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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 22, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Dairy control bill See story on page 2 Gefs his dies in HI n chair Germans invading Ireland Influx of investments By JOHN P GALE DUBLIN Ireland AP President steps into hassle Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 8 to 12 degrees above normal Saturday through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are from 45 to 52 and normal lows from 27 to 33 degrees Temperatures will remain mild with only minor daytoday changes Little or no precipitation is indicated North Iowa Generally fair and warmer through Saturday Lows Friday night in low 30s Highs Saturday 5562 Iowa Generally fair and warm er Friday night lows in the 30s Saturday generally fair warmer east and south highs 6065 Further ly cloudy and mild Sunday OSSINING NY UPI Frederick Charles Wood cracked a joke then got his wish Thurs day night by dying in the elecMinnesota Mostly fair warmer trie chair at Sing Sing Prison j Highs Saturday in 50s A moment before he was strapped in the chair the 51 yearold admitted killer of five persons told the 12 official wit nesses I have a speech to make This is an educational project You are about to witness the damaging effect electricity will do to wood Enjoy yourself Then clad in green trousers and a white shirt he sat down Four minutes later he was pro nounced dead LX uciduu ivuaia Norman Dorsen an attorney ODea 26 from an old Irish farmffom tne American Civil Liber ing family is a tiny and satisfiedities Union tried des participant of a German to override Woods to die and win the con demned murderer a stay of ex participant of a German eco nomic invasion rolling across her homeland ecution data GlobeGazette weather up to 8 a m Friday Maximum 39 Minimum 23 Sunrise Sunset At 8 a m og YEAR AGO Expects a fair verdict Pentagon to wait turn TFX airpl tract The newspaper that makes all North Icwans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 22 1963 10c a copy Maximum Minimum 38 12 Iowa Citys fire loss Miss ODea works for a German factory in the sprawling industrial D o r s e n went to the US hinterland springing up Court but his request Shannon Airporti She starts a stay was rejected by 8 arnm a brightly ht aircondjustices in a row John M tioned factory block takes orders Harlan William J Brennan I One from German bosses and earns a week Im at least 3 D uer ou tnan in my last job as a waitress she says IjWood said he would rather WASHINGTON kind words for both sides President I Kennedy has stepped in between j senators and defense officials bat jtling over the TFX warplane I probe i In so many words Thursday he jtoid the Pentagon to wait in a neutral corner for the investiga tions outcome which he said would prove that Secretary of De fense Robert S McNamara was right in awarding the big contract to General Dynamics Corp I see nothing wrong with Con gress looking at these matters the President told his news con ference My judgment is that the rrrv TT t decision reached by Secretary Mc T K 7 G bfned Namara was the right one sound building m dovvnone and fair and objective City Friday Damage hearing win bring lhat t estimated at more than And he added later I assume Dolzaljthat the McClellan committee on No M fireman Donald William 0 Douglas and Earllwas injured jwhich I once served will render Warren i The fire was discovered in thea fair judgment Because under his sentenceBremer Clothing Store building Chairman John L McClellan there was no chance for parole Tne oaze started hailed Kennedys words i i r Stay m Irelandthan remain in prison or anjcontained several offices Until this job came along I asylum for the rest of made up my mind to emigrate his life He already had spent probably to America There wasjm0re than 32 years in jails or not enough work for me on themental hospitals rear of the second floor which as fair and nice farm Other Irish people view the Ger man invasion less blissfully German land investments have sent values rocketing in some areas good farms of 200 acres now cost more than twice the naj tional average of to an acre German demand has also pushed the prices of some resi dential holdings in County Cork to about 10 times their previous per acre Germans bid this month for about worth of property in County Donegal Much of it is farmland Dublins Junior Chamber of Commerce warned of a danger that the small Irish farmer would be swept aside in the land rush by overseas investors So far the Irish government has stood off demands to curb the rale of investment It is in fact trying to attract more industrial ists settling them in factories and paying state grants up to two thirds of the total capital cost of building site development and machinery There are benefits ranging from interestfree 7year loans to a 10 year tax holiday on the profits of all new export industries At Shan non the tax holiday lasts until 1984 and raw materials enter the airport free of duty Twentyfour German industries have settled in the republic since 1959 attracted by these favorable terms and also the availability off a large lowcost labor pool Ger man industries are turning out on Irish soil such diverse products as ballpoint pens carpets cranes grain driers wallets fork lift trucks and mouth organs Nuala ODeas boss is Anton Dahmen from Aachen He is works manager of a factory at Shannon that turns out fine wire gauze for television screens auto carburetors and pharmaceutical purposes Dahmen said he had made a point of trying not to bear down too hard on his work force They are more easily led than driven Once they wanted a long er tea break They got it They wanted new stuff for the canteen The subcommittee is investigat ing whether influence was a fac KISSING BAN stor in the Pentagons award of Z E R M A T T Switzerlandthe contract for the authorities called mental tactical Gen Wood despite his personal obfor a ban on kissing and danceral jeclions had received threeUng Friday stays of execution since being combat a sentenced to death in Decem ber 1961 which already has struck 100 persons Volcano toll rises DENPASAR Bali The deluge of lava from sacred Agung volcano was reported to have stopped after five days of eruption The governor of Bali said at least 1100 islanders have perished Hughes gets his DES MOINES The Iowa Senate passed the first appropriations measures of the session includ ing one to reimburse Gov Harold Hughes S405 for expenses of a band that played at his inaugural ball Most of the money measures were of a minor nature and not a dissenting vote was cast on any of them Dynamics of Fort Worth as the best way tojTex over a lower rival bid by typhoid epidemic i the Boeing Co of Seattle Wash The contract covers the start of work on the plane an allpurpose fighterbomber to be used by both Air Force and Navy Eventually 1700 of the planes will be built at an esti mated cost of billion Kennedys statement was oil on troubled waters but only time would tell if he calmed them Before he spoke to newsmen these developments had added to the storm The Defense Department leaked to newsmen a memorandum pro testing that the investigators had subjected Air Force employees to oral abuse and pressure tactics smacking of gestapo tactics Jerome Adlerman subcommit harass one of his aides who Secretary of Defense Roswell lerman said had uncovered L Gilpatric then from McNa Bayar given freedom ISTANBUL Turkey Former President Celal Bayar 80 who was imprisoned for life for violating the Turkish constitution has been released because of his ill health in the black WASHINGTON Secretary of Defense Rob ert McNamara has estimated his financial worth at Sl2v8200 mostly in common stocks and bonds 66th Yank killed SAIGON South Viet 66th American fatality in the South Viet Nam war since late 1961 has been reported He was a U S Army enlisted man who was killed in the crash of an Army transport helicopter tee counsel fired back that the charge was false and designed to ASLEEP ON JOB Nineweekold Jerry Adam Freeman has his Social Security card to prove hes earning money but he finds it hard to stay awake on the job He was sixweeksold Photofax when he got the card after his parents Mr and Mrs Jerry Freeman Mont gomery Ala opened a savings account in his name a resolution ordering him to cease and desist Hot words flew in the hearing room Ksclf as the subcommittee received testimony first from Dep enormous errors in figures the Defense Department used to justi fy its award of the contract The Senate itself got into a boiling debate over the Air Force j memorandum with McClellan re jecting its charges and caustically declaring he would call off the mara himself Aside from the rows the inves tigation has centered on the ques tion of why General Dynamics won the contract Testimony has been introduced that military boards had picked the Boeing proposals promising UU1U Utill UI t J pi hearings if the Senate would pass tne and better plane but IT Criticism by Rigler DES MOINES Senate majority leader RobeYt R Rigler criticized Gov Harold Hughes for critical remarks he made about the legislature tieintr up im portant bills Rigler called the statements rash and paid he felt the General Assembly is the hardest kettles and so on Theyj working assembly in a good many years got that too The big advantages of manuj facturing here are the plentiful staff and our location We are much nearer o our markets in the slates and in England Wei can meet an order from the US In three days if the stuff is in stock were overruled by the civilian sec iretaries Northwood studies franchise snarl j In his statement McNamara said the General Dynamic plans I would use more of the same com jponcnts for both Air Force and Navy versions of the TFX thus saving more money The Pentagon leaked the critical Air Force memorandum as Gil patric was striving to calm sub jcommittee anger over an anony mous Pentagon spokesmans jweekend statement to newsmen charging that Sen Henry M Jack son DWash and McClellan had maneuvered the department into an unfavorable position in the NORTHWOOD Mayor B H Osten and the City Coun cil met Friday in an attempt to untangle a complicated situation which resulted from a special franchise election here Wednesday Nobody is sure just what the next moves will be Voters Wednesday approved a 25year renewal of a nat ural gas franchise 25S252 They defeated a similar franchise for electricity by a vote of 271276 Opposition to the franchises for gas and electricity asked by Interstate Power Corn s headed by Philip Northwood attorney Two days before the special election voters received let tcrs from Norland urging the proposal be defeated j Although he has no al Gilpitnc acknowledged he was tcrnativc plan to offer Nor one of the anonymous spokesmen land objects to some of the who had talked to about 14 newsj policy decisions made pos ROSWELL G1LPATRIC iinen but he denied making the statements reported by the news mcn He insisted he has been un jable to learn who had made them sible by the franchise He feels for instance the com panys right to deny exten sion of service could be a hindrance to industrial ex pansion here Norland who also is Worth County attorney pointed out he is acting simply as a private citizen in this ef fort He said the discrepancy in the number of votes register ed in the separate gas and electric issues was because the electric franchise was at the top of the ballot and some voters thought marking the first one took care of both Leslie G Hawkins Mason City district manager of In terstate Power said this is the first time in his knowl edge a town has approved a franchise for one utility and not the other Hawkins said until after the canvass of votes no steps will be taken to remedy the situation We do not intend to leave the town high and dry with out service A solution will be worked out Hawkins stated Puts OK on Iowa park bill But test is likely DES MOINES UPI The socalled Little Old Lady bill which would permit condemna ion of property for water recreation projects was ruled constitutional Friday by Atty Gen Evan L Hultman In response to an inquiry from Sen A V Doran RBoone who bitterly opposed the bill when it passed the Senate 3317 Feb 20 Hultman said the measure was in compliance with the Constitution The attorney general added however that if the measure becomes law and its provisions are exercised there would prob ably be a court test filed The bill would extend the right of eminent tion of private cor porations which with approval of the conservation commission and natural resources council undertake development of water recreation projects The measure provides Lhat at least onefourth of the shore area of any privately de veloped project would have to be turned over to the conserva tion commission for public use Hultman said at least all of the land taken by condemnation for a project and the entire wa ter area involved would have to he opened to the public The attorney general also said that the 25 per cent shoreline requirement in the bill met the legal qualifications to permit condemnation Doran had attacked the bill as cruel and oppressive and con tended it was fostered by self ish interests The Little Old Lady title given the bill came from Dor ans frequent references to such a person Mrs William Morri son whom Doran represented in legal affairs He said Mrs Morrison had re fused to sell her property along the Raccoon River to a private group in the Guthrie CenterPa nora area which was planning a S5 million recreation project On the inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News g9 North Iowa News 10 Sports 1112 Comics 14 Clear Lake News 17 J AGU1NALDO IS 94 MANILA Emilio A uinaldo who led Filipino insur rectionists against Spain and the United States celebrated his 94th birthdav Fridav SAME DATE 1962 86 SrvfflT FiirurrO BUck Flap Means Traffic U Fiji it ilourt Demos concerned by wave of top drawer booboos BY ROWLAND EVANS JR flip CTIirltv onmnc YYrtm nt nKKA 41 By ROWLAND EVANS JR New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON The sur prising number of recent bob bles and booboos in the Ken nedy administration is caus ing resentment and concern among Democratic politicians in Congress and elsewhere The quickening pulse among the politicians is a result not of any single mistake or mis calculation Rather it results from the fact that there have been so many in so short a time In every case but one the guilty parfy comes from the egghead not the political branch of the New Frontier The exception of course is Att Gen Robert F Kennedy whose interview with the press several weeks ago on the Bay of Pigs fiasco breathed new life into the political debate over Cuba The debate over Cuba has now quieted down but the ad ministration seems to have become infected with a devas tating variety of footinmouth disease as follows 1 Arthur Sylvester assist ant Secretary of Defense in charge of public relations publicly questioned the ability of a blueribbon senate com mittee headed by a bluerib bon chairman Sen John Me Clelian DArk io reach a judicious decision in the bat tle over the TFX contract He exposed Sen Henry Jackson to public humiliation by hinting that the investiga tion of the contract award to General Dynamics was a pure ly political exercise to give him leverage back home The Politicians here apparently agree that this was in fnct Sen Jacksonsmotivation bul they cannot comprehend why a high official would feel it his duty to say so out loud 2 Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara whose power as defense boss is both respected and resented in Con gross accused the same com mittee of having needlessly undermined public con fidence in the integrity of the highest defense officials Ken nedy Democrats in Congress say McNamara has gravely compounded their job in im proving his relations with Con gress 3 The State Department in an apparent piny o take the heat off the US ambassador to Brazil Lincoln Gordon ac cepted the responsibility for a statement impugning the gov ernment of Brazil The state ment which Congress knows never should have been re leased in the first place charged the Brazilian govern ment with harboring Com munists in high offical posi tions It is commonly believed here that Ambassidor Gor don was at least as much at fault in this unfortunate bobble as was the department But leaving that aside the politi cians wonder how on earth the accusation could over have been cleared for release 4 CIA Director John Mc Cone and Secretary of State Dean Rusk have laid out the red carpet for the Administra tions chief Cuba critic Son Kenneth B Keating RNY Congressional Democrats who have taken on the job of de fending the administrations Cuba policy have been un able to understand why 5 The boohoo involving Can ada several works ago paved the way for the fall of the Diofctibakor government It was a perfectly explainable error and all alone might have blown over quickly But along with these other errors of judgment as the Demo cratic politicians call Canada uas one more heavy political burden for the Con gressional Democrats What is most surprising about all this is the trations bright reputation as a master of public relations and imagemaking The score board as road by the Demo crats on Capitol Hill is a se nos of small goosecess none so big alone as to lose the game but taken together enough to cause serious con cern   

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