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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Retraining program planned See story on page 18 Knottiest issues still face solons The newspaper that makes North lowans neighbors v MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 2 1963 I0c a copy No 19 Shiek is whipping up storm Opposition to Malayasia By DARIUS S JHA8VA1A New York Herald Tribune News Service UNITED NATIONS The proposed Malaysia Federation which is already the center of a political storm in the SouthEast Asian islands ringed by the South China Seas is up for still i more mauling in the coming months Facts on the federation are pected to be aired before the UN Decolonization Committee which recently resumed its de liberations and which will likely spend the first two weeks on procedural matters The anti federation case will be pre sented by none other than Sheik A M Azahari leftleaning lead er of the recent Brunei revolt who is expected to arrive here in March The Malaysia Federation which would tie into an anti Communist package the poten tiallyrich but so far loose ends of former British protectorates in SouthEast Asia is expected to come into existence in August It would incorporate in dependent Malaya Singapore Sarawak Brunei and North Borneo The latter three divided from the others by about 300 miles of water straddle the borders of Indonesian Borneo President Sukarno of Indonesia objects strongly to the Federation even going so far as to threaten to use force against Malaya the anchor state in the group The Indonesiabacked revolt in Brunei late last year will be a paramount factor in the UN discussions Brunei a tiny oilrich British protectorate in North Borneo has an area of only 2226 square miles and a population of only 85000 The present regime under Sultan Sir Omar Ali Saifuddin has accepted mem bership in the Federation de spite objections from the Brunei Peoples Party and its leader Sheik Azahari Sheik Aiahari a 34yearold goatced veterinary surgeon would prefer to the proposed federal ion a grouping of only the Borneo components Brunei Sarawak and North Borneo He refers to this grouping as the Unitary State of Kalimantan Utara and would align it with Indonesia rather than Britain Last December the sheik and a band of Imionesiah a c k c ri rebels staged a shortlived Phototax SOMETHING IN COMMON Evan gelist Billy Graham chats with Sister Maureen in Honolulus St Francis Hos pital where he is confined for medical tests Graham was hospitalized with an acute gastrointestinal infection only a few hours after being key speaker at the Governors Prayer Breakfast Sis ter Maureen is hospital administrator Revision of taxes is No 1 Initial test after recess DES MOINES AP Most of the knolliest problems confront ing the 1963 Iowa Legislature re main to be solved after the law makers return a week from Mon ay from their spring recess Money matters including tax evision and property tax relief iom large among the first issues ith which the legislators are ex ecled to come to grips after they turn The thinking is says Speaker ofj le House Robert Naden RWebj er City that tax revision and and means of f i n a n c i n g i udget increases will be given riority after the recess He said the question of legal zing liquor by the hot is ue that could produce an explo ive atmosphere in either or both take a back seat for few weeks House Majority Floor Leader ohn Mowry RMarshalKown who ays he thinks the first half of the ession has gone very well eyec vith disfavor however what he called an almost insurmountable number of privately sponsored jills which will be more than urdensome to handle after we come back He said many of these meas ures probably never will come up or consideration To expedite matters Speake Saden has appointed a 27mem xr Steering Committee headd by Rep Maurice Baringer ROel wein Its duty will be to rear range bills on Ihe House calenda to seetoit tbatimportant legisl tion doesnt get lost in the shuffle On the inside Editorials Page 4 Religious Features 67 Mason City News 89 Society News 1011 Clear Lake News 12 Sports1314 Comics 17 Business News 1819 North Iowa News 22 WILL EXTEND DRAFT WASHINGTON UPI The draft law scheduled to expire July 1 Saturday showed every sign of getting another four year extension by congress Closeup look planet Mars PULASKI Tenn AP Gianthoped the instrument package1 Robert Rigler R Ne Hampton Senate majority floo leader noted that the calendar i SONGWRITER BAGS LOOSE PAN THER Stuart Hamblen hill billy musician and songwriter looks at a black panther he killed with a single shot in semidarkness beneath a build ing in Thousand Oaks Calif The pan ther brought to the US from Thailand only three weeks ago anddescribed as Pliotofax extremely dangerous had been the ob ject of a big hunt after terrorizing the city for 36 hours At right is Ronnie Page a friend who held a light on the panther for Hamblen Hamblen says hes going to share reward mon ey with Page Cites new tactic in Cuban surveillance WASHINGTON Bar ry Goldwater RAriz said Sat urday he was informed the United States has suspended lowlevel reconnaissance flights over Cuba and is using special ear Goldwater an Air Force re serve major general said in an interview that he was told the lowlevel flights were discontinued Feb 9 three days after Secre tary of Defense Robert S Mc clcctromcJNamaras nationwide television the upper chamber contained listcn in 19 bills compared with 73 in Cuban terrllory House going into the recess He said he believes the Senate can get along without a Steering Committee but probably will have Philinmnp a sifting committee later on as truMi will the House A sifting commit tee takes all the bills off the cal endar and sends to the floor for consideration only those it feels are essential 5 Marines killed in MANILA US Ma rines were killed Saturday in a helicopter crash near the Subic Bay Naval Base the US Navy re fromreport on the Cuban military sit uation An informed government source said this was in error The source said lowaltitude flights were be ing carried out as the need arose for them and that the highlevel US reconnaissance flights were continuing Goldwater a of Sentate Armed Services Com by the Ways and tandem Walloons which carried a would record data that will help and Tax Revision committees is determine whether life as we the matter of property tax relief mi mission miles above the earth landed along a fence row 10 miles north of Pulaski Satur day Among other things scientists 4 The rig consists of a launch bal loon a main balloon and a gon dola linked together vertically The launch balloon 75 feet in di ameter when fully inflated is on and how to raise the money for it The Republican majority in the legislature is firmly committed to a plan for increasing state taxes enough to provide substantially more million to million a state aid to More Russians leave top and the main balloon 230 feet schools and agricultural land tax in diameter in the middle The credits and enable local govern gondola contains the telescope ments to get along with a lower and instruments It is 600 feel property tax levy j from the top of the launch balloon Mowry said the Ways and to the bottom of the gondola i Means and Tax Revision commit The tandem rig launched late HAVANA Some 2000 Russians left Havana Friday aboard a mediumsized Soviet liner informed sources said The vessel left just as another Soviet liner steamed into Havana Bay Envoy returns home GENEVA U S Arms Control and Disarma Friday from the National Scien tific Balloon Flight slat ion as part difficult problems in trying to draft a bill but hope to bring a measure to the floor soon after of the Stratoscope II project made a beautiful takeoff offime rcccss cials said They have considering Scientists on the g r o u n dihe said how real property stock shared the telescopic view ofjinventory and personal property They are relatively more vul nerable than the lowflying craft to the antiaircraft missiles the Russians have installed in Cuba one of which first missed but then reversed its course to home in and destroy a U2 during the Oc tober crisis The lowflying sorties are made at an altitude at which radar is not effective and are gone almost as soon as they arc seen Ameri can military leaders think the Russians are unable to cope with such flights In Feb 6 report to the na tion on Cuba McNamara said highaltitude surveillance of Cuba was continuing and that lowlevel reconnaissance aircraft were kept on a 24hour alert basis for use whenever required The effectiveness of US veillance in Cuba has been a sub ject of debate in Congress with naval base A spokesman said it the Navy and Air Force arejsome of the administrations crit ics contending that this country should have learned earlier than it did last year about the instal lation of offensive missiles in Cuba Congress attention has been focused on another Cuban prob lem with the report of Central Intelligence Agency Director John A McCone that from 1000 to 1500 Latin Americans went to Cuba last year for sabotage and guer rilla training and that more hava gone this year ported Two other Marines werenijuce said the electronic ear Foremost among the problemsseriously burned and one is missplanes are equipped with sensi rpA hv tho Wnvc nnH incr In n i i live devices able to register de The helicopter an H34C transtails of what is going on in Cuba port type crashed in the to the point of detecting a bales Mountains of western Luzon generator in operation Island about seven miles from the These planes operated by both was flying on a routine local opflown at moderately high altitudes eration at the time of the crash over international waters and do and apparently burned mot pass over Cuba itself Girls last words Mars over a closedcircuit tele vision hookup Photographs of Mars were not tax relief can be accomplished by a readjustment of the tax base The thinking is Mowry added planned Thc eye of thc telethat thc commiltecs will draft ment Ajrency director William C Foster has left jscopc has a visual ability equaljscvcral different proposals so that Geneva by plane for Washington Foster said Dear Qod help me please MINNEAPOLIS UPI A young parolee signed a confession Saturday in which he told how he joked and laughed with a pretty 15yearold baby sitter before stabbing her to death as she begged God for heip report was given to a House Foreign Affairs subcommit tee Feb 19 and a censored tran script was issued Friday McCone did not specify who was doing the trainingBut Richard R Russell DGn chairman of the Senate Armed Services Corn Ronald Lcroy Sleeves 19 said he killed the girl Mary mittee said he was C to the ability to distinguish beif one is unacceptable they can Louise Bell according to a L i revolt against thc sultan andj would return to the deadlocked Geneva talks British forces During the thick anv time my presence would help obtain a treaty ban of the fight Sheik Azahari fled I ping weapons tests to Manila under a passport issued to himself in the name of The Unitary State of Kali mantan The sheik then proclaimed that his was a government in exile However despite all objcci tions plans arc moving ahead lantas Berlin wall by opponents of the measure en for Malaysia forced by the Citys board of aldermen Last September Sheik Azahari appealed to the UX Decolonization Committee to in tervene and placed his name as a petitioner before the Com mittee to present his views against Malaysia Barriers torn ATLANTA Street barriers erected last De cember in an effort to prevent racial integration in residential aieas were torn down by the city on court orders The barriers were sometimes called At Wonfs new Congo policy WASHINGTON The United States wants the U N to coordinate an economic and military pro gram for the Congo to keep the cold war out of the two objects 30 inches offer another apart at a distance of JOOO Rep Elmer Vermeer RPclla miles Ways and Means Committee Earths atmosphere has chairman told House members hindered al previous studies they may receive pro tests from constituents during the recess against raising the slate personal income or sales tax le Mars Although he did not appear African country when U N troops leave then indications are that ho willj make a brief visit here inj March If and when that hap pens it is expected to stir xip a storm between the British and Indonesians UN sources said they were not sure plans Will stockpile tires bccause she threalcnod to break up his ro mance with her sister Patri cia 16 He told how he beat and plunged a knife into her 55 times while she pleaded Dear God please help me ivies or imposing new taxes She wouldnt die she jhe urged the members to bear inj wouldnt die Sleeves said North Iowa Considerable mind that the overall purpose He said he finally felt sorry cloudiness through not to increase taxes but to for her picked her up to take Liltle change in temperatures devise a way so thai Ihe burdenj her lo a hospital and she died Low Saturday in low 20s High at thc local lcvcl fal1 a11 on in his arms Sunday in thc upper 30s property Naden acknowledged that some The dead girl one of six children was found face down Iowa Considerable want to makc a in lhc snow jn a sccilKled through Sunday with no imago dcal wnCreby they would j wooded area near Minnehaha porlant temperature a 3 pcr ccnt salcs tax j Low Saturday night m thcjthc House vju pass a iquor by 20s High Sunday generally in the 50s Outlook for Monday Partlv cloudy and mild DETROIT The Ford Motor Co will begin stockpiling tires as a precaution against a possible rubber industry strike this spring It earlier started Azaharis a steel stockpile in face of new contract negotiations with that industry GlobeGazette Weather up to S am Saturday Maximum Minimum Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Data 02 the drink bill but added I hope that it doesnt come Falls Thursday She had gone to Ash Wednesday services only a few hours earlier that tliere are not more students being trained for sabotage and subversion by the Soviet in Cuba Friday night the Navy said one of its destroyers inspecting a Cu ban coastal freighter off Guantan amo tangled an anchor in tha freighters guywire jbracing a most j Earlier Cuba had charged that j the destroyer the Harold J Elli son took photograph for 45 i minutes and then deliberately rammed the Joven AnulLi i which Cuba said was carrying jfood from Santiago Chile to Baracoa on the Cuban coast RONALD STEEVES Sleeves a parolee from St Cloud reformatory where he about that liquor and taxes are was scntcnccd for auto theft said he had been dating Patricia 5jncc jast summer but he said thc girls parents had in tied together Indications are that the liquor structfd Patricia to stay away from him ibill to be brought vn in thcSen atc probablv wont be anv 0 the ui hcantl l alnla ontmicd natmg and Mary Jour now introduced in the two o lcl1 h houses but either a composite ofj l1 had to kl11 hcr nc confessed ithe four or an independent plan He said he had had several beers earlier in the evening i H Clll I I IVH IVH I IV V v 11 i I V I i 1 I 11 w fc LI L X t V II h I I V 22 drawn by a Senate committee and Ural they helped mo muster courage 1942 54   

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