Mason City Globe Gazette, April 26, 1963

Mason City Globe Gazette

April 26, 1963

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 26, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Legislators have their fun See story on page 3 Its all Bens fault The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 26 1963 IOC copy No 66 BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Some 1133 million Ameri cans wilt lose an hour Sun day all because of Ben Franklin As ambassador to France 200 years ago thrifty Ben woke unusually early one morning and found daylight streaming in his window Most of the citizens of the city still slept Frugal Ben worried about the wasted daylight and conceived the plan to con serve it by advancing clocks gne hour Italy and the Polaris Take dead from mine Retirement for Nikita Iowa Fiveday Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees above normal Friday night through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are from the lower 60s in the northeast to the up per 60s in the southwest Nor mal lows are from around 40 in the extreme northwest to the middle 40s in the south Rainfall generally will aver age less than 25 of an inch but locally up to 75 of an inch in scattered showers this weekend and again about Tuesday North Iowa Variable cloudiness with isolated light showers likely and slightly warmer Friday night lows 4552 Sat urday mostly cloudy scat tered light showers by after noon highs 6774 Iowa Considerable cloudiness and a little warmer through Saturday Scattered 1 i g h showers west and north Fri day night or Saturday Lows Friday night 4555 Highs Sat urday in low 70s Further out decreasing anc a little cooler Sunday We need bases for our subs By MARTY RICKARD GlobeGazette Wire Editor The Italian elections Sunday and Monday will have an inter ested audience in the United States Western political observers will focus on Italy where Prem ier Amintore Fanfanis favored Christian Democrats oppose the Communists Another party the Socialists will also be in contention but political experts give them lit tle notice They have been alsorans in past contests Fanfani has in the past been forced to court leftwing minor ity parties to keep his power He has however given no quar ter to the Communists That is a brief wrapup on the Italian scene The interest of the United States is twofold First America is always con cerned when the flag of a free government is in jeopardy Thesecond point of interest concerns future bases for our Polaris toting nuclear subma rines now on patrol inthe Medi terranean The Polaris subs replaced Jupiter missiles stationed at NATO bases in Turkey and Italy There were 30 Jupiters poised for firing from Italian soil when the decision was made to disband the bases in favor of the Polaris The Mediterranean offers a vast area where our subs can cover vital targets in Russia and be almost impercetible to enemy weapons This is the big advantage of the Polaris over the obsolete fixedsite Jupiters which presented an easy target The one big problem is lack of bases of proximity Current ly the subs are based in Holy Lock Scotland and the United States If war started these auto raccd off bases would prove far too dis tant and would greatly impair the effectiveness of the Polaris sub Minnesota Partly cloudy north considerable cloudiness with occasional showers and thun derstorms south Saturday highs 6272 GlobeGazette weather data u to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 66 41 07 86 51 Fear all 22 dead in blast FROM OUtt WIRE SERVICES MOSCOW f AP Khrushchev admits he is aging j like any mortal and wont head the Soviet Communist party and government forever But foreign opinion here was split Friday overj whether the 69yearold leader brought the matter up in public because he plans to give up either post soon I am already 69 and I havej the right to say so Khrushchev told a meeting of industry and construction workers Everyone understands that I cannot hold for all time the position I now have in the party and the state The threehour speech made on Wednesday was published in full Friday in all Moscow newspa pers Khrushchev made no mention of GOP Hughes in rift Over interim appointments DES M01NES open break between Gov Harold Hughes and Republican legislative either post But his releaders appeared in the making off f amnno quitting marks set off a dispute amongFriday over Hughes impending Western observers m Moscow veto Of the GOPsponsored inter whether he might announce such m appointment bill plans at a meeting of the party Word reached lhe executive of DOLA W Va Fourteen matters central committee called for May 28 It has been announced that the committee will discuss ideological soft coal miners were found dead Friday deep inside the explosiontorn Clinchfied Coal Companys No 2 mine and hope dwindled fast for eight men still missing Announcement of the finding of the first victims of the Thursdays Khrushchev holds two official posts chairman of the council of ministers or premier and first secretary of the Soviet Communist party Seme observers are convinced Khrushchev is determined to hold fice that the Republicans not only intended to pass the bill over a veto but to tack on an amendment so that Hughes could not put in office any rejected appointees aft er the 1963 legislature adjourns The measure removed the pow er of Iowa governors to give inter Jim appointments to any nominees who had been refused confirma explosion was made by mine Supt both jobs until he dies Others Harry Chapman whose brother is have been speculating that the So one of the missing miners The bodies Chapman reported were found near the opening of a drift in which 13 miners were scheduled to be working when a rumbling gas explosion hit the mine Seven other men were assigned to a drift 2000 feet farther into the mine and two men were assisting both crews Outside the mines entrance women coal miners in working gear police and coal company of ficials kept vigil There was nothing on the out side to indicate what had taken place Fans which circulate hrbugh the mine continued to op erate The shaft was not dam aged The elevator which can car ry 10 men down into the working area was still operating Leonard Timms state mines director said the trapped men were about miles from the Duvalier childrens guards are slain PORT AU PRINCE Haiti The driver and two bodyguards taking President Francois Du valiers two children to school were shot to death Friday by gunmen firing from an automo bile eyewitnesses reported The children JeanClaude 12 and Simone 14 were unhurt wit nesses said The children ran into the cshool as the gunmens LAST TO KNOW Mrs Montana Gloria Heggen of Ekalaka was about the last to hear of her success in win ning the home decorating event in the Mrs America contest until congratu Photofax latory telegrams began to arrive In disbelief she checked with contest offi cials who said they had forgotten to notify her GLAD IT WASNT S10S DES MOINES On the inside Editorials 4 Society 67 Mason City News 8 Latest Markets 9 Sports News 1112 Television News 1314 Clear Lake News IS Comics16 Classified Pages1819 North Iowa News 20 BOXER DEAD ST LOUIS Mo Har The subs require a deepwa ter port Spain and Italy both could provide an adequate num ber of deepwater bases for the Mediterranean prowling US vessels Spain has never been recep tive to the installation of NATO missiles in its boundaries So viet Premier Khrushchev has apparently been successful on that score when he threatened repeatedly to rain rockets on any soil from which NATO mis siles were launched There is no reason to believe Spain will allow the Polaris to refuel and rearm in its continental waters even though the point has not been pressed This gets us back to thc Ital ian elections Premier Fanfani has been reluctant to make any promises with respect to thc bases This is understandable since they were only recently placed on patrol there at a time when he was in the heat of the campaign which will de cide his political future i He has indicated an interest i in Polaris negotiations and ob servers believe he will provide the needed stations in which a Polaris sub could dock to re plenish her supplies This seems to be a logical conclusion since he allowed thej fixedsite Jupiters to rest on Italian launching pads with theirj tips pointed toward the Kremj lin in spite of Khrushchevs j warnings If the unforeseen should hap pen and the Communists gather enough strength to oust Fanfani the future looms dark indeed for the Mediterraneanbased Polaris We will have to wait and Italy for our answer Morefield was sentenced to fouriry Trcndall 78 former light years Thursday for making counterfeit 50 cents coins weight boxer who had fought many of the top fighters of his explosion area 5000 feet back ir the mine a company officia said We have hopes but chances arc slim theyre still alive At the shaft head at Dola six miles northwest of here wives of the trapped men officials off shift workers and miners who es caped the blast kept a dawn vigil State police blocked rural roads to keep away the curious Ambu lances and rescue vehicles stood by The explosion tentatively laid to deadly and explosive methane gas possibly in combination with coal dust blew dirt and de MOSCOW Prcsiment released after the Krembris out thc 330foot main mine dential Envoy W Averell meeting declared that both shaft jusl aftcr u p m Twenly nine miners working away from the explosion area tumbled out of Vow support on Laos K shaft when the explosion rumpled through the deep works leapfroggec toward the As rescue crews through mine drifts KHRUSHCHEV viet leader might give up the sec vetoryship the premiership o both US experts in ex pressed doubt that Khrushchev going to step down for a whil Despite occasional rumors o tl contrary Washington authorities have no evidence that Khrushchev is in danger of being ousted from his Kremlin command Several members of the Soviet hierarchy are considered possible political heirs to Khrushchev and tion by the Senate The bill was not to take effect until July 4 but Republican lead ers in the House and Senate said they would add a publication clause to make it effective at once Two of Hughes appointees had been turned down by the Senate If the bill becomes law over a veto and with a publication clause Hughes could not rename the ap pointees They are Corbin Crawford Arris worth farmer to the Board of Control and Robert Barry Dan ury auto dealer to the State ighway Commission Republicans contended that the ill was not aimed directly at ughes but was intended to end practice that has been going on or years Hughes said it would veaken the top administrative branch of the state government and permit the Senate to appointments governments fully support the met for 3v hours with agreemenls onthc Lao tian question about which there was an exchange of views be tween them in Vienna and a mutual understanding reached Thats a long time in jail for day died Thursday Russ planes threaten BERLIN Soviet planes approached two U S helicopters over East Berlin Friday in an ap parent effort to discourage their routine flights over the Communist half of the city U S sources said the Soviet planes came within 500 yards of the helicop ters nman Premier Nikita S Khrushchev here Friday in a dramatic bid to save thc peace of Laos lie said afterward Khrushchev de clared he still supports a 1961 accord with President Kennedy to preserve a free Laos presented Khrush The Kremlin meeting occur red against a background of rc newcd fighting in Laos where Communist Pathet Lao forces the mine A hurried call was put in for mine rescue crews equipped with oxygen breathing apparatus three deputy premiers are con sidered leading contenders They are Frol R Kozlov 54 a Khrush chev favorite Anastas I Mikoy an 67 also a close associate and Alexei Kosygin 58 an industrial authority JFK accused of politics over Cuba WASHINGTON1 Repub lican Sen Thruston B Morton of Kentucky has charged President Kennedy with playing politics over SAME Harriman chev with a personal message k from President Kennedy during l f ri hUving forccs the extraordinary conference that look place in thc Soviet seeing Khrushchev Harriman rfghtwing forces might met with Soviet Foreign Minis v reports said thc at a ter Andrei Gromyko A joint SovietAmerican state US is skeptical Say Havana bombed MIAMI twinen gine plane dropped several bombs on the outskirts of Ha vana late Thursday night Cuban refugee sources here reported Friday Thc plane described as a commercialtype craft flew over Havana looking for a specific target The target was not identified in the report When the pilot failed to lo cate the assigned target the bombs were dropped on the citys outskirts the sources said According to refugee sour ces the plane took off from a secret Caribbean base In Washington thc state de partment said its special of fice for Cuban exile affairs in Miami was checking on de tails of the raid but said that there was no immediate con crete information about it There was some skepticism in thc state department about thc raid Officials said Ha vana radio had not mentioned it A short time after the an nouncement however a for mer television newsman said he took part in a bombing raid over Havana Thursday night in an effort to wipe out a big oil refinery Alexander Rorke said he and three other men dropped five homemade bombs on the Cuban capital He said that two of them like Americans Rorke said he was a one time NBC newsman who was imprisoned by Castro aftcr the illfated Bay of Pigs inva retaliate and possibly trigger another fullscale civil war The brief joint statement is sued after the Harri man Khrushchev meeting said thc US undersecretary of state de livered a message from Kcn inedy to the Soviet Premier about the question of thc sit uation in Laos It said there had been a dis on the subject between Khrushchev and Harriman and Ircpeated the expressions of sup jport for the Geneva agreement joy both governments But itj Igave no details of the substance of thc talks sion two years ago He said last nights raid hit the Esso and Shell refinery east of thc historic Moro castle He said thc homemade bombs including a hundred pounder didnt blow any thing up Rorke 36 said the raiders flew a twinengined plane He said one of the other Ameri cans was a student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and thc other was a businessman He declined to demonstrations Judge W A reveal their names or thc jJenkins Jr sentenced the Negro name of the fourth person a j desegregation leaders to five Cuban who served as bomidays in jail starting May 16 and bardier joined each Rorke also declined to rei veal where the plane took off from adding facetiously j King 10 others j guilty of contempt I BIRMINGHAM Ala circuit judge Friday found the Rev Martin Luther King Jr and 10 other Negro ministers in contempt of court for defying a state injunction against racial Lets just say it was a crick W land mass off tne Eurasian known SURGEON SUCCUMBS NEW YORK Dr Fred continent day Bancroft 82 a well surgeon died Wcdnes Ihotofvv PAYMENT TIME Furnace workers J J Henera holding jacket at and his partner S A Cab allero left looked like this as they and fellow work ers ill Fontana Calif collected their shares of the initial monthly distribution under a labormanage ment sharing plan at the Kaiser Steel Corp Caballero told newsmen iiis share amounted to Herreni said he collected Cuba There are distinct political overtones Morton told the Sen ate Thursday to Kennedys sug estion at a news conference Vednesday that Fidel Castro might not be a problem now if he Eisenhower administration lad taken action During 1950s there went ew if any Republican voices raised in support of Castro and here were few if any Demo cratic voices raised in condemna ion of Castro Morton declared This record is clear The Kentuckian a former Re publican national chairman said he Eisenhower administration ook steps in March 1960 to train and equip nn expeditionary force of Cuban exiles to invade Cuba For various reasons including the difficulty of finding proper leadership Morton continued the plan could not be implemented during the administrations re maining 10 months in power When the invasion was attempt ed under the Kennedy administra tion in April 1961 at the Bay of Pigs it failed Morton added The senator said Kennedy had showed bold initiative during the missile showdown last fall but now is pursing a wishywashy policy of backing and stalling Other Republicans who com mented Thursday picked up Kert jnedys challenge to critics of his Cuban policy to say whether they favor an invasion to topple Cas tro Republicans have not ad vocated invasion of Cuba said Son Barn Gold water of Arizona Neither have they shrunk because of fear from the pos sibility of this happening Goldwater said that while ha not advocate eariy invasion iof tht isterd he is not afraid of going to over Cxba If we arc not wilting to risks in this world ho said in nn interview we might as well give up 1 Another persistent critic of tha administration Hop William C Cramer of Florida said in a interview President i Kennedy is peddling a foarofwar psychosis to hide his of action Nobody in Congress is pvopos Cramer send ;

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