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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 26, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Access plan recalled See story on page 2 HOME EDITION to burglars TIT A T PLAIN FIELD A tear gas bomb apparently chased burglars from the Farmers State Bank Mon day night while they were attempting to break open customer deposit boxes The bank was held up twice last vear in day light robberies About in coins from cash drawers was taken Monday night Two customer boxes were opened but it was not known immediately whether anything was taken VOL 103 FAIRandWARMER I Tokyo has Olympics 1 troubles ai Opposed by Communists By STUART GRIFFIN New York Herald Tribune News Service TOKYO The Tokyo 1964 Olympiad less than 20 months off has a unique obstacle to overcome It has been plagued by the scarcity of funds polit ical reprecussions from In donesias expulsion from the In ternational Olympic Committee problems of housing and stadium facilities including car parking Now it is opposed by Japans Communist party This countrys small shrill party hard up for issues and targets these prosperous days is attacking the Olympic Games which most Japanese whole heartedly and most enthusiastic ally support and anticipate Aka Hata Red official JCP journal headlines the con servative Ikeda government as a fundwasting bureaucracy squandering some S175 million of the peoples money It views the Olympiad as a threat to the peoples livelihood eniup to 8 a m Tuesday Bank officials said a tear gas bomb in the bank apparently was accidentally set off by the burglars who left their tools and an acetylene torch when they lied Entrance to the bank was gained through a basement door The main safe was not opened In January 1962 Ross Ray Carroll of Charles City robbed the bank of About a month later Ihomas Rasmussen of Mason City and Kenneth iruesdell of Waterloo escaped with All the bandits were captured shortly after the robberies The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 26 1963 lOr a copy No 39 North Iowa Fair and a little colder Tuesday night lows around 30 Fair and warmer Wednesday highs in the 50s Iowa Generally fair Tuesday night and Wednesday Lows Tuesday night in the 30s Warmer east and south Wed nesday highs 50s northeast to 60s elsewhere Further out and a little warm er Thursday Minnesota Mostly fair warm er Highs Wednesday around 60 GlobeGazette weather data riching vested interests alone and tags the effort a menace to plain folk prey to national ist sport in the hands of soul less moneylenders capitalistic financiers and monopolists The journal says the games are really a sinister pretext for an imperialistic military base build up and a forerun ner to strenuous American ef forts to form a NEATO North East Asia Treaty Organization which a remilitarized Japan as the spears tip The true pur pose of the games says Aka Hata is to strengthen US Japan joint reactionary forces and to engulf neutralist peace minded Japan in another Wall Streetfinanced global conflagra tion Party leaders speak more softly They say they are categorically opposed o Maximum Minimum Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 52 31 70 Yank loses his life in assault on Mf Everest KATMANDU Nepal AP A falling wall of ice has claimed a life in an American attempt to scale Mt Everest The bach victim John of Jackson E Breiten Wyo was buried by an enormous mass of ice at the foot of the 29028foot mountain the worlds highest He died on the treacherous iKhumbu glacier Saturday novel iist James Ramsey Ullman the a icgui italiy Oppose 0 0 vymiiuii uic staging the games in October grouPs spokesman said Tuesday 19G4 hut thpv aaroo fv Tne teams 19 other members and but they agree with Aka Hata in criticizing the Ikeda governments manipulating the explosive Olympic Village and The teams 19 other members and 40 Sherpa porters escaped injury Breitenbach 27 was working to improve a route pioneered Friday nim Recovery7 of the body was SAME DATE 1962 91 Village allU American military bases 1 Ce cascacieci down upon volved The JCP late in 1961 scored the government when announce ment was made that the Olympic Village would be erected on the razed site of Washington Height s the former downtown housing areas for US security forces The party saw the transfer of Amer ican forces 15 miles outside the city as an evil secret linkup in a base system ringing Tokyo to the ultimate detriment of the Japanese people Observers see the JCP move as an adroit ploy in the partys ccasless activity to compromise the USJapan security treaty somewhat of a dead horse to flog now for all its violent snort ings in June 1960 The govern ment calls its JCP strategy to revive the whole treaty as the time of the Tokyo gubernatorial election April 17 Japanese Communists insist the bases ringing Tokyo US Army and Air Force instal lations at Yokota F u c h u Jrumagawa and Tachikawa are being beefed up to keep Japan in semicolonial status to shame it before the worlds eyes JCP also claims that construc tion of new throughways mono rails and subways are not to straighten our Tokyos jigsaw traffic puzzle but to facilitate troop mobility to keep the work ing class busy to the point of exhaustion and to keep their minds off the antibase struggle Despite the expected success of the Olympics which most Japanese see as bringing good will to the nation along with many tourist dollars the Communists are opposing them primarily to keep the antibase issue alive BACKS ROCKY LOS ANGELES California Gov Goodwin 1 Knight says he will open a Rock efellerforPrcsident office here Wednesday FHOM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON A Congres sional committee investigating Key club action delayed Says bill is badly drawn DES MOINES I The Iowa House debated for more than two hours Tuesday a bill to license regulate and control key clubs It recessed until Wednesday morn ing without taking a vote Motions to send the bill back to the Safety and Law Enforce ment Committee and to shut off debate were defeated The bill would declare it unlaw ful for any person to keep or con sume liquor upon the premises of any club that has not been li censed by a city or town council or a county board of supervisors rT Rep William Denman DDes if the United States went tojtions on newsmen covering the Moines one of six sponsors of W1T US backed fight against Com the bill said the present key club L hc cxt Phasc Wl11 conic bc guerrillas in South Victjlaw makes no provision forkeep 1 infn m r P olCIeshmd in scssionsNam and mirt TUH made plans Tuesday to study expected to begin after Con official censorship operationsgress takes its Easter recess which would be put into effcctiThey also will deal with reside secrecy about miliing minors out of such clubs and does not permit licensing author taiy missile launchings In the last two weeks i committee headed by Rep John Moss DCalif looked into charges that the Kennedy ad ministration manages the news Monday they heard dis claimers from two of the gov the ities to regulate their operations or hours He said such clubs are breed ing places for crime and immoral ity Rep Paul Knowles RDaven Defy Hate America ban RIO DE JANEIRO Communist leaders defied a state government ban on their scheduled Hate America rally and said it would be held despite threats of mass arrests TFX probe Is delayed WASHINGTON Senators postponed to Wed nesday resumption of the TFX warplane contract in quiry which Secretary of Defense Robert S McNa mara says can produce only harm Chairman John McClellan DArk assured reporters there was no special significance in the delay Publishers accept offer NEW YORK Publishers accepted a contract proposal by Mayor Robert Wagner to end the cilvs longest newspaper walkout but striking photoen gravers asked more time to consider the settlement suggestion It was the second proposal made by Wag ner as a third party in the 109day blackout The printers accepted his settlement terms after first re jecting them Communist tricks expected WASHINGTON The US government made public a confidential survey of six Asian capitals in which 62 per cent of the individuals polled said mili tary aggression or subversion is likely from Commu nist China during the 1960s Unemployment protested LONDON A crowd of more than 2000 pro testing Britains mounting unemployment battled police at the entrance to Parliament ernments top spokesmen said the ml1 would treat a jsistant Secretary of Dcfenscsyrnptorn of thc Problem without Arthur Sylvester and at the root of thc ernmenfs top spokesmen As of Dcfei Arthur Sylvester and Secretary of State Robert Manbcm ning He said The problem tees check into the field of cen sorship policies Sylvester said the Defense Department had plans for armed forces censor ship and field censorship in case of war Manning was less def inite about what the State De partment had in mind Moss said he believed the basic problem was not news management but that of ac cess to information to facts is to our Both agreed to supplv mation from thc subcommitmorals line with our We are debating what to do ind As a result bcth Sylvester were closely quesjevcr put tioncd about directives which5611 saicj ordered the substance of an ofcnn l be settled until the we ficials conversations with a lore sensibe liquor wit newsman to be relayed to by the But with or public affairs office These rewitllout lifluor by the drink there CARRIED FROM PLANE Her bundled up Helen Klaben 21 Brooklyn N Y is carried from a rescue plane by Gordon Tool a Department of Transport meteorologist and Keith Jorgenson in charge of the air radio station at Wat son Lake Yukon Territory Miss Klaben and pilot Ralph Flores 42 San Bruno Calif spent 50 days in the wilds after their light plane crashed 7 weeks of hunger cold Pair tells of rescue in Yukon WHITEHORSE Yukon Territory ffl A Cal ifornia pilot and an undauntedBrooklyn coed felt their strength flowing back Tuesday in a Whitehorse hos pital after a sevenweek ordeal of hunger and cold in Knowles an advocate of liquor by the drink said the key club problem was created because the legislature recognized a gap be tween what we do and what we profess to believe is right He asked the House to pass a the subzero Canadian north liquor by thc drink bill Rep Lawrence Carstensen R Clinton They said faith in God brought them through after their plane crashed Feb 4 that limmrhv r Helen Klaben 21 and RalPh Flores 42 a father of six they survived on melted snow for the last six weeks porting practices were put into5 a operation during the Cuban sensbe regulation crisis The State Department since of Private clubs He said the bill is loosely drawn contains many defects and should snce has dropped them The Defenseibe sent back to the committee Department has not Sylvester or flirfler study He added that said that despite complaints gives selected organizations a pans y newsmen he knew of no lo go into lne quor business instance when the choose rule inhibited a reporter fromj To show you how silly this is the information he the organizations who could do getting wantcd heavily aearded Flores lost Miss Klaben quipped That was one good thing about the experience 1 used to be pleasingly plump Flores a pilot and electrician also is a Mormon lay preacher His faith set the example for me to follow all my life said Miss Klabcn Im starting my adulthood with full knowledge of what I nn ui COUKl 00 kw j nmtu jthis if they want toinclude thcfnavc to wasnt rescued until Subcommittee questioning also Boy Scouts of America the understood until I realized my centered around Sylvesters conScouts of America and the Camp fire Girls Carstensen said Tax break for aging discussed Irovcrsial remark last Decem ber that a government has an inherent right to lie to save it self when confronted with a nu clear disaster Manning when asked about this said a government official should rillicr tell the truth or DKS M01NES APt Persons keep his lip buttoned iovcr 65 be allowed a perj j Sylvester declined to backisonal exemption of in their j jdown on his remark He said itState taxes under a bill was a brutal answer to a hrutelore the Senate Tuesday jtal question but insisted that Tne measure passed 7913 by he was talking just about the Cujthc Iouse Monday also includes iban crisis and not overall persons in the exemptions iernment information policy which would be increased from the j Obviously there is no rightPrcsent 515 allowed nil taxpayers for a government to lie or for An estimated 12 per cent of the I any member of that government in Iowa are 65 or older jto lie he said But he insistedStatc tax officials estimated that that any D mghl reduce state income clccted and representing the lax collections by the right to take j whatever measures it thought necessary to save a nation from nuclear disaster He said he felt the govern ment has this right when faced with a nuclear holocaust and thai is what this government was facing in the Cuban Sylvester who like Manning spent two hours before the sub i committee characterized talk about news management as hog wash Both he and Man ning however agreed that the government faced a conflict of whnt information to release in times of great national peril Boon for Milady Kverly High School jrirls basketball team forms a chaperone Cheryl Mae Moeliej Fvtrlv jruard ot with basket to David Whade Linn Grove The Kv Hope Lutheran Church in lOverly for the wedding of the learn erly jrirls finished third in this state tournament On the inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News 57 Latest Markets 7 Sports 910 Comics 11 Farm Features 12 Clear Lake News U Society News 202122 NEW ORLEANS La Ti Injections may be used soon to erase facial wrinkles and creases a California physician says Injections of a solution of silicone fluid and fatty acids can make the face appear younger than it actually is Dr Harvey r Kncnn of Bev erly Hills Calif said Kagan reported the treat ment in a scientific paper prepared for cir nose and throat physicians who per form plastic surgery They are attending a weeklong meeting she nad a broken gangrenous right foot and a broken issue eft arm and was gaunt have sins and decided to make recom pense for them It was Ralphs Bible I read both the Old and New Testaments I know what I have to do what my work is what faith is faith in God Miss Klaben said she never lost hope but was puzzled why the Lord was keeping us so long Then she fold reporters she realized Ralph and I both need ed time to think over our lives During the terrifying weeks in the wilderness Miss Klaben said she longed for her mother Ida Klaben of Brooklyn more than anything or anyone else Her first act after arriving at the hospital Dr Nes ta James reported she and Flores were doing as well as can expected was to telephone home Dr James said Miss Klaben and Flores may leave for home as soon as they wish She said that the girls gangrene is not so severe as first feared but that she might lose one or two toes The two also are suffering from malnutrition and exposure j Experts said roaring fires and ithc fact they put on layer over layer of extra pairs of slacks for Miss protect them from the cold Flores who suffered a broken rib and frozen toes also tele phoned home when he got to the hospital He said his light plane was blown off course in a snowstorm and crashed on a heavily timbered mountain as he and Miss Klaben flow from Fairbanks Alaska to Seattle Wash Miss Klaben flew with Flores because it was only for the trip and its on a commer cial airliner her brother Ed ward said in Cincinnati Ohio Miss Klaben was finishing a fivemonth stht as n draftsman with the IS Bureau of Land Management RALPH FLORES An injection to erase wrinkles Kagan said the U S Food and Drug Administration is evaluating tests made with the injections Thc FDA must approve it before it can be made available for general use In addition to the cosmetic value thc process shows great promise for fining in arms and legs which have been deformed by polio the physician said The fluid was formulated years ago by a Japanese phy sician Kin Sakunu w ho claims to have performed successful therapy on persons in the jist five years an electrician on jlS Dcwiine early iing radar network had com ipleted his contract was fly ing home in hs private jpiane j Telling of the crash front bis hospital bed he said be was piaa Miini to step at Fort St John in northern British Columbia but jot lost in snow clouds 1 1 was checkin the radio i range looking for the beam   

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