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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 4, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper for VOL 102 The newspaper AwoclaUd Press and United Prew International Full CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Nab abductor Girl 8 found that m a k e s a 11 North 1 o w a n s neighbors MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1962 HOME EDITION aoe a copyTOs Paper Conitsts ot Four SectionsSection OM 12S McClellan holds the limelight No criticism of prober By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The Senate hearings in the Billie Sol Esle ease almost certainly will be marked by thoroughness stern ess fairness and a kind of no nonsense practicality you woulc associate with a good South ern conservative This will be a reflection of the character of the man who is presiding Chairman John L McClellan o the Senate Permanent Investi gating subcommittee the old McCarthy committee McClellan who took over the when the Democrats won con trol of Congress in 1955 has re Btorcd to the subcommittee the prestige it had under Harry Truman former Sen James M Mead DNY and the late Sen Clyde R Hoey DNC typical y he has assigned 46 investi gators to check on the affairs of Estcs About 100 witnesses wil be called Until John McClellan by the osmosis of the system became the ranking Democra on the Government Operations Committee and its unruly sub committee in 1953 he had at tracted little attention on Capi tol Hill although he had servec in the House from 1934 to 1937 and in the Senate since 1942 Even then he seemed inclined at first to go along with Joe Me Carthy the subcommittees flnmbouyant chairman But McClellan all the while was smarting under a series of Improprieties Finally when McCarthy hired a discredited expreacher and exRed as sub committee executive director McClellan walked out taking with him his Democratic col leagues They stayed off until Decem ber 1953 and didnt come back without concessions from Mc Carthy A few months later came the ArmyMcCarthy hear ings Overnight the morose in dependent always fair McClel land became known to millions of television viewers as the pos sessor of perhaps the only calm voice in what sometimes be came oC brouhaha of heroic in tensity Investigation of government procurement of army uniforms led eventually to the establish nient in 1957 of the Select Com miltee on Improper Activities in the Labor or Management Field It promptly became known as the McClellan Com mitlee Craggy and j u d i c ialman ncred are words that frequently turn up in articles about Mc Clellan There is a disposition here to respect his desire to curtain off his private life His first marriage ended in divorce His second wife and all three of his sons are dead He lives quietly with his third wife the former Norma Myra Chcatham There are two daughters McCleallan once explained his concept of investigating pro cedure thus When those who come before the committee resort to the Fifth Amendment they com mand no respect from me as individuals I respect their right to resort to it if they feel they must but it carries with it an implication I am com pelled to consider and not fav orably At the same time I dont believe in permitting smears and slander which cant be answered before the same tribunal Inevitably McCIcllans sub committee has occasionally been accused of headlinehunt recently in the rather pathetic questionings of Bgirls HJul exotic dancers But the criticism rarely applies to the chairman of the Sen atei top investigator DONALD KINYON N ews in a utshell FROM OTJE WJRE SERVICES Toll rising CHICAGO The na tions Independence Day traffic death toll rose slowly Wednesday At 11 a m the tabulation showed 40 deaths in traf fic 3 in boating acci dents 2 drownings and 4 fatalities in the miscel laneous bracket for an overall total of 49 if Plea by Nixon REBILD Denmark Richard M Nixon urged thousands of celebrating Americans and Danes to stand by the ideals of the American Revolution in the face of Jbhe Commu nist threat The former U S vice president was the main American speaker at the 50th anni versary of the Rebild an nual observance of Amer ican Independence Day Court test set REGINA katchewans new compul sory medical care plan was under fire jn the courts as most of the provinces 700 doctors carried their strike against the program into the fourth day T h e striking doctors re mained firm in their de mands that the Premier Woodrow Lloyds Social ist government repeal the medical care pro gram No villa for Ike GETTYSBURG F or me r President Dwight D Eisenhowers office branded false a story appearing in the London Daily Express that he had purchased a villa on Spains Costa Del Sol and planned to visit the villa next month FIRST REFUELING WASHINGTON UPI After 30 months of constant service ncluding an historic submerged Jircumnavigation of the globe he nuclear powered submarine Triton is about to get its first chicling SAME DATEWI2W Exconvict nabbed on rural road Beat aged farm couple MAQUOKETA 3 ycarold Sheri Balcy was back in safe hands Wednesday and Don ald Kinyon 27 who had been sought in the abduction of the child and the beating of her grandparents was in custody in the Jackson County jail A 24hour manhunt through northeast Iowa ended shortly be fore 11 pm Tuesday night when officers surrounded Kinyon an exconvict at a rural road cross ing in the car belonging to Mr and Mrs Vincent Batey Authorities said a medical ex amination indicated that the little had not been criminally at acked but County Attorney Asher Schroeder said she was covered with mosquito bites Sheriff Clarence Hinke aided by three federal and state agents made the capture at the intersec tion of a gravel road and U S Highway 62 north of Andrew It was about eight miles northeast of here and not far from the Batey farm where Sheri lived and where she was taken away Mon day night Kinyon a recent parolee witha record of sex offenses worked for the Bateys who had befriended him County Attorney Schroeder aft er questioning Kinyon for several hours said he did not admit any thing about the beating of the el dcrly farm couple or driving off in their car with the child We are very happy that he did not harm Sheri said Mrs Baley 63 from her bed in the Jackson County Hospital here Her 60yearold husband Vin cent was reported in critical con dition at the hospital He had been attacked apparently by a five prong manure fork a shovel and a steel bar as he was working in the milk barn Monday evening Mrs Batey was found in a downstairs bedroom She appar ently had been beaten with a chair or a hammer Sheriff Hinke said Mrs Batey was reported in fair condition The county attorney said no mo Live had been established He said Batey might have found Kinyon fooling around with the little girl or that he might have been angered by some chore given ihim Sheri Bafey was taken to the residence of Sheriff Hinke and was being cared for temporarily by the sheriffs wife Her parents are divorced and have remarried Sheri a winsome third grader in the Maquoketa public schooi has lived with her grandparents for six years Her father Owen Batey 36 of Davenport operates a service station at Bettendorf Her mother Mrs V L Kilbane lives at Dubuque Officers sought to find out just what happened at the farm Mon day They said shoes and under clothing belonging to the child were found in the barn The sheriff said that after leav ing he farm Kinyon hid out in the woods of Jackson County dur ing the daytime and in some man ner concealed the Balcys car while large groups of officers and volunteers searched through the hilly areas for miles around The Iowa Highway Patrol had stopped a number of blue and white 1957 Fords answering the description of the Batey car in an area extending as far northeast as Dubuque The real tip came from some one in the little town of Lamont northeast of here Sheriff Hinke said The car we were looking for was seen in that area Two FBI men and a stale agent went out with me and we closed in on uim He offered no resistance CONVENTION VICTIMS TORONTO tti Hundreds of American Shriners car ried on fhcir mammoth cclebra ion Wednesday but the festivi ties were shadowed by he dcallis of five U S lodge broth ers felled in one clay by heart attacks A DAY FOR FUN NOT TRAGEDY The 4th of July is a day for family gettogethers and outdoor fun and not one for a trip to the hospital The Globe Gazettes advice to drinking or careless drivers If photo by Moore you ever get your eyes open after that accident this may be your last sight the ether mask coming down If you come out of it what might you face in damage loss of life Things better in Berli n Dislike jazz Nikita confesses at 4th party MOSCOW APIPremier Khru shchev went to a Fourth of July reception at the American Em toasted Presi dent nedy said things were getting better about Berlin and commented that he didnt like American jazz I dont understand Russian jazz either he said He skipped 1960 the year of the whirled around in the air U2 flight and the collapsing sum mil conference He appeared in a good mood We did everything possible to make the weather good for the day he said pointing to sunny skies after a week of rain He toasted the President as he stood on the porch of the embassy HCIC Khrushchev went to the party residence Spaso House while a surrounuea oy correspondents lor the second successive mist of tree blossoms To a question about Berlin and I want to congratulate the American people he said I wish for peace and success think that is the main thing There was an exchange of light talk between Khrushchev and John McSweeney charge daf faires then they strolled out on the lawn where they were quickly surrounded by correspondents Working partnership with Europe planned President PHILADELPHIA Kennedy proclaimed Wednesday from the birthplace oC American independence that the United States is preparing for a declara tion of work ing partnership with Europe The transatlantic partnership will not be built cheaply or easily Kennedy predicted but it holds the promise of a world of law and free choice banishing the world of war and coercion The President aimed his mes sage at the peoples of all nations but his Fourth of July address was written for a gathering of governors of the states and terri tories for thousands of Philadel phians massed outside Indepen i ii rvuru American Constitution w h i c h shchev continued I dont mean stressed not independency but inj just American jazz I dont un our own Russian KLANSMAN COMPETES WITH PICKET An un identified Ku Klux Klansman flashes a grin as he passes out handbills in front of an Atlanta hotel The Klansman went to work after members of the NAAU began picketing hotels motels and eating establishments in protest to segregation policies dur ing their national convention dence Hall and for nationwide ra dio and television broadcasts The founders who pledged their lives fortunes and sacred honor in the break with Britain on July 4 1776 Kennedy said in his pre pared address unleashed a revo lution of national aspiration which remains the most powerful force on earth today But in the same hall the Presi dent went on was drafted the N Iowa engulfed by rain Lake fete is delayed Germany he said There ha been some progress I think Benny Goodman American jaz band leader interrupted the poii ical talk and from then it wa mostly modern jazz and painting with Khrushchev attacking Good man defending Khruschev even brought the name of former President Dwight D Eisenhower into his argument Clear Lake awoke to a damp ourth of July Wednesday and Jans for the climax of its big elebration required some hanges The parade was oned to 1 pm on the promise f the Des Moines weather bu eau that skies would be clear rom 11 am to about 3 pm o 11 o w e d by intermittent howers Ed Lamson Chamber of Com nerce secretary announced the ostponement after a telephone ail to Des Moines Band con erts by three visiting bands follow the parade he said ut the evening shows will de end on the weather at the time Clear Lakes streets were looded in the morning after bout 2 inches of rain ac ording to the gauge at the po ce station Storm sewers ran ull and backed up the water nto tht streets At the airport the CAA veather station reported 195 nches of rain to 9 pm Mason Jity had only inches to 8 m but considerably more ame down after that Approximately 1000 watched he Tuesday evening show in lear Lakes Central Park and ther thousands watched from around the lake shore the fire vorks display which foUowed As heavy as the morning rain was however it was paled by the 10inch torrents reported around Spirit Lake The area was jammed with summer vacationers and July 4th visitors when the heavy rains came flooding tenters out of their campsites and sending water up to the doors of trailers at Gull Point State Park The 10inch rainfall was corded at Spirit Lake where many basements were flooded and parts of the town were with although he has hardly spoken electric service pleasant word about him since Te rush of water caved Francis Gary Powers U2 plane came down over Swedlovsk in 1960 and precipitated a diplomatic crisis When I talked to President Ei senhower he said he am ateur painter When he talked about modern trends in painting he said it makes me sick to the stomach Khrushchev said I said its the same with me Goodman started the jazz talk joing as he was shaking hands with the premier under a spread ng tree on the lawn Ah a new jazz fan said joodman No said Khrushchev smif ng I dont like Goodman music I like good music I dont understand it Khru which has become spiration the basement at the Robert and Louis Hay burn house in Spirit Lake Roads were covered with water and blocked at many places in the Orleans area near Spirit Lake Highway 71 was blocked by mud and water in the Arnolds Park vicinity Carp were seen swimming over High way 276 north of Spirit Lake Little Spirit Lake rose 15 inches and Big Spirit Lake went up 10 inches in the wake of the rain More than 6 inches of rain fell at the Lakeside Laboratory op erated by the University of Iowa at Lake West Okoboji Other rainfall amounts in Kidcd 575 inches at Okoboji at Arnolds Park 330 at mn and 320 inches at all in the 492 Europes in It was much more than a gener ation after the Declaration before America built workable federal in stitutions Kennedy said and the builders of the new house of Eu rope also have far to go But I will say here and now on this day of independence that the United States will be ready for a declaration of interdepen we will be prepared to discuss with a united Europe the ways and means of forming a concrete Atlantic partnership a mutually beneficial partnership between the new union now emerging in Europe and thc old American union founded here a century and three quarters ago All this will not be completed in a let the world know that this is now our goal The occasion was the first since 1914 to bring a president to Independence Hall on July Fourth Woodrow Wilson was the speaker then But this was the First assemblage in history of the chief executives of thc states territories and posses sions at thc shrine where Thom as Jeffersons earth shaking Declaration was embraced by the men of the American col onies ESCAPEES NABBED DENVER Colo con ieled robbers escaped from a prison van Tuesday and later surrendered to a heavily armed posse after holding hostage mother slcrs and her seven young Khrushchev indicated what he thought of jazz by saying it start ed out boo boo boo boo and he did a little jig step Khrushchevs dislike of jazz has resulted in it being almost a black market item in the Soviet Union for hot jazz players dare not present their wares in public On the inside Editorials page 6 Comics is Society News 171819 Sports 2122 North Iowa News 26 Latest Markets 32 Mason City News 3233 Clear Lake News 3435 Eslhcrville reported 250 inch es Pocahontas 238 Melvin 182 Peterson 181 Spencer 175 Em mclsburg 150 Cant be censor Hultman maintains MOINES MVAUy Gen Evan Hultman says he will not continue thc policy of Norman Erbe regarding pornography in magazines Erbo now governor pursued a campaign against magazine smut in 1959 when ha was attorney general Hultman said Tuesday he has no author ity to set myself up as a cen sor and declare a magazine or oook pornographic The Weather FiveDay Fowa Temperatures will average 2 to 5 degrees below normal Thursday through next Monday It will be warm at thc beginning of the period turning cooler over Hie weekend Normal lows are from 60 to 70 and normal highs from 85 to 91 Rainfall will average 50 to locally 80 of an inch and to several inches in oc casional showers or thunder storms mostly over thc week end Iowa Partly cloudy with scat tered showers and thunder storms through Thursday Lo cally heavy rains through Wednesday likely night Not much temperature change Low Wednesday 60s north to 70s south High Thursday 80s north to 90s south Outlook for Friday Partly cloudy slight ly cooler with scattered after noon or evening thunder showers GlobeGazette Weather DaU up io 8 am Wed Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YKAH AGO Maximum Minimum 81 61 fir 57   

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