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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 29, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Is Laos peace a myth See story on page 3 HOME EDITION A lot of Baloney PHOCNtX jn was only 3 but Phoenix po found him toughest subject had questioned in some time Whafs your name son ny asked the servant Baloney said the young ster Aw emon whats your real name Baloney was the The boy ate a candy bar and refused to change his story Later a woman called ask ing police to help find her lost son Whats his name maam an officer asked Baioney replied the woman The newspaper that mokes all North Iowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY iOWA MONDAY APRIL 29 1H3 10e copy No tt ews in a utshelt FKOM HIKE SEKVICES Physicist held LONDON Giuseppe Martelli 39 an Italian nuclear physicist was held in jail Monday awaiting a court hearing on a charge of violating Britains Official Secrets Act Youths escape BERLIN Crashing a 5ton army truck through the Communist wall four young East Germans escaped to free dom under a hail of bul lets Monday None were hit A 24foot hole was ripped in the wall Ready for attack JERUSALEM Pre mier David BenGurion warned Monday that Is raeli armed forces are ready for any attack that might result from the unsettled situation in the Middle East Second protest MOSCOW The So viet government has sent a second protest note to the United States on the alleged U S shelling of a Soviet fishing boat off the coast of Virginia Tass said Monday Big victory VIENNA Austria President Schaerf of Austria will remain in office for a second six year term after a re sounding election vic tory To study Murder for Hire case ST PAUL Minn UPI The Ramsey County Grand Jury will meet Tuesday to con sider first degree murder in dictments against three men charged in the Murder For Hire slaying of a St Paul housewife Ramsey County Attorney Wil liam Randall said he would call roughly a half dozen witness es to testify before the grand jury Dick W C Anderson 35 Nor man Mastrian 39 and Sheldon S Morris 34 all of Minneapo lis have been charged with first degree murder Anderson who allegedly killed Mrs T Eugene Thompson 34 mother of four children on March 6 was arraigned in St Paul municipal court Saturday Preliminary hearings for An derson Mastrian and Morris all held in lieu of bond have been scheduled for May 3 However grand jury indict ments would nullify the hearings and proceedings would be moved to district court Mastrian is accused of being the middle man in the death of Mrs Thompson who was stabbed and beaten in her home Morris is accused of complicity in the crime Mrs Thompsons life was in sured for Si million by her at torney husband Anderson waived extradition In Phoenix Ariz and was re turned here Friday EBEL1NG DIES DAYTON Ohio C Ebeling Sr 58 expresident of the U S Jaycees died Sunday On the inside Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 57 North Iowa News 10 Society News 111314 Sports News 15 Latest Markets 18 Mason City Comics 20 CUssKMd 2223 ANGUS AND HIS BONNY Kilted Angus Ogilvy and his titled bride Britains Princess Alexandra walk to church services at the parish church near his Balmoral estate in from Europe attended the event Photofax Scotland It was their first public ap pearance since thewedding in Londons Westminster Cathedral last week The royal family and a large representation WIND North Iowa Considerable cloud iness light showers cooler and windy Monday night lows in mid 40s Partly cloudy and cooler Tuesday highs in mid 5fls Iowa Mostly cloudy Monday night windy and colder with occasional rain lows low 40s northwest to upper 40s south east Tuesday partly cloudy and cooler highs in the 50s Further outlook Partly cloudy and slightly warmer Wednesday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures Castro with Nikita will average 5 degrees below normal east and north to near normal southwest Tues day through Saturday Nor mal highs are from the low er 60s northeast to upper 60s southwest Normal lows are from 40 along the northern border to the mid 40s south Turning cooler Monday night and Tuesday remaining cool Wednesday and Thursday then turning warmer Friday and Saturday Rainfall should average 25 of an inch west to 50 of an inch east fall ing early in the period and again about Thursday Minnesota Tuesday mostly MOSCOW Premier Khrushchev and Prime Minister Fidel Castro opened talks in the Kremlin Monday aimed at further cementing relations between their two Communist regimes High on the list of topics ob servers believed was stepped up Soviet military and economic aid They wondered how much higher than the reported million dollars a day now being spent the Soviet Union was willing to go There also was speculation that Khrushchev would try to wipe out any bitterness remaining because of his decision to withdraw mis siles from Cuba lashOctober with out consulting Castro Moscow newspapers were full of welcomes for Castro Moscow gives hearty welcome to Fidel Castro said Pravda Moscow embraces Fidel Castro Report arms shipped from Cuba to Latins MIAMI Americanreach the United States main yewitness to the Communist uildup in Cuba said in a copy ighted radio report Monday hat high speed vessels are ransporting tons of arms and men from Cuban ports to Latin American countries almost The report copyrighted by a Miami radio station also said he Fidel Castro regime has at east 1000 missiles which can cloudy rather windy cooler highs 4255 as a brother was the headlinefor themselves in Izvestia The press accounts made up for any lack of warmth in Sundays greeting Khrushchev led 40000 Russians through a Red Square welcome but the elaborate show failed to whip up the frenzied enthusiasm westerners had expected The bearded Cuban leader pro claimed that except for the So viet Union his revolutionary re Hughes critical of bills Will veto one may kill others DES MOINES c Gov Harold Hughes said Mon day he definitely would veto one 11 and might veto two others But there the possibility that two of the bills would be re called by the Republicancontroll ed legislature before Hughes turns them down The bills proposal forbidding the gov ernor rom giving an interim ap pointment to anybody who has been rejected by the Senate Hughes has said he definite would veto this measure exemption from me sales tax of chemicals usedi producing personal property to be sold at retail proposal exempting from the sales tax materials used in building and construction work by state agencies Hughes said the Tax Commis sion estimates the tax exemption of chemicals would cost the state from to million in revenue annually He said at a news conference that he was trying to get the legislature to recall this measure Khrushchev claimed that Soviet from his office and it until support for Cuba during last au tumns crisis had avoided a clash with the United States that could have touched off World War III Saying that the Soviet Union would stick by Cuba he added it is not Cuba that threatens the United States but the United States that wishes to take away the freedom the Cuban people won a welcoming speech more the Soviet Union was lined up shoulderloshoulder with Cuba against the United States Castro who towered over his host read a Spanish translation while Khrushchev spoke The crowds convoyed to the square in army trucks applauded mostly on signal from Khrush chev and The American and his wife aid they were residents of uba for more than eight years Tiey recorded their story for le radio station but declined to ermit use of their names for ear of reprisals against friends n the island couple said have iven complete details about ev rything they have learned bout Castros military strength o the US Central Intelligence gency Their report challenged offi ial assessments of Castros ar enal and estimates of Russian roop strength on the island by the U government Castros and at Banes in Oriente Prov a revenue bill is passed He in dicated he might approve it if the lost revenue would be replaced in an acceptable way Hughes said tfw second tax bill is so drawn that it might permit purchase of materials in almost Teamsters pick Hoffa twotoone PHILADELPHIA AP Inter ationnl Teamsters President anv2s R Hoffa has won a twoto ne victory over the AFLCIO in L key representation f the stiffest challenges to his eadership in the nations largest union The official count in Hv National Labor Relations Boar election was 4893 for the Team sters 2550 for an insurgent grou known as the Voice of the Team which bad the public su port of AFLCIO President Gebrg Meany At slake in the fourday electio which ended Sunday night was th right to represent 8200 overthe road truckers in Pehnsylvani New Jersey Delaware and Mary land members of four Teamster locals A jubilant Hoffa in Philadei phia for much of the past I weeks directing his campaign re ceived the news of his victory by thrusting two fingers downward The Voice down he said Down the Voice The figures are tremendous he continued It proves one again that the truckers will no1 be fooled by Meany or any tricks of the Voice AFLCIO regional representa tive William Kirchner present as an adviser to the Voice com mented When the president of the Teamsters lakes 15 weeks to squeeze out a 21 victory in the heart of his union hes in trouble power is constantly increasing the American said and he is lit erally exporting his revolution by shipments of arms and trained agents to other Latin nations Foreign troops from the Com munist bloc nations and the SSR now in Cuba total be een 70000 and 80000 men the merican said In addition Castro has about nethird of the islands popula on some 2000000 persons un er arms he added He and his wife also reported hat At least 1000 twostage 45 oot an estimated minimum range of 300 re in Cuba many of them tored in caves High speed vessels about 150 eet long and carrying no flag r insignia are running smal rms and trained saboteurs to aiti Guatemala Venezuela hile Peru and Argentina on a egular schedule of ship mcnts Submarine pens have been juilt under the guise of fishing xrts at Mariel near Havana nee and service an estimated 50 Russian bloc submarines op erated in and around Cuba A new submarine base is un der construction at the Isle of Pines that will be the largest of its kind in the world The Soviets have cleaned out reinforced and ventilated about 50 huge natural caves in Oriente and Las Villas provinces alone and are using them as military depots for tanks rockets and planes In his lengthy report American said his information was based in part on what he had seen personally and partly on what completely reliable underground in clude Castro army officers as well as him He said the Russians did net remove all their bombers nor all their real big measuring up to 70 feet without a their claims to the contrary The Soviets have converted i network of caves many of them interlinking throughout the is land into missile bases as well as arms depots he said Troops move FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES SANTO DOMINGO Domini can Republic W Dominican Sroops started moving toward he Haitian border Monday said a report from the armed forces secretary It gave no details An armed clash has been threatening between the two neighbors of the Caribbean is and of Hispaniola over the Do minican charge that Haitian Toops invaded its embassy LIaiti broke diplomatic relations The Organization of American States ordered a fivenation fact finding team to fly to both coun ries to investigate the crisis next door to Cuba The OAS appealed to both governments to keep ht peace r President Juan Bosch Haitian President Francois Duva lier 24 hours to withdraw troops surrounding the Dominican Em bassy in Port an Prince The Em bassy is sheltering 22 foes of Du valier Unless the outrages against he Dominican Republic in Haiti end within 24 hours we will put an end to them by all within our power Bosch said The Dominican armed forces secretary Maj Gen Victor Elvis Vinas Roman announced all troop GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset andgime could not exist He heaped praise on Soviet economic and military aid Castro wearing a fur hat against the chilly winds was rel atively restrained in manner Khrushchev opened the proceed lings from the reviewing stand atop Lenins tomb and set the tone He donned steelrimmed specta 53 48 56 165 Icles and slowly and dryly reac Report Rocky plans wedding NEW YORK UPI The New York Mirror said Sunday in a copyright story that Gov Nelson A Rockefeller and Margarelta Happy Murphy have set a midMay wedding date The Mirror quoted a close family friend of the Rockefellers as sajung the marriage will be either Saturday May IS or Sunday May 19 The ceremony will be performed at a Protestant Episcopal not the one where Rockefeller usually worships It will be within New York state hut outside the city the Mirror quoted the close friend as saying Mrs Murphy is a recent divorcee whose name has been linked romantically with Rockefellers She served on his office staff at one VI illO UJliUtl UV O III IrllTUUii any quantity without paying the These fdlows the Voice struck lles lax the first real blow to clean up the He said he expected this measunion ure to be withdrawn for revision He said he was agreeable to the theory of the bill Republican leaders have said they would pass the interim ap SAME pointment bill over the expected veto They plan to add a publi cation clause making the bill take effect before the normal July 4 date If it took effect before July 1 it would deprive Hughes of a chance to give interim appoint ments to two of his nominees who were rejected by the Senate Voice Chairman Charles Meyer expressed shock at the outcome of the election Kirchner MM that Hoffa had made the greatest array of promises ever seen in a cam paign If Mr Hoffa makes good on 50 per cent of his promises the efforts of the Voice will have been well worthwhile in developing more responsiveness and democ racy in the Teamsters Girl dies as tornado hurls car into air AUBURN Neb 14 yearold Vandaiia II girl has been killed and her seven brothers and sisters and mother were criti cally injured when their car was hurled into the air by a tornado Diane Schilling died at an Au burn Hospital after the auto was blown more than 200 yards into a field Sunday The other injured were Mrs Fred Schilling 37 and her chil dren Jennifer 12 Elizabeth 7 Karen 4 Phillip 16 months Ter ry 8 Nancy 10 and Sherry 6 Russia charges the test filks are waste of time GENEVA Soviet Union charged Monday that current discussions on the question of a nuclear testban treaty are a waste of time and accused the western pow ers of not wanting a treaty Soviet Chief Negotiator Scm yon K Tsarapkin made no mention of the new Anglo American initiative presented to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev in Moscow al though both the US and Brit ish delegates to the 17nation disarmament conference ap pealed to the Soviets at Mon days 126th meeting to accept it If anything Tsarapkin was more unyielding Monday than ever He quoted Khrushchev as saying in an interview that the Soviets might even retreat stilt further on the thorny question of onsite inspection if the West docs not agree to accept the Russian position The Soviet Premier told the Italian newspaper II Giorno that the current Soviet offer of two to three onsite inspec tions might be withdrawn if the West continues to refuse to accept it The Western pow ers currently say they can ac cept nothing less than seven inspections ayear US Ambassador Charles C Stelle told the conference Mon day the United States and Britain are earnestly await ing a favorable response from Khrushchev to their initi ative last week The new Western offer is understood to resolve around a sliding scale of onsite inspections over a fiveyear period which would work out at around five a year This would be midway be twecn the current American and Soviet positions Stelle said the new Western initiative reaffirms the genu ine interest of the government and people of the United States in a nuclear test ban treaty He was backed up by Sir Paul Mason of Britain who said members of the confer ence should pray that the re sult of the initiative in Mos cow will give us new hope and lend reality to our negotia tions here Stelle in his speech said he Veneiuela offered the Do mirucan Republic armed port Monday in its apparent ly imminent showdown with Haiti that threatened to fUro into fighting the two neighboring Caribbean Island nations leaves had been canceled But said there was no military move ment toward the Haitian border The dispute with the Domini cans flared as a result of Duva laiers attempt to crush rising op position to his regime Tension began mounting a week ago when leaflets warned Duvalier that an attempt would be made to overthrow him May end of his first term as president Suspicious that opposition te him centered in the regular army Duvalier last week fired 64 offi cers the bulk of the armys leadership The dictator has built up a personal militia and presiden tial guard that outnumber the ar my and are better armed On Friday occupants of k speeding car opened fire on Du valiers two children Jan Claude 12 and Simone 14 as they were being driven home from school Three of the childrens guards were slain but the cmFdren wera not hurt The attack triggered weekend violence in which 15 persons were reported killed and st least 65 Haitians including former array officers and their families took haven in LatinAmerican sies Informed sources said Haittaa soldiers broke into the Domini can Embassy Friday and started hoped the new Western search for refugeesbut live would be quickly swercd by Khrushchev an jordetvd out by the charge daf Uaires   

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