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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 11, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             The American Woman See story on page 10 HOME 1 EDITION f Still no trace of U S vessel of the disappear ance ol the sulphurcarrying tanker Marine Sulphur continued to deepen over the weekend i v tu 524foot shP sink in the severe Atlantic storm that 14 foot east coast wilh mPh winds churning up waves Are the tanker and her crew of 39 in Cuba If so was she 1T or did she become dis abled and drift into Cuban wa ters Six search planes were ordered to scan the southeast Atlantic from Cape Hatteras NC to Fort Pierce Fla covering an area roughly 250 miles offshore The Coast Guard cutter Sweetgum last reported 200 miles off Jack sonville Fia also was ordered to take part One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Editor and Publisher BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO moo WOI Amet WTAD Qainey 930 pm San am Tnei pm Tburi WSUI Cltj pm Sat Free press is your freedom OOMETHING MIGHTY HARD to explain happens to our Presidents between their can didacy and their occupancy of the White House In the cam paign they are enthusiastically and unreservedly for a free press After election they begin to hedge And by they I mean all of them In my own contacts with poli tics on the national dimension Ive seen this aboutface in just about every one of our Chief Executives since Woodrow Wil son So that there will be neith appearance nor the fact of partisanship in my approach to the subject let me make it clear at the outset that the dif ference between promise and performance in President John F Kennedy is no greater than it was in Dwight D Eisen hower President Eisenhower invoked policy censorship by executive order despite his campaign promise that he would revoke the order He was referring to a Truman directive that no speech release or other public statement concerning military policy be released un til it had been cleared by the Defense Department This was extended to cover the State De partment Instead of condemn ing Ike copied During the Cuban crisis the question came to a head again when President Kennedy pointed out that during the time of tension Administration spokesmen will generate or ma nipulate news to speak as one for the country As tensions ease he added a more normal accesstonews relationship will be permitted This generalization seemed to be spelled out by Arthur Sylves ter Assistant secretary for pub lic affairs in the Defense De partment in this statement In the kind of world we live in the generation of news by actions taken by the govern ment becomes one weapon in a strained situation As if to make certain that he meant what he said when he characterized news releases as a possible weapon Sylvester former New Jersey newspaper man told a professional journal ism fraternity audience in New York City that prevarication was justifiable when expedient His words I think the inherent right the government to lie to save itself when faced with nuclear disaster is basic Then came the crowning blow According to the UPI report on the Sylvester talk he asked that he be identified as a member of Sigma Delta Chi the frater nity in question Later he began squirming The results of such news weaponry he explained jus tify the methods but he said that such a policy means dis tortion deception or manipula tion of news by the military Tho marked resemblance however between this stand and that taken by dictators Hit ler Mussolini Stalin Khrush chev Tojo and all the rest was such as to draw this wire to Sylvester from Lee Hills of to 2 Please Monday 15 planes searched the area between Fort Pierce and Norfolk Va where the Sulphur Queen was scheduled to arrive last Thursday A report from one aircraft of a yellowish substance in the ocean about 190 miles east of St Augustine Fla sent a small Navy ship the USS Hoist to the scene The Hoist reported the yellow substance was floating seaweed The Coast Guard reported Sun day it is investigating the pos sibility that the Sulphur Queen is in Cuba A spokesman said that pos then said the ship might have drifted into Cuban waters Other Coast Guard sources said the Swiss Embassy in Havana on a request from the US State Department presumably is try ing to check out speculation that the Marine Transport Lines tanker is in Cuba The Sulphur Queen left Beau mont Tex Feb 2 Its course through the Gulf of Mexico would not have been too far from Cuban waters Although her route would have taken her through regular sea lanes no other vessel definitely has reported sighting her the probe concerned the sibility of a hijacking but N ews in c utshell KEOM WIEE SERVICES Real storm LOS ANGELES Southern California went more than 300 days without a real storm Then with thunder lightning torrents of rain and snow in the mountains it got one which caused five traffic deaths on rainslick roads and freeways brought up to 8 inches of rain in suburban foot hilis and flooded hun dreds of intersections and temporarily blocked many major arteries A3 successful CAPE CANAVERAL Navy fired its new Polaris A3 mis sile the most powerful submarine weapon ever built on a successful flight of 2000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean It was the second success in four days for the A3 whose first six tests all had been marked by problems Names new aides Min ister John Diefenbaker patched up his resigna tionshattered caretaker Cabinet by giving veter ans affairs minister Gor don Churchill and minis ter without portfolio M Wallace McCutchebn the key defense and trade posts He appointed Mar cel Lambert as veterans affairs minister replac ing Churchill 21 suffocate DURBAN South Af rica Twentyone Afri can miners died of heat suffocation when the ele vator takingthem un derground went o u t of order at the 7000 foot level Stroessner an easy winner in Paraguay ASUNCION Paraguay Gen Alfredo Stroessner was as sured of a new fiveyear term as president Monday The 50 yearold artilleryman piled up leads as high as 81 in unoffi cial returns from Sundays elec tion The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY FEBRUARY 11 1963 10c a copy No 2 New Iraq government given US recognition FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The United states Monday formally recoglized the new government of fraq three days after it overhrew President Abdel Karim Kassem The State Department in anaouncing the swift US extended to the new regime best wishes for success and prosperity and expressed hope that traditional ties of friendship between the American and Iraqi people would be expanded and strengthened The State Department said the action was taken after the headed by Col Abdel Salam Aref pledged that it would honor international obligations of the previous government Roy M Melbourne U S charge DAffaires in Baghdad was instructed to confirm the Photofax POWELL AND HIS WIVES Rep Adam Clayton Powell who faces the in Stamford Conn in July 1945 At wrath of his House colleagues is shown left he greets his current wife Yvette here with two women to whom he has been married At right he and singer Hazel Scott obtain a marriage license in San Juan Puerto Rico last Septem ber after a much criticized junket in Europe Mason Cityan dies of crash injuries Thomas P Schmalowsky 25 116 Jefferson NW died Satur day night in a Charles City hospital of injuries received about an hour earlier in a one car crash west of Charles City Schmalowsky who was em ployed at the Oliver Corp plant in Charles City was on his way to Mason City when the car went off a curve about 2 miles from Charles City on Highway 18 and 218 The accident hap pened about pm Schmalowsky who was alone be celebrant Burial will be in the St Josephs section of Elm wood Cemetery Military rites will be conducted at the grave by the Veterans Memorial As sociation of Mason City Pallbearers selected are Gene Lee Ronald Behne Ray Sobolik and Larry McKay Ushers at the church will be Ted Klemas and Carl Lucas The Tabernacle Society Ro sary has been set for pm Editorials Page 4 Comics 6 North Iowa News 8 Clear Lake News Society News Sports 1314 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 New cold wave blankets Iowa The mercury skidded to around zero across Iowa early Monday as a new cold wave covered the state Lows ranged from zero at Ma son City to 11 above at Davenport The forecast for Tuesday calls for warmer temperatures but in his auto was thrown out andMondav and tne parish Rosary pinned by the car The death came the day after his 25th birthday He was born Feb 8 1938 at Cedar Rapids son of Mr and Mrs Carl Schmalowsky who now live at 503 21st SE The family came to Mason City in his infancy and he was a Mason Cityan 24 years Schmalowsky service four jat 8 pm Monday at the Patter married to was in Army years He was Michele Quibel May 22 1961 at Fontenet France Survivors include his widow and daughter Caroline 11 months Also surviving are the parents three brothers John son James Chapel Visitation will be until am Tuesday City F Schmalowsky Mason Jerald J Schmalowsky Madil son Wis and Stephen C Schmalowsky at home and his maternal grandmother Jeanelte McGuigan Madison Wis Requiem high Mass will be celebrated at 11 am Tuesday at St Josephs Catholic Church The Rev Paul J Maguire will SCHMALOWSKY Photo On the inside colder weather Wednesday is predicted for Found dead in fire clutching revolver DES MOINES UPI An elderly man was found dead on the floor of his firegutted home Monday clutching a small revolver in his hand The body of Harry Silver 81 was found by firemen after flames were extinguished Sev eral empty cartridges were found on the floor and one empty shell was in the weapon The cause of death was not immediately determined and an autopsy was ordered SAME Where is solon Powell deaf to criticism WASHINGTON AP When Adam Clayton Powell returns to Washington from sunny Puerto Rico he is liable to find the capi tal can be just as in winter For the Democratic chairman of the House Education and La bor Committee will have to face the wrath of his committee col leagues the scorn of a senator and the displeasure of the admin istration Powell 53 who is equally at home in the pulpit of the Negro Baptist church he heads in New York City the political clubs of Harlem and the plush night clubs of two continents has managed to outrage the sensibilities of an im pressive number of people in the past A combination of charm gall and pride has enabled him to act as if he couldnt even hear their angry cries Now that he has stirred up so many antagonists at once these traits may not be enough to keep out the rising din of criticism The soft voice of Sen John J Williams RDel rising from the Senate floor has spoken loudest calling Powell an authority on adult delinquency criticizing his trip abroad with two lady friends at government expense and questioning the propriety of several government financial transactions favorable to Powell The muttered comments of Ed ucation and Labor Committee members who feel he has now outdone himself in shirking re sponsibility could prove far more wounding to the prideful Powell Potentially most threatening ol all to his continued jaunty pro gress through the House is the still unspoken feeling of some members thatPowell is bringing all Congress into disrepute am must be curbed JS recognition in writing to he government A spokesman said Melbourne onferred with the rebel govern ment over the weekend Great Britain and severa Arab states have also accordec recognition to the Rebel regime Aref reputedly is antiCorn munist but is an avowed follow r of President Nasser of the United Arab Republic of which raq formerly was a member In Iraq meanwhile the battle etween Iraqi revolutionary troops and Communist holdouts died down and a West German Parliament member who flew 0 Beirut Lebanon said think the government is in firm control of the city I cant say anything abou he rest of the country said the legislator Rudolph Wer ner a passenger on a Middl East Airline plane Its diffi cult to get reports But gunfire in the street abated he said and the revolu i o n a r y councils soldier stopped the raids which the had staged Sunday on Red strongholds in the capital There was fighting in th major port of Basra Baghdad seemed to be quiet er Werner said But it wa a dead sort of quiet Shop and bazars in the middle o the city all seemed closed I the outskirts food stores wer open and life seemedto hav drifted back to The transitional preside exCol Abdul Salem Moham med Aref was quoted in telephone interview by th Cairo paper Al Ahram as say ing resistance has ended an stability now prevails in Bagh dad The new Regime Monda executed four retired arm officers Informed sources sa those executed had testifie against proNasser during trials in 1959 Kassem the 49yearold sol dier who led the revolt tha overthrew the monarchy 4V years ago was reported exe cuted Saturday Baghdad tele vision showed films of th dead Kassem His week latest troubles On Monday began lasi everythinj seemed fine Powell energetically opened an announced two weeks of hearings on President Kenne dys big education bill fulfilling a promise made to the ad ministration to get right to work on the important jneasure On Tuesday he disappeared There is no way of knowing I he had learned Williams was go ing to take the Senate floor that day However Powells favorite method of dealing with such prob lems has been to make himsel unavailable to the press At any rate he flew to his home in Puer to Rico where a spokesman said Sunday night he was just resting and talking to no one It may be that Powell deserted the hearings because he has lit tie sympathy for the administra tions decision to wrap 24 major education proposals into one su perbill with a price tag and dump it in his lap with orders to consider it as one Europe reaches the fork Old habits haunt it EDITORS NOTEln the long hadow cast by Charles de Gaulle t is the outlook for Europe nd its relations with the United tates William L Ryan has been seeking the answer to this ques ton in interviews with officials in ermany France Belgium and rrtain This is first in a series of rticles looking closely at ommon Market NATO the ideal f European what they an mean for Americans By WILLIAM L RYAN AP Special Correspondent LONDON a dozen ears Europe has tried to run way from her past but it pur ues her and haunts her Now she has reached an hour f decision One de Jaulle of pushed Free Europe to a fork in the high vay of world history She has two conflicting choices She can follow the road of every nation for itself or she cantry o surmount obstacles and contin ue pressing toward a distant goal of blending national selfinterest vith unity for the common wel FAIRandtfARMER measure his ab divided Whatever the reason sence caused the badly Icaderless committee to come apart at the seams nearly wreck ing the hearings and further dim inishing the already slim chances for the bill much to the adminis trations distress North Iowa Generally fai through Tuesday Colder eas Monday night lows zero to above Warmer Tuesday highs in 20s Iowa Generally fair throug Tuesday Lows Monday nigh near zero Warmer west an north Tuesday highs in 20s Further outlook Parti cloudy not much change m temperatures Wednesday Minnesota Partly through Tuesday warmer cloudy Highs Tuesday in 20s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 21 Minimum o Precipitation Trace of Snow Sunrise Sunset GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 19 Minimum 14 Iowa highway study body split on issues DES MOINES and rural members of the legislatures Highway Study Committee sharply divided on some issues have drafted a set of recommendations Sen Martin Wiley RCe dar Rapids committee chair man plans to submit the re port to Gov Harold Hughes this week However one committee member Highway Commis sioner Robert Keir made some of the recommendations public in a speech at Spen cer The necessary seven or more committeemcn agreed on these recommendations Give the Highway Patrol more than the 300 men now authorized Set up a state highway de partment with the chief engi neer in charge under the su pervision of the Highway Commission Legislative action declar ing county supervisors the source of policy but forbid ding them from assuming the duties of superintendent or foreman in road building or repair Raise the minimum fee for car licenses from to Increase the dealers license fee from to and for additional plates from to One minority report called for motor fuel present six Raising state taxes from the cents a gallon Pressing on with freeway construction rapidly as pos sible in cities of 50000 or more population Another minority report said High priority ought to be given removal of existing curbs on 18foot and 20foot primary roads and widening them to 24 feet The Iowa interstate system should be completed before work begins on freeways and freeways ought to be started only if the federal government puts up 90 per cent of the cost are Within these broad alternatives are many possibilities which Eu ope eyes with mixed feelings of hope dread and anger At stake are the future of Pres dent Kennedys concept of an Atlantic partnership of free na tions the outlook for the North Atlantic alliance the ideal of European union the fate of the ommon perhaps the whole course of the cold war Men who toiled patiently for years to launch the Common Mar ket viewed it as the predecessor of a Europe politically and eco nomically integrated It was an attempt to drag Eu rope away from old habits from he time when nations pursued only their own narrow interests and frequently acted like bicker ing harridans ready to make things difficult for one another at the drop of a stitch Men who opposed the whole unity include both highly vocal and highly influential figures in many themselves as vastly relieved by De Gaulles thumbsdown on Brit ish membership in the market They are relieved they say be cause they believe British success at the Brussels meeting of for eign ministers last month would have spelled US domination of Western Europe Six nations make up the Com mon Market France West Ger many Italy Belgium the Neth erlands and Luxembourg Their Brussels meeting was the begin ning of a complex Atlantic crisis When De Gaulle vetoed Britains entry he dealt a heavy blow to the morale of advocates of Euro pean unity They denounced his decision as monstrous as a dan ger to the whole Western world But the results of the explosion have not yet crystallized There is vast uncertainty in the West about the future The ques tion plaguing Europe and the United States What happens next The worst in the view of lead ers of the five nations which op posed France at Brussels will be that the Common Market will come apart its members flying into one orbit or another That would mean the resplinter ing of Europe Already there is a danger of slow paralysis in the Common Markets operations be cause the French action is delay ing or canceling decisionmaking meetings The five members who sided with Britain against De Gaulle can try to outflank French re sistance by pushing on in coop eration with the British at least oward the goal of political col laboration A framework and a forum for this exist in the Western Euro pean Union made up of the Com mon Market six and Britain Its original purpose was to stand watch over German rearmament France has no veto power in WEU She could not stop consul tation though she might try to obstruct it The five can stay together with France and try to persuade the French to ease their opposition o Britain This is being tried aut chances of De Gaulles chang ng his mind seem slim The five can content memselver with staying together with France in a sixnation community They could let Britain go her own way with the outer seven nations of European Free Trade Association This would split Eu rope into two separate trading areas A Common Market spokes man says it would confine the six to a small jail of inner Europe subject to eventual domination by   

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