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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Defects to the Soviets Wasemploye in US office MOSCOW UPI The Soviet government newspaper Izvestia Monday reported that an Arab born former employe of the US Nalipnal Security Agency in Washington has defected to Rus sia and asked for political asy lum Izvestia said that the former agent for the Americans defect ed because he was outraged by US intelligence activities endangering peace in the Middle East The alleged defector was iden tified as Viktor Norris Hamil ton born in Hindala who said in an open letter to Izvestia that he was 44 and a graduate of the American University in Beirut The man in the letter said he was a naturalized American citizen and had worked for the Near East section of the Na tional Security Agency begin ning in 1957 but had resigned for reasons of principle Hamilton charged that he was recruited for espionage work by an American colonel who he named only as Maxwell Maxwell ne said had ar ranged for his admission to an intelligenceschool Tempo X where he was given lessons in cryptography and general intel ligence techniques Since June 1957 the defector said he was employed by the NSA in Washington at Adminton Hall and later at Ft Meade Md He was registered as an ex pert in the Near Eastern sec tion he said of the department called Allo which covered in telligence for the United Arab Republic Syria Iraq Lebanon Jordan Saudi Arabia Yemen Libya Morocco Tunis Turkey Iran Greece and Ethiopia BritainUS sign air pact with Imlia WASHINGTON AP The United States announced Monday agreement with and In dia to strengthen Indias defenses against possible air attacks from Communist China Announcing the air defense agreement between the three countries the State Department said that in the event of renewed Chinese Communist aggression against India the United States has agreed to consult with the government of India regarding possible measures to strengthen Indias air defenses in the lighl of the situation existing at the time The State Department said the agreement does not however involve any commitment on the part of the US government to come to Indias assistance in the event of a renewed Chinese Com munist attack Former dental president dies DES MOINES tf Services will be Tuesday in Phoenix Ariz for Dr Earl H Ford 78 a past president of the Iowa Dental Society He died Sunday in Phoenix Where he had retired to in 1949 Born at Geneseo 111 he was graduated from the University of Iowa College of Dentistry and was a practicing dentist in Guth Center and Des Moines North Iowa Weather outlook Clear cloudy through Tuesday Lows Mon day night in the 70s Highs Tuesday M92 Weather en page 2 ECLIPSE RECORDED The periodic love affair between the sun and the moon known in scientific circles as an eclipse was recorded by Oliver Corporation Industrial Photographer Charles J Gibbs 1606 S Delaware Gibbs usinga 20 inch tele photo lense and a deep red filter usted an exposure of at f 32 The exposures were taken at 20 minute intervals during the 75 per cent eclipse which started at and lasted until pm The pictures give no indication that a love affair ex ists though tradition has it that the sun hides behind the moon for a short period irj order to cany on their romance Sci entists explain it this way however The moon slips be tween the sun and earth and casts a shadow on the earth What you actually observe is the silhouette of the moon How ever you care to explain it the next one will occur March 7 1970 and will be total across the southern states Rail dispute goes to Congress No fears after near tragedy NEW ORLEANS have another picnic So said Christy Martine 3 who was rescued Sunday after she had been lashed for nine hours to the bow of a swamped boat in Lake Pontchartrain But this time not in the water she said as she rested in a hos pital here She and a Catholic priest the Rev Anatole Baillergeon OMI 40 a professor at the Oblate Seminary at Natick Mass were pulled nearly unconscious from the water Sunday Another priest the Rev John Sauvageau OMI 45 of New Orleans swam seven miles to shore without a life preserver He summoned the Coast Guard Father Sauvageau made the swim towing Laha Fagot 14 buoyed up by a plastic ice box and a life preserver fashioned from a boat seat cushion Mrs Jean Martine 26 the mother of Christy also with a life preserver swam some five miies toward shore before she was picked iip Father Bailiergeon who could not swim stayed behind to take care of the child until help came The ISfoot motorboat whfeh was swamped in a sudden squall settled in about 12 feet of water with the bow of the boat above the surface The boat was about seven miles from the north shore of the 24 mile wide lake Father Baillergeon tied the lit tle girl to the boat and to him self After the other priest gave the alert a Coast Guard helicop ter picked them up Another boat picked up Mrs Martine The boating party had crossed the lake from New Orleans to vis it some church people who were picnicking on the north shore Mrs Martine is secretary to Fa ther Baillergeon The Fagot girl is her baby sitter They were re turning from the picnic when the mishap occurred Inside The Globe GOVERNORS HEAR rights question at meeting Page 2 CITES CASE against the Shaff plan Page 3 INTERSTATE meetings in North Iowa Page 20 CLASS OF 53 Girl Scouts hold reunion Page 8 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 7 Society news Jf news Latest markets 14 Mason City news 1415 Comics H Transport timetable II Classified pages 1 North iowa news 21 The newspaper that makes all North lowons neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY M 1963 We Paper of Two International Full Lease Wlret Associated Press and United PreM No 140 JFK wants ICG to study rules rift UP President Kennedy ip Monday with this plan for legislation to bar a rail road strike Put the work rules dispute before the In erstate Commerce Commission for disposition The White House disclosed this much of the pro posal in announcing that Kennedys special message on he railroad situ a t i o n vould go to tlfc 3 CROWD Some of the more than 50000 persons who were on hand at Aviation Day observe a giant transport plane and two helicopters between thrilling acts in which dare devils performed hairraising stunts Sunday at the Mason City Airport Report testban pact has been completed in Moscow MOSCOW sources said Monday a working party put finishing touches this morning on an EastWest treaty banning nu clear tests in the air outer space and under water US negotiator W Averell Har riman was expected to initial it Monday or Tuesday and return to Washington Wednesday sources in Washington said Unless Premier Khrushchev comes up with a lastminute hur dle diplomats here regarded the treaty as virtually completed Harrimah Britains Lord Hail sham and Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko met in the after noon The meetings vere resumed after a weekend break in an at mosphere of mounting optimism Western sources here indicated that only a lastminute obstacle as a Soviet demand for an accompanying n o n aggression block a USBrit ishSovict accord to ban nuclear tests in the atmosphere outer space and under water Sources in Washington said the chief American negotiator Under secretary of State W Averell Har riman was expected to initial the agreement Monday or Tuesday and return to Washington Wednes day Harriman had an excellent op portunity Sunday night to sound out Khrushchev on any last min ute roadblocks Together they sat through a USSoviet track meet narrowly won by the American men and easily won by the Russian women After the meet Khrushchev in vited Harriman and US Ambas sador Foy D Kohler into a re ceptiofc room attached to the pre miers Lenin Stadium box The hourlong surprise meeting like all the rest of the talks was secret But it was the besl oppor tunity Harriman has had to urge the US contention that such mat ters as a nonaggression pact be tween the NATO allies and the Communist nations of Eastern Europe should be deferred As the talks moved into their second hints continued from the Soviet side that a nonaggres sion pact must accompany the test ban accord But neither Khrushchev nor Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko has said a test ban will be blocked unless accompanied by a nonaggression pact The West long favored a treaty barring all but under ground nuclear tests to avoid the impasse over onsile inspection Both sides agree tests made above ground and under water can be detected without onsite in spection The West opposes a formal non aggression pact chiefly because it would permanently divide Ger many and at least imply Western recognition of Communist East Germany Associates of President Kennedy have said he would sign a pledge of nonaggression which would not entail approval by other mem bers of the Western alliance CHUTE OPENS A multi colored chute opens to bring one of the participants at Avi ation Day to earth Over 50 000 persons watched this and other thrilling acts Sunday at the Mason City Airport Spiers heads switchmen BUFFALO NY wi Neil P Spiers of Snydcr NY has been reelected president of the 20 000member Switchmens Union of North America Leon B Richardson of Wes DCS Moines Iowa was electee a vice president at the union convention last weekend implicates Lord Astor LONDON UPI Christine Kecler testified in court Mon day that Lord Astor had paid he rent on the apartment she shared with play girl Marilyn Mandy RiceDavies Christine whose affair with war minister John Profumo nearly toppled the British gov srnment resumed her tale of sex and sin that ranged from high society to the underwork when she appeared as the firs witness in the trial of Dr Stephen Ward playboy osteo path and artist Ward pleaded innocent to variety of vice charges that in eluded he accusation he livct off the earnings of Christine and Mandy Lord Astors name came into the trial as Christine was be ing questioned by prosecutor Mervyn GriffithJones The prosecutor asked Who paid the rent of the flat Did you pay any of the rent yourself Yes I and Miss Davies paid some of it Christine said Who paid the rent Miss Keeler Lord Astor she replied It was the first time Christine had testified directly that the apartment rent was paid by Lord Astor It was at the famed Cliveden Estate of Lord Astor that Cliris tine met Profumo Security questions wore raised because of the disclosure Lhat Christine had been sharing her favors at the same time with Profumo and Soviet Nava Attache Capt Eugene Ivanov Who introduced you to Ivan ov Dr Ward Will you tell the jury rough ly speaking what proportion of the money received from Please turn to page 2 Bulletin NEW ORLEANS The US Sth Circuit Court of Appeals Monday denied a re quest by the City of Birming ham Ali for another hear ing on a court order to deseg regate schools this Septem ber pm Press secretary Pierre Salinger ead li newsmen this statement The President at 3 pm Monday afternoon will send to he Congress legislation which refer those railroad work ules issues which are still in dis iile to he Interstate Commerce lommission for prompt hearing nc disposition Provisions for employe sccuri y will be contained in any ICC rder of approval Unlike compulsory arbitration his proposal would preserve col octivc bargaining and give pre cedence to its solutions Salinger to go into any letail pending the actual release of the message but it appeared lear that Kennedy would ask Congress to hold off any strike until the ICC has disposed of case Salinger made his announce ment after Kennedy had conduct ed a round of conferences with representatives of the railroads and the men who operate trains Democratic and Republi can congressional leaders and various labor leaders including Jeorge Meany president of the In these meetings Kennedy ined his legislative proposal Sal nger said Some Congress members said hat as they understood the plan he ICC might spend as much as wo years studying the dispute Earlier an industry spokesman iad expressed belief that the only mpe of averting a strike was en actment of compulsory arbitra ion of the dispute File charges against trucker in death crash TIPTON WVHoward W Ever son 30 of Lincoln Neb whose ruck was involved in an acci dent which killed four members of a family near here Friday vas charged Saturday with il egal possession of drug without a prescription Sheriff Richard Barden filed the charges against Everson after a bottle of amphetamine sulfate pills a stimulant rcquir ng a prescription was found in lis possession SAME Aviation Day thrills for 50000 from North Iowa By JAMES R OWENS ClobeCaxette Staff Writer Some 50000 persons had their eyes on the skies Sunday at Ma son Citys airport as the ilth annual North Iowa Aviation Day lived up to advance billing with the biggest most diversified air in area history Perfect weather was a bonus with clear skies and a cooling breeze that kept the airports American flag standing out proudly throughout the day Many in the crowd stayed for every event from the time the first newlymanufactured plane in the 10 am flyby parade swept past the terminal area until the final four members of the Armys Golden Knights parachute team came to earth about 5 pm But with lesser traffic prob lems and the much longer aerial show than in recent years there also were many visitors who came for particular parts of the show only More than ever in the history of the event the emphasis was on as pilots speed ing together headon and deftly rolling around each others paths at the last instant and a para chute collapsing in midair and the jumper catching himself with a second parachute There was beauty in the air loo Thousands will remember the Royal Canadian Air Forces Red Knight flying Officer J W Morin rolling his bright red jet through shining shards of his own previous smoke trails in the morning sunshine And there was the Raven Industries orange and white balloon that bucked like a bronco trying to tear itself from the ground crew but then floated serenely in the air for many minutes looking like an oldfashioned striped lollipop against the blue sky And there were all sorts of other things Many of the thrills were offered by the National Air Shows troupe that featured prizewinning pilots Harold Krier and Charles Hillard with man Reds Didget Starting with a parachute jump act by Didget that team put on a show of flying skill and hair raising stunt work in the tra dition of the oldtime barnstorm ers but with the precision of modern trained aviators The National Air Shows pilots put their planes on end Hew them with and without engine power and put them through maneuvers those on the ground had never thought of Didget rode an airplane wing through maneuvers that had him stand ing upside down and riding in corkscrews That he did such things as skydiving and climbing into a plane by way of ladder from a speeding auto on the ground Capt Dick Schram of Glen view 111 the Flying Profes sor worked his act into the National Air Shows part of the show for comic relief The com edy was no relief from the ohs and ahs on the ground however as the profes sor sent his plane through run wayscraping stunts in his role as the man who got into the air without knowing how to fly Schram bounced into a happy landing ending however after a kind soul on the ground hand ed up landing directions from a car racing down the runway Don Piccard who made the balloon ascension accompanied by Dr Emily Frisbic of Eng land gave the crowd more than was bargained for when the wind carried the balloon off tha airport for a longer flight than had been anticipated Men of the NorthwoodKen Please turn to page 2   

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