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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 17, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper for Mom MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE V6L The ncwspoper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated United Press Full HOME EDITION Highway patrol will MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 17 W2 UOc a Paper Consslti of Two No M iVs planes ByRONSPEER DES MOINES Highway Patiol spotter tplanes may be grounded as a result of an informal opinion by the attorney generals office State Safety Commissioner Carl Pesch said Thursday he will fighUo keep the planes in the air Theyd better not monkey with our five planes he said They are an integral part of our enforcement program Pesch said anoralruling by the attorney general who said the State Conservation Commission has no authoriy under the Iowa Code to have an airplanealso might apply to the State Safety Department The opinion came to light Mon day when the Conservation Com missionwas denied approval to trade its present plane in on Yanks and hit it off An upsurge in weddings By ROBERT MUSEL LONDON UPI When it comes to persuading the eligible to walk down the aisle no foreign maiden can match the British girl American officers in charge of the social welfare of US airmen and sailors stationed here had further prooE of this in sudden increase in the number of applica tions for marriage from their men Maybe its the spring said a naval man Maybe the girls arepressing a little harder you know we are cutting down our bases saidan Air Force specie the Jan guage was thecqnsT3eredopin ion of a submarine crewman and theyre young Whatever the reason from all over Britain nuclear submarine depot atHoly lkclfin Scotland to the Air Force bases in Norfolk1 have come more GI requests for permission to marry than for some years Its hard to pin this down to statistics said a cautious attache at the US Air Firce base at Ruislip on the fringe of London But Id say three out of five of our bachelors are getting mar ried or thinking about it but dont mention myname We werte quoted the last time there was a marriage bulge and some American women got the idea we said the British girls were more attractive We dont want any more mail like that Maj John Graf Freeborn Minn US Air Force chaplain said he had had letters from var ious bases asking whether he thought there was an increase in marriage with British girls and why Look at it this way he said Many of the boys are away from home for the first time For some of them itstheir first real court ship And from what I hear the British girls are very affection ate But like other service officers Chaplain Graf said these Anglo American marriages seem to be very stable An Air Force press information officer said he under stood the divorce rate was lower than for allAmerican marriages rush is most understand able at Sculthorpe one of the Air Force bases in Norfolk which f is being reduced to a weather The latest marriage there united Airman Jon demons High Springs Fia and Gienda Wright of Kings Lynn Both are 20 Cupid is working overtime said the new Mrs demons The girls all want to get married be fore the big moyeout Nearly 100 sailors of the nuclear missile depot ship Proteus at Holy Loch have asked permission to marry in new larger model Pesch said the Highway Patrol has been using planes to help spot traffic violators since 1956 and about 6000 summonses were is sued last year as a result of vio lations noted by patrolmen in the air One of my duties as commis sioner of safety is to provide members of the Highway Patrol with the necessary equipment for enforcement of the laws and we consider those planes necessary equipment Peschsaid We purchased the planes and paid for their upkeep with funds appropriated for that specific pur pose by the legislature he said 1 dont know whether the leg islature had the authority to ap propfiate the money but as long as we have money appropriated for planes we will spend it for planes However whenthe legislature hears about the attorney generals ruling it might not give us the money for planes in our next ap propriations and wed be sunk he said JPesch said planned to sut mitto the next legislature his regular request for appropriations for planes just as we have in the past This could come to a head much quicker than that though he said because if we need re placements we would have to get the approval of the Executive Council which turned down the Conservation Commissions re quest because Pesch said MS Sifety Department riruresi BUck Deslk to 21 of the ruling Atty Gen Evan Hultman said thereis no authorization in the Iowa Code for any department but the Aeronautics Commission to have an airplane The original purchase of the r planes by thej Highway rePresentm2 migbt have been illegal Nothing will be done about the negotiations planes the patrol has replace them US MARINES UNLOAD AT BANGKOK THAILAND r d LEATHERNECKS PREPARE TO PLY FURTHER INLAND Railroads break off rules talks FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES The nations rail roads Thursday broke off nego iations with five operating rail motherhoods with a charge that he unions had refused to nego iate on the issue of feather bedding The act could saddle Presi dent Kennedy with the problem of heading off the first nation wide rail strike in 16 years J E Wolfe chief bargainer or the roads and spokesman for the industry said the rail roads would serve notice on the unions within 10 days if they would put into effect a series of controversial antifeatherbed ding work rules changes rec ommended by a Presidential commission Wolfe said the railroads de cision exhausted the strike halting provisions of theRail way Labor Act and opened the door to a possible walkout But we concede it does not de prive the President of his statu ory right to appoint an emer ency board he said Brotherhoods work f rmn aiH Rut fVm missions recommendations not accept them as a basis for If railroads decided to put L V HUl man said But it might be a the changes into effect they would problem when it comes time to become effective within 30 days of the notice N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES British would send jets LONDON Minister Harold Macmillan announced Britain has decided to send Royal Air Force fighter units to Thailand if that Southeast Asian country asks for British military support Goes on death rampage EAST MEADOW NY A former mental patient shot an aunt and uncle to death wounded their two daughters and perished in their flaming by gunshot or an explosion of a gas oline bomb he had fashionedOfficers identified the slayer as Marvin Rosen 29 Brooklyn an engineer with an electronics firm remains silent Former Gen Raoul Salan who has ac cepted full responsibility for Secret Army Organiza tion OAS terrorism in Algeria began a silent wait for a court judgment of his defense against treason charges He after making a 45minute state ment that he wouldsay nothing more during his trial before a special military tribunal Estes probe is ordered Senate Investigations sub committee voted unanimously to hold public hearings Sol Estes multimillion dollar farm empire to get to the root of any corruption or malfaesance RussYugoslav ties good VARNA Bulgaria Premier Khrushchev said Our relations with Yugoslavia were rather strained previously but I can say with satisfaction that our relations now are normal and I would even say good GEORGE E VAN WERT Van Wert of Franklin Co dies at 81 HAMPTON A former Franklin County representative and former president of the Franklin County Farm Bureau George Everett Van Wert 81 died Wednesday in a Hampton hospital Mr Van Wert represented Franklin County in the Iowa Legislature from 1929 to 1932 He lived on a farm in Ingham Township most of his life and served there as assessor direc tor of the Mutual Telephone Co director of the Hansell Con solidated School board and di rector of the Franklin County Fair board Funeral services will be at 2 pm Saturday in the Metho dist Church at Hansell Burial will be in Hampton Cemetery The Vogel Hampton is rangements SIX Davis Funeral in charge Home Mount Vernon Elsie JFK vows action in Estes case WASHINGTON Kennedy promised Thursday there will be a thorough inquiry into the Billie Sol Estes case he said 75 FBI agents already are in vestigating t The FBI and Justice Depart ment and Senate and House com mittees the President told a na tionally televisedbroadcast news conference all are attempting to determine whether any members of the executive branch or of Con gress are involved Any improprieties he said wiL be met with immediate discipli nary action Kennedy noted that four govern ment officials already have been dismissed or have resigned in the aftermath of the collapse of the financial empire of the youne Texan Estes is charged with fraud and the federal and state govern ments have indicted him ThePresident twicenoted that it was his administration that ob tained indictments against Estes on April 5 The scandals have reached into the Agriculture Department and some Republicans have demanded the ousting of Secretaryof Agri culture Orville L Freeman Again Thursday Kennedy defended the secretazy The President said he has the highest faith in Freemans integ rity and cited his long career in and out of public service as evi dence of Freemans patriotism and public spirit During the conference the of arPresident also said the United r is counting on the three Mr Van Wert is survived by princes of Laos to reach politi x ohMrpn Mrs Watson cal which would avoid a shooting war in the only M nnes Van Wert Garner Mrs Clark jungles of Asia Mechem Thompson Charles Van Wert Hampton Mrs Merwyn Ormston Tripoli and Howard Van Wert Fort Lauder dale Fla 16 grandchildren and four great grandchildren Two sisters Rose Borchers Chico Calif and Emma well Solvang Calif also sur vive He was preceded in death by his wife and three chil dren Indonesian plane downed by Dutch HO L L A N D I A West New An Indonesian air force transport carrying paratroopers was shot down Thursday during a new attack on West New Guinea the local Dutch government announced The plane a Dakota DCS was downed in the sea south of Fak Fak where Indonesian para troopers have been dropped this week The plane wasshot by air defense units during a new Indonesian infiltration attempt the announcement said NEW U S BASE CANBERRA Australia Prime Minister Robert G Men zies announced Thursday that theUnited Stales will establish a naval base in Western Australia at North west Cape 700 miles north of Perth He said intelligence reports included no word of further Communist fighting in Laos and there are indications the three rival Laotian leaders will meet soon North lowa Partly cloudy and continued quite warm through Friday Strong southerly daytime winds Lows Thurs day night in upper 60s Highs Friday in upper 80s lowa Partly cloudy through Friday with strong daytime winds widely scattered thun dershowers likely northwest Lows Thursday night in the 60s Highs Friday 8590 Fur ther o u 11 o o kConsiderable cloudiness with showers or thunderstorms and cooler west Saturday imMMti Variable showers Highs Friday near GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum 54 t i Nora Springs tot suffocates NORA SPRINGS Cheryl Louise Stickney who would have been a yearold Sunday suffo cated Wednesday afternoon when she became caught in the bars of her crib She had been put to bed for a nap and apparently tried to crawlout of her crib She was found by her mother Efforts of the Nora Springs firemen to revive her failed Surviving are her parents Mr and Mrs Jesse Stickney Jr wo sisters Patty 7 Sandra 6 two brothers Michael 4Vi and Jerry Duane 3 grandpar ents Mr and Mrs Jesse Stick ney Nora Springs Mrs Lloyd Gregory Mason City and bcrt Young San Bruno Calif Funeral services will be Fri day at 2 pm at the Shcckler funeral Home Father G C attner of the Holy Name Cath olic Church Rockford will of ficiate Burial wiJi be in Ever freen Cemetery Rrnld 7800 men flown to Laos border FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES BANGKOK Thailand US Marines m full battle dress have landed in Thailand with artillery and tanks and were deployed swiftly to bases facing the Communist threatened border with JLaos US Air Force C130 transports began airlifting the troops to the interior shortly before noon in the most dramatic move against Communist aggression in the Far East since the Korean War Gen Paul D Harkms newlyappointed commanded of United States forces in both Thailand and South Vietnam said there are no present plans lor direct US n Laos He told a that Thailand was notforoff action Harkms hpTT fi Photolax NEW show how US Marines are expected to fan out after their Bangkok Thailand landings They will form a defense arc from Udon to Ubon Shaded areas are Communistheld territories On the inside Editornils Page 4 Clear Lake 8 Society News 101112 Sports 1314 North Iowa News15 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Comics 18 SELFSERVICE AT THE WALDORF reaches for teapots to Them Women guests busy themselves in selves in the crisis The waited and went rupted by a waiters strike This group V offensive the US ArmyDattle grouptheMarine Corps landing team and tactical air units in Thailand will play a purely defensive role He said they rHe troops will back up the Thais Asked if he hadordersto keep American troops out of Laos Harkins said is correct One of their officers declared they will stay as long as we are needed A task force of 1800 Leather necks in browngreenblue jungle uniforms came ashore from US 7th Fleet warships at Bangkok with rifles grenade launchers machine guns and bazookasand were greeted fay the cheering Thai crowds Thailands government had in vited American forces to help de end the border which wasthreat ened by a Communist offensive in Laos last week The first Marines were flown immediately in huge Hercules xansports to a point about 40 miles southeast of the Laos capi al of flat area that s hot and dusty in summer and wet and muddy in winter American forces were expected 0 be strung out in a 500mile arc along the Mekong River border rrom the Vientiane area to the southern extremity of Laos The nearest tip of the arc is more than 200 miles southeast of Houei Sai wherethe Communist offensive in northwest Laos hreatened Thailands frontier The position was designed to carry no threat of mmediate contact with proCom mtinjst Pathet Lao forces but would make it possible to back up the royal government at Vient iane if the Communists continued heir drive to seize the adminis rative capital The US combat command in Thailand seemed likely to be bol stered soon by units from other members of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization There were no reports of fight ing in Laos since the royal forces n Houei Sai fled in panic across Ihe Mekong River into Thailand a week ago US officials in Washington still pinned their hopes for peace on resumption of political negolia ions between the conservative leulralist and proCommunist fac tions in Laos The United States was reported considering resuming its monthly payment of million to pay the expenses of the rightwing Vien iane government of Premier 3rince Boun Oum But indications n Washington were that the Ken nedy administration would de mand Boun purndumphis chief deputy and the real power in the regime Gen Phoumi Nosavan   

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