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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 21, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for VOL 102 T h e newspaper Associates Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires CITY GLOBE that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA 21 1962 neighbors i 10c a Paper Consists of Four SectionsSection One HOME EDITION No 35 Ready or space cooperation Russ Eichmann remains i a symbol Court will hear appeal By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGarette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The Su preme Court of Israel on Thurs day hears the appeal of Adolp Eichmann convicted on l counts of war crimes genocide and membership in Nazi organ izations Eichmann is regarded by Israelis not so much as a man but as a symbol As a man archcriminal though he was he was an instrument albeit a willing one Tpday lie is a frai thing of skin and bones cer tainly not worth the huge and trouble million on preparations alone of the grim carnival that was his trial But as a symbol Eichmann is the embodiment of the Nazi era the hashoa or holocaust as the Jews call it If Israels 2 million people some 300000 survived Nazi extermination techniques and tens of thou sands more lost relatives and friends in Hitlers Germany This is the real reason why the Israeli Supreme Court is almost duty bound to uphold the conviction of Eichmann by the special tribunal which heard his trial In the m a i n his counsel Dr JRobert Servatius of Cologne has advanced no new arguments in his lengthy for appeal Servatius does ask permission for testimony by new witnesses 11 who would vouch for Eichmanns sincerity when he offered to barter Jewish lives for trucks and onev a pro fessor at GotUngen University who would testify that the death penalty was meted out to Nazis who refused to obey GENEVA Foreign inister Andrei Gromvko sum wnu 10 ODCV viiuiiyivu bum orders And Servatius wants to d Communist East Ger Tiui FiVhman many s fop diplomat to Geneva 32603 immunized More polio clinics set Thousands of North lowans were turned awaj 1 A climcs In Mason City late Tuesday lSabln rS exhausted a suPPy of 37000 doses a 4u iuLai 01 persons re ceiveci tne vaccine md set Satui Persons who did not receive the polio vaccine Tuesday CAROLINE RIDES Caroline the south grounds of the HoS A unidentified handler has to step Flurry of activity by Reds at Geneva disarm meeting put Eichmann on the stan again In Israel as in the Unite States the high court does no hear witnesses except in unusua circumstances It was a foregone conch sion that Eichmann would b convicted even though his tria was conducted in the whit glare of full publicity and unde the strictest rules of order The death penalty in Israe has been abolished except fo treason and the crimes fo which a special Nazi Punish ment Law was adopted in 195C But shortly after Eichmann was captured in Argentina in May 1960 the Knesset Parlia ment approved another mea sure generally referred to as the Eichmann Law pro viding for execution by hang ing Eichmann went on trial last April ii The tribunal recessed on Aug 14 after 16 weeks of trial sessions The lengthy ver diet was read on Dec 11 and 12 by the three judges in turn The tribunal said The dispatch by the accused of every train carrying 1000 souls of Auschwitz or to any of the other places of extermin ation amounted to direct par ticipation by the accused in 3000 acts of premeditated murder and his legal and moral responsibility for those murders is in no way less than the mea sure of liability of him who put those persons with his own hands into the gas chamber In a final statement Eich mann declared I had the mis fortune to have been involved In these horrors But these misdeeds were committed against my will He said he would confess his shame at the thought of the iniquities com mitted against the Jews and ask the Jewish people for par don but in the light of he grounds given in the judg ment this would in all prob ability be construed as hypo crisy It was his profound con Vicition he said that he must suffer for the acts of others If Eichmanns appeal is re jected his final recourse is to President Izhak BenZvi If again refused Eichmann would be the first man to hang under tht Israeli war crimes law diplomat to Geneva Wednesday for consultation This step gave fresh urgency to East West talks on Berlin against the background of the 17nation dis armament conference The conference itself addressed a special bid to France to abandon its boycott of the Geneva meeting and send a delegate to fill the empty I8th chair There was no indication that President de Gaulle would heed the appeal He con siders the meeting useless On another front disarmament experts of the United States Brit ain and the Soviet Union resume threepower discussions of a m clear weapons test ban Inforn ants said they failed to mak any dent in the EastWest dead lock over provisions for inspectio to police the ban They did agre to meet again Thursday Pressure mounted among th uncommitted nations for a mora torium on nuclear weapons test before the United States resume testing in the atmosphere month From Moscow meanwhile came word that Premier Khrush chey had sent a message to Presi dent Kennedy agreeing to discus N Erbe inspects flood zone DES MOINES Gov Norman Erbe flew to bioux City to make an aerial survey of the snow con ditions and flood threat in northwest Iowa Promises restudy of RS70 WASHINGTON President Kennedy promised to study whether more money should be spent on the controversial RS70 plane program His action headed off a showdown floor fight in the House On the basis of the Presidents pledge the influential House Armed Services committee laid aside a recommenda tion that Congress direct the administration to moAjp ahead faster in developing the big jet plane No action against newspaper The Defense Department has decided after an investigation to permit continued distribution of the privatelyowned newspaper Over seas Weekly on Army newsstands in Europe The newspaper figured prominently in the furor over the Walker from command international cooperation in ex ploring outer space East German Foreign Minister Lothar Bolz was expected here Wednesday or Thursday fo consult with Gromyko He would have come earlier Communist inform ants said but for some reason Switzerland was slow in issuing the necessary visas Gromyko pro tested to the Swiss Western officials were closely watching the outburst of Soviet activity which seems to have be gun with new instructions to Gro myko from Moscow Monday On hat day Gromyko asked Secre ary of State Dean Rusk to a brief alk and reportedly gave him a working paper of various views on Berlin crisis issues Gromyko entertained Rusk and panel of Berlin policy experts at dinner Tuesday night They talked for more than three hours Later vord circulated in Western quar ers that the Russians had not ome up with any new ideas or hints of concessions Concerning a moratorium For eign Ministers Mahmoud Fawzi the United Arab Republic Ke ema Yifru of Ethiopia and U Thi Han of Burma joined in Menons lemand for an unpoliced agree ment to suspend test plans while he big powers negotiate The United States so far has been firm in its determination to 0 ahead with the April series of ests in the atmosphere unless the Soviet Union agrees to a test ban rcaty with provision for adequate nspection to prevent cheating On the inside of n the 24th Division in Germany Threat proves hollow BATON ROUGE La A pudgy New Jersey exconvict swaggered into a bank with a lighted stick 2STlte an1 emanded escaped w th An A U5 Wf S 1fter when he turned down a deadend street and it turned out that the lighted dynamite was harmless as it had no detonator cap Rebel leader returns home RABAT Morocco Mohammed Ben Bella Na tionahst leader who ignited the Algerian war for in to Novth freedom for uiv pyjiu vi may take the vaccine in clinics in Mason City Saturday Th qerroGordo County Medical Society and the Mason City Junto Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring the clinics in Mason City Clear Lake residents will benefit from a special vaccine da in Clear Lake on Fri day The Clear Lake project is sponsored by the Clear Laki Chamber of Commerce th Clear Lake Junior Chamber o Commerce and the county medi cal society The VDay One Committee has ordered 20000 doses of the vac cine for Saturday The Clear Lake clinics will use 10000 doses This means a total o 30000 dosesof the vaccine i available to North lowans on the two days The difference between the number taking the vaccine Tues day 32603 and the tola doses available more than 37000 is explained by thi fact that infants receive strange doses than adults and spillage and waste in a mass immuniza tion project such as this cause a loss of vaccine Clinics were conducted in al Mason City public arid parochia schools and at the headquarter at 1st and N Federal The YWCA diaic neve opened A shortage of vaccin prevented directors of the pro ect from utilizing this site Clinics Saturday will be at the Roosevelt Junior High School and at the downtown headquarters a 1st and N Federal These clin cs will be open from am to 6 pm The vaccine was literally soaked up just as though the people were a huge sponge said one VDay One Committee mem ber For campaign Nicholas in clean bill of health William H Nicholas candi date for governor on the Re publican ticket said doctors at the Mayo Clinic gave him a clean bill of health to wage avigorous campaign Nicholas 69 who went through the clinic at Roches ter Minn Tuesday said physicians told him you are absolutely in perfect health There is no reason why you cant nin for governor if you want to said his wife had insisted he g e t a complete physicaLcheckup before start ing the campaign Nicholas former lieutenant governor and now a member of the highway commission will oppose GovNorman Erbe in the primary election June 4 More gunfire in Algeria ALGIERS AP A street battle between French savage A Lt I troops and rightwing European Secret Army guerrillas broke out in the heart of Oran Wednesday and repeated rounds of gunfire blasted the working quarter of Bab el Oued in Algiers A number of persons were wounded or killed The shooting shattered a quiet that had prevailed up to noon in Algeria after nearly two days of bloody clashes in the wake of a ceasefire proclaimed between France and the Algerian nation alists The battle in Oran was the first The dered committee originally or 20000 doses Later the committee ordered 10000 more loses The project opened Tues lay then with a supply of 30 00 doses By noon nearly 00 persons had received their vaccine The officials then or dered additional vaccine from maha Des Moines and Water oo A plane delivered vaccine rom Omaha at about pm By then the supply of vaccine rom Waterloo and Moines vas nearly exhausted The Roosevelt Junior SS SUTSJTJS f r and the Secret Army since the 900 doses ceasefire The Secret Army me Roosevelt Junior High that this was bes hnic was closed for a time in v determined French of Wlth Arsons 17 N o rt h Iowa Partly cloudy through Thursday Lows Wed nesday night in the 20s Warmer Thursday highs near 40 Iowa Partly cloudy through Thursday Lows Wednesday night in the 20s Highs Thurs day near 40 northeast to the 50s southwest Further outlook Increasing cloudiness and warmer with showers likely south late Friday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures through next Monday will aver age near normal in Iowa with nozmal highs ranging from mid dle 40s in north to 50s south west Normal lows are from middle 20s north to 30s south west Precipitation will aver age from onehalf inch in north to threefourths inch southwest mostly over the weekend Minnesota Mostly cloudy rain or snow showers Highs Thurs day around 40 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Wednesday Maximum 35 Minimum 23 At 8 am 29 Sunrise Sunset Crash injuries prove fatal to Nikita outlines 1st step JFK7s note answered MOSCOW Premier Khrushchev sent a message Wed nesday to President Kennedy agreeing to cooperate in explor ing space He said immediate cooperation was possible in the use of arti ficial satellites for long distance communication Further heproposed close coop eration in the use of space ships in weather forecasting The message was read over Moscow Radio Kennedy had proposed to Khrushchev that the two powers cooperate in various space pro grams such as communications the tracking of satellites weather research and the measuring of the earths magnetic field The Soviet premier said it was desirable to have an internation al agreement to bring closer cooperation in use of space ships and particularly in giving greater security to astronauts Khrushchev suggested the two nations get together in launching observation1 rockets to the moon and planets His letter said all countries have equal opportunities exploration The accident occurred near Al den Mrs Schlagel died at a Des tfoines hospital where she was ransferred to Sunday from an Towa Falls hospital Gait woman DES MOINESThelma Louise Schalgel 42 of near Gait died rnD v Tuesday Anight of injuries received ted twocar collision Saturday A cuio iiuoplLcJI Her husband Henry and the satellites driver of the other car Robe dersen 28 Dows were in ured The Sc scaped injury including 3 Use of artificial earth satel lites for a Jong distance commu nications system 2 Organization of a worldwide weather observation service using viv luuiu auu opucai unaer a The Schlagels two sons Joint program of objects launched inillPV in ond the Mason City Junior Co ege building At least 1500 per ons were turned away when th dded supply was exhausted The clinics originally were se o run until 9 pm The Rooseve linic closed shortly after 8 p m and the downtown site close t pm The VDay One project was th argest health campaign in Nort owa history Mason City is ne of 10 cities in the Unite ates in which this type of pro ram was conducted The day was good for business oo Downtown Mason City mer hants told VDay One officia ver in Mason ormally js a slow business day VDay Two and VDay Three will be carried out in folio wine Vaccine given then Rage 4 Society News Comics 10 Clear Lake News 1415 1718 North Iowa News 22 Latest Markets 26 Mason City News 2627 Transit Schedule 30 SAME Uova Department from the fieldhouse doors west protect the recipient from across the parking lot and be other strains of polio virus SPRING HAS ITS its the first full day of spring and these inquisitive chicks are early birds after that first worm First they dis cover it upper left then each fails to capture it So they do what comes natu Photofax rally in the spring they bill and coo Ihe reason they didnt get the worm Us a rubber one put there by the photographer who was curious o see what would happen 3 Organization observations both radio and optical under a in the direction of the moon Mars Venus and other planets 4 Pooling of efforts in the study of the physics of interplanetary pace and celestial bodies His letter replied to the Presi dents letter of March 7 calling for space cooperation Khrushchev said Soviet represen tatives in the UN space commit tee would be instructed to meet she US representatives to dis cuss practical problems of coop jjration in exploration and peace ful uses of outer space Khrushchev went on to express satisfaction that his own proposals SRace cooperation made in February met the necessary un derstanding on the part of the United States government Actually the Soviet Union had already told the UN Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space t would help set up an interna ional communication system us ng artificial satellites This assurance by Soviet Dele gate Platon D Morozov was made n New York Tuesday Morozov told the 28nation com mittee Soviet scientists believe pace research had reached the tage artificial satellites an be used for telecommunica ions and that the scientists would ake part in preparing technical rojccts along that line Morozov also urged internation 1 agreement on giving aid to as ronauts who might make forced andings on foreign soil He also sked that legal agreements be onciuded for return of artificial atellites that might come down n the territory of another state Khrushchevs letter however nade it clear that the key to greement on space cooperation be the conclusion of a dis rmament treaty He pointed out that rocket tech iques for research rockets and nissiles were similar At the same time it is clear to e that the scale of our coopera on in the peaceful mastery of ace as well as the choice of iroction of such cooperation ould appear to be possibly to certain degree connected with ne solution of the disarmament roblem Khrushchev wrote COMEDIAN AILING LAS VEGAS N e v PiCome an Al RUz 59 who collapsed n stage at a resort hotel Tucs ay is being held at a hospital or observation
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