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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             CHARLCS W WALK Director staffer noses out some Iowa political tidbits Ll 1 i DBS MOINESU didnt take fr news that Lt Gov William L Mootys wife Jean was suing him for divorce to circulate through the 30C Iowa politicians attending State Day festivities at the Iowa State here Wednesday The immediate reaction of most ofthe legislators and oth ers present was disbelief After the story had been confirmed however the question what now could be heard through out the crowd Mooty 57 in his second term as lieutenant governor wouldnt help answer the question He refused to comment oh the ac tion of his wife of 16 years until he had talked to his lawyer and found out what this is all about The Grundy Center Republi can appeared outwardly calm throughout the State Day pro gram He ate lunch with other members of the official state party including Gov Harold Hughes and his two young daughters and attended the har ness races in front of the grand stand with his daughters in the afternoon Mooty received notice of his wifes action when he arrived on the grounds Wednesday He had just completed a television interview when a deputy sheriff handed him a legal notice of the divorce petition With it was a court order restraining him from bothering Mrs Mooty and their two daughters Marcia 15 and Helen 13 In the pelition Mrs Mooty the former Jean L e h m cm charged cruel and inhuman treatment She asks custody of the girls reasonable temporary and permanent alimony child support and equitable distribu tion of property In obtaining the restraining order Mrs Mooty said she feared for the lives and health of herself and the daughters Mooty a former speaker of the Iowa House of Representa tives has been mentioned as a possible Republican nominee for governor next year Evan Hull man Iowas attorney general and regarded as his top com petition for the nomination was conspicuous by his absence from the State Day festivities Some legislators although de clining to go on1 record official ly said they believe the action GLOBE Please turn to page 2 North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for ttw Horn The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 fnst United Press International Full Wirei MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 22 10c t Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No U7 PROTEST SUICIDE Flames engulf Thich Tieu Pieu Buddhist priest as he immolates himself m religious discrimination protest in Hue South Viet Nam and lower another Buddhist priest holds a picture of him outside Tu Dam Pagoda women kneel in prayer Dieu was the fifth JJuddhist priest to commit suicide in this manner a security risk WASHINGTON UPI Former Atomic Energy Chair man Lewis L Strauss attacked the nuclear test ban treaty Thursday as a security risk He urged the Senate to surround it with formal reservations and Two killed in wreck near Corwith Jean Grace Stoddard 44 Hardy and her 11yearold son Robert were killed Wednesday when their car was in collision with a semi trailer truck at a rural cross ing on Iowa Hwy 60 about four miles south of here Iowa Highway patrolmen said the Stoddard car was traveling south on the highway when it collided with the truck which going west on the blacktop side road Howard L Woods Kansas City Mo driver of the truck escaped injury 2 judges j appointed DBS MOINES Appoint ments of two District Court judges the first made under provisions of the new judicial selection system were made Thursday by Gov Harold Hughes The new judges are Warren J Rees 55 Anamosa Republican who fills a vacancy in the 18th District created by the resignation of Judge Donald P Barnes of Cedar Rapids Edward F Kennedy 61 Sib ley Democrat who fills a va cancy in the 2Ist District cre ated by death of Judge T E Klay of Orange City North Iowa Weather outlook Partly ctoody scattered or thunderstorms northwest Thursday night end over entire tone Friday Lows Thursday right in the Ms Highs Friday in the Mv Weather details on Page 2 safeguards against Soviet cheat ing Strauss testified after another former AEC member Dr Wil lard F Libby gave what he called his worried or reluctant acquiescence to ratification of the pact barring all but under ground tests Libby said he probably would favor the treaty but is wor ried that the US has not tested a superbomb in the up to100 megaton range Russia he said tested one in the 65 mega ton range and could construct a 100megaton bomb The US he testified probab ly could not at this point Strauss a veteran of 12 years with AEC affairs outlined a broad range of reasons Jfor con tinued atmospheric testing and then concluded Since early ratification of the treaty now appears probable on the premise that it is in the public interest on balance with which I wish that I could see my way to agree I am con cerned as a private citizen that insofar as possible the risks to our country which the joint chiefs and other advocates con cede to exist may be reduced so far as possible He said this might be ef fected by Senate reservations and actions which the congress might take Inside The Globe CONGRESS TAKES up new railroad legislation Page 2 NORTH 10WANS win awards at Iowa State Fair Page 3 PERSISTENT salesman turned out to be triplets Page 8 Editorials 4 North Iowa 5 Society news Mlt news 1J14 Clear Lake news IS Latest marketsVt U Mason CHy news 1415 Classified 2021 HICM CAT READING England William Butler 73 left his cat Tibber in his will Wed nesday Drill misses trapped men JFK moves slowly in Viet Nam case An AP News Analysis By LEWIS GULICK AP Diplomatic Affairs Writer WASHINGTON UK President Kennedy is mov ing cautiously on Viet Nam because the stakes are high and he sees little room for maneuver Through the Washington looking glass the Diem assault on the Buddhists looks like a bad sideshow threatening to spoil mam act Minh cd a resistance oye ihe mam act is the struggle ment against the Japanese and with the the longest hot kept up his resistance after the fight of the cold with ultiFrench returned mate stakes the control of stra tegic Southeast Asia ao me uiajui webl ine Kennedy administration ern power with interests in the figures victory will come in the area and the means to stem the mean guerrilla war to which America has committed men and massive military aid But it is increasingly worried that bad government in Saigon will reverse the tide in favor of the Communists The New Frontier urge to do something about this hasrun into the clas w sic prob 1 e m America h as faced before A deep com m i t m e n t against the Comm u n i s t threat on the one hand and the other a local Comm u n i s t L regime lack ing wide support people DIEM among the US strategists say they see no alternative at present to the leadership of President Ngo Dinh Diem A priority task of the newly arriving US Ambas sador to Saigon Henry Cabot Lodge will be to canvass what other choices may be open without weakening the cam paign against the Reds A month ago Kennedy at a news conference expressed his personal hope that a solution would be reached in the Diem Buddhist struggle And he said at that time that the United Stales would not withdraw its support from Diems government in its against the Communist guerril las He declared For to withdraw from that effort would mean a col Upse not only of South Viet Nam but Southeast Asia So we are going to stay there The current situation is traced by US analysts back to the World War II period when Ja pan occupied the area Commu nist guerrilla leader Ho Chi The French departure left the United States as the major West Red tide Washington saw the lush farmland and strategic pen insluar location of South Viet Nam as an inviting target for Rec China In 1954 the United States be gan a largescale aid program that is on the way to totaling billion the first decade Over the first few years of in dependence South Viet Nam pros pered in relative peace Then in the Communists began the largescale intensified effort to cripple the country which continues today Diem appealed for more US aid in 1961 and Kennedy respond ed with the steppedup US pro gram which now finds some 14 000 American military men on the scene But by this time Washington had had enough trouble with Diem to demand reforms by the Saigon government in return for increased aid Among other things Diem prom ised more representative rule a crackdown on nepotism and cor ruption better use of US eco VIET NAM Please turn to page 2 Ambassador from Viet Nam quits WASHINGTON Trn Van Chuong Sovtft Viet Nam ambassador to the US re signed Thursday in disapprov al of policies of his gov ernment I regret to offer my resignetion to you Chuong said in a cable sent to Presi dent Ngo Dinh Diem I can not go on representing a gov ernment which ignores my ad vices and of which I disap prove MRS BOVA VISITS RESCUE SCENE Louis Bova wife of injured miner who has been entombed along with two others in coal mine near Photofax Hazleton Pa since Aug 13 is shown carrying her 8monthoId son as she visited site of rescue efforts Woman in background is unidentified Nearly half million found Who said buried treasure cant be uncovered in 63 TROY Ohio AP Buried reasure continued to pour from he grounds of an old mill with perhaps as much as a half million dollars uncovered by dig the mills often had told relatives mill employes began digging early Tuesday They were guard gers The site is the Altman Mills feed plant four miles north of this southwestern Ohio city of about 14000 Workmen earlier in the week uncovered two10gallon milk cans iiouaceu R S Altman late owner of stuffed with 000 an estimated Early Thursday a third fivegal lon can was uncovered It was stuffed with money Search for a fourth and per tiaps other cans is under way Money from the third can was taken to the Troy National Bank for counting The finds came from under con crete pilings at the mill he did not trust banks A few hours before his death July 28 at the age of 76 in Mayo Clinic in Rochesler Minn Alt man lold a son and daughler he had buried all his money beneath the mill William Sutton of Pittsburgh ithe family attorney who an firsl finds Wednes day nighl said We knew il was possible that old Mr Allman was delirious and Ihere was no expec tation of finding anything buried there money or otherwise WHATS THAT Visitors to the Iowa State Fair Wednesday did a dou bletake when they passed the sign in front of the sheep barn on the grounds The sign which is sponsored by the Iowa State Sheep Assn and the Mar night the sign had read Enjoy Finest American Lamb but some of the boys in the swine barn across the street blotted out the b in lamb and made the 1 into an h and came up with Ham in stead of Lamb It didnt take the boys i VAV mcou ui iu uiun if iHKe cne ooys keting Division of the Iowa Depart in the sheep barn long to discover the 7YI r AT A I f n Trw o v i i ment of Agriculture read Enjoy Fin est American Ham Up until Tuesday error and correct it however Cresco man admits thefts at Charles City CHARLES CITY William Charles Riha Cresco 27 has admitted three breakins here according to Chief of Police Kermit R Binger Riha admit Icd ccries Nearly a dozen workmen all ed by Miami County Sheriffs dep uties and they dug nearly eight hours before their shovels struck metal The money was undamaged in the unsealed up in bun dies of two or three inches in thickness and in all dcnomina tions Each bundle was wrapped in sheets of the Dayton Daily News dated Oct 1015 1945 The son and daughter who in itiated the hunt are George J All man of Irwin Pa and Mrs Mary Jane Ward of Troy The money will be kept at the Federal Reserve Bank in Cincin nati until the estate is settled May use Geiger counter To help locate hole FROM OUR WIKE SERVICES HAZLETON Pa A second atlempl to drill a 12inch escape lole to Uvo miners enlombed 331 feel underground for 10 days failed Thursday Rescuers appealed for radioaclivc male rial in a new attempt to save the men Rescuers also planned to sink a third shaft in an effort to hit the tiny survival chamber where David Fellin 58 and Henry Throne 28 have been huddled since Aug 13 Hope faded for Louis Bova 42 who was separated from Fellin and Throne by rock and debris in the same roof collapse The last sign of life from Bova came Tuesday and rescue work ers planned to lower a tiny boring camera through a six inch shaft to see whether he wai stillalive Dr II Bcecher Charmbury state secretary of mines an nounced he was appealing for material to ba owered down Thursdays un ucccssful 12inch probe He said they would then low er a Geiger counter through a sixinch foodandwatcr hole drilled earlier so that Fellin and Throne could try to find he 12inch hole and dig to it rom their end A 24hour drilling attempt which began Wednesday ground to a halt when the Still bit ap parently drifted off coursa and hit a rock at the spot where rescuers believed the survival chamber to be Charmbury said the new 12 inch hole would be drilled at a ipol four feet east and eight feet north of the unsuccessful probe He eslimalcd that the probe hours would take to reach the new only 19 men be cause of Ihc experience weve gained in drilling A compass was dropped a fcllin through a sixinch con tact hole drilled earlier Rescu ers hoped the compass could MINERS Please turn to page 2 Titan 2 flight gives hopes to Gemini plans and Sundries s Groj Donns fu Cafe and Rays Pastime He was arrested by Charles City police at 3 am Thursday Chief Binger said most of the money cigarettes and liquor taken from the three breakins has been recovered Riha was arraigned before Justice of t h e Peace Robert Gilliland on charges of breaking and entering in the nighttime He waived preliminary hearing and was bound over to District Court Bond set at KILL BULL DAX Prance mat ador killed a bull in the tradi tional manner Wednesday afte CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP planners and manin space officials vere encouraged jThursday byresults of a success ful test flight by a Titan 2 missile The 103foot rocket covered the course in flawless fashion Wednes day in a flight that had special significance for Project Gemini the United Statesnext manned spaceflight program Astronaut Virgil I Grissom who may one day be a Gemini pilot was among those who monitored the lest Manned Spacecraft Center offi the animal escaped from ring the the second stage on some shots was developing only 90 per cent of desired thrust not enough to boost the approximately 7000 pound capsule into proper orbit Officials said the Titan 2 regis tered its lowest vibration level yet Wednesday and developed full sec ondstage thrust It hurled a war head to a target in the South Atlantic Ocean cials primarily Flight Operations Director Chris Kraft have ex pressed concern that problems in both stages of the rocket could affect Gemini seriously Kraft told newsmen last week that the firststage engine creates vibrations the length of the rocket which could prevent the two Gem ini astronauts from reading their instrument panels He reported SAME Oowa Safety It   

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