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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             How submarines dive See story page 2 Easter joys replace sorrow owa Clear to partly cloudy Return debris in sub disaster through Sunday Warmer FROM OUR WIRE SKRVICES Sunday Low Saturday night 35 to 40 east to lower 40s west He is Risen up Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 31 34 19 JERUSALEM Jordan Iff Thousands of Christians have flocked to the Holy Land for Eastertide to share in the ritu als marking the crucifixion burial and resurrection of Christ Eastern and Western churches held four separate burial services on Good Fri day Sunday the pageantry of worship turns to the joys of Easter Pilgrims knelt beneath flick ering candles at Calvary on Good Friday night as priests lifted an effigy of Christs body from the cross and buried it in Jerusalems an cient Church of the Holy Sep most Christians the exact site of Christs cruci fixion Pilgrims from many lands bowed in the dark vaults of the church crumbling with age and resounding with chants of hymns They watched robed and bearded Catholic priests withdraw nails from the cross on Calvary Officials said about 15000 Christians were in the Holy Land for Eastertide I and said they were used to PORTSMOUTH N H A handle contaminated mate Navy court of investigation tbat is materials in con j tact with radioactive sub GlobeGazette Weather examined the first smallte and were f the t to 8 am Saturday of frm Uie sunkenjused in the nuclear reactor sec 49 submarine Thresher pieces of tion Qf submarines cork and plastic foam a jar of diesel oil two gloves and aj The gloves were of two sizes tube of icing used by the subs larger one an orangej cook for decorating cakes colored paintsmeared right The sodden articles and bits hand glove was rubber the of wreckage were placed on asmaller was colored pale yellow piece of white cardboard on awas for the left hand and was table in the machine shop of themade of a rubberplastic corn Portsmouth naval shipyard pound called neoprene i Vice Adm Bernard L Austinj The smallest of the articles president of the naval war colwas a blue tlastic tube about anl lege and president of the ininch lonS containing bakersj vestigating board led otherflavoring for use in decorating cakes The othcr items were Services set for men lost aboard Thresher PORTSMOUTH NH UPD members of the board into lhei Memorial services for the 129 newsmen crowded around Imen lost aboard the nuclear table submarine Thresher will be held jat the Portsmouth Naval Ship machine shop The officers andifive lass Jars of various sizes tnej The jars contained seawater iyard Squalus Memorial Monday iat pm congealed oil and tiny shreds of rubber cork and a material It looks like material used called foaminplace plastic in the construction of our subThe oil was from an oil slick at marine Austin said of thejthe scene officials said while The memorial is located on plastic A scientific the other material was scooped little grass plot on the conning analysis will be made here to up in approximately the same tower of the submarine determine if this is so Twentysix men died when shej Austin pointed to the two sank May 23 1939 off the New I weather beaten gloves tlie England Coast area The co ising another admiral and lhree captains flcw The newspaper that all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE 1 largest articles in the group Q Ujc shipyard eavlier in the ay from New London Conn It vas at Portsmouth that Thresh r underwent repairs prior to Jg icr final voyage Court members will tour the hipyard before moving back to new London presumably to talk o workmen involved in over lauling Die Thresher prior to icr illfated departure Sunday Search for VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 13 1963 10c a copy No 55 British searching for leak of nuclear survival secrets LONDON UPI Scotland Yard and the British Secret Service joined forces Saturday to trace the source of a crude pamphlet giving antinuclear demonstrators accurate defense information classified as secret The pamphlet distributed by a hitherto unknown organiza tion called Spies for Peace revealed the underground loca tions of a dozen special area administrative centers from which the government would be run in case of nuclear attack Detectives and members of MI5 Britains counterespionage service questioned ban the bomb advocates marching in the annual AldermastontoHyde Park trek Friday night No ar rests were made Much of the detail is true a government official said This information is officiallyjpamphlet was handed out to classified as secret and must members of the Campaign for lave been stolen or lost The statement dealt another jlow to the reputation of British curity staggered by disclos ures of at least three known spies or spy rings in the past wo years The eight page stenciled submarine continues WASHINGTON AP Dark weather and gale winds swept farther out to sea Saturday clear ing the skies over a dozen ships probing for the deep grave of the submarine Thresher Special echo sounding gear in the hands of oceanographers will map the bottom of the Atlantic in the effort to find the what is left of that it can be scanned by underwater televi march route Officials said thission and the bathyscaphe Trieste Campais Nuclear Disarmament CDN and committee of 100 as they started thier march Ten thou sand of them plodded toward London from the atomic wea pons research center at Alder maston information was an obvious in vitation for the marchers to1 visit the center names of men who would be in charge of the posts mostly high ranking officials designated to help run a govern ment in the event of war SAME DATE 1962 102 Leaders of both groups deniedj names telephone num apy knowledge about the pamphbers and a roombyroom floor i let and said they were embarjpian of one of the hideouts There is no hope for the 129 icn who rode the nuclear sub larinc a mile and a half down into the ocean trough All that can be salvaged now are the hows and whys of the Navys worst submarine explana lion that could save the lives o other submariners And while the search goes on navy has announced it intend rassed by it There was nothing on the document to indicate aj connection with either the CDN or the committee The government told editors not to publish details contained in the pamphlet but all news papers printed general descrip tions The information included And they sold among f who shall roll us away fhe stone from the door of the sepulchre And when they looked they saw that the stone was rolled away for it was very great Mark 16 34 The revelation that Jesus had risen thai first Easter Sunday morning was more than Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of James and Salome could comprehend at first they trembled and were amazed Jesus had risen just as he had prophesied H waslhe glorious climax that has given the Christian Church its full meaning The truth of that meaningis beautifully expressed in the words of Victor Hugo tomb is not blind alley it is a thoroughfare It closes on the twilight it opens on the dawn Lost found charity Truck driver blessed helps child patients location of at least onejone of spies It was believed at least 4000 pamphlets were printed Some were sent to members of par liamcnt and to newspapers in Britain and abroad The govern ment ordered everybody who re ceived a copy to turn it in The document hinted that a government worker assigned to ito go ahead with construction ofi the centers gave their information the Clear skies for Easter By The Associated Press Mild weather with clear slues was prevalent Saturday as the nation celebrated the Easter veckcnd Most of the country basked in abundant sunshine with the temperature moving into the 60s and 70s in some areas But scattered showers and occasional rain fell through the Pacific Northwest inland into the northern Plateau and southward across northern California Some showers dampened the Ohio Valley But rainfall was the exception as fair skies warming temperatures and in general mild weather j prevailed 22 more attack submarines like tlie Thresher But said Secretary of the Navy Fred Korth the Bureau of Ships s making a new study of the en ire structural design This study he told newsmen Friday night is beside and in addition to the general investiga tion being conducted by the Naval court of inquiry The court of inquirys hearings will include a probe into the struc tural integrity of the Thresher aft er her overhaul in the Portsmouth NH Navy Yard Tells chances of liquor bill in Iowa legislature SIOUX CITY UPH Rep Leonard Andersen RSioux City By LESLIE ATOR CHICAGO newspaper truck driver looked forward happily Saturday to an Eas ter Sunday party with young sters in a be cause he got lost 25 years ago The driver Eddie Shields 52 said I get a big kick out of it because I can count my blessings And the kids get a big charge out of it The Easter party began be cause Shields got lost on lus route 25 years ago in the citys Jackson Park Search ing for a road out Shields came upon the sanitarium La Rabida I saw the hospital and went in and a nurse showed me around It was then that I got the idea for running the parties he said Shields said some 90 young cardiac patients and othcr children at the sanitarium will be treated to nine dozen brightly colored eggs two cakes one rabbitshaped coloring books crayons can dy comic books and apples Shields cheerful face has become familiar to La Rabida staff members through the years He also gives parties at Christmas St Valentines Day and Halloween Another spare time activity is doing a comedy act for so cial groups Shields turns the money he collects for this over to the private sanitar ium for the wing he hopes to have built When some people die they leave money Shields said When I die all Ill leave are lots of debts So I want to raise the funds this year The addition will have my name on it and then my kids can say Hes not a big shot but here ha does something like this Soviet Union launches Cosmos XIV satellite MOSCOW API The Soviet It carries equipment to continue Union launched another artificial space studies in accordance wilh Navv disclosed Friday predicted Friday night that tliej the death of an Iowa Ma rine pilot shoe bantam jet bomber crashed at sea off the Virginia coast House would pass a liquorby thedrink bill However the Northwest Iowa legislator said it would not be the bill which was approved by the Senate Thursday Andersen home for the Eas ter recess said many House members want implied consent provisions tacked on the liquor identified as 1st Lt Rob FROM OUK WIUE SERVICES lowan dies T T earth satellite Cosmos XIV Sata program announced March 16 MUKKJLK jurday Tass the Soviet News1962 Tass said H added that all agency announced equipment aboard is functioning normally and information being received is being processed at a coordinating computing center Tass said the Sputnik is orbiting the earth every 921 minutes and Thursday practicing night while radar c o n trolled landings aboard the aircraft carrier For rest al The pilot was Lie detector tests conductee in Sioux City ert E Miller 26 son of Mr and Mrs Vernie G Miller of Vincent bill as well as other j The Sioux City Republican who lias been tabbed as a said he would vote for a with reasonable enforce ment provisions j Chances for passage of aj liquor bill in the usually dry Internationai C o n tVo 1 house Andersen said proposal would pass by getting less than SIOUX CITY UPI Lie60 volcs detector tests were given Raymond Nakai Inspection VIENTIANE The day to a number of workers at the Goodwill Industries here in an effort to locate a suspected arsonist I Tests for other workers at thcj industries most of them handi capped persons were scheduled for Monday The names of those who Xakai becomes chair asked to take tests were not man of all the Navajos Saturday chairman of nations Navajos WINDOW ROCK Ariz AP Commission sent inspec tion teams to three areas Saturday to investigate charges of foreign inter vention in this land locked jungle kingdom Deep sorrow VATICAN CITY Pope John XXIII has sent a cable to President K e n n e d y expressing MISSED Ic David W Spcnce tells re that its distance from the earth ranges from 164 miles to 313 miles The satellites radio is transmit ting on 2000t megacycles In ad dition Tass said it has a radio system that can calculate precise measurements of the orbit The most recent previous un manned earth satellite in this se ines Cosmos XIII was launched i March 21 The Cosmos series began last spring when the Soviet Union an nounced a program to gather sci porters in New London Conn entitle facts concerning spacs that he knew most of the crew of the lost nuclear submarine Thresher Spcnce of Lans ford Pa was a member of the Threshers crew till he j transferred to the Patrick Henrv last Jamiarv i EVERYTHING IttT THE KITCHEN SINK This Bali woman and her chil dren carrying food belongings and furniture on their heads look for by officials I His platform in an eightyear deep sOrrou over the Thc arson investigation wascampnign was development of the oss of nuclear launched Wednesday after a individual Navajo and he repcat ismall fire was discovered in the cd that pledge in the inaugura Goodwill Industries building the lion ceremonies a place to eat in Denpasar 1 hey are blaze in the structure with Only he who makes his people refugees from the area near Balis vol in a week Fire officials said strong is strong Nakai said Deadline near for tax returns The data such as radiation in formation is intended to be useful in pkinrini nxurcd srace flights Air Force missile up marine Thresher The Popes message sent through Msjrr Egidio the apostolic cano Agung which erupted violently the Wednesday blaze was only lie who rules free men delegate to the United last month killing some 1500 persons initely arson great 1 States The crucial cruel for taxpayers is Taxpayers have until mid night Monday to file federal income tax returns The Inter nal Revenue Service issued the reminder Saturday in Washington D C j YAXDKNBKRG BASK AIR FORCE Calit TiUui in tefcoiuineiitil piissio roared sky from this West Coast rvs ie biso early Soturxiay The Air Force describes it as routine training launch Further details were not given   

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