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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             Norjh Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited forth Home MASON CITY GLOBE VOL PTCM The Fufl Leiw newspaper that makes all North towans MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 23 1942 HOME EDITION neighbors 10o copyThls of Two SectionsSection No 141 Governor refuses to halt execution Iowa road toll reaches 12 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 2MJ pm SUB WO1 Ames 810 Tuei WTAD Qulucy 930 pm WSUI Iowa CHj 910 am Now Mr K talks about cooperation THAT THE U S HAS overtaken and is in the process of passing Russia in outer space exploration were seeing the first real indication of a willingness to accept our invitation extended by Dwighl D Eisenhower to cooperate in this important field The day after John Glenn orbited the earth Feb Nikita Khrushchev wired his congratulations to President Kennedy and offered this obser vation If countries pooled their ef technical and explore outer space it would be very bene ficial to the advance of science and would be acclaimed by all people who would to see scientific achievements benefit man and not be used for war purposes and the arms race Until that time Moscow shrugged off the Eisenhower proposal Ever since the USSR abandoned what had been a worldwide program by scien tists and launched its Sputnik No 1 in 1D57 the Kremlin lost no opportunity to turn its space feats into propaganda Following the breakdown of general disarmament negotia tions in London earlier that year Eisenhower suggested in a UN message that all coun tries agree that outer space should be used only for peace The Kremlins reply was that the Soviet Union would discuss control of outer space only if the western powers agreed in advance to ban nuclear weapons cease testing those weapons and liquidate their foreign bases Washington turned down the counter proposal because it ob viously would have left the free world largely undefended and vulnerable In 1958 the matter was placed on the agenda of UN by Am bassador Lodge Responding to an appeal by Secretary Dulles the General Assemby set up a temporary committee on The Peaceful Use of Outer Space A year later a permanent com mittee was formed That com mittee was largely ineffective because of obstructive tactics by the Russians In fact the committee hasnt even held a meeting since 1959 Its hands were tied Not until this year has there been any perceptible change in the Kremlins attitude And the reasons for the change arc too apparent to be missed Another selfevident fact is that Russia is falling behind in other fields as it seeks to outdo the economies of free nations This shows up particularly in the production of food and other consumer goods The mounting cost and com plexity of space projects has clearly persuaded Russian lead ers that some degree of coop eration with U S would be to their advantage That explains the new Russian attitude I think Recent signs of strain in the Soviet economy have led to sug gestions that Moscow might find it hard to carry through on the cost of sending a manned space ship to the moon By pooling resources on lesser projects its reasoned Russia might pour more money into the moon pro gram That Washington was happy to receive Khrushchevs latest Turn to Pagt 2 The Weather North Iowa Fair to partly cloudy through Tuesday Lows Monday night in the upper 50s Continued mild Tuesday with highs in the 80s Iowa Fair to partly cloudy through Tuesday Low Monday night 5560 north 6065 south High Tuesday in the 80s Out look for Wednesday Partly cloudy and slightly warmer with scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers south and east Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 5 degrees be low normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs are from 83 to 90 and normal lows from 62 to 68 degrees Only minor daily temp e r a t u r e changes are expected Rain fall will average 50 of an inch to locally 150 inches in showers and thunderstorms about Tuesday and again Thursday or after Minnesota Fair and warmer Highs Tuesday in high 80s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 34 Minimum 53 At 8 am 66 Precipitation 07 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 85 Minimum 61 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Tax cut hearings set House Ways and Means committee ordered closeddoor hearings starting Thursday on the economic arguments for and against a tax cut for this year r Ecuador president arrives Carlos Julio Arose mena of Ecuador and President Kennedy begin dis cussions expected to cover a wide range of hemi spheric affairs Their talks appeared certain to deal with the Alliance for Progress aid program the mili tary coup in Peru trade problems and other subjects of interest to Latin America Nasser shows off rockets Gamal Abdel Nasser smiling broadly showed off 20 new rockets in a massive threehour parade marking the 10th anniversary of the Egyptian revolution The parade also featured an array of military hardware ranging from supersonic Sovietbuilt jet bombers and fighters to radio equipped camels American plane buzzed BERLIN A Soviet jet fighter in new inter ference of Berlins air lanes flew within 30 yards of an American charter transport carrying passen gers to the city After five minutes the pilot said the jet waggled its wings and flew away Europe sees JFK meet press NEW Ken nedys news conference in Wash ington was televised to millions of European viewers via the Telstar communications satel lite Monday The press conference was pre ceded by a flickering picture of the Statue of Liberty the first image relayed to Europe by Telstar on the program Tele vision authorities in Europe re ported that Kennedys image was clear and sound was of first class Transatlantic radio quality Europe was to follow up with its own spectacular about 6 p m showing treasures of con tinental art and architecture and travelogue scenes The American show entitled America July 23 1962 in cluded the Mormon Choir from Salt Lake City singing at Mt Rushmore SD an excerpt from the Shakespeare Festival at Stratford Ont Niagara Falls and various other natural won ders It was seen by millions of Europeans from Englands Lands End to Belgrade Yugo slavia Kennedy told reporters at the White House that the United States will not resume nuclear testing unless we are forced to Kennedy was discussing east west relations when the first regular westtoeast live tele cast spanned the Atlantic He defended the US decision iocarry out nuclear tests crit icized Russian plans to initiate a new test scries and went into questions on domestic politics Kennedy was asked about re sorts that Russia was threatening o sign an early peace treaty with the puppet East German regime and what it signified on the Ber lin situation He said we have made no progress recently The President noted that Secre tary of State Dean Rusk is con tinuing his discussions at Geneva with Soviet Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko and would stay there if any useful purpose would be served But the President bluntly said that he could not report any prog ress and this was of concern to us all He said the United States was still hopeful that an accord could be reached in the prolonged negotiations Other highlights of the confer ence The President said it would be disastrous if Congress ad journed without taking any more action on the administrations legislative program as some members have suggested He said there were many things left that should be acted upon including the trade bill youth employment aid to colleges UN bonds tax reform and a farm bill He said the United States is not going to devalue the dollar If we devalue all others would de value The President said the United States can balance its defi cit any time it wishes He also said the United States expects to be able to bring its balance of payments into line by next year This is a very solvent country the President said On the question of a possible in ome tax cut he declined to ivaluate the domestic economy at this point saying this can bet ter be clone after July business figures are in He said it will be determined at that time whether the economy is on a plateau or whether more vigorous executive action is warranted 3 killed in each of 2 accidents Ionia youth is victim BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Twelve persons were killed in Iowas highways over the week 2nd Three lost their lives in 2ach of two accidents while wo were killed in another The carnage included an Ionia fouth Three girls who were gradu ated from the Iowa City High Ichool last month were killed arly Monday in a crash of two autos on an unopened section of Interstate Highway 80 near Iowa City They were Judith Brack 17 and Mary Louise Pur vis 18 both of Iowa City and Sharon Ann Francis 17 Coral ville the driver of the girls car A fourth occupant of the girls car Miriam Stallfort 18 Coral ville was in a hospital but In ood condition with face cuts Authorities said the other car was driven by Leo Paul Houl ton 59 Sioux City He was be ng held for investigation His car came to rest on top of the girls car at the bottom of a 14foot embankment The mishap went unnoticec for several hours Fatally injured in a headon collision on Highway 9 three miles west of Spirit Lake were Albert C McKinstrey 65 custodian at the State Univer sity of Iowa Lakeside Labora tory at Lake Okoboji Miss 0ga Elizabeth Smith 69 oi Milford and Martha Ellen White 17 of Carroll William A McGough 16 of Fort Dodge died in a Roches ter Minn hospital early Mon day of injuries suffered when lis motorcycle was struck from he rear by a car driven by Darrell Carter 24 of Lehigh Sunday night Thomas McDer mott 14 of Fort Dodge was killed outright in the accident Clarence Chester Childs 17 rural Ionia died in a New lampton hospital Monday two hours after a headon collision on Highway 63 Childs was driving south at am in a pickup truck registered to Harold Fuller Ionia He collided headon with a semitrailer driven by Har old E Minks 45 Waterloo owned by Arrow Motor Freight Line Waterloo Minks was not injured According to Claude Hoffman hick a saw County deputy sheriff the accident occurred seven miles south of New Hampton on a straight unob scured stretch of highway There were no other vehicles Involved No charges have been filed It was the sixth traffic fatali ty in Chickasaw County this year Other weekend traffic victims included Mrs Mary Kriz 79 Cedar Rapids Thomas Harpj 15 LaPorte City and Gary Houser 17 Indianola ACTOR DIES Stage and screen veteran Victor Moore 84 the roundfaced comedian with the elflike smile died Monday at East Islip NY Moore who died at a con valescent home appeared in hundreds motion pictures PICKET AGAINST HANGING Part UniXeptty of Iowa stu 9Hfp pTt rWn e Iowa o connue pceng State Penitentiary at Fort Madison pro Monday and remain there until after testing the scheduled Tuesday hanging the execution of convicted murderer Charles Brown n Photofax I he condemned man will be the first person executed in Iowa in 10 years The students plan to continue picketing 27 dead in air crash at Hawaii HONOLULU en persons including two infants died Monday when a disabled Can adian Pacific turbojet airliner with 40 persons aboard crashed and burned in an emergency anding attempt The Federal Aviation Agency said the big Britannia aircraft which originated in Vancouver BC was enroute to Sydney Australia and New Zealand via Honolulu when one of its engines apparently failed shortly after takeoff here The craft left Honolulu Inter national Airport with 29 passen gers and 11 crewmen and returned about 45 minutes later after the jilot dumped fuel over the Pacific n preparation for the landing D J Tierney FAA spokesman said the plane approached the runway for a normal landing on hree engines at 11 ID pm But hen skidding into a mass of grad ng equipment nearby the fuse age snapped and the engines burst into flames Wreckage was strewn over an area the size of a football field The condition of the survivors vho were taken to nearby Hick ham Air Force Base Hospital vas not immediately known The FAA said the pilot notified ts control tower he was cutting one of the engines soon after take off He requested and was granted permission to dump fuel for the emergency landing officials said Tierney said when the aircraft approached the runway it sudden y veered to its left On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 6 Society News 89 CHARLES N BROWN North Iowa News 15 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Comics 18 SAME Black Means traffic Dettfc hi Pkit U Houri Pickets in verbal clash at gates FORT MADISON UPI Two groups of pickets one op josing capital punishment and the other supporting it clashed verbally here as they paraded ack and forth in front of the Iowa state penitentiary They were demonstrating as he time for the hanging o Charles Noel Brown drew near Brown 29 Minneapolis Minn s due to die Tuesday for the slaying last year in Counci Bluffs of Alvin Koehrsen The first group to appear a the state prison consisted of about 17 students from the Uni versity of Iowa Iowa City op posing the scheduled hanging The students split into two roups one picketing the gates CHARLES E KELLEY Waterloo man killed while trying breakin JESUP Waterloo man was shot and killed early Sun day as he and two companions were attempting to break into the Cashway Lumber Yard at Jesup Dead was Kenneth Graham about 24 years old Police said he was killed by a bullet tfrom a 22 caliber rifle fired by Ervin Strain yard owner of the lumber Strain said he was sleeping at the lumber yard because his wife is in the hospital and his sisterinlaw is staying in his home He said he was awakened about am by the youths trying to break in Police said that one of Gra hams companions identified as Al Osmundson of Waterloo stop ped at the home of Glenn Col lins who farms 4Mz miles south of Jesup and gave himself up parading along US 61 They carried signs appealing to Gov Norman Erbe to com mute Browns death sentence The governor was Browns las hope Brown will be hanged Pal loses his appeal DES MOINES m Gov Gorman Erbe announced Monday that he will not in ervene in the scheduled anging of convicted slayer Charles Noel Brown Brown goes to the gallows uesday at dawn at the State enitentiary at Fort Madison Erbe in his statement declared I have very carefully considered he question of setting aside the udgment imposed by the jury But he said under the circum tances there is no valid reason or overruling the sentence pre cribed by the legislature and de ermined by the judicial system Therefore I have decided that the verdict of the jury and the judg ment of the court will not be set aside Erbe has power to commute Browns sentence to life imprison ment He said his study of the case included detailed examina ion of the trial records a review f the Iowa Supreme Court ruling upholding the conviction and close attention to the appeals o the governor on the subject Brown 29of Minneapolis and ormerly of Bedford Ind and Charles Edward Kelley 21 of Vlinneapolis were sentenced for killing Alvin Koehrsen 54 of Wal nut on Feb 22 1961 in Council Bluffs Kelley also may be executed in the near future The Iowa Su preme Court Monday denied him a rehearing The action shuts off the last court appeal for Kelley short of an appeal to the US Su preme Court It will be up to Gov Norman Erbe now to set a new date for the hanging of Kelley He origi nally was slated to hang July 18 aut his execution was delayed lending the decision on his pe ition for rehearing Erbes statement continued My study has also necessarily seen directed to the undenied fact hat the record of events which culminated in his Browns ap prehension also included the mur der of a victim in Minneapolis the murder of a victim in Omaha and the attempted murder of another man in Council Bluffs owa I have been impressed in this examination with the fact that t AVVrfVLLlCl K LCD J tllClX of the penitentiary and the other Brown was very ably defended Among the signs were ones reading Erbe Prove to Us You Govern a Civilized State Thou Shalt Not Kill and Murder in the Name of the State is Murder in the Name of the The opposing group made up of about 30 young persons from the Fort Madison area ap peared at the gates of the prison carrying such signs as Hang the Killers and We Pro test Your Protest Several verbal clashes but no violence erupted between the two groups of pickets Canadas doctors strike nears end SASKATOON Saskatchewan UP Saskatchewan medical care dispute was expected to be set tled this week Reliable sources said the provinces striking doc tors and theSocialist provincial government were on the verge of agreement after four days of ne gotiations The key was draft legislation to amend the medical care insurance law to allow doc tors to practice outside the plan s STRIKE DELAYED LOS ANGELES UP Two big unions have agreed to President Kennedys request for a post ponement of a threatened aero space industry strike giving negotiators 60 days to seek a settlement Labor contract talks were resumed here Monday W by an outstanding defense counsel and that he has been afforded ivery safeguard provided by the aw for the assurance of the ad t ministration of justice to one charged with and convicted of the crime of murder I have reached the conclusion that there has been no lack of ju dicial fairness no injustice and no doubt as to the guilt of the accused Brown and Kelley were arrest ed near Council Bluffs shortly after Koehrsen was killed as they tried to commandeer his car Each told officers that he fired the shots that killed Koehrsen an Internal Revenue Service em ploye Each said he didnt know whether the other shot at the man in the episode that concluded a bloodsplashed threestate crime spree Brown was convicted April 14 1961 in Council Bluffs by a jury which fixed his punishment at death Kelleys trial was moved to Glenwood at his request for a change of venue He contended that Pottawattamie County resi dents were prejudiced He plead ed guilty May 18 1961 after a jury agreed on his guilt but dead locked on whether his punishment should be hanging or life in pris on District Court Judge Leroy Johnson then set the death pen alty The two also are charged witR tilling Howard Trowbridge 52 of Milwaukee Wis in a Minneapolis avern holdup and Harry burg 60 as they held up the liq uor store he managed in Omaha They also admitted wowndinf bartender George Koch 30 In the Minneapolis holdup James Peter son 17 of Minneapolis la a hold   

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