Weeping Wil pm Thursday PESCH SAID the patrolman admitted he was not abducted low Motel in Sioux City and they stayed there until Sunday morn ing He said that during the time WASHINGTON UPI The House Ways Means committee Friday ap Iproved a compromise version of President Kennedys plan for extending tax with AS IT HAPPENS the submajholding to interest and dividends rineborne Polaris developed byj Federal income taxes already are withheld on wages and salaries the Navy since Adm Burke The committee estimated that its plan would pickup million of an esti Se 0r million in annual tax revenue which is lost through failure of taxpay or oL3ii in iyoD i i ranks as one of the foremost reers to report income from dividends and interest taliatory weapons in the American Under the plan ibW per cent of interest and dividends would be withheld arsenal Each Polaris banks or corporations carries 16 nucleararmed missiles j aid to the us Treasury Five submarines are now in existindividual saver or investor A total of 29 have receive the balance N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES encc authorized Other congressional develop Thats a hell of a lot of megajmenls tons the admiral observed Foreign aid President Ken Adm Burke the famed cornnedv conferred with a biparti mander of Destroyer Squadron 23san SroilP of House members in in the South ParifiV in Wnrlri Waran attempt to work out com U AmerLniPromise legislation Kennedy hasj drowned by a which ripped through people still cling to convictionsibeen reported considering a Rej fleets of Spanish boats off Atlantic ports the way they used to He is ConPublican compromise but after 64 fishermen drowned MADRID Sixtyfour fishermen were feared but they were something lived up to Manslaughter charge in road death CRESCO John L Murphy cerned over the effects of comFridays meeting it was re1 fortable living on peoples that he slood firm ination to stand firm at the riskagainst a Proposal for yeartoj of war in a situation such as imvear financing of his longterm pends in Berlin program The President is seek In the years after I graduated ing authority for advance for from the naval academy in 1923 cSn aid commitments for as he said there was stability in lonS as five years and to finance the world Now people are lessthe program from treasury bor sure There is a loss of convicrownS ions Your grandfather had some Carl T pretty strong convictions They Curtis RXeb suggested that have been wrong some of themlne National Labor Relations be Board might be enlarged as a of clearing up its heavy j backlog of unfair labor practice I AM NOT sure people havedisputes Curtis made the sug such strong convictions any more gestion as NLRB chairman Maybe they do but they dont see Frank W McCullough defended the necessity of living by them Ithe administrations reorganiza ancl dying for them as say thejtion plan for his agency early Christians did There is a too easy acceptance of what people know is wrong Racketeering is an example May be it was the same before but Ii dont think so People now seem1 to want comforts In his time the Navy has changed too but for the betlerj Adm Burke feels While the officers were fairly good in those days he said thej quality of enlisted men varied aj29 Ricevillc has been arrested great deal and no one workcdbv Howard County Sheriff Per too hard Now because of thejcy Havcn on a charge of manj complexities of modern devices slaughter he went on all enlisted men have Murphys fathcrmlaw L A to be intelligent and well qualiSchmclzer 70 Elma was killed tied and everyone works hard in a onecar crash northwest of Elma Tuesday Murphy lost coni AS A GROUP he said of the car in which Schmelj think we work harder than was riding It went off thej other services iroad and turned over in a In other ways the Navy isntditch j what it used to be and the CNO The manslaughter charge wasi cant run it the way his predecesi brought by Sheriff Haven whol sors did years ago Imagine ajalleges Murphy a farmer was naval officer today opening at the time of the Japan the way Commodore Mat1 accident thcw C Perry did Or imagine Murphy was taken before Jus fleet commanders going in and ice of the Peace L C DeNoy piilting down rebellions in Haiti ellcs Ha waived preliminary or Nicaragua hearing and was bound over to Now there would be six weeksthe September Icrm of District of dispatches back and forth Court Murphy was released on Adm Burke remarked Everyi payment of S5000 bond things centralized now Maybe its better Adm Burke is being succeeded as CNO by Adm George W And erson As his term draws to a close he suddenly finds himself going home at night without any homework He even had time to look at television the other evening He heard Mrs Burke singing for the first time in years and wondered what in the devil was going on j Im just happy she told Spaceman visits Queen LONDON Soviet Spaceman Turin Gagarin hero of Communist Russia sat at Queen Elizabeth IIs right hand during a Buckingham Palace luncheon in a room named in honor of Czar Nicholas I A suspicious wife NASHVILLE Tenn A L Moragnc tells the slory that when he looked in his dresser drawer for a white shirt he found a penciled note from his wife who is visiting relatives in Florida Where do you think youre going that you need a white shirt the note asked Eichmann grows weary JERUSALEM Adolf Eichmann tired and shaken after six days of relentless crossexamination admitted that he passed on orders for Jews to be ex terminated But I was forced to he said wearily Grissom for space ride WASHINGTON Informed sources said the odds are that Air Force Capt Virgil I Grissom will be Americas second spaceman But officials empha sized that the nod could go to Marine Lt Col John H Glenn Jr before the shot scheduled for Tuesday all he had to eat was a ham burger and a cup of coffee He said he shaved himself with a razor supplied by Mrs Grubbs stand by CHARITON Mrs Rob ert H Wilke visited her hus band central figure in the ab duction hoax at Lucas County Memorial Hospital Friday lowan still hunted in two Colorado slay ings j KREMMLING Colo Oft Short and Undersheriff John thorities were armed with two Clark of Eagle County were and told him she was gomg to warrants Friday as they Tuesday when they tried to take into custody a man who did not have proper identifica panded a search of the Colorado mountains for Delmar Dean stand by him I told him that when all this is over Im will ing to build a new life I said with we had I II joiners The couple Jeft the motel pro The Federal Bureau of Inves ceeded down Highway 20 at Denver was called Highway 71 then into Missouri linto the case late Thursday when They drove around Missourijjt issued one warrant charging Spooner 25 Storm Lake lowaition papers for his car A later children I thought accused of two Color ado I check of the registration showed lo this she stated officers and wounding bought the car at Sioux City July 3 ABOUT 225 men armed with everything from submachine guns to revolvers took part in most of the dav Wilke said ithe Iowan with unlawful search Tuesday and plans mosi 01 me aay wiike saici thp huni then went back into Iowa He said he later jumped from the car rolled into a ditch and walked to a nearby farm to avoid prosecutionTor murder THE SECOND warrant issued at Sulphur Springs the county seat of mountainous Grand Then he proceeded to the Keen j County charged Spooner with farm the hwat ion an expanded scale The entrance of the federal men made it possible to extend the search to adjoining states but the FBI said there was no PESCH SAID that Wilkesi NANCY GRUBBS On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 910 Sports 1112 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Comics 16 Band Features 17 Transit Schedule 18 North Iowa News 20 the fatal shooting of Colorado reason to believe that Spooner Patrolman Hiram Short not still trapped somewhere badge whistle and wrist iin the rued canvon were recovered when Mrs I Grubbs was arrested about 4 a m Friday at the home of herj mother Mrs Emma J Thomas in Hiawatha Kan Pesch said Mrs Grubbs told Kansas authorities that Wilkes missing gun and flashlight can be found in Chariton Lake near Chariton Mrs Grubbs married to a retired mail carrier has lived in the Chariton area 10 years The Grubbs have two children a boy 17 and a girl 15 Pesch said Mrs Grubbs was charged with conspiracy which that allows him to live ill dignity Raise working man Pope asks VATICAN CITY W In a wideranging new encyclical on social problems of the modern world Pope John XXIII called Friday for industry to limit profits and make sure that the working man receives a wage SAME DATE1WO274 carries a maximum threeyear ine encyclical at 25000 words the longest in the history of term because she Catholic Church said the plight of backward nations spired with Wilke in the stealing is perhaps the major problem of HIP modern epoch Pope of the rtun called for advanced states to give sincere and disinterested aid The commissioner quoted in the cause of fruitfuland lasting H burn nisj He reaffirmed the traditional stand on the rights of private ana get na or everytnmgiproperty buf dcclarcd socialization does not turn men into auto es if it confines its activ jity within the limits of the moral I order In the first full restatement of T A THOMPSON chief of the Iowa Bureau of Investigation said the case was broken because of a description of Mrs Grubbs car and from information state agents obtained involving the two per sons Thompson said that Mrs Iowa Partly cloudy Fri THUNDER STORMS told Kansas authorities that she had been associated with Wilke He said she was to be returned to Iowa Saturday The state agent said a Chariton resident had provided some of the information about Mrs Grubbs car which had been spotted in jthc area of the patrol car early j Saturday i Pesch said that Wilke admitted throwing some of his personal ar ticles out of the car evidently to make it look like an abduction i The commissioner said Wilke apparently had considered doing this for a long time then decided to when he made contact with day night with scatteredj showers extreme east lows near 60 the churchs attitude toward so jcial problems in three decades i this pontiff son of a farmer bore I down heavily on the problems of the individual He made these points 1 VERY GREAT remunera tion is made for some task of Generally fair the diljgent urday highs 8085 anc profitable work of whole Iowa Partly cloudy Friday dasses decent hardworking night withscattered showers men receve a payrnen that is extreme east lows near 60imuch smalh But workers Generally fair S a t u r d a y warmer west highs 8085 Further outlook Partly cloudy and Sunday a little warmer SMILING TRIO Pakistan President Ayub Khan former President Eisen hower and President John F Kennedy make an informal group before the state dinner given in Washington for Photofax President and Mrs Kennedy by Presi dent Ayub The visiting Pakistan presi dent is scheduled to visit Eisenhowers Gettysburg Pa farm on Saturday Mrs Grubbs the morning of his disappearance Pesch quoted Wilke as saying he was all shook up when he awoke in the motel Sunday morn ing and that his nerves of steel broke down Wilke told officers that he de cided to call it off while riding around in Grubbs Missouri with Mrs should be paid a wage which al lows them to live a truly human life and to face up with dignity to their family responsibilities The worker should be allowed to buy shares in the company of his Minnesota Much continued cool Showers Highs 2 Every effort must be made Saturday in 70s that at least in the future only j ja just share of the fruits of pro GlobcGazctte weather datal up to 8 am Friday Precipitation At 8 am Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAH AGO Maximum Minimum Trace 65 79 55 79 duction be permitted to accumu llate in the hands of the wealthy and that an ample sufficiency be supplied to the workingmen 3 Private property is an ele ment that cannot be substituted in an ordered and productive so cial life 4 SO LONG Mcialfzation confines its activity within the 51 j limits of the moral order it doci   

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