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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Gas slows mine rescue attempts FKOM 01 WME BEBVKEft MOAB workers pumped oxygen into an ex plosioncharred potash mine Thursday in hope the 15 men who were trapped Tuesday be hind a deadly barrier of carbon monoxide were still alive The operation was aimed at providing lifegiving oxygen for the 15 men if they were still alive and at making it possible for fescue crews to work 3000 feet underground Twentyfive men were original ly caught by the explosion tha jarred the earths surface Tues day afternoon in the remote badlands area of southeastern Utah Two men were rescued from he mine But eight other men were known to be dead The jody of one too mutilated for mraediate identification was rought to the surface early Thursday That left 15 men unaccounted for among the 25 who were in the mine when the explosion oc curred At least five were known to have been alive at midday Wednesday but rescuers could not reach them because of the deadly carbon monoxide causec by the explosion State Mine Inspector Steve Hatsis said the major effor of rescuers Thursday was to pump oxygen deep into the mine and drive the carbon mon wide out so rescue teams can o in This he said may take from 12 to 24 hours Hatsis said the mines regular ventilation system had been repaired as much as possible and rescuers were pumping the oxygen through it on he as sumption that it was reaching the critical areas where men were believed to be trapped We should have followed this program 24 hours ago Utah State Industrial Commissioner Casper A Nelson said Thurs day But two men came oui alive and we thought if the could come out we could go in Nelson blamed carbon monox de for the miners deaths We are not aban d o n i n g hope Nelson said We have been unsuccessful n attempts to reach the five men believed to be alive behind barricade We plan to go ack to our original plan of establishing a fresh air base at I the bottom of the shaft from i which we can work During me night Nelson said rescue crews succeeded in rej storing the compressed air line j leading to the five barricaded miners Were guessing it the air is going back to the five he said The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY Photofax AFTER THE ORDEAL Donald Blake Hanna one of 25 miners trapped for 27 hours after an explosion in mine at Moab Utah rests in hospital in Moab after his rescue Hanna one of surviving miners was brought to the surface in a bucket lift fromthe 2712footdeep mine 2 slashed to in NEW YORK A Two attractive young women were found slashed to death in their Manhattan apart ment Wednesday night The bodies were bound hand and ioot Threebloodstained kitchen knives werefound in the 250am6nth apartment on East 88th Street a fashionable GLOBEG HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST M IOc a Paper Consists of International Full Lease Wires Associated Press and United No 173 REASON TO SMILE Rescued miner Paul Mc Kinney reflects feelings with smile in hospital at Moab Utah after 27hour ordeal in 2712footdeep mine McKinney was among 25 men trapped follow ing an explosion Police said the be longedin theapartoient The apartment had been rah sackedv The bedroom where the bodies were found was almost Man wins battle with machine CHICAGO UPD Chi cago executive claimed vic tory Thursday over an elec tronic brain This computer figured out there were 34 ways to spell what sounds like Baer Ed Novotny assistant manager of the Northside Social Se curity office who has juris diction over the machine said the name could be spelled i Baer Baere Baire Baehr Bahar Baur Bear Behar Barr Betar Bayer B a e h r e a y o r Beare Beirr Beher Baare Baier Bairr Bahr Bahor orn apart a said in dicating the young women put up a fierce fight Killed were Janice Wylie 21 Mondeedito rial employe of Newsweek maga zine daughter of MaxWylie writ er radiotelevision producer and director and a niece of author Philip Wylie Emily Hoffert 23 brunette daughter of Dr Henry Hoffert Minneapolis surgeon She had left wrne less than a month ago to begin a teaching career next month at Valley Stream NY on Jong Island They shared the fourroom fur nished apartment with brunette Patricia Tolles 23 an editorial Committee OKs pact Negroes want action Capital march beginning employe of Time magazine and daughter of Winton Tolles dean of Hamilton College at Clinton NY A business associate of Miss Wylies father said she had told employes at Newsweek about threatening calls from a lunatic who used obscene language Miss Tolles said her roommates were getting dressed when she FUEHRER JStanding before the Washing ton Monument in Washington DC before the huge Civil Rights march started toward the Lincoln Memorial George Lincoln Rockwell selfstyled fuehrer of the American Nan Party promised not to try to stir up any trouble Bair Bare Bayeur B Baear Bauer Beaher and Beyer Then Novotny 9 o t a Debris found at site of feared mishap MIAMI was picked up Thursday in a mas dead Miss Hoffert wore a sive search for 11 men aboard cHrtAe onil left at 9 am Wednesday Wylie wa for call from the general manager of the railroad transfer serv ice of C h i told him the ma chine cant count straight h make it 37 ways skirt blouse shoes and stockings Miss Tolles found the apartment in disorder when she returned home about pm She tele phoned Miss Wylies father who lives nearby Wylie rushedto the apartment and found the bodies Chief Medical Examiner Milton Halpern said that so far as he could autop victim had been sex ually molested Strips of bedsheets had been used to bind the two young wom Clinton riot caused by smuggled beer CLINTON case of I try to the apartment which is on There was no sign of forced en the riot at the Clinton County jail last Monday night was still brew ing Thursday with a former pris oner under arrest on charges of conspiracy Sheriff Marvin Bruhrn said the disturbance at the jail broke out after inmates came into posses sion of at least four sixpacks of beer Held on the conspiracy charge was Robert Matoney of Clinton The sheriff said Maloney was re leased from jail Monday but re turned later in the day and teft the beer in a place where prison ers could smuggle it into the cells North Iowa Weather outlook Clear eee4er Thwrv in mid Partly cloudy eentwwed Friday highs in mid TVs CWeather 2 the third floor of a ninestory building Miss Tolles said nothing of value seemed to Have been stolen WASHINGTON his tone civilrights march on Wash ve and orderlya nd moving 7 has dramatized the wants of Negroes in America but leaders still faced the task Thurs day of trying to turn drama into action Speaker after speaker told the 200000 Negro and white sym pathizers massed in front of the Lincoln Memorial Wednesday that their demonstration was no more than a beginning Those who hope that the Negro needed to blow off steam and will now be content said the Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr will have a rude awakening if the na tion returns to business as usual The estimate of the size of the audience came from Police Chief Robert V Murray He de scribed it as the largest crowd of participants in any Washing ton event in his memory and possibly the greatest number taking active part in an event in the capitals history Demonstrators and their leaders made it clear that one sign of progress in their view would be congressional approval of Presi dent Kennedys civil rights bill Biit there was no evidence that the demonstration would move the Congress into any faster consid eration of the bill Kennedy like the civil rights leaders also talked in terms of a beginning He met with King and the other civil rights leaders after the demonstration and said We have a long way yet to travel But the President also said the cause of 20 million Negroes has been advanced by the pro gram so appropriately before the nations shrine to the Great Emancipator Kennedy in his statement spoke of the demonstrations qui et dignity and this was the ele ment of the day that probably most impressed the city of Wash ington Police had three minor arrests of a demonstrator Red Cross workers reported what they expected for a crowd so large A share of headaches fainiings broken bones and insect bites Demonstrators tired and quiet headed home in their special buses and trains By 9 pm Washington police reported the city normal and re lieved almost ail special police de tails from duty At the height ofthe ceremonies the crowds massed far east along the lengthy pool that reflects the Washington Monument and far north almost to the State Depart ment and far south near the park ways by the Potomac River After the demonstration A Philip Randolph 74 Negro direc tor of the march and president of the AFLCIO Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters said The march has already achieved its objective It has awakened and aroused the conscience of the nation There was some conflict not MARCH Please turn to page 2 wo jet stratotanker aircraft missing overthe Atlantic on a refuelingmission The search was concentrated n two areas between Miami and iermuda One area is about 560 miles northeast of Miami the other 780 miles northeast A Coast Guard spokesman at Miami said the merchant vessel S Azalea City was retrieving debris including red life jackets An HC34 Master aircraft engine an oil slick and debris at the other site early Thursday As it cir cled the area additional air and sea searchers including paramedics were directed to assist Rails name 2 for panel WASHINGTON management named Thursday its two members of the arbitration board that will rule on the main issues of the long work rules dis pute moving swiftly under the new law that headed off a nation wide rail strike They are JE Wolfe of Chicago chairman of the Notional Railway Labor Conference and chief nego tiator for the carriers and Guy W Knight of Philadelphia chair man of the Eastern Carriers Con ference on labor matters Inside The Globe BOVA VOLUNTEER may go down to hunt miner Page 2 LAW SUIT FILED after church camp Page 3 road rift Blade battle is on they say cuttingly Expect Senate passage Long casts only no vote WASHINGTON Sen ateForeign Relations Committee voted 16 to 1 Thursday to approve the limited nuclear test ban trea ty without any reservation It now goes to the Senate for what proponents predict will overwhelming ratification Sen Russell B Long DLa cast tire lone vote against the treaty The vote came after the mittee beat down two motions to delay action and another to de mand access to all correspond ence between Washington and Moscow leading up to and during the negotiation of the pact Chairman JW Fulbright D Ark said the committee agreed to take the treaty up oh the floor of the Seriate Monday Sept 9 A formal report will be submit ted to the Senate Tuesday or Wednesday embracing US un derstandings a n d interpreta tions of its meaning Fulbright said This would be designed to elim inate any need for any formal By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK AP Beatniks are out But every shaving man is a target in the battle of the Editorials 4 chins AH of the big US razor Comics 5 blade makers are now in the Mason City news 47 stainless steel fracas started more than a year ago by a British their older brothers made of carbon steel are now likely to be engaged in more of an economic battle The struggle will be keen est between the competitive American makes And the victory may go to performance or to re tail price or to cost of produc tion and distribution or to the Latest market7 Clear Lake news8 Sports news f10 Society news 1112 Transit timetable 14 some of its users as a status Classified pages 1415 symbol North Iowa news Ul The stainless steel blades and invader The long lasting blade has been relatively scarce and regarded by willingness of the American male to change his ways The giant provider of the older and familiar razor blade the Gil lette Company with about 70 per ent of the American market Rail strike sidetracked Trains roll WASHINGTON AP The trains were rolling Thursday but there were caution lights ahead What kept them rolling was strikeblocking legislation quickly enacted Wednesday by Congress and signed into law by President Kennedy What touches off the note of caution is the view in several quarters that the legislation only serves to delay a future outbreak of discord and a subsequent strike threat Racing against the had been set for am Central Standard Time and after four hours of debate the House at pm Wednesday approved a resolution passed by the Senate Tuesday night calling for binding arbitration of the two major issues in dispute The House vote was 286 to 66 Minutes later the threat of a nationwide rail strike was re moved The carriers announced they were taking down notices of new work rules and the heads of the five rail brotherhoods an nounced they were canceling their plans Then at pm Kennedy signed the measure For even as the bill roiled through weeks of indecision and numerous but fruit less governmentdirected negotiat ing were rumbles that it had stalled off a strike for possibly only six months Also there was union criticism that compulsory arbitration of the two issues was a regrettable and backward step The two issues to be arbitrated are firemens jobs considered unessential by the carriers and regulation of the number of men assigned to train crews The law creates a sevenmem ber arbitration board which would have a maximum of 180 days to rule on the two key issues Other issues viewed as lesser ones are to be taken up by the unions and the carriers The issues to be left to nego tiation include such things as wage structure and job security The arbitration board will in clude two members selected by rail management two by the rail unions and three public members to be named by the two sides reservation which might require a renegotiation of the pact ban ning tests in the atmosphere un derwater and in outer space but not underground Fulbright said the committee agreed to put into its formal report an official understanding that in the event of any armed aggression endangering a vital interest of the United States this nation will be the sole judge as to when and where it will use its nuclear weapons Such an understanding in the form of a formal reservation ays it will enter the stainless teel blade contest in New York nd Philadelphia next week and across the nation by October Vfcrchandising the new multiple shave item since February are Shick subsidiary of Eversharp and American Razor Division of Starting the whole thing on this side of the Atlantic was a British sword maker Blades made by Wilkinson Sword Ltd a hit in England were first imported in March 1962 and sold byAmeri can outlets for its better known products garden tools Advertised by word of mouth they caught on fast and were hard to find But American production metn CUTTINGLY Please turn to 2 was proposed by former Presi dent Dwight D Eisenhower when he endorsed ratification of the treaty The report Fulbright added also will set forth administra tion assurances of the safe guards demanded by the mili tary joint chiefs of staff when they testified in support of the treaty SAME   

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