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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 30, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Macmillan in trouble story on page HOME EDITION He couldnt take defeat LOS GATOS Calif They found the old lawyer dead in bis tworoom shack his mattress shredded by rats and mice 30 years after he withdrew from a world he didnt understand and didnt want to Elisha Corbin even his name seemed something out of another as well have died in November 1932 In that month Herbert Hoover was defeated in the presiden tial election of Franklin D Roosevelt and Corbin gave up his lucrative law practice in disgust He had been a classmate of Hoover at Stanford University before the turn of the century His practice flourished But after the defeat of Hoover Corbin abruptly left his life behind him He moved off to a cabin in the Santa Cruii mountains fished and meditated in angry solitude He was shaken and de pressed by the election re sults his brotherinlaw re tired San Jose fire chief Char les Plummer recalled Goosestep in a tiny Jail cell Rudolf Hess stands aloof By M G FRIENDLY BERLIN UPI Rudolf Hess now a bonylooking scare crow with burning eyes sunk under beetle brows celebrates the 30th anniversary of his fuehrers rise to power by try ing to goosestep in his tiny pri son cell Hess the deputy fuehrer prob ably is the only person in Ger many who still openly acknowl edges the leadership of Adolf Hitler And many who have observed him in the Spandau prison for war criminals believe he is insane Proof of his insanity is seen in the fact that he tries to goosestep in a cell 10 feet long and 6 feet in the fourpower pri son in the British sector of Ber lin where he is sentence serving a life He harangues himself on the glories of the Third Reich the achievements of Hitler and his own part in Nazi history until his mysterious flight to Scotland and imprisonment in May 1941 He is goosestepping alone There were no ceremonies in either West or East Germany marking Hitlers appointment as chancellor In West Berlins Jewish com munity center the federation of persecutees of the Nazi re gime called a pm meet ing to commemorate those who died during the 12 years of Nazi rule In grim redbrick Hess gets little sympathy from the two other former Nazis with whom he shares a prison that once held 660 inmates Both Albert Speer Nazi munitions minister and B a 1 Von Schirach Nazi youth leader treat Hess with disdain and rarely talk to him Speer and Von Schirach are serving 20 years They were sentenced in October 1946 by the international military tri bunal at Nuernberg Hess is not considered good company either by the other two prisoners or the prisons American Russian British and French wardens The four pow ers take turns monthly admin istering and guarding the pri son Except for goosestepping and singing the Horst Wessel son Hess is a cry baby He complains bitterly of his health One day it is his heart the next his kidneys When everything else is all right he says he has a stomach ache Hess is 68 but he is said to have aged greatly in prison All this is based on second hand WASHINGTON of Defense Robert S McNamara said Wednesday the United States does not want to dominate the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza tion but will have to stay in the drivers seat as long as it carries so much of the Western defense load We would be happy to share since July 18 commanderin hours HESS chief of the and Hitlers successor as fuehs rer served his 10 years and was released Three others were paroled be The newspoper thot mokes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 102 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 30 1963 10c a copy No 303 5year defense program w d NATO more equitably the heavy burdens we now carry in the collective defense of the free world Mc Namara said But as long as we do carry so great a share we can not escape carrying a proportion ately large share of the responsi bility for leadership and direc tion Americas allies in Europe should be able to shoulder a big ger share of the burden than they closeddoor session of the House have he added Armed Services Committee he es McNamara outlined US hopes timated the fiscal 1964 spending for the Atlantic Alliance in telling for all the defense programs at Congress about a fiveyear billion The biggest share fense program designed to handle billion is tagged for the military the Communist threat in situforces ations ranging from guerrilla war fare to nuclear attack ROSI LOGAN A cute gal Desk 105 offlimits to pages DES MOINES was knowledge No Western all by her lonesome at Desk 105 newsman has in the Iowa House of Representa been admitted lives Wednesday to Sp a n d a u No longer were the page boys buzzing around the cute little bru 1947 when sevnette from Charles City They got en top Nazis the word Tuesday from Sergeant moved into the atArms Ralph Lancaster prison from Nuernberg Desk 105 he intoned at t One Adm solemn m e et ing is out of Karl Doenitz bounds At least during working The attraction or as Lancaster Germany navy put it the honey drawing flies Logan 18 secretary to Wayne Shaw RCharles ity cause of age and illness They for were former Nazi foreign minslators They are to ister Konstantin Von Neurath economic minister Albert Funk and Adm Erich Raeder TheWeathei Iowa Variable cloudiness through Thursday A few snow flurries east Wednesday night lows zero to 10 below Not so cold west and north Thurs day highs 515 Further out cloudy with scat tered light snow little temper ature change Friday Minnesota Partly cloudy not so cold Highs Thursday 10 to 20 above GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 10 Minimum 8 Sunrise Sunset SAME anyway but lately all errands seem to take them to Desk 105 It was getting a little obvious said Lancaster Some of the pages even were coming over from the Senate Nothing really serious mind you The boys were just coming over to shoot the breeze said Rosi That is until Lancaster got of it Study group backs new assessing plan DES MOINES AP Creation of a state assessor with broad power to equalize property evalu ations for taxes was recommend ed in a report Wednesday by the Legislative Revenue Study Com mittee after a twoyear study The committee headed by Sen Richard L Stephens RAins worth urged that the assessment evaluation responsibility be taken from the StateTax Commission It said the Tax Commission has failed to do the job and there apparently is no way to force it to act The tax be appointed by the governor and assessor under the committee recommendation would Vandals cut wiring in 12 school buses FORT MADISON There was no school in any of the Fort Madison schools Wednesday because of damage done by vandals to the school systems 12 buses School Superintendent Dr Wil liam Little said vandals cut wiring to electrical defrosting systems flashing signals turn indicators clearing lights and safety doors on all buses Tues day night The buses were parked at the Fort Madison High School athletic field he said 23 FLEE FIRE BURLINGTON Fire forced 23 tenants of a three story frame apartment building o evacuate Tuesday night would serve until replaced by the governor or the Senate could move to replace him on its own initiative The group recommended sever al sweeping changes in the Iowa tax structure They included broadening the sales tax but keep ing it at the 2 per cent level to In a wideranging summary of the present and future US mili tary position he strongly hinted that the United States would send combat troops into South Viet Nam if the Communists launch an open attack from North Viet Nam For the first time he ack nowledged the United States now has more than 11000 military men n Viet Nam advising the native forces McNamara told Congress that merican strategic might is suf ficient to absorb an enemy strike and still destroy the Soviet Un Russian nuclear attack striking back at Soviet cities if Americai cities are hit The defense secretary called for development on an urgent basis relieve property taxes abolishing of a new missile to defend the taxes on personal property except for corporations and repealing the moneys and credits tax The committee said there are many loopholes which should be closed in the sales tax system On liquor by the drink the com mittee made no recommendation as to whether such sales should be legalized but estimated that he state would receive about million a year if by the drink sales were made legal with a 000 license fee and a 10 per cent iales tax It said local govern ments also would receive about million from the license fees A 10 per cent tax was recom mended on trading stamps which he committee called an irrita tion to a great many merchants United States against innerconti nental ballistic missile attack He sketched a radical new con cept for organization and use of airborne infantrymen one he said would be particularly valuable for conflicts in areas outside of Europe He said an increasing military might tend to limit the size and On the inside Ediforials 4 Society News 71011 Clear Lake News 1213 Sports 1718 North Iowa News 19 Latest Markets 20 Mason City News 62021 Comics 28 News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES 14 aboard missing NEW YORK A Navy plane with 14 persons aboard was missing 150 miles southeast of here in the Atlantic The Coast Guard at first reported sur vivors had been seen but later said only the rafts debris and marker were sighted De Gaulles stand deplored LONDON European newspapers deplored President Charles de Gaulles blockingof British Common Market membership and some said it will benefit only Russias Premier Khrushchev There was general agreement that French isolationism poses a serious threat to Allied unity in Europe and to the continents relations with the U S No hope for education plan WASHINGTON Prospects of President Ken nedys big new school aid program have been summed up in a single short sentence It hasnt got a prayer That assessment was widely shared by lawmakers after their first look at the Presidents multibillion dollar education plan o 3 miners feared dead BENTON III Three miners were feared killed in a fire smoldering in one of Illinois newest coal minus swept out of control Four other miners were hospitalized suffering from smoke inhalation at Freeman Col Cos Orient No 5 mine In lengthy testimony to a ion will He said the United State retaliate in kind to any strain on the Soviet economy iclp determine the character of he Soviet military program at least over the next few years He forecast that China will seek to expand its own influence n the Communist camp and among the unaligned nations re sorting to armed aggression to satisfy its ambitions only where this can be done without a direct confrontation of US military orces Our principal concern in the years ahead must be the dangers of an ICBM or submarine aunched missile attack and the main thrust of our efforts should redirected to meet these ris ng threats McNamara said in a discussion of US air defenses In this area we are in better shape with respect to warning han to active defense he said It is now generally agreed that he NikeZeus system currently aeing tested would not be effec ive against a sophisticated threat in the late 1960s or early 1970s McNamara asked for a lion authorization to press devel opment of the NikeX an ad vanced antimissile missile which would have an improved radar system and a speedier rocket booster He requested a total of million for antimissile re search and development work Diagonal roads bill approved by Iowa Senate DES MOINES WVA bill to Dcrmit construction of diagonal lighways passed the Senate Wednesday by a vote of 3115 and was sent to the House The measure filed by the Senate Highways Commitfee repeals a provision requiring the highways to follow section lines Opponents argued that the di agonal roads would divide farms into triangular portions and destroy much of Iowas top quality farm land Proponents said a system of convenient high quality roads would increase value of farm lands Photofax GOVERNOR CROWNS HEART QUEEN Gov Harold Hughes places a crown on the head of Karen Squier 12 Nora Springs designating her as 1963 Iowa Heart Queen The ceremony took place in the governors office Karen is a daughter ofMr and Mrs Truman Squier Nora Springs She had heart surgery m June 1956 The governor also proclaimed February as Heart Month in Iowa Nora Springs girl She rules as Heart Queen DES 12year old Nora Springs girl was crowned as 1963 Iowa Heart Queen Tuesday by Gov Harold Hughes as the national Heart Fund Twins looked on Hughes crowned Karen Squier a daughter of Mr and Mrs Truman C Squier Nora Springs during a brief cere mony in the governors office in the Statehouse Also present for the cere mony were Terry and Tammy Bell 4yearold twin daugh ters of Mr and Mrs Joseph Bell Des Moines who were crowned National Heart Fund 16 by the American Heart Association In addition to crowning Miss Squier Hughes also issued a proclamation designating Feb ruary as heart month in the state The three girls then went to the House chamber upstairs and were introduced to the members of the lower house Terry Bell leads a normal life today after heart surgery was performed on her two years ago Her physical ac tivity was more limited than that of Tammy prior to the operation because of a heart defect Karen Squier was born with a hole in the lower chamber of her heart According to her mother it was discovered when she was 10months old She was taken to the Univer sity Hospitals in Iowa City for checkups every three months during her early childhood On June 22 1956 just be fore she was 6 Karen was the first perspp at University Hos pitals to have open heart sur gery using the heartlung ma chine The hole in her heart was patched with a piece of plastic Mrs Squier said Karen now leads a perfectly normal life She is in seventh grade at Nora SpringsRock Falls School belongs to 4H and Girl Scouts attends Girl Scout camp in the summer swims and takes piano les sons Last August Karen reigned as Floyd County princess at the Floyd County Industrial Day celebration Clarence Morrill director of the Iowa Heart Association became ac quainted with her case at that time Meredith not to quit school FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES JACKSON H Meredith said Wed nesdayhehas decided to return to the University of Mississippi for the spring semester The 29yearold Negro whose entrance into the university last fall was greeted by rioting which left two dead and hur dreds injured made his announcement at a news conferenc Many things have taken place in recent months and r see signs hat gve me hope that I will be able to go to schooMn the future under adequate if not ideal conditions Secii h SalU His decision came a few days after he had completed his academic work for his first semester of study at the pre viouslyallwhite university Meredith skipped one of his final examinations and has been reported in deep scho lastic difficulty but his actual grades have not yet been re vealed Meredith said at the news conference however that he had been notified by the univer sity he ws eligible for readmis sion in good standing I want to thank the people of the United States for their support Meredith said With so many of our citizens gen uinely concerned with this grave racial problem we arc bound to find an adequate so lution I also want to thank the many people throughout the world who have shown such a great interest in the struggle of men for equality of oppor tunity OK to Shaff plan Moves on to House JAMES MEREDITH THAN IS SUCCESS VANDENBERG AFB Calif giant Titan missile with a dummy thermonuclear warhead landed in its target area near Wake Island Tuesday 5000 miles away from its launching pad here DES MOINES UP The owa Senate Tuesday passed for the second time he Shaff plan of legisla ive reapportionment The ote was 3119 The plan in the form of a con litutional amendment goes to the louse where similar concurrence needed before the measure goes o a vote of the people as pre ribed by law The House is expected to dis uss the plan next week The Shaff plan named for its rincipal sponsor Sen David O haff RClinton would create a Senate based on ation and assure each county at iast one representative in the louse Ten Democrats and nine Repub icans voted against the plan on inal passage Tuesday The measure carries a provision etting a special election on the ilan for Dec 3 1963 It also faces legal test Feb 16 at 10 am in US District Court here The court vas asked by several labor lead rs to order that both houses be ipportioned on the basis of popu ation During the daylong debate on eapportionment six other plans and a series of amendments to he Shaff proposal were defeated None of the opposition measures got more than 20 votes in the 50 member Senate The allday session was marked by a clash between Sen Andrew of Dubuque Demo cratic floor leader and Sen Rob ert R Rigler of New Hampton Republican floor leader It ended vhen Lt Gov William Mooty earned Frommelt to stick to the ssue and avoid implications of mproper motives Frommelt criticized what he called devious means and almost trickery by which the Shaff plan was brought to victory in the leg islature two years ago He said proponents because of pressure by outside groups vi olated an agreement to let a plan lie once it was defeated on its merits and instead brought the Shaff measure back for considera tion after it once had been voted down Frommelt read a letter Rigler allegedly wrote to the editor of lis local newspaper two years ago n which he quoted the senator From New Hampton as listing a number of faults in the Shaff plan He said Rigler voted for the plan two days after the letter was published Rigler referred to an explana ion of his vote printed in the Journal of the 1961 legislative ession and said he feels today as he did then In the expla nation he said he had tried to win support for other plans but I am convinced that this of ers the last hope in this ses sion of passing any kind of workable plan Rigler said that granting that he Shaff plan has many faults t is an improvement over existing apportionment Rigler said opponents were great on defense but failed to agree on a measure they could support Voting against the plan were Democrats John J Brown Smmetsburg Joseph Coleman iare Robert R Dodds Dan ville Andrew G Frommelt Du ntque Robert Fulton Waterloo Peter F Hansen Manning Eu gene M Hill Newton Jake B Mincks Ottumwa George E OMalley Des Moines and Orval Watler Lenox Republicans John J Camp bell Oskaloosa Leigh R Curran Mason City J T Dykhouse Rock Rapids D C Nolan Iowa City Jack Schroeder Bettendorf Rich ard C Turner Council Bluffs Charles S Van Eaton Sioux City Edward A Wearin Red Oak and Martin Wiley Cedar Rapids The only Senate Democrats vot ing for it were Adolph W Elvers Elkader and Franklin S Main amoni On final passage in 1SC1 the Shaff plan was approved in the Senate by a vote of 2723 and in the House by a margin of 82 26 Wreckage of bomber found in mountains LAS VEGAS NM A B52 Strategic Air Command bomber from Walker Air Force Base crashed with its six crew members Wednesday in the mountainous s e m iwilderness country about 35 miles north of Las Vegas There was one sur vivor Among the dead was Lt Col Donald Hayes 39 A1U Iowa   

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