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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for Horn MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VpL The newspoper that mokes all North lowans neighbors ud Prew tatonuttowU LW wire MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1H2 eopyThU pper CowUU ol Two OM No HI Russ responsible for jets remova Terms for adoptions are eased More babies available By WILLIAM DICKINSON Jr GlobeGtzette Editorial RtMarch Bureau WASHINGTON It is not necessary to own your own home No set income required Adoptive mothers may work Age of parents flexible If you are understanding if you love children if you want your house to be a home we would like to talk to you Recent adver tisement placed by PeirceWar wick Adoption Service ofWash Ington Home for Foundlings The advertisement above was directed specifically to couples interested in obtaining Negro Puerto Rican and Mexican chil dren the least wanted among youngsters offered for adoption But is is symptomatic of a little Castro will release them WASHINGTON au thorities said Tuesday the United States is holding the Soviet Union responsible for carrying out the withdrawal from Cuba of bombers which Prime Minister Fidel Castro now offers to give up as obsolete This waitandsee attitude was an initial Washington reaction to a letter to the United Nations quot ing Castro as saying he is ready to let the Soviets take back the jet bombers if the Soviet government considers it convenient for the good development of negotiations and a resolution of the crisis to withdraw such airplanes Castro said his government therefore will not block the Soviet decision Removal of the jets could mark a breakthrough in stalled US Soviet negotiations on a Cuban settlement President Kennedy has insisted the planes must go as part of the Cuba deal with Soviet Pre mier Khrushchev But the United States has been recognized field revolution in this Even the supply of healthy white babies for adoption is being offered on easier terms Where 10 couples once waited for each white infant available for adoptionfewer wait today How many fewer is not yet clear The U S Childrens Bureau recently awarded a 000 research grant to the Chile Welfare League of America to find out why the number of ap plicants for adoptive children i declining The greater availability of guch children is illustrated by changed conditions in the na tions capital area Prospective foster parents formerly waited from one to three years before a licensed agency began its study to determine whether the ap plicants were suitable The wait ing period now ranges from two weeks to six months Estimates by the Childrens Bureau show that adoption peti tions were granted for 113000 children in the United States last year up six per cent from the 107000 in 1960 The number of adoptions may rise again in 1962 but the federal agency is EXIT BY Gomez 21 ancThis wife Elsa 20 attaches at the Cuban mission to the UN head for plane at New Yorks Idlewild Airport bound for Mexico City They left at State Department request accused by Photofax the FBI of supplying weapons to a pro Castro ring in New York Three others were arrested last weekend by the FBI on charges of conspiracy to commit sabotage Walker takes his to court Chinese to halt attacks BULLETIN TOKYO OP Communist China declared Wednesday it is stopping firing against In dian troops along the disputed Chinese Indian border as of midnight Wednesday Peking radio said in a broadcast mon itored here NEW DELHI India Prune Minister Nehru Tuesday named a new army chief of staff and told Parliament the battered ndian army is ready for a des perate stand against Chinese Communist warriors rushing to ward the rich plains of Assam Nehru also declared the Chi nese have sent many sugges talks but we are not going to accept any one of them Weshall continue the war until Iowa Partly cloudy and warm er Tuesday night with south west winds 2550 miles per1 hour lows 4045 Wednesday partly cloudy windy and turn ing colder with snow flurries northwest and extreme north by evening highs 4550 Fur ther cloudy with no important tempera ture change Thursday Minnesota Cloudy rain chang ing to snow flurries Highs Wednesday near 40s OXFORD Miss mer Maj Gen Edwin A Walker went to federal court Tuesday to protest Justice Department treatment of him during anal leged constitutional lost week end that followed rioting at the University of Mississippi The general wearing a steel blue suit and a tengallon hat was accompanied by attorney and his mother The hearing before US Dis trict Judge Claude Clayton in volves motions regarding Walk GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum Sunset Sunrise YEAR AGO ers mental competence to stanc receiving a mounting number Maximum of reports from adoption Minimum agencies in various parts of the country that they are seeing a decline in the number of ap plications This means shorter waiting periods and perhaps an end to the exploitive black markets in babies But the unfortunate side of the de cline is that it may mean more and more permanent foster care for many cially those who are older or are members of minority groups Behind the changing situation is the low birth rate of the de pression years It now shows up in a declining number of couples in the 2535 age span that I agencies consider best suited for Starting a family Moreover there is a significant drop in infertility due to improved medical knowledge and treat ment And more young unwed mothers are willing to give up their children for adoption The Childrens Bureau last July issued a recommendation that adoption agencies reex amine their practices to ensure that children are not kept out of adoptive homes because of rigid policies that ought to go by the board in the light of the new trend But there are still going to be disappointed couples One professional worker in the field has said that the yardstick for selecting applicants remains they make good parents Classified as poor reasons for wanting to adopt babies are be cause everyone else has them because its the fashion wanting a child to save a failing mar riage wanting to do good and perhaps do penance for some hidden guilt by adopting a poor unfortunate Asserts Tinka D Engel in a recent article on the subject A good adoptive parent must have an extra dimension He must be able to accept that his child was born to someone else and tol erate the often painful but in alterable facts of his heredity background million bond issue The Mason City School Board has proposed a million bond issue to finance a new high school See story on page17 Other features in this edition Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News i Society News S9 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Latest Mason City News 1417 Comics It Farm News strike from the record a mem SAME Safety Department Figures Means Traffic Death in Past St Hoars randum by Dr Charles Smith lief psychiatrist for the fed ral prisons bureau which re ulted in Walkers being rushed o Springfield Mofederal pris n after his arrest here Oct 1 he government has filed a ountermotion Walkers attorneys hope that he maneuver will result in triking the results of a mental xamination of Walker made re ently in Dallas gen ral now lives Walker now is ree on bond Murray L Williams an art or we win Gen Joyanto Natch Chaudhuri 54 commander of the Indian roops that seized Portuguese Goa astDecember in lightning con quest was named to succee Gen P N Thapar Nehru said the Chinese are a vancing from captured Bomdila only 80 road miles from the plains along a road which leaves the mountains and runs through a strip of jungle before emerging onto rich rice fields and tea es tates The American consul general in Photofax ney for Walker said the gen erals constitutional rights were violated He said Walkers treat ment the day after the riots that took two lives was a friv olous and scurrilous attack on he reputation and sanity of a man never accused by a grand jury or indicted by a US at torney but only on a complaint from a US attorney This is a fantastically dan gerous procedure said attor ney Clyde J Watts Oklahoma City He said the case could shape the course of handling future who are un favorable to the executive branch FIREMEN AT THE burst through roof of the Scranton Pa First Baptist Church as firemen attempt to save the structure Loss to the church remodeled and refurbished less than five months ago was fixed at more than Cause of the spectacular fire in the structure erected in 1900 was not determined N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES AP Phototax SET FOR lowans are girding for the winter blasts Australians arc being found on the beach With summer down under just a month away Bikini clad Susan Wrobel and her daughter Debra 3 give the ocean a trial romp Doesnt score easily WASHINGTON Anthony J Celebrezze the new secretary of health education and welfare said he has not given up smoking because of the cancer scare Celebrezze whose department isconducting a study to determine any relationship between smok ing and lung cancer was asked why he has not given up smoking if he thought there was a chance it was injurious to health Because I enjoy it Cele brezze said Not in proper order ANDERSON for a Negro seek ing entry to allwhite Clemson College have drawn admission that a card relating to his application was put away in a vault instead of handled normal ly The college contends that Harvey Gantt 19 was denied admission because his application was not in proper order Reports missiles hidden NEW YORK The United States has learned that tactical missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads have been hidden inside Cuba and the missiles are capable of reaching into Guantanamo naval base the New York Herald Tribune reported Known as Frogs these groundtoground mobile missiles have a range of about 25 miles Airlines show improvement major US domestic air lines lost million during the first nine months of the The JanuarySeptember loss was not as severe as last year however when the carriers had a net loss of more than million y Calcutta William Baxter recom mended that dependents of Amer icans on north bank of the Brahmaputra River in Assam be evacuated The Chinese are less than 50 air miles north of the river Baxter also recommended that Americans on the south bank ur gently consider evacuation There are about 100 Americans known to be living in Assam mostly Baptist missionaries About 1500 British tea planters and their families in Assam are considering evacuation Nehru announced that in the Ladakh theater 850 miles to the west the Chinese have captured three more outposts guarding the vital Indian airfield at Chushul Crash near Riceville claims two men were killed and another injured in an auto accident on a country road six miles northeast of here Monday evening Killed were Larry Ullum 20 Chester and Ronald Leonard 20 LeRoy Minn They were riding with Warren Hardin 19 LeRoy All three were employed in Charles City and were on their Castro switch appears an abrupt aboutface MIAMI prop aganda transmitters sought Tuesday to picture Fidel Cas tros decision to give up his Soviet bombers as a pro peace gesture in an apparent attempt to salvage his tattered prestige It was worthy of note that Castro in his letter to U Thant at the United Nations de scribed the war planes as the property of the Soviet Union Hitherto the Cubans have maintained they were Cuban property and any de cision on their disposal would have to come from Castro Havana Radio emphasized Castros statement that the bombers were antiquated and vulnerable to most anti aircraft defenses This de scription of the speedy Ilyu shin jets contrasted sharply with the U S description of them as a definite threat to American internal security Even before Cubans were fully aware of the import of Castros early morning an nouncement the governments propaganda machine swung into action with news of broad support for the move Havana Radio said the fac ulty of the University of Ha vana voiced its total identifi cation with Castros decision Praise was voiced for Castros effort to resolve Caribbean tension It was also noted that Cas tros new letter to Thant omitted any mention of the Cuban premiers so called five points set forth as min imum conditions for a solution of the Caribbean crisis The five points included Castro de mands for United States with drawal from Guantanamo and an end to the present U S naval blockade olding the Soviet Union respon ble for the presence of the bomb rs in Cuba Therefore US offi mis said the United States is ooking to the the uban leaders indicate hat the bombers are going out Kennedy is slated to talk pub icly about the Cuban situation in a news conference at 5 pm CST uesday The Presidents meeting with the press will be nationally radiotelevised It is his first news conference since before the start of the Cuban crisis US authorities made it clear that what Kennedy says Tuesday will be affected by any lack of the Soviets during the day about removal of the bombers Without setting up a definite timetable that would give the proposition one of the major ele ments of an ultimatum US nego tiators nevertheless have empha sized to the Soviets at the United Nations that they were in a hurry for a satisfactory response on the point The schedule for the Kennedy broadcast provided an implied time marker Soviet negotiators are reported to have contended so far that the planes are outdated implying the United States should not be so in sistent on their removal The Cu bans have sought to give the im pression the planes belong to them Havana radio renewed Castros threat to down US reconnais sance planes that are still flying in the absence of the USspeci fied inspection inside Cuba to see that Soviet missiles and other offensive weapons are actually removed and restated his rejec tion of onthespot verification by outsiders Khrushchev has offered to with draw the bombers in the past but only on such terms that the Unit ed States would not agree Among other things 4he Soviets have been backing Castro demands in cluding withdrawal of the United States from its trig naval base at Guantanamo in eastern Cuba If the bombers do depart from Cuba Kennedy is expected to give consideration to carrying out some part of the commitments of his deal with Khrushchev Kennedy has told Khrushchev that upon withdrawal of offensive weapons from Cuba and establishment of international safeguards to insure Cuba is free of such weapons the United States would lift its block ade of Cuba and pledge not to in vade the island Continued presence of the bomb ers in Cuba is the biggest unre solved issue in the Cuban dispute between the United States and the Soviet Union President Kennedy classed them as offensive weap ons because they have a range of 750 miles and can carry nu clear bombs US authorities estimate 30 or more of the bombers were deliv ered to Cuba Adenauers cabinet in offer of resignation Good weather anticipated for Thanksgiving Southerly winds and sunshine Tuesday brought an end to Iowas dismal weather of the past few days The warmer air was expected to boost temperatures into the 40s and 50s Tuesday The southerly winds may reach 45 miles an hour in gusts The outlook is for fine weather Thanksgiving day with partly cloudy skies and mild tempera res way home about 5 pm The Hardin car had just passed another car when a pickup truck driven by Gordon Eide Riceville made a left turn into his driveway in front of the Hardin car In order to avoid a collision Hardin took to the ditch The car relied 90 feet and landed in a corn field Howard County medical ex aminer Dr W C Dankel said the two men were killed in stanlly Hardin was taken to Crescp and then to a Rochester hospi l where he was reported in air condition Tuesday Funeral services for Ullum and Leonard are pending a the Martz Funeral Home Le Roy BONN members of the West German cabinet of fered their resignations Tuesday to enable Chancellor Konrad Adenauer to form anew gov ernment Controversial Defense Minis ter FranzJosef Strauss led the abinct in offering its collective esignation Earlier the cabinets five Free Democratic Party FDP members turned in their resig nations after Adenauer rebuffed their demands to fire Strauss An announcement by Aden aucrs own Christian Demo cratic Party GDP said the col lective resignations offer was made to allow the chancellor to form a new thus Loss of the FDP backing had threatened Adenauer with hav ing only minority support in parliament The mass resignation offer struck Bonn by surprise Political observers said i clears the way for Adenauer to orm a new cabinet withou Straussthus meeting FDP de mands The FDP said it can not support an Adenauer cabi net that includes Strauss whos part in a recent government se curity crackdown on the new magazine Dcr Spiegel led to th current cabinet crisis Political sources said Aden auer now will delay action un til completion of state election in Bavaria Sunday Strauss restore the coalition with theithe leader of Adenauers politi FDP leal allies in Bavaria Give your fair share THI COMMUNITY CNf   

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